I share here some more snippets gathered from around the web recently . . . The Maori word’s pronunciation, more from Jon Rappoport on the American experience and more. Enjoy!
Getting Maori right
I am a Kiwi with half caste Maori children. I stumbled upon a video recently with a lawyer Reiner Fuellmich (he clearly has a German background) who got his pronunciation of certain Maori words a little ‘wrong’ if you’re a purist, and ‘unique’ if you’re a little more forgiving.
In terms of acceptance, it is 100x more important to most Maori that you understand their culture, ‘give it a go’, and ‘get into it’, rather than ‘getting it right’ (which is a Western mindset) thus my advice is set in this context. It is designed to help you – NOT to pull you down.
The solving of a spiritual issue (one of pride) with a political or legal solution is not wise and will lead nowhere, fast. Putting the content of his legal work aside for the moment however, his engaging with Maori is to be warmly welcomed.
This is written to him:
While there are different indigenous groups who have different soundings and like any cultural thing it changes over time, I note your hard pronunciation of Maori words that I have never heard before. Basically you can gain a better local acceptance of your message by softening your Gs and running the word Ma-ori together.
“Mow[as in cow]-ree” (run together with a clear English R sound) is the common but crude ‘insensitive’ Pakeha [white man’s] older version. More sensitive types soften it and get the R sound a little more like the Maori cultural norms of old. The R is best pronounced as a 50/50 cross between an R and an L with a little bit of D included, if possible, which is admittedly a little hard to do for native English speakers but this will surely help you enormously in your presentation and acceptance of this beautiful sounding, flowing, oral language. The ‘OW’ is, as you have rightly been told is best more of an A, then an O, but there is no gap, as you do.
Tikanga (tee-car-ng [like ‘sing’]-ah) not tikaGa (like the Gar as in Gar-field) also shows this softening.
Your separation of Maori into Ma-ori is unique. I have not heard this before so is probably ‘wrong’. Some Maori don’t care and appreciate your attempts to speak it right no matter what. Getting this right however, is important to many Maori.
Note that pluralisation is NOT a Maori concept so that ‘Maoris” [as in plural], is not generally used except by those influenced by English norms, i.e. those trained in the last couple of generations. The word Maori is actually both singular AND plural.
There are exceptions to this general softening of our sound though. Haka is an example of this best pronounced harshly. ‘Ha-ka’ is a brutal sound without the gap only caused by a stopping of a short A, both A’s the same sound.
A Staggering Mind Control Program in Florida
And, RNA injected into mice at MIT
The staggering ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’ mind control program at the University of Florida; An entire bureaucracy; This is the future NOW; It has to be crushed
The University of Florida.
An entity in the State University System.
Endowment: $2.4 billion.
Annual budget: $6 billion.
Christopher F. Rufo exposes (see also here and here and here) the University of Florida Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) program and the details:
The HR department held a training to lecture employees about their “white privilege,” “white fragility,” and the “‘unearned advantages’ of whiteness.” As part of their “personal journey,” white employees were encouraged to confront their pathological whiteness.
They learned mantras from twelve-step programs for overcoming their whiteness, including Racists Anonymous: “I have come to admit that I am powerless over my addiction to racism”; “We admit our collective history is rooted in white supremacy.”
University of Florida has created a radical DEI bureaucracy that promotes racial preferences in faculty hiring, encourages white employees to engage with a 12-step program called Racists Anonymous, and maintains segregated scholarships that violate civil rights law.
Officially, the university has reported that it hosts 31 DEI initiatives at a cost of $5 million per year. But I have obtained internal documents via Sunshine Law requests revealing the stunning scope, scale, and radicalism of UF’s DEI bureaucracy, which is embedded everywhere.
In 2020, UF planned out a huge number of diversity initiatives, including mandatory diversity training, an entire year focused on “racism,” a presidential task force to explore the university’s racist past, and recommendations for banning “historic racist imagery.”
In 2021, the university moved to create a massive “DEI infrastructure” and deploy DEI cadres to each division, school, and college. The embedded cadres were tasked with administering loyalty surveys to test faculty and staff’s “commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
According to documents, UF has created 1,018 “DEI initiatives” and the ideology has penetrated nearly all of its divisions: 73 percent “have a DEI committee” and “DEI officer”; 70 percent “espoused commitment to DEI”; 53 percent “have a DEI strategic plan.”
The university encourages racial preferences in hiring, with favored practices including “specific formal training in [DEI],” advertising jobs through “DEI identity” groups, using an “equity specialist” for search committees, and engaging in race-based recruiting and benchmarks.
—end of Rufo statement—
He paints a picture of university infiltration on a massive scale.
It would be impossible to install such a program without key players in MANY key positions.
The rest of the university employees are scared sheep and willing foot soldiers.
—The 12-step program as overt mind control.
People surrender their will, power of choice, intelligence, and sign on as slaves waiting for orders from above.
As I’ve been writing for some time now, these programs have nothing to do with equality of opportunity or meritocracy. They’re about who holds the power.
The rulers and enforcers of the USSR and China would find the U of Florida structure quite familiar.
Tyrants form collectives. It hardly matters what the “subject matter” is. The whole point is subjugation.
At the U of Florida, no doubt there was a point, along the way, when supervisors, department heads, deans, executives, and boards thought: “Well, all this is somewhat troubling, but we can live with it. It’ll progress to a certain level and then stop. These people couldn’t be actually trying to take over the University.”
But these people were, and they did.
That’s always the way it is. People don’t rise up and squash the criminals. They wait. And then one day it’s too late.
The criminals rely on The Group. The force of The Group. Not the ideas. Not the philosophy. Not the logic. Not on anything sensible. The thoughts the criminals spout and the theories—those are just the cover. The root is group intimidation. The calculation is: “We have enough force to overwhelm the individual.”
The idiots and the cowards and the passive ones refuse to see this.
That tells you something about the awesome lack of integrity residing in these high-minded professors who teach at the university level.
They turn their eyes away as a mob grabs control.
Upgrade to paid
What is happening at the U of Florida gives you a picture of an end-game. It’s not enough for white people to admit some level of guilt they’re not even guilty of. It’s not enough to bow down like ridiculous asses and ask for forgiveness from a bunch of criminals. No. The program demands a confession that “white racism” is beyond the ability of white people to shed. It’s baked in. Therefore, surrender to a higher power. Guess who that power is.
Can you imagine what actually goes on in some of these perverted 12-step sessions?
People lining up to be flagellated and to flagellate themselves.
Who wins the top prize? I’ll tell you who. Not the “confessing sinners.” It’s the sadists running the show. They win.
At a University that prides itself on intellectual achievement.
That’s the cherry on this cake of mold.
Some readers will imagine the program at the University of Florida is an atypical one-off. That’s hardly the case.
Nearly every large US university is somewhere along the path to its own version of a DEI mind control horror show.
The criminal infiltrators are encountering little resistance. Many of their victims mistakenly believe they can earn a pass by merely paying lip service to Critical Race Theory. That isn’t how the game works.
And what happens to academic curricula? Philosophy, literature, history are transformed into what? Something grotesque devoted to the destruction of philosophy, literature, and history.
So-called liberals say they love Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity.
It’s virtuous, they say.
It’s balancing the scales, they say.
It’s justice, they say.
As they make themselves easy prey.
Lambs for the slaughter.