TeManawa head of state Independance for Aotearoa (New Zealand) 2013, affirmed by Queen Elizabeth


Queen Elizabeth acknowledges New Zealand Independent head of state and New Zealand Independence OK with her. This is an acknowledgement of the Restoration so No hi jacking this New Zealand Government as it is in place already, It also means  no flag change or TPP as this change takes place proper.  It is not about the New Zealand Government and time for the truth of the Restoration to be implemented as given by God – TeManawa  all right reserved

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Savage: Time to look to the future of monarchy

9 Sep, 2015 11:57am

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II in July 2015. AP photo / Mary McCartney
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in July 2015. AP photo / Mary McCartney

Queen Elizabeth is now the longest reigning British monarch in history, but sometime within the next ten years her reign will end and King Charles will become the UK’s head of state. Charles will likely be on the throne for a further 20 years.

Some argue it would be the ideal time to move to a democratic head of state but such an approach is lacks forethought. While it is feasible to wait until events in the UK afford us an opportunity to change, it would be far better to agree on the details in advance and make the improvements at a time of our own choosing.

Queen Elizabeth has let it be known, via former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Sir Don McKinnon, that she has no problem with New Zealand having its own independent head of state. So it makes sense to make the change why she is still around to enjoy it.

While we don’t want to rush the process it is important to be prepared. We need to begin making formal plans sooner rather than later. Change can only happen through binding referenda so it is important everyone has opportunity to discuss and understand what is required.

To work well the planning and public consultation process must be independent of parliament and free from party politics. It is therefore essential to appoint a Head of State Commission akin to the five-member electoral reform commission established in 1985 to examine alternative electoral systems.

The Head of State Commission would work out the finer details of the two main methods of appointment New Zealanders would have to choose from. Parliament would then enact legislation to make it happen.

The first indicator referendum would ask people if they wanted to hold a second binding referendum to establish a New Zealand republic and if so whether they would prefer appointment by direct or indirect election.

The second referendum would only go ahead if 50 per cent of people said they wanted it to. Most likely it would occur at the same time as a general election. Only then could the recommendations be put into effect and the transition made.

It is a relatively straight-forward process but will take several years to do it in a fair and cost-effective way.

It’s not complicated because we don’t need to reinvent the wheel. The new head of state role would have very similar powers and functions as the Monarch and Governor-General do now. The office would likewise operate in accordance with current constitutional conventions

It would be an improvement on the current role of Governor-General. The person would be a New Zealander and chosen by merit but the role would also be democratically selected, more independent and more effective than the current two roles.

New Zealand has been appointing its own Governor-General since 1967. Fifty years is long enough for our own stable constitutional rules and conventions to become imbedded. Ten successive New Zealand Governors-General have equipped us well for the future.

The head of state process would not the same as the one adopted for the current flag change referenda. Having our own Head of State is an important practical and constitutional change. The Head of State Commission will need to be made up of people with the relevant legal and constitutional expertise.

The flag debate is a healthy discussion to be having and New Zealand does need a new flag, however, rushing through the design and consultation process has not improved the quality of the debate or the alternatives on offer.

Time waits for no one but constitutional arrangements work best when they change slowly and with forethought.

If we don’t get on with making plans for the years ahead we will end up with yet another British Head of State who is prevented from doing the job we need them to do. We will have another Governor-General who is almost, but not quite, our head of state.

Waiting for the end of Elizabeth’s reign is simply delaying the inevitable. We need to be prepared and create a head of state that works for all New Zealanders.

Savage is chair of New Zealand Republic. He is also a writer and filmmaker and lives in west Auckland.

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About TeManawa

Build on truth for lasting foundations Introduction I am Debra Ann Potroz, my hapu is Ngaati Mahuta. Born Under the watchful eyes of Mount Taranaki in Aotearoa Land of the long white cloud(NZ) I am descended from a long line of Kings. I was raised by my Tupuna, great ancestors of the past. On July 4th 2007 I was informed by an elder of the council of elders I received and in response accepted succession to the Maori Throne (confirmed Oct 2011). Later in the year this same Kaumatua informed me Mother of the Nations had been conferred adding the elders had called me TeManawa (The Heart) by which I was to be known. Previously an elder of Maniapoto had bestowed the name Hawaiikirangi. There is also official and validated Authority as The word made manifest, Christos, anointed one, since 1999, which has also been documented and recorded since 1992 to current. Barry Brailsford one of our great New Zealand authors released prophesy of the one to come who would hold up a stone at the temple of the 4 winds, he wrote she is the Leader of the Children of Light. In a glass case it waited 5 years for the hands that would lift it. In 1999 they arrived. The profile picture is of the stone (Petros Petra) named "Te Tapu Manawa nui" meaning The sacred big Heart (Manawa nui means Heart, brave, patient steadfast) yet it is the intent of nui to express in this case pure, Immaculate. Green stone is the stone of pure creation. It is the stone of peace, of The Gods, the fish, The stone of heaven and The Grail stone. Poutini is its guardian and is the first star of Orion's belt. It is held up at the gate of Tula on earth under the stars of Orion's belt, by Te Manawa (The heart) the person and first(An) in the sacred marriage as Poutini and Te Tapu Manawa nui in her hands join heaven to earth and earth to heaven. TeManawa as The word (Christos, anointed one) makes declaration standing in the circle of creation - Te means tree thus the true cross of Christ or the logos/word. Those with true hearts being the fertile soil shall find them. Debra also received "the foundation stone" in Maui 1996. Barry is of the Waitaha people, Te Manawa is Maori her (tribe) Iwi is Waikato whose waka is both on earth and in heaven being te waka o Tainui o te Ra. The waka bow is the Pleiades, Aldebaran is in the sail also known as The Golden Arrow and Orion's belt is the stern. TeManawa is The Heart of Heaven and the Heart of Earth. Kuia Taini Drummond explained the people are the heart beat. And thus TeManawa is announced to the world. All material is copyright Soul Directions 1992. Permission must be obtained to reproduce or use. Where permission is given no alteration to the material may be done. Bragging rights TeManawa has two sons, Tristan Pascoe and Samuel Potroz (Hill). Samuel is anointed and was held up to the four winds by Kaumatua Pereme Porter shortly after Samuel's birth in ancient ceremony. Telegram - Song of the Heart
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