PHOTO: Hereditary chiefs of the United Tribes of New Zealand celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the reinstated Hawaiian Nation "Kingdom of Hawaii" with their cousins on the streets of Waikiki.
DOCTRINE OF THE UNEXTINGUISHED
MAORI NATIVE TITLE TO NEW ZEALAND
MAORI HAVE NEVER BEEN CONQUERED BY DEBT NOR BY WAR!!!
For the last 180 years, successive de facto Governments have misled the world by false and deceitful claims of their authority to Govern over New Zealand Maori.
Recently, the de facto Government's own Judicial Appeals Court determined in the 2003 Seabed and Foreshore Case, that all the successive Colonial Parliaments NEVER HAD AUTHORITY TO GOVERN MAORI, PURCHASE LAND, NOR ISSUE CROWN GRANTS. The Court went on to say in accordance with Article II of the Treaty of Waitangi 1840 (hereinafter “TOW”), only the Queen (Treaty Partner) could purchase land and on-sell to Her British Subjects, however the Maori Nation NEVER offered any land for sale, nor has the Queen EVER bought land or issued Crown Grants. The Court confirmed every Land Title Registered with “Land Information New Zealand” (LINZ), office to be “absolutely null and void”.
As was stated to Governor Hobson by Lord Normanby of Westminster, House of Lords in his Standing Orders 1839, “Whose title to the soil and to the Sovereignty of New Zealand is undisputable and has been solemnly recognized by the British Government” And, “........the admission of their rights ...........is binding on the British Crown”.
Indeed, as it was predicted in the Treaty of Waitangi that there would be need to protect a numerous and inoffensive peoples from Her Majesty’s subjects of bad or doubtful character whom, having fled Her Majesty’s penal settlements in Australia and, deserting their ships had, for the purposes of trade, have resorted to the shores of New Zealand.
As a consequence of crime and outrage that such persons did inflict upon the Kingdom of Maori, to avert the continuance of such evil consequences of such lawless state expressed by Lord Normanby and after considerations to the findings of the Westminster Parliament House of Lords inquiry of 1836 to 1839 he wrote, “Maori must not be permitted to enter into any contracts in which they might be the ignorant and unintentional authors of injuries to themselves” and so, the Crown of England entered into a Treaty for the Protection of the Maori People from its own subjects.
His Majesty King William IV, who reigned from 26 June 1830 to 20 June 1837, promised to protect the pre-existing property rights of the Maori Hereditary Chiefs against all attacks upon their Sovereign Unextinguished Native Title. He recognized the Sovereign Maori Nation State as the UNITED TRIBES OF NEW ZEALAND through Article 1 of the Declaration of Independence 1835. The Treaty of Waitangi 1840 was signed between the Maori Chiefs and Her Majesty Queen Victoria on February 6, 1840 to protect those existing recognized Sovereign Maori Customary Rights, from greedy Settlers and their successive Colonial Parliaments that immigrated to New Zealand.