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Diplomatic Immunity Cards

$50 Adults & $25 Kids 18 and under

1 x Card for 10 years

Baby cards last for 5 years 

Replacement Card or Alterations Cost $40 Kids $20

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KIDS  $25 Credit Card Order Form

 

Place your order now for only $25

Are You  Under 19 Years Old?   If You Are  Then Complete This Form

 

Upload Full Head & Shoulder Selfie Pic for your card
Upload Pic of Birth Cert or Passport

Thanks for your order!

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Diplomatic Immunity Cards

$50 Adults & $25 Kids 18 and under

1 x Card for 10 years

Baby cards last for 5 years 

Replacement Card or Alterations Cost $40 Kids $20

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This PDF is of the 10 Page Booklet that explains our SEA PASS cards in detail - Please download - read, print and share 

Adult $50 Credit Card Order Form
This is the Adults form for 19 year olds & older

 

Place your order now for only $50

Upload Full Head & Shoulder Selfie Pic for your card
Upload Pic of Passport or Licence

Thanks for your order!

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Islander Adults living overseas  
$70 Credit Card Order Form includes regular international post
Adults form for 19 year olds & older who do not live in
Te-Ika-A-Maui or Te-Waka-A-Maui
(North or South ISland)

 

Place your order now for only $70

Upload Full Head & Shoulder Selfie Pic for your card
Upload Pic of Passport or Licence

Thanks for your order!

Maori & Pacific Islanders living in Australia

 

Please learn the Australian Treaties Series 75 that protect Indigenous Peoples

 

Refer to yourself as an Islander of  Te-Ika-A-Maui or

 Te-Waka-A-Maui

 

You are a National of the Pacific Island Nation known as

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa

 

You are on an Official Diplomatic Mission for the People of the Pacific, Initiated by United Nations in 2004

 

Then show the Australian Authorities or your Australian Employer this Treaty Series Series 75, in conjunction with your

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Diplomatic Immunity SEA PASS Identity Card©

 

Print & Learn:

Australian Treaty Series 1976 No 5

 

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Article 8 . 1 & 2

Australian Treaty Series 1976 No 5

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

CANBERRA

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

(New York, 16 December 1966)

Entry into force generally: 3 January 1976

Entry into force for Australia: 10 March 1976

AUSTRALIAN TREATY SERIES

1976 No. 5

Australian Government Publishing Service

Canberra

(c) Commonwealth of Australia 1995

INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS

 

Article 17

3. Where relevant information has previously been furnished to the United Nations or to any specialized agency by any State Party to the present Covenant, it will not be necessary to reproduce that information, but a precise reference to the information so furnished will suffice.

 

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights [1976] ATS 5 (austlii.edu.au)

Please learn & quote:

 

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Article 8 . 1 & 2

UNDRIP_E_web.pdf

United nations declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples

Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy -Diplomatic Immunity SEA PASS Identity Cards© are protected by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples because the co-creators of the cards is an Indigenous woman named Monica Eastick 

Monica comes from Hine Hika Hapu in Te Reigna Waterfall and is the mokopuna (grandchild) of the Taniwha goddess Hine Korako

A hand drawn imgae depicting Hine Korako is the taniwha (Mermaid) that features on the Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy -Diplomatic Immunity SEA PASS Identity Cards© and is also the Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy Taniwha (Mermaid) Logo

 

Monica,s immediate family members & mother holds shares in Te Reigna Waterfall and they are from the Hikawai family - Hikawai translates to Tail of the Mermaid or Tail of the Sea or Tail of the Water

To read the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples please go the United Nations Official Website link below

UNDRIP_E_web.pdf

wharekauri aka Chatham islands 

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Welcome to Wharekauri Tinorangatira Tama Tuuta - Thompson

Wharekauri also known as the Chatham Islands was historically an important trading island of Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa and the locals have a vested interest in becoming independent from New Zealand as the population ratio per massive natural resources would render Chatham Islanders one of the wealthiest nations in the world.

Currently the District Council and Ministry of Primary Industries along with other Corporate Interests have exploitative methods that have the locals getting payed less than the minimum wage yet the locals are forced to pay upto 10 times more for food and other goods on the Island.

The introduction of the E-DECKHAND DIGITAL MONITORING SPYWARE was another example of the MINISTRY OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES  corporate sabotage that not only violate the privacy and INHERENT CUSTOMARY RIGHTS of the CHATHAM ISLAND family orientated fisherman but also cost an extortative amount of $5000 per boat - and was clearly designed in order to steal the sacred fishing spots known to the local fisherman.

Monica conducted a door to door survey on the Chatham Islands in 2019 that collected data in relation to how the local fisherman felt about the E-DECKHAND and learnt that the E-DECKHAND representatives called the local fisherman to a meeting where they were made to believe that the E-DECKHAND was compulsory - when in fact NO CORPORATION such as MPI or Ministry of Fisheries can force this type of violation upon an entire community - especially when this type of technology could lead to the inevitable fines and risk of locals losing their skipper licenses and boats via MPI monitoring and interference.

Considering that a major source of income for the CHATHAM ISLANDERS rely upon the fishing resources it is concerning that the current infrastructure on the island is controlled by an amalgamated entity that dictate the landing prices and exploit it to the disadvantage of the local workers.

Local Kaumatua who have bought the Diplomatic Immunity Cards remember the 1834 trading flag from when Ko Huiarau came to the Islands to sign up the locals - unfortunately the local kaumatua told Maori Ranger Security Division that Ko Huiarau scammed Ngati Mutunga Ki Wharekauri Trust out of $1 Million dollars.

Local Tohunga told Maori Rangers how in the 1970s the New Zealand Government Agents offered every family on the island $2000 to leave perminately - this was because the Islanders had massive natural resources that the New Zealand Government wanted to exploit.

In 1986 Jim Bulger came to the island and told the Mayor at the time that:

 

"if the islanders tried to go independent that the NZ ARMY would be there and would take out the islanders in a blink of an eye"

Many islanders now support Maori Ranger Security Division and have learnt the history of the 1834 flag and the 1835 He Whakiaputanga.

 

Tama Tuuta-Thompson will be trained for the Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Ambassador position for Wharekauri.

We are seeking to train a Rarotongan and Samoan Ambassador to complete our Pacific Island Embassy.

Wharekauri Islands

 

Chatham Island is the top island & Pitt Island is on the lower right-side of photo

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The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

August 2019 Page 1 of 6

Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey 2019

This survey is designed with the best interest of the local Chatham and Pitt Island Moriori
and Maori Fishing Community in mind.


The information collected will be used to advocate in the best interest of the local Chatham
Island Moriori and Maori Fishing Community both now and for future generations.


The information collected will help The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice
determine whether The New Zealand Government, Fisheries New Zealand have violated the
customary and human rights of the Chatham and Pitt Island Moriori and Maori Fishing
Community with the introduction of DECKHAND E BOOKS tracking technology that costs
$5000 to purchase and cost $1300 a year to register.


Due to the logistical isolation of the Chatham and Pitt Islands the main source of income for
the Chatham and Pitt Island community are due to the fishing industry, therefore the impact
of New Zealand Government DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology could equate to the
complete demise of the Moriori and Maori Fishing Community.


The DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology offers nothing to the local Chatham and Pitt
Island Moriori and Maori Fishing Community.


The DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology data collection has the capability to jeopardize
the smaller Moriori and Maori fishing operators, who could become forced out of business.


The impact of New Zealand Government enforced structures in the past have been quite
disastrous for the local Moriori and Maori Chatham and Pitt Island Fishing Community.


Such as the introduction of the quota system in the 1970s that discriminated against the
uneducated Moriori and Maori fishing community, who unknowingly sold off quota for very
little money.


The Chatham and Pitt Islands have dual jurisdiction and can opt between New Zealand and
Te Moana Nui A Kiwa jurisdiction.


The Territory of Te Moana Nui A Kiwa was formed by the ancient waka migration routes
that spanned the Pacific and includes Hawaii, Rapanui, Chatham Islands, Te Ika O Maui,
Norfolk Islands and other Pacific Islands.


It is important to note that the customary rights of Moriori and Maori can NEVER be
extinguished.


It is advisable that all Moriori and Maori descendants start exercising their customary rights
to ensure the corporate structure of the New Zealand Government is kept in check.

The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

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The Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey 2019 applicants have the option to remain anonymous to insure they do not suffer discrimination from others.

Name (optional):
Date of birth (optional):

Ethnicity:

Moriori descendent ⃝
Maori descendant ⃝

Island of residence:

Pitt Island ⃝
Chatham Island ⃝

Occupation:

Boat Owner ⃝
Quota Owner ⃝
Skipper ⃝
Deckhand ⃝
Diver ⃝

The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

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The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

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Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey 2019

Name of person or corporation that showed you how to use the DECKHAND E BOOK
tracking technology?

_________________________________________________________________________

Did you feel intimidated by the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

Did you sign up to the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

Did you regret signing up to the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

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Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey 2019

What are your views about the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology?

Please describe:_______________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

Are you aware of the dual jurisdiction that the Chatham and Pitt Islands are within?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

Do you think adequate consultation was given to the Moriori and Maori Chatham and Pitt
Island fishing community in regards to the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

Do you feel that the DECKHAND E BOOK tracking technology is a violation of your customary
fishing rights?

Yes ⃝
No ⃝

The International Native Aboriginal Court of Justice - Chatham and Pitt Island Fisher Survey

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Thank you for completing this survey.

For further info - please email monica at monica@maorirangersecuritydivision.com