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The Littlewood Waitangi Treaty a Can of Worms

The Littlewood Waitangi Treaty a Can of Worms

ByPreller Geldenhuys

This book was launched on Waitangi Day, 6th February, a national holiday to celebrate the NZ's founding document of 1840. It should nullify the 'Grievance Industry' in the country exists on the premise that there is a discrepancy in the English and Maori translated versions of the Treaty. The Littlewood Treaty proves that there is no discrepancy. There is little basis for the Waitangi Tribunal Claims. There were nine copies of the Treaty made. Not all were signed by William Hobson, who suffered a stroke within a month of signing the first copy. There is also a fallacy, of who the early settlers were. A lot of convincing evidence has been hidden from the public that it was not the Maori who first arrived on the shores of New Zealand. Records are restricted until 2063 in terms of the Archives Act. There is a right time for the truth to be told and disseminated. Revised and now updated (July 2019)

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Publication Date
Feb 3, 2018
Language
English
ISBN
9781387565757
Category
History
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Preller Geldenhuys

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Format
EPUB

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