Hone Harawira doesn't seem to be in a mood to reconcile his differences with the Maori Party, saying today "dickheads" within it were trying to get rid of him.
"It looks like these dickheads only have expulsion on their mind, if that's their plan then we may need to refocus," he said on his Facebook page.
Questioned on One News, he refused to say who his remark was directed at but denied he was referring to his fellow MPs.
"People should read it for what it's worth," he said.
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Mr Harawira is in trouble over a newspaper column he wrote last month in which he said the party was too wrapped up with National and was supporting anti-Maori policies.
Fellow MP Te Ururoa Flavell laid a formal complaint against him, which is still unresolved.
The two MPs met face to face at a hui in Rotorua on Tuesday and Mr Harawira said the disciplinary proceedings initiated by the party's national council should be set aside so that discussions could continue.
The party's disciplinary committee is due to meet on February 9 to discuss the complaint.
Meanwhile his fiercely loyal Te Tau Tokerau electorate committee said it organised a second hui today so there could be a second round of talks between Mr Harawira and Mr Flavell, but Mr Flavell wouldn't attend.
Electorate chairwoman Lisa McNab said it appeared some people in the party were determined to get rid of the MP and were being directed by the party leadership.