If you’re wondering why so many of my posts are about media coverage, that’s because I’m still very much in the fundraising stage of the Treatygate/Colourblind State campaign.
I want to prove to potential funders that the snowball that elocal magazine set in motion with its Treatygate story can build into an avalanche capable of terrifying the government into obeying the will of the people.
So the campaign proper has yet to begin.
But here’s a taste of the sort of historical detail I’ll be revealing.
It’s from a letter written by Governor Sir George Grey to the rebel Waikato chiefs in 1863.
There’s masses more where this came from.