“Jurassic Park” Style Giant Border Wall to help Exterminate Millions of Animals

Posted by on June 30, 2018 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments

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By Markab Algedi | The Mind Unleashed

Usually native tribes to countries conquered by colonial powers hundreds of years ago don’t choose to help the government exterminate millions of animals.

In New Zealand however, some Māori Iwi leaders seem more than willing to sell out. In 2014, the Ngāti Kurī native tribe signed a Deed of Settlement under something called the Treaty of Waitangi resettlement process, basically accepting millions of dollars from the New Zealand government to forgive the crown for conquering their people.

Many within and outside the Māori Iwi community considered the multi million dollar settlement a sellout move. They weren’t the only tribe to accept such payments.

This is Russell Kemp, from the Northland Iwi tribe of Te Uri O Hau.

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He influenced his tribe to accept a similar deal in the year 2000. According to Radio NZ:

“In 1991, he lodged the Wai 229 Treaty Claim with the Waitangi Tribunal for Te Uri O Hau and was a negotiator for the tribe which signed its deed of settlement in the Crown in 2000.

He was the chairman of both Te Uri O Hau Settlement Trust and Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua.”

He was made an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit: if you know what this “honor” is about, you’d know a native leader would have to completely sell out to obtain it.

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Who else is an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit? Former New Zealand Minister of Conservation, Maggie Barry.

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She started a program called “Predator Free 2050,” a ruthless, animal-genocidal government plan to exterminate just about every last non-native mammal to New Zealand.

What appear to be millions of animals are set to be exterminated with a dangerous toxin that leeches into the water supply and poisons human beings and other animals under this unprecedented program of death.

As we mentioned in a previous article about Maggie Barry’s plan, the New Zealand government is set to use artificial intelligence linked killing machines equipped with paintball gun type things, that shoot 1080 poison (sodium fluoroacetate), to kill off apparently all non-native mammals to New Zealand by the year 2050. They claim these animals are “predators,” but herbivores suffer too.

So why did the New Zealand government enthusiastically dish out millions to these Iwi, and other tribes who signed deeds of settlement? Because the money came with strings attached.

Possibly using this very same money, now these Iwi of Northland will devote $1.2 million to constructing a gigantic, “Jurassic Park-style anti-pest fence.”





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