Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | News Video | Crime | Employers | Housing | Immigration | Legal | Local Govt. | Maori | Welfare | Unions | Youth | Search


Queen Confirmed Non-Intervention

Queen Confirmed Non-Intervention





Te Waka O Nga Mokopuna Ki Aotearoa (TWONMKA ), the vehicle embracing all grandchildren in Aotearoa, New Zealand, announced today that a personal Letter of Request 1858, from Queen Victoria to every Maori throughout the land, written on Her behalf by Governor Colonel Thomas Gore Browne, requesting the Laws of England be considered for acceptance in Aotearoa, quashes the Treaty of Waitangi and reconfirms the founding document, the 1835 Declaration of Independence.

As a result Te Waka O Nga Mokopuna Ki Aotearoa has served SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY ORDERS on the government for the dissolution of parliament, based on the reply, the REJECTION ABSOLUTE, where TWONMKA accorded Her Majesty 2 years, in which to “cease all Crown business in this country”. The 2 years expires today 9 November 2004.

Queen Elizabeth is now in receipt (5 November 2004) of a follow-up letter from Te Waka O Nga Mokopuna Ki Aotearoa, a copy of the original 1835 Declaration of Independence with the English Monarchy’s agreed commitment to guard the sovereignty of the Maori people, the 2004 Declaration of Independence based on the original, and a copy of the SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY ORDERS served on parliament on Tuesday 2 November 2004.

The directives in the SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY ORDERS and original letter to Queen Elizabeth are as follows:

- “cease all Crown business in this country” and prepare for the swearing in of a ‘caretaker’ government for the duration of the re-alignment period

- for “all those who swear allegiance to the Crown “to give full support and assistance …..to the Sovereign Authority Members ….. Transitional Body …… under the direction of our appointed representatives.”

- “to make available “all funds necessary to aid the Transitional Body in the execution of their assigned tasks and duties”

- advise the nation on 9 November 2004 that their gracious hosts, SOVEREIGN MAORI, have exercised their right and authority …..

- advise the public that TIKANGA / IMMUTABLE DIVINE LAW common to all, disadvantageous to none, is the legitimate law applicable to all who live in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Te Waka O Nga Mokopuna Ki Aotearoa are basing their actions on the fact that the 1858 Letter of Request was not answered by Maori, therefore the Laws of England were never accepted or agreed to for establishment here. The 1858 Letter of Request, the no response, then clear Rejection Absolute, therefore invalidates all legislation post-1835 Declaration of Independence, including the ‘Treaty of Waitangi’.

Maori remain Sovereign, with full Sovereign Authority, in their country.


- Timeline of Events

- 1835 Declaration of Independence

- 1858 Letter of Request from Queen Victoria, in Maori, and the Translation

- 2002 (9/Nov) REJECTION ABSOLUTE with 2 year deadline, to QEII from Te Waka O Nga Mokopuna Ki Aotearoa

- 2002 (11/Dec) Reply from Queen Elizabeth II confirming non-intervention

- 2004 (28/Oct) Sovereign Authority Orders, 2004 Declaration of Independence, Follow-up Letter to QEII.

- 2004 (9Nov) Announcement to the Nation

© Scoop Media

Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines


Minister of Finance: Plan Shows $100 Billion Infrastructure Projects

Finance Minister Bill English has today launched the Government’s Ten Year Capital Intentions Plan (CIP) which shows a pipeline of $100.9 billion worth of infrastructure projects over the next decade. More>>


Werewolf: Safe Landings Gordon Campbell on the safety challenge to the Wellington runway extension.

The safety-related legal challenge revolves around the size of the 90 metre long Runway End Safety Area (RESA) being proposed for the runway extension. More>>


Environment Commissioner: We Need To Work Together On Climate Change And Farming

“The debate around agricultural emissions and the ETS has been polarised for too long,” said the Commissioner. “But the ETS is not the only way forward – there are other things that can be done.” More>>


NZ Super Fund: Seeking To Put A Market Price On Climate Change

Oct. 19 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand Superannuation Fund says it will devise a set of rules to assess investment winners and losers under climate change, a strategy that could rule out fossil fuels or producers such as current portfolio member Exxon ... More>>


Rejuvenation: Parata Will Not Contest 2017 Election

Education Minister and National List MP Hekia Parata has today announced that she will not be contesting the next election. She advised the Prime Minister of her decision earlier this year. More>>

Prisons Grow: Government Approves Plans For Increased Prison Capacity

Despite significant progress in reducing crime the number of prisoners has increased faster than projected. This is because the proportion of offenders charged with serious crimes has risen, meaning more people are being remanded in custody and serving more of their sentences in prison. More>>


Gordon Campbell: On Plastic Bag Activism, And Street Harassment

Amusing to see the Act Party experiencing another outbreak of young fogey-ism. What has aroused the ire of Act Leader David Seymour this time is the introduction of a Greens private members bill to the ballot process, calling for a 15 cents levy on plastic bags to reduce pollution. More>>


Unclear Weapons: US Navy Ship Cleared To Visit NZ For Navy's 75th

United States Navy ship, the USS Sampson, has been given clearance to visit New Zealand next month by Prime Minister John Key... “The process for considering the visit by the USS Sampson is the same as that used for all ships attending the International Naval Review." More>>


Get More From Scoop



Search Scoop  
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news