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Ki te kore tātou e puta i te taumata tuawhā, kātahi tātou ka aha?

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Me puta tātou i te taumata tuawhā ka tika, hēoi anō, me mau tonu tātou ki ngā ture nui o te wā, e whakakore ai te mate karauna ki waenganui i a tātou.

Hei te whā karaka rā anō i te rānei, puta mai ai te whakatau a te Kāwanatanga, mēna heke ai tātou i te taumata tuawhā, ki te taumata tuatoru.

E ai ki a Tākuta Rāwiri Jansen, he nui ngā pātai hei whakautu mā te Kāwanatanga, i mua i tō tātou putanga mai i te taumata tuawhā, hēoi anō, me hāngai pū tātou ki te nui o ngā mahi i oti i a tātou i ngā wiki e whā kua mahue ki muri.

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