ZERO of 25 serious crashes reported so far today!
Posted by te2ataria on March 17, 2016
DAY 91 of latest TOURISTS or truth? campaign in NZ
Truth hurts New Zealand tourism. The average tourist will not visit this country, if they knew true extent of the daily carnage on our deadly roads. Therefore:
About two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by our political police, or unrecorded by Ministry of Transport [“Minitru”.]
One way to manipulate the road toll statistics, second only to news censorship, is to report most of the dead as being in a “serious/ critical” condition, in “intensive care”, or having “life-threatening” injuries. This way, if the news leaks, they could always be pronounced “dead as a result of their injuries”.
Censorship, news blackout and disinformation are serious threats to a democracy, even one as fake dysfunctional as ours!
About 2.7 million licensed drivers, half million or so unlicensed drivers and more than one million tourists (per year) drive on New Zealand death roads.
More than half of the above drive a vehicle under the influence (illicit drugs, banned substances, prescription medication…), while intoxicated, fatigued or unfit, resulting in inordinate numbers of fatalities and injuries.
[Heavily Doctored] Motor Vehicle Crashes in New Zealand 2014
- 268 fatal road crashes
- 295 deaths
- 8,614 injury crashes
- 11,219 people injured
- 405 deaths
- 2,531 serious injuries
- 11,920 less serious injuries
In 2002, according to the official data, there were:
- 404 deaths
- 5,200 hospitalisations
- 14,000 injuries
- 1.5 deaths per 10,000 vehicles
- 10 deaths per 100,000 population
- The cost to the taxpayers was more than $3.5 billion.
Based even on the government’s doctored data, there should be about 25 crashes today, resulting in 31 reportable injuries and at least one fatality.
Ministry of Transport (heavily doctored) Road Toll:
- Blog estimate: [About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year.] Most probably, up to 195 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.