Thank you for supporting Maori Ranger Security Division & Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Embassy
Important Notice: Please expect delays on card orders and other services as we are moving into a new premises, restructuring our
team members and drafting new guidelines for our organisations. Due to popular demand please expect delays of 2 weeks with our online card orders.
Our team are working 7 days a week to keep up with demand & we thank-you for your patience.
Our team have been hindered by New Zealand Government Agency interference & we are collecting evidence of these events for International Review and Publication.
Our Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Ambassadors are concerned with New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister's lack of Diplomatic Etiquette and question why the Minister Nanaia Mahuta fails to recognise our Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa Diplomatic Mission, when our team are protected by the United Nations Safety & Security Services since 2004.
We also question why Nanaia claims to be Top Diplomat of Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa, when she was involved in selling the Seabed & Foreshore in 2004, is officially disqualified to represent people of the pacific by Indigenous Lore, was not elected into her NZ Ministerial position and is actively involved in harming the Indigenous people of Te-Moana-Nui-A-Kiwa by causing our Ambassadors to be arrested and property to be seized.
Updated reports of these issues will be published on our websites in August 2021
Our team does not receive any funding which effects our ability to employ the staff required to keep up with demand. As we expand our Diplomatic Mission new challenges occur for our team, however by growing in numbers is how we can achieve better outcomes for our Island Nation. So we thank you all greatly for your support, for buying our cards and for participating in the largest Diplomatic Mission in modern history.
Officially Conducting the Largest Diplomatic Mission in Modern History
Diplomatic Mission Initiated by United Nations Safety & Security 2004
1835 He Whakaputanga & Wakaminenga O Nga Hapu are recognised by Royal Decree, International Treaty & United Nations Safety & Security Services