Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Ancient Maori never owned land, but only held what they could defend or grab in battle, and then ate the losers!... Yeah - crude weren't we! New Zealand Herald, 18 July 2003.

Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Ancient Maori never owned land, but only held what they could defend or grab in battle, and then ate the losers!... Yeah - crude weren't we! New Zealand Herald, 18 July 2003.
Date
2003
Ref
DX-002-308
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Shows a Pakeha man claiming that ancient Maori didn't respect property rights. Next to him, a Maori man reads a paper about the invasion of Iraq.

Extended Title - 20 lies used to seize Iraq.

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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Ancient Maori never owned land, but only held what they could defend or grab in battle, and then ate the losers!... Yeah - crude weren't we! New Zealand Herald, 18 July 2003.. Ref: DX-002-308. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22734386

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