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Fly to NZ and Help Make the World a CO2-Rich Place!

Posted by te2ataria on July 10, 2008

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Get a Life! Be a CO2 Douche – Fly to Apartheid New Zealand!

What’s all that about?

Everyone in New Zealand starting from the un-authorities to the “tarts” and “crumpets” at advertising agencies is scratching their butts trying to get more tourists into the country for fleecing.

More and more conscientious visitors from the US and Britain are opting out, however, canceling their high-carbon visits to apartheid New Zealand. Intelligent people know that flying to New Zealand is an act of eco-terrorism.

Flying to New Zealand once produces 50 percent less carbon dioxide than flying to New Zealand twice!

On a return flight from the United States to New Zealand, each visitor produces about 7.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution; a UK visitor produces about 17.64 metric tons of CO2.

[Note: Driving an average passenger car in the US over a year, traveling 12,500 miles (20,112 km) and consuming 581 gallons (2,200 liters) of gasoline, produces about 11,450 pounds (5.2 metric tons) of carbon dioxide. A couple on a return flight from the US to NZ produce as much CO2 as driving their car for about THREE years! A European/UK couple on a return flight to NZ produce more CO2 than in EIGHT years of driving.]

Unfortunately, three American tourists were last seen visiting the exact spot on Wellington’s Mount Victoria, where F**king “Frodo from Lord of the Rings stood looking troubled.”

Saatchi and Saatchi, the vampires of commercialism, with their corny slogans and downright dishonest tricks on “selling” New Zealand, are back, again, on the government payroll: “Our remoteness is our strength.” [Recall George Orwell’s famous slogan perpetuated by The Party:”War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength.” ]

No! That is false:

Your remoteness means 17.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution produced per UK visitor.

Here is another one of theirs: “This is as far away as you can get …”

Wrong again! The earth is round, you advertising morons!

Come to Unforgettable New Zealand: Where you could get killed for the first time in your life!

And another: “New Zealand, the place where almost nothing happens and isn’t that refreshing?”

That’s a big lie and a load of BS, and they know it. A hell of a lot happens in New Zealand: If you don’t get killed in New Zealand, you’ll probably end up looking like this:

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BASHED: This 24-year-old man suffered severe facial injuries, including two black and bleeding eyes, after a vicious assault. (Source: Stuff NZ.) Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

Or like Robbie …

Robbie O’Brien
Robbie O’Brien, 31, was attacked by a group of muggers in Westport, New Zealand.

Or hundreds of others who have been murdered, raped, mugged and viciously assaulted.

Here’s a one:

You’ll never be out of reach of a murderer, a rapist, or a psychopath in New Zealand; they’ll be in touch; they’ll always find you!

[Note: Lots of examples and proof available on this blog – search the contents!]

Numbers of Tourists Leaving New Zealand in Body Bags!

Even if you go by the doctored statistics of Land Transport New Zealand, at least 413 people died on New Zealand’s death roads in the last 12 months. Statistically, up to 50 percent of the dead may have been tourists. But this information is not made available by the NZ un-authorities. Nor are any statistics concerning the cases of serious injuries among the tourists.

According to nztourmaps.com, a New Zealand tourism promotion company, about 779 overseas visitors were killed in New Zealand between 2001 to 2006. That’s 195 visitors each year who were murdered or killed one way or another from the end of 2001 to the beginning of 2006. [Note: The figure provided may be grossly underestimated, however, it still means overseas visitors are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.] But even this information is not readily available. In fact, NZ Govt. and its agencies have repeatedly declined to provide the Moderators and their colleagues with the numbers of foreigners who lose their lives in New Zealand each year.

So, here are some more HONEST slogans about puke green New Zealand:

Adventure New Zealand: You are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.

Come to New Zealand: You are twice more likely to be killed on our roads than even in Germany.

Visit New Zealand! Experience the unique feeling of leaving the country in a body bag!

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16 Responses to “Fly to NZ and Help Make the World a CO2-Rich Place!”

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  3. the name says it all said

    the name says it all

  4. No**sets said

    “Adventure New Zealand: You are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.”

    And they like to say that Australia is the dangerous destination, with all those venomous creepy-crawlies.

  5. Aphrodite Hannah said

    Gee – some of the above is true but surely our reputation is not that bad! Shocking! Put it in perspective though – there are only a few cases and there are nearly 4 and a half million of us here in NZ.
    Those attacks and murders were awful and even we kiwis cringe at that.

  6. Proud2bkiwi said

    [Stick the pakeha propaganda! Get your facts right, then I’ll let you post your comments on the blog. pakeha Moderator: D.H.]

  7. Rachel said

    Yes we have a lot of foreigners die doing adventure tourism (10+ a year) but that is
    The people of New Zealand don’t like the tourist centres particularly. i.e Queenstown, Rotorua, Auckland, Wellington and so on with their cheap souvenirs and plastic demeanour; but the rest of New Zealand is lovely too. Just stay off the beaten track like you would anywhere else in the world.

    [Triple crap moderated. D.H.]

    • te2ataria said

      Rachel blurted:
      “Yes we have a lot of foreigners die doing adventure tourism (10+ a year)”
      Try 200+ dead tourists a year. So that you know why I removed the triple crap from your comment.

  8. milly said

    [Your other comment was rude, so I don’t allow this one either. Moderator D.H.]

  9. Tania said

    Wow, everywhere has its bad points!

  10. Sanddaal said

    [The worst thing your mother did to you wasn’t what you think. She denied you the ability to be heard by NOT teaching you basic manners. Moderator D.H.]

  11. Aphrodite Hannah said

    Um – Te2ataria – I was talking about the overseas perception of NZ – not sure why you think I think people are blind for not knowing. I read the news also – daily and yes, I cringe at the horrible cases. It is getting to be more of a violent place here in NZ. I am not denying that.

  12. Kim dawson said

    I donno why im writing this to your blog. I’ve been called a complete fucking imbecile. A donkey. A clodhopping poltroon with no more sense than a Polecat.

    My life lacks purpose. I realise that for people like me with limited metal facilities there aren’t a lot of options. But I’m sure I could do something more productive with my time.

    I tried looking for a cleaning job. I was told I could help some help, and receive adequate supervision. But, I haven’t been able to hold-down even a minimum wage cleaning job and have a meaningful life.

    What shall I do?

    • te2ataria said

      For information about suicide prevention, see spinz.org.nz

      WHERE TO GO FOR HELP
      South Canterbury Triage, Assessment and Crisis Team (TACT): 0800 277 997

      Lifeline: 0800 543 354 – Provides 24-hour telephone counselling
      ​Youthline: 0800 376 633 or free text 234 – Provides 24-hour telephone and text counselling services for young people
      ​Samaritans: 0800 726 666 – Provides 24-hour telephone counselling.
      Tautoko: 0508 828 865 – provides support, information and resources to people at risk of suicide, and their family, whanau and friends.
      Whatsup: 0800 942 8787 (noon to 11pm)
      Kidsline: 0800 543 754 (4pm – 6pm weekdays)
      The Lowdown: thelowdown.co.nz – website for young people ages 12 to 19.
      National Depression Initiative – depression.org.nz (for adults), 0800 111 757 – 24 hour service

      If it is an emergency or you feel you or someone you know is at risk, please call 111.

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