The debate over co-governance reared its head at a Kaipara District Council meeting today (Wednesday, July 26) with an activist charging that Julian Batchelor’s ‘Stop Co-Governance’ roadshow was instilling fear. Batchelor, taking part by video link, rejected the allegations.
“I am fearful that it is tours like this that are emboldening potentially the next terrorist, who may choose a marae rather than a mosque for his next target,” Pere Huriwai-Seger of the Aotearoa Liberation League told the meeting in Dargaville.
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