WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN ‘HATE SPEECH’ AND ‘INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’ -SELF-DETERMINATION AND SEPERATISM ‘APARTHEID IN NZ’ IS THIS JUST SYMBOLIC GESTURES MADE BY NZ’S NEW COALITION?

Hate Speech and the coined post modernized phrase given to native and tribal peoples throughout the world ‘Indigenous People’ focus on, promote  a ‘self determination’ as to what one deems to be true for oneself, or deliberate pervasively is used to be ‘true’ for ones self through political, social, economically self-interests. ‘The negative harmful mentality … Read more

WE CAN NEVER EVER TRUST THOSE POLITICAL CRONIES IN THE CESS PIT OF WELLINGTON ‘HE PUAPUA ‘

The secrets that lay behind those doors of Parliament keep being exposed. Co-Governance needs to be discussed and all the evidence exposed. I have been researching this now since it was exposed through an OIA request. The Secret was exposed:   Democracy Action reported in their May 2022 Newsletter that ‘Others were not consulted on Declaration Plan. … Read more

‘‘OUR COUNTRY-NEW ZEALAND IS NOT UP FOR SALE’ GET OFF OUR DAM LAND

The RBNZ Reshaping of finance in N Z using a worldview climate change strategy. A speech was given to the ‘Raising Maori Investment Capability Conference 2020 in Tauranga by Christine Hawkesby 13/12/2020 Assistant Governor of the RBNZ. Her introduction to the meeting started in Maori and then she translated to English- this is the English … Read more

ONE NATION ‘ONE PEOPLE’

UNITED NATIONS: Who are Indigenous peoples? An official definition of ‘Indigenous’ has NOT been adopted by any United Nations System Body. The UN System has developed a modern understanding of this term. According to the UN the most fruitful approach is to identify, rather than define indigenous peoples. This is based on the fundamental criterion … Read more

CO-GOVERNANCE AND BEYOND (UNDRIP) PART 2

RNZ Report 19th May 2023 ‘Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson defends Māori Budget package . The total Māori package in the 2023 Budget was $895 million down from $1 billion last year. The Government definitely financially supporting Co-Governance in various aspects. 8th May 2022 NZ Centre for political Research authored an article on UN Declaration for … Read more

CULTURAL MARXISM ‘SELF-DETERMINATION’ INDIGENOUS RADICAL ACTIVISTS

Codification, exploitation and alienation, another Marxian concept relating to commodification became famous in the critical social sciences, namely the fetish character of the commodity (Marx, 1867/2018a). Socialism and Self Determination. A common demand among Indigenous communities and their supporters is for Indigenous self-determination. Lenin wrote widely on the right of oppressed nations to self-determination, up to … Read more

CO-GOVERNANCE AND BEYOND (UNDRIP) PART 1

Referring to the opposition to signing the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People Rosemary Banks NZ’s  Representative at the UN explained in a gathering at the UN Assembly that NZ Government was unable to adopt the UN Declaration of the Rights for Indigenous People for the following reasons. Firstly she referred to the Treaty … Read more

A NUMBER OF QUESTIONS FOR NZ CITIZENS – AND SOME IMPORTANCE ISSUES TO THINK ABOUT AND SHARE

QUESTION: Are elderly people with underlying serious health problems and the disabled including children being deliberately culled by some UN Member States that have Euthanasia Policies. QUESTION; Many elderly in care homes, are receiving shingles, pneumonia, flu, CVID shots and the Boosters, Many of these shots given within a short period of time of each … Read more

THE JUGGANAUT OF IWI ELITE AMBITIONS ‘WAKE UP NEW ZEALAND – MINISTRY OF TRUTH’

An article was posted on September 8th 2012 authored by Professor Elizabeth Rata of the School of Critical Studies in Education at Auckland University. She is known for her work and research in the area of ‘effects of ethnic politics on educational change’. She stated that “Iwi have been extremely successful in pursuing their demands for … Read more

HOROMIA SPEECH IN THE NZ HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT ON THE ‘UNDRIP’ 2007

SPEECH BY MAORI AFFAIRS MINISTER:   PAREKURA HOROMIA:- TO THE HOUSE (Parliament) SPEECH IS AS FOLLOWS:- The Mâori Party is full of hollow talk over the government’s decision not to support the UN Declaration Of The Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), says Mâori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia. Contrary to a number of misleading claims by the … Read more