Pyramid of Lies and Mass Deception
Posted by te2ataria on June 29, 2016
Sent by a reader shouting: “YGBFKM”
“Social Progress Index”: New Zealand slips to 10th place —Stink Tank
Q. Who or what are the cornerstones of the pyramid of lies that keep manufacturing fake social status and “best-country-to-live” profiles for the poverty-stricken, violent and backward New Zealand?
A. The UN and NZ Govt provide the grants, Statistics NZ supply the doctored data, the cadets [whore-mongering think-thanks] montage the reports and the presstitute ram them down our throats, while POLICE and SPY AGENCIES mercilessly stifle any dissent.
New Zealand allegedly came first [really?] out of 133 countries on the “Social Progress Index” in 2014, but dropped to fifth last year and 10th-equal with Iceland this year, according to Michael Green, director of Social Policy Imperative, a Washington-based think-tank that manufactures the annual index.
[Never mind the 305,000 poverty-stricken kids, the homeless and the hopeless… Moderator]
“New Zealand still ranks first for mobile phones per person [WOW!] personal rights [WE EXPERIENCE and REALLY APPRECIATE our rights and freedoms—compared to the Palestinians in Gaza—on a DAILY BASIS!! -Moderator,] religious tolerance and tolerance for immigrants [THIS CATEGORY CLEARLY EXCLUDES THE NON-WHITE IMMIGRANTS -Moderator.]”
“But it has slipped in the past year from 44th to 59th on affordable housing [based on data provided by the official information massage parlour, Statistics NZ] from 79th to 83rd for suicide, and from 117th to 126th for obesity – the country’s worst ranking on any of the 53 indicators.”
“New Zealanders saying they were ‘satisfied’ with the affordability of housing dropped from 52 per cent last year to 47 per cent [ONLY?] in the latest survey [WHAT/WHO/WHERE/HOW/WHEN?]”
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