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. . . or by crook: Police keeping road fatalities down by not reporting any!

Posted by te2ataria on December 1, 2018



W A R N I N G !

SEVERE Karmic Booms Striking Apartheid, Morally Repugnant NZ!
Major Disasters Looming!

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The dead on the run: Now you see them, now you don’t!

NZ government (police and Ministry of Resurrection) under-report road fatalities in the same way Puerto Rican officials (US Govt) misled the world following Hurricane Maria. Death toll from the destructive storm was reported at only 64, instead of the scientifically researched total of 2,975.

In NZ, about two-thirds of road fatalities go unreported, or unrecorded by the authorities to protect the cutthroat tourism and banking! [See blog entries under Ministry of Resurrection.]
See also: Police censorship produces NZ’s “lowest murder rate in decades”

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NZ Police Watch: No road fatality reported by police today, either!

Proudly Killed in NZ: But How Many?

At least 15 fatalities have occurred on NZ roads since Wednesday, but only five have been reported by police (five fatalities reported by police, four additional deaths confirmed by a police inside). Of those fatalities, however, only three were recorded by Ministry of Transport Resurrection.

How many actually killed on NZ roads this year so far?

  • Actual road toll for 2018 so far: 1,023 [Based on the blog’s advanced statistical models and backed by other resources – margin of error: ±3 per cent.]
  • No. of fatalities reported by police: ONLY 693  [Includes unofficial data for two regions provided by a police insider.]
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 344 as of Dec. 1, 2018 [No. unchanged since Nov. 29 despite at least seven additional road fatalities]
  • No of dead statistically resurrected by Ministry of Transport: 693 – 344 = 349

Monitor the Ministry of Resurrection’s road fatality updates and calculate the number of resurrection’s daily at https://www.transport.govt.nz

Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, we believe about 900 people were killed and more than 18,000 others injured on NZ suicide roads in 2017; however, only 380 fatalities were reported by police last year. [See blog content.]

Medical Miracle, Malicious MENDACITY, or Govt Disinformation?

Of an estimated 3,000 people who received near-fatal, critical, or serious injuries on New Zealand roads in 2017, only a handful died from their injuries, according to NZ police reports, or lack thereof.

[Check your local hospital and see how many of the critically injured are hospitalized on any given day. But will they let you check the hospital morgue?]

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NZ Housing Crisis

Always dreaming of winning the jackpot?

Auckland Lotto player wins $1m, Powerball jackpot, but the winning not enough to buy him a decent house!

“One Lotto player is $1 million richer after winning Division One in tonight’s draw.”

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Govt plans to build hundreds of homes over major active fault zone

Posted by te2ataria on July 4, 2017

Welcome to the MOST HEAVILY CENSORED blog in New Zealand [and across all other ZOMBIE regimes!] We’re GUILTY, above all, of TELLING the TRUTH and EXPOSING the GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION!


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Govt to build 330 new homes and refurbish hundreds more over Wairarapa and Wellington Faults

The 1855 Wairarapa Earthquake

A massive rupture along the Wairarapa Fault and Wharekauhau thrust, which continued onto the Alfredton Fault, was responsible for the 1855 Wairarapa mega earthquake, the most powerful to strike New Zealand in modern history.

The 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck on 23 January 1855 around 9:20pm, affecting the entire Cook Strait, as well as Wellington and Wairarapa (North Island), Nelson and Marlborough (South Island).

The quake caused a horizontal displacement of up to 18m, and an uplift of about 6m in Rimutaka Range. It also generated New Zealand’s largest local tsunami, with a maximum height of 11m.

Government Corruption:

Housing affordability is ‘in the eye of the beholder’ – Building and Housing Minister

The corrupt government has been fielding questions this afternoon on why the government and Auckland Council can not say how many affordable homes have been built in Special Housing Areas.

The Building and Housing Minister Nick [“shit-face”] Smith told Morning report today that the definition of affordability was “very much in the eye of the beholder”.

“Obviously someone has bought the 4751 new homes consented in those special housing areas.”

The corrupt, ugly specimen is right! If you’re a multimillionaire, everything is affordable.  As for the average Kiwi, the “beholder” with a fixed derisory income, he would never be able to afford  a home in this country.

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 STOP Killing Pedestrians

Fatal crash on SH1, near Rollett Road, Tokoroa [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
A truck hit and killed a pedestrian just before 1.30pm this afternoon on SH1, Tokoroa, between Rollett Road and Tamatea.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect for Commercial Reasons]

  • Tuesday, July 4: ONLY one road fatality reports allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least a dozen serious crashes reported locally.
  • Monday, July 3: ONLY four road fatality reports allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least 13 serious crashes reported locally.
  • Sunday, July 2: ONLY three road fatality reports allowed by police, today, as of posting, despite at least nine serious crashes reported locally.
      • Fatal crash in Papatoetoe, Auckland.
      • Fatal crash in Northland.
      • Fatal crash in Hutt Valley.
  • Saturday, June 17: Only EIGHT road fatality reports were allowed by police, as of posting, despite at least 22 serious crashes reported locally.
    • At least three French tourists were killed.
    • The eight fatalities listed on Saturday log include one that occurred late Friday night.

Welcome to the World’s Deadliest Tourist Destination: Truth about NZ road toll, as we know it:


Fatal Hutt Valley crash – Name release –
Police have named man killed in a crash in the Hutt Valley on Sunday 2 July, but have not disclosed his nationality. He was Sione Tuiano, 24, who lived in Lower Hutt.
Three other people involved in the crash remain in hospital, police said. However, they did not disclose the victims’ conditions.


Today’s Murders, Suspected Murders, Unexplained Deaths, Stabbings, Armed Robberies, Violent Assaults, kidnappings/ “Sexnappings”… FIVE reported incidents

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Could the average Aucklander ever afford an average house in Auckland?

Posted by te2ataria on July 6, 2016

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Don’t be stupid!

The average price of a home in Auckland: $1 million.

A professional individual on a salary of $49,000 can borrow up to $336,000 [a minimum 10% deposit of $38,000 is required.]

“You’d be looking at repayments of $1,937 per month over a 30 year loan length, based on an interest rate of 5.64% p.a.” says ANZ website.

Monthly salary after tax and deductions: $2,450
Monthly mortgage payment: $1,937
Change left in your pocket: $513  [before house insurance, utility bills, car, food…]
Loan amount: $336,000
Total interest: $361,460
Your total cost: $697,460

But $336,000 would only buy you a third of a house in Auckland.

What if he got married to another professional earning a similar salary?
On a joint annual salary of $98,000, they (ANZ) estimate you could borrow up to $661,000 [allow at least 7 years to save the required minimum 10% deposit of $74,000. Be sure to use birth control!]

“You’d be looking at repayments of $3,811 per month over a 30 year loan length, based on an interest rate of 5.64% p.a.”, says ANZ.

Monthly mortgage payment: $3,811
Loan amount: $661,000
Total interest: $711,086
Your total cost: $1,372,086

But $661,000 would only buy you two-thirds of a house in Auckland.

What if three people got involved and somehow the bank allowed a mortgage on the combined salaries?

“We estimate you could borrow up to $1,067,000. You’d be looking at repayments of $6,152 per month over a 30 year loan length, based on an interest rate of 5.64% p.a. With a minimum 10% deposit of $119,000”, ANZ said.

I can tell you dumbasses any shit I want!

Housing crisis? What housing crisis? In 2007, Mr Key said there was a severe home ownership and affordability crisis in New Zealand. Today, the government acknowledges housing affordability is a challenge but refuses to call it a crisis, despite the fact that average house price in Auckland has almost doubled,   reaching nearly $1 million. Photo credit: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly.

Homelessness in NZ amid record foreign investment

[The Stock of total foreign investment in New Zealand: Total investment in NZ$ 322,279 million according to the latest available figures posted at https://www.nzte.govt.nz/en/invest/statistics/ ]

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily road carnage on the roads would hurt the massive foreign investment in New Zealand’s $10 billion tourism industry.

The NZ TOURISTS or truth? Campaign (police censorship of road fatalities) continues…

Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 468 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016

One killed after car crash in the Waikato
One person was killed after a car crash in rural Waikato. The crash happened just after 8.30pm on Sunday, on Kakaramea Road, near Ngahinapouri, in the Waipa.

nz road toll - as doctored by police - 4jul2016

nz road toll - as doctored by police - 6july2016

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It’s time for a Government

Posted by te2ataria on June 9, 2016

Sent by a reader in ‘Murder City’

Sick and tired of slumlords denying you the most basic human rights?

[John Key and his clique] need to stop joking about homelessness and start building desperately needed homes, said the Green Party.

OCR: Households and businesses still held hostage to housing crisis

The National Government’s failure to fix the Auckland housing crisis continues to keep interest rates higher than they need to be, meaning families and businesses face higher than necessary costs of borrowing, the Green Party said today.

The Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 2.25 percent despite economic conditions that favour lowering the rate, citing risks to the economy from high house prices and a lack of housing supply.

“National’s failure to fix the Auckland housing crisis is forcing the Reserve Bank to keep interest rates higher, hurting families, exporters, and jobs,” Green Party Co-leader James Shaw said.

“If National had tackled the Auckland housing crisis instead of choosing to do as little as possible, households and small businesses could be benefitting from lower interest rates right now.

Slumlords should stop joking about homelessness

At least 177 people sleeping rough within a 3-km radius of the Sky Tower, with another 51 in temporary emergency accommodation, up from 147 people last year, according to the 2016 Auckland City Street Count.

“The Government needs to stop joking about homelessness, as the Prime Minister did in Parliament today, and get on with building more houses,” Green Party social housing spokesperson Marama Davidson said.

“Families sleeping on the floor of marae, or in their cars, would be devastated to hear the Prime Minister joking about whether they’re actually homeless or if they’re just renovating their houses.

“John Key and Paula Bennett both mislead New Zealanders about homeless people not wanting help last week yet neither are prepared to apologise for the hurt they caused. And now they’re joking about homeless families.”

“Clearly, neither John Key nor Paula Bennett have any idea what life is really like for families spat out the rough end of the housing crisis, who genuinely have nowhere to live.

Govt should attack housing crisis, not families in need

National’s has failed New Zealanders on housing. Budget 2016 delivered nothing to give young families a chance to buy their own home. It slashed funding for home insulation by two-thirds. It continued John Key’s cruel policy of taking a $118m a year profit out of Housing New Zealand at the same time families are living in cars because there aren’t enough state houses.

No wonder 76 per cent of Kiwis say there is a housing crisis, and this Government has failed to fix it. Just one in four adults under 40 own their own place today. House prices are rising at 30 times the rate of inflation. 16,000 houses are year are being bought by foreign speculators. Record numbers are living in cars and garages.   http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11653530

How the average Kiwis are being ‘sodomized’ by PM and his gang

The value of an average home has increased by twice the amount an average worker earns.

  • Average price of a home in Auckland: About $1.2 million
  • House prices average annual growth ($35,000 or 8% in 2015)
  • Average income:  $44,000 (growth of 3.1% in 2015)

Housing affordability in Auckland better than in 2008, says Sick Nmith

Housing affordability is no worse in Auckland than in 2008, says Housing Minister Sick Nmith. [Which is actually true because the average family couldn’t afford to buy a house in 2008 and the average family, sure as hell, can’t afford to buy a house in 2016.]

“[About] 100 per cent of the average person’s income would be required to service their mortgage,” Dr Sick said.

Last year, the typical Auckland property earned about $230 a day – that’s twice what the average worker made in their job, or the same as an entry-level doctor or head of department teacher with responsibility for 10 staff.

“… the price growth was nearly twice the pay of an entry-level nurse and $25,000 more than a constable [earns] in his fifth year as a police officer.”

High Auckland rents forcing people onto the streets – Sallies

People are paying more than 70 percent of their income just for rent.

Child who has lived in van has message for PM

Other News in Drips…

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily road carnage would hurt New Zealand’s $10 billion tourism industry…

The NZ TOURISTS or truth? (police censorship of road fatalities) campaign continues…

  • Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 398 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016
  • No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru: ONLY 153 [as of June 9]

nz road toll as doctored by police 09june2016

Search abandoned for man and child missing after car submerged on the West Coast
The driver and a 2-year-old girl went missing after their four-wheel-drive vehicle became partially submerged in the Poerua River just after 12pm on Thursday.
“Regretfully due to deteriorating weather conditions and river levels, we have needed to temporarily suspend searching which will resume once sufficient light and weather conditions permit.”

Fatal truck and car crash near Hamilton
At least one person was killed in a crash involving a truck and a ute on SH23 in Whatawhata, west of Hamilton, about 3pm on Thursday.


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