Tuesday, June 21, 2016

MAORI RIPPING OFF MAORI

In Northland gullible Maori are being scammed by a Maori
Incorporation 'Nga Uri Whakatupu Ngati Hine' who are charging $250 for a fake Warrant of Fitness citing as their authority the (non-existent) Native Waka Motor Vehicle Act 2005'.    In defending the scam Phil Saleh said that a Maori Incorporation is essentially a 'State outside of Government' and that gives them the right to make their own laws.

Even if this were legit (which it ain't) just why anyone would pay $250 for something costing $50 beggars belief.   The answer is simple ... people purchasing these 'warrants' know their vehicles haven't got a shit show in hell of meeting real WOF standards.   Ricky Siosoua is a mechanic in Rawene who has come across four cars sporting fake warrants, some of which weren’t even close to roadworthy.  “As soon as he opened his door, his door fell off,” says Mr Siosoua. “I mean, that tells me a lot.”

Drivers of these vehicles are putting themselves, their families and all other road users at risk.    Any vehicle caught with one of these fake warrants should be immediately impounded by the Police.

But the really sad thing in all of this is that fact that it is Maori who preying on gullible fellow Maori.   Not sure that the likes of even John Harawira would approve ... although perhaps he does on the basis of cocking a snoot at 'colonist' laws.


22 comments:

Noel said...

Nothing will happen.
When a similar situation on Maori Sovereignty visas been sold to overstaying Islanders occurred Immigration didn't seize the opportunity to let them leave and deport them on return.

Noel said...

Maori ripping off Maori???

Not Englishman Phil Saleh is it?.

http://www.newshub.co.nz/nznews/englishman-unknowingly-living-illegally-in-nz-for-20-years-2009072320#ixzz4CAMlWnYk

Gerald said...

Englishmen ripping of Maori.
Hasn't that occurred before in NZ history?

The Veteran said...

Noel ... you may or may not be right in terms of outcomes although the Police have made it clear they are going to act. Just how Saleh has inserted himself into the picture is unclear. He is not Maori.
He should be one of the first the Police have a 'come to Jesus' talk with.

But you have to ask who benefits from this deception ... follow the money trail and it's nothing more than 'wide boy' Maori ripping off their gullible brethren. Dunno what it is with the water up here ... Ngati Kahu vs Ngai Takoto over the Kaitaia airport and now elements in Ngati Hine gone rogue. All this against a backdrop of Ngapuhi continuing to fight among themselves and you get a glimmer of why Northland has failed to reach it's true economic potential.

The Veteran said...

Gerald ... Saleh sez he got his warrant, registration and number plates for 'free'. Whether he is part of the scam is a moot point. But these sort of scams having been going on up here for years. Like the fake Kaumatua peddling the canard at Marae meetings (admission a $50 koha) that every Maori is entitled to his/her 'national dividend' held in trust for them by the Crown (calculated as the total wealth of NZL divided by the number of Maori) but that a Pakeha government is refusing to release this money. More fertile ground for the grievance industry.

You talk about 'Whitey' ripping off Maori and yes that happened as yes the WT is charged with helping to achieve resolution of these injustices. But who is there to protect Maori from their own ripoff merchants?

Noel said...

" you get a glimmer of why Northland has failed to reach it's true economic potential"

Ah so it's all the fault of Maori. Strange I always had this perception it was something to do with upgrading bridges.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Noel

Yes it is;

https://www.facebook.com/people/Phil-Saleh/100005656307453

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Noel

Just another dopey Pom gone troppo. I mean, subtroppo.

Ursula said...



" Noel said...
" you get a glimmer of why Northland has failed to reach it's true economic potential"
Ah so it's all the fault of Maori. Strange I always had this perception it was something to do with upgrading bridges."



Noel, a "glimmer" is a faint, feeble light, so claiming that Veteran's observations mean " Ah so it's all the fault of Maori" is a bit of a stretch.

It may, however, be closer to the truth than your assertion that it was something to do with upgrading bridges. The Northland voters chose not to hold the Government to an offer to upgrade those bridges, instead opting for a diversionary voice to represent their Electorate. Are they happy with that representation so far?

Noel said...

Ursula
Assertions meaning as I remember it is a confident and forceful statement of fact or belief.

If I am guilty of stretching with glimmer then so are you with perception.

Ursula said...


Noel, You are correct. I did incorrectly use assertion where you used perception. I acknowledge my error - apologies for overstating your position.

The Veteran said...

Noel ... there are a myriad of reasons holding Northland back (including inter-generational welfare dependency by both Maori and Pakeha excerbated by the fact that you can live quite well up here on the benefit supplemented by some wacky-baccy growing and paua poaching)) but you would be a fool not to realize there are systemic problems in Maoridom up here with Hapu vs Hapu and Iwi vs Iwi and Maori ripping off Maori compounded by a general disrespect for the rule of law.

It is unfortunate that this sort of action by some in Maoridom serves to overshadow the real innovative work done by others ... such as the establishment of the QRC Te Tai Tokarau Tourism and Hospitality Management College here in Paihia which started this year with an initial intake of 25 students (mainly Maori and Chinese) building to 75 by years end and with plans to expand to over 300. This is a joint venture between Queenstown Resort College (NZLs premier tourism College), Maori Tourism and Shanghai Cred, the developers behind the plan to develop the Carrington Resort Winery and Golf Course into the largest five star resort in New Zealand.

leslie tekooti said...

Lets be clear, firstly non of the motor vehicles on the TV News article were Maori registered vehicles,they are registered with the NZ Government.In our view,your article was misleading,untrue and defamation of our Hapu.This article was completely untrue,without evidence,jurisdiction,and made with deliberate intent to deceive.This is just further Crown Corporation propaganda enslaving the people for profits.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

leslie tekooti

(If that is your real name)

Go away and learn to write decent English. Might be as well for you to study up on some of those big words to discover what they actually mean.

Isn't there a charter school close to where you live?

Natasha Kuru said...

I know Phil. He dose not sell waka plates or any such thing. He is a New Zealand fire fighter officer, an IT professional, hardly needs to fraud warrants nor would he. No police history totally clean skin. So before you gossip like old lady's behind peoples back, you should get some facts and stop believing media propaganda, What is true is that Phil exposed the fraud and corruption by the crown corporation, ministry of justice and the fraud, perjury lies they tell and do to hurt our people. He has been threaten by the NZ government to be kicked out if he pursues the truth and exposes the corruption. The government will use anything they can to create some kind of offense against him because as it stand there back is up against the wall, TV1 news did not state that on the news or that on the 15 April 2013 the crown corporation kidnapped his six year old child, stole his home and all his property, without notice, no charge no office no hearing no warrant. Before you gossip about people being there back like cowards get the facts first, stand up for your people and your freedom and stop being government trolls. We need men not cowards.

Sarah King said...

OMG these guys are totally brainwashed by television. They must watch and believe infomercials to. They should get on there fitness riders and lose some weight because the adds and tv are all true. Phil Saleh stands up against court corruption, child abuse, crown fraud, what do you old gossips do. She is right we need men not old women without fact trying to boost there own egos. Stick to the tv ads boys, we need men.

Anonymous said...

Get these idiots to produce one person who has paid $250 for a fake WOF. If they cannot put there money where there mouth is, sue them for slander and deformation. I copied there post and sent to Phil. Check there criminal history, they have criminal history is that not true Adolf Fiinkensein and that's not your real name, is it now. you are to ashamed to use your real name.

Psycho Milt said...

I had a look at the story Natasha Kuru mentions, it's available here: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1631376453776130&id=1435847726662338. It includes claims such as The human rights commissioner made a personal phone call to me stating “you are a danger to New Zealand government, if you leave the country you will not be allowed back in”. I feel a certain sense of scepticism...

Ruth Smith said...

Who would pay $250 for a WOF when you can buy one off the Crown for $50. Who is the person that paid $250? it was not shown on the news. I saw the news clip both WOF’s shown are for different cars? Where are they? Who made the claim they spent $250 on a fake WOF. They were not on the news. All rubbish to fool TV heads who believe the news media propaganda. We no Phil, straight as, honourable, they said he was given his rego by Māori, so who says he is selling them? To who? Where? When? Ask Davis the MP he is in on the Crown corruption racket. They just want to frame Phil for anything they can drum up because he has them by the balls for fraud, corruption, child abuse and criminal intent causing serious harm and injury. That’s the corrupt CROWN you all love and serve, pay and salve to. Go see Phil go tell your lies to his face instead of behind his back. Natasha is right you are just gossiping old women. We need men.

Anonymous Natasha Kuru said...

Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993
Maori Land Act 1993

(3) In the event of any conflict in meaning between the Maori and
the English versions of the Preamble, the Maori version shall
prevail.
Section 2(2): amended, on 1 July 2002, by section 4 of Te Ture Whenua Maori
Amendment Act 2002 (2002 No 16).

Sarah Reed said...

The media is owned by the government, Natasha is right they are just infomercials to deceive the public. The real news on Government corruption is never shown. the Maori version will prevail when we all stand up together against these terrorist. The crown is not the queen, it's a corporation like McDonald's with armed enforcement officers to take your cash like it or not. There are bigger things to put on the News than Maori number plates, like, police fraud, corrupt judges, private bank scams thieving off the public, really do the public buy into the media rubbish and propaganda.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Oh dear. The price we pay for educating savages.