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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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Fly to NZ and Help Make the World a CO2-Rich Place!

Posted by te2ataria on July 10, 2008

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Get a Life! Be a CO2 Douche – Fly to Apartheid New Zealand!

What’s all that about?

Everyone in New Zealand starting from the un-authorities to the “tarts” and “crumpets” at advertising agencies is scratching their butts trying to get more tourists into the country for fleecing.

More and more conscientious visitors from the US and Britain are opting out, however, canceling their high-carbon visits to apartheid New Zealand. Intelligent people know that flying to New Zealand is an act of eco-terrorism.

Flying to New Zealand once produces 50 percent less carbon dioxide than flying to New Zealand twice!

On a return flight from the United States to New Zealand, each visitor produces about 7.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution; a UK visitor produces about 17.64 metric tons of CO2.

[Note: Driving an average passenger car in the US over a year, traveling 12,500 miles (20,112 km) and consuming 581 gallons (2,200 liters) of gasoline, produces about 11,450 pounds (5.2 metric tons) of carbon dioxide. A couple on a return flight from the US to NZ produce as much CO2 as driving their car for about THREE years! A European/UK couple on a return flight to NZ produce more CO2 than in EIGHT years of driving.]

Unfortunately, three American tourists were last seen visiting the exact spot on Wellington’s Mount Victoria, where F**king “Frodo from Lord of the Rings stood looking troubled.”

Saatchi and Saatchi, the vampires of commercialism, with their corny slogans and downright dishonest tricks on “selling” New Zealand, are back, again, on the government payroll: “Our remoteness is our strength.” [Recall George Orwell’s famous slogan perpetuated by The Party:”War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength.” ]

No! That is false:

Your remoteness means 17.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution produced per UK visitor.

Here is another one of theirs: “This is as far away as you can get …”

Wrong again! The earth is round, you advertising morons!

Come to Unforgettable New Zealand: Where you could get killed for the first time in your life!

And another: “New Zealand, the place where almost nothing happens and isn’t that refreshing?”

That’s a big lie and a load of BS, and they know it. A hell of a lot happens in New Zealand: If you don’t get killed in New Zealand, you’ll probably end up looking like this:

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BASHED: This 24-year-old man suffered severe facial injuries, including two black and bleeding eyes, after a vicious assault. (Source: Stuff NZ.) Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

Or like Robbie …

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Robbie O’Brien, 31, was attacked by a group of muggers in Westport, New Zealand.

Or hundreds of others who have been murdered, raped, mugged and viciously assaulted.

Here’s a one:

You’ll never be out of reach of a murderer, a rapist, or a psychopath in New Zealand; they’ll be in touch; they’ll always find you!

[Note: Lots of examples and proof available on this blog – search the contents!]

Numbers of Tourists Leaving New Zealand in Body Bags!

Even if you go by the doctored statistics of Land Transport New Zealand, at least 413 people died on New Zealand’s death roads in the last 12 months. Statistically, up to 50 percent of the dead may have been tourists. But this information is not made available by the NZ un-authorities. Nor are any statistics concerning the cases of serious injuries among the tourists.

According to nztourmaps.com, a New Zealand tourism promotion company, about 779 overseas visitors were killed in New Zealand between 2001 to 2006. That’s 195 visitors each year who were murdered or killed one way or another from the end of 2001 to the beginning of 2006. [Note: The figure provided may be grossly underestimated, however, it still means overseas visitors are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.] But even this information is not readily available. In fact, NZ Govt. and its agencies have repeatedly declined to provide the Moderators and their colleagues with the numbers of foreigners who lose their lives in New Zealand each year.

So, here are some more HONEST slogans about puke green New Zealand:

Adventure New Zealand: You are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.

Come to New Zealand: You are twice more likely to be killed on our roads than even in Germany.

Visit New Zealand! Experience the unique feeling of leaving the country in a body bag!

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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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Urgent Health Warning: Outbreak of Norovirus in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 18, 2008

[New Zealand Death Syndrome (NZDS), Health Bulletin # 13. Outbreak of Norovirus, June 18, 2008]

New Zealand: KEEP OUT!

An outbreak of norovirus in New Plymouth, New zealand, has killed at least one person in a rest home. More than 100 cases of noroviros infection have been reported recetly, a medical health officer said.

Norovirus affects people of all ages. The viruses are transmitted by faecally contaminated food or water and by person-to-person contact.

The disease is characterized by nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. General lethargy, weakness, muscle aches, headache, and fever. Symptoms may persist for several days and may become life-threatening in the young, the elderly, and the immune-compromised. (Read more).

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Urgent Health Warning: Outbreak of Dangerous Group A Streptococcus Bacterium

Posted by te2ataria on June 16, 2008

[New Zealand Death Syndrome (NZDS), Health Bulletin # 12. Outbreak of Dangerous Group A Streptococcus Bacterium, June 17, 2008]

Keep Your Kids OUT of New Zealand!

Health workers revealed an outbreak of group A streptococcus bacterium, which causes rheumatic fever and can lead arthritis and heart damage, had infected at least 32 children in Kaikohe, New Zealand.


Photomicrograph of Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria, 900x Mag. A pus specimen, viewed using Pappenheim’s stain. Last century, infections by S. pyogenes claimed many lives especially since the organism was the most important cause of puerperal fever and scarlet fever. This media comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Public Health Image Library (PHIL), with identification number #2110.

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Veteran celebrates historic Maori protest

Posted by te2ataria on May 24, 2008

“We are landless in our own land.”

By JOSEPH LOSE – Sunday News | Sunday, 25 May 2008

A defining moment in Maori land claims will be celebrated today, with the 30th anniversary of the forced end to the occupation of Bastion Point.

On this day 30 years ago, New Zealanders were stunned when an 800-strong force of police and army moved on to the Auckland landmark and arrested 222 Ngati Whatua and Pakeha supporters who had camped out on the site for 507 days to try to force its return to the tangata whenua.

One of the occupation leaders, Joe Hawke, will have mixed emotions when he stands on the precious land today to join other “patriots” in remembering the historic moments.

“It will be a time to remember and a time to celebrate,” Hawke, 68, told Sunday News. “But it will also be a time of sadness because of what we had to do.

“It was the price we had to pay for the whenua (land). New Zealand cried that day.”

The former Labour MP, now the Bastion Point kaumatua, stirred supporters to action to reclaim the land in 1977.

“We are landless in our own land. The struggle for retention of this land is the most important struggle our people have faced in a number of years,” Hawke said at the time.

“To lose this last bit of ground would be a death blow to the mana, to the honour and to the dignity of the Ngati Whatua people. We are prepared to go all the way because legally we have the right to do it.”

Bastion Point, on Auckland’s waterfront, was owned by Ngati Whatua before the British colonisation.

In 1885, the NZ Government built a military outpost there because it commanded a good strategic position over Waitemata Harbour.

In 1941, when the Crown no longer needed the land for defence, it did not return it to Ngati Whatua but instead gifted it to the Auckland City Council for a reserve.

The last straw for the iwi was when, in 1976, the Crown announced it planned to develop Bastion Point by selling it to the highest corporate bidder for high-income housing.

Hawke led a group of 30 on to the land on January 4, 1977.

The occupation gained quick support and hundreds turned up to join. […]

Hawke said the stand they took at Bastion Point will be remembered for “awakening Maori”.

“It set the tone for the future,” he said. [More . . .]

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Who’s Afraid of Compound 1080?

Posted by feww on February 28, 2008

[New Zealand Poisoning Syndrome (NZPS), Health Bulletin # 2. Exposure to Compound 1080 Feb. 10, 2008]

Should You be afraid of 1080?

Sodium fluoroacetate (aka, sodium monofluoroacetate, compound 1080 or 1080)

1080 is a potent metabolic poison that works by interfering with the citric acid cycle, and is used primarily to control mammalian pests, including invasive species. The existence of this chemical was first noted in the Second World War.

Compound 1080 is the most toxic pesticide registered by the World Health Organization, WHO. It is rarely used in the U.S. because it is highly toxic and kills wildlife indiscriminately. The only manufacturer of 1080 left in the U.S. ships most of its production to New Zealand. More information on 1080 …

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Hermaphrodite Lamb Born With Seven Legs

Posted by feww on February 28, 2008

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