Navigators and Naturalists – French exploration of New Zealand and the South Seas (1769 - 1824), by Michael Lee.
Married and Gone to New Zealand, edited by Alison Drummond.
Anyone interested in the truth about NZ history should read these books.Read more
1. ‘Blood and Tears’, by Adam Plover
“New Zealand's history is being rewritten with a new narrative in favour of the ever-growing grievance industry. In the process real historical events are being swept under the carpet and out of sight if they get in the way of this new agenda. This book, based on facts alone and impeccably researched, tells of some of these long-buried events as they really happened”.Read more
Two associate professors at Waikato University seized the opportunity they perceived in the tragedy in Christchurch to present what one of calls “colonial terror and violence since 1642”, and the other “Maori had been victims to acts of terrorism in Aotearoa in the past”.Read more
‘The Treaty and its Times’, by Paul Moon and Peter Briggs, (Resource Books).
Starting around 1800, this book moves to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and finishes with the Northland wars of 1845. You will find detail on how and why the Treaty was written, the robust debate around the signing, and its aftermath. An excellent reference book.
- ‘Drifting into racism, the destruction of New Zealand social structure’ by Dr John Robinson, the author of ‘The corruption of New Zealand democracy, a Treaty overview’, ‘When two cultures meet, the New Zealand experience’, and ‘The Kingite Rebellion’. Other articles by Dr Robinson can be accessed on the Kiwi Frontline Forum by clicking HERE.
With the summer break coming up for many of us, we have put together a list of recommended reading. (Hardly light entertainment, but enlightening!)Read more
Taking up the challenge from Mike Lee to become better informed about our history, please see below a list of suggestions from members of the Democracy Action working group:Read more