Kiwis failing drug tests, that’s why we need more migrants: PM from Hell
Posted by te2ataria on February 27, 2017
Only three vehicle-related fatality reports allowed so far today!
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It never occurred to the CORRUPT Prime Minister to address the drug problem that is destroying the country…
The young Kiwis failing workplace drug tests won’t just go away. They will replace the current generations of murderers, rapists, car thieves and burglars. And that’s why the addicts are needed. They enrich the establishment’s mega pushers, and promote the need for a dysfunctional police state.
PM defends net migration levels, says foreign workers needed because Kiwis failing drug tests
English defended the latest increase in net migration today and said he was not looking at curbing demand, despite 140,000 New Zealanders being out of work.
Speaking at his weekly press conference, English said the Government was still getting “robust” complaints from businesses that they could not fill vacancies, especially the hospitality and horticulture industries.
Asked why jobless New Zealanders could not fill these roles, English said: “One of the hurdles these days is just passing a drugs test.
Other News in Drips…
Two killed, several injured in Tasman crash
At least two people were killed and four other seriously injured in a three-vehicle crash on Tasman’s Coastal Highway.
At least one killed in crash near the Ureweras
One killed after van carrying four children drives over a bank in Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]
Pregnant woman, toddler among five hurt in crash at Devil’s Staircase
Chinese visitor vanishes after leaving Auckland hotel for a walk
“42 year-old Ling Fang Mai arrived in Auckland last Wednesday afternoon [February 22.] She was part of a tour group visiting Auckland. She visited the Mt Eden summit with the group and then checked into her hotel in Parnell at around 8pm that evening.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-looking-missing-chinese-visitor-who-went-walk-and-failed-return
It’s unclear why the police failed to release this information five days ago.
Swimmer missing at Muriwai Beach, Auckland
“Emergency services have been searching Muriwai Beach this evening after two men got into difficulty in the water. The search began at around 6.20pm. One man was recovered from the water in a serious condition and has been taken to hospital the second man is still missing. ”
Police investigating vicious attack on woman seek help to identify man in cctv footage
Who is this man?
“Police are seeking public help to identify a man who was the last person to have seen a woman before she was viciously assaulted in the early hours of Sunday morning. At around 2.12am yesterday morning, Police received a 111 call from the victim. The victim had woken up in a quarry to find that her head and face were injured, some of her clothing had been removed and a man was standing over her with a bat. The victim managed to call Police from her cell-phone but did not know where she was. She managed to grab her clothing and flee from the man. Over the next hour the Police call-taker kept the woman on the line as enquiries continued in the background to find out where the woman was.”
Body recovered from Lake Karapiro
“Members of the Police National Dive Squad have today recovered a body from Lake Karapiro.
This follows a man who was reported missing while swimming in the lake yesterday afternoon.”
Search continues for diver missing in Marlborough
“A shoreline and underwater search continues today for a diver missing in the Marlborough Sounds. The 49-year-old man was reported overdue diving off a boat on Saturday morning.”
Deadly Crash in Frasertown – Name release –
“Police can now name the man who died following a crash on State Highway 38, near Frasertown, on Saturday 25 February. He was 23-year-old Te Pouwhenua Hemi Waiwai from Wairoa.”
Police name man found in Manawatu River
“Manawatu Police have now confirmed the identity of the man found in the Manawatu River on Friday, February 24. He was 36-year-old Christopher Adam Neal, who was reported missing on Wednesday, February 22. There are no suspicious circumstances [as is the NZ police investigation norm] surrounding the death, which will be referred to the Coroner.”
Police shooting victim named
“Please attribute to Acting District Commander for Wellington, Superintendent Steve Kehoe. Police are now in a position to release the name of the man [assassinated] by Police around the Mana Esplanade, north of Wellington, early on Sunday morning (26 February 2017).”
The name of the victim is Christopher Wayne Brown, 44, of the wider Porirua area.