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New Zealand: The Cauldron of Death
Liat Okin, 35, the Israeli tourist who went missing in New Zealand in March, was confirmed dead. Her backpack was found in dense bush about 1km from the track where she went missing and her body was found nearby on Friday.
Liat Okin. Yet another victim of NZ Govt misinformation. Unwittingly, she, too, fell victim to New Zealand’s deceptive tourist industry advertising campaigns.
An autopsy completed on Saturday confirmed the body was that of Liat Okin, police said. The victims brother who had been conducting a private search for her said: “Probably my sister was already dead when the police started searching […] If they start searching after 10, 11 days, it’s ridiculous.”
Was Liat Okin Murdered?
Probably! But the public would never know the truth.
Why was Liat Okin Killed?
New Zealand authorities know the answer, of course, but they’d never tell us.
Another Unnecessary and Avoidable Murder/Death
Would Liat Okin have visited New Zealand, if the NZ government had revealed the country’s appalling record of tourist murder and death?
Unfortunately, she can’t answer that question. Neither could any of the other victims who were murdered in New Zealand:
Karen Aims. Karen, 26, a visitor from Orkney Islands, was brutalized and murdered in Taupo, New Zealand.
Heidi Paakkonen. Heidi, 21, and her fiancé, Sven Hoglin, 23, Swedish tourists, who were returning to Sweden to marry were brutally murdered. The remains of Heidi Paakkonen’s who might have been 14 weeks pregnant at the time of her murder, are missing.
Kayo Matsuzawa. Kayo, 29, a Japanese tourist, thought New Zealand was a safe place to visit – a mistake that cost her life. Her naked and decomposing body was discovered inside a locked cupboard in an Auckland building. Her murderer(s) walks free.
Birgit Brauer. Birgit, 28, a German tourist, was beaten, stabbed and strangled to death near New Plymouth, New Zealand.
Margery Hopegood. Margery, an English tourist, was stabbed to death in a toilet block in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Navin Govind, an Indian who immigrated to NZ only to be beaten to death in his shop because he was “colored.”
Shiu Prasad who also immigrated to New Zealand from India in search of a different life, but couldn’t change his skin color.
Bhagubhai Vaghel, a grandfather of two little girls, a qualified engineer and hard-working Indian who immigrated to New Zealand in search of his dreams (wrong color).
And an unknown number of other, mostly “colored,” immigrants and tourists from China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea … the foreign victims who were violently murdered (or killed on New Zealand’s death roads) raped, mugged or seriously assaulted, and whose names and details have been suppressed (otherwise publicly unavailable).
The Malevolent NZ Authorities are violating the tourists’ human rights and are party to the crimes perpetrated against them through concealment of tourist murder statistics, misrepresentation of facts about tourist safety, and negligence in failing to provide adequate protection for the visitors!
CASF Human Rights Team has asked the NZ Ministry of Justice and several other ministries for a list of foreigners who have been murdered or ‘accidentally’ killed in New Zealand in the past few years. Unfortunately, the New Zealand authorities declined to provide any information.
According to nztourmaps.com, a New Zealand tourism promotion company, about 779 overseas visitors were killed in New Zealand between 2001 to 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.
PM of New Zealand and the felonious members of her malevolent government MUST be held jointly and severally responsible for each and every incident of murder, rape, assault, or harm that befalls the UNSUSPECTING tourists in that country. The morally repugnant b*stards should be sued for every ill-gotten penny they have got and buttkicked off their comfortable perch!