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What about strong links between John Key and the Wall Street Mafia?

Posted by te2ataria on June 29, 2015

Links between Key and the Wall Street Mafia don’t make news because the media isn’t owned by the Italian Mafia

We have long suspected strong links between the banking mafia and the “prime mini-assassin” John Key, but that will never be investigated or make news headlines because the media is owned by another, much bigger criminal super-organisation, the Wall Street mafia!

However, the news of Australian politicians being “linked” to the Calabrian mafia is fair facts, according to an investigation by Fairfax Media-ABC Four Corners.

Mafia ‘linked to senior Australian politicians’

Australian politicians have been infiltrated by the Calabrian mafia, according to an investigation by Fairfax Media-ABC Four Corners.

It says politicians at both state and federal level are exposed to “potential corruption” with “loopholes” in the political donation system.

The year-long investigation quoted confidential police reports.

The Calabrian Mafia, known as ‘Ndrangheta, runs a drugs and extortion business worth billions of euros.

It is is one of the world’s most powerful criminal groups, extending its influence and networks from Italy across the world.

According to Australia’s national broadcaster ABC, the group operates in Australia using threats and violence in both legitimate businesses, such as fruit and vegetables, and illegitimate businesses, such as drugs.

‘Mafia-linked donors’

The joint investigation by ABC’s Four Corners programme and Fairfax Media found a number of contacts between “known and suspected criminals” belonging to the group and senior politicians.

The report says a man with “deep mafia associations” met the then-Prime Minister, John Howard, and other top party officials at a fundraising event for the Liberal Party in the early 2000s. However, it says there was no suggestion that Mr Howard knew of the man’s alleged criminal links.

It also said that both Labor and Liberal politicians had been lobbied by mafia-linked donors on issues of interest to their legitimate and non-legitimate businesses.

According to the 2013 police report, ‘Ndrangheta had used a number of well-known party donors to put a “legitimate public face” on its activities.

One lobbying campaign, the investigation reported, was aimed at obtaining a visa for a mafia boss who was later jailed for drug trafficking and implicated in a murder plot.

Meanwhile, the investigation discovered that the son of “another alleged mafia boss” did a work experience placement at the Australian embassy in Rome, which was described in one police report as “a major lapse”.

The ‘Ndrangheta, which emerged in the mid-1970s, operates mostly across Europe and has links with the Colombian drug cartels. [Remember, the Scar Face?]

Cocaine [this is the real reason why it’s illegal]  is thought to be its biggest source of revenue, along with extortion and money laundering. [In case you’re wondering, they don’t use washing machines to launder money, they use the major banks. ANZ and Westpac readily come to mind, but that doesn’t mean they are involved in money laundering!]

Now, remember children, the chances of you becoming a multimillionaire in one lifetime without the help of a criminal organisation such as the “Wall Street mafia”, “Calabrian mafia”, “Silicone Valley mafia” … are about zero to none!

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Inequality in New Zealand in brief

Posted by te2ataria on June 26, 2015


Inequality in NZ hasn’t risen in 20 years: Treasury paper

A recent OECD report has found income inequality in New Zealand was above average for the group.

The OECD report released in December also indicated that the Gini coefficient, which broadly measures inequality, rose faster in New Zealand than in many other OECD countries between 1985 and 2011. Growing inequality meant the New Zealand economy didn’t grow to its full potential, stalling at 28 per cent growth between 1990 and 2010, instead of growing by 44 per cent.

However, the new Treasury report says inequality in this country has remained mostly constant since the early 1990s.

Actually, it’s TRUE. Inequality cannot physically rise any higher:

One per cent of the population own just about everything; ninety-nine per cent own FAAKK ALL!

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Canterbury killing fields

Posted by te2ataria on June 23, 2015

Four fatal crashes in Canterbury kills at least five people

Double fatality near West Melton, Canterbury

A fatal crash near West Melton which occurred shortly after 2.30pm this afternoon (23 June 2015) has killed at least two people, believed to be Chinese visitors.

“A Nissan Primera travelling north along Sandy Knolls Road has collided with a Toyota Hilux towing an empty double horse trailer travelling west bound along Halkett Road.  The male driver of the Toyota was uninjured but the male driver and female front seat passenger of the Nissan were confirmed as deceased at the scene.” Police said.

Investigation into fatal crash involving a horse continues
“The victim, 51 year old James Andrew Kelly, was travelling east-bound on Yaldhurst Road at approximately 8.40pm when the motorcycle he was riding collided with one of two unattended horses on the road. ” Police said.

One fatality following serious crash in Gebbies Valley
“Early indications are that the driver of a Toyota Surf, who was travelling towards Christchurch, has lost control as it crossed McQueens Bridge where there was a large patch of black ice and has spun into the path of a school bus travelling in the opposite direction. The female driver and sole occupant of the Toyota was confirmed deceased at the scene.” Police said.

Fatal crash near Woodend, Canterbury
A single vehicle crash near Woodend at the intersection of Harris Road and Gressons Road killed a male passenger at the scene, police said.

Other Fatal crashes:

Waitemata Police are disappointed

Waitemata Police are disappointed by the number of people who were found to be driving over the limit, following a drink-drive operation on the North Shore over the weekend.

  • A total of 16 drivers were found to be over the limit. Of this group, six people were given a summons to appear in court for driving with excess breath alcohol over 400mcg, and ten people were issued with an infringement notices for driving with excess breath alcohol between 250-400 mcg.
  • A further 16 infringement notices were issued to people for breaches of their driver licence.


Police did not say how many drivers they stopped.

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ANOTHER young Asian Male found dead on Orewa Beach (Auckland, NZ)

Posted by te2ataria on June 11, 2015

Was the victim last seen in the MacDonald’s, too?

Waitemata/Orewa Police are trying to identify a man who was found dead this morning (Thursday, 11 June 2015 ) on Orewa Beach, on the northern end of the beach near the cliffs, just after 7.30am.

“The person appears to be an Asian male, aged in his mid 20’s. He does not have any identification or personal belongings on him and Police are asking for anyone who knows who he is to contact Orewa Police on 09 426 4555.”

The victim was found wearing black trackpants with a white stripe down the side, a hooded sweatshirt and orange socks.

Until Police are able to identify the man [his next of keen will not be informed?] and look into the circumstances that led to this morning’s incident [what exactly was the nature of the “incident”?] the death will continue to be treated as unexplained. [Will murder be regarded as “explained” death in NZ police parlance?]

[To our international readers, who can still read this blog: Orewa beach is described as “one of the longest and safest beaches in Auckland,” on tourist literature.]

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What’s wrong with this police notice?

Posted by te2ataria on June 3, 2015

Man killed on a Tinopai farm – police issue an intelligent notice

Wednesday, 3 June 2015 – 9:52am

A 55-year-old man has died on a farm at Tinopai.

The man had been felling trees down a gully on the farm during the day. About 4pm his wife found him injured under a tree.

Emergency services were contacted, but by the time they arrived the man had died.

Police are investigating the death. The man’s name will not be released until next of kin have been notified.

For media inquiries contact Northland Police Communications Manager Sarah Kennett on 09 945 4650 or 021 192 1099.

After you have solved the above puzzle, have a go at this one:

Holiday road toll – Queen’s Birthday

The official holiday period for Queen’s Birthday Weekend for 2015 began at 4pm Friday 29 May and ended at 6am Tuesday 2 June.

During Queen’s Birthday weekend 2015 there were 5 fatal crashes resulting in 5 deaths.

The 5 deaths included:

3 drivers

1 passenger

1 motorcycle pillion passenger

[Hint: 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+1=4, 4+1=5, 5+1=6, 6+1=7, 7+1=8 and so on…]

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Another Chinese man killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 3, 2015

Deceased pedestrian named – Auckland City

The man who was killed after being struck by a vehicle while walking across Fanshawe St at about 5.40pm on Tuesday, 2 June 2015, was 33 year-old  Robert Su.

The victim lived in Hillcrest.


Another pedestrian meets her maker

A woman who was crossing the road in Hillary Square, Orewa was hit by a van on Wednesday afternoon, and was killed at the scene, police said.


Child dies following crash

A five-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash on State Highway 57 on 29 May, 2015 has died.

The boy died in Starship Hospital surrounded by family yesterday (1 June, 2015) evening.

He was Kaide Preston of Levin, police said.

Fatal vehicle crash in Oxford

A man aged in his twenties was killed in a single vehicle crash on Lees Valley Road in Oxford last night (Sunday, 31 May 2015). The victim was 23 year old Andrew Lawrence Orr.


Fatal car crash in Mangawhai

The driver, a man aged in his forties, who was the only occupant of the car was killed.  He was Raymond Frost, aged 42.


Meanwhile, the NZTA has released the following stats, which are…


Road fatalities year to date
As at 03 June 2015: 141
Same time last year: 135
[If you don’t believe the figures, we’d understand!]

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