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What headlines REALLY mean in failed NZ

Posted by te2ataria on March 24, 2018

Foreword: Seriously ill? Suffering from cholesterol increase, uric acid increase, thyroid disease, testicular and kidney cancer, pregnancy induced hypertension, diabetes [and associated eye diseases,] birth weight decrease, or even worse? You may have been poisoned by NZ Defence Force. [See bottom of page!]

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‘Buttline’ news from a failed country

War on drugs has failed – Helen Clark
The fact is drug trade is too lucrative for too many powerful people and our senior politicians, myself included, to wage a real war on!
[What are the chance of auditing Helen Clark’s tax returns for the past 37 years?]

Hospital rot: Health Minister demands answers
Four big Middlemore Hospital buildings that serve thousands of South Auckland people are full of rot and dangerous mould that could make staff and patients sick.”
“Documents released to RNZ show the DHB first knew about the leaky Scott Building in 2012, and serious failures in the Kidz First hospital, the McIndoe buildings, and at the Manukau Superclinic were confirmed over the next two years.”
How dare you leak  sensitive news like this??

Nigel Murray’s spending ‘an affront’ to New Zealanders
If shoving the Bitch on Heat in Beehive down our throats wasn’t ‘an affront’…

‘I wish I never met Nigel Murray’ – former DHB chair
Every mother-fucking senior official in the failed country is corrupt!  In reality, I know it makes absolutely no difference to the average zombie. It’s been like this for a long time!

Obama-generated publicity for NZ: ‘A real coup’
Former United States president Barack Obama’s visit to Northland has given the region publicity that money just can’t buy, a tourism leader says.
Bullshit! His stench would be difficult to remove.

What price can you put on Obama’s NZ visit?
Barack Obama’s three-day visit to New Zealand was touted as a chance to showcase this country on the world stage, but has anyone outside of NZ noticed he’s here?
Golden showers available at exclusive NZ clubs, where “Chancey” stayed. Non-members welcome! Minimum charges apply!

Former US President Barack Obama’s third and final day in New Zealand
Good riddance you ugly c*nt!

Jones’ Air NZ comments ‘a step too far’ – PM

What did Barack Obama and Air NZ guests eat
Try, what’s brown, steaming and manna to flies!

Dam might fail at any time, warns Civil Defence
If only the frigging government followed suit!

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One more Canadian tourist killed, another fighting for his life

Posted by te2ataria on February 17, 2017

NO road fatality report allowed on Thursday!

Canadian tourist killed in Milford crash near the Homer Tunnel

The man killed on Monday 13 February in a vehicle crash in Milford, near the Homer Tunnel was a Canadian national named Thomas Robert Sandell, police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-milford-crash-near-homer-tunnel


Canadian tourist cyclist fights for life after Dunedin crash

“A Canadian cruise ship passenger and ‘self-made man” was in Dunedin for the day when he was knocked from his bicycle by a camper van in front of his shocked wife and began a battle for his life.”

The victim received serious head injuries on Saturday, and remains in a serious but stable condition in Dunedin Hospital’s intensive care unit, as of Tuesday, February 2017.

Other News in Drips…

Body found in Woodhill Forest, Muriwai, Waitemata
Police say a body was found by a member of the public in the Woodhill Forest, Muriwai last night (Wednesday 15 February).   http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-found-woodhill-forest-muriwai

Please cancel Helen Clark’s candidacy for the top job at Global Fund

Ms. Clark has sticky fingers and should not be left in charge of large sums of money.

Helen Clark, our former primate minister, is a candidate for director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, NY Times reported.

“The finalists, selected from a preliminary list of nine, are: Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, a former health minister of Nigeria; Subhanu Saxena, a drug executive who in August stepped down as chief executive of Cipla, a major Indian pharmaceutical company; and Helen Clark, a former prime minister of New Zealand…”  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/15/health/global-fund-aids-tuberculosis-malaria-director.html

Police: Phenomenal Incompetence/Institutional Corruption

Police shooters to have compulsory blood tests

[They should bloody well have a DNA test for defective mental faculty!]
Police have introduced mandatory blood testing for any cop who fires a gun but the Police Association says it’s “invasive” and urine testing should be used instead.  http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/324635/police-shooters-to-have-compulsory-blood-tests


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Far too many people go missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on January 27, 2017

Road Fatalities: News Blackout is in effect today!

Many hundreds of people are [permanently] missing in New Zealand

Among those who went missing without a trace recently…

Where is Lydia Grace Solvander?

Lydia Grace Solvander

Christchurch Police are seeking 25-year-old old Lydia Grace Solvander and are seriously concerned for her wellbeing. Solvander has been missing for more than a week and was last seen in the Hillmorton area on Tuesday 17 January 2017.

Waikato Police seek missing 21-year-old Hazael Mailata

A 21-year-old Hamilton man is missing after a friend lost sight of him in the Waikato River early this morning. Hazael Mailata and his friend were on the bank of Waikato River when Mr Mailata went for a swim shortly before 3.00am this morning, Wednesday 25 January 2017. He was last seen in the darkness in the river and there has been no contact with family or friends since.

Otaki Fatal boating incident

Police can now release the names of the two men who went missing while using an inflatable boat at Otaki Beach on Monday 23rd of January 2017.

The man whose body was recovered on Monday was 52-year-old Wayne Anthony De Bruyn of Otaki.

The man missing and presumed drowned, is 35-year-old Jared Anthony Anderson of New Plymouth.

Mother of four Shelly Crooks, 36, missing since December 22

Ms Crooks was last seen in the Punakaiki area on 22 December 2016. She was walking the local tracks and may have then hitchhiked north. Shelly is 180 cm (6ft) tall and of medium/solid build.

Shelly Crooks,36, missing since December 22


Brighton Beach search continued to NO avail

“A person described as of short-medium height, wearing black or dark-coloured clothing, was seen walking in to the water at approximately 10:20am, Friday 20 January 2017.”

Police said they had not received a report of a missing person which may relate to the incident[and which may indicate the person missing was a foreign visitor.]

Quentin Barrett is missing – have you seen him?

Quentin Barrett, 19, Missing in the Manawatu

Quentin Barrett, 19, is missing from Terrace End, Palmerston North since 19 January.

What happened to Pat Wearn?

Pat Wearn, 73, missing without a trace.

Massive searches in the Torbay, Long Bay and Browns Bay areas for 73 year-old Pat Wearn proved futile. Ms Wearn left her home address in Torbay at 12:30 Monday January 16, to go for a walk, but did not return.

What happened to this Korean woman?


Yoon Sook Chun, 47, is one of more than 500 foreigners missing in New Zealand.

Mrs Chun was last seen on May 18, 2009, shortly before she left her Christchurch home. Mrs Chun “held both a New Zealand and South Korean passport.  Neither passport have been used to travel out of the country since her disappearance.”

Search blog contents for details of many others who have gone missing without a trace in New Zealand.

Other News in Drips…

Good Riddance: Helen Clark resigns from UNDP

Former New Zealand Prime Minister [the orthodontically-challenged] Helen Clark has finally resigned from her post at the UN. Clark heads the UN Development Programme till April 19.

With her leaving, who would now pay for the fake New Zealand reports aimed at fraudulently boosting tourism and investment?

Woeful incompetence: Police open their legs and allow two people to…

A 41 year-old male and a 25 year-old female stole a patrol vehicle during a vehicle stop this evening.

“At approximately 6:25pm police stopped a vehicle on Wilson Road, Netherton. While the officer was conducting a breath test on the female driver, two passengers, a male and a female, got out of the car and drove off in the officer’s patrol vehicle.”

The vehicle was subsequently located in Meremere. It had been set alight, causing extensive damage. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/two-arrested-after-patrol-vehicle-stolen


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Divorced from reality: New Zealand ranks 1st in the world

Posted by te2ataria on June 27, 2016

Sent by Alice in Zeanderland

Which of the two headlines should you believe?

  1. New Zealand ranks 4th in prosperity fiction

  2. New Zealand ranks 4th in prosperity index

[Hint: one of them has no place in reality. Moderator]

“New Zealand ranks fourth in the world for prosperity, and number one outside of Europe, according to a London-based [stink] tank.

[Despite the abject poverty, our country was  outclassed only by Norway, Switzerland and Denmark.]

“The think tank looks at 89 variables to come up with the list. They include gross domestic product and the number of people in full-time work, as well as more interesting figures like the number of secure internet servers a country has and how well rested people feel on a daily basis.” http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/81474699/New-Zealand-ranks-4th-in-prosperity-index

[However, the “stink tank” ignored the 300,000 or so Kiwi kids who live in poverty, the homeless, the helpless…  A good journalist would investigate the link between the stink tank and the UN grants paid out by Helen Clark’s department.]

“Based on the available data of 142 countries, Legatum’s index [sounds like a viral infection of the Gastrointestinal tract] ranked the 16 top-performing nations”: New Zealand ranked 4th, beating Sweden to 5th place, Canada was 6th, Australia 7th, followed by the Netherlands, Finland, Ireland, with The united States in 11th place, Germany at 14th and the United Kingdom settled for 15th place [Was that before Brexit?], followed by Austria, which was the last on the list.

Reality Check

Former journalist Caitlin McGee, who spent years living in the Middle East and reported from South Sudan, Sierra Leone and Indonesia, recently returned home to New Zealand, only to be dismayed with what she’s found…

To not be able to swim in our rivers because they are so dirty would’ve been unthinkable to me 10 years ago. In March, the Waikato River Authority said it could take up to 100 years for the Waikato and Waipa rivers to be restored to clean and healthy levels. I’ve seen first-hand waterways that run off the Waikato River blanketed in a creeping toxic algae, festering like a black drain, lifeless. Meanwhile, what remains of our pristine water is being sold by the likes of the Ashburton District Council, to be extracted, bottled up and sent overseas.

Above ground, New Zealand’s reported rate of intimate partner violence is the highest in the developed world. Our incarceration rate is also one of the highest in the developed world and more than half of the men behind bars are Māori. According to Corrections Minister Judith Collins, our prison population topped 9,000 for the first time last year: “Since 2014, the prison population has increased… leading to record highs throughout 2015 and early 2016.” In part, she said the booming prison population was due to locking up family violence offenders for longer.

According to Infometrics analysis the health system has been under-funded by $1.7 billion since 2010, leaving it unable to keep up with inflation and population growth. Meanwhile District Health Boards are being squeezed, exemplified by a recent report into the Waikato DHB’s Mental Health and Addiction services that argues for the need to “secure adequate resources and meet staffing gaps” immediately.

Then there’s housing and homelessness. New Zealand has one of the fastest growing rates of income inequality in the OECD and it’s on show in our biggest city. In Auckland, families with at least one working parent are living in vans and cars, with marae and charitable trusts stepping in to fill the breach left by social services. How galling it must be for those parents trying to find a warm place for their children to sleep to then see the Prime Minister’s son in all his privileged glory, posing with a Lambourghini and helicopter in his music video.  […]

I have lived a privileged life. As a woman, I have had basic rights to education, employment. I choose who I love and I grew up in a financially stable household. The majority of the world’s women do not have these luxuries. I know I am lucky. I may have not lived through injustice and hardship but I know what it looks like. And I am seeing more and more of it in the last place I expected: home.

New Zealand Prosperity Dividends 

Ram-raids force dairy owners to sleep on floor of east Auckland shop

“A family is sleeping on the floor of their Auckland dairy out of fear that ram-raiders will return to their shop.”

Raiders drove a car into the front of Glendowie Bay Superette, owned by a Chinese family,  in the early hours of June 8, police said.

“Since then Wenyi Cao, her husband John Sands and their 17-year-old son have been sleeping in their store because they are worried their emergency plywood door won’t keep thieves away.”

“It’s a situation all too familiar for Cao. In 2014, the family slept in the diary for two months while they waited to replace their roller door which a burglar had cut open with an electric bolt cutter.”  http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/81426407/ramraids-force-dairy-owners-to-sleep-on-floor-of-east-auckland-shop

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Housing Minister ‘social cleansing’ Auckland

Posted by te2ataria on May 25, 2016

 Another American woman killed in a car crash

Foreword: There’s no crisis in New Zealand, social, housing, or otherwise, that money couldn’t solve, at least temporarily.

Homeless could be offered up to $5000 to leave Auckland: Paula Bennett

Up to 250 homeless families could be offered as much (!) as  $5,000 to leave Auckland, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett has confirmed.

“I would say to those that are homeless that there is a chance that they could get a house in days if they were willing to look outside of Auckland.” [Out of sight, out of mind…]

The relocation policy was “one that I had thought of [all by myself] in the last week”, she said. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11644665

Other News in Drips…

Helen [Crooked] Clark denies the truth in Foreign Policy article

[Do you believe Helen Clark, Tony Blair, or Donald Trump!?] The former New Zealand Prime Minister [the most heinous] Helen Clark has denied allegations in Foreign Policy article that she retaliated against a critical investigation of the [Clark-and-the-likes-infested] United Nations by driving one of the investigators out of their job are “totally fabricated”.

She has also dismissed other revelations in a Foreign Policy article published Tuesday as being  made up. [Everyone is lying, except for the Crooked Clark, of course.]

Clark’s seven-year tenure in charge of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) had “left a trail of embittered peers and subordinates”, Foreign Policy said. Her UN colleagues had accused of her of “ruthlessly ending the careers of underlings in her quest to advance her candidacy and of undercutting the UN’s promotion of human rights”.

The most serious allegation was that Clark’s senior staff had forced out American-Swedish UN official Lena Sinha after she had participated in an investigation which was critical of the UNDP’s response to mass atrocities in Sri Lanka.

The investigation, called the Petrie Report, criticised senior members of Clark’s agency, saying that they had downplayed the Sri Lankan Government’s role in killing thousands of Tamils.

After the report was completed, Lena Sinha, who had held a position at the UNDP for 15 years, was told she would “never work for the UNDP again”, according to Foreign Policy. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11644241

U.N. Secretary-General Front-Runner Faces Internal Uproar

More than four years ago, Sinha was appointed to serve as chief of staff on a high-profile panel producing a report on the mass atrocities in Sri Lanka. The Petrie report — named after the lead author, Charles Petrie, a former U.N. official and occasional advisor to the U.N. chief — provided a damning account of the U.N.’s “systemic failure” to advocate for the protection of hundreds of thousands of Tamils caught in the line of fire in the final months of the country’s brutal civil war in 2009. It criticized senior officials in New York, as well as UNDP’s leadership team in Colombo, charging they routinely downplayed the extent of the Sri Lankan government’s complicity in killing the vast majority of the more than 70,000 civilians who died in indiscriminate shelling. The U.N. team in Sri Lanka “did not perceive the prevention of killing of civilians as their responsibility — and agency and department heads at UNHQ were not instructing them otherwise,” according to the Petrie report.

Body found in van [neither suspicious, nor unexplained by Auckland standards]

A body has been found in a van in south Auckland at 7.40am this morning.

Police are said to be “inquiring into whether the death is suspicious” and whether it will be referred to the coroner. [NOTE: The writer, Catherine Gaffaney, who is a general reporter based in Auckland, is clearly implying there would be instances where the deaths would NOT be referred to the coroner!]

[Incompetent] Police slammed over search for missing man Nicky Stevens

Family of a Hamilton man whose body was pulled from the Waikato River three days after he disappeared from a mental health facility say a “black comedy of errors” were made by police handling of his disappearance. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/80355621/Police-slammed-over-search-for-missing-man-Nicky-Stevens

One killed in Whakatane crash

One person was killed in a crash between a car and a van on Thornton Rd near Whakatane this morning and five, possibly six others were taken to Whakatane Hospital. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/80360813/One-dead-in-crash-near-Whakatane-others-injured

American volunteer dies after crash in Napier

A 24-year-old American woman who died after a Hawke’s Bay road crash yesterday was a volunteer worker at Hohepa school for children with intellectual disabilities south of Napier.

She received critical injuries in the two-car crash on Tuesday morning and died in Hawke’s Bay Hospital later.

The victim, who had only recently begun a 12-month volunteer stint at the organisation, has been  described as “a ray of sunshine” by Hohepa general manager.

One of the cars involved in a crash on Prebensen Drive. Photo: MEGAN HUNT/FAIRFAX NZ


About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year [Blog estimate]

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth hurts New Zealand tourism. The average tourist would not visit this country, if they knew true extent of the daily carnage on our deadly roads. Therefore:

To protect the tourism industry, about two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by our political police, or unrecorded by Minitru [“Ministry of Transport”.]

About 2.7 million licensed but not necessary qualified drivers, half million or so unlicensed/unqualified drivers and more than one million tourists (per year) drive on New Zealand death roads.

A large number of the above drive a vehicle under the influence (illicit drugs, banned substances, prescription medication…), while intoxicated, fatigued or mentally unfit, resulting in inordinate numbers of fatalities and injuries. [Other factors for the carnage include deadly roads, road unworthy vehicles…]

Between 2001 and 2014, New Zealand’s vehicle fleet reportedly increased by 32 per cent, while the population grew by 16 per cent and foreign travel was up by 15 per cent.  And over the last 10 years the number of international visitors has increased by about 30 per cent.

Today is DAY 160 of the latest NZ TOURISTS or truth? (police censorship of road fatalities) campaign

  • Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 368 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016

How do they do it?

Police manipulate the road toll by censoring reports of fatal crashes, while the Ministry of Transport simply delete the unwanted road fatalities, even from their published records.

nz road toll - doctored by police - 25may2016

Two days ago…

nz road toll - doctored by police - 23may2016

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Please, don’t make us puke, Mr Establishment

Posted by te2ataria on May 13, 2016

sent by a reader in Sewage City

Who is asking answering these questions?

Who do New Zealanders admire the most?

Could it be the same people who lied: “NZ is the happiest, safest, most civilized… country in the world”,  again?

Let me guess, does it involve the former PM, Mrs Dracula, and the teenage Korean golf player?

And, why are Aussies being accused of picking a child-molester to be their most admired man!

Thankfully, by the time you read about the Americans, you are well prepared for the shock: Michelle and [Brownnosing] Barack [Obsequious] Obama took the top spots in the USA. Is that even consistent with some of the other polls that are only partially rigged?

What about the UK? “Stephen [Why?] Hawking and the Queen came out on top in the UK.”

As for the world’s most favorite critters, some 7.5 billion people [just kidding] chose Bill [I-want-it-all] Gates as their most admired man, and Angelina Jolie the most admired woman in the world since 2015.

Pope Francis was booted out of the world’s top 10 because of his views on immigration and carpet-bombing, while the U.S. Messiah, Donald Trump, and Mark [I-don’t-have-to-work-for-my-money] Zuckerberg jumped into the top 20 for the first time.

[When your “survey respondents” are the hundreds of  “social sycophants”, with strong links to the “deception state”, and employed by Internet-rent-a-crowd companies like “Comments Anonymous, Inc.”, or “We Troll Inc.”, based in the Big Rotten Apple, this is exactly what you should expect!]

Are you one of the hundred or so people paid to vote at YouGov?

News in Drips…

No accurate record of homelessness in NZ

Would it surprise you if you were told no one in New Zealand knows the accurate number of those sleeping rough?
[No, of course it wouldn’t! Besides, they manipulate everything else!]

Police investigating who dug holes found in park above Wellington’s Terrace Tunnel

Who dug the holes and what they were looking for are questions at the heart of the police investigation.

Threatened Christchurch HNZ and MSD offices reopen after lockdown

Armed police were guarding the Housing New Zealand (HNZ) office in Restell St, Papanui, after a threat was made at 12.37pm on Friday.

Police Brutality – Police Power Over the Rule of Law and Justice

Punching police officer escapes conviction

Timaru constable Marcus John Dominey, 38, a Canterbury police officer who repeatedly punched a handcuffed youth in the back of a patrol car has today escaped a conviction.

The worthless officer was allegedly spat at, taunted, and “clearly provoked” before the assault happened in June 2014, a court was told.

Judge Raoul [corruption-is-good-for-justice] Neave said the officer should be “praised to the skies” for his actions, calling him a “hero”.

The same frigging judge fined North Canterbury farmer Mark Feary $20,000 for threatening to buttkick the corrupt PM, other rotten govt officials in 2010.

Deadly Police Chase

You were never safe on the roads, and now police pursuits could kill your granny while she is sleep at home, too!

Woman dies of heart attack after car chased by police crashes into her house

The victim, Maureen Houghton, 72, and her husband of 51 years, Gary, were asleep at 12.15am when they awoke to a shudder.

A Hamilton teen in a hot police pursuit lost control of a stolen car and crashed into Houghton’s Hamilton home. [Were the idiots also trying to recover the stolen car intact?]

The 72-year-old grandmother of five suffered a heart attack, most probably triggered by the crash, and died several hours later.

[Our condolences go to family of the deceased. Please, don’t let the police off the hook easily!]


Road Fatalities/ Serious Injuries  [Limited by Police Censorship!]

Fatal Crash in Dome Valley

At least one person was killed in a head on collision between a car and a truck this afternoon in the Dome Valley north of Auckland.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11638844

Man killed in Northland crash

At least one person was killed was killed in a three-vehicle crash in Northland this morning.
“Northland road policing manager Inspector Wayne Ewers said after an initial examination of the scene it appeared a bus carrying 14 school students, understood to be travelling southbound towards Dargaville on SH12 Mamaranui, had stopped on the road and was about to turn right into a gravel area to collect or drop off students (!)”

The latest fatality brings Northland’s road toll to 14 compared with nine last year [allegedly, a reader noted.]  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/northern-advocate/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503450&objectid=11638738

SH1 reopens after fatal crash near Wellsford: Second fatal crash in Northland today!

A man has died after the car he was driving collided with a truck in Northland – the second fatal accident in the region on Friday.

This second fatality brings Northland’s road toll to 15 compared with nine for the entire last year.

Woman dead following crash near Dunedin

A young woman who was [allegedly] critically injured in a head-on crash south of Dunedin yesterday has finally been pronounced dead.

The victim has been identified as Holly Ann Watt, 20. RIP.

Deadly crash near Dunedin
The serious crash unit at the crash scene yesterday. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery/ via NZherald.

Two people injured in serious crash near Te Aroha

One victim who suffered head, chest and abdominal injuries was airlifted to Waikato Hospital after the ute he was a passenger in crashed into a culvert.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/79920035/Two-people-injured-in-serious-crash-near-Te-Aroha

The State’s Stinking Secrets

Today is DAY 148 of the latest NZ TOURISTS or truth? campaign

13may2016 nz road toll - doctored by police


Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 340 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016

How do they do it?


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To stay alive in Auckland should you walk, cycle or drive?

Posted by te2ataria on April 9, 2016

Three-car crash north of Auckland leaves two injured, one seriously

A three-car crash at the intersection of State Highway 16 and the Coatseville-Riverhead north of Auckland has left two people injured, one of them seriously.


Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries after being hit by car
An elderly female sustained life-threatening injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Mt Wellington this afternoon.

Motorcyclist killed in Auckland crash
A man was killed after a motorcycle crash near Dairy Flat, north of Auckland, police said.

Handful of people march in support Asian students who were violently mugged in Auckland

About sixty people marched last night in Auckland in support of Asian students, following a spate of violent attacks. “Six young people were left bloodied, battered and terrified after the daylight assaults at Oakley Creek and Albert Park.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11619716

Other news…

In view of Helen Clark’s recent nomination… our brothers will be holding a tangi for the United Nations.

Details of marae and time to be advised…

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Doomsday UN nominee Helen Clark the “answer to our prayers”

Posted by te2ataria on April 5, 2016

Sent by a reader

What little credibility U.N. might have had would be flushed down the toilet, if Clark appointed

Clark is supported by two “organizations”:

  1. An obscure youth organization (http://www.globalinstituteforyouth.org/partners/) based at an unknown address in USA has said Clark would be the “answer to our prayers”.
  2. NZ PM John Key has confirmed the Government [he] will nominate Helen Clark for the United Nations top job as secretary general.

[Rest of this submission was edited by blog moderators, who have extensively commented on the credibility of Clark as a high-profile UN freeloader.]

Other News in Drips…

Foreign victim killed in fatal crash named

The foreign victim of fatal crash in Longburn  has been named. He was Valdis PAVLOVSKIS also known as Peter. The fatality occurred on the 31 March at 1:45pm when a truck and a car collided on No 1 Line, Longburn, and South of Palmerston North, police said.

Today’s police quota on road fatality news

DAY 110 of the latest TOURISTS or truth? campaign in NZ

To protect the tourism industry, about two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by our political police, or unrecorded by Ministry of Transport [“Minitru”.]

doctored road toll NZ 5-4-16

Reported road toll, yesterday…

doctored data 4-4-16


  • Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 238 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.



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Helen Clark is at it again!

Posted by te2ataria on December 18, 2015

Submitted by a reader

New Zealand ranks as the world’s 9th best country in UN-doctored-report

New Zealand’s ranking as the nicest country in the world to live has slipped [probably to dampen suspicions of institutional corruption within the U.N. ] to ninth position, equal with Canada and behind the United States.  However, the sheepland still remains in the top 10, by hook or by Helen Clark.

The annual Human Development Index (HDI), released by the Helen Clark-led UN Development Programme this week, ranks 188 countries according to life expectancy, education and income or standard of living (See below).

[Interestingly, the report follows a survey that named New Zealand as the world’s most ignorant developed nation, shortly after the country was named  as “third most creative country in the world.”]

Top 10 HDI Countries in 2014:

1. Norway
2. Australia
3. Switzerland
4. Denmark
5. Netherlands
6. Ireland, Germany
8. United States
9. Canada, New Zealand

The Clark Factor

Back in 2008 and 2009, New Zealand was languishing in 20th place, but that suddenly changed in 2010 after ex-NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark took over (March 2009) as the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, and changed the calculation methods.

How Reliable is the HDI?

Norway is the nicest country in the world to live, for the 12th year in a row, according to the HDI ranking. However, it has the “the second-highest rate of deaths by drug overdose in Europe – 70 per million, compared to a European average of only 16 per million. Only Estonia has a higher rate, and that is dropping,” said a report.

Although New Zealand ranks 9 by HDI, the country is 32 by Gross National Income per capita and 32nd on the gender inequality index, said a report.

Further, New Zealand has one of the highest, if not the highest, teen suicide rates among OECD countries.

And the ranking follows a New Zealand Children Commissioner’s report suggesting that poverty in New Zealand is far worse now than it was in the 1980s, a report said.

“In comparison, Australia and Ireland are ranked at 19 and 21 respectively on this index.”

And the United States? Every year some 32,514 people including 2,677 children die from gun violence. And it takes just an email to paralyze a major city the size of Los Angeles with 14 million inhabitants.

The Human Development Index (HDI) – Wikipedia:

—The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and income per capita indicators, which are used to rank countries into four tiers of human development. A country scores higher HDI when the life expectancy at birth is longer, the education period is longer, and the income per capita is higher. The HDI was developed by Pakistani economist Mahbub ul Haq, is anchored in the Indian Nobel laureate Amartya Sen’s work on human capabilities, often framed in terms of whether people are able to “be” and “do” desirable things in their life, and was published by the United Nations Development Programme [headed by Helen Clark].—

  •  Isn’t it time to audit Ms. Clark’s activities and hold her accountable for the wanton waste of public funds?

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Posted by te2ataria on February 27, 2011

Today’s Photo Op

Phil Goff: The Aspiring NZ Prime Minister

The Dragon and the Raven. Helen Clark visits Christchurch with Labour leader Phil Goff . Twitpic / Phil Goff


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Get a Perfect Purr: pakeha works every time!

Posted by te2ataria on April 24, 2009

sent by a reader

First read background story: The ‘Eskimo’ Debate

Suggestions for pakeha, a new brand of suppository, aimed at the Asian markets and the advertising campaign to promote it!

Suffering from incurable constipation?

Insert a pakeha in your rear, and purr to freedom!


Suffering from chronic constipation?

Purr to freedom! Insert a pakeha in your rear and let him do the work!


It works every time. GUARANTEED! Get your free samples from a pharmacy near you!

The first 100 applicants also get a framed picture of Sir Ed with Helen Clark together with the taped  instructions of how to insert pakeha in their rear, recorded in the original kiwi accent by a famous NZ TV presenter.

Sir Ed and Dr Clark! Individual photos used for the frame may be subject to copyright!

[If the suppository doesn’t work, listening to the instruction taped in pakeha accent, while you sit staring at photos of Sir Ed and Dr Clark is GUARANTEED to make you go!]

pakeha is available in many different strengths [see individual labels]

  • PM / Minister range
  • High Court / District Court Judges series
  • Police Minister/ Police Commissioner [Large sizes. Not recommended for children or teens.]
  • NZ Ambassador deluxe
  • Army Officer [Try our ANZAC special!]
  • SIS Toilet Spy [for mild constipation only]
  • Police Farce [Available in 3 fragrances.]
  • UNDP formula [Helen Clark nostalgia]
  • Fake Heroes [Sir Ed is our best seller in this range. Suitable for boy-racers and bike-riders.]
  • HRC [Try our limited series Commissioner!]
  • Clergy [For people who don’t believe in miracle cures!]
  • Farmer [The frigging farmer-polluter series gives you an instant feeling of eruption! ]
  • Rugby Player Special  [French customers swear by its effectiveness!]
  • TV personalities/ TV presenters own [Includes a strong sedative.]
  • Russell Crowe Delight! [Russell Crowe Delight! This is a suppository with an attitude! ]

Hurry! Hurry! Get your free sample today before supplies run out!

[Note this blog defines the term pakeha as the foreign land thieves who illegally occupy ‘New Zealand.’ This term is not racist because pakeha is not a race.]

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Brief Comments on News Headlines

Posted by te2ataria on April 23, 2009

sent by a reader in Sewage City [no offense intended to the sender]

1. Serve your Zionist masters faithfully and they shall set you free with a bag of goodies!

Helen Clark made Doctor of Laws

[Important Notice: Applicants must be able to sitting on both sides of the fence!]

We knew the laws were sick and sickening, but making Helen [Caligula] Clark a doctor of laws?

[As Clark was terribly under qualified for the position, the academia from the “kangaroo university” stepped in with their honorary degree!]

[See also the following entry: Moderator]

Three Reasons Why Clark’s UN Appointment Must Be Annulled

1. Helen Clark has amassed much more wealth than a NZ career politician could on wages and investment, during her career as a NZ ‘politician’ [and former PM.] What guarantee is there that she won’t misappropriate UN money?

2. Helen Clark’s character is morally objectionable. Her lacking in moral fiber influences her ability and character to run a large public organization. Her future actions, like her past, could and in all probability would harm the millions of  vulnerable people throughout the world who depend on the UNDP.

3. During her 8-year stint as Prime Minister, New Zealand became a “destination country” for the trafficking of women for sex from Malaysia, Hong Kong, China …

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2. Most New Zealanders find it amusing to find unusual things in their foodstuff

Supermarket investigates after bugs found in chips

OK! Coexistence with the 4-legged in a ratio of about 50 to 1 does strange things to your sense of humor. The problem is other people don’t share your sense of humor. Look at the Chinese and the melamine in their New Zealand formula milk!

P.s. Alive and wriggling bugs in a bag of chips? It beats the sausage manufacturer who … before inserting them in the package.

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Fox guarding the henhouse

Posted by te2ataria on April 1, 2009

sent by G.A.

UN Policy: Don’t Ask; don’t tell—too bad if it’s already common knowledge

Helen Clark has been confirmed as new head of the United Nations Development Program UNDP

UNDP has a budget of about NZ$9 billion and provides training, advice support and all other intangible services for developing countries.

“I guess this is another of those moments,” Helen [Caligula] Clark said.

“… the sort of sense of ‘gee,’ ‘golly,’ ‘gosh’ is almost immediately replaced by ‘there’s an awful lot of things to do’.” [I bet there is.]

Drought threatens Africa, but they need the other type of dyke for their agriculture!

It’s not known how many of her female companions she will take on her business trips. Will UNDP pay for all her expenses? OF COURSE THEY WILL!

Three Reasons Why Clark’s UN Appointment Must Be Annulled

1. Helen Clark has amassed much more wealth than a NZ career politician could on wages and investment, during her career as a NZ ‘politician’ [and former PM.]

2. Helen Clark’s character is morally objectionable. Her lacking in moral fiber influences her ability and character to run a large organization effectively.

3. During her 8-year stint as Prime Minister, New Zealand became a “destination country” for the trafficking of women for sex from Malaysia, Hong Kong and China …

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It’s Time to Shut Down UN and Replace it with Something else that Works for 99 percent of the world population—NOT just for the 1 percent fat cats.

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NZ least corrupt nation? [ROFWL]

Posted by te2ataria on September 24, 2008

You must be bloody joking!

Don’t exactly know what sort of bribery was involved here, or how much was paid to the con artists, but NO ONE could call New Zealand “one of the three least corrupt nations on Earth” while keeping a straight face.

A cut-and-paste organization, the so called Transparency International [sounds like a mule from George Soros stables,] has named New Zealand alongside Denmark and Sweden as the world’s least corrupt nations.

This faux nomination comes amid the corruption scandal that lead  to corporate manslaughter committed by Fonterra, one of New Zealand’s major companies, which also involves New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Helen Clark, and her sidekick, the “Multiple” Minister, Phil Goff.

Dream on, New Zealand, but don’t give other countries like Sweden and Denmark a bad name by association!

If you can read the story while keeping a straight face, and without a snicker, here’s a link.

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Asian woman shot in Auckland

Posted by te2ataria on July 26, 2008

Xu Mei Ying, a 46-year-old Asian woman, was shot at point blank range earlier today. Her condition is not known. This brings the total number of Asian victims in the Auckland area to four in recent weeks. The three earlier victims, an Indian shopkeeper, a Chinese grandmother and a Chinese business woman were murdered.

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