Archive for April, 2008
Posted by feww on April 30, 2008
Tourist killed in a horrific riverboarding accident near Queenstown.
Emily Louise Jordan, 21, of Worcester in England drowned while river-boarding in the Kawarau Gorge yesterday, as her boyfriend helplessly looked on. (source)
How many more tourists must be killed in the Deathland before a global ban on tourism in New Zealand is finally imposed?
Update: It has been revealed that the victim was on a world trip with her 23-year-old boyfriend after finishing their studies. They had traveled through South America without so much as a nosebleed.
The victim’s parents would arrange for her body to be returned to England. It is hoped that they would seek substantial damages for the tragic but unnecessary loss of their loved one, and join the campaign to stop tourism in New Zealand.
Posted in rape, Tourism, tourist, Tourist Deathtrap, Travel | Tagged: Deathland, dorset, drowned, Emily Louise Jordan, England, killed, New Zealand, Queenstown, riverboarding, tourist, Worcester | 1 Comment »
Posted by feww on April 28, 2008
Submitted by a guest contributor:
A staggering one in 10 New Zealanders are considering a move to Australia according to a new poll.
There are probably a few people in New Zealand with higher than 2-digit IQs who don’t commit crimes against the tourists, don’t abuse their children and don’t drink and drive, though they all speak with the same repugnant accent. It’s hard to say how many of them are out there, but there are a few.
It has been said that “God” asked the Americans where they wanted to go, and they said to the land of plenty, so he blew their boat the Americas way.
The Australians, wanted the sun, sand and rain dance, so they where sent down under. When the New Zealanders’ turn came up, they said to “almighty”: “When we sober up we want to be like them, pointing towards the Aussies.”
In the year ending November 2007, some 76,000 people, nearly 2 percent of the population left New Zealand, an increase of 7,800 from the year ending November 2006. the numbers for 2008 are expected to be even higher.
Posted in health, Murder, New Zealand, New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome, rape, Tourism, tourist, Travel | Tagged: 2-digit IQ, abuse, Americans, australians, child abuse, drink drive, poll | 5 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 24, 2008
Robbie O’Brien, 31, was attacked by a group of muggers in Westport, New Zealand. He suffered cuts to his face and needed hospital treatment.
Karen Aim, 26, a Scottish tourist, was found in a pool of blood, caused by a serious head injury, on a street corner in Taupo, New Zealand. She spoke with the responding officers and gave her name. It’s not known whether her life could have been saved had the authorities acted professionally. Karen’s body will be flown to Scotland and then by boat to her home in Orkney Islands.
Eight English and Dutch tourists, including two women, while walking through a shopping mall in the center of Christchurch on Saturday, were attacked by five knife-wielding New Zealanders in their late teens to early 20s. Six of the tourists were stabbed and required hospital treatment, one with critical injuries.
Last month ( March 2008 ), a 32-year-old Canadian tourist suffered a fractured skull and other head injuries near where Karen Aim was brutalized and murdered.The attacker knocked the tourist unconscious and stole his belongings.
A 27-year-old English tourist was seriously sexually assaulted [syn: RAPED] while walking at a beauty spot (!) near Bay of Islands. The victim was dragged from the track and raped by a white male in his mid to late 30s.
The latest rape incident occurred in the same place where a honeymooning Dutch couple were viciously attacked over a year ago. The Dutch couple were tied up; the bride was raped by the attackers, and the couple were later forced to withdraw money from an ATM to pay the rapists.
The brother of missing Israeli tourist says the family may have to sell their home in Israel to help fund the search for his sister. The misssing woman failed to return to Queenstown on March 27 after a day out walking on a track in Fiordland. Police has called off an official search for Ms Okin, but her brother has now set up a trust to fund a private search for her. “We don’t believe in people just disappearing,” he told The Press. (Source)
The Malevolent NZ Authorities are violating the tourists’ human rights and are party to the crimes perpetrated against them through concealment of tourist murder statistics, misrepresentation of facts about tourist safety, and negligence in failing to provide adequate protection for the visitors!
CASF Human Rights Team has asked the NZ Ministry of Justice and several other ministries for a list of foreigners who have been murdered or ‘accidentally’ killed in New Zealand in the past few years. Unfortunately, the New Zealand authorities declined to provide any information.
According to nztourmaps.com, a New Zealand tourism promotion company, about 779 overseas visitors were killed in New Zealand between 2001 to 2006. [Note: the figure provided may be a gross underestimate, though it still means overseas visitors are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.]
PM of New Zealand and the felonious members of her malevolent government MUST be held jointly and severally responsible for each and every incident of murder, rape, assault, or harm that befalls the UNSUSPECTING tourists in that country. The morally repugnant b*stards should be sued for every ill-gotten penny they have got!
New Zealand: A Tourist Deathtrap!
Welcome to New Zealand!
And will you be playing New Zealand Roulette, or have you booked other games?
You are twice more likely to be killed on New Zealand roads than in Germany, and probably up to 1,000 times more likely to fall victim to a serious assault!
[Note: NZ government agencies have declined to provide the relevant stats on the numbers of assaults and murders of foreigners.]
A 25-year-old Korean national was killed on NZ State Highway 2
Two Koreans were injured in tourist bus collision
Three tourists hurt in vicious Queenstown street attack: “It was a very serious assault,” police said. http://www.stuff.co.nz/4405769a11.html
Road Death toll: Month-to-date (Land Transport New Zealand)
As at 18 Feb 2008 : 28 deaths
Same time last year: 10 deaths
[Data retrieved on Feb. 18, 2008 from the URL: http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/research/toll.html%5D
Road Death toll: Month-to-date (Land Transport New Zealand)
As at 20 Feb 2008 : 27 deaths (!)
Same time last year: 14 deaths
[Data retrieved on Feb. 20, 2008 from the URL: http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/research/toll.html%5D
[Caution: NZ govt. statistics ARE doctored! New Zealand is probably the only country in the world where the dead are statistically resurrected for aesthetic reasons!]
Links to recent tourist fatalities in NZ:
New Zealand: A Tourist Deathtrap
Canadian Tourist Murdered?
Murdered in New Zealand in the Prime of Her Life
A 57-year-old American tourist fell to his death after missing unmarked “path” in Mt Cook
A British tourist killed in bus crash, fate of the other seriously injured tourists unknown
Roads claim nine lives during weekend
One person is dead and two seriously injured in a tourist bus collision yesterday.
Crash raises road toll to 11 for January
Tourist bus crashes with van, 1 dead.
Three female Korean tourists, aged 18, 19, and 34, had their right arms amputated after the crash. Another passenger suffered a fractured eye socket.
Eight Chinese tourists were taken to hospital, one with serious injuries.
West Coast bus crash injures 21 overseas tourists [with 10 receiving severe injuries such as fractured limbs.]
One tourist was killed and Eight others are in a critical condition after a head-on crash in Waikato. http://www.stuff.co.nz/4342236a11.html
22 foreign tourists run for their lives after their bus catches fire
A 46-year-old Malaysian woman was raped in Auckland
Posted in Murder, New Zealand, New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome, rape, Tourism, tourist, Tourist Deathtrap, Travel | Tagged: Canadian, Chinese, Dutch, Dutch Honeymoon, English, german, helen clark, human rights, indian, Irish, Israeli, Japanese, Karen Aim, korean, Liat Okin, negligence, Robbie O'Brien, silence | 2 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 23, 2008
Do Not Travel to New Zealand!
Just days after 8 English and Dutch tourists were mugged and stabbed in New Zealand, an Irish tourist was viciously attacked and mugged.
He was suddenly and unexpectedly punched in the face and when he fell to the ground he was kicked in the head by the attacker.
The tourist received lacerations to his face and head and required hospital treatment.
Last month ( March 2008 ), a 32-year-old Canadian tourist, who was viciously attacked and rubbed, suffered a fractured skull near where Karen Aim was brutalized and murdered.
Tourists in New Zealand are soft targets. They carry cash, credit cards and often valuable items such as cameras; they are easily identified by their accents against a background of diabolical New Zealand accent. News Report
Posted in mugging, New Zealand, serious assaults, Tourism, tourist, Tourist Deathtrap, Travel | Tagged: Dublin, injuries, Ireland, Irish, soft target | 1 Comment »
Posted by feww on April 22, 2008
New Zealand is a safe haven for sex offenders
A New Zealand pedophile held birthday parties for toddlers while on bail for numerous sex charges.
Richard Miller, 45, appeared in Napier District Court on Tuesday for breaching his bail conditions, Hawke’s Bay Today reported.
Miller has been charged with 12 sex crimes, including the rape and abduction of a six-year-old girl, indecent assault and unlawful sexual connection with children aged between six and 16. Source
‘Perfect neighbor’ a pedophile
Sunday Star Times | Sunday, 18 May 2008
“A mother is outraged that she wasn’t warned about her “perfect neighbor” – a convicted pedophile who, for three years, was sexually abusing her two young daughters. (Source)
In a country ruled by Caligula and her [his?] morally deviant cabinet from hell, what’s the big surprise?
Posted in Murder, rape, Tourism, tourist, Travel | Tagged: cabinet from hell, Caligula, helen clark, morally deviant, New Zealand, pedophile, rape, safe haven, sex offence, toddlers | 6 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 21, 2008
Posted in cheap, human life, incompetence, negligence, New Zealand, Tourism, Travel | Tagged: disaster, drowning, Murder, School camp deaths, school trip | 2 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 18, 2008
Hades, Abode of the Dead
Six students and a teacher from Auckland’s Elim Christian College died after the group of 12 got caught out by a rapidly rising stream caused by flash floods.
It has now been reveled that the outdoor center which organized the fatal canoing trip didn’t get a Met Service warning of rapidly rising waterways. Report
How much is a human life worth in New Zealand?
Posted in flash floods, incompetence, negligence, Tourism, Travel, unlawful killing | Tagged: animals, Canoeing, death, hades, human life, Kayaking, New Zealand, outdoor sports | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 15, 2008
Muggings are on the rise. Avoid Traveling to New Zealand.
After the latest incident in which eight English and dutch tourists, including two women, were attacked by a large gang of knife-wielding Caucasian New Zealanders, and other incidents of robbery targeting foreign visitors (see references below), a trend seems to be emerging.
The attackers, 6 men in their late 20s or early 30s, shouted, “they have the wrong accent!” as they proceeded to stab six of the tourists, in what seems to be a mugging incident.
If you are traveling to New Zealand
Don’t drive on the deadly roads.
Don’t walk alone. Make sure you visit places in groups of 20 to 30 people.
When attacked by muggers, hand over your money without any resistance, or you could get stabbed.
Posted in health, mugging, rape, tourist, Violence | Tagged: deathtrap, driving, killed, mugged, Murder, New Zealand, Tourism, Travel | 2 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 15, 2008
Why do foreigners have the annoying habit of getting themselves killed in New Zealand?
The man whose body was found in the Waikato River is identified by New Zealand police.
He was 17-year-old Tianye LU, a Chinese national.
As expected, New Zealand police said, “there were no suspicious circumstances linked to Mr Lu’s death.” Report
Does it matter to the Chinese Government that its citizens are being killed [‘found dead’] in new Zealand rivers and on NZ roads, or do they have more important business to take care of?
Posted in Murder, New Zealand, rape, Tourism, Tourist Deathtrap, Travel | Tagged: business as usual, Chinese, Mr Lu, Murder, politics | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 14, 2008
New Zealanders are pathological liars.
And the worst of them work for the “government.” Take poverty for example.
“Poverty Measurement Project (1995), conducted by reputable academics and researchers, found that 32.6 percent of children [and by extension their families] in New Zealand live below a poverty threshold of 60 percent of the median disposable income.”
“The incidence of poverty is more than two and a half times greater among Maori,’ however, ‘than it is among Pakeha [European] families.” [www.crin.org/docs/resources/treaties/crc.14/NZ_Long_NGO_Report.pdf]
Their ministers have spun the facts so hard lately their heads are going woozy and they are talking trash through their back passage.
A senior cabinet minister [doubling also as Associate Minister of Education] suggested last week the reason some children go to school hungry is that they want to stay “trim.”
The Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia in a rebuttal said, “almost 20,000 children a week needed feeding at school because of empty cupboards at home,” adding that the NZ Ministry of Education is not responding to the “disadvantage people were experiencing because of escalating child poverty and hunger.”
The New Zealand “government” argues that child poverty has reduced dramatically. They have even paid their “experts” to fabricate reports to that effect. To perpetuate the lie, they use heavily doctored data, weasel words and all other weapons that a colonial government keeps in its arsenal of mass deception.
Julie Helson, director of the KidsCan charity, said she was “absolutely floored” by Mr Horomia’s comments. “We feed 7000 kids a week and some are starving. It’s not because they want to be thin, it’s because they don’t have access to food.”
She said 12,000 were on the KidsCan waiting list, showing that families were increasingly struggling to make ends meet.
Meanwhile, a professor in paediatrics said the 20,000 New Zealand children living in poverty were not worried about their waist size.
Screwing the Poor
The New Zealand rich have and are rubbing the poor blind. The extent of poverty in New Zealand is so appalling a foreign charity organization had to intervene. The London-based Humanity First International [they normally deliver aid to victims of earthquakes, floods, storms and tsunamis in third-world countries] delivered supplies to some of the very poor, where whole families live in small single rooms, with blocked-up shared toilets and rat-infested kitchens. (Source)
Posted in child poverty, colonial government, hunger, mass deception, New Zealand, the rich, weasel words | Tagged: Europeans, Humanity First International, KidsCan charity, New Zealand, paediatrics, Pakeha, pathological liars, poverty, rat-infested, Screwing the poor, shafted | 8 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 13, 2008
Police call attack on tourists ‘cowardly’
[Is there a ‘brave’ way of stabbing tourists in New Zealand?]
Eight English and Dutch tourists, including two women, while walking through a shopping mall in the center of Christchurch on Saturday, were attacked by five New Zealanders in their late teens to early 20s who were armed with knives.
Six of the victims received knife wounds to the chest and stomach and were taken to Christchurch Hospital. One of the tourists remains in a critical but stable condition. Report
The police officer in charge of the case said: “The tourists did nothing wrong.”
Pray tell, officer
Should the tourists who do “something wrong” be stabbed?
Posted in Murder, New Zealand, Tourism, tourist, Travel | Tagged: assualt, Christchurch, Cowardly, critical but stable condition, New Zealand, new zealand roulette, stabbing, tourist stabbing | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 11, 2008
A Brief Scan
Below is the result of a brief scan through New Zealand leading (?) papers:
At least 18 years jail for ‘brutal, clinical’ murder
Daniel Moore will spend 18 years behind bars for the “brutal and clinical” murder of Tony Stanlake whose handless body was found washed up on Wellington’s coast . . .
Violent offences including robbery and serious assaults increased by 12.3 percent, the greatest proportion of all crime categories
- Nationally, there were 426,380 recorded offences – one crime for every 10 New Zealanders.
- Assistant Commissioner Grant Nicholls: “But violence is clearly our biggest problem . . .”
NZ’s poor violent crime rating ‘no surprise’ (No Sh*t, Sherlock!)
- New Zealand is in the top five of the highest victimization rates among 30 countries surveyed. Others were Ireland, England, Wales and Iceland.
- “We are getting a lot more knife attacks, a lot more baseball bat attacks,” officials said.
Two men plead guilty to murder over drive-by shooting of toddler
Karl Check and Hayden Wallace were among 12 men charged with the murder of the two-year-old girl . . .
NZ man to face Sydney murder charge
A NEW Zealand man has been extradited to Australia to face a murder charge for the stabbing death of a man in north-western Sydney . . .
Man’s body found in River
A man’s body has been found in the Waikato River, Hamilton . . .
Posted in brutal, clinical murder, Hamilton, killing, rape, robbery, serious assaults, Wellington | Tagged: baseball bat, civilization, depravity, Evolution, highest victimization rates, kiwi, knife attacks, Murder, New Zealand, stabbing, values, violent crimes, weak link | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 7, 2008
A Marriage made in heaven China
8:00PM Monday April 07, 2008
By Fran O’Sullivan with NZPA
BEIJING – New Zealand’s landmark Free Trade Agreement with China is “just the beginning” of a relationship which offers both nations significant benefits, Prime Minister Helen Clark says. Report
‘About 35 per cent of New Zealand goods will become tariff free by October, with another 31 per cent tariff free by 2013. The bulk of the remainder will be tariff free by 2019.’
Posted in Bill O'Reilly, helen clark, OECD, Tiananmen Square, Wen Jiabao | Tagged: Add new tag, China, date rape drug, free trade, Free Trade Agreement, New Zealand, rag trade, Salmonella Mbandaka, tariff cuts | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 7, 2008
Why are New Zealanders sooooo anti-American? After all, not every US citizen supports Bush, war or militarism!
Posted in anti-US, helen clark, kiwi, New Zealanders, prime minister | Tagged: anti-american, body bags, bush, militarism, New Zealand, NZ PM, septic tanks, virginia tech shooting, yanks | 16 Comments »
Posted by feww on April 7, 2008
Hepatitis C Blood Transfusion Victims Still Awaiting Compensation
Some of the 486 victims who have applied for one-off payments including 25 victims with haemophilia are prevented from receiving compensation and cannot start treatment for hepatitis C, The Press newspaper reports.
Hepatitis C is a liver-attacking virus that can cause cirrhosis and cancer.
“The victims were among 55 haemophiliacs and 215 clients who signed up for a class action to sue the Government for failing to introduce national screening earlier.”
Unsurprisingly, the action against government never went ahead [action was sabotaged by the lawyers’ flank of the establishment.] However, the lawyers still demand the fees (about NZ$20,000 per person) that were agreed when the civil suit was being planned. Report
Posted in class action, government, Hepatitis C, lawyers, national screening, New Zealand, Uncategorized | Tagged: compensation, criminal negligence, infected blood, law, New Zealand | Leave a Comment »