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And if "rangatiratanga" is taken to mean "self-determination", the "rangatiratanga" aspiration appears to describe either the state of self-reliance that every citizen who works for a living already has or Maori separatism.
If the latter is the case, is Morgan talking up Maori separatism?
The newly rich tribal corporations pay little or no tax and two entities, Waikato-Tainui and Ngai Tahu, are entitled to repeated top-ups as a percent of the increasing grand total.
Morgan’s assertion that making it up as they (Crown and claimants) go along was necessary because "the original documents aren’t very useful” shows that he has not looked closely at the texts of either Te Tiriti or the official English and has ruled out the Busby February 4 draft, also known as the Littlewood treaty.
New Zealand is no different in this respect as those with vested interest in maintaining the status quo keep the masses in the dark about discoveries that quite simply would reveal the version of history we have been told is a lie and a farce. A planet divided: Two factions battle for control: The Republic Alliance and the Democratic Independant Union.
But behind the scenes, a dark power is manipulating both sides to instigate an all-powerful New World Order.
Therefore, Maori land owners sold 24.13-million hectares.
Comment: Since he cashed up, Gareth Morgan has become a wilful idiot in attaching himself to half-baked topics such as man-made global warming and killing cats.
This is the latest of his fumbling attempts to find some relevance.
Also see: Gunpoint treaty threat and other lies Promoting Are we there yet?
The future of the Treaty of Waitangi, Morgan has got the New Zealand Herald to agree to run a four-part series to promote his book, with the first installment published today.
I challenge Morgan to present a coherent argument to support his contention that "because the chiefs’ signatures were on the te reo version, it’s certainly possible they didn’t cede sovereignty then".