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    • Quentin Holt
    • 10.02.12 | 05:11 (IST)

    If he was talking about the racial extermination of Maori by integration then i suppose it would probably qualify as a holocaust. The result is the same, the method is different. To give an example a friend of mine is a quarter caste Maori who was married to a Pakeha ( Maori word for white person. He's brown, his kids are white. Basically every generation of Maori is whiter than the one before it. There's a good Australian film about this called Rabbit Proof Fence which is based on a true story about Australian aborigines in 1930s Australia.

    from the article: There are many reasons to strike Iran, the Holocaust isn't one
    First published 03:31 10.02.12 | Last updated 03:31 10.02.12
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