This article is now running in elocal magazine, thanks to one of our country’s few courageous media owners, Mykeljon Winckel.
It explains the double-pronged campaign I’m planning to end the Treaty Grievance Industry.
Read it here, or double click the pic.
Wake Up New Zealand, We’re Being Conned!
by John Ansell
Photo of yours truly in the church yard at Russell pointing to a headstone that neatly negates the latter day lie that Ngapuhi chiefs did not cede sovereignty in 1840:
IN MEMORY OF
TAMATI WAKA NENE
CHIEF OF NGAPUHI
THE FIRST TO WELCOME
THE QUEEN’S SOVEREIGNTY
IN NEW ZEALAND
A friend asked me recently, “Do you think truth still matters in New Zealand?”
I couldn’t give him the answer he wanted.
Because for too many members of the New Zealand elite, certainly including state Treaty historians, the answer is no.
Evidence-based critical thinking is out. Ideology-based wishful thinking is in.
We have become the Land of the Long White Lie.
Telling the truth in New Zealand can get a stroppy copywriter into a power of trouble.
Last year I fumed to a reporter, no doubt after yet another holocaustic exaggeration by a neotribal extortionist demanding my water or flora or sky, that Maori had gone from the Stone Age to the Space Age in 150 years and had yet to say thanks.
For pointing out this irrefutable fact, I was roasted by Rosemary McLeod, disowned by Don Brash, and honoured by an anonymous brown supremacist with my very own Facebook page ‘John Ansell is a Racist F***wit’.
However, I was also contacted by a Maori friend, who gleefully trumpeted how clever his people had been to make such stellar progress, and, in the absence of my forebears, thanked me most profusely.
These two opposite reactions caused me to divide Maori into two broad groups, which I call Achievers and Grievers.
The Achievers I admire very much, especially those who – sadly – feel they have to escape to Australia to live the lives of equal New Zealanders.
But the Grievers I can’t abide.
They clearly descend from the ethically-flexible rebel minority who breached the Treaty in the wars of the nineteenth century, and their inflated sense of entitlement has been costing the rest of us dearly.
It is a charming but potentially fatal flaw of New Zealanders that we want to be nice to people at all costs.
Unfortunately there is a fine line between niceness and cowardice.
Being nice to Griever Maori can be very costly indeed – especially when the iwi elite are aided and abetted in their extortion attempts by all the other elites– the political, bureaucratic, academic, judicial, legal, and media.
The approach of successive governments since the early seventies can be summed up by a word most commonly associated with the late thirties: appeasement.
Consider the Evidence
- We’ve had prime ministers inventing Treaty principles out of thin air, forging unnecessary alliances with Maori separatists, and surrendering our beaches so they can be handed to iwi in secret by their very own tame minister.
- We’ve had a corrupt Waitangi Tribunal refusing to pay researchers whose findings do not support their racist fantasy, and a Race Relations Commissioner who instructs councils to create special seats for one race only.
- We’ve had historians hushing up the 1989 discovery of the final English draft of the Treaty when they realised that Hobson included “all the people of New Zealand”, not just Maori.
- We’ve had activist judges pretending that this 1840 sovereignty-for-protection deal was an equal partnership between the world’s then-greatest empire and dozens of warring stone age tribes that the British had saved from cannibalism, slavery and extinction.
- We’ve had battalions of lawyers making fortunes from bogus claims, with one of those lawyers now the minister in charge of rubber stamping those claims. [This sentence was left out of the article for some reason – possibly legal.]
- And we’ve had an editor of a major daily who refused to run an entirely factual election ad asking if you’re fed up with pandering to Maori radicals, yet was happy to cite free speech in defending a cartoon that compared welfare minister Paula Bennett with Nazi death camp doctor Josef Mengele.
On second thoughts, appeasement is too wimpish a word for such a sustained and orchestrated con.
The only word that cuts the mustard is TREATYGATE.
The elite’s methodology is clear…
The Treatygate Con
- Get state academics to rewrite New Zealand history as a fantasy novel, where the Maoris are the goodies and the British the baddies.
- Get state schools and universities to indoctrinate New Zealanders with this fake history.
- Get the bogus historians to slam past historians as unreliable (even those who witnessed the actual events or interviewed those who were there).
- Get the state media to peddle the fake history to stoke Maori grievance and Pakeha guilt.
- Get iwi to fake claims to right fake wrongs.
- Set up a state tribunal to hear these fake Maori claims.
- Pay senior lawyers to represent Maori, and junior lawyers to represent the Crown.
- Give the tribunal sole power to interpret the Treaty.
- Let the tribunal approve claims based on pure hearsay.
- Make all Treaty-related documents as hard to find, and hard to read, as possible.
- Brand as ‘racist’ anyone who questions any Maori entitlement.
- If enough people object, threaten a race war.
- To continue the resource grab indefinitely, entrench a Treaty-based, Bolivian-style constitution where indigenous people are more equal than others.
- Pretend that Maori are indigenous to New Zealand, when they sailed here just before the Europeans, and suppress the mounting evidence that other races got here first.
- Pretend at all times that Maori remain a separate race, even though they’re all now part-Pakeha.
For the last year I’ve been studying Crown-Maori history intensively with the help of nine authors who have written more than thirty books on the subject.
The scale of the Treatygate fraud is massive and reaches into every agency of the New Zealand state.
But What Can We Do?
It will take money, but I believe the secret of success is a powerful public education campaign using the plainest of English, rolling out one fascinating fact, one ad or poster at a time.
The goal is to get sheepish Kiwis, ‘the Passionless People’, to understand what has been done to them, and to tell their politicians, “We’re mad as hell and we’re not going to take it any more!”
If we can make Treatygate a Top Three issue when the big parties do their polling, then our leaders will have no choice but to listen and act.
Here’s the plan…
How to Defeat the Con
- Launch Colourblind New Zealand, and set a goal to lock in one law for all by December 2014.
- Raise a $2 million fighting fund so the politicians know we’re able to embarrass them.
- Petition for a referendum at the 2014 election. Question: “Do you want New Zealand to be a Colourblind State, with one law for all, and no racial favouritism of any kind?”
- How to make the PM obey the referendum result? Run lots of bold Treatygate ads telling voters just who has been conning them, and how.
- If media refuse to run these ads, use rival media to expose them as part of the con.
- Bombard government MPs with instructions from their voters to obey their will.
- Support local body campaigns on Maori wards (typically attracting an 80% NO vote).
With your support I hope to work full-time on this project until New Zealand is a Colourblind State.
The racially-rigged Constitutional Advisory Panel has already begun the process of changing the constitution by stealth, meeting mainly with Maori groups in contravention of its pledge to meet a wide range of New Zealanders.
So there’s not a moment to lose.
Because truth does matter.
If you’d like to help and/or donate to this campaign to free NewZealand from this perverse reverse apartheid, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is not a religious or political party-driven campaign.
I simply want the government to give us the racial equality that the Treaty promised.
John Ansell calls himself a ‘conviction copywriter’, who hates selfish politicians, and is known for distilling political concepts into the plainest of English.
He created the ‘Iwi/Kiwi’ billboard series for National in 2005, two award-winning radio campaigns for Labour in 1987 and 1993, and in 2011 fell out with ACT over his proposed press headline ‘Fed up with the Maorification of Everything?’
He sees the racially-rigged National-Maori Constitutional Review as a major threat to our country and has founded Colourblind New Zealand to see if a referendum, reinforced by a hard-hitting public education campaign, can succeed where politicians have failed to halt the appeasement of Griever Maori.
The latest water rights issue where Maori are simply extorting ‘free’ shares from asset sales under the artificial privileged race umbrella is nothing short of racial abuse.
To quote Muriel Newman’s NZCPR:
“Another myth perpetrated by tribal leaders is that the first settlers ‘owned’ the whole country. This is totally illogical and a complete fabrication.
“New Zealand’s small population did not ‘own’ the whole country. In the days before private property rights were established by the rule of law, people ‘owned’ what they could defend.
“Common areas like mountains and wilderness areas, the foreshore and seabed, rivers and lakes, were not ‘owned’ by anyone but were used by all.
“The same goes for resources — minerals, the sea, the air, our water, wild animals and plants, and other common goods.”
When John Ansell approached elocal with Treatygate, I decided to run his story on the basis that Maori continue to have a privileged NZ media platform to expound their radical views and it’s time the NZ race have their say.
I invite our readers to have their comment. Blog on www.elocal.co.nz.
My planned ad campaign will not happen unless a whole lot of Kiwis like you are prepared to dig deep to save your country.
If a lot of us give a little, and a few give a lot, we can stop the professional grievers and their ‘useful idiot’ appeasers in their tracks.
Please give whatever you can afford, and send this link to everyone you know.