New Zealand Rule: By Way of Deception
Perfidious pakeha are caught massaging numbers for the road deaths in New Zealand, AGAIN!
Previously you read that according to the perfidious pakeha at the Ministry of Transport the road death toll for 2008 was 359.
According to our contact, one of a handful of “pious pakeha,” however, the actual figure was 557 kills. See: New Zealand road toll for 2008 rose by at least 13% to 557 kills.
So Who was Telling the Truth?
Our insider guy, of course! We know that because:
1. He had nothing to gain, but risked losing everything by revealing the truth.
2. His figures were confirmed by the blog’s statistical model.
Massaging the road death toll – AGAIN
Had you visited the Road death statistics page at Land Transport NZ website at http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/research/toll.html on February 26, 2009, you would have noticed that the road deaths for the year to date were 66 dead. [The figure was already heavily massaged by omitting about 7 to 11 additional road deaths, however, other than our contact’s input, which accurately corresponds to the blog’s statistical model, there were no media/external reports of the additional deaths.]
A friend who visited the LTNZ website both yesterday and today [March 6, 2009,] informed me that the published figures for the 2009 road deaths to date stood at 68, and 0 (NIL )for the month of march. [Check out the website at http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/research/toll.html ]
The debris in the photo was once a car until it hit a truck near Waipu [March 1, 2009.] Photo: Doug Sherring. Image may be subject to copyright.
HORROR 24 HOURS: Three people were killed in three separate accidents in Marlborough over 24 hours [February 27.] Top: The scene where a man was killed when his car was hit by a train. Middle: the scene of a fatal road crash. Bottom: The scene were a man was run over by a train. Photo: Marlborough Express. Caption Stuff NZ. Image may be subject to copyright.
But how could that be?
Even the censored ‘news’ media have reported 7 [now risen to 8 after a victim died in hospital] additional road deaths since February 26, 2009. Here’s a list of the fatalities as reported:
1. Fatal crash at Waipu
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10559131 [February 27, 2009]
2. Injured flown out after North Canterbury SH1 crash [We believe one of the injured has since died.] – [February 27, 2009]
3, 4 and 5. Three killed in Marlborough’s unlucky 13 hours [February 27, 2009]
6 and 7. Two dead following Northland road accident [March 2, 2009]
8. Fatal crash in western Bay of Plenty (March 4, 2009)
Witnesses sought to fatal Kaimais crash (March 5, 2009)
The Moderator and blog contributors are also aware of at least four additional road deaths since February 26, 2009 that have not been reported neither by Big Brother, nor the advertising industry [aka, the news media.]