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5,500 Foreigners Violently Killed & 35,000 Seriously Injured by NZ Tourism Machination since 2000 — Welcome to the World's Deadliest Tourist Attraction: The Final Destination!

How many more foreign students must be killed in NZ before govt issued travel warnings?

Posted by te2ataria on August 25, 2018

Edited by Moderator DH



4,500 Foreigners Killed in NZ Since 2000

More than 4,500 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and more than 30,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand between January 2000 and 2018.

WHY is this blog censored, blocked and/or filtered?

The above statistics have been available for several years. We have regularly posted on this website the numbers of fatalities and serious injuries sustained by foreigners visiting this country. That’s why this blog is being filtered by Google (Alphabet Inc.), hacked by WordPress and censored by multiple “stakeholder” governments including those of NZ, Australia, Canada, UK, US, India, Japan, Malaysia, Korea and China, among many others, to prevent the would-be visitors from making an informed decision based on the actual risks of traveling to NZ.

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Sent by a reader in Murder and Crime Capital of NZ [aka, “Auckland”]

Her parents thought she would be safe in NZ!!!

Young American woman Lauren “Kimi” Worrell was horrifically killed on 19 August 2018 at Castle Rock. Her family have released the following statement through NZ police and also provided the attached photo for media use.

RIP. Lauren “Kimi” Worrell was a 28-year-old American living in Auckland. Her tragic death, like that of thousands of other foreign victims studying or visiting NZ, was totally unnecessary and avoidable. Unfortunately, the odds were heavily stacked against her.

Lauren “Kimi” Worrell was a 28-year-old American living in Auckland. She’d just finished her Masters degree from the University of Auckland, getting an A+ on her thesis “New Directions for Sustainable Transport Policy in Auckland”, an area in which she intended on working. She was an avid outdoors enthusiast and rock-climber.

Kimi passed away on 19 August 2018 whilst preparing to descend a challenging 120m rock face at Castle Rock. The matter is still being investigated by the Coroner, however the family wish to highlight a safety risk to those in the climbing community.   The family ask climbers to consider very carefully their reliance on equipment left permanently fixed to rock faces, and the condition of this equipment. This equipment will naturally be affected by UV rays and other elements of nature effecting its condition and reliability.   There will be a private memorial service held on Sunday to celebrate Kimi’s life.

A Rahui has been placed on Castle Rock until it can be lifted by local iwi next week.   The family have travelled from California. They would like to thank the two rock climbers who attempted a rescue, the Kuaotunu Land Search and Rescue Team who assisted on the day, members of the New Zealand Police, the US Consulate, and friends in New Zealand.   The local community is organizing a fund in Kimi’s memory, the proceeds of which will be used for the purpose of maintaining existing hardware and fixed lines in rock-climbing areas around New Zealand. We are working to make climbing accessible and safer to everyone, and to prevent avoidable deaths like this in the future. We are collecting funds through givealittle: https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/kimis-legacy-fund# (link is external)

Givealittle to make tourism safe in NZ??

Total tourism [declared] expenditure was at least NZD36.1 billion, and income from value added of industries supporting tourism of NZD11.3 billion, with an additional NZD4.5 billion or more earned from International students, generating about NZD5.2 billion in goods and services tax (GST) revenue last year.

And NZ govt needs givealittle to make tourism safe??

I’ve witnessed how hard you’ve been trying for over a decade to inform the would-be visitors of the real and present dangers of travelling to NZ. However, the establishment seem to have a totally different agenda.

I’ve found hundreds of related posts on the blog including the following, which I’d like to share with other readers.

[The “Grim Reaper” appears to select the victims democratically from among all nationalities.]

It was particularly painful to read again the highlights of your research on visitors deaths:

New Zealand occupies positions 1 to 7 of the world’s 10 Worst Holiday Destinations because…

  • Exposure to excessive UV radiation
  • Exposure to deadly chemicals
  • Exposure to viral infections
  • Unsanitary food, accommodation
  • Exposure to sewage contaminated beaches and waterways
  • Little or NO access to even rudimentary medical facilities in the case of record numbers of deadly road crashes, and inordinate number of deaths and near-fatal injuries caused by using defective equipment for climbing, tramping, paragliding, bungy jumping, skiing, canoeing, diving and all other mountain, snow, water sports and outdoor activities
  • Deadly roads!
  • Defective, old, poorly maintained rental cars, quad-bikes, jet skis, and all other sports equipment
  • Inadequate or NO supervision in venues where extreme sports are touted
  • [Unfit, unqualified instructors or otherwise those operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.]
  • Little or NO warning posted in dangerous  places and unsafe areas that pose a life threat, or serious injuries, to the visitors, but are invariably advertised as “popular hot spots” to lure unsuspecting foreign visitors

NZ government has a moral duty to pay adequate compensation to the victims’ families, but we wont hold our breath!

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