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New Zealand Haka Dance For Teacher

“The Haka is a traditional war cry, dance, or challenge from the Māori people of New Zealand.

It is a posture dance performed by a group, with vigorous movements and stamping of the feet with rhythmically shouted accompaniment.

War haka were originally performed by warriors before a battle, proclaiming their strength and prowess in order to intimidate the opposition, but haka are also performed for various reasons: for welcoming distinguished guests, or to acknowledge great achievements, occasions or funerals, and kapa haka performance groups are very common in schools.” (wiki)

In this video, you see the young men at a New Zealand high school paying tribute to their guidance counselor, who is retiring.

Together they are a powerful unit. That place is rocking and they literally make the ground shake.

There are 2 ways to view this video.

1. You are dismissive and see it as something stupid or “barbaric.”

2. It’s cool and maybe even inspiring.

But what else do you see?

I see the following played out in the video:

  • Respect
  • Pride
  • Masculinity
  • Preservation of Culture

I also found this video inspiring because I see what’s going on in high schools and colleges across America. Young men are culturally castrated because masculinity is shunned.

Every college has required programming for Freshman boys where they are basically threatened for 2 hours on what will happen if they decide to act like men around women.

Higher education institutions, such as Duke university, are also setting up safe spaces for men to contemplate their “toxic masculinity.”

Remember the tied up elephant. 

Culture is gradually changed until one day you look up and it’s gone.

This video shows that there is still hope.

Be proud of who you are because if you’re not then you have work to do.

If you are in search of your own powerful unit then the Strength By Sonny Group is the answer.

We are a powerful unit and we take care of our own.

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  1. Joelsuf
    January 8, 2017 at 5:34 pm — Reply

    Its funny, I had both opinions on the video. Its all about context. I mean if they were doing that kind of thing at Charles Manson’s funeral or something (he’s reported to have health problems and will probably die soon) then it would be seen as the actions of a weird cult. But if its to celebrate someone cool like the person in the video, then its inspiring. Less and less are addressing the cognitive dissonance and to me that is disturbing.

    These rituals in general give me the “weird cult” vibe no matter who it involves, but that’s only because I am very cynical of social programming and collective thinking, and those are default precepts of the creation and preservation of culture. Its unavoidable in both aspects.

    The less we give in to any kind of culture, social programming and collective thinking while at the same time being cognizant of it (this goes for any culture not just the “good” and “bad” ones) the better we’re gonna be. Our modern world has OD’d on collective thinking.

  2. January 10, 2017 at 2:15 am — Reply

    As someone who has had the privilege to have performed Haka’s during my time in High school I can attest that there is no better preworkout/pre-game (as in sport game) ritual. The feeling of the ground shaking. The unison stomps of 400+ of your peers at your back. No feeling like that.

    Nothing short of empowering.

    Down here feminists can’t touch the Haka because it is indigenous, so it can pull that card to defend itself. Although I wouldn’t be surprised if they weasel girls into it for the endless virtue of ‘equality’.

    • January 10, 2017 at 11:51 am — Reply

      Yea man. Don’t let feminists ruin your heritage. They ruin everything!

    • joelsuf
      January 11, 2017 at 3:16 pm — Reply

      I’d argue that feminists in the west do almost the exact same as the Haka, only it reflects their own collective desires. Stuff like slutwalk and take back the night are just as eerie cultist tactics.

      • January 11, 2017 at 10:38 pm — Reply

        Hopefully feminist culture does not last.

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