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No politicians at Rātana in 2021 as celebrations made exclusive for church adherents
12 January 2021

Annual celebrations at Rātana pā will be different this year, amid a decision to hold an internal hui for church adherents only.

Ratana Temple, Te Haahi Ratana Fri 24th January 2020.The Rātana celebrations historically draw in many whānau and members of the community to Rātana Pā near Whanganui - and are also attended by political leaders. 

The government and other esteemed groups will not be attending the celebrations, which have historically signalled the start of the political year.

The decision to make the annual celebrations exclusive was due to internal issues at the pā, according to the MP for Te Tai Hauāuru, Adrian Rurawhe.

Kaeo Office of Taitokerau corrects the record for Waitangi day

2nd February 2021

Kaiarataki o Te Wakameninga o nga Hapu o NgaPuhi Taumata hapu, Bryce Smith, from the Kaeo Office of Taitokerau, corrects the record for Waitangi day mentioning the will of Billy Te Kahikas’ motive in regards to the Māori culture and history.

In recent time, a matter has become something of concern in regards to the 1835 He Whakaputanga (Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand) document.

“[Billy Te Kahika] and the NZPP. If I can begin Whakaputanga and te Tiriti are currently in a judicial process with Ngāpuhi in regards to the Te Paparahi o Te Raki o 1040, and that’s in hand,” said Bryce Smith.

“If I can begin the relationship with [Mr Kahika], it came about when he was invited to the Kaeo office to discuss his intentions in regards to taking He Whakaputanga me te Tiriti to Parliament with his political party. He attended a hui in Kaeo, and we sent him a very clear message that he was not to do that anymore.”

“On the afternoon before that, the day had ended, [Mr Kahika] put up a live stream advocating that he had gotten the consent from the Kaeo office to represent Ngāpuhi in regards to He Whakaputanga me te Tiriti. I just want to put the record straight right here, and now, the Kaeo office did not do that [neither did Bryce Smith]. From that day on, we’ve had nothing but grief from this individual.”



Letters Patent Protectorate: He wakaputanga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi  & United Tribes Flag.

1st February 2021
Author:  Crown of the Mauri Nation


1st February 2021 - He wakaputanga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi & United Tribes Flag was protected 'mana motuhake' for all unincorporated Live Life Claimants of Aotearoha, Tupuna, Rangatira, Law Makers, Mana Tangata, Past, Present & Future and Suv'eran Charters from this day forward in perpetuity.


So no one can possess, use, manipulate, capture or hold these taonga. 

Billy Te Kahika is the first Politician to qualify the Crown of the Mauri Nation as a Suv'eran Government in his live broadcast on Facebook uploaded on 2nd February 2021 [subsequently deleted since]

A spokesman for the New Zealand Parliament HER MAJESTY QUEEN IN RIGHT OF NEW ZEALAND SEC CIK@000216105 speaks out on a live broadcast to the Mauri Nation Tuesday 2nd February 2021. The live broadcast reached over 60,000 people acknowledging the Crown of the Mauri Nation; Purple Thumb Community; and Tumuaki Lady-Crown: Turikatuku III as Suv'eran Crown; as the leading suv'eran government operating from Aotearoha [New Zealand] and Gondwanaland [Australia].

Politician Billy Te Kahika's claims are qualified as true and correct.

The Crown of the Mauri Nation rebut belligerent letter from entity Te Whakaminiga o Nga Hapu o Nu Tireni, with love, kindness, and peace.

Kia ora, Nga mihi mahano. Warm greetings.

The Crown of the Mauri Nation, successor to He-W(h)akaputanga-o-te-rangatiratanga-o-nu tireni/~1820-1835 in perpetuity, dedicated to the self-determination and absolute mana tino rangatiratanga (sovereignty) of our lands/mana whenua and our people/mana tangata of the common-wealth as stated in the Royal Decree Proclamation Judgment served on the New Zealand Prime Minister’s Office, New Zealand Treasury and the New Zealand Governor General on the 22nd December 2020. Affirm The Crown of the Mauri Nation stand as Mauri Crown Suv’ern and tino rangatiratanga in private capacity and perpetuity.