Zombie Democracy – Apartheid Fort NZ

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!

Archive for the ‘greenpeace’ Category

You had a right to protest in Darkland?

Posted by te2ataria on April 12, 2011

Gunboat Democracy!

Whoever gave you the idea Fort NZ tolerated human rights or the right to protest?

New Zealand Gestapo and the paramilitary police force are using the naval inshore patrol vessel HMNZS Pukaki [Puke-akin] to monitor the protests.

New Zealand Gestapo has also served notice that any protester trying to block oil exploration off the East Cape would face fines of up to $10,000, a year in prison, or probably both.

For good measure, the Gestapo van driver might knee you in the groin on your way to prison from the district kangaroo courthouse.

So, be smart and keep away from The Orient Explorer and the rest of them “research vessels” with Petrobras name.

Pukaki: The role of this naval vessel is NOT to fight foreign enemies, but to oppress protesters.

The Brazilian state-owned oil company is carrying out seismic research in the Raukumara Basin under a 5-year licence granted by our beloved Government, according  to a report.

During the weekend swimmers from a Greenpeace-led protest flotilla forced the ship off course by swimming close to it. No action was taken against them but police this afternoon visited the protest fleet in navy rigid-hull inflatable boats and served the skippers notices under the Maritime Transport Act, warning them to stay at least 200m away from the Orient Explorer and a second Petrobras vessels, Ocean Pioneer, or face a fine of up to $10,000 or 12 months in prison.


Greenpeace says the Government is putting financial interests of an international oil company ahead of local people.

“We are very concerned at the use of military services to intervene in this protest and very concerned that the Government is meddling in police matters,” Greenpeace climate campaigner Steve Abel said.

What does the local iwi Say?

Petrobras had met East Cape iwi Te Whanau a Apanui, which opposes the project, and would continue to engage with it.

“They haven’t given us the permission to drill, but they give us the opportunity to be friends,” Petrobras asset manager Marco Toledo said.

Could it be because Te Whanau a Apanui are worried about the environmental impact?

Can Petrobras guarantee there would be no adverse environmental effects if drilling went ahead?

“Guarantee is a word that does not exist in our industry, in the industry in general,” he said.

And if you don’t believe him look at the BP rape of Gulf of Mexico, or the Tokyo Electric wholesale disaster in Japan.

Did John Key have anything to say?

Prime Minister John Key has been wondering since when a “bunch of hippies” are worried about environmental issues. He told reporters he trusted the police to balance the rights of Petrobras and the protesters, “saying it was no different to a protest on dry land”, the report said.

He means since the police INVARIABLY uses the military against protesters on dry land, why the heck shouldn’t they also use them on the high seas!

Posted in climate campaign, greenpeace, iwi Te Whanau a Apanui, Ocean Pioneer, The Orient Explorer | Tagged: , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

Keisha Speaks the Truth

Posted by te2ataria on August 16, 2009

Quotes of the Week by Keisha Castle-Hughes, and TEAA [the Moderator]

Keisha Castle-Hughes Photo - Norrie Montgomery
Keisha Castle-Hughes. Photo / Norrie Montgomery. Image may be subject to copyright.

“I think it’s derogatory to state that it’s not okay for New Zealanders to stand up and take interest in the world around them… Discouraging New Zealand youth to participate, think and speak out is not for the Prime Minister of NZ.”

“Castle-Hughes is one of the celebrity faces of the Greenpeace ‘Sign On’ campaign urging the government to commit to a 40 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2020. The government has said it will aim for a 10-20% reduction.” Sunday Star Times said.

TEAA Message to John Key:

I think you should stick to money-lending and defrauding investors in the foreign exchange market [because you cause less damage to the environment that way!]

key with nose growing
John Key. Every time he lies about his real intentions, backtracks or eats humble pies, his nose grows bigger.  Photo / Mark Mitchell. Image may be subject to copyright.

On Tuesday John Key [the NZ PM and “honorary Israeli council in NZ”]  said Castle-Hughes, who is an ambassador for Greenpeace’s Sign On campaign, “should stick to acting.”  He  now says he is prepared to eat humble pies, or worse, and chat to actor Keisha Castle-Hughes concerning climate change.

Related Links:

Posted in Climate Change, greenpeace, israel first, oppresive israeli mentality, zionist PM | Tagged: , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »