Monday, March 01, 2004

Liberal tolerance

Despite the sanctimonious tone there is quite a lot at the heart of Barbara Sumner Burstyn: Injustice inevitable in a society blind to colour that I agree with.

But she makes a big error of judgment in her last paragraph:

"In the end, it is difficult to think of a reason why anyone would disagree, other than fear of empowered Maori or perhaps personal greed."

Disagreement amounts to racism or greed. That will certainly advance the deabte.


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