Heads Up Alert!

(In keeping with our policy of publishing a wide range of views, even though the editors may disagree with them, we present Bud Jone’s opinion piece on Marama Fox’s views for the future of government in New Zealand.)

The objectives of a racist group

We have a racist group operating in our country working with the publicly expressed purpose to replace the present government system with its own form of governance.  No, it is not a branch of the Taliban, Alqaeda  or ISIS, but a group racially defining itself as Maori: a group we have been taught to regard with the highest esteem and respect.

They make no secret of their plan to take over the country, even setting out the recipe for all to see as revealed below by a leader named Fox.

Could I please urge everyone to send this:  HEADS UP around to all your address book so as to avoid some terrible times ahead in this peaceful smiling land which is, so far,  unaccustomed to civil war!!

What sort of country do we want to leave behind for our grand kids?

Marama Fox plans for the country’s governance

Marama Fox, the former co-leader of the Maori Party, which used to represent the tribal elite in Parliament, outlined their plan for the Maori language in an interview in the Listener before the election.

It involved replacing our Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy in New Zealand with a “unique form of governance that would favour Maori customs, principles and values.”

She explained it was all ‘plotted out’: It would take 36 years – 12 election cycles – for a Maori sovereignty party to share government… it’s a radical vision… but if we believe in it, then we need to march towards it.

Compulsory Te Reo in schools

She elaborated further that the “critical step” in shifting the thinking of New Zealanders to make it all possible was to make the Maori language a core subject in the country’s schools.

Marama Fox argued that people look at things differently once they’ve acquired te reo. It’s a world view. The Maori world view is different and that’s expressed in the language. The language unlocks our history and our thinking.

In other words, the compulsory teaching of the Maori language is key to enabling the Maori sovereignty movement to impose their self-serving agenda onto New Zealand.

That’s why Maori sovereignty advocates like Marama Fox are determined to have Maori taught in schools as a compulsory subject.

It’s a tool for political control and is fundamental to the successful indoctrination of the next generation, which is a prerequisite to gaining political governance……

 

( KIN would appreciate well-argued reactions to Bud’s views. Use the Comments box below.)

I’ve really no idea how to fix this racist problem. 95% of members currently in Parliament don’t care/don’t know/don’t want to know!
However, it is extremely unlikely that Maori will ever control Parliament – cos they will be too busy spending the several billion dollars they’ve been donated!
Many predict WW3 will sort things out – or a revolution?
Neil Hayes QSM CEnv PhD

Well said Bud, Bruce, Amy and Tony. I’ve been enormously cheered this morning surfing the tide of public comments lashing Stuff for their atrocious feature about the Treaty. In case my comment doesn’t survive the moderator, I’ll drop it here:

“This article models the treacherous Left’s strategy of white-anting Western civilisation with a blizzard of lies in the hope we’ll surrender our nations without a fight.

“Great to see from the thumb votes that you’re not buying it.

“No mention here that Maori had sold all of the South Island and much of the North before the Treaty.

“No mention that all land sales were on a willing seller/willing buyer basis.

“The chiefs who happily sold it had no concept of forestry or grassland farming, most stuck to the coast so they were happy to get something for what they saw as waste land.

“Ngati Whatua were not selling ‘Auckland’, but an isthmus largely deserted after the previous inhabitants had been ravaged and scattered by Ngapuhi.

“The settlers then applied their labour and capital to create the new capital, with the tribe delighted to have the Governor’s protection from their well-armed northern foe.

“To apply today’s values to infer impropriety is dishonest.

“Taranaki had also been left deserted after an invasion by Waikato. It was the Treaty that allowed escapees like Wiremu Kingi to return and make trouble, in his case refusing to accept a land sale in Waitara despite acknowledging its legitimacy.

“Waikato were happy to join in the resulting war as a dress rehearsal for their own.

“No mention of the attacks that caused the wars, for which the land was confiscated as punishment — which the great Maori statesman Apirana Ngata acknowledged in his book about the Treaty was the Maori custom too.

“No mention about the planned Waikato attack on Auckland that kingmaker chief Wiremu Tamihana said would leave no man, woman or child alive if Maori won.

“No mention that this threat prompted Governor Grey to warn Waikato that he would confiscate the land of those who breached the Treaty by waging war upon the Queen.

“No mention that Hone Heke had committed the first breach fifteen years earlier, which Grey had forgiven, despite Heke’s burning of the first capital. This time he would not be so lenient.

“No mention that Maori were warned, but went ahead and paid the price.

“It’s a bit rich for their descendants to complain, given that they killed, cooked and ate the people they defeated (witness the colonisation of the Chathams).

“No mention of the main cause of Maori depopulation in the late 1800s: the loss of breeding-age men and women from the hundreds of intertribal wars and female infanticide from the early 1800s.

“This story is just that — a predictably shameless one-eyed work of fiction, sadly typical of what passes for scholarship in post-truth New Zealand.

“It’s so slanted it could have been written by Te Papaganda chief Dame Claudia Orange herself.”

My own view has long been that it will take a lot less that the twelve election cycles predicted by sly Marama Fox for New Zealand to become a People’s Republic of Aotearoa New Zimbabwe.

But the weight of numbers excoriating Stuff for their hatchet job, plus the policy triumphs of Donald Trump which are turning the tide internationally, gives me hope that our respective efforts to inform the crowd may at last be working.

Now we need a party with a strong leader who will campaign for the Swiss-style binding referendum system along the lines proposed by Amy Brooke.

But I would suggest we do not stop at the 100 days ‘people’s veto’ of legislation passed by politicians.

We must also allow binding citizen’s-initiated referenda on issues such as the surrender to Maori when the politicians are united against the people.

Both systems would just need some sort of safeguard against people viting themselves money. Otherwise I believe we can trust the wisdom of the informed crowd. We do it in courts around the country every day.

SPEAKING FREELY

In fact, the agenda of those pushing the Maori language is far more sinister than many realise.

Marama Fox, the former co-leader of the Maori Party, which used to represent the tribal elite in Parliament, outlined their plan for the Maori language in an interview in the Listener before the election. It involved replacing our Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy in New Zealand with a “unique form of governance that would favour Maori customs, principles and values.”

She explained it was all ‘plotted out’: “It would take 36 years – 12 election cycles – for a Maori sovereignty party to share government… it’s a radical vision… but if we believe in it, then we need to march towards it.”

She explained that the “critical step” in shifting the thinking of New Zealanders to make it all possible was “to make the Maori language a core subject in the country’s schools”.

Marama Fox argued that “people look at things differently once they’ve acquired te reo. It’s a world view. The Maori world view is different and that’s expressed in the language. The language unlocks our history and our thinking.”

In other words, the compulsory teaching of the Maori language is key to enable the Maori sovereignty movement to impose their self-serving agenda onto New Zealand.

That’s why Maori sovereignty advocates like Marama Fox are determined to have Maori taught in schools as a compulsory subject. It’s a tool for political control and is fundamental to the successful indoctrination of the next generation, which is a pre-requisite to gaining political governance.

It’s also why the attacks on anyone who speaks out against the Maori sovereignty agenda – particularly their plan to make the Maori language compulsory in schools – are so vicious……

https://www.nzcpr.com/speaking-freely/

“Tomorrow belongs to me” was a song sung by a young Nazi in the film version of “Cabaret”.

Unless we, that is, all of us as individuals, stop the present onset of pseudo-Maori racism, that is where we shall all go.

It will be no use ducking for cover like the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, the Elim Church, the Masonic Temple and Fairfield House which refused a request to hire a room in their premises for my talk “Twisting the Treaty and other fake history”, prevented by employees of the Nelson City Council .

If people do not have the guts to stand up for their rights, they will soon find that they do not hve any.

one part of this is extremely disturbing; the indoctrination of young people ,and also theFox militaristic phrase”believe and march toward it”the song in the clip here is perfect[“tomorrow Belongs to Me”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29Mg6Gfh9Co

Most New Zealanders will regard her thinking as deluded. It’s just not going to happen. But it needs strong resistance right now, because – and it is no credit to them – Governments can tend to take the line of least resistance when bullied by stroppy minority groups.

This has already taken place to a considerable extent, given that Fox’s much-touted, apparently superior world vision as a result of learning te reo can only be an utter nonsense.

Probably 85% at least of this newly-invented language being inflicted upon all New Zealanders, upon teachers and school children, and being put up on signs at enormous expense on government and local body owned organisations is completely inauthentic. It is also insulting to the language of the majority of New Zealanders that it is usually printed in far larger letters than the English translation underneath. This is completely unacceptable.

English is the language that is needed universally – Including by every ethnic group in this country – not the fabricated, supposed translations into genuine Maori which are nothing of the sort. And our local , Government owned town libraries are among the worst offenders In this respect.

This supposed “Te Reo” was in fact invented by a group of Waikato academics, neo-marxists in leaning, In their book,” Dirty Silence” that they published in the mid-80s, telling of the many thousands of words for which there were fabricated Maori equivalents.

The original Maori language contained about 1800 words that the missionaries recorded. It’s to the shame of successive governments that they have allowed what is in essence a gigantic,highly expensive swindle to be inflicted upon the country. And, even worse, are the constant calls for this pseudo-language to be made compulsory – although it is utterly irrelevant in most New Zealanders lives – and a complete waste of time for those of us and our children who have far more important priorities.

Yes, all languages borrow from other languages – but to deliberately invent scores of thousands of supposed Maori equivalents for all areas, concepts and items in our lives which have nothing whatever to do with the genuine language is simply farcical.

Examples? The Department of Social Welfare: Public Hospital; Accidents and Emergency Departments; Emirates return flights – special discounts; Victoria University…PaknSave— even our items of clothing, our food…everywhere we look we see the ridiculous situation of this so-called authentic Te Reo which apparently gives Marama Fox her very special world vision.

But If they are not authentic – then they are inauthentic, aren’t they? Not authentic Maori language at all…

And if they* are* inauthentic – then a great swindle is being perpetrated on the country, with the shocking connivance of Parliament and its bureaucrats – and offering great jobs for the over-paid boys and girls promoting this…

Moreover, this whole centre-staging of the views of extremist part-Maori only (most, like all other New Zealanders, want to get on with their lives in peace) because of the now enormous wealth of iwi, handed treaty settlements (which in some cases should never have been granted) has now contributed very much to the corruption of our universities and any institutions looking for funding – because this is where iwi have pushed their way in, dangling the prospect of financial support – in return for supposed Maori world views being prioritised, and their “cultural sensitivities” being given prior placing.

Even more disgracefully -these greedy corporatised and highly politicised power groups are insisting that any research proposals that require funding be submitted first to them – to see if they approve!

That the universities have kowtowed to this sort of racist bullying is not only shameful – it is corrupt.

Thank you, Bud. It really is time that more New Zealanders (apart from those brave individuals standing up to be counted) realised that it does depend upon individuals, including them, to put a stop to these pernicious demands.

One email to your MP at least – a letter to the editor – or ringing parliament (04 817 9999) to be put through to a political party for comment and protest – these are the very least that can be done…

The alternative? Doing nothing?

https://www.facebook.com/100daystodemocracy?ref=br_tf

This growing problem of a nation divided on ethnic grounds was conceived by the 4th Labour government via Geoffrey Palmer and carried on by the likes of National’s Bolger. Both were inept prime ministers. My belief is that the treaty set out to establish one society, not a divided one. A number of my good friends have Maori ancestry but they abhor the divided situation. I played rugby with chaps who were visually and strongly of Maori ancestry. Great chaps.
There are no full blooded Maori’s in NZ so why the discrimination?
What puzzles me is why people like Stephen “Tipene” O’Regan are 1/16th Maori yet claim maori rights. I’ve was told by a local “Maori” that my right to go sea fishing was a privilege whereas for him it was a “right”.
Did you know customary “Maori” fishers have no rules at all for sea fishing? Non-Maori are bound (and hassled) about obeying fishing rules. Isn’t that racial discrimination?

My friend and author historian Bruce Moon adds to this:
Yes, Bud, this woman fOX is dangerous. She was actually at intermediate school in Christchurch with my children. Her father is/was a white man – Fox, her mother a part-Maori. Under the former realistic classification, she is not a Maori at all – just a power-seeking demagogue. When and how she absorbed her “Maori world view” – a Stone Age attribute – I do not know. She was only ever an MP via the notorious “coat-tailing” provision for which we have to thank our MPs. Their performance gets worse and worse.

And the practical question nobody asks: if her modern synthetic lingo, “Te Reo” is to be made compulsory in schools, what is to be left out??? — Kapa Haka???

Your alert is most timely.

Rgds, Bruce moon

Yes two weeks ago, an elected member of the Far North council told me it would be in 2025 (or 2035) that the take over of NZ Government by Maori would happen.

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