Friday, 5 February 2010

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FORESHORE AND SEABED ISSUE

This is a very considered analysis on what is happening with the Foreshore and Seabed issue. It should be required reading for all policy makers, tribal leaders lawmakers and politicians - indeed anyone who is seeking clarity on this issue which has the potential to define race relations in NZ.

If you have difficulty reading the document you will find it here

EQ Summer 2010

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Low and behold that name again.

Mark Solomon.

Ngai Tahu's legend destroyer of our tribe.

What more is there to say.

alex Masterley said...

An interesting read.
I was and remain in favour of the judicial approach to resolving S&F issues.
I had no problems with the original decision, because and as the paper you have produced says, the case was about jurisdiction to entertain a case, rather than an entitlement to an interest.

Anonymous said...

What racist bullshit.

The beaches are there for all citizens.

National are going to get scorched by sucking up to the racists.