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Analysis:  'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 15)

Analysis: 'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 15)

Above and on the left is page six of the comic we have been analysing.

HERE is the whole comic.

If you want to know why we are analysing this comic, just refer to blogs for the last few days.

In short, the comic was released into schools in 2018  to brainwash our children.

What is its purpose?

Maori Activists inside the Labour government, particularly the Maori caucus, supported by the Greens and Te Pati Maori, plus a hoard of woke bureauacrats are grooming our children so that when our children leave school and become old enough to vote, they will vote for all things Maori.

In this way, so the plan goes, Maori will be able to legitimately and legally take over the country.  That is to say, they are grooming our children to vote for a Maori takeover.

What’s happening here is exactly what happened in other regimes in the 1920s and 30s, preparing the ground for dictatorship. In the case of New Zealand, it’s tribal rule.

So what is there to say about page six?

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Hobson did not “tell” the chiefs to sign the treaty.  He had been strictly instructed by Lord Normanby, the colonial secretary back in England, that the treaty process was to be carried out with the “free intelligent consent of the natives”.

That was the actual wording in Lord Normanby’s instruction to Hobson.

Hobson kept to this.

Right from the beginning the missionaries had been going into bat for the chiefs, looking out for their best interests. In fact you could say that on the 5th and 6th of February 1840 that the missionaries were acting as lawyers to make sure everything was done appropriately and there was no coercion or manipulation on behalf of the British in their dealings with the Maori chiefs.

The missionaries were in the tent with the chiefs at Waitangi on the 5th and 6th of February 1840, beside them throughout the proceedings.

William Colenso is quoted as saying that some of the missionaries spoke up on behalf of the chiefs pointing out that Henry Williams had not translated one thing or another properly or completely during the discussion time after the Treaty had been read. Many of the missionaries could speak Maori and therefore we’re in a good place to be able to comment in the question and answer time on the translation of both.

In the next picture Rewa says, “The missionaries took my land and I want it back. All I have left is my name.”

What is the truth of the matter here? Did he actually say this? Yes, he did say it. He said this in the tent at Waitangi on 5th February during the afternoon question and answer time.

But what the comic does not say is what one of the other chiefs said about what Rewa said. The other chief pointed out that Rewa had no land because he had sold it all in exchange for British goods and products.

This is what he said:

Tamati Pukututu, chief of Te Uri-o-te-hawato Tribe, rose and said, “This is mine to thee, O Governor! Sit, Governor, sit, a Governor for us–for me, for all, that our lands may remain with us — that those fellows and creatures who sneak about, sticking to rocks and to the sides of brooks and gullies, may not have it all. Sit, Governor, sit, for me,  for us. Remain here, a father for us, &c. These chiefs say, ‘Don’t sit,’ because they have sold all their possessions, and they are filled with foreign property, and they have also no more to sell.

But I say, what of that? Sit, Governor, sit. You two stay here, you and Busby—you two, and they also, the missionaries.”

What he is saying is that Rewa has sold all his land in exchange for ‘foreign property’ [i.e. British goods like guns, powder, shot, horses, cattle, sheep, hoes, rakes, metal buckets, clothes etc).  

What Rewa was doing in 1840 is what Maori radicals are still doing today.  What’s that? Making out he is a victim when reality it was his own fault that he had no land left.

So the comic is being dishonest and not telling the whole story. Obviously the comic’s authors want to give the impression that all the Maori land was stolen.

As I have said before in previous commentary on this comic, Maori eventually sold 92% of their land. HERE is the proof.

This is a hugely significant point.

Maori today say that they did not cede sovereignty. This is not true. They did cede sovereignty.

But even if they did not cede sovereignty and they sold 92% of their land then in effect,  in real terms, in a legal sense, the selling of that land meant they lost control of it which is the same as ceding sovereignty. When a person sells a piece of land they lose control of it and this is what happened to Maori. When they sold their land they lost control of it.

But Maori today want all their land back even though they sold it, even though in the selling of it they lost control of it.

The truth is that they are suffering from what we call seller’s remorse. They sold their land and now they want it back.

How can Maori  today say they want self government and self determination over land that they have sold?

You know the answer. They can’t have it back, not unless they buy it back.  This is what the rest of us have to do.

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This comic is a key component of Maori activists to take over the country.  It targets children.

In my book TAKEOVER: 18 STRATEGIES MAORI ACTIVISTS ARE USING TO TAKE OVER NEW ZEALAND  I detail all the strategies activists are using.

You can read this book HERE.

In tomorrow’s blog, I will continue the analysis.

See you then!

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As I have said, we must get behind Winston, Jones and Seymour, Luxon, emailing them regularly with encouragement and our full support to expunge co-governance and Maorification from New Zealand.

Leaders need encouragement constantly.

Email Luxon urging him to do what the people of New Zealand elected him to do, which was to rid the country of Maorification and co-governance.

Warn him that he will be a one term PM if he doesn’t.

Here are their email addresses:

Winston.Peters@parliament.govt.nz

Christopher.luxon@parliament.govt.nz

 

Analysis:  'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 14)

Analysis: 'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 14)

Above and on the left is page five of the comic we have been analysing. Yesterday, I started on page 5, and today will continue on page 5.

HERE is the whole comic.

If you want to know why we are analysing this comic, just refer to blogs for the last few days.

In short, the comic was released into schools in 2018  to brainwash our children.

What is its purpose?

Maori Activists inside the Labour government, particularly the Maori caucus, supported by the Greens and Te Pati Maori, plus a hoard of woke bureauacrats are grooming our children so that when our children leave school and become old enough to vote, they will vote for all things Maori.

In this way, so the plan goes, Maori will be able to legitimately and legally take over the country.  That is to say, they are grooming our children to vote for a Maori takeover.

What’s happening here is exactly what happened in other regimes in the 1920s and 30s, preparing the ground for dictatorship. In the case of New Zealand, it’s tribal rule.

So what is there to say about page five?

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The comic says ‘very few people spoke English, so a missionary named Henry Williams and his son Edward translated the Treaty into Te Reo Maori. They did this in just one night.”

There is a lot of vital missing information here.

The authors of the comic want their readers to get the impression that the translation was rushed, and therefore not done properly.  Which means?  The chiefs were treated unfairly. 

What are the facts here?

First, many of the chiefs in the tent that day could read and write English. Historian Michael Wright explains that “The rising demand for consumables including tobacco, clothing, liquor, seeds, and munitions locked Maori into an economic relationship with industrial age Britain.” (Wright.  The Illustrated History of New Zealand.  Bateman Press, 2013. page 40)

To trade with the English, Maori needed to learn the English language, and many did.

Furthermore, the Treaty was read to the chiefs in English and Maori.  Why? So that the chiefs could judge for themselves whether the translation was accurate or not.  

There are no recorded objections, from the chiefs, to the translation.

The accusation has been made by people like Claudia Orange that Williams was a poor translator.  Historian Bruce Moon rejects this strongly.

 “Orange claims that the Williams, father and son, were not competent translators although she did know that Williams’ biographer, Hugh Carleton, had said that Edward was a scholar in the Maori language “without peer” which she dismisses as “something of an exaggeration”. This is speculation, not scholarship.” (Bruce Moon. New Zealand. The Fair Colony. P79).

What’s missing from the comic is another vital piece of information. 

After the chiefs had discussed the Treaty all afternoon on the 5th of February 1840, inside the tent at Waitangi, with Hobson and Williams and co, the chiefs retired to Tii Marae for the evening, and the Williams father and son went with them.  Why did the Williams’s father and son do this?  To make sure the chiefs understood the Treaty.  Bruce Moon writes:

“When proceedings [on the afternoon of the 5th concluded, the chiefs retired to Tii marae to discuss it amongst themselves, and Williams went with them.” (Bruce Moon. Twisting the Treaty.  The Tribal Grab For Wealth And Power. Tross Publishing, 2014. P35). 

From the diary of Bishop Selwyn, we find a vital piece of information. 

“Henry Williams reported to Bishop Selwyn.“The instruction of Captain Hobson was not to allow anyone to sign the treaty till he fully understood it. To which instruction I did most strictly attend. That the natives to whom I explained the treaty understood the nature of the same, there can be no doubt.” (Bruce Moon. Twisting the Treaty.  The Tribal Grab For Wealth And Power. Tross Publishing, 2014. P35)

Let’s put all this together.  The chiefs and the Williams father and son spent all afternoon and evening with the chiefs, explaining the Treaty to them, answering their questions. The piece of paper they were discussing filled no more than one A4 page.  That’s a long time to discuss one piece of A4 paper.

Contrary to what the comic implies, the translation from English to Maori was excellent, and the Maori chiefs’ understanding of it the same.

Oh, and by the way, the comic implies that the chiefs were invited after the translation was completed. Again, this is to create the impression that the chiefs were given short notice of the meeting on the 5th of February.  With such short notice, everything was rushed and unfair to the chiefs.

The truth? Invitations went out on the 30th of January to the chiefs.  This is a week before the actual meeting.  Proof? The following is a picture from Colenso’s records of the day

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This comic is a key component of Maori activists to take over the country.  It targets children.

In my book TAKEOVER: 18 STRATEGIES MAORI ACTIVISTS ARE USING TO TAKE OVER NEW ZEALAND  I detail all the strategies activists are using.

You can read this book HERE.

In tomorrow’s blog, I will continue the analysis.

See you then!

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As I have said, we must get behind Winston, Jones and Seymour, Luxon, emailing them regularly with encouragement and our full support to expunge co-governance and Maorification from New Zealand.

Leaders need encouragement constantly.

Email Luxon urging him to do what the people of New Zealand elected him to do, which was to rid the country of Maorification and co-governance.

Warn him that he will be a one term PM if he doesn’t.

Here are their email addresses:

Winston.Peters@parliament.govt.nz

Christopher.luxon@parliament.govt.nz

 

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