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Luxon Caves In...Again

Luxon Caves In...Again

Paraphrasing, David Seymour said the Waitangi Tribunal should be wound up.  Shane Jones said the Tribunal needed a complete overhaul.

Through the media, and not in person, Luxon told them both to pull their heads in.   This is a blatant cave in.   Luxon, once again, is completely out of touch with reality.

He could have said “I support Shane and David fully in their comments about the Waitangi Tribunal.  It’s an issue we will be discussing in depth when I return to New Zealand.”  

He could easily have said this but he didn’t.  It’s in the coalition agreement.  Why did he not say it?

Luxon is protecting and furthering Maorification and co-governance.  He always has and always will.

How is Luxon out of touch? The Waitangi Tribunal is a gigantic racket.

University Law lecturer Dr David Round says “Incredibly, some people seem to take the Tribunal seriously…..the Treaty Industry is now a gigantic racket,  which will continue for as long as gullible New Zealanders accept everything that every plausible rogue tells them. Continuing demands for Maori entitlement are nothing but the demands of con-men.”  (Dr David Round.  Twisting The Treaty. A Tribal Grab For Wealth And Power. Tross Publishing. 2013. p 110,113, 121)

“Most grievances had been settled by 1960, on a full and final basis and that should have been the end of the story.“ (Mike Butler.Twisting The Treaty. A Tribal Grab For Wealth And Power. Tross Publishing. 2013. p 173)

“Ignorance of our brief history, even at the highest level of government, has enabled claims [through the Tribunal]  to slide through without scrutiny or question.  Nine grievances listed in 1982 ballooned to 2034 in 2009.” ( Mike Butler.  Twisting The Treaty. A Tribal Grab For Wealth And Power. Tross Publishing. 2013. p 172

Claiming Has Become An Integral Part Of The Maori Way Of Life.

Historian and laywer Stuart C.Stcott writes “Claiming has become an integral part of the Maori way of life.The thought of the extinction of further claiming rights by final settlements is abhorrent to the race. Maoridom does not want settlement.It wants to nurse its grievances and continue it’s claiming an infinitum.” (Stuart C. Scott. The Travesty of Waitangi.  Towards Anarchy. Caxton Press, 1995. p. 159)

The truth of the matter is that the Tribunal has become an agency for endless Lotto wins for Maori.  Taxpayers, that’s us, pay all the legal fees for Maori to submit a claim to the Tribunal. 

Only the Tribunal can interpret what the Treaty means.

No one can challenge them. 

What a scam. 

One of our supporters wrote the following about Luxon’s cave in.

“Here’s a political leader who is again backing right away from his pre-election promises which shows he only required the coalition partners to gain power for National.

Nothing else mattered, even if it meant backtracking on the election pledges that the voters wanted most. He’s now set on an Ardern junket to make himself popular internationally.

His introductory motive to become a fledgling politician was to equal a former wealthy businessman turned leader in feathering his nest (or in his case, several of them)  and gaining a knighthood to add to his wealth!!

Shame on him for defrauding his voters on this key (Key) issue.”

Well said.

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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:

Shane.Jones@parliament.govt.nz
Winston.Peters@parliament.govt.nz
David.Seymour@parliament.govt.nz
Christopher.luxon@parliament.govt.nz

Hon. David Seymour: David.Seymour@parliament.govt.nz

Brooke Van Velden: Brooke.Vanvelden@parliament.govt.nz