Our goal is to remove from law and practice any race-based discrimination in governance and property rights.
School is for lessons - not indoctrination: new Education and Training Bill requires teaching of Treaty propaganda and political ideology.
Submissions close 14 February. Click here to make a submission:
Click here to learn how Labour and the Greens want schools not only to teach your children but to indoctrinate them with Treaty propaganga, to single out children with Maori ancestry for special attention, and to grant undue powers to unelected Maori elites to push separatism, Maori language and the so called “Maori world view” in the classroom.
Hobson's Pledge leader Don Brash - Racists are people who want a different treatment for people based on their ethnicity or ancestry and we do not want that ! I want all NZers treated equally at law
Click here to hear Don's excellent interview on Waatea.news.com, December 9, 2019
This morning, Auckland residents stood in front of 345 endangered trees on Mount Albert to protect them from zealots at the Tupuna Maunga Authority, which plans to cut them down....Read more
Ihumatao protest: please sign our petition asking Government to uphold the Treaty settlement, and police to evict the protesters
In 2015, the Ihumatao iwi Te Kawerau a Maki agreed to a full and final settlement of all their grievances and received financial redress of $6.5 million, plus forestry, forestry rentals and more. Fletchers bought private land in the area and announced plans to build 480 homes, 40 of which were to be given to Te Kawerau a Maki. But a member of that iwi (against the will of the elders) started a land occupation demanding that the Government buy the land to keep it as is. If the Government caves in to protesters and buys the land, this will open the floodgates to similar protests, trash Treaty settlements, and erode private property rights.
No, we're not making this up. Despite the fact that Maori suffer higher rates of harm from cannabis abuse, Maori Health providers have called on the Crown to favour Maori for cannabis production. Read more
Councillors vote to allow Ngai Tahu two voting appointees on Otago Regional Council's powerful planning committee
The seven-three vote at the Otago Regional Council yesterday to include two voting un-elected tribal appointees on its policy committee shows race-based preferential treatment in action, Hobson’s Pledge spokesman Don Brash said today... Read more
On Wednesday evening, in a surprise move, National, New Zealand First and ACT MPs defeated the Canterbury Regional Council (Ngai Tahu Representation) Bill, a Bill that would have granted unelected members of Ngai Tahu the right to sit and vote on the Regional Council. In the wake of the Christchurch massacre this vote was symbolic of our need for unity. Unity, the sense that we are New Zealanders ahead of any particular identity, can only be maintained if we share the same democratic rights....Read more
Te Tai Tonga MP Rino Tirakatene’s Electoral (Entrenchment of Māori Seats) Amendment Bill will, if passed, require a 75% majority in Parliament to disestablish the Maori seats....Read more
We believe that the Government’s move to establish a ministerial responsibility for reviewing the relationship between the Crown and Maori is fraught with danger because it entrenches the notion that the Crown and Maori somehow exist as separate groups in partnership with each other...Read more
The Hobson's Pledge position on fresh water is that it is there for the benefit of everyone, irrespective of ethnicity, and that a special deal for Maori is out of the question... Read more
Marine and coastal area: first marine and coastal area agreement sets precedent for decades of fresh treaty negotiations
The first Agreement negotiated under the Marine and Coastal Area (Tukutai Moana) Act 2011 not only confirms widely raised fears of the Crown’s failure to represent the public interest but sets a precedent for fresh rounds of Treaty style negotiations... Read more