This very scholarly life by Judith Binney of the Maori "terrorist"/"freedom fighter" Te Kooti in early New Zealand, who converted to founding a Christian religion Ringatu "The Upraised Hand", is a must read for all interested in such terrorism. His recent successors Paul and Sir Monita Delamere have been in the forefront of correcting many old colonial injustices.

This very scholarly life by Judith Binney of the Maori "terrorist"/"freedom fighter" Te Kooti in early New Zealand, who converted to founding a Christian religion Ringatu "The Upraised Hand", is a must read for all interested in such terrorism. His recent successors Paul and Sir Monita Delamere have been in the forefront of correcting many old colonial injustices.

Gisborne, Poverty Bay. Scene of the massacre by Te Kooti and his tribe, East Coast, NZ (caption) Date: [ca 1870?]

Gisborne, Poverty Bay. Scene of the massacre by Te Kooti and his tribe, East Coast, NZ (caption) Date: [ca 1870?]

“Maori Whare” Tahau follower of Te Kooti, Josiah Martin (1843 – 1916) after Herbert Deveril. Albumen Photograph. (Michael Evans, France)

“Maori Whare” Tahau follower of Te Kooti, Josiah Martin (1843 – 1916) after Herbert Deveril. Albumen Photograph. (Michael Evans, France)

Te Kooti's flag

Te Kooti's flag

te kooti //artselemental ta moko

te kooti //artselemental ta moko

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