Posted by te2ataria on August 29, 2010
New Zealand food products are UNSAFE!
China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision originally acted correctly by blacklisting cosmetics from New Zealand.
It defies logic and sanity why they had to remove New Zealand from their blacklist.
Chinese people should be entitled to use safe products from other countries.
China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision last week published on its website a blacklist of food and cosmetic products from a number of nations, including New Zealand.
It said the products posed potential health risks and had been destroyed, returned or converted to other uses.
[Unfortunately] the Chinese watchdog has since removed the list from its website. NZPA
Posted in New Zealand, New Zealand Bugs, new zealand dairy, New Zealand food products, New Zealand lamb, New Zealand milk | Tagged: China, China General Administration of Quality Supervision, Chinese watchdog, Fonterra, fonterra milk products | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on August 22, 2010
49 whales died near a polluted Northland beach
Representatives from the local Ngati Kahu iwi today blessed a site near Karikari Beach in the Far North, according to media reports, and volunteers began to bury the corpses.
Photo Credit: LAWRENCE SMITH/Sunday Star-Times (This image may be subject to copyright.)
Two months ago, hundreds of thousands of yellowtail, many seals and stingrays were washed up along Glinks Gully and Baylys Beach, eyewitnesses said.
The most probable cause could be dumping of toxic chemicals at the sea, the blog Moderators believe.
“There were thousands, at least 30km up. It’s not on, there’s no other excuse. The smell was horrific.” An eyewitness said.
“It’s too much of a coincidence, really strange. Seals and stingrays are not generally known for throwing themselves on the beach.” Marine expert Dr Kendall Clements said.
Related Story: More whales to be buried tomorrow
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Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 Worst Holiday Destinations, 10 Worst Places, poisonous fumigant | Tagged: Karikari Beach, Tourist Deathtrap, toxic chemicals, Toxic New Zealand, toxic poisoning | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on August 21, 2010
BOOBS ON BIKES & CHILD SEX TOURS
For 30 years child sex tours have been organized from NZ, but only one person ever arrested!!
For the first time ever, a New Zealander is charged with organizing a child sex tour [and that’s probably because he failed to pay out the usual bribes and backhanders to the authorities!]
A 46-year-old motel and property manager from Auckland was granted name suppression when he appeared at Manukau District Court today, charged with organizing child sex tours to Thailand, and was remanded on a $50 bail.
Posted in 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 Worst Cities, 10 Worst Holiday Destinations, 10 Worst Places, Child sex tourism | Tagged: child molesters, child sex, Child sex tours, Child sex tours from NZ, pedophilia | Leave a Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on August 16, 2010
NZ Parliamentarian, Police and Judiciary Are Equally Crooked
The Greedy Ex-MP
Former National MP and Children’s Commissioner Roger McClay has admitted to defrauding charities by charging them for flights which had already been paid for by the taxpayer.
“McClay pleaded guilty in Auckland District Court today to three [of 56 ] charges of fraud relating to double dipping on flights taken over the last three years,” according to the NZ Herald website.
Another Bad Copper
Constable Neil Robert Ford, of Alexandra, a “long-serving” copper is on trial in Dunedin today for perjury. He lied under oath about his account of a car crash, TVNZ reported.
“The Crown said Ford was driving a police car on a rural road near Alexandra in July 2005 when he did a U-turn and was struck by a car being driven by 17-year-old Shane Cribb.” The official NZPA said.
Posted in 10 Police Questions, Neil Robert Ford, New Zealand, New Zealand police force, New Zealanders | Tagged: crooked MP, NZ MP, NZ Parliament, Roger McClay | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on August 11, 2010
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First the Opium Wars, Now the Tainted-Milk Wars!
Fonterra Wages a New Tainted-Milk War on the “Yellow” Babies
While New Zealand military is busy murdering “brown” kids in Afghanistan and elsewhere, its top corporation wages a new tainted-milk war against the “yellow” babies in China.
Fonterra Hormone-Tainted Milk Powder Feeds Breast !!
Fonterra Continues to Conspire Against Chinese Infants
A Chinese infant formula company, Synutra International Inc, says its milk powder, which has caused infant girls to grow breasts, was imported from New Zealand.
Fonterra, the Dairy Goliath, has confirmed that it supplied the milk powder in question to Synutra International.
The milk powder is tainted with the oestrogen hormones, which are forbidden in milk powder products.
A reader on Yahoo site said:
The dairy industry with its intensive immoral ways will suffer. Let us free NZ of its scandalous money grabbing, cow destroying, enviromental disatorious ways. And who is encouraging this behaviour? Our very own John Key!
Posted in oestrogen hormones, opium wars, tainted infant formula, tainted milk powder, tainted milk products, tainted milk scandal | Tagged: Fonterra, fonterra-sanlu, oestrogen hormones, Synutra International Inc | 7 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on August 7, 2010
Wish I had caring parents, and grew up in a civilized country!
My mum and dad never told me I could get my ass blown up playing soldier
I was only 28 when death came looking for me, but still don’t know why they sent me there …
Image of the week: Lt Tim O’Donnell killed in Afghanistan.
Why don’t John Key’s kids join the army?
Posted in Afghanistan war of occupation, Air Vice Marshal Graham Lintott, Bamiyan Province, John Key, Major General Rhys Jones | Tagged: Lieutenant Tim O'Donnell, Lt Tim O'Donnell, New Zealand Army, New Zealand military spending, war racket | 5 Comments »
Posted by te2ataria on August 4, 2010
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kiwi Soldier Killed in Afghanistan: Shame on the Parents and Politicians!
Three Fact About Militarism
1. Children who grow up in loving families don’t join the military.
2. Parents who love and care about their kids, don’t encourage them to join the military.
3. Countries who care about their children, don’t send their sons [and daughters] to get killed in trivial wars half way across the world to keep the War Racket running.
It’s time to bring to account NZ politicians, military brass and the warmongering parents for immorality, corruption, conspiracy to and complicity in MURDER!
Related News: Soldier’s death won’t prompt Afghan pullout
Posted in Lieutenant Tim O'Donnell, New Zealand Army, New Zealand government, New Zealand military spending | Tagged: afghanistan, Afghanistan Occupation war, Air Vice Marshal Peter Stockwell, Bamiyan, John Key, Wayne Mapp | 1 Comment »
Posted by te2ataria on August 1, 2010
Papakura cop ‘murdered’
NEW ZEALAND HAS THE CRUELEST POLICE FORCE AMONG OECD COUNTRIES
[And she isn’t even a legitimate country! – that’s the whole point, isn’t it?]
MANY MORE PEOPLE ARE KILLED AS A RESULT OF NZ POLICE TRIVIAL PURSUITS, WITH ITS CHASE-TO-KILL POLICY, THAN IN THE REMAINING 31 OECD COUNTRIES PUT TOGETHER!
[STOP and THINK!]
Sometimes the blade cuts the other way!
Perhaps the 59-year-old cop Denis Norman Phillips who was killed at his home in Green St, Papakura yesterday wasn’t directly involved in police chase-to-kill orgies.
Nevertheless, more cops will be killed in New Zealand as a consequence of police cruelty. And many will regard that as NATURAL JUSTICE. An eye for an eye; a cop for a driver.
POLICE MASS MURDERS
In one of the latest trivial police pursuits which occurred on July 10 in Christchurch, the serial killer cops forced a Mitsubishi Lancer to crash into a concrete pole at the intersection of Manchester St and Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch, as a result of which
- Shannon Smiler-O’Connor, 26, front seat passenger, was killed at the crash scene
- Tama Regan Dobson, 27, the driver, sustained fatal injuries and died in hospital on July 27
- Karleane Marie Magon, 20, also sustained fatal injuries and died yesterday [July 31, 2010]
The fates of three other people in the car, who also sustained critical injuries, have not been revealed.
The Mitsubishi Lancer after the police chase. Credit: MARTIN HUNTER/The Press. Image may be subject to copyright, and may not be reprinted for commercial purposes without the copyright holder’s permission.
Police RECORD for January to June 2010
- 1,280 police pursuits
- 199 ending in crashes,
- 6 deaths
- 61 serious injuries
NOTE: The actual fatality figures may be as high as 42 victims.
Other reported death, injuries caused by police chase
Posted in 10 Police Questions, 10 Worst Places, New Zealand police force | Tagged: arleane Marie Magon, chase-to-kill orgy, Denis Norman Phillips, MASS MURDER, police pursuit, Tama Regan Dobson | 12 Comments »