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Child sexual abuse epidemic in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on April 10, 2017

Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

  • ONLY one vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police today, as of posting, despite several serious crashes that have been reported locally.

-oo-8-oo-

Nine-year-old Auckland girl offered $100 to go with stranger

The frigging police called the criminal incident “suspicious approach”.

Just how many New Zealanders are in foreign jails?

At least “1,500 New Zealanders were currently imprisoned [in Australian jails,”] said  Australian Lawyers Alliance national president Greg Barns [as of 29 September 2015.]

Additionally, “184 New Zealanders [were] being detained,” awaiting deportation as of the above date.

However, “officials could eventually round up many of the 5,000 New Zealanders who have served more than 12 months in Australian jails.”

No plans to bring Kiwis home from harsh foreign jails
“Lawyer Craig Tuck, who has clients in multiple jurisdictions including Indonesia and China, has been lobbying the Government to follow the international lead.

“He estimates there are 800 New Zealanders in foreign jails, of whom 700 are in Australia.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/79544690/No-plans-to-bring-Kiwis-home-from-harsh-foreign-jails

[ONLY???] 136 Kiwis locked up in offshore prisons
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade knows of 136 New Zealand citizens detained in overseas prisons, as of March 2017.”

“Documents show the Government is providing consular assistance to 136 New Zealanders, including Brailsford, detained across 32 countries including Colombia, Iraq, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Qatar, Peru, Taiwan, Poland and Turkey. There are 50 detainees in Australia alone.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/91204919/dozens-of-kiwis-jail-birds-in-foreign-prisons

There’s no better place to get killed…  eight out of ten people killed in New Zealand would probably agree!

Killed in the air and on the ‘landing grounds’

One killed in microlight crash

The pilot of the single-seater microlight was killed after crashing their microlight in Te Mapara, Waikato near State Highway 3 in Te Mapar on Sunday afternoon, police has said.

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

One dead, another critically injured after being trapped by a truck near Queenstown
“A person has died and another is critically injured after being hit by a truck at an exclusive Queenstown subdivision. The incident [occurred] at the gated community of Closeburn Station, about 15kim from the city centre, at about 3.50pm,” said a report.

Nelson is Sinking [also confirmed by a private report received by the blog.]
“A GNS scientist says monitoring of land movement since 2004 shows the Nelson region has been sinking fractionally each year, but the Kaikōura earthquake lowered it instantly by a further 20 millimetres.” http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/328463/gns-monitoring-shows-nelson-is-sinking

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New Zealand remains a depraved slavery nation

Posted by te2ataria on July 2, 2016

New Zealand remains a destination country for forced labor, sex trafficking and child sex

[The US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2016]

New Zealand is a destination country for foreign men and women subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking and a source country for children subjected to sex trafficking within the country, according to The US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2016.

“Foreign men and women from China, India, the Philippines, countries in the Pacific and Latin America, South Africa, and the United Kingdom are vulnerable to forced labor in New Zealand’s agricultural, construction, and hospitality sectors, or as domestic workers. Some foreign workers are charged excessive recruitment fees, experience unjustified salary deductions, non- or underpayment of wages, excessively long working hours, restrictions on their movement, passport retention, and contract alteration. Some migrant workers are forced to work in job conditions different from those promised during recruitment but do not file complaints due to fear of losing their temporary visas.”

Foreign women from Asia are at risk of coercive or forced prostitution. Some international students and temporary visa holders are vulnerable to forced labor or prostitution.

“A small number of Pacific Island and New Zealand (often of Maori descent) girls and boys are at risk of sex trafficking in street prostitution. Some children are recruited by other girls or compelled by family members into prostitution.”

“The Government of New Zealand fully meets the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking.”

[Clearly, “the minimum standards” have made not one iota of difference. —Moderator]

“The government increased prosecutions of traffickers, but the punishments imposed were insufficient given the seriousness of the crimes.”

  • [Quote] The government, however, did not consistently identify trafficking victims in vulnerable sectors and continued to treat possible forced labor cases as labor violation.
  • The government did not operate any shelters specifically for trafficking victims.
  • There were no reports of victims being detained, fined, or jailed for unlawful acts committed as trafficking victims; however, some may have been as a result of inadequate government efforts to identify victim.
  • The government reported providing legal alternatives to the removal of foreign victims of crime to countries where they may face hardship or retribution, but no trafficking victims received this benefit in 2015.
  • [NZ Government] did not report training prosecutors or judiciary officials. The government did not report any investigations, prosecutions, or convictions of government officials complicit in human trafficking offenses. [End Quote]

Paying Lip Service

“In 2015, the government completed its first trafficking prosecution under the crime act, involving 18 victims from India and two defendants. While this case marked the first time the  government used the provision to prosecute suspected traffickers, no evidence of forced labor was found. The defendants were found guilty of immigration fraud and sentenced to 25 months’ imprisonment and 10 months’ home detention, respectively. The government reported convicting one sex trafficker in a case involving two victims brought into the country under false employment agreements. The court found the defendant guilty of providing false immigration information and inciting employees to breach visa conditions and sentenced her to 27 months’ imprisonment. In two separate cases involving six and four Indian victims of forced labor in restaurants, three defendants were sentenced to home detention and reparation payments to victims; these penalties were not sufficient…”

“The government did not make efforts to reduce the demand for commercial sex acts. The government provided anti-trafficking training to its diplomatic personnel. The government continued to cooperate with foreign governments to identify child sex tourists in New Zealand and to prioritize the prevention of child sex tourism abroad by its residents, although these efforts did not result in any investigations or prosecutions [despite the millions of visitors who arrived in New Zealand in 2015, and millions more who traveled abroad for child sex tourism.]”

 

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New Zealand a source of underage girls for the sex trade

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2012

New Zealand is a source of underage girls for the sex trade and a destination for foreign workers subjected to forced labour: The U.S. State Department

The report calls the sex trafficking in New Zealand and the country’s use of forced labour as 21st century slavery.

“A small number of girls and boys, often of Maori or Pacific Island descent, are trafficked domestically to engage in street prostitution while some are victims of gang-controlled trafficking rings.”

New Zealand does not have effective anti-trafficking laws and does not criminalise all forms of forced labour, the State Department report says.

Women from China and South East Asia “may be recruited from their home countries by labor agents for the purpose of prostitution and may be at risk of coercive practices,” says the report.

“Although slavery is prohibited, its definition only covers situations of debt bondage and serfdom; thus, this prohibition does not cover forced labor obtained by means other than debt, law, custom, or agreement that prohibits a person from leaving employment.”


MISSING: The US State Department report on trafficking featured a comparison between 19th Century US slavery and a 2007 ad for a sailor who quit a fishing boat in NZ.  Sourced from Stuff NZ.

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When it comes to child sex, racism and “flag-wrapped” nationalism

Posted by te2ataria on April 19, 2010

When it comes to child sex, racism and “flag-wrapped” nationalism, kiwis, Aussies and a few others become indistinguishable. For a backgrounder see Comment

Child sex tourism study ‘blames Aussies’

STEVE LILLEBUEN

September 13, 2009

With a middle-class background and an internet connection, the Australian man is keen to explore travel deals advertised across the web.

He is the co-worker, relative and mate who awaits cheap flights to Southeast Asia that the economic downturn has made all the more plentiful.

But he is drawn to such tropical places not for the beaches, cheap drinks and a brief escape from the rat race.

He is the customer in a growing global issue that sees over 1.8 million children as young as eight years old being sold for sex – sometimes up to ten times a day – until they’re considered “worthless” before they reach their 30th birthday.

And new studies reveal this man has more mates than ever who think and act just like him.

Australians make up the largest portion of foreign sex offenders against children in Thailand, according to research at John Hopkins University in Baltimore that studied patterns of arrests and prosecutions between 1995 and 2006.

His money is fuelling a $US31.6 billion ($A36.5 billion) industry in trafficking in what a recent report by a global network of groups against child sex slavery concludes is a “massive human rights violation that is currently going largely unnoticed around the world”.

Bernadette McMenamin, CEO of Child Wise Australia, says child sex trafficking remains a hidden problem that most Australians have become complacent about – even though a main root of the global crime is the Australian offender.

“People tell us, ‘It happens overseas. Isn’t that an issue we talked about years ago?’ But what we’ve found is that … the supply and demand factors fuelling child sex slavery have actually grown,” she told AAP.

“The number of children entering the trade has grown. Efforts to combat this problem have not succeeded despite pouring money into overseas governments.”

A new global campaign called “Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People,” will be launched on Monday to help reverse the trend and bring the issue back into the homes of the average Australian.

Being run across 45 countries, the campaign aims to raise awareness, conduct a survey on people’s attitudes and lobby national governments.

In February, Child Wise will step up the campaign by backing stalled amendments to child sex tourism laws in the federal parliament.

Rather than seeing authorities wait for child sex to occur before acting, the amendments seek out preparatory offences: stopping sex offenders from travelling overseas, buying flights and possessing child pornography.

“We’ve waited long enough,” Ms McMenamin says of the proposed changes. “We’re simply not keeping up with travelling sex offenders.”

Only small changes are required to save Asian girls from being sold into a life of slavery, she says.

The Body Shop has already joined the Child Wise campaign by selling a hand cream that directs profits to Cambodian outreach programs.

Such programs can provide support for girls and keep them in school with books, pens and bicycles.

It may not seem like a lot but the average child sex slave is sold for only a few hundred dollars by a family or boyfriend in poverty desperate for cash, she says.

In Cambodia children are brought in from Vietnam or taken from village to village, then off to Thailand.

All these victims suffer lifelong mental and physical damage. Some contract HIV/AIDS while most find it hard to reintegrate into society after a decade of such slavery.

Ms McMenamin says most Australians view the price of petrol as a greater concern than the welfare of foreign children.

“We have increased awareness and there have been some arrests but overall we’re not putting a dent in the problem,” she says.

“We need people to try and think beyond what’s going on in their lives.” © 2010 AAP

http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/child-sex-tourism-study-blames-aussies-20090914-fme1.html

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A New Depth in Depravity for New Zealand

Posted by feww on June 5, 2008

Finger pointed at NZ in sex trade report

By MICHAEL FIELD – Fairfax Media | Thursday, 05 June 2008

A graphic US Government report on modern slavery has accused New Zealand of being a “destination country” for the trafficking of women for sex from Malaysia, Hong Kong and China [for some reason Vietnamese women are not mentioned in the report.]
[…]
It says some Asian and Pacific Islanders who migrate willingly to work in the agricultural sector and women from the Philippines who migrate to work as nurses “are charged excessive recruiting fees by manpower agencies, and experience unjustified salary deductions and occasional contract fraud, actions that make them vulnerable to involuntary servitude or debt bondage”.

Why was the Wenchuan girl photographed below separated from her parents? Where is she now?


[Why is this girl being taken away?] “A girl waves goodbye to her parents as she is airlifted out of the earthquake-hit city of Wenchuan, Sichuan province May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)” (Image may be subject to copyright. See New Zeelend Fair Use Notice!)

[The report called for] a formal procedure to identify victims of trafficking among vulnerable groups such as foreign women arrested for prostitution or migrant labourers and continue efforts to investigate and prosecute citizens engaged in child sex tourism.

It said the United States opposed legalised prostitution and the report noted that since this came about in 2004, there had been 94 prosecutions for crimes involving commercial sexual exploitation of minors.
[…]
On Fiji – a major destination for New Zealand tourists – the US State Department says children from China are trafficked for the purposes of sexual exploitation. People from India are trafficked for forced labour and commercial sex.

“In addition, Fiji boys and girls are victims of commercial sexual exploitation by Fiji citizens, foreign tourists, and sailors on foreign fishing vessels. (Source) © Fairfax New Zealand Limited 2007.

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