Zombie Democracy – Apartheid Fort NZ

Welcome to World's Deadliest Tourist Destination! Toxic NZ visa priority: Spies, triads, assassins, sex traffickers, low IQ…

Posts Tagged ‘George Orwell’

Two South Africans Killed in New Zealand, Third Seriously Ill

Posted by te2ataria on September 8, 2008

Google’s internal KGB has blocked this post – Sept 13, 2008.

submitted by a reader

Not Suspicious: Two Dead, One Seriously Ill

mr-ben-walker1

Mr Ben Walker – Ruapuke Camping Ground Manager. Photo Source: Stuff NZ. Image may be subject to copyright.

Two South Africans, one of whom possibly a former mid-ranking official in the apartheid South Africa’s security apparatus, were killed by “carbon monoxide poisoning.” A third South African man was seriously injured. However, New Zealand police say there was nothing suspicious about the deaths!

“Sergeant Wallace said there was no indication that the men’s deaths were suspicious, more they died as a result of a tragic oversight.” Reports said.


How The Story Changed

Below are two reports published online by Stuff NZ on Monday.

In the first report, Camp ground manager Ben Walker (left), speaking about the size of the gust cabins, where the dead and injured were found, and the likelihood of the barbecue being used as heater whose carbon monoxide emission allegedly caused the deaths, is quoted as follows.

“However, he was baffled as to why they would use the barbecue as a heater.”

“‘I don’t know why they took it in. It’s too small to take anything like that inside [see below for cabin photo.]'”

In the second report, Mr Walker’s statement is somewhat expanded and a new clause is attributed to him, which changes a highly probable “murder” case to “accidental deaths.”

“I don’t know why they took it in. It’s too small to take anything like that inside.”

“It sucks, mate. I feel bloody terrible. If only I had seen them take the barbecue inside, things could have been different. I feel like crying, I just can’t believe it. This will always haunt me.”

DONNA PAGET/Waikato Times DEATH SCENE: The cabin in which two men died and one suffered serious carbon monoxide poisoning after taking their portable charcoal cooker inside to keep warm. Images may be subject to copyright.

DONNA PAGET/Waikato Times DEATH SCENE: The cabin in which two men died and one suffered serious carbon monoxide poisoning after taking their portable charcoal cooker inside to keep warm. Images may be subject to copyright.

“It was ‘stupidity’ to take the barbecue inside, and Mr Walker had previously stopped others from doing so.” [Emphasis added.]

The two different “pictures” depicted by the two reports are contradictory, of course.

Set One: “However, he was baffled as to why they would use the barbecue as a heater.” And “I don’t know why they took it in. It’s too small to take anything like that inside.

And

Set Two. “Mr Walker had previously stopped others from doing so.”

[If he had already stopped others from taking the large barbecue inside the tiny cabin, why was he reportedly  “baffled” in the original story?]

The altered report no longer represents the actual set of incidents. The reality is changed!

Why did the reporters attribute to Mr Walker the clause “Mr Walker had previously stopped others from doing so” and make him sound as if he contradicted himself?

A Report from Ministry of Truth (Minitrue, in Newspeak)

First report

http://www.stuff.co.nz/4685064a6004.html
Gassed in their sleep
Two dead, third in hospital
By BELINDA FEEK – Waikato Times | Monday, 08 September 2008

DEATH SCENE: The cabin in which two men died and one suffered serious carbon monoxide poisoning after taking their portable charcoal cooker inside to keep warm.

Hamilton man Jason Basson remained seriously ill in an Auckland hospital this morning after a carbon monoxide poisoning at a motor camp near Raglan that left his friend and brother-in-law dead.

Mr Basson, 32, is the sole survivor from the accident at the Ruapuke motor camp, which claimed the lives of his two companions.

The men died after inhaling fumes from a charcoal barbecue they brought inside to heat the tiny cabin.

The victims’ names were not released as this edition went to press.

But Huntly policeman Sergeant Brent Wallace this morning told the Waikato Times one man was a 35-year-old store manager from Howick, Auckland.

The other victim was a 50-year-old purchaser, from Hamilton.

All three men were originally from South Africa.

Mr Basson had fallen in and out of consciousness as he dragged himself along the floor of the cabin in a desperate attempt to get help for his two mates.

He was airlifted to Waikato Hospital, before later being transferred to Devonport naval base in Auckland for hyperbaric treatment.

He was this morning recovering in North Shore Hospital’s high dependency unit, where he was likely to remain for some time, a spokeswoman said.

The three men were in a group of five from Hamilton and Auckland who had travelled to the secluded Ruapuke Camping Ground, about 20km southwest of Raglan, for a weekend of fishing and relaxation, while their wives were attending a baby shower for the injured man’s wife in Hamilton.

However, it all turned tragically wrong overnight Saturday after a charcoal-burning portable barbecue was turned on to help them keep warm.

Camp ground manager Ben Walker said the group arrived on Saturday and had hired two cabins, with a father and son sharing a neighbouring site.

About 8am yesterday, the teenage son approached Mr Walker for help after he was unable to rouse the trio, who were late for their scheduled 5am fishing trip to the popular Papanui Rock, about 2km up the road.

“He wanted to get in that cabin to get his food.”

He realised once he got to the cabin that something was wrong.

Mr Walker said he spoke with the injured man through the door. Mr Basson told him he couldn’t move and to call an ambulance.

“I said `wake the others up’, but he said they won’t wake up.”

It was then he realised the barbecue was probably inside the cabin.

Mr Walker drilled a hole through a window latch to gain access.

Once inside the two men were found dead in their beds with Mr Basson lying on the floor against the door.

“I did hear him say he had passed out and come around again. There’s a bit of wind that passes through these cabins, so maybe that little crack under the door was enough to keep him alive.”

Mr Walker said he hardly recognised the Hamilton man whose complexion was white and swollen.

He he knew the men reasonably well as they had stayed at the camping ground at various times in the past.

“They’re just happy go lucky kinda guys.”

However, he was baffled as to why they would use the barbecue as a heater.

“I don’t know why they took it in. It’s too small to take anything like that inside.”

The camp ground is a popular spot for families over the summer period who are keen to escape, he said.

Yesterday, campers on site were lying low, including a young family in a campervan, and were kept inside the cordon until interviewed by police.

Sergeant Wallace said there was no indication that the men’s deaths were suspicious, more they died as a result of a tragic oversight.

Copyright: The author(s) or respective news agency.

Second Report

http://www.stuff.co.nz/4684507a11.html

Gassing deaths haunt rescuer
By NATHAN BEAUMONT and BELINDA FEEK – The Dominion Post | Monday, 08 September 2008

Barbeque accident leaves two dead

The “stomach-churning” sound of a man scratching and crying for help to escape poisonous gas that killed his two mates will haunt Ben Walker for the rest of his life.

Do you know more about the Ruapuke tragedy? The Waikato Times would like to talk to you. Please email news@waikatotimes.co.nz or phone the news desk on 07 8499 666.

The two South African-born men died early yesterday after taking a charcoal barbecue inside their tiny Waikato cabin for warmth.

The cooker sucked oxygen from the air, leaving the pair dead in their beds with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. A third man was found close to death on the floor of the cabin at the secluded Ruapuke Camping Ground, about 20 kilometres southwest of Raglan.

The men were part of a group of five from Hamilton and Auckland on a “boys’ weekend” of fishing and relaxation. Their wives were at a baby shower for the injured man’s wife in Hamilton, about 50kms away.

The survivor is now in the navy’s hyperbaric unit in Auckland to restore oxygen to his bloodstream.

Though he has been called a hero for his actions, Mr Walker, who runs the motor camp, feels guilty about the incident.

“It sucks, mate. I feel bloody terrible. If only I had seen them take the barbecue inside, things could have been different. I feel like crying, I just can’t believe it. This will always haunt me.”

It was “stupidity” to take the barbecue inside, and Mr Walker had previously stopped others from doing so.

But police say he played an important role in saving the 32-year-old Hamilton man.

The alarm was raised after the trio missed an appointment to go fishing. Friends knocked on the locked door and heard the survivor saying he was hurt.

Mr Walker said his stomach churned as he heard the man scratching and crying for help, telling him to call an ambulance.

“I said `Wake the others up’, but he said `They won’t wake up’,” Mr Walker said. After failing to kick down the door, he drilled out a window latch to get access while telling the survivor to “Hang in there, bro”.

Inside, the dead men were still in their beds.

With no cellphone reception in the area, he drove 5km to get help. “I know the road like the back of my hand, but it’s all just a blur; I can’t remember a thing.”

The injured man was flown to Waikato Hospital by Westpac air ambulance in a serious condition, and then transferred to the navy’s hyperbaric unit at Devonport.

Carbon monoxide displaces oxygen in the bloodstream and deprives the heart, brain and other vital organs of oxygen.

A person who is sleeping can die without showing symptoms. Treatment involves high-level dosages of oxygen to get the gas out of the bloodstream.

Sergeant Brent Wallace, of Huntly, said there was no indication that the men’s deaths were suspicious. “The deaths are a tragic reminder of the risks of using any type of fuel burner in a confined space,” he said.

Copyright: The author(s) or respective news agency.

Posted in Murder, New Zealand, rape, Tourism, tourist, Tourist Deathtrap, Travel | Tagged: , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

Fly to NZ and Help Make the World a CO2-Rich Place!

Posted by te2ataria on July 10, 2008

submitted by a reader

Get a Life! Be a CO2 Douche – Fly to Apartheid New Zealand!

What’s all that about?

Everyone in New Zealand starting from the un-authorities to the “tarts” and “crumpets” at advertising agencies is scratching their butts trying to get more tourists into the country for fleecing.

More and more conscientious visitors from the US and Britain are opting out, however, canceling their high-carbon visits to apartheid New Zealand. Intelligent people know that flying to New Zealand is an act of eco-terrorism.

Flying to New Zealand once produces 50 percent less carbon dioxide than flying to New Zealand twice!

On a return flight from the United States to New Zealand, each visitor produces about 7.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution; a UK visitor produces about 17.64 metric tons of CO2.

[Note: Driving an average passenger car in the US over a year, traveling 12,500 miles (20,112 km) and consuming 581 gallons (2,200 liters) of gasoline, produces about 11,450 pounds (5.2 metric tons) of carbon dioxide. A couple on a return flight from the US to NZ produce as much CO2 as driving their car for about THREE years! A European/UK couple on a return flight to NZ produce more CO2 than in EIGHT years of driving.]

Unfortunately, three American tourists were last seen visiting the exact spot on Wellington’s Mount Victoria, where F**king “Frodo from Lord of the Rings stood looking troubled.”

Saatchi and Saatchi, the vampires of commercialism, with their corny slogans and downright dishonest tricks on “selling” New Zealand, are back, again, on the government payroll: “Our remoteness is our strength.” [Recall George Orwell’s famous slogan perpetuated by The Party:”War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength.” ]

No! That is false:

Your remoteness means 17.4 metric tons of CO2 pollution produced per UK visitor.

Here is another one of theirs: “This is as far away as you can get …”

Wrong again! The earth is round, you advertising morons!

Come to Unforgettable New Zealand: Where you could get killed for the first time in your life!

And another: “New Zealand, the place where almost nothing happens and isn’t that refreshing?”

That’s a big lie and a load of BS, and they know it. A hell of a lot happens in New Zealand: If you don’t get killed in New Zealand, you’ll probably end up looking like this:

z victim 11678
BASHED: This 24-year-old man suffered severe facial injuries, including two black and bleeding eyes, after a vicious assault. (Source: Stuff NZ.) Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

Or like Robbie …

Robbie O’Brien
Robbie O’Brien, 31, was attacked by a group of muggers in Westport, New Zealand.

Or hundreds of others who have been murdered, raped, mugged and viciously assaulted.

Here’s a one:

You’ll never be out of reach of a murderer, a rapist, or a psychopath in New Zealand; they’ll be in touch; they’ll always find you!

[Note: Lots of examples and proof available on this blog – search the contents!]

Numbers of Tourists Leaving New Zealand in Body Bags!

Even if you go by the doctored statistics of Land Transport New Zealand, at least 413 people died on New Zealand’s death roads in the last 12 months. Statistically, up to 50 percent of the dead may have been tourists. But this information is not made available by the NZ un-authorities. Nor are any statistics concerning the cases of serious injuries among the tourists.

According to nztourmaps.com, a New Zealand tourism promotion company, about 779 overseas visitors were killed in New Zealand between 2001 to 2006. That’s 195 visitors each year who were murdered or killed one way or another from the end of 2001 to the beginning of 2006. [Note: The figure provided may be grossly underestimated, however, it still means overseas visitors are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.] But even this information is not readily available. In fact, NZ Govt. and its agencies have repeatedly declined to provide the Moderators and their colleagues with the numbers of foreigners who lose their lives in New Zealand each year.

So, here are some more HONEST slogans about puke green New Zealand:

Adventure New Zealand: You are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.

Come to New Zealand: You are twice more likely to be killed on our roads than even in Germany.

Visit New Zealand! Experience the unique feeling of leaving the country in a body bag!

Related Links:

Posted in food, health, Murder, New Zealand, pollution, rape, Tourism, tourist, Travel, Violence | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 16 Comments »