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Ministry of Resurrection

News blackout and censorship imposed by New Zealand’s “Ministry of Truth” (Minirue in Newspeak), AKA, Ministry of Resurrection



Sources known to the Moderators have confirmed that one of the pillars of New Zealand’s ‘Ministry of Truth,’ namely New Zealand Press Association, NZPA, a Zionist-operated organization that is responsible for the censorship and control of news flow in New Zealand, has imposed the continuation of a total ban on reporting incidents of murder, road death, rape, robbery and assault on tourists (and foreign nationals) in the country.

[It’s believed that the latest ban came into effect at midnight on 31 August 2011. The severity of bans wax and wane subject to the number of fatal or serious incidents. ]

Let’s hope at least some news, the investigative journalism type reports that are sporadically published by independent local papers, can still find their way into mainstream media.

Under the circumstances, the Moderator will rely on a powerful statistical model to publish the number of the dead foreigners for 2009. The model was designed for this blog and has previously performed successfully with +/- 3 percent accuracy.

Based on the model, earlier news reports in January and February 2009, and subject to future adjustments, the Moderator can confirm that the death toll for foreign visitors in New Zealand in 2009 would be an average of 16 dead tourists per month.

The above number includes  the victims of murder, govt and corporate manslaughter, road death and all other incidents leading to a loss of life.

An Explanation of Alert Levels:

Code RED means: Total News Blackout

Code ORANGE means: Publish the news only if there were too many eyewitnesses, or one or more victim is still alive.

Code YELLOW means: Publish with caution. Remove all entries after 24-48 hours.

Codes: Green means: Total freedom of Information. This, of course, will never be allowed in New Zealand.

New Zealand News Blackout: Orwellian and Outdated

30 Responses to “Ministry of Resurrection”

  1. SeaB said

    You can’t find the truth any one place, so you have to read around and deduce from various sources. Never believe your own national media. They have an interest in keeping people stupid by feeding them circuses.

    In America, we have a media blackout about Israel’s dirty tricks. They’re our gallant litle ally in the Middle East, you know. (not)


  2. SeaB said

    Here’s another one.
    Discover your roots, evade punishment!

  3. te2ataria said

    The most disturbing news of the week must be the engagement announcement of Clintons’ daughter to the infamous convict’s son.

    Yet another “marriage” of convenience with potentially dire consequences for the American people, and most of the rest of us.

    Has she made her Aliyah already? It would be interesting to find out!

    Al Gore’s daughter married the grandson of the banker Jacob Schiff.
    And Caroline kennedy is married to Edwin Schlossberg

  4. abcdefg... said

    Love the allusion to Nineteen Eighty-Four. A great text.

    The thought of censorship is a freightening one indeed. Even more so, however, is the notion that disinformation is actively being spread by our own government in an attempt to maintain false idylls of a safe and secure NZ. If the public is at risk, they, at the very least, deserve to know. Moreover, tourists spending their hard earned cash on a holiday need to know the true nature of the ‘paradise’ they have paid to visit.

    My question to the moderator is whether or not our government is particularly misleading in its conduct, more so than any other establishment trying to maintain healty revenue margins of their most profitable markets (in NZ’s case, tourism). Are we just another greedy country trying to make a profit of other’s sufferings, or are we a particularly bad case?

    • te2ataria said

      I’m afraid its the latter: “a particularly bad case.”
      The problem is the notion of government has been turned on its head.
      Is the public is at risk?
      About a fifth of them are hungry, they wouldn’t know the difference.
      We are dedicated to informing the tourists about “the true nature of the ‘paradise’ they have paid to visit,” and can only hope they’ll break through the Internet information blocks, and read the blog before making an informed decision.

  5. PD said

    The link on Chelsea is dead but Huffpost says:
    “He’s great. He’s a great human being,” Bill Clinton said of his future son-in-law.
    Mezvinsky works at Goldman Sachs; his parents are both former members of Congress. His father pleaded guilty in 2002 to swindling dozens of investors out of $10 million after getting caught up in a Nigerian scam. Interestingly, his mother lost her seat in a conservative congressional district after one term in part because she chose to vote for President Clinton’s first budget. (end quote)

    An American Dynasty!

    Flee to New Zealand, ye political refugees. Where Corruption Perception is Very Very Low. Yiss Yiss!

  6. donotcover said

    Here’s one that belongs on the Min of Truth page:

    “Dr Alan Bollard says he had to withhold information on New Zealand’s financial stability at one point to prevent panic”.

    Transparency International’s Least Corrupt Country on Earth 2009!
    Poneke blog: “New Zealand is a nation where corruption is virtually unknown, where it is unheard of to have to bribe public officials to do the jobs they are paid to do, where the judiciary and the public service are independent of the government of the day, where genuine wrongdoing is quickly exposed (usually by law enforcement agencies but also, in the best traditions of journalism, by the media) and offenders dealt with in open court under fair and transparent laws”.

  7. Ryan Taylor said

    censorship is one of john keys dirty little tricks. this is a Very good site trying to get the truth out there.but the nz govenment and police are evil evil people they screwed me big time with a bunch of lies 3 and a half years prison no proof needed just set me up.you have to see it from inside the system to see how far the corruption go’s and it’s to the core.theres even cops selling p in my town.we need to take a stance [suggestion of violence removed by Moderatoredited ] not this bend over and take it shit.

  8. chritopha@hotmail.com said

    just changing the subject,the police have carried guns in this country for decades.Back in the 70s i had a D open his glove box and show me his PIECE,it was commen knowledge to people who had run ins with Ds {detectives} that they had guns and this is at least 30 years ago,they cant bullshit me ive seen it.

  9. BammBamm said


    This is truely very interesting! Well done on your investigative skills.
    Do you have any recent data on this topic? Please publish it.

  10. Bob Ford said

    During the mid 80’s I used to work for my old man during school holidays. He owned a telecommunication business and one of their clients was the police. Having had a good look all through their cars while installing their radios and light bars I can confirm that even then they had hand guns in the front of the cars on both sides and a lock box in the boot carrying more firearms including rifles!!

  11. JLT said

    Interesting how many Maori get shot by these ‘unarmed’ police.

    Do the guns come when they whistle, or do they appear by magic when they snap their fingers?

  12. LM said

    [What exactly are you saying? Moderator]

  13. Just Another HE said

    I agree that total freedom of information will never be allowed in New Zealand. But tell me where is? America? Excuse me while I vomit.

  14. Marama said

    Dear te2ataria

    Only Recently have i left Aotearoa…after living most of my life in the upper North Island..People would say to me “Wow! New Zealand! i hear its so beautiful and friendly there!”…and id be thinking “WHAT?!!!!”
    Im grateful to you for putting the TRUTH out there about whats REALLY going on in Aotearoa!…as sad as it all is….
    Yes ,theres no doubt theyre gonna try and Censor you…especially seeing that the “Money makers” like to sell Aotearoa NZ as some Amaaaazing, Safe and Exotic Tourist Destination….
    Keep On Keeping On- People need to be informed…im gonna make sure everyone i know here sees this site as it backs up what ive been saying for a long time.

    • te2ataria said

      Kia Ora Marama
      We’re sorry for the price you had to pay to see the light, as it were.
      Indeed Aotearoa has been turned into darkland.

      It’s a TOXIC here NOT exotic.

  15. gloria said

    hi there
    i find the entries on this page very interesting but i would love to learn more about this website, eg. maybe a description of what the page stands for, etc. it seems like this page campaigns for social justice, truth and awareness? am i correct? can you please link me your about section if possible? cheers. am enjoying reading 🙂

  16. BF said

    Include Pedophiles as well,I have heard from people that CYFS aka Child Youth and Family are protecting and hiring pedophiles

  17. annette said

    very informative post.

  18. lisa said

    Nice writing, thanks!

  19. Bridget said

    Thank you!

  20. PoliceWatch said

    Serious crash, Kaingaroa Forest
    Sunday, 8 September 2019 – 10:17am
    Bay of Plenty
    Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash on Dun Road, near Kaingaroa Village, where a single vehicle has crashed into a tree.
    Police were called about 9.25am.
    One person, the sole occupant of the vehicle, has died following the crash.

    Fatal crash, Puketapu Road, Puketapu
    Saturday, 7 September 2019 – 7:59pm
    One person has died following a motorcycle crash on Puketapu Road, Puketapu, this evening.

    Serious crash – Rangitikei Line, Newbury, Manawatu
    Saturday, 7 September 2019 – 7:38pm
    Emergency services are at the scene of a serious single-vehicle crash on Rangitikei Line, Newbury.
    Police were called to the crash around 7.10pm.
    Multiple people reportedly have a range of injuries.

    Update: Serious crash – Christchurch
    Saturday, 7 September 2019 – 12:49pm
    A pedestrian struck by a car in Christchurch this morning has died.

    One person dies following boating incident, Fiordland
    Sunday, 8 September 2019 – 11:50am
    One person has died after a boat rolled over in Fiordland yesterday.
    The boat, containing three occupants, is believed to have been swamped and rolled over at around 3pm yesterday afternoon near the river mouth at Wairaurahiri.

    Update: Serious crash – Rangitikei Line, Newbury, Manawatu
    Saturday, 7 September 2019 – 9:58pm
    Police can confirm five people were transported to Palmerston North Hospital following a single-vehicle crash on Rangitikei Line, Newbury this evening.
    Police were called to the crash around 6pm.
    Two people received serious injuries and three others moderate injuries.

  21. NZPW said

    Name release – Kinleith Forest crash
    Friday, 13 September 2019 – 1:52pm
    Bay of Plenty
    Police are now in a position to name the man who died in a crash at the intersection of Tirohanga and Tram roads, Kinleith Forest, on Wednesday 11 September.
    He was 31-year-old Ayush Karki of Owhata, Rotorua.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Fatal crash, Kopaki, Waitomo
    Friday, 13 September 2019 – 1:47pm
    One person has died following a single-vehicle crash on SH4, Kopaki, Waitomo, this afternoon.
    Police were called to the crash around 12.50pm
    The driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, has died.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Serious crash, Bell Block, New Plymouth [Hospital staff: Victim was DOA]
    Friday, 13 September 2019 – 12:18pm
    Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash at the intersection of Devon Road and Corbett Road, Bell Block, New Plymouth.
    Police were called to the crash, involving a truck and cyclist, around 11am.
    Initial reports indicate the cyclist received critical injuries.
    Update – Serious Crash, State Highway 1 – Moerewa
    Wednesday, 11 September 2019 – 3:35pm

    Police remain at the scene of a serious crash between two vehicles on State Highway 1 near Moerewa.
    Sadly, one occupant has now died at the scene.
    The Serious Crash Unit will continue with its examination of the scene.

  22. Mike @ policewatch said

    Double FATAL crash on Huntly Rd, Dunedin
    Tuesday, 17 September 2019 – 6:38pm

    Two people have died following a crash on Huntly Road in Woodside, Dunedin this evening.

    Police were called to the two-vehicle crash about 5.30pm.

    Two people died at the scene and a third person has been taken to hospital in a critical condition.

    Police seek witnesses to fatal Papakura crash
    Tuesday, 17 September 2019 – 8:33am
    Counties Manukau

    Counties Manukau Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash in Papakura last week.

    Police were notified of the single vehicle car crash on Hunua Road at around 10.35pm on Tuesday 10 September.

    A 25-year-old male died at the scene.

  23. Policewatch said

    Name release: Makorori, Gisborne
    Thursday, 19 September 2019 – 10:50am
    Police can now release the name of the man who died after getting into difficulty in the water at Makorori, north of Gisborne on 15 September.
    He was Isaac Miles Brown, aged 33. [Nationality NOT revealed.]

    Update: Maramarua Forest crash
    Thursday, 19 September 2019 – 9:33am

    A person has died following a crash on Okaeria Road, Maramarua Forest yesterday.

    The single vehicle crash occurred at 12.45pm.

    The driver, a 45-year-old man and the sole occupant of the car, died at the scene. [Name, nationality unknown.]

    Homicide investigation, Rakaia
    Thursday, 19 September 2019 – 8:42am
    Please attribute to Detective Senior Sergeant Richard Quested:

    Canterbury Police have launched a homicide investigation following the death of a 29-year-old man in Rakaia yesterday.

    Police were called to an address on Gardiners Road shortly after 9am.

    The man had sustained an injury and died at the scene.

  24. NZPW said

    Death following serious motorcycle crash at Moerewa
    Friday, 20 September 2019 – 8:42pm

    A man has died following a serious crash on State Highway 1 near Moerewa this afternoon.

    Police were notified of the crash around 3pm.

    The man was transported to Auckland Hospital following the crash, however he has sadly died.

    Two other riders were injured in the crash, which involved several motorcycles.

    One rider sustained serious injuries and the other sustained moderate injuries.
    Death following crash near Wakefield
    Friday, 20 September 2019 – 8:15am

    A man has died following a crash on State Highway 6 at Motupiko, near Wakefield, yesterday.

    The 40-year-old man was critically injured when his car collided with a tree at around 2.30am on 19 September.

    He was airlifted to Wellington Hospital, where he sadly passed away overnight.
    UPDATE: E-scooter incident, central Auckland
    Friday, 20 September 2019 – 8:05pm
    Auckland City

    Police can confirm a 23-year-old man has passed away following an incident involving an e-scooter in central Auckland on Monday 16 September.

    Our thoughts are with the man’s family at this time.

    Death following crash near Wakefield
    Friday, 20 September 2019 – 8:15am

    A man has died following a crash on State Highway 6 at Motupiko, near Wakefield, yesterday.

    The 40-year-old man was critically injured when his car collided with a tree at around 2.30am on 19 September.

    He was airlifted to Wellington Hospital, where he sadly passed away overnight.
    Name release – fatal crash, Outram, Otago
    Thursday, 19 September 2019 – 2:47pm

    Police can now name the two people who died following a crash near Outram.

    The first is Jayde Amy Cummings, 15, of Mosgiel.

    The second is 57-year-old Stephen Macnee, of Waihola.

    Many people in the community are grieving the loss of these lives and Police extends its sympathies to everyone impacted by this tragedy.

  25. Dee said

    Fatal crash on rural road in Canterbury’s Mackenzie District
    A person has been killed in a crash near the intersection by Pukaki Canal and Glen Lyon Rd in the Mackenzie District.
    The single-vehicle crash was reported at 11.55am, police have said.
    No other details were made available.

  26. Mike said

    Name Release – Lake Poaka Fatal Crash
    Tuesday, 24 September 2019 – 11:59am
    Police can now release the name of the woman who died after a single-vehicle crash near Lake Poaka on Friday 20 September.
    She was 60-year-old Gail Sandra Johnston of Oamaru.

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