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Correction: New Zealand Among Most Corrupt Countries

Posted by te2ataria on November 18, 2009

Here We Go Again, Another Dollar-a-Lie Report by Transparency International Putz

Here’s a quiz: Find the Only FALSE Statement Below:

1. There are more cows in New Zealand than people.

2. New Zealand police force is among the most violent and corrupt police forces in the world.

3. New Zealand judiciary are among the most corrupt judiciaries in the world.

4. New Zealand is the world’s least corrupt country out of a list of 180 countries .

[Hint: The statement was repeated last year, too. See below for correct answer.]

In September 2008, New Zealand, Denmark and Sweden were falsely advertised as the world’s least corrupt nations, by the same people [Transparency International.] On an ascending scale of 0  – 10,  the three countries scored 9.3, as the least corrupt countries. In 2007, New Zealand tied with Denmark and Finland for least corrupt country ranking.

In March 2009, this blog said:

The Moderator couldn’t stop laughing loud for a couple of hours, and replied

You must be bloody joking!

Transparency International, reportedly a George Soros brainchild (or is it child brain), was apparently behind that farcical misreport. [Compare with this report for legitimacy.]

Seriously, if the extreme corruption by NZ government, judiciary, military, police [and security intelligence service -sic,] NZ branches of UN organizations… the corporate fraud by companies like Fonterra … as well as the dishonest gene of perfidious pakeha could be ignored just for a moment, as impossible as it is, then of course New Zealand could appear as if it’s as little corrupted as Finland!

In case you are wondering why the Moderator indulged in a revisit, see the recent developments in the following areas:

Where Transparency International fails to back its ridiculous statement about this country being among least corrupt nations, this blog provides ample information as to why New Zealand is one the most corrupt countries in the world.

Since March this year, we have observed many other incidents of corruption all around. Search blog content. See also:

And many many more examples!

F**K Off, Transparency International

“Stemming corruption requires strong oversight by parliaments, a well-performing judiciary, independent and properly resourced audit and anti-corruption agencies, vigorous law enforcement, transparency in public budgets, revenue and aid flows, as well as space for independent media and a vibrant civil society,” said Huguette Labelle, chairwoman of Transparency International.

This blog hereby brands the discredited Transparency International as a Disinformation Pimp!

[Answer: #4. The statement ” New Zealand is the world’s least corrupt country…” is FALSE. ]

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Swedish police inspector killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on January 1, 2009

Every death in New Zealand should be treated as murder, unless proven otherwise!

New Zealand Killing Fields: 2009 Season Starts

Goran Oskarsson, 50, a Swedish police inspector, was killed this morning. His wife was flown to Waikato Hospital with broken bones and head injuries; his three teenage children were also taken to hospital, reportedly with less serious injuries.

According to a report, “the campervan driven by 50-year-old Goran Oskarsson left the road at the intersection of state highways 47 and 48, near the central North Island settlement of National Park.

“He appeared to have been unable to make a left hand turn at the intersection, and skidded across SH 47 before rolling down a 20m bank into a small creek, said Sergeant Marc Clausen.” [The nincompoop NZ police sergeant wants you to believe the Swedes  don’t teach their police inspectors how to make a left hand turn at intersections!]

The Swedish authorities owe it to their police force and family and friends of the victim to thoroughly investigate the circumstances leading to their colleague’s tragic death.

The Swedish authorities are also reminded that one of a handful of “specialties” taught to the New Zealand SIS is how to make an assassination job look like a road accident.

According to our statistical model, Mr Oskarsson was the 1,446th foreign tourist killed in New Zealand since January 1st 2000.

We sincerely hope and pray the victim’s wife and kids won’t join the statistics.

The New Zealand police’s and Coroners’ reports  are NOT worth the paper they are written on!

To establish the real cause, the death of each visitor in New Zealand must be investigated by NON-NZ independent experts.

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NZ least corrupt nation? [ROFWL]

Posted by te2ataria on September 24, 2008

You must be bloody joking!

Don’t exactly know what sort of bribery was involved here, or how much was paid to the con artists, but NO ONE could call New Zealand “one of the three least corrupt nations on Earth” while keeping a straight face.

A cut-and-paste organization, the so called Transparency International [sounds like a mule from George Soros stables,] has named New Zealand alongside Denmark and Sweden as the world’s least corrupt nations.

This faux nomination comes amid the corruption scandal that lead  to corporate manslaughter committed by Fonterra, one of New Zealand’s major companies, which also involves New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Helen Clark, and her sidekick, the “Multiple” Minister, Phil Goff.

Dream on, New Zealand, but don’t give other countries like Sweden and Denmark a bad name by association!

If you can read the story while keeping a straight face, and without a snicker, here’s a link.

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