Maori People of New Zealand Perform Haka War Dance in Protest Against Forced Vaccination

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Maori People of New Zealand Perform Haka War Dance in Protest Against Forced Vaccination

by Alicia Green, contributing writer at Truth Comes to Light
February 14, 2022


The Maori people have had enough of tyrannical New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. They are protesting outside and performing the Haka, a ceremonial war dance.

They are protesting outside the New Zealand Parliament Building calling for an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates and they are joined by many in their war dance.

A brief history of the Maori people who arrived in New Zealand around 1300 ce, according to Encyclopedia Britannica:

“The first European contact, arrived off the coast of New Zealand in December 1642. He did battle with a group of Maori on South Island and left the area largely unexplored. In 1769–70 Capt. James Cook circumnavigated the two major islands and wrote about the intelligence of the Maori and the suitability of New Zealand for colonization. Whalers, sealers, and other Europeans seeking profit were initially welcomed by the Maori. With the introduction of muskets, disease, Western agricultural methods, and missionaries, however, Maori culture and social structure began to disintegrate. By the late 1830s New Zealand had been joined to Europe, and European settlers landed by the score.””

The Treaty of Waitangi, February 6, 1840, gave ownership of the Maori land to Great Britain:

“The Treaty of Waitangi was a historic pact between Great Britain and a number of New Zealand Maori tribes of North Island. It purported to protect Maori rights and was the immediate basis of the British annexation of New Zealand. Negotiated at the settlement of Waitangi on February 5–6 by Britain’s designated consul and lieutenant governor William Hobson and many leading Maori chiefs, the treaty’s three articles provided for (1) the Maori signatories’ acceptance of the British queen’s sovereignty in their lands, (2) the crown’s protection of Maori possessions, with the exclusive right of the queen to purchase Maori land, and (3) full rights of British subjects for the Maori signatories.”

Day 2 of at the Grand Jury of the People’s Court of Public Opinion explains how much power and control the City of London and The Crown (Corona) have, not only over New Zealand and it’s people, but all over the world.

Rawiri Waititi and the Maori Party have called for a divorce from the Queen of England. When he was sworn in to Parliament, Waititi refused to swear only to Queen Elizabeth.

Recently, the Maori Party’s Rawiri Waititi, was thrown out of the parliamentary chambers while debating for indigenous rights and performing the Haka war dance. He has been an advocate for the Maori’s right to choose vaccination. The co-leader of the Maori Party, Debbie Ngarewa-Packer, also advocates for the right to choose vaccination.

Prime Minister Ardern believes these current protests are “imported” and are a result of the Canadian trucker protests:

“New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday she felt demonstrations against a COVID-19 vaccine mandate now entering their second week were an “imported” phenomenon, and nothing like anything she had seen before in the country.”

Ardern also stated in this interview that the protests are a result of people believing misinformation and disinformation. “Seeing people that are so enraged by things that just aren’t true is worrisome and is something that we are all going to have to confront.”

Dance with the Maori to end the vaccine mandates!


Alicia Green is an instinctive researcher and writer, with BA in Psychology and BS in Advertising. She gained her first experience as an investigative news reporter while working for a student-run news publication, providing breaking news and information on issues affecting the university and local community.

Alicia Green is a contributing writer at Truth Comes to Light.

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