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Make History Straight and Frank to the Facts for Public

Make History Straight and Frank to the Facts for Public

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Published by Ty Chan
Only truth, no half turth or untruth in history will it be able to break through political obstruction, suppression and deception.
Only truth, no half turth or untruth in history will it be able to break through political obstruction, suppression and deception.

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Published by: Ty Chan on Nov 27, 2011
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9/16/2011 12:02 AMMuseum Historians and Librarians,Auckland War Museum,Tamaki Paenga Hira,The Domain, Auckland 1142,New Zealand.
Make history straight to truth and frank to the facts
Dear Auckland War Memorial Museum Historians and Librarians,You will become the most respectable and honourable historians in New Zealand if youwork hard like Sima Qian,
, (ca. 145 BC or 135BC to 86BC), the father of Chinesehistoriography. He was the first historiographer who dared criticize Emperor Han Wudi(
) on being responsible to two defeated and taken captive military generals despitegovernment officials condemned and imprisoned him. His gallantry fostered his highlypraised work, (
), history of China, covering more than two thousand years from theEmperor Huang to Emperor Wu of Han. From thereafter, all Chinese, their administrators
and Emperors had to study his great historical findings about governors’ good work and
wrong-doings, including inhumane history never to be repeated. Everyone can look forways to make peace and harmony on re-studying history
, a crucial factor thatkeeps China an everlasting nation with recoverable prosperity with main stream culturethat foreign tribal conquorers gladly adopted.New Zealand needs you, the historians and librarians, to work unaffected by andindependent of politics and official authority, to disclose the historical truth and facts thateveryone can judge the truth to proceed forward; by then you will win the Top Honourfrom International Historian Societies.The
War Museum has partially informed our children that the Boer War endedon 30
May 1902 after signing the Peace of Vereeniging between the Boers and theBritish army. However, the reasons New Zealand adopted its third national flag on 12
 June 1902 and dismissed the Union Jack having such a close link to the Boer Wars endedand not at a time when Hone Heke, are not even on the Minister of Arts Culture andHeritage website who was Hon. Helen Clark now working in United Nations.Only the First National Flag was chosen and documents signed by Native Chiefs. Just as
Helen created embarrassment by her deception signing her name on an artist’s painting
that she did not draw causing public displeasure and frustration, neither she nor the currentMinister have taken the effort to correct the historical facts.
 Now Japan’s new Prime Minister, Yoshihiko Noda, finally promises neither he nor his
ministers will visit the controversial Yasukuni war shrine to resume affection between
Chinese and Japanese after years of Nanking’s war museum evidencing a huge massacre
committed by Japanese army on conquering the city. The pledge came despite Mr Noda'spast remarks that Japan's 'Class A' war criminals from the World War II, honoured at the
Shinto sanctuary, are no longer considered 'criminals' because of treaties and domesticlaws. http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Asia/Story/STIStory_708754.htmlFor peace to pakeha and Maori community concerning National Independence and jurisdictional flag, the following questions need to be answered:1.
Upon the call of Queen Victoria, the ten contingents of NZ troops carried whichnational flag, the Union Jack flag or 1835 Declaration of Independence (DOI) flagwhen they departed to the African war?2.
If it was not the Union Jack then what flag did the contingent use?3.
Were the NZ contingent in South Africa fighting under a NZ or British flag that nophotos show the contingents with flags?4.
Based on the notice shown below was there confusion as to which flag was thecontingents lawfully allowed to be used on foreign soil, as Britain ruled the waves?The New Zealand Gazette of Saturday October 23
1869 had the followingentry for use by all vessels, a flag not use on land, a red herring to the origin andbirth of 1902 NZ flag.
"Whereas by a Proclamation bearing date the 10th day of January One Thousand EightHundred and Sixty Seven the letters NZ were temporarily appointed as the badge of NewZealand; And whereas it is expedient to adopt a permanent device; Now therefore Sir GeorgeFerguson Bowen, the Governor of the colony of New Zealand, do hereby appoint that the sealand badge in future to be worn, in accordance with the Queen's Regulations, as the distinctivebadge of the colony, by all vessels belonging to or permanently employed in the service of theColonial Government of New Zealand, shall be the Southern Cross, as represented in the BlueEnsign by four five-pointed red stars in the fly, with white borders to correspond to thecolouring of the Jack; in the Jack by four five-pointed white stars on the red ground of the StGeorge's Cross; and in the pendant by four stars near the staff similar to those in the Ensign.And I do further order that the temporary badge consisting of letters NZ at present in use incolonial vessels shall from and after this date be discontinued.Welli
ngton. 23rd October 1869. W. Gisborne.”
Obtained from http://www.nzflaginstitute.org/index_page0116.htm
This helps global clearing the authenticity and legitimacy of a second second NewZealand national flag, constitution and New Zealand Independence Day. If not,why not?Evidence and facts point to the non-extinguished New Zealand first national flag,constitution and jurisdiction:
In the section of Paihia and Waitangi in Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealandstated
‘in 1834 Māori chiefs gathered at Wa
itangi to select a national flag, and in 1835 to
sign a declaration of the country’s independence.’
On 10
January 2011 the New Zealand Herald Editorial wrote
‘Let’s have a special 171
 birthday party. … If it is something of a historical
accident that
Auckland's anniversary falls on January 29, it is a happy one. … The
council's event-organising agency wants to stage a fIreworks display to mark the
Timing back 171 years, Auckland administration was formed on 29
January 1840, aweek before the Treaty of Waitangi (TOW). This evidence that a nation had been born
with the first New Zealand national flag, a blessing by King William IV with the designand colour specified in the blue print:If New Zealand became British colony after the Treaty of Waitangi 1840, the Union Jack flag would be hoisted identical to the flag flown in British colony Hong Kong (HK) andwas lowered on returning HK
 back to People’s Republic of China
on 1
July 1997. WhenNZ became a dominion on 26
September 1907, then it was still not an independent nationwith its own jurisdiction even though it is mistakenly being introduced to be a member of the United Nations. Under what justifications
for a change of nation’s flag in 1902
and forwhat reasons the Coat of Arms used in 1908 legislations as shown below was displaced by
today’s one containing a very frustrating ‘national flag adopted in 1902’ with no Letter 
Patent signed and approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II?

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