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Archive for March 3rd, 2009

Turning the Tables on NZ Violence?

Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2009

The Moderator condemns each and every act of violence perpetrated by pakeha as well as all unprovoked violence against them

But it is high time pakeha faced the music. The stabbing of a teacher by a Korean Student, as sad an incident as it is, cannot be dealt with in isolation.

[NOTE: According to other students in the classroom where the incident occurred, the stabbing was provoked by the teacher.]

The acts of violence which are being perpetrated against foreigners in New Zealand, especially the Asians, have reached a breaking point, the consequences of which are emerging.

A Korean student stabbed  a teacher in  the classroom at Auckland’s Avondale College

“A student stabbed a teacher in the back while he was writing on the whiteboard,” a police spokesman said. The student then “just walked off”.

Police reportedly arrested a 17-year-old Korean student at a Blockhouse Bay property about an hour after the incident.

“The 50-year-old teacher – ‘Mr Warren’, according to information given to students – was taken to Auckland Hospital in a serious condition with wounds to the top of his back. The incident happened at 11.42am.” A report said.

Brent Lewis, the college principal, said the school was in “lockdown”. He had to concentrate on dealing with students and staff, he said despite his emotions.

“My emotions don’t come into it at the moment.”
Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/4866786a11.html

The Moderator and blog contributors hope ‘Mr Warren’ makes a full recovery, except perhaps for a permanent scar, as a painful reminder of his shameful racist conduct. Let’s also hope that all other pakeha-turned-teachers like him, who taunt their ‘colored’ students with racial slurs and innuendos, learn a lesson from this incident.

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Korean diplomats, embassy and consulate staff in New Zealand must now take time to reflect. They must shoulder a large portion of the burden of responsibility for this awful incident! They have for too long been keeping Korea in the dark about the depth of racism in New Zealand and the severity of violent crimes perpetrated by pakeha against Asians and other ‘colored’ races!

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pakeha Antisocial Gene

Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2009

submitted by a reader

Is it the birds? Is it the planes? No, it’s probably an antisocial gene!

Four-year-old pakeha drink alcohol, while  9-yos use cannabis, new study says.

“The study of 12,000 young people, led by Canterbury researchers, found the onset of drinking ‘goes up very steeply from age 12,’ while many were smoking cannabis by 15.” media reported.

“The study’s Christchurch-based lead author, Dr Elisabeth Wells, of Otago University, said it was obvious New Zealand’s youth were getting caught up in an overall culture of binge drinking.”

“The study, published in the international Drug and Alcohol Review journal, found one in 10 New Zealanders has tried LSD or glue and two out of five have tried cannabis.”

“A lot of 14-year-olds report to us that they are regularly drinking.” Full story is posted at  http://www.stuff.co.nz/4865753a11.html

Meanwhile the un-authorities are burying their tiny heads in the sand as methamphetamine addiction takes the poxy country by storm.

Eggs, rubbish, vomit and feces were thrown during the party


Photo:Otago Daily Times via NZherald. Image may be subject to copyright. About 2000 drunken participants and onlookers at the Otago University Students Association annual toga parade smashed shop and car windows and hurled rubbish,
Eggs, vomit and feces in Dunedin’s main street February 25, 2009.

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Toga Rampage Report and Videos [With apologies for the sickening accent of the nincompoop police and the interviewees ]

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