I, Andrew James Horton, was born on 05 September 1971, in Christchurch, New Zealand.
I adjure you to enforce and honour King William IV of Great Britain’s recognition and acceptance of the United Tribes of New Zealand Flag (1834) and He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni – The Declaration of Independence of the United Tribes of New Zealand (1835) or renounce your right to sit on his throne, i.e. renounce the crown.
The sovereign of England receives the crown only as he or she responds affirmatively to the solemn adjuration of the archbishop or bishop: “Will you solemnly promise and swear to govern,” etc., closing with the affirmation, “So help me God.”https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionary/adjuration/
Archbishop. Will you to your power cause Law and Justice, in Mercy, to be executed in all your judgements?
Queen. I will.https://www.royal.uk/coronation-oath-2-june-1953
King William IV of Great Britain recognized and accepted the United Tribes of New Zealand Flag in 1834, Sovereign (Monarchy of Great Britain) to Sovereign (Maori Rangatira).
In so doing he recognized what we now call New Zealand to be an independent and sovereign nation under the kaitiaki (guardianship) of the Maori Rangatira.
The Maori Rangatira were trading with the British. Providing Kauri tree trunks for the British Navy to use as masts in their ships.
The area around Mangonui had great Kauri tree forests that were treasured for their long un-knotted trunks for ships, masts, and spars. Kauri trees only grow in the upper part of the North Island and the timber was specially sought after by the British Navy.https://www.tourism.net.nz/new-zealand/about-new-zealand/regions/northland/mangonui/history.html
The Flag was to identify the Maori Rangatira’s trading vessels at sea so that they would not be boarded and impounded by the British Navy.
King William IV of Great Britain did not declare war on the Maori Rangatira. He did not try to subjugate the Maori Rangatira or their nation under the British Monarchy. Instead he recognized and accepted their Flag, honouring them as a sovereign and independent nation.
The following year, 1835, King William IV of Great Britain also recognized and accepted He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni – The Declaration of Independence of the United Tribes of New Zealand.
A translation by Dr Mānuka Hēnare of Ngāpuhi, Te Aupōuri, Te Rarawa and Ngāti Kuri
He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni
1. We, the absolute leaders of the tribes (iwi) of New Zealand (Nu Tireni) to the north of Hauraki (Thames) having assembled in the Bay of Islands (Tokerau) on 28th October 1835. [We] declare the authority and leadership of our country and say and declare them to be prosperous economy and chiefly country (Wenua Rangatira) under the title of ‘Te Wakaminenga o ngā Hapū o Nu Tireni’ (The sacred Confederation of Tribes of New Zealand).
2. The sovereignty/kingship (Kīngitanga) and the mana from the land of the Confederation of New Zealand are here declared to belong solely to the true leaders (Tino Rangatira) of our gathering, and we also declare that we will not allow (tukua) any other group to frame laws (wakarite ture), nor any Governorship (Kawanatanga) to be established in the lands of the Confederation, unless (by persons) appointed by us to carry out (wakarite) the laws (ture) we have enacted in our assembly (huihuinga).
3. We, the true leaders have agreed to meet in a formal gathering (rūnanga) at Waitangi in the autumn (Ngahuru) of each year to enact laws (wakarite ture) that justice may be done (kia tika ai te wakawakanga), so that peace may prevail and wrong-doing cease and trade (hokohoko) be fair. [We] invite the southern tribes to set aside their animosities, consider the well-being of our land and enter into the sacred Confederation of New Zealand.
4. We agree that a copy of our declaration should be written and sent to the King of England to express our appreciation (aroha) for this approval of our flag. And because we are showing friendship and care for the Pākehā who live on our shores, who have come here to trade (hokohoko), we ask the King to remain as a protector (matua) for us in our inexperienced statehood (tamarikitanga), lest our authority and leadership be ended (kei whakakahoretia tō mātou Rangatiratanga).
We are the rangatira who, although we did not attend the meeting due to the widespread flooding or other reasons, fully agree with He Whakaputanga Rangatiratanga o Nu Tirene and join the sacred Confederation.https://nzhistory.govt.nz/media/interactive/the-declaration-of-independence?fbclid=IwAR2GH85ynq0hmXgOrQj3RYZb4xMLRXEAzwLcPGR9MlxQN8oEsMPI6G04C4w
The subsequent Treaty of Waitangi (1840) is null and void. Fraud vitiates everything. This is covered in the Preface.
“It is a maxim of British jurisprudence that fraud vitiates everything” was printed in The Freeman’s Journal (Dublin, Ireland) on October 13, 1838.https://www.barrypopik.com/index.php/new_york_city/entry/fraud_vitiates_everything/
I adjure you, the person who presently sits on the throne of King William IV of Great Britain, under God (the God of Abraham, Isaac & Jacob), to enforce and honour King William IV of Great Britain’s recognition and acceptance of the United Tribes of New Zealand Flag (1834) and He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni – The Declaration of Independence of the United Tribes of New Zealand (1835) by following the steps outlined in the ‘Response – British Monarchy – Honourable’ section of ‘Rangatiratanga 1835 – Platform 2021 & beyond…’ or renounce your right to sit on his throne, i.e. renounce the crown.
Response – British Monarchy – Honourable
What would this mean? It would mean that the present British Monarch would revoke all laws which had been made via their Governor General and Parliament since the time that King William IV recognized and approved of both the Flag (1834) and Declaration of Independence (1835).
The present British Monarch would then dissolve and remove from New Zealand their
-Parliament (i.e. the New Zealand Government, which includes all Departments*, Ministries, Regional Councils & Local Territorial Authorities); [*Inland Revenue Department included – all debts cancelled]
-Monetary System (including all banks/lending institutions** established under their Monetary System); [**all debts cancelled – banks to provide investors with equivalent value of gold, silver & precious stones for all NZD invested at benchmark rates set on a date prior to the New Zealand public and the world becoming aware that the NZD will become defunct]
-New Zealand Security Intelligence Service;
-New Zealand Military &
-New Zealand Police*** (including their Court System & Correctional Facilities) [***all criminal records expunged, all debts cancelled]
returning ownership of all New Zealand’s Crown-owned land to the Rangatira (Council of Maori Elders) of the United Tribes of New Zealand before having a conversation with the Rangatira as to whether they have any further use for the presence of their Governor General. If not, the Governor General would be de-commissioned and stood down and the protectorship aspect of The Declaration (1835) would be agreed – Sovereign (British Monarch) to Sovereign (Rangatira) – to be concluded.
The present British Monarch would then publicly proclaim that they have no interest in or ownership of New Zealand and that they will honour the independence and sovereignty of New Zealand under the civic governance of the Rangatira (Council of Maori Elders) of The United Tribes of New Zealand. They will remove and delegitimize all false flags which have been flown in New Zealand and reaffirm that the only legitimate Flag for New Zealand is the one which King William IV approved and recognized in 1834.
In this world, the Rangatira (as part of their overall transition process) would prepare (and commence the use of) an alternative form of currency – perhaps based on the physical quantity of gold, silver and precious stones owned by all the inhabitants of New Zealand? – in readiness to be exclusively utilized once the above dissolution and removal is enacted.
During this transition process (over whatever length of time it is deemed prudent for it to involve), all the inhabitants of New Zealand, irrespective of their ethnic background, who wanted to remain living in New Zealand under the kaitiaki (guardianship) of the Rangatira could then present their appeals to the Rangatira (the Council of Maori Elders – once chosen) from the United Tribes of New Zealand, who would be free to discuss any such appeals as they meet at Waitangi**** to enact laws for New Zealand. [****They could choose to enact a law that once they convene their meeting in the Autumn of 2021 that they could then convene meetings of the Rangatira as often as necessary from then on, at whatever locations they agree upon throughout New Zealand, as required, to enact laws.]https://ahouseofprayerforthenations.com/2021/03/17/rangatiratanga-1835-platform-2021-beyond/
Andrew J Horton
(24 April 2021)