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New Zealand: Race-based Healthcare is Here

Published: January 7, 2022

It seems that the New Zealand healthcare system has fully adopted the ideology of Wokeism and now wants to implement a system of healthcare based on race. What will it take to make ordinary Kiwis say enough?

Within half an hour of publishing on the subject of the increasing separatism that is engulfing New Zealand, a friend sent me a link to a government document; Ethics and Equity: Resource Allocation and COVID-19 – An Ethics Framework to Support Decision-Makers. Included in my previous discussion was concern about the separatism inherent in the Maori Health Authority. For this report, beyond the clue of using the term “equity” in the title, it rapidly became apparent that what I was looking at was a justification for differential treatment in the healthcare system based on race. For example, this appears on page 6 and is pure Wokeism:

Equity recognises that different people with different levels of advantage require different approaches and resources to achieve equitable health outcomes – a one size fits all approach’ approach to the pandemic would therefore exacerbate existing inequities (Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā 2020).

As you would expect, the document gives one thousand and one reasons why healthcare resources should not be allocated based on need alone but should include racial preferences. However, what it never does when arguing for prioritising race over need is spell out where the argument leads, which is that the medical system will put non-Maori Kiwis into second place. However, in the later recommendations, this is made near-as-damn-it explicit, as in the following examples:

  • PPE Allocation: “Equity and active protection may require the additional provision of PPE to Māori health providers and groups in which Māori and Pacific peoples are more highly represented; for example, care home workers. This ensures the patient, whānau and broader community are actively protected and the impacts of COVID-19 are minimised and mitigated. Using ethnicity data to target frontline workforces with high populations of Māori and Pacific peoples will ensure these populations are appropriately identified. It will also provide information about the impacts of PPE for whānau and communities (Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā 2020).” P.31
  • Vaccines: “Māori must receive additional resources to ensure they have access to vaccine; this may include different models of distribution/communication etc. For instance, solutions may include outreach vaccination programmes (or hub-and-spoke models of care) as a means of engaging with, and actively protecting, Māori traditionally underserved by health and disability services.” P.35

By the time I reached the section on ICU resources, I had a profound sense of dread. Fortunately, there was no proposal for racial discrimination in ICU allocation – as of the moment. However, given the long lead-up of pro-discrimination arguments before the recommendations, the more woke medical professionals might possibly make their own choices. Of course, that can only be speculation, but one thing is sure; at every point, the recommendations are that Maori representation is included in all important decisions (see quote below), including the allocation of resources for ICU. I would expect that the vast majority of Maori representation will act decently, as the kind of discrimination encouraged in the report is whackjob Wokeism ideology. However, there still is a concern that some Wokeism followers will actually get into the system and will even discriminate if ICU capacity is short. This potential problem should not even be a possibility.

“Services must partner with Māori in the design, delivery and monitoring of ICU services and resource allocation. At a DHB level, this could be enacted through existing Māori/iwi partnership arrangements, supplemented with relevant Māori subject matter expertise where required.” P.39

The justification for all of this discrimination never really addresses what the recommendations really mean. At its most basic, it means that the health system in New Zealand will be a system that practices racial discrimination against all non-Maori; that is, racial discrimination against people of European, Asian, Middle-Eastern, etc. descent. In blunt terms, this means that we will have a health system that believes that the lives of different racial groups have differential value. It cannot mean anything else when the healthcare system allocates resources on a racial rather than individual need basis. It is racism, pure and simple.

This race-based system is on its way. The new Maori Health Authority is just one part. I do not believe most Maori Kiwis want this, and I am sure that most other Kiwis do not want this. So, why are we letting this happen?

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