Maoriland Worker, Volume 12, Issue 237, 20 July 1921, Page 8
j DISARMAMENT AND HTPOCKISt j Disarmament! What a farce! ] Can the man that fights tor blood ; yield up the tool with which he i fights, and still continue in the light? j What folly! ] Who has heard jl single word from i all the doughty champions, that says that Cain should not take the fruit that Abel gathers? Abel! Is he Abel? Then will he not resist? And niust the means with which to light not always.be at hand, while fruit is taken without right? Let him turn his face about and learn to serve his brother. We will find no way to cure our ills with' our fangs into our brother's I jugular.—Job Harrimau.