Post by Kiwi Frontline on Nov 27, 2019 15:46:01 GMT 12
Otago Daily Times 27/11/19
MAORI SOVEREIGNTY A NUMBER of Maori tribes have claimed that they did not cede sovereignty to the crown. Yet New Zealand is a sovereign nation — we owe our origin to the British immigrants, who brought new skills to forge a new nation.
This would imply that those Maori are not New Zealand citizens. They are not part of the sovereign nation. They may be residents but not citizens. New immigrants have to pledge allegiance to the Crown.
All these parts of New Zealand they claim to be entitled to, have ownership of, or control, don’t exist anymore as they are not citizens of New Zealand.
Where does that leave us? As residents, what are they entitled to? Or not now entitled to? KEVIN O’HARA, Corstorphine