Respect Those Who Fight For Their Beliefs

Jan. 21, 2022, 8:40 a.m.

Following the arrest of Bishop and leader of Destiny Church Brian Tāmaki on Monday, Hone Harawira posted a statement to Facebook saying "I don't agree with the Bishop, but I do respect a man who'll go to jail for his beliefs". Hone then joins us to elaborate and explain what he means exactly in regards to the statement and shares his thoughts on Bishop Tamaki's position. Bishop Brian Tāmaki was recently contained again by the police for breaching his bail conditions with other supporters protesting outside Mt Eden Prison. Hone also draws focus to the fact that the freedom that is being promoted does not align with Māori values, which is a freedom for the collective as opposed to a colonised individualistic world view.


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