Housing Minister ‘social cleansing’ Auckland
Posted by te2ataria on May 25, 2016
Another American woman killed in a car crash
Foreword: There’s no crisis in New Zealand, social, housing, or otherwise, that money couldn’t solve, at least temporarily.
Homeless could be offered up to $5000 to leave Auckland: Paula Bennett
Up to 250 homeless families could be offered as much (!) as $5,000 to leave Auckland, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett has confirmed.
“I would say to those that are homeless that there is a chance that they could get a house in days if they were willing to look outside of Auckland.” [Out of sight, out of mind…]
The relocation policy was “one that I had thought of [all by myself] in the last week”, she said. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11644665
Other News in Drips…
Helen [Crooked] Clark denies the truth in Foreign Policy article
[Do you believe Helen Clark, Tony Blair, or Donald Trump!?] The former New Zealand Prime Minister [the most heinous] Helen Clark has denied allegations in Foreign Policy article that she retaliated against a critical investigation of the [Clark-and-the-likes-infested] United Nations by driving one of the investigators out of their job are “totally fabricated”.
She has also dismissed other revelations in a Foreign Policy article published Tuesday as being made up. [Everyone is lying, except for the Crooked Clark, of course.]
Clark’s seven-year tenure in charge of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) had “left a trail of embittered peers and subordinates”, Foreign Policy said. Her UN colleagues had accused of her of “ruthlessly ending the careers of underlings in her quest to advance her candidacy and of undercutting the UN’s promotion of human rights”.
The most serious allegation was that Clark’s senior staff had forced out American-Swedish UN official Lena Sinha after she had participated in an investigation which was critical of the UNDP’s response to mass atrocities in Sri Lanka.
The investigation, called the Petrie Report, criticised senior members of Clark’s agency, saying that they had downplayed the Sri Lankan Government’s role in killing thousands of Tamils.
After the report was completed, Lena Sinha, who had held a position at the UNDP for 15 years, was told she would “never work for the UNDP again”, according to Foreign Policy. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11644241
More than four years ago, Sinha was appointed to serve as chief of staff on a high-profile panel producing a report on the mass atrocities in Sri Lanka. The Petrie report — named after the lead author, Charles Petrie, a former U.N. official and occasional advisor to the U.N. chief — provided a damning account of the U.N.’s “systemic failure” to advocate for the protection of hundreds of thousands of Tamils caught in the line of fire in the final months of the country’s brutal civil war in 2009. It criticized senior officials in New York, as well as UNDP’s leadership team in Colombo, charging they routinely downplayed the extent of the Sri Lankan government’s complicity in killing the vast majority of the more than 70,000 civilians who died in indiscriminate shelling. The U.N. team in Sri Lanka “did not perceive the prevention of killing of civilians as their responsibility — and agency and department heads at UNHQ were not instructing them otherwise,” according to the Petrie report.
Body found in van [neither suspicious, nor unexplained by Auckland standards]
A body has been found in a van in south Auckland at 7.40am this morning.
Police are said to be “inquiring into whether the death is suspicious” and whether it will be referred to the coroner. [NOTE: The writer, Catherine Gaffaney, who is a general reporter based in Auckland, is clearly implying there would be instances where the deaths would NOT be referred to the coroner!]
[Incompetent] Police slammed over search for missing man Nicky Stevens
Family of a Hamilton man whose body was pulled from the Waikato River three days after he disappeared from a mental health facility say a “black comedy of errors” were made by police handling of his disappearance. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/80355621/Police-slammed-over-search-for-missing-man-Nicky-Stevens
One killed in Whakatane crash
One person was killed in a crash between a car and a van on Thornton Rd near Whakatane this morning and five, possibly six others were taken to Whakatane Hospital. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80360813/One-dead-in-crash-near-Whakatane-others-injured
American volunteer dies after crash in Napier
A 24-year-old American woman who died after a Hawke’s Bay road crash yesterday was a volunteer worker at Hohepa school for children with intellectual disabilities south of Napier.
She received critical injuries in the two-car crash on Tuesday morning and died in Hawke’s Bay Hospital later.
The victim, who had only recently begun a 12-month volunteer stint at the organisation, has been described as “a ray of sunshine” by Hohepa general manager.
One of the cars involved in a crash on Prebensen Drive. Photo: MEGAN HUNT/FAIRFAX NZ
About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year [Blog estimate]
Truth hurts New Zealand tourism. The average tourist would not visit this country, if they knew true extent of the daily carnage on our deadly roads. Therefore:
To protect the tourism industry, about two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by our political police, or unrecorded by Minitru [“Ministry of Transport”.]
About 2.7 million licensed but not necessary qualified drivers, half million or so unlicensed/unqualified drivers and more than one million tourists (per year) drive on New Zealand death roads.
A large number of the above drive a vehicle under the influence (illicit drugs, banned substances, prescription medication…), while intoxicated, fatigued or mentally unfit, resulting in inordinate numbers of fatalities and injuries. [Other factors for the carnage include deadly roads, road unworthy vehicles…]
Between 2001 and 2014, New Zealand’s vehicle fleet reportedly increased by 32 per cent, while the population grew by 16 per cent and foreign travel was up by 15 per cent. And over the last 10 years the number of international visitors has increased by about 30 per cent.
Today is DAY 160 of the latest NZ TOURISTS or truth? (police censorship of road fatalities) campaign
- Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 368 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016
How do they do it?
Police manipulate the road toll by censoring reports of fatal crashes, while the Ministry of Transport simply delete the unwanted road fatalities, even from their published records.
- Miracles in Godzone: Police, Transport Ministry bring back to life two more dead motorists!
Two days ago…