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Another top position for diseased New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 15, 2019

New Zealand already boasts the world’s highest rates of:

SPECIAL CATEGORIES: 

1. Tourist Deaths. More visitors are murdered, killed or otherwise lose their lives while in New Zealand than in any other country in the world. [In fact, tourists deaths in NZ could by higher than the   combined total in the rest of the world.]

2. Sex and Labor Slaves. New Zealand hosts as many as ¼ million sex and labor slaves, by far the highest in the OECD countries 

  • One in 10 sex slaves worldwide work in New Zealand [and Australia,]  or in ‘prison-brothels’ on various pacific Islands owned/protected by New Zealand [and Australia.]
  • Nearly every single kiwi fruit, apple, tomato…  produced in New Zealand is picked by a labor slave

3. Male Rape. New Zealand male rape and sexual abuse rates are highest in the world

The Formal List

  1. Child maltreatment deaths
  2. Crime Rates – Serious crime is impacting about 800,000 kiwis each year (NZ pop. is only 4.3 million – 2009 stats)
  3. Rape victims (less than 8 per cent of all sexual offenses were reported to, or registered by the police, with a conviction rate of 13 per cent. In other words, for every 100 rape cases only one case ends in conviction.)
  4. Suicide rates
  5. Pedophilia
  6. Teenage pregnancy
  7. Cannabis and methamphetamine use [every kiwi is high on something]
  8. Property crime victims
  9. Assault victims
  10. Motor Vehicle Deaths
  11. Single parent families
  12. Imprisonment in the Western World
  13. Crime victims
  14. Asthma prevalence
  15. McDonald’s restaurants per capita
  16. Obesity in the OECD
  17. Adults prosecuted per capita
  18. School dropouts
  19. Melanoma
  20. Food poisoning cases

[Note: In some lists kiwis occupy the 2nd or 3rd highest position in a few of the above-listed categories.]

And one of the categories that doesn’t exist officially:

21. The most spied on group of people in the world.

Globally, kiwis are the most spied on group of people [‘nation’] by their own ‘government’ (Brits share the spot jointly; Americans NOT far behind.)

And here’s some more

22. New Zealand has the highest number of driveway deaths [toddler-killing] in the OECD.

23.  New Zealand women have the highest numbers of sexual partners in the world. They sleep with  an average of 20.4 sexual partners, condom-maker Durex said. [The global average is 7.3.] New Zealand women also came top as the only female group more promiscuous than their men, who averaged 16.8 sexual partners.

24. Child Abuse: The statistics cited below are just the tip of the iceberg!

Child, Youth and Family agency, substantiated cases 2010-2011

  • 12,595 emotional abuse
  • 3,225 physical abuse
  • 1,505 sexual abuse
  • 4,762 neglect

AND NOW…

New Zealand has the world’s highest reported incidents of Legionnaires’ disease –Research

“NZ the Legionnaires’ capital of the world, study finds”

“New Zealand has the highest reported incidence of Legionnaires’ disease in the world, a new study has found.”

“This research shows the incidence of Legionnaires’ disease in New Zealand is much higher than previously identified,” the lead researcher, Professor David Murdoch said.

Some 238 cases – 5.4 cases for every 100,000 Kiwis – were identified between May 2015 and May 2016, the report said.

Legionnaires is a severe form of pneumonia which frequently goes “undetected because of inconsistent use of diagnostic testing and the uncertainty about whom to test.”

“In 63 percent of patients studied, it was caused by bacteria called Legionella longbeachae, commonly found in soil and compost.”

“In 22 percent of cases, it was caused Legionella pneumophila, found in lakes, streams and artificial water systems such as plumbing networks – particularly in pipes.”

Read more…

“Legionella pnuemophila can grow and spread in artificial water systems, meaning people can contract the disease by breathing in small droplets of water containing the bacteria,” a report said.

“But there’s nothing in the building code that requires it,” Master Plumbers chief executive Greg Wallace said.

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Sports Related Deaths – latest reported incidents

Man confirmed killed in light plane crash
Saturday, 15 June 2019 – 2:42pm  –  Waikato

“One person has died following a light plane crash near the north end of Coromandel Forest Park. Police had been working with RCCNZ and LandSAR to locate the plane since last night.”
“It was reported overdue about 4:25pm yesterday. The plane was located crashed about 10am by ground search teams.”
“The sole occupant of the plane was found deceased.”
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/one-dead-following-light-plane-crash
[The dead pilot’s identity has not been released, as of posting.]

Surfer Killed at Sandy Bay near Whangarei
Friday, 14 June 2019 – 7:19pm – Northland

A surfer was killed at Sandy Bay near Whangarei. Police have not provided any details as of posting.
The incident happened just after 4.30pm on Thursday.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/death-sandy-bay-near-whangarei

Danish hiker killed in Karangarua Valley, South Westland – name release
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 – 1:29pm – Tasman

The hiker who was killed in Karangarua Valley on 11 June was 21-year-old Jonas Legaard Sorensen.
He was visiting New Zealand from Denmark.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-missing-man-found-karangarua-valley-south-westland

Body of missing British tramper Darren Myers found in Tararua Range
Wednesday, 12 June 2019 – 1:02pm  –  National News

The body of British hiker Darren Myers, 49, was found, almost two weeks after he went missing in the Tararua Range, a report said.

The hiker was apparently killed in a fall. His body was “found at the bottom of a waterfall in “hazardous” terrain, after an eleven day search hampered by bad weather,” the report said.

“The body was located via an aerial search…” police said.

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