why are Polynesian/Maori women disgus...

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#86 Feb 2, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Actually that LAND you're talking about that Whites "salivate" over mostly belong to overseas investors that build hotels, beach fronts etc and doesnt even belong to the natives anymore.
80% of Fijian Land is Native Land with only a measley 20% sitting under the Freehold Category. In Samoa, it's 90% Native and 10% Freehold. Furthermore, the majority of International Hotel/Resort operations both in Samoa and Fiji LEASE the Lands on which they are established.

Foreigners only have 10 - 20% of Samoan/Fijian Land to play with and even then, the majority would be leasing.

Try tapping into Tongan Land and you will be met with a Brick Wall as ALL Tongan Land is under the jusrisdiction of the Royal Family/Nobles i.e Tongans.

Since: Jan 11

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#87 Feb 2, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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I do. Its a fact most ppl can't tell the difference between Polynesian cultures.
It is a fact only if you are an Outsider angling in from a Birds eye view, hence the clustering of Asians, Europeans, South Americans etc into Groups rather than different "Tribes" within those Groups. Polynesians know the difference amongst themselves as would an Argentine find difference with a Cuban. The elements have been defined but it's up to Outsider themselves if they wish to recognise that or not.

Since: Jan 11

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#88 Feb 2, 2011
Soraia wrote:
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80% of Fijian Land is Native Land with only a measley 20% sitting under the Freehold Category. In Samoa, it's 90% Native and 10% Freehold. Furthermore, the majority of International Hotel/Resort operations both in Samoa and Fiji LEASE the Lands on which they are established.
Foreigners only have 10 - 20% of Samoan/Fijian Land to play with and even
then, the majority would be leasing.
Try tapping into Tongan Land and you will be
met with a Brick Wall as ALL Tongan Land
is under the jusrisdiction of the Royal
Family/Nobles i.e Tongans.
Fiji is not a Polynesian country. You're forgeting that that 20% of freehold land is mostly used for tourism which the whites "salivate" over hence coming back to my point...Polynesians have nothing.

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#89 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Fiji is not a Polynesian country. You're forgeting that that 20% of freehold land is mostly used for tourism which the whites "salivate" over hence coming back to my point...Polynesians have nothing.
It's 20% out of 100% and only half or even less of that 20% is allocated to Resort/Hotel development with the rest taken up by private residential and other Commercial interests. How you can see that Natives have no land upon viewing a factual 80% Ownership is beyond me.

90% of Samoan Land is "Customary" Land i.e owned by Samoan Natives who are also known categorically as Polynesians in the Universal Grouping of like Regional Peoples. Furthermore, ALL Tongan Land is owned by Tongans who also fall under the Polynesian category.

The fact is: You are mistaking Landless Fijian Indians with the Lord of their own Lands Polynesians. Polynesians are sitting on a Gold mine in the form of Lands and Whites know it. It's something they can only salivate over.

Since: Jan 11

Timaru, New Zealand

#90 Feb 3, 2011
Soraia wrote:
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It is a fact only if you are an Outsider angling in from a Birds eye view, hence the clustering of Asians, Europeans, South Americans etc into Groups rather than different "Tribes" within those Groups. Polynesians know the difference amongst themselves as would an Argentine find difference with a Cuban. The elements have been defined but it's up to Outsider
themselves if they wish to recognise that or
not.
Of course Polynesians know the difference among themselves. We know outsiders are mostly ignorant. What elements have been defined for an outsider?

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#91 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Of course Polynesians know the difference among themselves. We know outsiders are mostly ignorant. What elements have been defined for an outsider?
Acknowledging the fact that there exists different Polynesian Nations with their own Geneologies, History, Politics, Social Fabric and Culture proving one Polynesian Nation as distinct from the other. That would be a good start.
Soldier

Auckland, New Zealand

#92 Feb 3, 2011
43poundtornado wrote:
As far as Polynesian women are concerned. I really could not care less about how they are perceived on a physical level, but I can say that the best looking of the Polynesian women tend to be Cook Islanders.
Yep ur not wrong any cook island women I was in Rarotonga an aitutaki and best looking women around the pacific islands
SUPASONIC

Auckland, New Zealand

#94 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Im talking about your family.
haha why my family ?
Anonymous

Wellington, New Zealand

#95 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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That's only practiced in 3rd world India as you would expect. In 2nd world NZ (as someone corrected me) Polynesian and Maori women are still beaten up by their partners and in many cases as we heard recently their partners also kill, torture and rape their OWN children. You tell me what's worse. Arranged marriages got nothing on this.
What about drenching your wife in accelerants and setting her a light? I'm sure you would have heard about that case in NZ. I've read many books about betrothal and the consequences Indian women face if they contest their partner ie Splashing battery acid in their face. My point with the whole bethrothal issue is that, Indian women are by fair inferior to Maori and Polynesian when it comes to independence and being valued.
Anonymous

Wellington, New Zealand

#96 Feb 3, 2011
Soraia wrote:
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80% of Fijian Land is Native Land with only a measley 20% sitting under the Freehold Category. In Samoa, it's 90% Native and 10% Freehold. Furthermore, the majority of International Hotel/Resort operations both in Samoa and Fiji LEASE the Lands on which they are established.
Foreigners only have 10 - 20% of Samoan/Fijian Land to play with and even then, the majority would be leasing.
Try tapping into Tongan Land and you will be met with a Brick Wall as ALL Tongan Land is under the jusrisdiction of the Royal Family/Nobles i.e Tongans.
Soraia,
Can you please just choose a side and stick with it instead of being all sanctimonious and pretentious correcting everyone with percentages and facts you've probably foud on wikipedia!
Anonymous

Wellington, New Zealand

#97 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Please stay on topic. This forum is NOT about me.
I agree with Bonnie and Clyde! You are so audacious coming to another country and judging it's race and culture. Although this isn't pertinent to the poll, perhaps you should just go home and be contented with Indian women and their customs:)

Since: Jan 11

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#98 Feb 3, 2011
Nicholson_01 wrote:
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Soraia,
Can you please just choose a side and stick with it instead of being all sanctimonious and pretentious correcting everyone with percentages and facts you've probably foud on wikipedia!
Real_Talk made statements that I wished to address and clarify. The whole idea of proceeding with erroneous statements is warped and only done so if ignorance is one's forte.

South Pacific Land Ownership statistics is common knowledge, hence there was no need for me to tap into Wikipedia for such.

Since: Jan 11

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#99 Feb 3, 2011
Nicholson_01 wrote:
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What about drenching your wife in accelerants and setting her a light? I'm sure you would have heard about that case in NZ. I've read many books about betrothal and the consequences Indian women face if they contest their partner ie Splashing battery acid in their face. My point with the whole bethrothal issue is that, Indian women are by fair inferior to Maori and Polynesian when it
comes to independence and being valued.
That's only ONE incident. As I said, we're only talking about Indians and Polynesians living in NZ. If you look at the domestic violence statistics for NZ, Maori and Polynesians women are there at the top being abused everyday by their partners. Is that what you call "being valued".

Since: Jan 11

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#100 Feb 3, 2011
Nicholson_01 wrote:
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Soraia,
Can you please just choose a side and stick with it instead of being all sanctimonious and pretentious correcting everyone with percentages and facts you've probably foud on wikipedia!
Exactly what I was thinking. Thank you.

Since: Jan 11

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#101 Feb 3, 2011
Nicholson_01 wrote:
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I agree with Bonnie and Clyde! You are so audacious coming to another country and judging it's race and culture. Although this isn't pertinent to the poll, perhaps you should just go home and be contented with Indian women and their customs:)
Judging other cultures and races is in our blood no matter where we are or who we are. If you didn't know well now you know. It is only normal to an immigrant or a tourist to judge the race and culture of the country they are visiting/settling as it is normal for the citizens to judge the immigrants and the tourists.

Since: Jan 11

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#102 Feb 3, 2011
Soraia wrote:
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Real_Talk made statements that I wished to address and clarify. The whole idea of proceeding with erroneous statements is warped and only done so if ignorance is one's forte.
South Pacific Land Ownership statistics is common knowledge, hence there was no need for me to tap into Wikipedia for such.
LOL You call South Pacific Land Ownership statistics common knowledge??

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#103 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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LOL You call South Pacific Land Ownership statistics common knowledge??
Oops = I should have said, "It is common knowledge amongst Native South Pacific Land Owners".
Nicholson_01

Wellington, New Zealand

#104 Feb 3, 2011
real_talk101 wrote:
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Exactly what I was thinking. Thank you.
Real_talk,
I'm sorry for judging your culture and race. I am fond of Indians really, and if you took the time to get to know a Polynesian women, I'm sure you'd be able to look past their asthetic faults and realise how lovely the are in actuality. Once again sorry.:)
Nicholson_01

Wellington, New Zealand

#105 Feb 3, 2011
Soraia wrote:
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Real_Talk made statements that I wished to address and clarify. The whole idea of proceeding with erroneous statements is warped and only done so if ignorance is one's forte.
South Pacific Land Ownership statistics is common knowledge, hence there was no need for me to tap into Wikipedia for such.
Did you get the information that England is not part of Europe from Wikipedia also? You must be informed that Wikipedia information is able to be edited by your average random henceforth shan't be trusted to provide credible information. I thought this was "common knowledge". I guess this was the reason for your "erroneous" comment regarding England and where it's situated geographically:)

Since: Jan 11

Christchurch, New Zealand

#106 Feb 4, 2011
Nicholson_01 wrote:
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Real_talk,
I'm sorry for judging your culture and race. I am fond of Indians really, and if you took the time to get to know a Polynesian women, I'm sure you'd be able to look past their asthetic faults and realise how lovely the are in actuality. Once again sorry.:)
No need for apologies.

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