maori look down on samoan in nz lol

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ping pong

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#1 Sep 3, 2013
Its true oh lord the amount rasicm they get samoa mo samoa.
My maori cuz told me they call samoan coconut and overstayer they also let samoan do all the dirty work and they even make fun of samoan for being fat and alot of fights happen I guess samoan are the new slaves of maori. Hehe.
Sasa

Australia

#2 Sep 4, 2013
ping pong wrote:
Its true oh lord the amount rasicm they get samoa mo samoa.
My maori cuz told me they call samoan coconut and overstayer they also let samoan do all the dirty work and they even make fun of samoan for being fat and alot of fights happen I guess samoan are the new slaves of maori. Hehe.
.....we all coconuts in their eyes stupid fiti ufa .....u just suck up their nuts the same way u do the toga's , did your daddy ever tell u to stand on your own two feet ?
TongameansOBESE

San Carlos, CA

#3 Sep 6, 2013
ping pong wrote:
Its true oh lord the amount rasicm they get samoa mo samoa.
My maori cuz told me they call samoan coconut and overstayer they also let samoan do all the dirty work and they even make fun of samoan for being fat and alot of fights happen I guess samoan are the new slaves of maori. Hehe.
Maoris as ugly as they are,must think Fijians are just about the ugliest ppl on this earth!
684renegade

Columbus, GA

#4 Sep 7, 2013
Sasa wrote:
<quoted text>.....we all coconuts in their eyes stupid fiti ufa .....u just suck up their nuts the same way u do the toga's , did your daddy ever tell u to stand on your own two feet ?
It wouldn't be surprising if pingpong stands of his head most of the time. He was prolly dropped on his head as a child, anyway.
684renegade

Columbus, GA

#5 Sep 8, 2013
ping pong wrote:
Its true oh lord the amount rasicm they get samoa mo samoa.
My maori cuz told me they call samoan coconut and overstayer they also let samoan do all the dirty work and they even make fun of samoan for being fat and alot of fights happen I guess samoan are the new slaves of maori. Hehe.
Yeah,...we know from your comment history,...you're looking up somebody's shorts all the time, dingdong,...no surprises there.
Sasa

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Sep 9, 2013
684renegade wrote:
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It wouldn't be surprising if pingpong stands of his head most of the time. He was prolly dropped on his head as a child, anyway.
.......lol, dropped on his head purposely and more than once, maybe hs mum should have went on top of his daddys 7/11 shop and threw him off wouldve made more of an impact and ka'e his ulu, but i garuntee u there be no brain splatter lol
Shiachah

Hamilton, New Zealand

#7 Sep 11, 2013
Absolutely not keen on the "he said she said"(hearsay) hidden agenda of pigeon holing a group of people by what few people of that group express, I call that bad judgement. It's like saying all Maoli are Ratana, haha I do not agree with the former or the latter, I do not adhere to any of these established religions or faiths, it's not like I will allow myself to be lead by some book with many versions. Anyway the Hebrew bloodline made it into Mehiko/Mexico, who's to say a branch of that bloodline didn't make it into Moananui A Kiwa(MAK) these are they that hunger and thirst for righteousness and justice. These people are easily identifiable by the words they speak, "the abundance of a man's heart so shall he speak" oh how the Hinengaro(mind) works. Notice how its in the feminine? Hinengaro? Flesh gives birth to flesh and spirit gives birth to spirit, Hebraic roots anyone? Yep this is definitely Hebrew poetry where two ideas are brought together to have a similar idea, not always tho.In almost all contexts concerning the Human race it is the females that give birth, such is the Spirit which is also in the feminine.Hebrew people always see the spirit in the feminine albeit an abstract view.. It's just like the Bread/Body and the Wine/Blood it's what he did and said,respectively .I'm more focused on the breaking of bread, lol it's a thing they did when ever there was bread to be eaten,(sliced bread?)lol besides that how would it feel to bang a nail in this particular Messiah? Would it not be the same if you fought against a person physically or mentally from another culture that didn't retaliate and was on the path where violence , crime and bickering was considered tapu? Peace all.
Shiachah

Hamilton, New Zealand

#8 Sep 11, 2013
P.S to the last post, funnily enough I found in the Hebrew language the word "Maor" which means "From Light" then Maori must mean "From My Light" lol just like the Moriori which would mean in the Hebrew language "From My Light, My Light"!!! But back to our neck of da hood,the word Maori always meant an ordinary man, eg: a man that sustains hisself and his people from the ocean and the land always trying to live around nature, again Peace
Shiachah

Hamilton, New Zealand

#9 Sep 11, 2013
We'll get there, you could call it RIP for short, as in Righteousness In Progress. Lol Shalamah

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