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Domestic and Foreign Nations possibly to engage in war?

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January 16, 2011
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Has anyone seen the current headlines for Maori rights and sovereignty lately?
Some of you might think that Maori have got their fair share of things handed back to them, but the difference maybe from me to you is that i am Maori, a sixth generation direct direct direct descendant to Fist yes first Maori King, King Potatau to be precise and through the spirit of him through me, i aint say it is far from over.
Many colonial Pakehas may think inside this country called Aotearoa that Maori rights should be put to the side whilst we deal with other issues such as immigrant policies which i dont mind immigrants as it brings diversity and more understanding.
But i find a big problem when we are spitted at in the face by one Mr John Key and his overly brainwashed, ignorant and mislead government.

Isnt indigenouus cultures meant to have more meaning, understanding and more embracement by the people who tried to exterminate them?

Isnt the Pakeha who is saying in his materialistic campaigns that Native people are first on the agenda of a country?

And why am i treated like a wild savage whose only trophy in life isto become a depressible statistic reffered to as a wife beater and dole bludger?

I say no to the last question for one i know abouut my people is we are not lazy, how can we work when are trying to deal with cultural identity alienation caused by colonials all those years ago.

I do not intend to make any threats to John Key or his government, i myself am a peaceful Maori man.

But if he does not deal with more issues about Maori sovereignty, about giving Maori their land back and saying " This land is yours and i am but a guest " the one thing we predominantly want, then he will spell disaster and as the diseases of the Pakeha came to Te Aotearoa the original name for this plane i call my home, motherland, so too shall the Pakeha be sent back to their distant homelands.

Sure living with Pakehas is not a bad thing, its bearable.
But to some Maori we fear war shall break loose again and it will be only righteous of us to defend the land that identifies us, who nurtures us, who cares for us.
If the ignorancy is allowed to continue, then the war God Tumatauenga shall arise from the red stained war path that is battle and bless Maori men once more to do what is right.

That is to say if things continue to go ignored, which is over a hundred years ignored.

Maori issues that need to be addressed are fairly basic:
A small economic compensation enabling Iwi throughout the land to continue with daily tribal affairs trading their regions resources.

Guaranteed ownership over tribal lands, whether or not if the Iwi signed either version of the false treaty of Waitangi.

Maori owned lands, reserves and Hapu's to be recognized as individual, independent domestic nations within New Zealand ( Similar to what Native American Indians presently have ) This issue is extremely and utterly important.

Anti stereotyping of Maori people for the government induced negativity and stereotyping of Maori through their inaccurate bias reports nearly a hundred and fifty years ago.

Maori way of life to be recognized and to at least be appreciated by schools, true historians and muesuems.


Described by
Ras Hotu Wai Ariki Rawiri
Iwi: Tainui
Hapu: Ngati Parekawa, Ngati Ngutu, Ngati Tamainupo, Ngatimatanga o Paretata ( Rawiri owned lands along the west coast of north island! )
Sixth generation of King Potatau, Fifth Generation of of Amio Rangiwhero, Ngati Parekawa Cheiftainess

The Treaty of Waitangi is fraud, which has become waivered and deemed voided due to breaches made by Pakeha representing the Royal family of United Kingdom.

Simple, Maori to respectfully withdraw from said treaty under the established international principle of Inadimplanti Non Est adimplendum, Pacta Sunt Servenda, these two ancient principles were in place at the time of the treaty, a foundation of which can also be found in many European states. These principles are also found in the following documents : The Vienna convention on the law of treaties (1969 and 1986 ) and : The United Nation's international law commission's draft articles on responsibility of states for internationally wrongful acts. Enforcement of these two legal principles are articulated in the United Nations declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples and in the United Nations study on treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements between States and Indigenous populations.

Due to breaches having been made and if a Iwi chooses not to accept a settlement if it has been proven to be unfair due to cultural alienation and downpression, then a Iwi has a legal and clearly internationally recognizable principle under these two legal and very ancient principles found inside many European states and law, to withdraw from said treaty of Waitangi and to automatically revert back the original state of that Indigenous population having negated said document or treaty has void and un-addressable.
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