The International Community Must Ostracize Apartheid New Zealand.
The pakeha “elite” must pack their bags, take their land thieves, banks, politicians, judges, military, police, prison guards and pollution, and go back to their own countries.
The Apartheid New Zealand Has Long Tentacles: Take One
Josen Tofia Mataia, 32, on remand at the jail near Rockhampton, Queensland, was murdered by 6 prison guards. Inmates “saw the prisoner being dragged along by between four and six officers in an inappropriate restraint position.” Source: NZPA. Image may be subject to copyright.
The Apartheid New Zealand: Take Two
In a move that turned the faces of Israeli Occupation Forces in Palestine green with envy, New Zealand Paras and members of SAS, seen loading weapons and equipment into vehicles at Ruatoki North, prpare for another assault against Maori as the Tuhoe tribe’s traditional lands become the focus of an unprecedented paramilitary police operation, alleging the forests also hide military-style training camps. (Source: Stuff NZ). Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!
The apartheid New Zealand: Take Three
These four paramilitary police scumbags seriously assaulted a defenseless teenager, Rawiri Falwasser, now 20, with batons and pepper spray in a police cell in 2006. The gang of four paramilitary thugs [policemen] were acquitted by an all white jury. (Source: 3News) Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!
The Apartheid New Zealand: Take n+1
Another Victim Murdered in Custody
Anna Selina Kingi, 41, who was in custody awaiting sentencing at the Hamilton District Court was murdered by the police. The police autopsy report said she suffered a “heart attack!” Source.
The Apartheid New Zealand: Take n+2
Suspects in prison killing ‘not going anywhere’ [WOW! what relief!]
Tue Faavae, 23, was found dead in a cell block at Auckland Prison at Paremoremo about 11am on March 1, 2009. He was serving a sentence for robbery. His brother Niko says he and his family want answers from the Corrections Department. Source