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Do YOU Believe In Curses?

Posted by te2ataria on January 25, 2010

The son of a New Zealand senior judge killed in Canada

A friend of this blog, who is Maori seer, says curses are as real as road crashes!

The first of the three children of Court of Appeal president Sir William Young was killed after being struck by a vehicle while jogging in Vancouver on January 19, The Press reported.

Nick Young, 27, who graduated in 2006 from Canterbury University, moved to Canada working as an engineer.

“The former Christ’s College pupil was on a pedestrian crossing on a major Vancouver street when he was hit by the car.” It was reported.

His father Justice Young, his mother, Susan, and siblings Charlotte and Thomas have all flown to Vancouver to bring his body to Christchurch.

Do you believe in curses?

APA, the Maori seer, has seen into the possible futures and will reveal his visions on demise of

1. A wealthy American couple who live in New Zealand
2. A prominent British couple who are also residing in NZ
3. Seven other well-known individuals living here or related to this country

Coming soon…

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Intellectually Stunted NZ Students Riot, Again

Posted by te2ataria on September 12, 2009

Scores of Dunedin residents injured in student riot

Many Dunedin residents and several police farce-rs were injured when riot broke out as pathetic Canterbury University students arrived in the town’s Castle St in their annual Undie 500 drunken car rally.

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Dunedin Police in riot gear advance on the crowd about 1.20am. Photos by Stephen Jaquiery/ODT. Image may be subject to copyright.

More than 1,000  students pelted the police and bystanders with bricks, bottles, metal bolts and bicycle parts in North Dunedin.

Dunedin police were forced to don riot gear and use pepper spray to disperse student mobs during overnight partying after the controversial Undie 500 rally arrived in the city.

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Castle St burns, again! The crowd takes over in Castle St, Dunedin, last night, setting fires and pushing police out of the area. Photo: ODT. Image may be subject to copyright.

Up to 100 police farce-rs took  more than two hours to disperse the students. To down play the serious riot however, they only made 20 arrests “for range of offences including disorderly behaviour, breaching the liquor ban and setting fire to property.” A report said.

Council workers have been cleaning up broken glass and other debris and are removing burned out cars.

The police were heavily outnumbered by the rioting students and failed to enforce a liquor ban, the city mayor said.

He hopes there will be no further trouble tonight and is urging anyone taking part in Undie 500-related events not to do anything they will regret for the rest of their lives.

The so-called “Undie 500” event was organized by Canterbury University students, and involves a pub crawl from Christchurch to Dunedin, driving cars worth under NZ$500.

Despite the cancellation of  last year’s Undie 500 event, which was prompted by serious rioting and public disorder in the city resulting in 69 arrests in 2007, an unofficial version of the event still ran leading to another round of rioting and disorder and 30 arrests.

Most of those arrested were Otago University students, Dunedin Area Commander Infector Dave Campbell said.

They faced a variety of charges, ranging from disorderly behaviour and breaching the liquor ban to wilfully setting fire to property.

Police Farce Infector Alistair Dickie said:  “We are happy we have been able to stabilise the crowd without exerting our authority too much … We could have sparked something here… Hopefully, I don’t eat my words.”

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