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Another Day of Carnage on New Zealand Roads

Posted by te2ataria on March 31, 2012

Nine people killed on North Island roads alone in less than 48 hours

2 people killed in a head-on collision  on State Highway 1  between Tawa and Churton Park,  Wellington, about 8.40pm yesterday, while one more person lost his life in a crash in Kaukapakapa, about 50km north-west of Auckland minutes later.

A man and a woman also died after a two-car smash at Longburn, near Palmerston North, yesterday about 2.45pm.

Three others were taken to hospital, including two children under the age of five.

The crash happened on State Highway 56 near Karere Rd, police said.

Two Hawkes Bay men were killed in “a fiery crash” on Napier-Taupo Rd  early yesterday.

Further north on Thursday night, two men were also killed when a single vehicle travelling south along McLarens Falls Road, near Tauranga, came over a slight rise, crossed the centre line and crashed into a tree in Omanawa. The impact caused the vehicle to split in two.

These were just the reported road kills on North Island roads.

British Tourist Mystery Death

Meanwhile, New Zealand Police Farce have named the British tourist who died mysteriously in the Cardrona Valley as Philip Ross Bergman.

The 26-year-old victim from Herefordshire in England died mysteriously near the Tuohy Saddle while on a mountain biking trip.

The victim’s family in Australia and the UK are said to be devastated by his death, said the police farce.

As usual, “the matter is not being treated as suspicious.”

Mr Bergman was the 2,447th foreigner killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

On average, 3 foreigners are murdered/killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

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NZ male sexual abuse rate highest in the world

Posted by te2ataria on March 15, 2012

Rape: a torture routine, a weapon of mind control and subjugation

Blog’s regular readers may remember the following posted about 4 years ago:

About one half all girls and a third of all boys in New Zealand are raped [or sexually molested] before the age of 16.

Why are so many children [allowed to be] raped, sexually abused in New Zealand?

Rape is a torture routine, a weapon of mind control and subjugation used by the establishment to repress ordinary people in this country.

[How else would you get otherwise ordinary people to put on a uniform, fly half way across the world to rape and murder women and children and urinate on the dead corpses?]

Anyone who didn’t believe us should read the following:

NZ male childhood abuse ‘huge’

SALLY KIDSON

A national campaigner on male sexual abuse believes as many as one in three men have been sexually abused in childhood.

Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust manager Ken Clearwater, of Christchurch, spoke at a workshop in Nelson yesterday.

He also hoped to help set up a support group in the Nelson-Blenheim area for men who suffered sexual abuse in childhood.

Clearwater said there were huge gaps in the knowledge and services available for men who have been sexually abused in childhood.

But it was a critical issue for the country to acknowledge and in which to develop expertise and programmes.

Research showed that up to 70 per cent of men in prison for non-sexual offences had experienced sexual abuse in childhood.

Men who had suffered abuse tended towards violence and anti-social behaviour, he said.

Research showed that 62 per cent of men in psychiatric care had been sexually abused in childhood.

“They are pretty huge figures.

“We need to say this is unacceptable. We need to do something about it. We need to protect our young men; otherwise they will hurt people.”

Statistics in New Zealand showed one in eight boys had been abused in childhood, but he believed abuse was seriously under-reported.

The United States believed one in six boys had been sexually abused and Canada used figures of one in four boys having been abused in childhood.

He believed New Zealand’s real rate of abuse might be as high as Canada or even higher at one in three boys.

When he first started doing this work in the mid-1990s, most men coming forward who had suffered abuse were in their 30s and early 40s.

Their lives had often hit rock bottom before they sought help.

He wanted to help change that so young boys were able to get the help they needed so they did not end up in prison or in the mental health system.

He said there was a “huge, huge gap” in knowledge and services available for men who had suffered sexual abuse as a child, compared with what was available for women.

It was only as late as the late 1980s and early 1990s the issue started to be acknowledged and taken seriously.

Men had traditionally struggled to come forward and talk about what had happened to them because they thought they would be OK.

There was also a tendency in New Zealand culture not to see men as victims.

“It’s about saying this is a criminal act and the best way to deal with it is to talk about it.”

No research had been done in New Zealand on male victims of sexual abuse in childhood, but Otago University was starting a study this year.

His motto was “challenge the silence”.

There were few specialists dealing with the area of male sexual abuse and, potentially, counsellors might not have training in dealing specifically with male survivors. Women had numerous agencies where they could get help.

Philip Chapman, of the Male Room, said a support group for male survivors of sexual abuse would be set up in Nelson and meetings at the Male Room would be run in conjunction with the INP Medical Centre. It would be the first support group of its kind in Nelson.

How the meetings would be held was still being worked out.

Those interested should contact Chapman on 03 5480403.  – © Fairfax NZ News

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Difference between killing under orders and murdering at leisure

Posted by te2ataria on March 14, 2012

Sent by a reader

War is an excuse to murder with absolute impunity

Raping women and children, murdering them and urinating on their corpses is an unspoken prerogative.

The U.S. Imperial Army soldier whose name is still being withheld, reportedly walked off the U.S. base in Kandahar province  and allegedly entered several homes in a nearby village, murdering at least 16 people and wounding 5 others while they slept. At least 9 of his victims were children and three others women. The solider apparently burned several of the corpses.

“The United States takes this as seriously as if it was our own citizens, and our children, who were murdered. We’re heartbroken over the loss of innocent life,” Obama said.

Of course, Dark Emperor!

“I’ve directed the Pentagon to make sure that we spare no effort in conducting a full investigation,” said Obama. “We will follow the facts wherever they lead us and we will make sure that anybody who is involved is held fully accountable with the full force of the law.”

Which law? The law of phoney wars and illegal occupation?

In all likelihood the soldier will plead insanity and conveniently disappear from the public eye after a short while.

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Three percent of kiwis abandon New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 8, 2012

January 2012 saw the 2nd highest number of Kiwis ever emigrating to Australia

The mass exodus has seen a total of at least 119,000 kiwis, or three percent of the population, abandoning the sinking ship in the past 3 years.

Some 4,700 more New Zealanders left for Australia than arrived in January, taking the annual loss to a record 38,100 in the 12 month-period, according to Statistics New Zealand.

Readers unfamiliar with the Darkland will note that the population of this country is around 4 million.

[Despite the usual rumours, Tasman Sea did not part.]

Kiwis packing up and heading across the ditch to Australia has become an all too predictable trend under National, and will only worsen as further job cuts and public sector retrenchment is realised, says Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson David Cunliffe.

January 2012 saw the second-highest number of Kiwis emigrating to Australia ever.

“While National drives down wages and puts more people on the dole, Australia is offering secure jobs that pay well. For many, moving is a no-brainer,” David Cunliffe said.

“119,000 people have now left New Zealand since National came to power promising to halt the trans-Tasman exodus. That’s more people than the city of Dunedin, and far more brains than the country can afford to lose.

“Their decision to leave can’t be blamed on the global financial crisis which has hit everyone, including Australia. Nor can it be passed off as short-term thinking. That’s National’s territory.

“The reality is Kiwis are done with slogans. They don’t think their future is looking bright,” David Cunliffe said.  [Labour Party, Fuseworks]

To avoid a nightmare scenario, Australians are well advised to demand pakeha bringing their own food and drinks, and contain the lot of them in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania!

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  • Mass NZDF exodus  “A mass exodus of more than 900 military personnel in a 12-month period has forced the New Zealand Defence Force to recruit even more staff from the United Kingdom. “

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Hepatitis A outbreak hits Auckland

Posted by te2ataria on March 2, 2012

At least 19 cases of hepatitis A infection confirmed including schoolchildren

“At this time it is unknown how the disease was initially contracted. We are currently working with the cases to determine the source of the disease and prevent further spread,” said Auckland Regional Public Health Service spokesman.

In developing countries, and in regions with poor hygiene standards, the incidence of infection with this virus is high and the illness is usually contracted in early childhood.

“If a parent is concerned that their child may have been exposed to hepatitis A infection and they are unwell, we ask that they stay away from school, childcare centres and social events and contact their doctor. Hepatitis A is diagnosed by a blood test.”

Hepatitis A (formerly known as infectious hepatitis and epidemical virus) is an acute infectious disease of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus (Hep A).

Children infected with hepatitis A can develop jaundice; teenagers and adults can be more seriously affected by the virus.

The virus spreads by the fecal-oral route and infections often occur in conditions of poor sanitation and overcrowding. Hepatitis A can be transmitted by the parenteral route but very rarely by blood and blood products. Food-borne outbreaks are not uncommon,and ingestion of shellfish cultivated in polluted water is associated with a high risk of infection.

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