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Interview with Hohepa Mapiria Joseph (“Joe”) Murphy Royal Regent, 7 July 2003. The Application of Maori Sovereignty in Aotearoa - New Zealand. On the fisheries issue, the Native title covers all land, natural and physical resources under Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) 1840 (TOW). Basically, the fisheries issue covers Customary Law and the Native Title, where it has not been extinguished. (DOI) is still alive to He Whakaputanga o Te Rangatira o Nga Uri o Nu Tireni (Declaration of Independence) 1835 day, where? It currently exists Under Part XIII of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. The DOI was included in statute under Part 4 of the Maori Affairs Amendment Act 1967 however the New South Wales settlers Parliament (NZ Settlers Parliament), utilising the then Maori Affairs department made amendments to it to suit themselves rather than Maori.

Now, the DOI is protected by the TOW, all those rights that existed before the TOW are protected. The first recorded document of the rights of Maori was the DOI. In the TOW they say Maori have ceded cession to the British Crown. Now, the DOI is protected by the TOW. There are two (2) documents of the Common Law between the DOI and the TOW. The first document is the feudal title of the Crown. The feudal title meaning the Crown is bound by their status in a hierarchy of reciprocal obligations of service and defence to Maori under the TOW. In simple terms the Crown have under the TOW, guaranteed Maori protection and justice if our rights are threatened here in Aotearoa, NZ. This came about by the standing orders of Lord Glenelg to Major General Bourke to protect the Maori people by military might in saying that, His Majesty King William will not fail to avail to the chiefs such protection, that’s military protection. The second document is the fiducial title of the Crown. The fiducial title meaning, the Crown owes to Maori under the TOW, the duties of good faith, trust and confidence and must exercise a very high standard of care in managing our Mãori lands, resources, estates and funds. This came about by the Letters Patent issued by Lord Normanby to Lieutenant Consul William Hobson

in 1839. That gives you a clearer understanding as to the purpose of the TOW 1840 and the recognition given to the DOI 1835 by the Crown and his Majesty King William. And so the TOW was put together to protect us against the evil consequences being the settlers who have escaped from their penitentiary (at the Prison colony in Australia) and were coming here, and who are still coming here to live on these lands, and so it was necessary under the preamble of the TOW that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II protected the Maori peoples rights against those evil consequences of the immigrant settlers. So the purpose of the TOW was to protect the Maori people against those evil consequences by setting up under Article I of the TOW. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the legal owner and Trustee of all the Maori people’s lands and natural and physical resources in Aotearoa, NZ forever. And so she became, as a matter of inheritance under the TOW, the legal Trustee and the legal owner of all land in NZ which is Maori Customary land deemed Crown Land. Under Article 2 of the TOW the Maori people retained their Sovereignty by the Queen granting to them the unqualified rights of possession of their lands, forests and fisheries and other taonga, which made the Maori people the legal beneficial and equitable owners, of all land in

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Aotearoa, NZ. Therefore, it created a Trust where the Maori people, under the TOW had sovereignty over all people living within its domain. On the 6 February 1840 prior to the signing of the TOW, nga Rangatira (the chiefs), exercising their powers under Article 2 of the DOI, gave to the Crown, these people, they ceded sovereignty over the British subjects to the Queen. Nothing else. The Maori people gave to the Queen the pre-emptive right or first right to purchase lands before all others, or the first right to refuse, to the sale of any Maori land in Aotearoa, NZ however, Maori have not done that to date, and the Queen has not purchased one inch of soil in New Zealand . Article 3 of the TOW gives the same right to the Maori people, to hold something similar, in equal measure to the Queen which of course is sovereignty. Therefore, the purchase of any land in New Zealand has to be conducted with the Queen directly. All other lands that are recorded in New Zealand, which Mãori have sold to any individual person, is an illegal sale. Any Maori who has sold to a European/immigrant or any European/immigrant who has brought from a Maori, it is not a legal sale. In law the beneficiary cannot sign any document, it is up to the Trustee, and that Trustee is the Queen. If a Maori signs his name to any land, forest, fisheries or other taonga, it is an improper sale. It is

to be done through the British Crown. So any person who has purchased land directly from a Maori hasn’t purchased anything at all, that person was to apply to the British Crown to purchase land that the British Crown had already purchased from Maori, which has been nothing. The Queen as our Trustee knows what is happening socially, economically and politically here in NZ. She has eyes her ears in NZ here through members of her counsel who inform her of the social, economic and political matters affecting NZ and the way in which the Maori people have been treated and are currently being treated. The Introduction of Constitutional Law in New Zealand. After the TOW, there was the 1846 NZ Constitution Act. In that Act there was Section 9 and Section 10 which provided that Maori Customary laws were to be made by Maori self Government, Governments in their own native districts, and if they wanted their laws recognised internationally, they could do this through the Queen who issued letters patent more or less acknowledging receipt of those laws, and she placed them into the law of England right around the Common Wealth of the United Kingdom (UK) and enforces them back into Aotearoa, NZ. Now a similar thing happened in 1852 under the 1852 NZ Constitution Act of the United Kingdom (UK), Section 71 stated the same thing that Maori customary laws were to be made by Maori self

Government. So the 1846 New Zealand Constitution Act was created to restrain the Governor from governing over Maori which preserved Article 2 of the TOW 1840, Maori Govern over themselves, Tino Rangatiratanga, which preserved the DOI 1835 before that. Now the settlers were granted their right by warrant to govern themselves under the 1852 NZ Constitution Act. Section 71 of that Act told the European Government lay off! Maori Govern themselves under their own laws in their own districts, and were entitled to International recognition by Letters Patent through the British Queen, who issued those Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, enforcing them into the law of England and into the law of New Zealand, that was in 1852.

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The next Act, Native Districts Regulations Act 1858. Where lands were unextinguished of the Native Title, the Government, Maori Government, would appoint justices of the peace or native assessors, to create jurisdiction in summary proceedings and, in that same year (1858) the Native Circuit Courts Act came into play, which provided for one Magistrate, and one Native assessor. So all Courts in NZ, were, since 1858, and are currently today, suppose to have one Native

assessor (Maori) and one Magistrate (European) sitting up on the bench before any decision was or is lawful or legal. Today and of yesterday there has only been one judge, a European magistrate. Why? Because this and other successive governments have been acting insubordinate of the laws set down by the Queen through the Crown, the Privy Council and the Common Wealth of the UK. In other words, this action has been, and still is, an act of treason by the NZ Settlers Parliament and successive Settlers Parliaments and the penalty for treason is death! So Maori should have equal representation in all courts in New Zealand under the Queens law, the Queen who has the rightful ownership, the legal ownership of New Zealand and who is, along with Maori, the legal sovereign’s of all British subjects living in Aotearoa, New Zealand. There are quite a few Maori out there who believe they have lost their land. In fact, they have not lost any land; they have been tricked and deceived into believing they have by this New Zealand Settler Parliament’s conspiracy which has been ongoing for the past 157 years. I have placed the lands of our ancestors in Aotearoa, New Zealand, back in the hands of their descendants as kaitiaki/owners, which is of course the whole of the country, te Ika (the fish/North Is) me te Waka (the canoe/South Is) a Maui (of Maui).

Many Maori people today are angry, upset and frustrated about the way in which their lands have been and are being forcefully taken and abused, the way in which their natural resources are being raped and depleted and the way in which their people are being treated socially, economically and politically. When all this stress mounts up they are compelled to take matters into their own hands with actions such as protests and occupations and when their point is not being heard, recognised or acknowledged by the assumed authorities they turn violent and vengeful and take their frustrations out on either their own whanau or the general public. Of course, one would understand their anger and frustration but violence and vengeance is not the way to go. It is simply a matter of pitching the law against the law. The courts in NZ here are the proper place to challenge the law but you must know the law first before you can challenge the law. To be radical attracts radicalness. Those are the words of the most radical of Justices of the Privy Council, Lord Denning. Whilst minding my own business, acting for myself in court, I didn’t go saying I’m the legal sovereign, and I didn’t jump up and down, I wrote it on a piece of paper and handed that paper to the presiding judge, that is my gun.

Put all those acts together, NZ Constitution Act 1846 Section’s 9 and 10 and the Royal Charter which stated, I quote, “on the British Crowns Royal Charter, in cases arising between the aboriginal inhabitants of NZ alone, the courts and magistrates shall uphold, (the words “shall uphold”) Maori customary laws and usage’s as aforesaid” unquote. That is what is stated in the Royal Charter (Magna Carta) of the Parliament of Westminster concerning NZ, who enacted Section’s 9 and 10 of the NZ Constitution Act 1846, which is a

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common law doctrine and statute, Internationally recognised. That statute and that common law doctrine used together, forms the common law under statute of Maori Customary law. Then in 1901 in the judgement of the Privy Council where Lord Phillimore was presiding, he stated in his decision in the case “Hineiti Rirerire Arani versus The Public Trustee of NZ”, he stated that, I quote “Maori customary law enjoyed legal status in European Colonial courts in NZ, in the absence of any statute indicating otherwise, that statute being enacted by the Native inhabitants themselves.” Unquote. Now what that decision did, was it entrenched that Maori customary law is to be legally recognised in every court in NZ, and the same to the decision of Lord Davey in 1900 1901

where he made a decision in “Nihara Tamaki versus Baker”, where the Crown refused, in fact they were devoid actually, they refused to accept, that the issue of a Crown grant amounted to this extinguishment of the Native title. He stated numerous statutes in the common law which are referring to the Native title or such like, of tenure of land under custom and usage which was neither known to lawyers nor discoverable by them by evidence. When he made that statement, he said that the lawyers in NZ were just too plum lazy to look in the statutes, he defined that the Native title had not been extinguished. Once it reached that point, the Privy Council heard it, and under investigation, they found that the Crown has not purchased one inch of soil in NZ. That is what they found and therefore, the Crown lacked unreviewable prerogative power in relation to the Native title. That shook the NZ Settlers Parliament, then they changed their voting system and they went on the populist sovereignty model because they owned no land. No land, no kingdom, no sovereignty. We have served an affidavit on the NZ Settlers Parliament stating the facts about Maori sovereignty and self Governance under the DOI, TOW and the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, and we have found that when we are looking at the Government of today, after all those documents have been served on them and the Governor General, we find that they are

chasing their tails and jumping up and down, you’ll see them jumping around in parliament, and it makes you laugh, because you know what you’ve done. The problem is, they (New Zealand Settlers Parliament) can not find it in themselves to completely admit that they have made a big mistake, an error in judgement. I was putting it too them in this way, giving them the opportunity to change, and they are trying to bring about change, but as quietly and as softly as they can. That is what they are doing right now. But the moment you start or they start getting violent, is the time for Maori to exert their right and recall for the standing orders of Lord Glenelg to Major General Bourke and the Letters Patent from Lord Normanby, the Secretary of Colonies and war, to Lieutenant Consul William Hobson (latter Governor of NZ), their judgements, their directions, to be enforced. Once those standing orders are called for, then the Maori people don’t exercise the fear or need to get angry or argue, we just leave it to the British Crown to solve under their feudal and fiducial titles for protection of the Maori people. We let them do the pointing of the gun, which is what the TOW is all about. Now today, we leave things as they are, in the hope that these people, in Wellington, will exercise fairness. If we don’t get any satisfaction from the NZ Settlers Parliament, then its time to call for those standing orders. A time limit has been set for the NZ Settlers Parliament to comply.

Maori must have control of their lands and resources by the year 2005. This was the three regent’s determination of how long it is going to take.

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From 1986 to the year 2005 Maori should be in control as it states in Section 2 of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993 which is, and shall, bind the Crown under the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. In 1993 comes in an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act. This Act was an Act that was brought into existence by the Parliament of Westminster, whom appointed three (3) Regents namely Cliff Whiting, David Singh and Joseph Hohepa Mapiria Murphy to draft up laws for the sovereign right here in Aotearoa, NZ. A Regent as defined in legal terms is, quote “a person who exercises the ruling power in a kingdom during the minority, absence, or other disability of the sovereign.” Unquote. Maori are the sovereigns, are a minority and are - under a disability at this present time. This was a directive upon all ministers of the Crown and all judges and Departments of the Crown. They are to do so in a way that reaffirms the Rangatiratanga (Sovereignty) of Maori as stated in Article 2 of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, (TTWMML Act).

Sovereign Law. Within the Act the key words to listen to are these, “Shall!” in each sub section you will hear the word “Shall”, the missing words are “The Parliament of Westminster.” So you listen to the word “Parliament” which means “the Parliament of Westminster” has made an Act through three regents who are members of the Privy Council in the House of the Spiritual Temple in the Common House of Lords of the Parliament of Westminster who reside personally here, right here in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Now the key words are “shall” and “control” and “the power” in Part XIII of the TTWMML Act 1993, which allows a Maori incorporation to alter, add too or replace any parts of their constitution under any provision of the Act, or any regulations made under the Act, or any other enactment and the general law. They can change their fulfil rights, powers and privileges in full capacity to exercise. Now listen to this. The Act reads; “Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, Section 2. Interpretation of Act generally— (1) it is the intention of Parliament that the provisions of this Act shall be interpreted in a manner that best furthers the principals set out in the preamble to this Act.”. What is in the preamble of this Act, Te Tiriti 0 Waitangi, Kawanatanga (governorship) for the

protection of Rangatiratanga (sovereignty), and to have a court to assist it in the necessary mechanisms to create any law, statute, regulation or limitation they choose to; that’s in the preamble to this Act. Now subsection (2) of Section 2, - Without limiting the generality of subsection (1) of this section, it is the intention of Parliament that powers, duties, and discretion’s conferred by this Act shall be exercised, as far as possible, in a manner that facilitates and promotes the retention, use, development, and control of Maori land as taonga tuku iho (forests, fisheries and other taonga) by Maori owners, their whanau, their hapu, and their descendants. So, when you take a look at the common law you see the decision made by Lord Davey, that the Crown lacked un-review-able prerogative power in relation to the Native Title, who were unwilling to accept that a Crown grant amounted to the extinguishment of that Native Title and so, there is no land in NZ that is not Maori customary land, it is only deemed Crown land for certain purposes.

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(3) In the event of any conflict in meaning between the Maori and the English versions of the Preamble, the Maori version shall prevail. So in the Maori version of the preamble the key word in the preamble is “Tika”. Now, when you

look at the word deemed, in the eyes of a Maori arguing a word saying deemed and that is “to be” you would read Section 144 of the Act “Maori Customary Land deemed (to be) Crown Land for certain purposes, or you can read it as, “Maori Customary Land for the time being Crown Land”. . Subsection (3) of Section 2 states” In any conflict between the Maori and the English version of the preamble, the Maori version shall prevail. Alright, now I go to Section 17 of Te Ture Whenua Maori Amendment Act 1994, sub Section (3) states that” A Maori incorporation made by special resolution of the owners may alter, add to or replace its constitution in accordance with any provision of this Act or any regulations made under this Act. Such provisions are, under Section 144, if it says Maori Customary Land deemed Crown Land, it could be added to, altered or replaced, the word “deemed”. You take the English words out and you say it as you really want it, but as the Maori people really wanted it. Moreover, they say it is Maori Customary Land for the time being, Crown Land. Maori Financial Position Today. The Trustee of the biggest Bank in the whole entire World, are the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew. They are the Trustees to the biggest Bank in the World. That is where all these Banks, multi

national corporations and other financial institutions loan money from. They get their money from this Bank held by those three Trustees. They go to the Beehive in Wellington, borrow their funds, and lend to other nations from that one Bank. I KNOW THIS!!! Have you seen one of those unclaimed dividends? Let us go down to basics. If you walked into the Maori Land Court or the office of the Maori Trustee and picked up the ledger containing unclaimed dividends of the Maori Trustee. Now ever since 1846 right up until today there has been lease money. A lease to the Government, who leased lands to the European settlers and the Company’s all over the motu. . (except Maori native drib drabs – some ones hand writing). In 1852 the same, the Parliament was subject to the same thing. They paid taxes and rent to the British Crown. That fund is collected by the British Crown held in the Bank of New Zealand annually, the interest added on top of that, just think here, just the interest to the Reserved Bank of New Zealand, but really the British Crown has been transferring that fund to a Bank called Akaroa, this is the truth of the matter. The Bank of NZ based in England has been depositing into the Bank of Akaroa, which is now being over “umbrellaed” under the Reserve Bank of NZ. The interest has been deposited into

that Akaroa Bank; the principal sum has been paid into the Trust account held by the King and Queen of Spain and This is the html version of the file
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Page 1 Interview with Hohepa Mapiria Joseph (“Joe”) Murphy Royal Regent, 7 July 2003. The Application of Maori Sovereignty in Aotearoa - New Zealand. On the fisheries issue, the Native title covers all land, natural and physical resources under Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) 1840 (TOW). Basically, the fisheries issue covers Customary Law and the Native Title, where it has not been extinguished. He Whakaputanga o Te Rangatira o Nga Uri o Nu Tireni (Declaration of Independence) 1835 (DOI) is still alive today, where? It currently exists Under Part XIII of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. The DOI was included in statute under Part 4 of the Maori Affairs Amendment Act 1967 however the New South Wales settlers Parliament (NZ Settlers Parliament), utilising the then Maori Affairs department made amendments to it to suit themselves rather than Maori. Now, the DOI is protected by the TOW, all those rights that existed before the TOW are protected. The first recorded document of the rights of Maori was the DOI. In the TOW they say Maori have ceded cession to the British Crown. Now, the DOI is protected by the TOW. There are two (2) documents of the Common Law between the DOI and the TOW. The first document is the feudal title of the Crown. The feudal title meaning the Crown is bound by their status in a hierarchy of reciprocal obligations of service and defence to Maori under the TOW. In simple terms the Crown have under the TOW, guaranteed Maori protection and justice if our rights are threatened here in Aotearoa, NZ. This came about by the standing orders of Lord Glenelg to Major General Bourke to protect the Maori people by military might in saying that, His Majesty King William will not fail to avail to the chiefs such protection, that’s military protection. The second document is the fiducial title of the Crown. The fiducial title meaning, the Crown

owes to Maori under the TOW, the duties of good faith, trust and confidence and must exercise a very high standard of care in managing our Mãori lands, resources, estates and funds. This came about by the Letters Patent issued by Lord Normanby to Lieutenant Consul William Hobson in 1839. That gives you a clearer understanding as to the purpose of the TOW 1840 and the recognition given to the DOI 1835 by the Crown and his Majesty King William. And so the TOW was put together to protect us against the evil consequences being the settlers who have escaped from their penitentiary (at the Prison colony in Australia) and were coming here, and who are still coming here to live on these lands, and so it was necessary under the preamble of the TOW that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II protected the Maori peoples rights against those evil consequences of the immigrant settlers. So the purpose of the TOW was to protect the Maori people against those evil consequences by setting up under Article I of the TOW. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the legal owner and Trustee of all the Maori people’s lands and natural and physical resources in Aotearoa, NZ forever. And so she became, as a matter of inheritance under the TOW, the legal Trustee and the legal owner of all land in NZ which is Maori Customary land deemed Crown Land. Under Article 2 of the TOW the Maori people retained their Sovereignty by the Queen granting to them the unqualified rights of possession of their lands, forests and fisheries and other taonga, which made the Maori people the legal beneficial and equitable owners, of all land in Page 2 Aotearoa, NZ. Therefore, it created a Trust where the Maori people, under the TOW had sovereignty over all people living within its domain. On the 6 February 1840 prior to the signing of the TOW, nga Rangatira (the chiefs), exercising their powers under Article 2 of the DOI, gave to the Crown, these people, they ceded sovereignty over the British subjects to the Queen. Nothing else. The Maori people gave to the Queen the pre-emptive right or first right to purchase lands before all others, or the first right to refuse, to the sale of any Maori land in Aotearoa, NZ however, Maori have not done that to date, and the Queen has not purchased one inch of soil in New Zealand .

Article 3 of the TOW gives the same right to the Maori people, to hold something similar, in equal measure to the Queen which of course is sovereignty. Therefore, the purchase of any land in New Zealand has to be conducted with the Queen directly. All other lands that are recorded in New Zealand, which Mãori have sold to any individual person, is an illegal sale. Any Maori who has sold to a European/immigrant or any European/immigrant who has brought from a Maori, it is not a legal sale. In law the beneficiary cannot sign any document, it is up to the Trustee, and that Trustee is the Queen. If a Maori signs his name to any land, forest, fisheries or other taonga, it is an improper sale. It is to be done through the British Crown. So any person who has purchased land directly from a Maori hasn’t purchased anything at all, that person was to apply to the British Crown to purchase land that the British Crown had already purchased from Maori, which has been nothing. The Queen as our Trustee knows what is happening socially, economically and politically here in NZ. She has eyes her ears in NZ here through members of her counsel who inform her of the social, economic and political matters affecting NZ and the way in which the Maori people have been treated and are currently being treated. The Introduction of Constitutional Law in New Zealand. After the TOW, there was the 1846 NZ Constitution Act. In that Act there was Section 9 and Section 10 which provided that Maori Customary laws were to be made by Maori self Government, Governments in their own native districts, and if they wanted their laws recognised internationally, they could do this through the Queen who issued letters patent more or less acknowledging receipt of those laws, and she placed them into the law of England right around the Common Wealth of the United Kingdom (UK) and enforces them back into Aotearoa, NZ. Now a similar thing happened in 1852 under the 1852 NZ Constitution Act of the United Kingdom (UK), Section 71 stated the same thing that Maori customary laws were to be made by Maori self Government. So the 1846 New Zealand Constitution Act was created to restrain the Governor from governing over Maori which preserved Article 2 of the TOW 1840, Maori Govern over themselves, Tino Rangatiratanga, which preserved the DOI 1835 before that.

Now the settlers were granted their right by warrant to govern themselves under the 1852 NZ Constitution Act. Section 71 of that Act told the European Government lay off! Maori Govern themselves under their own laws in their own districts, and were entitled to International recognition by Letters Patent through the British Queen, who issued those Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, enforcing them into the law of England and into the law of New Zealand, that was in 1852. Page 3 The next Act, Native Districts Regulations Act 1858. Where lands were unextinguished of the Native Title, the Government, Maori Government, would appoint justices of the peace or native assessors, to create jurisdiction in summary proceedings and, in that same year (1858) the Native Circuit Courts Act came into play, which provided for one Magistrate, and one Native assessor. So all Courts in NZ, were, since 1858, and are currently today, suppose to have one Native assessor (Maori) and one Magistrate (European) sitting up on the bench before any decision was or is lawful or legal. Today and of yesterday there has only been one judge, a European magistrate. Why? Because this and other successive governments have been acting insubordinate of the laws set down by the Queen through the Crown, the Privy Council and the Common Wealth of the UK. In other words, this action has been, and still is, an act of treason by the NZ Settlers Parliament and successive Settlers Parliaments and the penalty for treason is death! So Maori should have equal representation in all courts in New Zealand under the Queens law, the Queen who has the rightful ownership, the legal ownership of New Zealand and who is, along with Maori, the legal sovereign’s of all British subjects living in Aotearoa, New Zealand. There are quite a few Maori out there who believe they have lost their land. In fact, they have not lost any land; they have been tricked and deceived into believing they have by this New Zealand Settler Parliament’s conspiracy which has been ongoing for the past 157 years. I have placed the lands of our ancestors in Aotearoa, New Zealand, back in the hands of their

descendants as kaitiaki/owners, which is of course the whole of the country, te Ika (the fish/North Is) me te Waka (the canoe/South Is) a Maui (of Maui). Many Maori people today are angry, upset and frustrated about the way in which their lands have been and are being forcefully taken and abused, the way in which their natural resources are being raped and depleted and the way in which their people are being treated socially, economically and politically. When all this stress mounts up they are compelled to take matters into their own hands with actions such as protests and occupations and when their point is not being heard, recognised or acknowledged by the assumed authorities they turn violent and vengeful and take their frustrations out on either their own whanau or the general public. Of course, one would understand their anger and frustration but violence and vengeance is not the way to go. It is simply a matter of pitching the law against the law. The courts in NZ here are the proper place to challenge the law but you must know the law first before you can challenge the law. To be radical attracts radicalness. Those are the words of the most radical of Justices of the Privy Council, Lord Denning. Whilst minding my own business, acting for myself in court, I didn’t go saying I’m the legal sovereign, and I didn’t jump up and down, I wrote it on a piece of paper and handed that paper to the presiding judge, that is my gun. Put all those acts together, NZ Constitution Act 1846 Section’s 9 and 10 and the Royal Charter which stated, I quote, “on the British Crowns Royal Charter, in cases arising between the aboriginal inhabitants of NZ alone, the courts and magistrates shall uphold, (the words “shall uphold”) Maori customary laws and usage’s as aforesaid” unquote. That is what is stated in the Royal Charter (Magna Carta) of the Parliament of Westminster concerning NZ, who enacted Section’s 9 and 10 of the NZ Constitution Act 1846, which is a Page 4 common law doctrine and statute, Internationally recognised. That statute and that common law doctrine used together, forms the common law under statute of Maori Customary law. Then in 1901 in the judgement of the Privy Council where Lord Phillimore was presiding, he

stated in his decision in the case “Hineiti Rirerire Arani versus The Public Trustee of NZ”, he stated that, I quote “Maori customary law enjoyed legal status in European Colonial courts in NZ, in the absence of any statute indicating otherwise, that statute being enacted by the Native inhabitants themselves.” Unquote. Now what that decision did, was it entrenched that Maori customary law is to be legally recognised in every court in NZ, and the same to the decision of Lord Davey in 1900 1901 where he made a decision in “Nihara Tamaki versus Baker”, where the Crown refused, in fact they were devoid actually, they refused to accept, that the issue of a Crown grant amounted to this extinguishment of the Native title. He stated numerous statutes in the common law which are referring to the Native title or such like, of tenure of land under custom and usage which was neither known to lawyers nor discoverable by them by evidence. When he made that statement, he said that the lawyers in NZ were just too plum lazy to look in the statutes, he defined that the Native title had not been extinguished. Once it reached that point, the Privy Council heard it, and under investigation, they found that the Crown has not purchased one inch of soil in NZ. That is what they found and therefore, the Crown lacked unreviewable prerogative power in relation to the Native title. That shook the NZ Settlers Parliament, then they changed their voting system and they went on the populist sovereignty model because they owned no land. No land, no kingdom, no sovereignty. We have served an affidavit on the NZ Settlers Parliament stating the facts about Maori sovereignty and self Governance under the DOI, TOW and the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, and we have found that when we are looking at the Government of today, after all those documents have been served on them and the Governor General, we find that they are chasing their tails and jumping up and down, you’ll see them jumping around in parliament, and it makes you laugh, because you know what you’ve done. The problem is, they (New Zealand Settlers Parliament) can not find it in themselves to completely admit that they have made a big mistake, an error in judgement. I was putting it too them in this way, giving them the opportunity to change, and they are trying

to bring about change, but as quietly and as softly as they can. That is what they are doing right now. But the moment you start or they start getting violent, is the time for Maori to exert their right and recall for the standing orders of Lord Glenelg to Major General Bourke and the Letters Patent from Lord Normanby, the Secretary of Colonies and war, to Lieutenant Consul William Hobson (latter Governor of NZ), their judgements, their directions, to be enforced. Once those standing orders are called for, then the Maori people don’t exercise the fear or need to get angry or argue, we just leave it to the British Crown to solve under their feudal and fiducial titles for protection of the Maori people. We let them do the pointing of the gun, which is what the TOW is all about. Now today, we leave things as they are, in the hope that these people, in Wellington, will exercise fairness. If we don’t get any satisfaction from the NZ Settlers Parliament, then its time to call for those standing orders. A time limit has been set for the NZ Settlers Parliament to comply. Maori must have control of their lands and resources by the year 2005. This was the three regent’s determination of how long it is going to take. Page 5 From 1986 to the year 2005 Maori should be in control as it states in Section 2 of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993 which is, and shall, bind the Crown under the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. In 1993 comes in an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act. This Act was an Act that was brought into existence by the Parliament of Westminster, whom appointed three (3) Regents namely Cliff Whiting, David Singh and Joseph Hohepa Mapiria Murphy to draft up laws for the sovereign right here in Aotearoa, NZ. A Regent as defined in legal terms is, quote “a person who exercises the ruling power in a kingdom during the minority, absence, or other disability of the sovereign.” Unquote. Maori are the sovereigns, are a minority and are - under a disability at this present time. This was a directive upon all ministers of the Crown and all judges and Departments of the Crown. They are to do so in a way that reaffirms the Rangatiratanga (Sovereignty) of Maori as stated in Article 2 of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, (TTWMML Act). Sovereign Law.

Within the Act the key words to listen to are these, “Shall!” in each sub section you will hear the word “Shall”, the missing words are “The Parliament of Westminster.” So you listen to the word “Parliament” which means “the Parliament of Westminster” has made an Act through three regents who are members of the Privy Council in the House of the Spiritual Temple in the Common House of Lords of the Parliament of Westminster who reside personally here, right here in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Now the key words are “shall” and “control” and “the power” in Part XIII of the TTWMML Act 1993, which allows a Maori incorporation to alter, add too or replace any parts of their constitution under any provision of the Act, or any regulations made under the Act, or any other enactment and the general law. They can change their fulfil rights, powers and privileges in full capacity to exercise. Now listen to this. The Act reads; “Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, Section 2. Interpretation of Act generally— (1) it is the intention of Parliament that the provisions of this Act shall be interpreted in a manner that best furthers the principals set out in the preamble to this Act.”. What is in the preamble of this Act, Te Tiriti 0 Waitangi, Kawanatanga (governorship) for the protection of Rangatiratanga (sovereignty), and to have a court to assist it in the necessary mechanisms to create any law, statute, regulation or limitation they choose to; that’s in the preamble to this Act. Now subsection (2) of Section 2, - Without limiting the generality of subsection (1) of this section, it is the intention of Parliament that powers, duties, and discretion’s conferred by this Act shall be exercised, as far as possible, in a manner that facilitates and promotes the retention, use, development, and control of Maori land as taonga tuku iho (forests, fisheries and other taonga) by Maori owners, their whanau, their hapu, and their descendants. So, when you take a look at the common law you see the decision made by Lord Davey, that the Crown lacked un-review-able prerogative power in relation to the Native Title, who were unwilling to accept that a Crown grant amounted to the extinguishment of that Native Title and so, there is no land in NZ that is not Maori customary land, it is only deemed Crown land for certain purposes.

Page 6 (3) In the event of any conflict in meaning between the Maori and the English versions of the Preamble, the Maori version shall prevail. So in the Maori version of the preamble the key word in the preamble is “Tika”. Now, when you look at the word deemed, in the eyes of a Maori arguing a word saying deemed and that is “to be” you would read Section 144 of the Act “Maori Customary Land deemed (to be) Crown Land for certain purposes, or you can read it as, “Maori Customary Land for the time being Crown Land”. . Subsection (3) of Section 2 states” In any conflict between the Maori and the English version of the preamble, the Maori version shall prevail. Alright, now I go to Section 17 of Te Ture Whenua Maori Amendment Act 1994, sub Section (3) states that” A Maori incorporation made by special resolution of the owners may alter, add to or replace its constitution in accordance with any provision of this Act or any regulations made under this Act. Such provisions are, under Section 144, if it says Maori Customary Land deemed Crown Land, it could be added to, altered or replaced, the word “deemed”. You take the English words out and you say it as you really want it, but as the Maori people really wanted it. Moreover, they say it is Maori Customary Land for the time being, Crown Land. Maori Financial Position Today. The Trustee of the biggest Bank in the whole entire World, are the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew. They are the Trustees to the biggest Bank in the World. That is where all these Banks, multi national corporations and other financial institutions loan money from. They get their money from this Bank held by those three Trustees. They go to the Beehive in Wellington, borrow their funds, and lend to other nations from that one Bank. I KNOW THIS!!! Have you seen one of those unclaimed dividends? Let us go down to basics. If you walked into the Maori Land Court or the office of the Maori Trustee and picked up the ledger containing unclaimed dividends of the Maori Trustee. Now ever since 1846 right up until today there has been lease money. A lease to the

Government, who leased lands to the European settlers and the Company’s all over the motu. . (except Maori native drib drabs – some ones hand writing). In 1852 the same, the Parliament was subject to the same thing. They paid taxes and rent to the British Crown. That fund is collected by the British Crown held in the Bank of New Zealand annually, the interest added on top of that, just think here, just the interest to the Reserved Bank of New Zealand, but really the British Crown has been transferring that fund to a Bank called Akaroa, this is the truth of the matter. The Bank of NZ based in England has been depositing into the Bank of Akaroa, which is now being over “umbrellaed” under the Reserve Bank of NZ. The interest has been deposited into that Akaroa Bank; the principal sum has been paid into the Trust account held by the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew right now. Every year the funds go in that fashion. The funds that have been expended in NZ by the NZ Settlers Parliament for their administration and all of that is merely the interest. Therefore, it is Page 7 Maori money that is keeping this country going. Now, the principal sum is being held by the United Nations the principal sum of that amount. The Trustees appointed for that fund are the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew at the moment. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) borrows funds from there, and all the other World Banks, Banks through out the World borrow their funds from that one fund, from that principal sum. The Account held by the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew, is the biggest fund in the whole entire World. Lease Money and other Funds from the 74 nations of the Commonwealth are held in Trust in this bank. Now that fund, the principal sum is owned by the Maori people right here in Aotearoa, NZ, entirely. The key issue is that the British Crown is a Sovereign. Has a Sovereign interest through out the Pacific Ocean. Now listen to this Act concerning half castes and other persons living in the Pacific region, Section II Native Districts Regulations Act 1858, quote, “Half- castes and other persons of mixed race living as members of any Native tribe, and all aboriginal natives of any of the islands

of the Pacific Ocean, shall for the purposes of this Act be deemed to be persons of the Native race” unquote. What that is more or less saying is that a European, French, Spaniard, Chinese, or other settler, whilst living in Aotearoa, NZ, are classed as a person of the native race. All indigenous people of the-Pacific Ocean region come under Maori Sovereignty. And as far as the Treaty of Waitangi is concerned, it is a 50/50 partnership between the Crown & Maori concerning Sovereignty over the Pacific Ocean region, so Maori people and all the indigenous people of the Pacific Ocean region are the Sovereigns in their own right. Now, until the Maori people wake up and start taking their place in the great society of nations, then and only then would the wars against the Americans and people like Saddam Hussein cease. The Maori people are the only ones who can fix the problems that the nations of the Pacific Ocean region are currently having, as expressed in the recent Pacific Nations conference 2003. The Banks, multi national corporations and other financial institutions will still be in control of the financial world; however that is no concern of ours. What does concern us as sovereigns, is the estimated time where Maori should be in control of Aotearoa, NZ, this should be by the year 2005. From then on Maori will free the rest of the indigenous people of the Pacific Ocean region thereafter. I think all other issues are just issues of confusion. Douglas Meyers was the president of the business round table in NZ, living in Matauri Bay. We have a daughter of Matauri Bay right here in our midst. Douglas Meyers has now resigned from the business round table; and most if not all of these corporates have moved offshore, moved their businesses offshore, but are holding offshore until this matter with the TOW is settled. They had previously made investments in NZ and found them to be of no worth to them investing in NZ until that TOW is properly settled!!!!!!!! Challenging Jurisdiction of High Court or District Court Judges. This is what you say to the judge, (to the presiding Judge)... Sir, being a Native Indigenous Aborigine and therefore a sovereign of Aotearoa, NZ, I reckon I’m suppose to have a Native assessor up there by you to make sure that me and my people get a fair deal. If you’re going to sit there by yourself, then that’s not fair, that’s a total injustice.

Page 8 As your sovereign, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, under whom you swore your judicial oath, which is as follows;. Quote “I swear to uphold the laws of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II her heirs and successors according to law, without fear nor favour or ill will towards all men, so help me God” unquote. This book here, the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993 states, that this Act shall bind the Crown and so, if you deny me the use of this book and the laws within it and say to me, no I do not accept that, then you are saying to your sovereign that you are over stepping her, then you are in breach of your judicial oath and you are not exercising the law that binds the Crown, you are misbehaving by not upholding the laws of Her Majesty’ Queen Elizabeth II her heirs and successors according to law, and therefore, you are acting with misconduct as a judge. By the power vested in me under Section 12 of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, I will personally see to it that ‘your position as judge, be removed from you, so help you God. The penalty under the Crimes Act of your own Government for treason is death, and by/for any member of the judiciary it is imprisonment for life so help you God, and when you get there to prison you will meet the people who you put in there, yourself, other sovereigns like myself. Under the Native Circuit Courts Act 1858, number5, under section 32 of that Act. Such provisions come under Section 32 of the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. Section 33 TTWM, ML Act 1993. Additional members in relation to matters of representation (1) where a request is made to the Maori Land Court under section 30 (1) of this Act, the Chief Judge shall appoint two or more additional members (not being Judges of the Maori Land Court) to the Maori Land Court. (2) Each person appointed under subsection (1) of this section shall possess knowledge and experience relevant to the subject matter of the request. (3) The chief judge shall, before appointing any persons under subsection (1) of this section for the purposes of any request, consult, as the case may require, with the parties to the proceedings or with persons involved in the negotiations, consultations, allocations, or other matter about the knowledge and experience that any such person should possess. Section 62. Additional members with knowledge and experience in Tikanga Maori (1)

Notwithstanding anything in any other provisions of this Act, or any cases stated under Section 61(1) (b) of this Act, for the opinion of the Maori Appellate Court, the Chief Judge may, if any party to the proceedings so requests, direct that, for the purposes of the hearing of that case, the Maori Appellate court shall consist of—. (a) Three judges of the Maori Land Court; and. (b) One or two other members (not being judges of the Maori Land Court) to be appointed by the chief judge. (2) Each person appointed tinder subsection (1) (b) Of this section shall possess knowledge and experience of Tikanga Maori. (3) The Chief Judge shall, before appointing any person under subsection (I) (b) of this section for the purposes of any hearing, consult with the parties to the proceedings about the knowledge and experience of Tikanga Maori that any such person should possess. Interpretation of “Tikanga Maori” means “Maori Customary values and practices.” Where do you go and practice what is in accordance with Tikanga Maori? Back to your Marae. Where is the law that defines this, in the He Whakaputanga o te Rangatira o Nu Tirene (Declaration of Page 9 Independence) 1835 and Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treat)’ of Waitangi) 1840, and at what place are the creation and dispensation of laws to be made for Maori by Maori? At Waitangi Marae, Waitangi. Therefore, the court proceedings under Tikanga Maori shall be conducted by persons with the knowledge of Tikanga Maori, back at the Marae are Maori customary values and practices, and on sitting on that Marae, additional members and the judges of the Maori Land Court become a witness of the kawa of the Marae, hurinoa to tatou whare, those are the people within the house who are the judges. There are problems on our Marae today with entities such as Trust Boards created and constituted under the Maori Trust Boards Act 1955, Incorporated Societies and the sort whom are constituted under the New Zealand Settlers Parliament. They are however, artificial people or creatures and therefore, they do not settle between Maori and European, they are only settling a deal with themselves, not with Maori. Maori are a natural flesh and blood body, the NZ Parliament and all departments and people

within those departments operating under them are artificial bodies, corporately coloured entities or non living breathing flesh and blood creatures/animals. Maori Incorporations under Part XIII of Te Ture Whenua Maori. Maori Land Act 1993 (TTWM,ML Act 1993). When you come up against a Maori Incorporation under Statute of Law, it has the same powers as Parliament. When you’re dealing with Parliament your dealing with an animal, when you’re dealing with a Maori Incorporation your dealing with a natural person and a natural body. Section 35 of TTWM, ML Act 1993 will indicate for you what a Maori Land Court is; it has the same powers as the High Court, for example; Section 35. Fees and allowances —There shall be paid to any additional member of the Maori Land Court or Maori Appellate Court appointed under Section 28(1) or Section 31(1) or Section 33(1) of this Act or by an order in council made under section 27(1) of this Act, out of Public money, remuneration by way of fees, salary, or allowances and travelling allowances and expenses in accordance with the Fees and Travelling Allowances Act 1951, and the provisions of that Act shall apply accordingly as if the Maori Land Court or the Maori Appellate Court, as the case may require, were a statutory board within the meaning of that Act. As if, in which they are not a statutory board. The Jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court is this. Section 237 Jurisdiction of Court generally — (1). Subject to express provisions of this Part of this Act, in respect of any trust to which this section applies, the Maori Land Court shall have and may exercise all the same powers and authorities as the High Court has (whether by statute or by any rule of law or by virtue of its inherent jurisdiction) in respect of trusts generally. (2) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section shall limit or affect the jurisdiction of the High Court. So therefore the MLC has the same jurisdiction as the High Court, but the High Court’s jurisdiction is still retained for the benefit of the settlers and not Maori and so when you talk of the High Court the Maori Land Court and any other court for that matter, it is not a statutory body, but a Maori incorporation is a statutory body independent, stands alone by Section 150,

under the provisions of Section 150, the Maori Land Court has no jurisdiction over a Maori incorporation. Page 10 Section 150 TTWM Act 1993 — Manner of alienation of undivided interests — (1) No undivided interest in any Maori freehold land may be alienated otherwise than by vesting order made by the court under Part VIII of this Act, unless the court is of the opinion that the arrangement or agreement of the parties should be given affect to by memorandum of transfer, and so orders. (2) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section applies in relation to the alienation of (a) Shares in a Maori incorporation: (b) Interests in shares in a Maori incorporation: (c) Beneficial interests in land that, by virtue of Section 250 (2) of this Act, remain vested in the several owners of that land despite the vesting of the legal estate in fee simple in that land in a Maori incorporation. (3) No other interests in any Maori freehold land may be alienated otherwise than by;. (a) An instrument of alienation, executed and attested in accordance with the rules of the court, and con firmed by the court under Part VIII of this Act; or;. (b) a vesting order made by the Court under that Part:. (4) Nothing in subsection (3) of this section applies in relation to the alienation of any interest in Maori freehold land that —. (a) is effected — (i) by a Maori incorporation; or (ii) by the trustees of any trust constituted under Part X of this Act; and. (b) Is not an alienation by way of sale or gift? This means that a Maori incorporation is totally independent from any other court. No other court has jurisdiction over a Maori incorporation, and so when you walk into the District court or the magistrate’s court you say, my jurisdiction, I challenge your jurisdiction over me because I am a beneficiary of a Maori incorporation, I am tangata whenua. You can go through a process if you like, or you can go through by your own will. As the whakatauaki says, “A lone tree in the forest is easy to bend and to break”. If you go in an incorporated way under a Maori incorporation nothing can break you, because it is like a big animal, there are many tentacles to a Maori incorporation. It can suck the life out of you if you oppose it or it can suck the life out of your adversary, this is a Maori incorporation, this is a sovereign. What is sovereignty; I will give you an understanding of what sovereignty is.

Sovereignty in the legal term when you’re using it against the settlers in a court of law you must be describing what sovereignty is, and according to Vattel, an old English writer on international law, sovereignty is vested in the ruler of the land. It is a society of people who have united together to procure their safety and welfare. They govern themselves under their own laws, this is sovereignty. I will describe to-you what the common law is. The common law is a judgement made by the Privy Council. The common law of the UK is made by the Privilege Council of the monarch; in this case Her Majesty Queen-Elizabeththe-Second. When a decision is made from there it becomes a common law. The common law of the UK in relation to NZ preserves the Maori customary law in a judgement of Lord Phillimore in 1901. Case, Hineiti Rirerire Arani versus the Public Trustee, on the customary law, based on the statute, the 1846 New Zealand Constitution Act and 1852 NZ Constitution Act; those are the Page 11 statutes of the common law being upheld by the Privy Council in their judgement that forms the common law. As to the extinguishment of our customary rights in our lands, forests, fisheries and other taonga which includes human resources. Lord Davey in a case, Nireaha Tamaki vs Baker, and in the United States, Johnstone vs Macintosh. Lord Davey stated that the issue of a Crown grant does not amount to extinguishment of the Native Title and now that the case has been up before the Privy Council, the highest court in the land, the Crown lacked unreviewable prerogative power in relation to the Native Title. The Native Title being, all the rights, powers and privileges existing prior to the Treaty of Waitangi. Government after that decision, a year following created a statute, trying to over rule the common law of the UK and they did it again here (New Zealand) in a case called Willis vs the Attorney General, in the case where it affected the Bishop of Wellington to a title of land and an agreement between the tribes in Wellington, that the bishop of Wellington might be able to build a school.

The government issued a Crown grant to the Bishop of Wellington and was held in the High Court of Appeal that the Crown grant gave the Bishop of Wellington full title to the land. The appeal went to the Privy Council via Willis vs The Attorney General. Presiding on the Privy Council was Lord Mac-Naughten who stated, “We will have none of that.” The court was not an instrument of executive dictate, it was up to the court to determine what a breach of trust was and Lord Mac-Naughten squashed the Crown grant issued to the Bishop of Wellington because it was insufficient. Reason being, because the Crown had not purchased one inch of soil in New Zealand and I state an italic by way of first right of pre-emption and the first right of refusal. Now when that decision went to the Privy Council Lord Mac-Naughten stated that, “it was rather late in the day for the Colonial bench to deny the Native title legal status” and so in 1947 the Government adopting the Statutes of Westminster Act which gave them full power to make laws for themselves it was subject to Section 8 which stated this, quote “Nothing in this Act shall give any power to repeal the Constitution Act of the Colony of Australia or the Constitution Act of the Dominion of NZ” unquote. Again, years go by and in 1986 the NZ Settlers Parliament breached the Statutes of Westminster Adoption Act 1947 and repealed the NZ Constitution Act 1852 and on repealing the Constitution Act of New Zealand they gave it full power and chopped off their own neck because by the Constitution Act 1852 it was by that Statute that they obtained from the British Crown a warrant to Govern themselves and they gave themselves full power to chop off their own heads by repealing the NZ Constitution Act 1852. New Zealand now stands in limbo. The NZ Settlers Parliament has no legal nor lawful Constitution. Three Regents of Her Majesty’s put together an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori Act, Maori Bill, and in doing so, the Government enacted the Conservation Act 1987. The Regents put on hold by the Common law that private land under the Conservation Act means land referred to in the Maori Land Act 1993 or Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993. That was to come into force some years later.

In the mean time in the year 1987, those three Regents put into force the Imperial Laws Application Act 1988. Section 5 of that Act states that the common law of the United Kingdom Page 12 shall form part of the law of NZ, reference behind that was the Privy Council decision in 1947 concerning the Statutes of Westminster Adoption Act. Following that came into place in 1991 the Resource Management Act; resource management was for the managers to act as interim managers of the resources. That meant that the Local Governments and the Minister of Conservation, had to manage the resources and the conservation of those resources until the Maori Land Act could be put into place and enacted into NZ. That Act took place in 1993 being the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. Three Regents of Her Majesty’s put together an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori Act, Maori Bill, and in doing so, the Government enacted the Conservation Act 1987. The Regents put on hold by the Common law that private land under the Conservation Act means land referred to in the Maori Land Act 1993 or Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993. That was to come into force some years later. In 1995 the land was conquered by International Law, it was taken under the law of conquest of International Law. This occurred when the flags on the 6 of February 1995, the flags of the NSW and NZ Company hit the ground, the Governor Generals flag as the representative of the Crown came down and hit the ground. The NZ “rag” (or flag) was trampled into the ground. The declaration of war was placed to the Governor-General against the New Zealand Parliament by Maori, and when all the flags hit the ground at the Treaty grounds in Waitangi in 1995 the Maori flag went up and hit the top of the mast, the Maori people had conquered back Aotearoa, NZ. In 1996 the Fisheries Act was put into place, was enacted and now it is up to Maori under the provisions of Section 17, amending Section 268 Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993 subsection (3) stating that, a Maori incorporation by special resolution of the owners or shareholders may alter, add to or replace its constitution in accordance with any provision of

this Act or any regulations made under this Act. This includes the provisions of Section 253 which states that, subject to this Act, Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act and any other enactment and the General Law made by Parliament or any statute. Subject to this Act the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act and any other enactment both International and National, and the general law made by parliament, subject to this Act and any other enactment and the general law, every Maori incorporation made by Special Resolution including in its constitution or any restrictions imposed by the court shall have both within and outside NZ, full capacity in the discharge of its obligation of the trust in the best interests of the shareholders, to carry on or undertake any business or activity, do any act, or enter into any transaction and, for the purposes of paragraph 3(a) of this section, full rights, powers, and privileges. What it says is that, a Maori incorporation by the blink of an eye in front of a court of law in any court in NZ or in any international court, Maori by special resolution says, meet my eye, hold on judge, we are just going outside and we are going to pass a resolution changing the law, we think its about time we passed a resolution, we’re going to change that law under Section 253 of TTWM,ML Act 1993, subject to this Act and any other enactment and the general law made by Parliament. You can change the law in an instant, bang! In Section 5 of TTWM,ML Act, it says, “This Act shall bind the Crown”, so the Crown has said, we can change it, we can change any law. You can add to it, alter it or replace it and we have full rights, powers and privileges to do that. Page 13 In all the cases that I have been involved with myself personally, before this Corporation business started up I was exercising the same thing, my rights as a sovereign. The people were asking me, how come you’re getting away with a lot of things that we don’t get away with. And I said “well I’m just doing my own thing, minding my own business, applying the law, and I’m getting away with it, that’s all.” At the end of the day, it is the quality of your lawful and/or legal argument. When other people try it out and fail, they fail because they have not learnt the

law properly. I have heard Judges running out of the court room, they say ah, we’ll adjourn, they read the affidavit and then they adjourn and they say we’ll adjourn till 1 o’clock and then you look out the window on your side and you see the judge still in his robe he’s running out to the car, hops in and takes off. In an hours time your sitting and waiting for him and the registrar comes up and says the judge wont be back today, because of this and that and so and so whilst putting on a brave face. MAUI. The Maui Report. I am the Chief Registrar of Maori Law Society, Nga Tikanga Maori Society. Mr Mapiria Matua who is the Crown? The British Crown of England. Where do Maori derive their authority from? Maori derive their authority from the Declaration of Independence 1835. Where does the British Crown derive their authority from in New Zealand? Article 2 of the Declaration of Independence the Chiefs exercise their powers in that Article 2 of the Declaration in appointing the British Crown of England in the Te Tiriti of Waitangi.1840. Now where does the Settlers and Immigrants Parliament derive their authority from? They derive their authority from the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 no relationship to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi 1840 nor the Declaration, of Independence 1835. What is the British Crown Protectorate Laws for Maori in the Dominion of New Zealand? The Dominion of New Zealand is the Maori nation under that Dominion. It is independent and the Protectorate Laws that have been put into place by the British Crown starts from the New Zealand Constitution Act 1846 s10 of that enactment states that in cases arising between the Aboriginal inhabitants of New Zealand alone... The Courts and Magistrates of the same province.., shall enforce such native [Maori tangata whenua] laws, customs and usages as aforesaid. The other Protectorate mechanism is the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 in which constitutes to Settlers and immigrants Parliament and Government of themselves and s7i of that, Act continues Article 2 of the te Tiriti o Waitangi. Following that enactment was the Native District Regulations Act 1858 no [41]. Under this particular statute all the laws of were

assented to by the native inhabitants Maori as well as British crown In the same year the Native Circuit Courts Act 1858 no [5] under s32 of that enactment Maori had their own Assessors Court which had the civil and criminal jurisdiction and a constabulary to enforce their lores. In 1894 enactment was the Native Land Courts Act [part 11] which formed the basis of present day Maori Incorporations, which put into place provisions of Article 3 of the Te Tiriti of Waitangi. Where it was Maori shall have the same in equal measure as: that under her constitution she has for her subjects. For the arrangement therefore and for the agreement concerning the Government of the Queen all the Maori people of New Zealand will be protected by the Queen of England and will give to them all the rights and duties in Equal Measure that apply under Her Constitution to Page 14 people of England. And in relation to the Treaty of Waitangi there was also the Statutes of Westminster Act adopted by the New Zealand Settler Government on 11 November 1947. S8 of that enactment provides that nothing in that Act gives any authority to alter or repeal the constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New Zealand. However that Act provided that the Settler Parliament could make full laws for themselves without assistance from the Parliament of Westminster. However in 1986 the Settlers Parliament upon presumption repealed the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852, which in fact removed the ability to govern themselves!!!! In 1988 the Imperial Laws Applications Act 1988 was enacted and reverted back to the Common Law of England. Now enacted as protection statute in New Zealand is Te Ture Whenua Maori Act. Part 13 of that enactment refers to Maori Incorporations or Te Whakaminenga. That part of the Act still portrays the Declaration of Independence 1835. However in more clarified form it is the magnetism for Maori to establish their Government, Court structures and institutions. They have a mandatory and statutory, an autonomous right to legislate on Maori customary law, Clearly defined the Declaration of Independence 1835 Article 1 expresses this nation is

independent under the Dominion of New Zealand. Article 2 declares the sovereignty of all who were living within or within its territories Article 3 expresses that when the Whakaminenga assembles at Waitangi in the autumn months of February so it has been, they will enact their laws. Article 4 indicates the flag adopted by the Chiefs and accepted by King William IV the preamble of the Treaty of Waitangi indicates the intention of the British crown and the protection of all the rights and the property rights belong to Maori prior to the Treaty of Waitangi. And the continuance of the protection of those property rights. In the preamble also contains the concession that Maori made to the Crown in the statement that in the English translation of the Maori version “The Chiefs for the Government of the Queen to be upon all the places of this land and Islands because this is the cessation because also there are many of her people many other people of her tribe who live and will live on these lands and that is to say that Maori conceded their sovereignty over the European settler back to the British Crown. None other. What is the statutory body that regulates and legislates customary law for Maori nationally and internationally Maori Incorporations are that body in exercise of their powers under s253, s253A and s268(3). Where there is a Maori incorporation where is the Maori Land Courts jurisdiction? The Maori Land court has no jurisdiction in a Maori Incorporation’s affairs. That was determined in 1986 by the Maori Appellate Court on 26 October 1988 at Rotorua, from minute book 32, folios 342-350 where the 3 Judges of the Appellate Court found that shareholders in the Maori Incorporation have no interest at law or at equity in land vested in the body corporate and therefore the Court has no power to make orders respect of such lands in terms of s31(a of the Maori Affairs Act 1953 They found that the Court s jurisdiction was defeated by part 4 of the Maori Affairs Amendment Act 1967 which is now part 13 of the Te Ture Whenua Maori Act and in relation to the case there exists a Maori incorporation in the Whangaroa District, namely Matauri X Incorporation who are affiliated members of the Nga Tikanga Maori Incorporation and in relation

to the whole of the North there are 17 other Maori Incorporations within the North from the Cape to Tamaki Makaurau, There are 2021 Maori Incorporations throughout New Zealand or Aotearoa. All independent in their own right as statutory and mandatory bodies. The representative of ManaTangata and Manawhenua. Page 15 What effect would the Land Court hearing by Judge Spencer and his determination have on the members of the Matauri Bay X Incorporation? None what so ever as he himself was one of those judges on the Maori Appellate Court who found they had no power and no authority. Is Te Ture Whenua Maori Land Act binding on the Crown? S5 of it states this Act shall emphasise the word “shall’, bind the Crown. S2 of the Act requires all Ministers of the Crown or Judges and the Department of Court Officials to uphold the preamble to the Act and reaffirm that on the Tikanga of Maori. right now. Every year the funds go in that fashion. The funds that have been expended in NZ by the NZ Settlers Parliament for their administration and all of that is merely the interest. Therefore, it is

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Maori money that is keeping this country going. Now, the principal sum is being held by the United Nations the principal sum of that amount. The Trustees appointed for that fund are the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew at the moment. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) borrows funds from there, and all the other World Banks, Banks through out the World borrow their funds from that one fund, from that principal sum. The Account held by the King and Queen of Spain and Prince Andrew, is the

biggest fund in the whole entire World. Lease Money and other Funds from the 74 nations of the Commonwealth are held in Trust in this bank. Now that fund, the principal sum is owned by the Maori people right here in Aotearoa, NZ, entirely. The key issue is that the British Crown is a Sovereign. Has a Sovereign interest through out the Pacific Ocean. Now listen to this Act concerning half castes and other persons living in the Pacific region, Section II Native Districts Regulations Act 1858, quote, “Half- castes and other persons of mixed race living as members of any Native tribe, and all aboriginal natives of any of the islands of the Pacific Ocean, shall for the purposes of this Act be deemed to be persons of the Native race” unquote. What that is more or less saying is that a European, French, Spaniard, Chinese, or other settler, whilst living in Aotearoa, NZ, are classed as a person of the native race. All indigenous people of the-Pacific Ocean region come under Maori Sovereignty. And as far as the Treaty of Waitangi is concerned, it is a 50/50 partnership between the Crown & Maori concerning Sovereignty over the Pacific Ocean region, so Maori people and all the indigenous people of the Pacific Ocean region are the Sovereigns in their own right. Now, until the Maori people wake up and start taking their place in the great society of nations, then and only then would the wars against the Americans and people like Saddam Hussein cease.

The Maori people are the only ones who can fix the problems that the nations of the Pacific Ocean region are currently having, as expressed in the recent Pacific Nations conference 2003. The Banks, multi national corporations and other financial institutions will still be in control of the financial world; however that is no concern of ours. What does concern us as sovereigns, is the estimated time where Maori should be in control of Aotearoa, NZ, this should be by the year 2005. From then on Maori will free the rest of the indigenous people of the Pacific Ocean region thereafter. I think all other issues are just issues of confusion. Douglas Meyers was the president of the business round table in NZ, living in Matauri Bay. We have a daughter of Matauri Bay right here in our midst. Douglas Meyers has now resigned from the business round table; and most if not all of these corporates have moved offshore, moved their businesses offshore, but are holding offshore until this matter with the TOW is settled. They had previously made investments in NZ and found them to be of no worth to them investing in NZ until that TOW is properly settled!!!!!!!! Challenging Jurisdiction of High Court or District Court Judges. This is what you say to the judge, (to the presiding Judge)... Sir, being a Native Indigenous Aborigine and therefore a sovereign of Aotearoa, NZ, I reckon I’m suppose to have a Native assessor up there by you to make sure that me and my people get a

fair deal. If you’re going to sit there by yourself, then that’s not fair, that’s a total injustice.

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As your sovereign, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, under whom you swore your judicial oath, which is as follows;. Quote “I swear to uphold the laws of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II her heirs and successors according to law, without fear nor favour or ill will towards all men, so help me God” unquote. This book here, the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993 states, that this Act shall bind the Crown and so, if you deny me the use of this book and the laws within it and say to me, no I do not accept that, then you are saying to your sovereign that you are over stepping her, then you are in breach of your judicial oath and you are not exercising the law that binds the Crown, you are misbehaving by not upholding the laws of Her Majesty’ Queen Elizabeth II her heirs and successors according to law, and therefore, you are acting with misconduct as a judge. By the power vested in me under Section 12 of Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993, I will personally see to it that ‘your position as judge, be removed from you, so help you God. The penalty under the Crimes Act of your own Government for treason is death, and by/for any member of the judiciary it is imprisonment for life so help you God, and when you get there to

prison you will meet the people who you put in there, yourself, other sovereigns like myself. Under the Native Circuit Courts Act 1858, number5, under section 32 of that Act. Such provisions come under Section 32 of the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. Section 33 TTWM, ML Act 1993. Additional members in relation to matters of representation (1) where a request is made to the Maori Land Court under section 30 (1) of this Act, the Chief Judge shall appoint two or more additional members (not being Judges of the Maori Land Court) to the Maori Land Court. (2) Each person appointed under subsection (1) of this section shall possess knowledge and experience relevant to the subject matter of the request. (3) The chief judge shall, before appointing any persons under subsection (1) of this section for the purposes of any request, consult, as the case may require, with the parties to the proceedings or with persons involved in the negotiations, consultations, allocations, or other matter about the knowledge and experience that any such person should possess. Section 62. Additional members with knowledge and experience in Tikanga Maori (1) Notwithstanding anything in any other provisions of this Act, or any cases stated under Section 61(1) (b) of this Act, for the opinion of the Maori Appellate Court, the Chief Judge may, if any party to the proceedings so requests, direct that, for the purposes of the hearing of that case,

the Maori Appellate court shall consist of—. (a) Three judges of the Maori Land Court; and. (b) One or two other members (not being judges of the Maori Land Court) to be appointed by the chief judge. (2) Each person appointed tinder subsection (1) (b) Of this section shall possess knowledge and experience of Tikanga Maori. (3) The Chief Judge shall, before appointing any person under subsection (I) (b) of this section for the purposes of any hearing, consult with the parties to the proceedings about the knowledge and experience of Tikanga Maori that any such person should possess. Interpretation of “Tikanga Maori” means “Maori Customary values and practices.” Where do you go and practice what is in accordance with Tikanga Maori? Back to your Marae. Where is the law that defines this, in the He Whakaputanga o te Rangatira o Nu Tirene (Declaration of

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Independence) 1835 and Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treat)’ of Waitangi) 1840, and at what place are the creation and dispensation of laws to be made for Maori by Maori? At Waitangi Marae, Waitangi. Therefore, the court proceedings under Tikanga Maori shall be conducted by persons with the knowledge of Tikanga Maori, back at the Marae are Maori customary values and practices, and

on sitting on that Marae, additional members and the judges of the Maori Land Court become a witness of the kawa of the Marae, hurinoa to tatou whare, those are the people within the house who are the judges. There are problems on our Marae today with entities such as Trust Boards created and constituted under the Maori Trust Boards Act 1955, Incorporated Societies and the sort whom are constituted under the New Zealand Settlers Parliament. They are however, artificial people or creatures and therefore, they do not settle between Maori and European, they are only settling a deal with themselves, not with Maori. Maori are a natural flesh and blood body, the NZ Parliament and all departments and people within those departments operating under them are artificial bodies, corporately coloured entities or non living breathing flesh and blood creatures/animals. Maori Incorporations under Part XIII of Te Ture Whenua Maori. Maori Land Act 1993 (TTWM,ML Act 1993). When you come up against a Maori Incorporation under Statute of Law, it has the same powers as Parliament. When you’re dealing with Parliament your dealing with an animal, when you’re dealing with a Maori Incorporation your dealing with a natural person and a natural body. Section 35 of TTWM, ML Act 1993 will indicate for you what a Maori Land Court is; it has the

same powers as the High Court, for example; Section 35. Fees and allowances —There shall be paid to any additional member of the Maori Land Court or Maori Appellate Court appointed under Section 28(1) or Section 31(1) or Section 33(1) of this Act or by an order in council made under section 27(1) of this Act, out of Public money, remuneration by way of fees, salary, or allowances and travelling allowances and expenses in accordance with the Fees and Travelling Allowances Act 1951, and the provisions of that Act shall apply accordingly as if the Maori Land Court or the Maori Appellate Court, as the case may require, were a statutory board within the meaning of that Act. As if, in which they are not a statutory board. The Jurisdiction of the Maori Land Court is this. Section 237 Jurisdiction of Court generally — (1). Subject to express provisions of this Part of this Act, in respect of any trust to which this section applies, the Maori Land Court shall have and may exercise all the same powers and authorities as the High Court has (whether by statute or by any rule of law or by virtue of its inherent jurisdiction) in respect of trusts generally. (2) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section shall limit or affect the jurisdiction of the High Court. So therefore the MLC has the same jurisdiction as the High Court, but the High Court’s

jurisdiction is still retained for the benefit of the settlers and not Maori and so when you talk of the High Court the Maori Land Court and any other court for that matter, it is not a statutory body, but a Maori incorporation is a statutory body independent, stands alone by Section 150, under the provisions of Section 150, the Maori Land Court has no jurisdiction over a Maori incorporation.

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Section 150 TTWM Act 1993 — Manner of alienation of undivided interests — (1) No undivided interest in any Maori freehold land may be alienated otherwise than by vesting order made by the court under Part VIII of this Act, unless the court is of the opinion that the arrangement or agreement of the parties should be given affect to by memorandum of transfer, and so orders. (2) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section applies in relation to the alienation of (a) Shares in a Maori incorporation: (b) Interests in shares in a Maori incorporation: (c) Beneficial interests in land that, by virtue of Section 250 (2) of this Act, remain vested in the several owners of that land despite the vesting of the legal estate in fee simple in that land in a Maori incorporation. (3) No other interests in any Maori freehold land may be alienated otherwise than by;.

(a) An instrument of alienation, executed and attested in accordance with the rules of the court, and con firmed by the court under Part VIII of this Act; or;. (b) a vesting order made by the Court under that Part:. (4) Nothing in subsection (3) of this section applies in relation to the alienation of any interest in Maori freehold land that —. (a) is effected — (i) by a Maori incorporation; or (ii) by the trustees of any trust constituted under Part X of this Act; and. (b) Is not an alienation by way of sale or gift? This means that a Maori incorporation is totally independent from any other court. No other court has jurisdiction over a Maori incorporation, and so when you walk into the District court or the magistrate’s court you say, my jurisdiction, I challenge your jurisdiction over me because I am a beneficiary of a Maori incorporation, I am tangata whenua. You can go through a process if you like, or you can go through by your own will. As the whakatauaki says, “A lone tree in the forest is easy to bend and to break”. If you go in an incorporated way under a Maori incorporation nothing can break you, because it is like a big animal, there are many tentacles to a Maori incorporation. It can suck the life out of you if you oppose it or it can suck the life out of your adversary, this is a Maori incorporation, this is a sovereign. What is sovereignty; I will give you an understanding of what sovereignty is.

Sovereignty in the legal term when you’re using it against the settlers in a court of law you must be describing what sovereignty is, and according to Vattel, an old English writer on international law, sovereignty is vested in the ruler of the land. It is a society of people who have united together to procure their safety and welfare. They govern themselves under their own laws, this is sovereignty. I will describe to-you what the common law is. The common law is a judgement made by the Privy Council. The common law of the UK is made by the Privilege Council of the monarch; in this case Her Majesty Queen-Elizabeththe-Second. When a decision is made from there it becomes a common law. The common law of the UK in relation to NZ preserves the Maori customary law in a judgement of Lord Phillimore in 1901. Case, Hineiti Rirerire Arani versus the Public Trustee, on the customary law, based on the statute, the 1846 New Zealand Constitution Act and 1852 NZ Constitution Act; those are the

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statutes of the common law being upheld by the Privy Council in their judgement that forms the common law. As to the extinguishment of our customary rights in our lands, forests, fisheries and other taonga

which includes human resources. Lord Davey in a case, Nireaha Tamaki vs Baker, and in the United States, Johnstone vs Macintosh. Lord Davey stated that the issue of a Crown grant does not amount to extinguishment of the Native Title and now that the case has been up before the Privy Council, the highest court in the land, the Crown lacked unreviewable prerogative power in relation to the Native Title. The Native Title being, all the rights, powers and privileges existing prior to the Treaty of Waitangi. Government after that decision, a year following created a statute, trying to over rule the common law of the UK and they did it again here (New Zealand) in a case called Willis vs the Attorney General, in the case where it affected the Bishop of Wellington to a title of land and an agreement between the tribes in Wellington, that the bishop of Wellington might be able to build a school. The government issued a Crown grant to the Bishop of Wellington and was held in the High Court of Appeal that the Crown grant gave the Bishop of Wellington full title to the land. The appeal went to the Privy Council via Willis vs The Attorney General. Presiding on the Privy Council was Lord Mac-Naughten who stated, “We will have none of that.” The court was not an instrument of executive dictate, it was up to the court to determine what a

breach of trust was and Lord Mac-Naughten squashed the Crown grant issued to the Bishop of Wellington because it was insufficient. Reason being, because the Crown had not purchased one inch of soil in New Zealand and I state an italic by way of first right of pre-emption and the first right of refusal. Now when that decision went to the Privy Council Lord Mac-Naughten stated that, “it was rather late in the day for the Colonial bench to deny the Native title legal status” and so in 1947 the Government adopting the Statutes of Westminster Act which gave them full power to make laws for themselves it was subject to Section 8 which stated this, quote “Nothing in this Act shall give any power to repeal the Constitution Act of the Colony of Australia or the Constitution Act of the Dominion of NZ” unquote. Again, years go by and in 1986 the NZ Settlers Parliament breached the Statutes of Westminster Adoption Act 1947 and repealed the NZ Constitution Act 1852 and on repealing the Constitution Act of New Zealand they gave it full power and chopped off their own neck because by the Constitution Act 1852 it was by that Statute that they obtained from the British Crown a warrant to Govern themselves and they gave themselves full power to chop off their own heads by repealing the NZ Constitution Act 1852.

New Zealand now stands in limbo. The NZ Settlers Parliament has no legal nor lawful Constitution. Three Regents of Her Majesty’s put together an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori Act, Maori Bill, and in doing so, the Government enacted the Conservation Act 1987. The Regents put on hold by the Common law that private land under the Conservation Act means land referred to in the Maori Land Act 1993 or Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993. That was to come into force some years later. In the mean time in the year 1987, those three Regents put into force the Imperial Laws Application Act 1988. Section 5 of that Act states that the common law of the United Kingdom

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shall form part of the law of NZ, reference behind that was the Privy Council decision in 1947 concerning the Statutes of Westminster Adoption Act. Following that came into place in 1991 the Resource Management Act; resource management was for the managers to act as interim managers of the resources. That meant that the Local Governments and the Minister of Conservation, had to manage the resources and the conservation of those resources until the Maori Land Act could be put into place and enacted

into NZ. That Act took place in 1993 being the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993. Three Regents of Her Majesty’s put together an Act called Te Ture Whenua Maori Act, Maori Bill, and in doing so, the Government enacted the Conservation Act 1987. The Regents put on hold by the Common law that private land under the Conservation Act means land referred to in the Maori Land Act 1993 or Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993. That was to come into force some years later. In 1995 the land was conquered by International Law, it was taken under the law of conquest of International Law. This occurred when the flags on the 6 of February 1995, the flags of the NSW and NZ Company hit the ground, the Governor Generals flag as the representative of the Crown came down and hit the ground. The NZ “rag” (or flag) was trampled into the ground. The declaration of war was placed to the Governor-General against the New Zealand Parliament by Maori, and when all the flags hit the ground at the Treaty grounds in Waitangi in 1995 the Maori flag went up and hit the top of the mast, the Maori people had conquered back Aotearoa, NZ. In 1996 the Fisheries Act was put into place, was enacted and now it is up to Maori under the provisions of Section 17, amending Section 268 Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act 1993

subsection (3) stating that, a Maori incorporation by special resolution of the owners or shareholders may alter, add to or replace its constitution in accordance with any provision of this Act or any regulations made under this Act. This includes the provisions of Section 253 which states that, subject to this Act, Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act and any other enactment and the General Law made by Parliament or any statute. Subject to this Act the Te Ture Whenua Maori, Maori Land Act and any other enactment both International and National, and the general law made by parliament, subject to this Act and any other enactment and the general law, every Maori incorporation made by Special Resolution including in its constitution or any restrictions imposed by the court shall have both within and outside NZ, full capacity in the discharge of its obligation of the trust in the best interests of the shareholders, to carry on or undertake any business or activity, do any act, or enter into any transaction and, for the purposes of paragraph 3(a) of this section, full rights, powers, and privileges. What it says is that, a Maori incorporation by the blink of an eye in front of a court of law in any court in NZ or in any international court, Maori by special resolution says, meet my eye, hold on judge, we are just going outside and we are going to pass a resolution changing the law, we think

its about time we passed a resolution, we’re going to change that law under Section 253 of TTWM,ML Act 1993, subject to this Act and any other enactment and the general law made by Parliament. You can change the law in an instant, bang! In Section 5 of TTWM,ML Act, it says, “This Act shall bind the Crown”, so the Crown has said, we can change it, we can change any law. You can add to it, alter it or replace it and we have full rights, powers and privileges to do that.

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In all the cases that I have been involved with myself personally, before this Corporation business started up I was exercising the same thing, my rights as a sovereign. The people were asking me, how come you’re getting away with a lot of things that we don’t get away with. And I said “well I’m just doing my own thing, minding my own business, applying the law, and I’m getting away with it, that’s all.” At the end of the day, it is the quality of your lawful and/or legal argument. When other people try it out and fail, they fail because they have not learnt the law properly. I have heard Judges running out of the court room, they say ah, we’ll adjourn, they read the affidavit and then they adjourn and they say we’ll adjourn till 1 o’clock and then you look out

the window on your side and you see the judge still in his robe he’s running out to the car, hops in and takes off. In an hours time your sitting and waiting for him and the registrar comes up and says the judge wont be back today, because of this and that and so and so whilst putting on a brave face. MAUI. The Maui Report. I am the Chief Registrar of Maori Law Society, Nga Tikanga Maori Society. Mr Mapiria Matua who is the Crown? The British Crown of England. Where do Maori derive their authority from? Maori derive their authority from the Declaration of Independence 1835. Where does the British Crown derive their authority from in New Zealand? Article 2 of the Declaration of Independence the Chiefs exercise their powers in that Article 2 of the Declaration in appointing the British Crown of England in the Te Tiriti of Waitangi.1840. Now where does the Settlers and Immigrants Parliament derive their authority from? They derive their authority from the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 no relationship to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi 1840 nor the Declaration, of Independence 1835.

What is the British Crown Protectorate Laws for Maori in the Dominion of New Zealand? The Dominion of New Zealand is the Maori nation under that Dominion. It is independent and the Protectorate Laws that have been put into place by the British Crown starts from the New Zealand Constitution Act 1846 s10 of that enactment states that in cases arising between the Aboriginal inhabitants of New Zealand alone... The Courts and Magistrates of the same province.., shall enforce such native [Maori tangata whenua] laws, customs and usages as aforesaid. The other Protectorate mechanism is the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 in which constitutes to Settlers and immigrants Parliament and Government of themselves and s7i of that, Act continues Article 2 of the te Tiriti o Waitangi. Following that enactment was the Native District Regulations Act 1858 no [41]. Under this particular statute all the laws of were assented to by the native inhabitants Maori as well as British crown In the same year the Native Circuit Courts Act 1858 no [5] under s32 of that enactment Maori had their own Assessors Court which had the civil and criminal jurisdiction and a constabulary to enforce their lores. In 1894 enactment was the Native Land Courts Act [part 11] which formed the basis of present day Maori Incorporations, which put into place provisions of Article 3 of the Te Tiriti of Waitangi. Where it

was Maori shall have the same in equal measure as: that under her constitution she has for her subjects. For the arrangement therefore and for the agreement concerning the Government of the Queen all the Maori people of New Zealand will be protected by the Queen of England and will give to them all the rights and duties in Equal Measure that apply under Her Constitution to

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people of England. And in relation to the Treaty of Waitangi there was also the Statutes of Westminster Act adopted by the New Zealand Settler Government on 11 November 1947. S8 of that enactment provides that nothing in that Act gives any authority to alter or repeal the constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New Zealand. However that Act provided that the Settler Parliament could make full laws for themselves without assistance from the Parliament of Westminster. However in 1986 the Settlers Parliament upon presumption repealed the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852, which in fact removed the ability to govern themselves!!!! In 1988 the Imperial Laws Applications Act 1988 was enacted and reverted back to the Common Law of England. Now enacted as protection statute in New Zealand is Te Ture Whenua Maori

Act. Part 13 of that enactment refers to Maori Incorporations or Te Whakaminenga. That part of the Act still portrays the Declaration of Independence 1835. However in more clarified form it is the magnetism for Maori to establish their Government, Court structures and institutions. They have a mandatory and statutory, an autonomous right to legislate on Maori customary law, Clearly defined the Declaration of Independence 1835 Article 1 expresses this nation is independent under the Dominion of New Zealand. Article 2 declares the sovereignty of all who were living within or within its territories Article 3 expresses that when the Whakaminenga assembles at Waitangi in the autumn months of February so it has been, they will enact their laws. Article 4 indicates the flag adopted by the Chiefs and accepted by King William IV the preamble of the Treaty of Waitangi indicates the intention of the British crown and the protection of all the rights and the property rights belong to Maori prior to the Treaty of Waitangi. And the continuance of the protection of those property rights. In the preamble also contains the concession that Maori made to the Crown in the statement that in the English translation of the Maori version “The Chiefs for the Government of the Queen to be upon all the places of this land and Islands because this is the cessation because also there are many of her

people many other people of her tribe who live and will live on these lands and that is to say that Maori conceded their sovereignty over the European settler back to the British Crown. None other. What is the statutory body that regulates and legislates customary law for Maori nationally and internationally Maori Incorporations are that body in exercise of their powers under s253, s253A and s268(3). Where there is a Maori incorporation where is the Maori Land Courts jurisdiction? The Maori Land court has no jurisdiction in a Maori Incorporation’s affairs. That was determined in 1986 by the Maori Appellate Court on 26 October 1988 at Rotorua, from minute book 32, folios 342-350 where the 3 Judges of the Appellate Court found that shareholders in the Maori Incorporation have no interest at law or at equity in land vested in the body corporate and therefore the Court has no power to make orders respect of such lands in terms of s31(a of the Maori Affairs Act 1953 They found that the Court s jurisdiction was defeated by part 4 of the Maori Affairs Amendment Act 1967 which is now part 13 of the Te Ture Whenua Maori Act and in relation to the case there exists a Maori incorporation in the Whangaroa District, namely Matauri X Incorporation who are affiliated members of the Nga Tikanga Maori Incorporation and in relation

to the whole of the North there are 17 other Maori Incorporations within the North from the Cape to Tamaki Makaurau, There are 2021 Maori Incorporations throughout New Zealand or Aotearoa. All independent in their own right as statutory and mandatory bodies. The representative of ManaTangata and Manawhenua.

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What effect would the Land Court hearing by Judge Spencer and his determination have on the members of the Matauri Bay X Incorporation? None what so ever as he himself was one of those judges on the Maori Appellate Court who found they had no power and no authority. Is Te Ture Whenua Maori Land Act binding on the Crown? S5 of it states this Act shall emphasise the word “shall’, bind the Crown. S2 of the Act requires all Ministers of the Crown or Judges and the Department of Court Officials to uphold the preamble to the Act and reaffirm that on the Tikanga of Maori.