Best Haka I'll ever see...

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by Bravo_Bravo, Aug 26, 2012.

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  1. RIP Kiwis

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  2. fu2

    fu2 LE

    Very moving to see such respect for a fallen comrade. Brought a tear to my eye watching that.
  3. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Not wishing to detract from the moving vid, but what's the deal with the bloke done up as a sniper just randomly cutting about in front of the hearse?
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  4. I thought that they only did this at rugby matches what a send off.
  5. That was incredible.
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  6. Yes, it is a very moving way of showing respect. A fitting farewell indeed for a fallen warrior.
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  7. Brilliant. It sent a shiver up my spine watching it.
  8. My thought was a symbolic armed escort to the fallen. A sort of last service they could do for their mates, kind of thing.
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  9. Amazing! I'm guessing the random sniper might be because the fallen soldier was a sniper too? Just a guess. Right though. Shivers and goosebumps!
  10. What an awesome (in the true meaning of the word) send off.
  11. Just realised that whenever I see a Haka, I'll think of this one.
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  12. That was amazing. RIP Kiwis.
  13. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Quite a long haka, didn't think they usually let females do the haka but looks like one around 2.18

    Quite a send off, should imagine a few drams after.
  14. Quality send off.

    As someone said on here recently Kiwis will knock out a Haka at the opening of a envelope but to see it done at such an occasion and with such passion is awesome.