On the 26th of May Stuff published another anti-white hit piece. A Reader Report section by Andrew McNaughton entitled “It’s not easy being Pākehā. Stop laughing. It isn’t” The opening paragraph presents the psychosis so common in the contemporary White liberal, one moment talking about Whites in the third person and then suddenly he is … Continue reading Anti-White Rhetoric in Mainstream Media
Category: Maori Separatism
Contra “One Nation, One People”
K R Bolton1234 words I was recently asked to write as book on the Kohimarama Conference, whereby in 1860 Māori chiefs from throughout New Zealand gathered at the invitation of Governor Gore Browne to debate the meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi, the Kingi revolt, and other issues, and to fully air any grievances. It … Continue reading Contra “One Nation, One People”
Waitangi, Sovereignty & Mana
Today it is no exaggeration to say that a fanciful, ongoing, ‘living’ reinterpretation of the Treaty is as total, dogmatic, and pervasive as Marxist ideology was in any Communist state.
Rupture ~ The Fall And Rise Of New Zealand.
C. McCabe. 4333 words. Our recent articles on Maori activism and separatism culminated in a hypothetical look at the creation of a Theocratic Ethno-state of Aotearoa for exclusive Maori sovereignty. The web site experienced a 400 per cent increase in month on month traffic, we appear to have struck a nerve!To explore the idea further … Continue reading Rupture ~ The Fall And Rise Of New Zealand.
New Zealand History V:
Part Five of Dr. Kerry Bolton's series on New Zeeland Histories addresses the myth of deliberate state sponsored linguicide in New Zealand. Research shows that it was the Maori leaders themselves that insisted there children were taught in English only.
Religion or Nation
Radical Maori activism is starting to look more like the subversive action of an aggressive foreign Nation State; what would happen if we treated them as such? A radical idea for a radical problem.
Where were YOU in ’81?
A Memoir K R Bolton. 3570 WORDS The Springbok tour of 1981 was apparently a defining moment for many New Zealanders. Forty years ago, during July, August and September, New Zealand came as close to civil war as it has seen. The National Government stubbornly resisted pressures from without and within to end relations with … Continue reading Where were YOU in ’81?
He Puapua and Nationalism
By C McCabe. 3300 words The extreme Left Labour Government of Jacinda Ardern may finally get caught out with the plan to hand over the sovereignty of New Zealand to an unelected coterie of Maori Tribal elite engaged in a long term plan to subvert our system of government to permanent Tribal rule. The question … Continue reading He Puapua and Nationalism