History & Cultural Memory

History & Cultural Memory

Ihumātao Class Lesson #001: July 23 in History

Ihumātao Class Lesson #001: July 23 in History

Was the timing of the July 23 trespass notice served by 100 New Zealand Police on occupiers at Ihumātao simply a random date? Or was the date chosen for its historical significance to signal a coordinated advancement by New Zealand’s National Security State? This Ihumātao Class Lesson explores the possibility […]

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Deep History of Ihumātao:  The Methodist Connection

Deep History of Ihumātao: The Methodist Connection

During and after the Waikato War of 1863-64 in New Zealand, well-connected Wesleyan Methodists capitalized on vacated Māori land on the Ihumātao Peninsula by leasing ‘Native Reserves’ and buying ‘Waste Land’ lots to run cattle. These incursions by two Wesleyan families – the Vercoes and the Wallaces – occurred with […]

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Deep History of Ihumātao:  The Colonial BNZ Connection

Deep History of Ihumātao: The Colonial BNZ Connection

The Bank of New Zealand brokered finance of £3 million from the Imperial Government to escalate the New Zealand Wars. With a chronic case of ‘terrible twos’, the BNZ also bankrolled the Colonial Government’s overdraft while war was waged on Māori in the Waikato, the Bay of Plenty, Taranaki and […]

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New Zealand First Gang: A secret network of Freemasons conspired to transform New Zealand into a Masonic through a revolutionary war designed to smash the Maori communal economy, thereby making the fraudulent 1840 Treaty null and void.

Deep History of Ihumātao: The Freemason Connection

In the Colonial-era, Freemasons controlled the political, commercial and martial power structures of New Zealand. Freemasons appointed their members of the brotherhood to key positions in the New Zealand Colony. Dispatch from Ihumātao #002 By Snoopman A Masonic Eviction Notice – 1863 On July 10th 1863, an eviction notice was […]

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Deep History of Ihumātao: The Kingitanga Connection

Deep History of Ihumātao: The Kingitanga Connection

Dispatch from Ihumātao #001 By Snoopman A Māori King Elected – 1857 In the Colonial era, Chief Te Wherowhero was elected as the first Māori King in June 1857 at Ihumātao Village on a north east shore of the Manukau Harbour, on the island of Te Ika-a-Māui, or the North […]

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