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Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#22 Feb 25, 2010
Hi Masina and mars. Ua o'o atu le lupe lea na tuli atu?...lol

BTW what happened to the boys that were involved in this tragedy?.

“TIGRESS,SCORPION ,PHOENIX”

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#23 Feb 25, 2010
mars wrote:
<quoted text> cheers moon...lol sis ua ova le ka tinko I koga, ia ua make I o'u kala ga sasa ai.....alofa atu sis
hehehe....se kudos and cheerios to you too... sis Mars LOL! Ae fa'afefea ea... o lega vaega, e le gata i le pulou so'o o latou fala masaesae, ma fepulafi mai o mata...tilotilo mai mata o au alelo(vaeane oe le uso)ae ua toe fia malo fa'ataepua'a mai...hehehe lol....aue eh se malie 'a tetele! Ia o le fofo lelei lava i ma'i 'aitu o si vaega lena o le sasa lava o mata, gutu ma lalo i le lapalapa....ROTFL!
alofa to you as well sistah!

“TIGRESS,SCORPION ,PHOENIX”

Since: Nov 08

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#24 Feb 25, 2010
Proud wrote:
Masina ma mars o lena ua tuli atu le (lupe) ma o'u alofaaga...lol.
E le iloa pe fa'atoa taunu'u atu tonight or tomorrow. Toe fekoai :).
Oka se Proud....ua uma upu...lol. Fa'afetai i le alofa.. mo nai ou uso ulavavale....hehehehe. Anei e sau le Lupesina ae ua ou alu i le isi itu o le topix e fetaui ai ma Mars e fa'aevaeva o ma la'au...anavaotaua...hehehe i luga o ulu o ma "fans" hehehe!

O le a fa'atali atu i le Lupe se'ia tau mai...ma tu i lona tula.lol
Much aloha to you sis!

Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#25 Feb 27, 2010
Masina wrote:
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Oka se Proud....ua uma upu...lol. Fa'afetai i le alofa.. mo nai ou uso ulavavale....hehehehe. Anei e sau le Lupesina ae ua ou alu i le isi itu o le topix e fetaui ai ma Mars e fa'aevaeva o ma la'au...anavaotaua...hehehe i luga o ulu o ma "fans" hehehe!
O le a fa'atali atu i le Lupe se'ia tau mai...ma tu i lona tula.lol
Much aloha to you sis!
Moon and mars are you guys ok?. I heard that Hawaii was on high alert for a tsunami. Take care and give us a yell if you're ok.

NZ issued a warning throughout all the coastal areas but I think its been downgraded, not too sure about our island nations. Fingers and toes crossed that they haven't been affected. They've been through enough already.

Since: Dec 09

New Zealand

#26 Mar 3, 2010
Wed, 24 Feb 2010 8:38p.m.

An Australian government program imposing radical restrictions on Aborigines in a crackdown on child abuse is inherently racist, breaches international human rights obligations and must be changed immediately, a UN official said.

In an advance copy of a report to be released next week, the United Nations special rapporteur on indigenous human rights, James Anaya, expressed serious concerns over the controversial initiative known as "the intervention".

The program forced a series of tough rules on Aborigines in the Northern Territory - including bans on alcohol and hardcore pornography - in response to an investigation that found rampant child sex abuse in remote indigenous communities.

"The measures specifically target indigenous people and impair certain rights and freedoms," Anaya, a University of Arizona human rights law professor, told The Associated Press. "It does impair self-determination of Aboriginal communities, their ability to make certain choices about how their communities are run."

In August, Anaya travelled to several Aboriginal communities to hear residents' concerns. His conclusions and recommendations released Wednesday are part of a larger report Anaya wrote on Aboriginal issues that will be released next week.

Aborigines make up about 2 percent of Australia's population of 22 million and are the country's poorest, unhealthiest and most disadvantaged minority. Governments have spent billions of dollars on community programs, housing and education reforms over the past few decades, but living conditions for the nation's original inhabitants remain abysmal.

In 2007, a government-commissioned inquiry concluded that child sexual abuse in remote Aboriginal communities had grown to catastrophic levels, though it didn't provide actual numbers. The government quickly suspended its own anti-discrimination law - the Racial Discrimination Act - so it could ban alcohol and hard-core pornography in Aboriginal communities and restrict how Aborigines spend their welfare checks. The restrictions do not apply to Australians of other races.

The measures are "incompatible" with Australia's international human rights obligations, including the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, Anaya said.

Further, he said, there is no proof any of the measures have actually improved the lives of Aborigines.

"Have the alcohol restrictions actually reduced consumption? There's no evidence for it," he said.

Anaya will present his report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in September. Australia would be given the opportunity to formally respond then.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin's spokeswoman Jessica Walker said in a statement that the government plans to roll out new rules for income management in July that will not discriminate based on race. She also said the government has introduced legislation that would reinstate the Racial Discrimination Act.

"This Government's priority is taking action to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians and protecting vulnerable people including women and children," she said.

In August, Macklin defended the intervention after Anaya criticized the program in an address to reporters.

"The most important human right that I feel as a minister I have to confront is the need to protect the rights of the most vulnerable, particularly children, and for them to have a safe and happy life," Macklin said at the time. "These are the rights that I think need to be balanced against other human rights."

Anaya believes there's a way to do both - by giving Aborigines a say in how they can best be helped.

AP
For Realz

Sydney, Australia

#27 Mar 3, 2010
Australian and Proud wrote:
Humble and Kind my arse ! you people need to learn respect first and foremost for all cultures, you allow your youth to roam the streets and assault innocent people for no reason. you breed like rabbits and use standover tactics to get whatever you want in a country that you should be gratefull for allowing you to come here in the first place and that you should be willing to contribute your best qualities to and stop behaving like animals otherwise go back to samoa if you don't like to get along with other people.
We do get along with other cultures Australian and full so full of it! Another clown with no idea. Believe it or not most of us make a contribution to this country. Not that we have to justify ourselves to a backward, racist pig like you.

The only animal in this forum is you! You don't have the power to do jack shit with other cultures coming into the country so do us a favour, go and pee off to the nearest cess pit of Hell! Breed like animals? You've got to be kidding, where 's your stats, proof? You've got nothing except crap to go on.

“TIGRESS,SCORPION ,PHOENIX”

Since: Nov 08

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#28 Mar 3, 2010
Proud wrote:
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Moon and mars are you guys ok?. I heard that Hawaii was on high alert for a tsunami. Take care and give us a yell if you're ok.
NZ issued a warning throughout all the coastal areas but I think its been downgraded, not too sure about our island nations. Fingers and toes crossed that they haven't been affected. They've been through enough already.
Sorry for the late reply Sis. Anyway, all is well on this side of the globe. On that day, heard the warning sirens early about 6am or so.....estimated that about 11 am or so to expect 1st wave. Where I live is quite elevated, so there really wasnt much worry on my part. However, after all that, it is still unbelievable how some people still complain...that they went out of their way and nothing happened. As if they really want something to happen. But those at National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration did their part well...in giving a Pacific warning....extending also to Guam and American Samoa. It is better to be prepared and safe rather than...being sorry....for those who would be quite unprepared. Fa'afetai e leai se mea na tupu.
Okay talk again later sis.
FakeG

Melbourne, Australia

#29 Mar 3, 2010
Masina wrote:
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Sorry for the late reply Sis. Anyway, all is well on this side of the globe. On that day, heard the warning sirens early about 6am or so.....estimated that about 11 am or so to expect 1st wave. Where I live is quite elevated, so there really wasnt much worry on my part. However, after all that, it is still unbelievable how some people still complain...that they went out of their way and nothing happened. As if they really want something to happen. But those at National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration did their part well...in giving a Pacific warning....extending also to Guam and American Samoa. It is better to be prepared and safe rather than...being sorry....for those who would be quite unprepared. Fa'afetai e leai se mea na tupu.
Okay talk again later sis.
You said where you live is quite elevated, just a stab in the dark here... K-Park?
mars

Honolulu, HI

#30 Mar 4, 2010
Masina wrote:
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hehehe....se kudos and cheerios to you too... sis Mars LOL! Ae fa'afefea ea... o lega vaega, e le gata i le pulou so'o o latou fala masaesae, ma fepulafi mai o mata...tilotilo mai mata o au alelo(vaeane oe le uso)ae ua toe fia malo fa'ataepua'a mai...hehehe lol....aue eh se malie 'a tetele! Ia o le fofo lelei lava i ma'i 'aitu o si vaega lena o le sasa lava o mata, gutu ma lalo i le lapalapa....ROTFL!
alofa to you as well sistah!
lol...ua leiloa po'o a kala e koe fai iai...sis u need to check the " david tua" topic on tonga forum..."what the" will crack u up..lol..foreal =) have a blessed evening koe catch up fo'i
mars

Honolulu, HI

#31 Mar 4, 2010
Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
Moon and mars are you guys ok?. I heard that Hawaii was on high alert for a tsunami. Take care and give us a yell if you're ok.
NZ issued a warning throughout all the coastal areas but I think its been downgraded, not too sure about our island nations. Fingers and toes crossed that they haven't been affected. They've been through enough already.
thank you sis, hawaii & samoa are safe thanks to our father above, I believe sis moon & I are well stock'd with food and water....lol it was scary at first but then again it is always better to be prepared I am thankful though the tsunami didn't hit...& still I show'd up for work...but thank u for checkin up on us here in the 808, alofa atu sis
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#32 Mar 4, 2010
mars wrote:
<quoted text> thank you sis, hawaii & samoa are safe thanks to our father above, I believe sis moon & I are well stock'd with food and water....lol it was scary at first but then again it is always better to be prepared I am thankful though the tsunami didn't hit...& still I show'd up for work...but thank u for checkin up on us here in the 808, alofa atu sis
(\__/)
(='.'=)
(")_(")...I'm glad you guys are ok. Ua ou ata i le lelei o le lua sauniuni ma le well prepared i fa'alavelave tutupu fa'afuase'i. Ae tafefe i lenei itu e misi atoa...lol. Fa'ato'a manatua lava le ali'i i taimi o puapuaga. Toe talanoa fo'i. Take care, manuia le fa'aiuga o lenei vaiaso.
Proud

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#33 Mar 4, 2010
Masina wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry for the late reply Sis. Anyway, all is well on this side of the globe. On that day, heard the warning sirens early about 6am or so.....estimated that about 11 am or so to expect 1st wave. Where I live is quite elevated, so there really wasnt much worry on my part. However, after all that, it is still unbelievable how some people still complain...that they went out of their way and nothing happened. As if they really want something to happen. But those at National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration did their part well...in giving a Pacific warning....extending also to Guam and American Samoa. It is better to be prepared and safe rather than...being sorry....for those who would be quite unprepared. Fa'afetai e leai se mea na tupu.
Okay talk again later sis.
Sorry I didn't see this. Missed it completely...lol. Maybe because I'm a bit under the weather. Anyway I replied to mars hope that's ok. Manuia le weekend. Alofa atu :)

“TIGRESS,SCORPION ,PHOENIX”

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#34 Mar 4, 2010
FakeG wrote:
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You said where you live is quite elevated, just a stab in the dark here... K-Park?
Hmmmmmm...come to think of it, you must be referring to Kapiolani Park. No dearie...I dont live in a Park. Not into the indigent lifestyle dearie.
Uhhh...please use a halogen flashlight when attempting to "stab in the dark,"...you may be stabbing in the wrong direction. lol Do you live at a park, FakeG??? lol

“TIGRESS,SCORPION ,PHOENIX”

Since: Nov 08

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#35 Mar 4, 2010
Proud wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry I didn't see this. Missed it completely...lol. Maybe because I'm a bit under the weather. Anyway I replied to mars hope that's ok. Manuia le weekend. Alofa atu :)
No worries sis, it's all good!
deren

El Cajon, CA

#36 Jul 14, 2011
NO!! the only reason people would say racist remarks is because theyre scared. Simple. They get scared, they unite together, get defensive and they express it through racial slurs. If we want them to be safe to prevent this potential race riot we(Samoan people in Australia), assure Australian aborigines that Samoan gangs will be dealt with. Simple and effective. We assure them that they are safe now and in the future.
Afamasaga

Australia

#37 Jul 14, 2011
All this yip yap,Leave those samoans alone.
Its not gang related so foward your remarks to another thread.
kev

Beenleigh, Australia

#39 Jan 17, 2013
This thread is hilarious . Up in north Queensland aboriginals get around like packs of dogs bashing the week nd elderly sneaking up on drunks early hours of the morning nd cowardly gang bashing them .weak as piss . We need more islanders up here so they can teach these grubs some respect.to bubz u r the biggest hippacrit I have ever heard.show some respect nd u may get some

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