To enlarge on that obtain Rosa Koire’s book Behind the Green Mask. Rosa has many videos on YT (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPUJcxSKTOKaz5tVGfqDmKQ/videos) also explaining the agenda. She spotted it (as have many) in the course of her work which happened to be dealing with land. When you know this agenda of ‘them’ owning all property and we owning none (they’ve come right out and said it publicly now … we will own nothing & will lease everything, AND they add, we will be happy) I know who will be happy. Another like Rosa who detected the agenda because of her work and association with the UN during the 1990s, and who particularly highlighted the ‘public private partnerships’ MO, is Joan Veon… see her also on the Agenda 21/30 pages, main menu. There are many more.
These poor unfortunate people of Matatā have been incrementally driven off their lands. To indigenous peoples this will sound very familiar. We have round two now in process. Note also how the globalists rebrand/rename their activities: ‘eviction’ becomes ‘managed retreat’. It simply means they were given offers they couldn’t refuse. Meanwhile whilst they angst over the said offers their health declines from the stress as did a woman in the Matatā scenario.
Trickery and chicanery all the way. In Scotland back in the day, they simply torched their houses which made way for sheep. In NZ & elsewhere, guns did the trick, along with Act tweaking & jail. Here, like the Enclosure Acts of long-ago England, just tweak the Resource Management Act. Done.
The Last Man Standing Against Matatā’s Managed Retreat
And then there was one.
Take State Highway 2 from Tauranga to Whakatāne. At the beachfront settlement of Matatā, pass the almost-abandoned Clem Elliot Drive, and the field of boulders that came down in the debris flow, and you’ll see Greg Fahey’s place on the left.
The sign on the fence is a giveaway – “Leave our homes alone,” it reads.
Fahey lives in a shipping container on a section 200m from the golden sand beach.
It might not look like much, but it’s his and he’s damned if he’s going to let local councils tell him he can’t live there.
Fahey is the last resident in the Bay of Plenty red zone fighting against managed retreat.
While one local previously promised war if authorities tried to kick him out, the only war here has been one of attrition. One by one, the owners in the potential path of any debris funnelling down Awatarariki Stream have signed up to Whakatāne District Council’s buyout offer.
While the council still calls it voluntary managed retreat, residents say it’s been anything but.
But one man is still refusing to budge.