Uproar In New Zealand Over Scientific Cover-up Of Ancient History
Fri, 28/12/2012 - 15:19 — smashdracs
Talk Back radio has today been awash with uproar and anger sparked by comments made by Ngapuhi leader David Rankin and the release of a book earlier this year Co-authored by New Zealand pre-historians Maxwell C Hill and Gary Cook, with Dargaville shipwreck explorer Noel Hilliam, titled "To The Ends Of The Earth" which details archeological evidence of ancient pre-Maori settlement in New Zealand.
There are over 100 historical sites around the country pointing to the reality of settlement here long before the Maori arrived and the Government has slapped embargoes on the scientific findings to ensure our current generation never learns of their findings.
From the ruins in the Waipoua Forest to the "Kaimanawa Wall" to ancient stone carvings at Raglan and skeletal remains dating back thousands of years, why has the Government shut all of this down? Why are New Zealander's banned from seeing all of this evidence and why are these sites not protected? Some of these sites have already been destroyed by development and forestry.
Perhaps the Government wants all of this buried to prevent an angry uprising over the huge sums of money paid out to Maori in compensation related to the Treaty of Waitangi. Is the history of our country about to be re-written?