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It’s Your Collective Bad Karma!

Posted by te2ataria on July 16, 2009

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Foul play?

The Family of pakeha Crushed to Death in Sussex Garbage Truck Cry “Foul Play”

The family of a Hamilton man who was reportedly crushed to death in a garbage truck in Brighton, England say his death was  sinister.

Scott Williams, 35, reported fell asleep in a large wheelie bin after a night out drinking with pals in Brighton, UK. His body was found in a rubbish skip at a recycling center in Sussex on Monday.

Questions:

  • Would pakeha drink to the point of passing out?
  • Would pakeha with a “wicked sense of humor” find it amusing to pass out in a garbage bin?

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Crushed to death in a garbage truck:  Scott Williams had been out with friends in Brighton, England.

Mr Williams’ mother, Marion, who lives in Pukete, Hamilton, insists her son would never climb into a garbage bin.

“It’s just not right what they’re saying,” she said. “We don’t believe that he would ever go into a bin.”

“[His brother Tony] can’t believe [why police] won’t suspect foul play. [Police] have no coverage of the bin or anywhere he was after he escorted a female to a taxi at 3am.”

His sister, Jolene, 34, who also lives in Hamilton, says she s not believe her brother would climb into a garbage bin.

“We just can’t believe it,” she was quoted as saying. “It’s a huge shock to us and want to have him home so we can put closure to it really.”

“Mr Williams, a former Waikato swimming champ and student at Hamilton’s Fraser High School, had been living and working as a teacher in London since 2000.” Waikato Times said.

According to the paper Sussex police has said they were treating Mr Williams’ death as “unexplained rather than suspicious.”

Crystal Ball

Maybe the family is right. Perhaps, the death was sinister. Can’t look this one in the crystal ball.

It was a shocking death, no doubt about it. You wouldn’t wish that sort of fate to befall even to your worst enemy.  Maybe someone(s) who had a loved one murdered, or seriously injured, in New Zealand decided it was payback time. Has the name of the game changed from collective punishment to something else?

Perhaps, the family should view their loss in the same way as do families of hundreds of foreigners who are violently murdered, raped, beaten to near death… in New Zealand each  year. Think of the families of the victims who had their heads chopped off with a spade, their skulls crushed, stabbed and left to bleed to death…

May be there were other reasons, too, for Scott Williams’s death. We may never find out.

The facts are that he won’t be the last pakeha to die of a violent death. There is simply too much COLLECTIVE BAD KARMA stacked up against them.

Keep your eyes peeled for headline news. Often you find individuals die of similarly violent deaths. When that happens, you’d know instinctively they, too, had faced COLLECTIVE BAD KARMA.

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3 Responses to “It’s Your Collective Bad Karma!”

  1. bev said

    Let’s say I’m convinced about the impact of bad karma, but why is it so severe in New Zealand?

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