WTF: NO road fatalities reported on Monday!?
Posted by te2ataria on February 9, 2016
DAY 54 of the latest NEWS BLACKOUT campaign in NZ
Road fatalities and tourist deaths: only high-profile fatalities would be reported!
Truth or Tourism?
- Truth: The chances of a road fatality occurring on NZ roads today is up to 99 per cent.
- Tourism: The chances of a road fatality being reported by police today is less than 1 per cent.
[The convoluted total is 99+1=100% pure NZ]
Since then, only 5 fatalities, a fraction of the actual road toll, have been reported.
Reason no. 70,016 – 70,017. [Perfidious police/ gangster government]
Ministry of Transport (heavily doctored) Road Toll:
|Road deaths year to date|
|As at 09 February 2016||38|
|Same time last year||32|
|Fatal crashes year to date|
|As at 09 February 2016||34|
|Same time last year||31|
- Blog estimate: [most probably] up to 115 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.
Tourists spend thousands on chauffeurs to avoid driving on New Zealand roads. [Is that something we said?] Charges of $1000-plus per day are not uncommon in the industry! [Tourists too scared to take to the wheel in the wild, wild, deadly world down under. So they pay hefty fees to be driven around. Presumably, feeling safe that only the driver would get hurt.] http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/76537385/tourists-spend-thousands-on-chauffeurs-to-avoid-driving-on-new-zealand-roads
To justify the cut-throat rates, a judge ordered Chinese tourist Yi Zhu, 45, a visitor from Shanghai, to pay $7000 for “causing a head-on crash” near Glenorchy last Tuesday.
Judge David Saunders [gleefully] told him at his appearance in the Christchurch District Court on Friday: “You will be able to tell your friends when you get home that you have been to Paradise, and it cost a lot of money.” [what are you, a frigging comedian, or a “fat Aussie c**t” dressed as one? Note: “coot” means a foolish old man.] http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76633750/Chinese-tourist-admits-causing-head-on-crash
Defence counsel Clare Yardley said: “New Zealand is troubled by foreign drivers, but unfortunately our own drivers are a lot, lot worse in terms of putting road users at risk. He can only apologise for having made this error.”
Another Indian student killed in New Zealand
The 22-year-old was killed by drowning while “swimming with two friends on Monday in Trout Pool, on the Kaituna River near Okere Falls.” At least one of the other two students was not breathing and had to be resuscitated. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/76706759/Indian-student-drowns-in-Rotorua-river