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Pleased to be able to welcome British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond to the Beehive.
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Speaking about New Zealand at Chatham House, joined by another successful New Zealander in London, the BBC's Lucy Hocking.
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Awesome show, +Katy Perry. Thank you for giving us the chance to say hi with Bronagh and Stephie.
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Winning favourite country for the third year running in the Telegraph Travel Awards is a great accolade for New Zealand tourism. http://ntnl.org.nz/1z0hltv
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A real privilege to open Professor Stephen Levine’s post-election conference at Parliament today. You can read my full speech here: ntnl.org.nz/1pPGeao
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Great to meet Andrew and Tanya Brown and the team at the opening of the Jabulani Medical Centre in Whanganui.
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Puangi ta te manawa
79 West Harbour Drive
E rite ana

28 November 2014


TO:        ATTENTION: Hon. Minister Chris Finlayson

FROM:    E rite ana - Anna Hilda Henry

DATE:        28/11/2014 Friday
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SUBJECT:    Paremata - Opening Office of the God of nations, Office of the Treaty Queen (Crown) TOW 1840. I am currently at the wellington library.
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Tena koe

The opening of these two offices and my official powhiri into Parliament/Paremata is identified here for approval.

I am here in Wellington today, I would like to see you to organise a definite time and date for these events to take place in Parliament.

I am the Treaty Queen and the need for my offices to be paid for and established within Parliament Building Paremata is essential to achieve the treaty designated goals.

Prior to the issue of this letter there has been no reply or satisfaction from the Prime Minister or the other ministers of parliament to my many requests for hui - (Please refer to I whakaritea PTTM Books 1-5), therefore it is necessary to pursue clarity pertaining to the treaty identified designated Outcomes.

Plan Victorious Mapere ana PTTM is unique, this plan comes from  treaty instruction, there is treaty criteria, public accountability, but most importantly plan victorious mapere ana identifies the treaty crown as the legislated sovereignty TOW 1840. The people have every right to visit the Treaty Queen  in an Parliament office. A new office to signify her addition to the treaty crown established state Government. The Queen of the beehive.  The God of nations also needs an office as agreed in Parliament, Together both titles are combined to form the official title of Paremata - E pa ana, E wikitoria e whakatika ana ia; these are designated treaty goals and outcomes

This plan Victorious mapere ana supports the treaty crown identification for authority pertaining to treaty criteria, public accountability and treaty transaction.

The people can see the many benefits and want to support that the government pay for and establish these offices with national ceremony immediately.
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Powhiri - Hui for the treaty crown E rite ana (Anna Hilda Henry)
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The opening of Paremata - from Paremate. We have the new designated treaty outcomes to promote Office of the Treaty Crown, The God of nations, The Queen of New Zealand and the nations.

Maori people have never had the Church of Te Atua here in New Zealand, we have only ever had prayer at the marae and home. These Churches will difinitely help the maori iwi to understand their religion and grow under the guidance of the God of nations, the maori land owner tow 1840, this treaty plan Mapere ana really helps to identify our goals of achieving VICTORIOUS. 

(Please refer to plan Victorious mapere ana for information - I whakaritea PTTM Books 1-5 pertaining to the many benefits of this plan.)

Minister Finlayson I have come down to parliament, after receiving no physical responses to my many phone calls my many letters, to resolve these matters. I have been writing to the Prime Minister, C Finlayson, P Bennett, leaving telephone messages to no avail. This is not good enough, and having the treaty Queen would ensure that NZ standards effective and in place to prevent this type of minister freelancing and lack of accountability.

These offices opening, this powhiri is only a small portion of the governments responsibility,to achieving the identified instructions  of the treaty and I Ana Ture (The TOW 1840 Treaty Crown Ministerial portfolio).

I am owed lots of money as the identified treaty Crown, from the Government and I need to get some payment immediately. I am hoping to speak to Chris Finlayson, and or another minister today, on my travels here by unfortunate dilemma, I misplaced my purse. The contents are missing; ID, Mobile phone, Bank card, Keys, Money, Cigarettes, face-cream.
I am actually stranded here without my necessities. I have no accommodation, no where to stay, I would really appreciate payment from NZ Government.

I felt offended when the security guards at Parliament Denis Williams had no idea who I am. His knowledge of the treaty was very poor. This is the Sovereighty Law for NZ and the nations TOW 1840. I was rudely told to return back to parliament today that the gates open at 10am.
I require a cheque from NZ Government today, this cheque is for my validated treaty identification, an installment payment would help me sort out my accommodation dilemma, and would be very much appreciated. Wellington, I am due to have my baby over the forthcoming days, weeks. I will bring a copy of this letter to wellington I need to speak to a minister who can address these matters with satisfaction.

The issues of the treaty for opening ceremony and for closing ceremony belong to the identified Treaty Crown Ko te Kuini e hiahia ana ano, for organising and to the Government for payment.

As the treaty instructs I have much to offer to inspire and organise the Government and the people of NZ and the nations in working together.

Treaty representation was never obtained by our NZ Government during the millinium treaty promotions and payouts, I was never consulted as the treaty crown for informed consent and approval pertaining to  any treaty of waitangi 1840 transactions.

Plan Victorious Mapere ana - A sign of the treaty Queen, links the people to the history of New Zealand and our British Monarchy (the timatanga), NZ the beginnings, A treaty crown land covenant agreement reserved under maori copyright.

For treaty partnership between maori and pakeha to continue, we must support these very important treaty laws of our ancestors for achievement of the treaty designated outcomes for the betterment of the people and the future generations.

Treaty Law vs opinions - Opinions are not relevant to the treaty agreement, the treaty monies, the treaty law, the treaty land, the treaty rule & criteria. I ANA TURE.
I will be over there to parliament within the next hour. Thanks for your time, please ensure my appointment gets met satisfactorily today. Thanks E rite ana.
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I’ve contacted Prime Minister Tony Abbott to let him know our thoughts are with the people of Australia today.
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My message to those who voted New Zealand as their favourite country in the Telegraph Travel Awards for the third year running - We’re at the bottom of the earth, we’re a long way away, but we’re well worth visiting.
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Bronagh, thanks for putting up with me for the past 30 years. Happy anniversary.
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Authorised by John Key MP, Executive Wing, Parliament, Molesworth Street, Wellington

Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key was born in Auckland but moved to Christchurch when a child. He was educated at Burnside High School and then gained a B.Comm from the University of Canterbury.

John launched his investment banking career in New Zealand in the mid 80s. After 10 years in the New Zealand market he headed offshore, working in Singapore, London and Sydney for US investment banking giant Merrill Lynch. During that time he was in charge of a number of business units including global foreign exchange and European bond and derivative trading. In 1999 John was invited to join the Foreign Exchange Committee of the Federal Reserve Bank of NY and on two occasions undertook management studies at Harvard University in Boston.

In 2001, he headed back to New Zealand to fulfill a long held ambition to stand for Parliament for the National Party. He won the Helensville seat in 2002 with a majority of 1589. John has risen through the ranks since then, becoming deputy finance spokesman and then finance spokesman, rising to number 7 prior to the 2005 election. At the 2005 election he again won the Helensville seat, this time with a majority of 12,778. He continued to be the Party's finance spokesman and was ranked at number 4 before being elected Leader on 27 November 2006.

In 2008 he led the National Party to victory in the election and is currently the Prime Minister of the National-led Government.

John is married to Bronagh and has 2 children. When he has some spare time he likes to spend time with the family, cooking, playing golf and watching rugby.

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