Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 13, Putanga 23, 6 Pipiri 1923, Page 5
r l!'iiHii3-iJ L.R.H. K.0.K.i ,, .
On IM.ay 26th, the S-ecretary addressed a. meeting o£ the Laboui" Representation Cofiimittee, and a vote of confidence in tne party, urging all Labour people to get behind the National Offic-B movement was carried unanimously.
What do I think of the present political situation? Everyone whom I met admitted that the whole productive and distributive system Is wrong; that the labour Party is the only body that has a programme that will remedy the situation, and the only objection- I heard was that they were afraid of the Labour Party. Treasury Benches 311 ncli A'oarcr. Before my trip I thought ten years would be necessary to educate the people of New Zealand up to the aims of the Imbour movement, but it the men and women who understand what we are after; it the Labour members of Parliament will go out into the country constituencies, and if the workers will do their part—then I have no doubt that the party in Farliamout will receive such an influx after the next general election that the Treasury Benches will bo much nearer than I anticipated.
Capitalism is decaying; it cannot, deliver l.ho goods. The task of the moment in to prove that we can.