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The body of missing German tourist found in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 26, 2011

World’s Top Tourist Deathtrap Claims its 2,181st victim

The body of missing German tourist Julian Stukenborg was found in Mt Aspiring National Park

NZ police farce say they have located the body of missing German visitor Julian Stukenborg in Mt Aspiring National Park.


RIP Julian Stukenborg. NZ Death Clock started ticking for Julian Stukenborg the moment he planned his visit to this country. Like so many other victims of NZ tourism, he had no idea how dangerous New Zealand was as an adventure tourism destination and that he would leave the country in a cold body bag. Our message wasn’t allowed to reach him. 

The body of 23-year-old German tourist was found below some bluffs on the Cascade Saddle route in the Matukituki Valley earlier today, police said.

Mr Stukenborg was last seen on June 16 at the Mt Aspiring hut in the Matukituki Valley were he had stayed the night.

To WordPress: This unnecessary and tragic death might NEVER have occurred if YOU hadn’t minimized this blog’s exposure on the Internet.

At least 2,181 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between January 2000 and 26 June 2011 [About 15,000 others seriously injured.]

In 2011, on average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

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2 Responses to “The body of missing German tourist found in New Zealand”

  1. Snaky Love said

    Man, this is really sad. However, I do not know what you are talking about wordpress.com reducing your exposure to the internet? What the heck do you mean? Your blog is totally normal visible like any other wordpress blog – please explain, what do you think is different with your blog that with any other wordpress blog, thanks!

    • te2ataria said

      All the tags and categories created by this blog have been disabled since last year. Try clicking on them at the bottom of each post, and you’ll find they don’t exist.

      Have repeatedly asked WordPress to reinstate them, but to no avail.

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