Noble House – The Fine Print (Trade Muskets & False Forts).
The Fern a distinct NZ logo – yeah right
“The huia’s black, white-tipped feather is a symbol of rank and mana”. David Ellison NZH Sep3 2015.
Repost this story on grounds I just discovered that Facebook blocked the orignal on the grounds of “security reasons” (Now thats a first for me).
Oh and do pay close attention to the heraldry of the Dunedin Club built on the grounds of the Dunedin homestead of Johny Jones at Fernhill .
Turns out the Fern is not such a unique Kiwi symbol as we have being led to believe.Each leaf of “Fahrenkrug” (a term dating back to the fern use by aristocratci families of the Holy Roamn Empire or Hpsburg Dynnasty) represents a families heritage and rank.
The Fahrenkrug is uniquely kiwi – Yah das is Right
The 64,000 question is whose family tree is on the Key Fern which perhaps is better known as the Elison fern going back to Tom Elison who past it on to the All Blacks were ever since we have assumed it a Maori thing,
The huia’s black, white-tipped feather is a symbol of rank and mana”. David Ellison NZH Sep3 2015.
However turns out the silver fern traces back to Elison employee the Banksters Johnny Jones who delayed the Treaty in 1838 so he could get his captains to marry into the tribes of Nga Tahu – who today have become a powerful corporation involved in dairy fortuens who support the TPPA having recived an ealry pay out.
The goal, of Jones, to legitimise the land he had brought from Maori tribes who in turn had largely taken this land less than two decade before hand. Taken with the aid of muskets provided by the very same captains working for the very same trade families or noble houses.
The graph is correct but the context is not. Land “willingly” sold was by and large seized with muskets provided by colonial privateers. The local invaders by and large were not major iwi but opportunist willing to colaborate with the profit driven trading houses.
For example take a look at the heraldry of The Dunedin Club it is some times called the headquarters of the Tartan Mafia – A term refering to the Scotish old boys network who settledthe South Island (after buying land from Nga Tahu invaders which they later married into) who had plans of making the South into their own personal fiefdom through old boys ties and intermarriages and assimilation of the locals.
Nothing new here – infact it was colonialism 101.
Similar process surrounded the founding of the USA/Canada where founding father in the USA case, used the American Constituion (which by the way never uses the word democracy even once), to insure the future prosperity of the founding families above that of the ordinary settlers and indigenous populations.
Article 29 their shall be no authority greater than the authority of the law of the people (parliament).
Such was this nepotism that in Australia convicts petition the English Crown begging for English law.
Upon this base the Union Jack was raised in 1877 to symbolise the Magan Carta was the base of Australian law which the old boys immeadiatly began chipping away at. In the same manner that Benjamin Franklin stated to the American public “you have republic now lets see if you can keep it” in reference to the power blocs who wanted power in thr hands of the few and not the many.
Back in Australia the old boys families (my direct ancestors) the Griffiths, Jardines, worked on similar policies elsewhere in the Pacific to ensure the power base of these powerful trade families grew and consolidated in the future generations.
Justice Sammuel Griffith. One of influential Griffith family who introduced the Australian supreme court and began the erosion of the orignal Australian Constituion of 1877 (established at request of convicts) influence in Australia in the interests of the ruling families.
Like wise my ancestors the Grittith founded the Fiji Times as means of lobbying against the Crown who wish to limit the ability of provate firms and colonal families to buy land in Fiji.While in the Chathams privateers shipped Taranaki tribes to the island (already visted by the Griffiths ships) to wipe out the Moriori who did not wish to suceed soveringity.Five years later the Crown anex the Chathams and the Griffith and their trading partners the Soloms made a killing as settlers moved in and brought land and intrmarried with the invading Maori mercenaries.
The pre TPPA in every sense of the word if you will.
Noble House – The Fine Print (Trade Muskets & False Forts).
Here is a simple but exceptionally important question for you to consider.
How come at the very time we holding a flag referendum a constitutional issue (as John Key himself admits) and were also holding a “Constitutional Review” no one in media land is reporting on the flag change in the context of this hugely important event?
The Constituional Review (http://www.ourconstitution.org.nz/), held n 2013, is every bit as important to the issue of national soveringity and the multi pronged attack Kiwis (and iwi who have yet to be paid out under the Treaty process) are currently facing (in regards to the right to be the masters and comanders of their own nation is comparitively getting zero media attention) as the TPPA is.Yet ssssh listen to the deafening sound which surround possibly only the biggest shuffle of power to ever happen in NZ since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Even though the two events are obviously connected and have many interconnecting connections – which our media should be raising and making people aware of – the two prong con game being played upon them currently.
Read the following very very carefully.
“The panel will hold public meetings across the country between February and July, before considering public submissions and making recommendations to Government by the end of the year”
In other words the public can turn up as they were invited to when the Flag panel toured NZ but that all they can do.
In the end it’s the panel – hand picked by John – who will decide what the review recommends and this is the advice John will follow because he hand picked these muppets so they would deliver a predetermined result.
And just like the Flag panel the people who sit on this panel also get paid $650 dollars a day.
So what exactly is the panel reviewing.:.
“Among the issues up for discussion are how many seats there should be in Parliament,” – control the seat numbers you control the electoral boundaries you control the outcome.
“The length of Parliamentary terms”,
Again an opportunity to consolidate your power base.
“Whether or not there needs to be a written constitution, and whether or not all laws have to be consistent with the Bill of Rights Act”
You might recall some “moderately nuts” subversive blogger suggested the Bill of Rights would be used as the means to provide legitimacy to the TPPA – (once the constitution – the engine of government- had being messed about.
A process of popping the boot of Statehood which begins with small but symbolic important step of changing the flag [ again I refer you to the 1973 failed attempt by Labour to change NZ to a Republic which began with no less than attempt to change the flag] — The essential part as to how this machiavellian maneuvering could be pulled off I suspect will lie in the small print of the section which relates to NZ “constitutional duties” in relation to international treaties and conventions.
The two faces of leftwing and right neoliberalism
Both wants the TPPA
Both want a new flag
Both want a republic
Both believe in globalism
Fascism has a left wing and it has a right wing.
NZ Parliament notes:
” The fragmented nature of New Zealand’s constitution (like that of the United Kingdom and, more so, those of the Australian states) comes from its evolution over time.The elements of the constitution are often defined by important Court judgments under the common law (which is the law declared or “created” by judges) and under statutes. The components of the New Zealand constitution are.:
• New Zealand and certain United Kingdom statutes (called “Imperial”4 statutes);
• the prerogatives of the Crown;
• the conventions of the constitution;
• international conventions which apply to New Zealand; and increasingly
• the Treaty of Waitangi.”….
…..International conventions describe norms of behaviour agreed to by States.
There also exists international law based on customary principles or “the comity of nations” (i.e. from the accepted practice of states). International conventions apply to countries which have in some manner adopted them.
Those countries may, by so doing, have agreed to subject themselves to the adjudication of international courts or TRIBUNALS.”
Welcome to the TPPA Disneyland one Mickey to rule them all.
Now Re-read and consider carefully, that last line “by so doing, have agreed to subject themselves to the adjudication of international courts or tribunals”.
We bring this monster into being then we will literally be obliged by own entrenched constitution to conform to the terms of the TPPA no matter what.
So in other words the Constitution will be used to insure that we must comply to the TPPA whether we like it or not.
But as the knife add goes “but wait there is more”
DEJA VU – WERE FIGHTING A TREATY WE FOUGHT BACK IN THE 1990’S. BUT THEN IT WAS CALLED THE MAI. The Maori people of Aoteroa kicked it to the curb when they realised it goal was to under mine their soveringity.
In the 1990’s one of the reason we managed to repel the Multilateral Investment Agreement (the predecessor to the TPPA) was because the Maori people themselves woke up and realised the MAI was about to take out the Treaty of Waitangi and kick it in touch.
The Multilateral Investment Agreement (MAI) plan to end all Treaty payments.
It planned to refuse to consider future payments,
It planned to rip up customary rights,
It plan to roll into land gifts to the Crown by Iwi for use by all and then hack, chop, drill, blast, fish to death wherever it liked and screw the tangata whenua – which for the record represent basically 95% of any kiwi whose bloodline goes back further than seven generations.
Under this Constitution however the Treaty itself would be protected and given special protections which on the surface means that under the TPPA indigenous rights are better protected than they would have being under the MAI – Ha Rah!.
You would think so and in fact the staunchly pro Treaty panel has drawn fire and is under criticism because it gives special rights to those covered by the Treaty over those who are not.
“The panel has drawn criticism of bias, with a group of academics
headed by Canterbury University law lecturer David Round saying it wants to enshrine the treaty in law with a written constitution.”
So if your pro Treaty and not a bigot then no worries eh — even if if the new decree of this legal dictatorship ooops sorry I meant our democratically created new constitution open the ‘gates of hell’ and heralds in the TPPA overlords.
Indigenous rights and land claims will be protected even if the rest of us are subjugated to a new master who cares not for our workers rights, our environment or general health and well being.
Or will they?
My personal feelings are if it looks to good to be true it probably is: And when I dig deeper I form this opinion even more so because;
A; Something’s is very odd about the selection of the panel number one it is hugely stacked with those who have made a fine career out of being Treaty consultants.
Tainui Corporation Ngai Tahu partners in white gold.
Also like Ngai Tahu owe their origins to Taranaki region and have already recieved their Treaty payout.
Colloborated with land grabbbers and rewarded with non existenet rank of the Maori King.
Red Peak designed by Xero employee. Xeros owned by Ngai Tahu lobbyist Rod Drury (CEO) also sits on the Flag Panel.
These are yes people who can be relied to do as “co-chair” Sir Tipene Oregan orders. Yet bar Walker (the noticeable and curious exception) none of those represent on the board represent a genuine cross section of major affected iwi – in general they come from lesser hapu and in general are not the heavy weight you expect to be sitting on a panel of such political importance not just Tangata Whenuato but all of New Zealand .
I would in fact go as far to say this is the panel you have when you’re not having a panel but want to give the impression of having one – Hollow men to say the least.
B; This is a Neo – Liberal hand picked panel.
The Neo-liberal globalist desperately want a “trade deal pushed through” while their predecessor the MAI specifically targeted indigenous rights and had as its very goals
A; the elimination of Treaty of Waitangi payment in agreements largely approved by iwi
i Who went along with the deal having already being paid out first.
ii: Came from iwi characteristic by their historic role in being recipients of “trade musket” a weapon designed deliberately to have a lesser range and impact than the standard British military musket.
Weapons that were off loaded onto these iwi and used for the decimation of tribe sitting on land wanted by the Crown or by European trade houses who had yet succumbed to introduced disease.
iii Characterised by iwi lead by a lineage which largely descend from European trade houses who instructed their agent (e.g. Elison, Ryan, Solomon, Howell etc) to marry into tribes which had being employed to subjugate other iwi sitting on resources desired by the Crown or by European trade houses.
C: This is meant to represent a democratic cross section so where are the individual who represent the other parties viewpoints??
So why pick a panel that is clearly designed to have focus which is pro Treaty
Will to answer that let’s review the review panel.
The Falg Panel more than a few direct connections to the 2013 Constituional Review Panel.
“The 12-strong panel includes
i: Co Chairman Sir Tipene O’Regan Ngai Tahu the tribe who grew to dominate much of the South Island through being supplied Trade muskets by European Trade House who could not secure treaty settlement from the iwi who resided in Southern region previously. By in large Ngai Tahu successfully assimilated such iwi who already weakened by disease were wiped out ever by the musket or through Ngai Tahu forming peace treaties in which the sons married into the chieftain ranks of the now subjugated tribes.
While inturn the trade house agents would be inturn be instructed to likewise marry the princes of Ngai Tahu as means of consolidating their own interest and power in the newly colonised New Zealand during the 1830′ and 1840’s.
In the 1980’s Ngai Tahu would choose to settle early on during the Treaty compensation period as other iwi later short changed up to 20% by deal in which land valuation (done by the like Fay Richwhite Investment on behalf of Crown Forestry) which deliberately devalued to lessen the payout which came later and allowed private companies to pick up public assetts and below market value price.. In deal often overseen by Trade Musket legal families who looked the way as they punched the Treaty consultant ticket and pick up fees from both sides along the way
Here is a few links to confirm that point;
‘Judge’s wife fails in bid to keep her name secret’
By and large the in leadership of the Trade Musket Noble families were rewarded richely by Neo Liberal globalist who first appeared publicly on the scene under the Douglas Lange Government onto the present Key administration.
Oh and by the way O’Regan daughter also sits on the NZ Flag panel.
II Waitangi Tribunal member Ranginui Walker,
III Former Act MP and professional spin doctor Deborah Coddington (who presumably plays the same role under taken by Mediaworks spin doctor Julie Christie over at the $650 day Flag panel trough in the next room)
IV John Luxton, former National Party (former Minister of Maori Affairs, Minister of Energy, Minister of Housing, Minister of Police, Minister of Commerce,Minister of Industry, Minister of Fisheries, Minister of Lands, Minister of Customs and Minister of Agriculture. He was also an Associate Minister of Education and …..Overseas Trade. ) current director DairyNZ, Hauraki Land Corp director (dairy), Open Country Cheese Company and the Kaimai Cheese Company,along with former colleague Rt Hon Wyatt Creech, Tatua Coop Dairy Company,Wallace Corporation (Dairy), DairyNZ, the New Zealand Dairy Industry Good organisation which represents all New Zealand dairy farmers.
Luxton is married to Mary Scholtens, QC for the Attorney-General (also Minister of Treaty Settlements Chris Finlayson)
Luxton is staunchly pro TPP which he believes will benefit the NZ dairy industry (worth 5 of the GDP) even though it will clearly hurt the NZ IT sector (worth 22 of the GDP)
V” Peter Chin lawyer (self proclaimed Treaty expert) also sits on the Flag panel – at $650 dollars a day. Chin is the former Dunedin Mayor who is pro oil drilling and was found promoting the Dunedin Stadium, built on land bought off property developers (including the Farry family and Earl Hagerman) at 600% above government valuation in a deal promoted by the Farry Family and Earl Hagerman of Scenic Circles Casino while also being the NZ Commissioner of Gambling and while on a paid retainer to the Law Firm Webb & Farry.
Chin would state during the 43rd Otago School of Foreign policy that he did not alway believe in public consultation as this simply gave the “disgruntled and those with an axe to bury the means to drown out the silent majority”
VI: Peter Tennent property developer and former mayor of New Plymouth prodrilling.,pro dairy.
VII: Maori academics Leonie Pihama, lesser academic no major tribal affiliations
VIII: Hinurewa Poutu and lesser academic no major tribal affiliations
IX: Professor Linda Tuiwhai Smith.lesser academic no major tribal affiliations.
X Bernice Mene a qualified secondary school teacher of Samon descent who played ten years for the Silver Ferns and working within the media.
X! Sir Michael Cullen is currently the chair of New Zealand Post and principal Treaty Claims negotiator for Ngāti Tūwharetoa. As a long-serving member of Parliament, including Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney-General, Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Minister of Finance and Leader of the House. Cullen incredibly states that Key government is not a neo liberal government a remark which had widely slammed by those who understand the term and the revisionist nature of neoliberalist
Xii Professor Burrows, who has just completed a term as a Law Commissioner, has led or jointly led several Law Commission reviews including the Presentation of New Zealand Statute Law, Privacy, the Official Information Act 1982 and Tribunals in New Zealand.
The panel “was set up as part of National’s support agreement with the Maori Party after the 2008 election.”
The previous Government Labour would also mess with the constitutional mechanics of this government when they abolished the Privy Council with the approval of the Greens who believed the Supreme Court would entrench the power of the Treaty Waitangi.
And so the liberals within the Greens Labour and Maori party might actually think they have built a Maginot Line against the TPPA attack which protects indigenous sovereignty all the while entrenching the power base of the Trade Musket noble houses.
And of course should these elements think of turning their short powered firearms on their corporate benefactors there’s that old thorny issue that at the end of the day the Crown was signed not with a republic but with the Crown.
Remove all the constitutional mechanic that ties us into the Crown and neo liberal economic hitmen can take out the Trade Musketeers anytime they like.
Welcome to the banana republic of Aotearoa Inc entrenched nepotism where at the highest levels our laws will now be reviewed by a Supreme court stacked with heavily interrelated families in many case also beneficiary of the Treaty trade consultancy gravy train.
We will end up with Fiji style Republic where their is one rule for the masses who are subject to gross exploitation and another rule for the entrenched few (who claim the right of speaking on behalf of tribes that go hungry as they live lives of opulence) as long as they play ball with their new corporate overlords.
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