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Weekly road toll: Actual toll v. Ministry of Resurrection figure

Posted by te2ataria on September 28, 2018

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


Proudly killed or critically injured in NZ

Fatal Crash in Taranaki
Friday, 28 September 2018 – 4:21pm – Central
At least one person was violently killed in a crash involving a truck and car on Ball Road, Hurleyville in South Taranaki. “The crash is between Joll Road and Petch Road and happened at about 3.05pm.”

Truck crash – Petone
Friday, 28 September 2018 – 2:53pm  – Wellington
“Seaview roundabout, Petone, is blocked following a one-truck crash. Emergency services were called to the scene about 2.25pm following a report that a truck had rolled. Both lanes are blocked. One person is reported to have serious injuries.”

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Road Fatality Weekly Monitor:  NZ Road Toll 2018 (Actual facts and figures…)

UPDATE: NZ Road Toll Y-T-D (including fake stats as doctored and cooked by NZ police and then further massaged and manipulated by the Ministry of Resurrection)

  • Actual road toll for 2018 so far: 803 [Based on the blog’s advanced statistical model – margin of error: ±3 per cent.]
  • No. of fatalities reported by police: ONLY 514  [Includes unofficial data for a single region provided by a police insider.]
  • No. of crash victims who have actually been statistically resurrected by the Ministry of Resurrection so far this year: At least 238 [No. of the dead currently in limbo: N/K. ]
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 210 as of Thursday a.m. (July 12, 2018).
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 251 as of Aug. 31, 2018
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 260 as of Sep. 8, 2018
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 268 as of Sep. 14, 2018
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 273 as of Sep. 21, 2018
  • Official No. of crash victims: ONLY 276 as of Sep. 28, 2018 [Only three of at least 10 road fatalities reported for the week. YGTBFKM!]


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Bong Power New Zealand

Bong University Graduates?

Parents so stoned they were unaware child had been removed
“The parents of a two-year-old were so comatose after smoking synthetic cannabis in Rotorua, they were unaware the police had arrived and removed their child.”

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The Biosecurity Joke

Pooches are too tired!

‘More than 7500 travellers pass through airport biosecurity while detector dogs sleep’

“The detector dogs at Auckland International Airport do not patrol between the hours of 2am and 5am,” a report said.

Some 7,560 incoming passengers have passed through the airport’s ‘green lane’ – the line for fliers with nothing to declare – between the hours of 2am and 5am so far this year, while  detector dogs were off duty!

It’s unclear how much fruit, animal products and other biosecurity risk items are brought into the country, especially from China, during those hours.

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Killer Sharks and Air New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on February 27, 2013

What could they possibly have in common?

They each claimed a victim in New Zealand this week!

A man in his 40s was attacked and killed by a shark  14 foot long in Maori Bay today.

The victims, not yet named, was “swimming 200m offshore north from Maori Bay to Muriwai at about 1.30pm when he was attacked by a shark. His injuries were fatal.”

“Police and surf life savers went out in two IRBs and fired on the shark. It rolled over and disappeared.” Police said.

Muriwai and surrounding beaches have since been closed.

It’s believed that more than one shark may have been involved in the fatal attack.

Air New Zealand

A man died on an Air NZ flight at Auckland International Airport, according to a report.

The victim collapsed as he was boarding Air New Zealand flight NZ56 to Nadi, Fiji, about 9.05am on Monday.

The victim’s identity has not been released.

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First you murder them …

Posted by te2ataria on May 10, 2009

Then, to add insult to injury, you dig up the skeletons of their ancestors!

Maori angry as burial site dug up
Saturday May 09, 2009
By Jared Savage

The buried remains of 85 bodies have been exhumed by construction of the second runway at Auckland Airport – angering local Maori whose ancestors were unearthed.

The airport company first discovered koiwi – skeletal pre-European remains believed to be more than 600 years old – in March last year.

An archaeological report of the findings has been sent to the Historic Places Trust but members of the Makaurau Marae, in Mangere, say the desecration of waahi tapu must stop.

Marae spokesman Saul Roberts said that Auckland International Airport Ltd was shown burial sites in the proposed second runway “before a spade was put in the ground”.

The airport company was granted authority by the Historic Places Trust to go ahead with the $32 million project, so any remains accidentally dug up could be removed.

“One or two or three was okay. But 85? Our people are very upset about this,” said Mr Roberts.

The airport company notified Mr Roberts when several koiwi were found in March last year. The remains were blessed by kaumatua and reburied.

However, a further 80 skeletons have been uncovered in the past 12 months – and Mr Roberts says the Makaurau Marae was never told by the airport.

Instead, the airport was consulting nearby Pukaki Marae on behalf of local iwi, but Makaurau was not informed.

Attempts to contact a spokesman for the Pukaki Marae were unsuccessful.

In a written statement, Auckland Airport spokesman Richard Llewellyn said the company had followed appropriate consultation steps in regards to the archaeological investigation.

“We have been liaising with all the appropriate parties, and we have been guided by the wishes of local iwi, who have until now strongly indicated they regard this as a private and sensitive matter.”

However, more than 50 members of the Makaurau Marae, a hapu of Tainui, attended a joint meeting of the Manukau City Council and Auckland Regional Council to voice their outrage last week.

Kaumatua Te Warena Taua told the panel that the treatment of the tangata whenua was “shocking”.

“Just yesterday, more bones of our people were turned up. We told the airport, ‘Don’t go there, our ancestors are buried there’,” Mr Taua said on Thursday.

“Nine of our kaumatua have died in the past three months. This is a sign that things are not good.”

The two-day hearing at the Auckland Town Hall was for submissions opposing a Manukau City proposal to change the district plan.

Under the plan change, airport company land would be rezoned from rural to urban, to allow for further expansion of commercial activities.

This would mean extending the Metropolitan Urban Limit (MUL) and requires ARC as well as Manukau City approval. In a submission to the Royal Commission on Auckland Governance, the airport company referred to the MUL extension and said the lack of “greenfield” space for development was holding the city back economically.

The Makaurau Marae opposes the proposed district plan changes.

“For us, this plan change cannot go ahead. They’ve dug up 85 here. If the plan change goes ahead, they’ll dig up another 1000 or so,” Mr Roberts told the Weekend Herald.

Acting on behalf of the marae, barrister Rob Enright told the hearing panel that the matters raised by tangata whenua were of national importance and outweighed the commercial demands of the airport.

Any decision made by the joint ARC-Manukau City Council panel is likely to be appealed to the Environment Court.

The koiwi remains are being kept in a freight container on-site and an archaeological report, commissioned by the airport company, has been sent to the Historic Places Trust.

Bev Parslow, of the trust, said the land was an extensive heritage area. She said that Makaurau Marae was listed on documentation as the Maori authority to deal with.

The first stage of the $32 million project is due to be complete by early 2011, in time for New Zealand to host the Rugby World Cup.

Copyright 2009, APN Holdings NZ Limited

No more “F*ck `em, they are just dead Maori” routine! Stop digging out Maori dead!

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