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Where would NZ govt move to if catastrophic quakes razed Wellington, other cities?

Posted by te2ataria on May 6, 2017

Breaking News: One Hell of a “Moderate” Quake Hits Blenheim

Magnitude 4.5 quake hit at 7:53:50 pm today, at a depth of 37km, about 10 km north-west of Blenheim, with 3,076 felt reports received from around the country, as of posting, according to Geonet website.


Police Road Fatality Reports: Extreme Censorship in Effect to “Compensate” for last Saturday’s quintuple “road murders”

  • No road fatality report allowed by police today (Saturday), as of posting, despite at least eight serious crashes that have been reported locally.
  • ONLY  four fatalities reports have been allowed since last Saturday’s quintuple road kills.


What’s the best thing that could happen to New Zealand government?

What are the alternatives for a seat of government, if catastrophic earthquakes hit Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, and six to nine other cities, in a short period of time?

“The cost of repairing Wellington after an earthquake similar in magnitude to the one that struck Christchurch in 2011 would be at least $26 billion,” according to a report jointly prepared by Deloitt and a dilettante engineering firm.

However, the report conveniently leaves out two vital questions:

  1. What if the quake was two or more orders of magnitude larger than the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake?
  2. What if more than one mega quake razed Wellington and as many as nine other New Zealand cities within a short period of time?

“My understanding is that if it was that big an event, if the Hikurangi Trench ruptured, then Wellington wouldn’t be the only place affected. It would be a national emergency,” said Former Wellington mayor Fran Wilde.

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