Sunday, August 22, 2010

"It's a state responsibility"

"face up" to child abuse by identifying mothers who let "mongrel men" into their homes, and to stump up with their own funding so abused children could be placed in iwi instead of state care

The iwi gets the long overdue mono-syallabic message from Ms Bennett to sort out the 2227 Maori kids in state care, but Ms Mutu still wants the handouts.
the suggestion iwi provide funding and resources was ridiculous. "We can't. We don't have them. It's a state responsibility. We know how bad it is, we know the helplessness and hopelessness of it, and that we are the only ones who can save ourselves. But we also need resources and the support of the state to do that."

You have to be bloody joking. Once again the sense of entitlement looms large as none take responsibility for their children. Give them a deadline, then cut the handouts.

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