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The Racist, Nick Tipping

Peter Zohrab 2020

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(Open Letter to the Minister of Broadcasting)


Dear Mr. Faafoi,


I am writing to complain about the Radio New Zealand Concert programme announcer, Nick Tipping. On the 18th of May 2020, I happened to mention in a text to his workplace that I had been spat at by two Maoris on the same day. He replied at 12:45 as follows:

"My name is Nick Tipping, and I don't stand for that kind of racist comment."

It was bad enough being spat at by the two Maori men (and the full story is even worse than that) but I am writing to complain that Mr. Tipping is a racist, thinks that Maori men are quite right to spit at other men and uses his position at Radio New Zealand to abuse members of the public.

You may say that I should complain to the Broadcasting Standards Authority, but the BSA is a racist organisation. On any matter involving Maoris it simply asks the Maoris what they think and adopts that as its decision on the matter. I have found that to be the case in the past with regard to the pronunciation in Maori of words of English origin. As you know, Broadcasters -- when speaking English -- pronounce words of Maori origin as if they were Maori words, but -- when speaking Maori -- pronounce words of English origin as if they were Maori words. The BSA rejected my complaint about this racist double standard.

Could you please state whether you think it is acceptable for Tipping to behave in this manner?

I would also like to complain that I asked the broadcaster, Shona Journasse (if that is how she spells her name), today by text what the origin of her name was, but she did not reply. I consider that to be rude and discriminatory on her part. I have been unable to find any mention of her on the Radio New Zealand website and I am interested in ethnic origins because I speak several languages and have lived in many countries.


Yours sincerely,


Peter Zohrab



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24 March 2021