Who and What are the Assembled Owners

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The Assembled Owners means all the Sovereign [de jure] of the land assembled together in congress.

The Assembled Owners of Paremata [Parliament] of Baludarri Rangihou [Aust & NZ) are Sovereign [de jure] only. Meaning all those that have gone through the ‘Introduction to Exodus‘ process, unplugged and reclaimed their sovereign status.

The power is in the Assembled Owners Sovereign [de jure], not the individual.

Paremata [Parliament] of Baludarri Rangihou [Aust & NZ) is for all sovereigns and also for infants that are working alongside the sovereigns through the transitional stage.

Paremata [Parliament] of Baludarri Rangihou [Aust & NZ) operates in the PRIVATE, therefore all sovereigns are anonymous, known only by ‘number’ to infants, and ‘do not carry their birth certificate name’. The Sovereign [de jure] are not puppets for all infants to look at, they live peacefully amoung us all.

Reminder: Paremata [Parliament] of Baludarri Rangihou [Aust & NZ) does NOT have any affect or bearing ‘what-so-ever’ on those in infant state. Those in infant state do not have any say in this Sovereign [de jure] Parliament engine room (so to speak) as they are still being administered by the purported government. To be a part of Paremata [Parliament] of Baludarri Rangihou [Aust & NZ), and have your say, you have to do your own walk; ‘through the eye of the needle’ and join the Sovereign [de jure] Assembled Owners.

We will be waiting for you.


4 comments on “Who and What are the Assembled Owners

  1. Does this all in any way address concerns for our Pakeha brothers and sisters whose placenta is also buried in these lands? Will they too be recognised as Maori – Indigenous – Originating and living or occurring naturally in an area or environment?
    When you speak of “Chiefs” how do you propose there be Chiefs when all are sovereign and equal under God?
    Would it not be better for all if the present system were brought to order to serve all of the people as it was designed to, bringing those in the parliament and judiciary to the proper position in status as servants of the trusts?
    There is a concern that any separation of “the people” may result in further inequalities, and less support, those gaining new powers simply replacing the old, becoming the very thing they presently so despise.

    • yea bro i totally agree…u are tangata whenua also and it should apply to those who call Aotearoa there home too..kotahitanga bro..thats us

    • I agree with evrything you say. The political system in Aotearoa is totally corrupt and things do need to change.

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