Analysis: 'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 32)

Analysis: 'Treaty of Waitangi' Comic For High School Students Has Been Quietly Brainwashing Away Since 2018 (Part 32)

Above is another picture from the comic we have been analysing. Today we are continuing on page 10.

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.

You can read our analysis of previous sections of the comic by going to our web site and clicking on ‘blogs’

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 bureaucrats are grooming our children so that when our children leave school and become old enough to vote, they will vote for the Maori activist cause.

In this way, so their 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 the Maori activist cause.  This comic is therefore propaganda.

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  preparing the country for tribal rule. 

Hitler had his Hitler Youth.

Now we have the “Maori Youth” mirroring them, as evidenced by the actions of Female Hurricanes, the students of a Palmerston North School, and the Maori who tried to stop the fishing contest in Northland. Here is another example – click HERE and  click HERE

So what is there to say about this picture on page 10?  Yesterday, I listed the land wars and we examined the Northern War, 1845-1846.  Today I want to discuss the other wars listed below.


Here are the wars.

New Zealand Land Wars timeline:

  • The Northern War: 1845-1846.
  • Wellington: 1846-1847.
  • North Taranaki War: 1860-1861.
  • Waikato Invasion: 1863-1864.
  • Central and South Taranaki: 1864-1868.
  • East Coast Wars: 1865-1872.

Some of these wars were about land. 

Maori activists will tell us today that these wars were caused by settlers and the British government ‘stealing’ Maori land, and about Maori fighting back.  What’s the truth about this?  Well, once again, this is not true.

T.L Buick, writing in the 1920s, said these wars were about punishment for rebellion.  (T.L Buick.  New Zealand’s First War, the rebellion of Hone Heke. Capper Press. Reprint. 1976. )

What rebellion? When Maori ceded sovereignty in the Treaty, they gave the British the mandate to establish a democratic government here, which included the making of laws.  Treason became illegal, in the same way as murder and slavery became illegal. 

Certain Maori reneged on their Treaty promises, breached the Treaty, and rebelled against the British government by taking up arms, terrorising the settlers and the British government.  The British warned them to cease, otherwise there would be consequences.  That is to say, the British government would confiscate their land to pay for the cost of putting down the rebellions.  From the British perspective, keeping law and order was imperative.  

Not only this, but the cost of punishing law breakers was not cheap.   In the fledgling colony, it was user pays i.e. if you broke the law, transgressors paid for the cost of law enforcement.  We need to return to this principle.  Retail crime  alone  in New Zealand costs $2.5 billion a year.  

The result?  All law abiding citizens in our country end up paying for the cost of crime.  How so? Prices of retail goods go up, funds are diverted to recruit more police and build more prisons, and insurance premiums rise for everyone.  Victims of crime have to deal with the fallout of crime which includes time wasted filling out insurance claim forms, or, in worst case scenarios, life long physical and emotional damage.  

The criminal walks away from the crime scene with all expenses related to the crime they just committed paid for by us. It’s so wrong.

Confiscating assets is not an old idea.  It is part of our law today.  How so? The Proceeds Of Crime Act 2006 gives the police the mandate to confiscate assets and cash from gangs and the like when those assets and cash are derived from crime. 

In 200 years time, what are the gangs going to do? Go to the Waitangi Tribunal (hopefully it won’t be around then) and file a claim for compensation / reparations because ‘the government in 2024 confiscated my boat, house, and motorbike?’ 

The great Sir Apirana Ngata, MP in the 1920s and 30s, called ‘The Father of The House’, sometimes standing in a deputy PM, travelled the Maraes of New Zealand educating Maori about the Treaty.  

Back then Maori were complaining about ‘confiscations’ of Maori land, wanting compensation and reparations. 

How did Sir Apirana Ngata respond? This is what he said. 

“Some have said that these confisca­tions were wrong and that they contravened the articles of the Treaty of Waitangi. 

The Government placed in the hands of the Queen of England, the sovereignty and the authority to make laws. 

Some sections of the Maori people violated that authority. War arose from this and blood was spilled. 

The law came into operation and land was taken in payment. It was their own chiefs who ceded that right to the Queen. 

The confiscations cannot therefore be objected to
in the light of the Treaty” 

(Sir Apirana Ngata.  The Treaty Of Waitangi. An Explanation. pp 15-16)

The comic writers ignore this.  Instead they spin the narrative that a great injustice was done to Maori.  This in turn leads all the students in our country who are reading this comic to a. feel sorry for Maori and b. feel anger against white colonials. 

The overall effect? 

Our children, all the children in our schools, are being groomed to join in with the Maori activist cause which is all based on what? 

Lies, deceit, and trickery. 

We are looking for a good illustrator who can draw some pictures for us so that we can produce a comic which tells the truth.  Once written, and illustrated, we can then get it to all the students in our schools by handing it out at the gates of schools and the end of each school day. 

We must push back. 

The first step is to email Education Minister Erica Stanford demanding that this comic be withdrawn from all schools.

The returned comics need to be turned into egg cartons, which is where they will be most useful.


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

If you are not convinced that Tribalists / Maori Activists and their woke fellow travellers are trying to take over the country, click HERE

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!


As I have said, we must get behind Winston, Jones, Seymour and 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: