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DO NOT IMPORT NEW ZEALAND FLOWERS, FRUIT, FARM PRODUCE

Posted by te2ataria on September 13, 2008

SEE ORIGINAL ENTRY>> Global Biosecurity Threat: New Zealand Light Brown Apple Moth

As of midnight Friday September 12, 2008 the United States Department of Agriculture, USDA, is banning all New Zealand flower imports following the discovery of flower shipments containing light brown apple moth eggs.

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Visitor Health Warning: Elevated Risk of Leptospirosis Infection in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 25, 2008

New Zealand Deadly Infections Syndrome (NZDIS), Health Bulletin # 14. Elevated Risk of Human Leptospirosis Infection June 25, 2008

New Zealand: KEEP OUT!

New Zealand has the highest rates of human leptospirosis in the developed world, according to a new study.

The disease, which is passed to humans through the urine of sheep, cattle, pigs, rodents and deer, attacks the kidneys and liver and can cause death.

Meat workers, inspectors, farmers and veterinarians are among the most common occupationally exposed groups.

A meat worker died from the disease, and an increase in the number of cases of leptospirosis in meat workers in Hawke’s Bay has been reported.

Massey University’s veterinarian Jackie Benschop said in the last 20 years there had been a big push to vaccinate dairy cattle and pigs against leptospirosis, but exposure from deer, beef cattle and sheep was also high.

“Our results add weight to the hypothesis that sheep are an important source of leptospiral infections to humans.” (Source)

This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of Leptospira sp. bacteria atop a 0.1. µm polycarbonate filter. Leptospires are long, thin motile spirochetes that may be free-living or associated with animal hosts and survive well in fresh water, soil, and mud in tropical areas. Organisms are antigenically complex, with over 200 known pathogenic serologic variants. Molecular taxonomic studies at CDC and elsewhere have identified 13 named and 4 unnamed species of pathogenic leptospires. Leptospirosis causes a wide range of symptoms, and some infected persons may have no symptoms at all. Symptoms of leptospirosis include high fever, severe headache, chills, muscle aches, and vomiting, and may include jaundice (yellow skin and eyes), red eyes, abdominal pain, diarrhea, or a rash. (Source: phil.CDC.gov)

Leptospirosis Data

  • In New Zealand meat workers are one of the occupations most at risk of contracting leptospirosis, comprising 30 percent of notifications in 2006
  • Infection can result in severe illness and in some cases death.
  • During 2003-2005 leptospirosis resulted in 207 hospitalisations
  • The majority of cases of leptospirosis are relatively mild and may be misdiagnosed as influenza.
  • The true incidence of leptospirosis is probably many times the reported incidence.
  • Leptospira species have many animal hosts including the main livestock species, wildlife and rodents.
  • An NZ slaughterhouse survey in lambs found 59 percent of lines had one or more carcasses with antibodies to two of the strains of leptospirosis – hardjo-bovis or pomona.
  • Leptospirosis occurs more frequently in humans in NZ than in any other country where it is notifiable.
  • Beef herds exposure to hardjo-bovis and pomona is high with prevalence estimates over 50 percent for serovar hardjo-bovis.
  • A survey of 110 deer farms found hardjo-bovis was present on 61 percent.
  • A slaughter-house survey in lambs found 49 percent of lines had one or more carcasses with titres to either hardjo-bovis, pomona or both
  • There is evidence that clinical disease in sheep and deer is emerging with morbidity and mortality in lambs and weaners. (Source)

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Photomicrograph of kidney tissue, using a silver staining technique, revealing the presence of Leptospira bacteria. Photo credit: CDC/Dr. Martin Hicklin Public Health Image Library

Before you opt for a kidney transplant, please ensure the kidney is obtained ethically!

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The Devil’s Church

Posted by te2ataria on June 11, 2008

The Church: One of Diabolical Organized Crime Institutions in New Zealand [And in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Philippines …]

The following excerpts are from:

Church pays big money to lawyers to fight criminal charges

In 2003-2006, the Catholic order of St John of God Brothers spent up to a million dollars in legal fees, trying to save three of its members being extradited from Australia to face trial in New Zealand on child-sex charges. This is money that could otherwise have been spent on providing rehabilitation for people who have suffered in St John of God (SJOG) institutions in Australia and New Zealand. The SJOG order has specialized in accommodating boys and young men who have intellectual or learning disabilities.

In 2003 a New Zealand court issued a warrant to have the three SJOG members extradited to New Zealand. The three, who were living in Sydney in 2003, were:

  • Brother Rodger William Moloney, then 69;
  • Father Raymond John Garchow, then 57; and
  • Brother William John Lebler, then 83. [Oh, Brother!]

Snail-pace justice

Church lawyers, who were being paid by the St John of God order, appealed to the Australian Federal Court against the extradition order.

On 15 April 2005, Federal Court judge Rodney Madgwick reserved his decision on the appeal. Justice Madgwick said it would take some time for him to prepare a judgment. And His Honour was correct – twelve months later, on 15 April 2006, the judgment had not yet appeared. Nobody had expected that His Honour would take a year. [WTF]

Million-dollar justice

The head of the SJOG order for Australia and New Zealand (Brother Peter Burke) admitted to the media that the SJOG order was paying the men’s legal fees. He would not say how much had been spent. But because the extradition case had been running for a long time it was substantial, he said, and he had sought guidance from Rome [Vatican, the Pope] on the cost. Legal observers estimated that, by the end of 2006, the SJOG order had spent as much as $1,000,000 Australian on this case.

However, Broken Rites questions the propriety of this legal support. One million dollars would be better spent in creating supports to people damaged by sexual abuse. SJOG victims need education, housing and help in maintaining relationships, as they have few social skills. These people need some sort of place they can go to learn the social and vocational skills they need to function in society.

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The Bas*ard Brothers: St John of God Catholic religious Brothers abused the disabled

Excerpts from

Man tells of ‘touching’ in dormitory

Moloney, 73, is accused of abusing 11 boys over a six-year period.

He denies 14 charges of inducing an indecent act, 10 of indecent assault, four of sodomy and two of doing an indecent act.

The man said Moloney had told him not to tell anyone about the incidents.

He had not told anyone until a television programme alleging another member of the order, Brother Bernard Kevin McGrath, had abused other boys, prompted him to tell his mother it had also happened to him.

McGrath has already been tried and was jailed for five years in 2006 on 21 charges of sexual offending against children at the school between 1974 and 1977.

The Others on New Zealand’s List of Most Repugnant Organized Crimes Institutions include the establishment, military, government, Human Rights Commission, judiciary, police force, chemical industry, arms industry, tourist industry …

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Is NZ’s Toxic Time Bomb Finally Going Off?

Posted by feww on March 5, 2008

Or is it a genetic issue?

[Submitted by Guest Writer]

As New Zealand’s youngest killer (he committed murder in 2001, when 12) becomes eligible for parole, a study reveals that fifth of New Zealand’s primary school pupils in Hawke’s Bay are sociopaths. [Surprised?]

According to the report:

  • One in five of the 12,787 Hawke’s Bay pupils covered by the survey was either a danger to others, disrupted other pupils’ learning or damaged property.
  • Just under a third of the responding teachers had at least one pupil who physically attacked other pupils.
  • Six per cent of teachers reported ongoing physical attacks on themselves or teachers aides.

In view of the appalling statistics, New Zealand authorities must now tell the world, especially the potential tourists who risk their lives visiting the country, whether the unprecedented level of violence is due to genetic reasons, or it is caused by the New Zealand poisoning syndrome—the millions of tons of toxic chemicals including Agent Orange buried in undisclosed locations, which are now leaking to the environment.

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More Eco-Terrorism in Antarctica

Posted by feww on February 28, 2008

The critters who commit acts of eco-terrorism (the tourists and the tourism industry) need urgent rehabilitation. And if that fails, they should be put behind bars for the rest of their wretched lives to protect the environment.

“BUENOS AIRES, Nov 23 (IPS) – The second accident this year involving a cruiseliner in the Antarctic is alarming the countries that protect and conserve the frozen continent, which are persisting in their demands for penalties in cases of disasters that cause pollution.”

“Mariano Mémoli, the head of the National Antarctic Directorate at the Argentine Foreign Ministry, told IPS “we are extremely concerned by the frequency of these accidents, but the other countries, which are also alarmed, are taking their time about signing laws to defend the environment.”

“[T]he M/S Explorer, a tourist cruise ship, collided with an iceberg close to the South Shetland Islands, north of the Antarctic Peninsula, shortly after five a.m. on Friday. The 154 people on board, passengers and crew, were taken off in lifeboats and inflatable dinghies, and the damaged ship was left listing at an angle of 45º.”

“… The liner was carrying 185 tons of fuel, and the first assessments agreed that towing it would be risky and costly.” (!)

“Mémoli said that the diesel oil carried by the cruiser is a light fuel, most of which will evaporate, but the residue is highly toxic and soluble in water. “This is an area of high biological value, with penguins, seals, elephant seals, and a range of fish and bird species,” he said.”

“The ship, 73 metres in length and with a beam of 14 metres, flies the Liberian flag. It was built in Finland and is operated by GAP Adventures, a Canadian tourist company.”

“Most of the passengers, who paid an average 8,000 dollars for the cruise, were from the UK, the Netherlands, the U.S. and Australia.” Read more …

See also previous entry and debate: Eco Tourism?

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