The original intent of the Treaty of Waitangi : one people, one nation, one law.

The original intent of the Treaty of Waitangi : one people, one nation, one law.

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Grace Smith started this petition to NZ Government and

The original Treaty of Waitangi proclaimed that the queen was sovereign and that all inhabitants of NZ were to be treated equally as British citizens. There was never a mention of partnership and the crown would never have considered entering into a partnership. This is very clearly evident in that the treaty said everyone was to be treated as British citizens. Never in the history of the crown has a queen or king formed an equal partnership with a subject. At present time the 15 percent of NZ citizens who claim part Maori ancestry are demanding partnership. They are demanding and getting what is essentially an apartheid situation where Maori are supreme over non Maori. This is racist. This is separatist. This achieves nothing but division within a nation which until recently prided itself on being one. This petition wants to return fairness to this nation by treating everyone as equal and equally able. Do away with Maori special privileges and treat everyone the same - as was intended under the treaty. We are one people and one nation. The 85 percent of us who are not on the Maori gravy train need to start demanding that the original treaty be upheld. If we don’t we will become second class citizens in our own country despite being the very people who built it into what it is today. Every infrastructure, every technology, every comfort that is in this country is here today because our European ancestors brought it here. We have a right to be treated equally to Maori. The anti-pakeha sentiment is getting out of hand and the media is being silenced by million dollar government payouts. Enough.  Remove the word partnership from the treaty. We are one and one only.

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