A message from the Māori Government of Aotearoa Nu Tireni
The Māori Government of Aotearoa Nu Tireni is the governing body of the Sovereign Nation of Aotearoa Nu Tireni, which existed prior to 1840 and continues to exist in accordance with the Declaration of Independence of 1835 (He Wakaputanga).
Based on four  pillars
- Framing of laws for trade and justice
- Guarantee by the British Crown of protection and access to the Commonwealth in return for mutually agreeable cooperation on equal standing.
The Sovereign Nation of Aotearoa Nu Tireni welcomes all the living men and women of Aotearoa Nu Tireni to unite under its protection and benevolent adherence to all human rights as described in the Nuremberg Code and The UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, including the freedom to choose, be fully informed and to pursue wellbeing and happiness. We reject all forms of coercion and manipulation.
Together, united as the Sovereign living men and women of Aotearoa Nu Tireni, we reject the rules and control of the current totalitarian NZ Government, a corporation listed on the:
This corporation does not represent the aspirations and values of the living men and women of this country, ignoring our voices is an insidious attempt to impose a ‘new’ normal without our consent.
Thereby we freely choose to abandon the aforementioned NZ Corporation and give our full support to the sovereign nation of Aotearoa Nu Tireni and its representatives and elected government, Māori Government of Aotearoa Nu Tireni.
Enrolment to join:
Transfer of corporations, trust, building societies and charities:
Registering new or existing companies, incorporations, trusts, building societies, charities who want to reconstitute under the laws of the Declaration of Independence of Nu Tireni – He Wakaputanga o Nga Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni 1835.
Property, including land:
Under New Zealand regulations, you have property rights that are limited under various rules. Similarly, under Maori Customary Law property rights will have certain limitations in regards to Native Title.
Land formally owned by or of cultural significance to Maori currently owned by Non-Maori, shall not be confiscated by the Maori Government. Approaches to such landowners for re-acquisition by Maori interests will be negotiated using current market terms and valuations.
You may transfer your property, including land, within the Native Customary Law jurisdiction.
You will retain full property rights and your property will be removed from the jurisdiction of the NZ corporation InHer Majesty the Queen in Right of New Zealand
and its local councils.PRINT READY Trespass Notice.
This trespass notice is for people who agree to comply with Native customary law.