Alf has already recorded his huge admiration for the way our indigenous people can sniff out a trough and get their snouts into the swill.
Another of their admirable traits is their gall.
Alf has known some Pakeha oinkers who would be embarrassed if they thought he knew of the extent of their troughing.
Our indigenous oinkers feel no shame.
To the contrary, they regard it as their right under the Treaty to have we Pakeha fill their growing array of troughs.
And if we don’t fill the troughs deeply enough or quickly enough, they will holler about the bloody injustice of it.