24 Treaty myths, 89 racist Acts

Are we being conned by the treaty industry is a short book that highlights 24 myths and 89 Acts of Parliament that have fostered a culture of racial preferment in New Zealand. It could be required reading while we are all under house arrest for the next month.

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Treaty twisting and Tamihere

What stood out in former Labour MP John Tamihere’s opening salvo in his bid to return the Maori Party to Parliament by winning Tamaki Makaurau Maori seat was his unashamed twisting of the meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi. He said:

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Maori Council tries to revive water claim

The New Zealand Maori Council is talking up a possible bid to return to the High Court to get a sympathetic judge to declare that “Maori” indeed own all the water in New Zealand.

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The burnt church lie that won’t die

A lie about women and children allegedly burnt to death in a Waikato church that they sought refuge in was repeated in a news report on Friday.

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Nats should be wary of Maori Party link

National Party leader Simon Bridges’ apparent intention to ally with the Maori Party undermines his weak concessions to “one law for all” voters announced during the week.

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Let everyone know where we stand

Now that we know that the general election will take place on September 19, we thought it timely to reconfirm that Hobson’s Pledge stands for a better New Zealand committed to equality. We believe that:

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Help fight rising tide of racial preferment

This year 2020 comes with a wave of issues that add to the rising tide of racial preferment that is being forced upon us.

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Why extend racial preference in law?

There are two pieces of legislation wending their way through Parliament designed to further entrench the crazy notion that the Treaty of Waitangi created an obligation on governments nearly 200 years later to treat anybody with a Maori ancestor in some kind of preferential way. They are the Public Service Bill and the Education and Training Bill, both sponsored by Chris Hipkins, who is both Education and Public Service Minister.

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Free speech and the rejection of reason

Two Hobson’s Pledge members unwittingly played the role of canary in the coalmine regarding looming crackdowns on freedom of speech in New Zealand, according to a new book titled Free Speech Under Attack.

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Mt Albert tree cull may be illegal

Clear-felling of exotic trees from Auckland’s volcanic cones may be illegal, according to information provided to us.

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Photos show scale of tree vandalism

Every picture tells a story and the story told by the aerial photos published by Honour the Maunga protesters show that the scale of the tree vandalism wrought by the Ancestor Mountain Authority is much greater than thought.

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Mount Albert, trees, co-governance, and decolonisation

The stand-off over planned felling of 345 exotic trees on Mount Albert, Auckland, perhaps lifts a veil from an absurd yet extensive decolonisation process that we are ALL paying for.

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Residents to face chainsaws on Mount Albert

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.

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How to complain about Herald series

“Despite their loudmouthed, righteous preaching and straw-manning against ‘hate speech’ and racism, the New Zealand Herald is now the publisher of a systematic, targeted anti-white crusading hit piece. How ironic.”

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Race commissioner oblivious to hate speech series

The New Zealand Herald is in the process of inflicting a seven-part series denigrating a race and the Race Relations Commissioner is missing in action. What’s going on?

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Another councillor, another politically incorrect comment

A new Tauranga councillor who made politically incorrect comments about the Treaty and Treaty settlements on Facebook has got the new Race Relations Commissioner in a fizz.

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Split Endeavour flotilla arrival a surprise

The arrival of waka in Gisborne on Saturday and the Endeavour replica with another tall ship, the R. Tucker Thompson, today, was a bit of a surprise.

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The Orwellian world of NZ policy on race

Two emails objecting to our Vote 2019 summary of where candidates stand on race issues shine a light on the Orwellian world of race policy in New Zealand.

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Fletchers staring at forced Ihumatao sale

Since the Maori king made the unsurprising announcement during the week that Ihumatao land should be given to “mana whenua”, Fletchers may be forced to sell with the Government being the only buyer.

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Which NZ history for schools, will children be indoctrinated?

News that New Zealand history will be taught in all schools from 2022 raises two questions -- which version will be taught and will our children be indoctrinated.

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Foon tries to gloss over local government racism

Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon tried to gloss over blatant racism in the Local Government Act 2002 when he said he was disappointed that our pamphlet, delivered at the weekend, criticised tribal appointees and Maori wards or constituencies in local government.

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New campaign against tribal appointees, Maori wards

Separatism is gaining traction within local government so Hobson’s Pledge has launched a campaign to urge voters to ascertain candidates’ views before voting in the upcoming elections.

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Waikato-Tainui tipped to buy Ihumatao land

Wealthy tribe Waikato-Tainui may buy disputed land at Ihumatao from Fletchers for around $39-million, according to NewsHub.[1]

The prospect of an iwi role emerged when former Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson said protest leader Pania Newton’s march on Thursday should be south to meet Tainui, instead of to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s office in Mount Albert.

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Brash: Return coast to public ownership

Hobson’s Pledge today launched a petition calling on Parliament to fix the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011 by restoring the coastal area to public ownership and moving all claims to the High Court.

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Ihumatao protesters’ claims falter on scrutiny

Scrutiny attracted by Ihumatao protesters has turned up information that undermines claims of long association with the land, and shows why land there was confiscated.

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