This is the first report of Wakaminenga Maori Government (WMG) for 2024. Two weeks after the new year began, our annual hui symposium was held. We wish to acknowledge members, staff, guests and hapu that travelled from around the country to attend. The symposium was held at Jet Park Hotel, Airport Road, Hamilton. The land… Read More »HomeRead More
Te Wakaminenga o nga hapu o Nu Tireni
Wakaminenga Maori Government
Nau mai, Haere mai! Welcome!
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7 Pillars of Te Wakaminenga Maori Government
Nationhood, to be united as one peoples, working together in the interest and well being of our nation, coming together in times of national need such as disasters, maintaining our nationhood and showing loyalty to it. A collective responsibility.
Whanau, family, kinship ties, hapu, tribe, waka, pah, marae hapu, village, town, maunga, mountain, keeping in contact with whanau, tatai hono – to uphold our bonds of kinship.
A concept of caring for others, helping friends and loved ones, being a good host to visitors, showing aroha and hospitality, taking care of those in need, responding to the needs of our older and younger members and looking out for our rangatahi, young ones.
There are spiritual beings, kiatiaki (guardians) over the natural environment such as, Rongo, Tangaroa, Tawhirimatea, Ruaumoko, Tane, Tu Matauenga are some of the well known kaitiaki, we remember we are in their realms and respect and care for the environment, our taonga and the wairua (spirituality).
Working with authority in our decision making.
We are all born Rangatira with skills and talents to develop and be the best that we can be, showing ethical leadership, maintaining mana motuhake (self-determination) and rangatiratanga in upholding He Wakaputanga and Sovereign Authority over our territories, upholding of freedom and human rights, protecting the well-being of our communities and our whole nation.
The layers of our history – our ancestors and future generations.
The re-emergence of Te Wakaminenga o Nga Hapu o Nu Tireni
The WMG has been in recess, but recently re-emerged out of necessity, to provide shelter in the form of the native maori jurisdiction under He Wakaputanga o Nga Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni. WMG opens it’s arms and welcomes all people to immigrate to this jurisdiction and grow together in a fairer, self-governing Nu Tireni.
At this moment, the occasion calls for a resurgence, as pressures surround our tangata whenua, people of the land, due to the implementation of specific plans originating from the Crown and beyond, spanning the entire globe. WMG shall flourish like a budding flower, extending its reach throughout the land to eliminate the roots of poverty and various impedances, while opening doors for everyone to pursue progress and prosperity, aiming for a brighter tomorrow.
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HE PĀNUI HOU
Well we are finally getting some nice weather in time for the Christmas and New Year break, being mindful of those who have to keep essential services going and shops open to the very last minute for your needs on Christmas day. Christmas was chosen as the time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ… Read More »HomeRead More
Early Bird tickets of $55 pp end on 23 December 2023 – Have you got yours yet? Thereafter $65 pp by 12 January 2024 (see notice for payment details ) All you need to know about your Rights – preserved and protected under He Wakaputanga 1835 for all New Zealanders, Maori and Pakeha and tauiwi… Read More »HomeRead More
On 17 December 2023, the Grand Jury hearing was held for the second tranche of Covid 19 criminal prosecutions. Evidence was presented to the Grand Jury by Te Kooti Wakanga Court of Justice Prosecutor for the Grand Jury to decide if there was sufficient evidence to indict NZ government politicians, scientists and medical professionals for… Read More »HomeRead More
NGĀKAUĀKĪ A TE TANGATA
I’ve been following so many groups and trying to help where-ever I can, holding signs on the street, spreading the word of the jab dangers, making noise, but it wasn’t until I found out about Wakaminenga and He Wakaputanga that I really felt we had a chance to save not just Aotearoa, but the whole world!
I’ll spread the word, for everybody’s FREEDOM and RIGHT to SELF DETERMINATION whether they realise what is happening or not. Thanks to WMG and all the volunteers, we actually have a solid platform to launch the comeback of common sense and personal sovereignty. Tena koe WMG! ID cards are awesome thank you.
Keep up the good work! So happy to have a found WMG and feel hopeful for the future of Aotearoa! Kia Kaha!
WAKAMINENGA LAW & PROTECTION COUNCIL