I think you meant to say "Land of the Long White Cloud". But seriously now, if a hypothetical Parihaka existed, what would be the point in destroying a socially cohesive and economically viable village?Don't even think about another Parihaka, we will burn it to the ground.
New zealand is the land of the white man.
Remember, you constantly gripe about settlements, "hand-outs", crime and so on, and yet, Parihaka as it existed was a shining example of self sufficiency and social progress given the context of the period. It had its own bank, vegetable gardens, wheat, sewerage, advanced water supply and even electric lighting before this became available in Wellington city.
So what would be the point?