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Top Secret: Earthquake Information in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on July 19, 2011

When the Quakes Strike Raukūmara Basin

How could earthquake data become state secret in New Zealand?

Why did GeoNet keep mum when a magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit ENE of Auckland?

Could it be for the same reason that “NZ ex-banker prime minister” sent his pathetic military forces to silence peaceful protesters?

Earthquake Details from US Geological Survey Earthquakes.

The earthquake occurred near the edge of the 25,000-sqkm Raukumara Basin.  Source NZ gov. [From Fire-Earth blog.]

Print Screen from GeoNet Website

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What Killed the Penguins?

Posted by te2ataria on May 1, 2011

Anti-oil protestors assert seismic testing in the Raukumara Basin killed the penguins

Penguin deaths still a ‘mystery’

The Department of Conservation is staying tight-lipped over the deaths of a group of penguins on the East Coast.

At least 14 have been found washed up along Waihau Bay.

[NOTE: Dozens of dead penguins have been washed up along a 3km stretch of Waihau Bay. Moderator]

Anti-oil protestors claim seismic testing in the Raukumara Basin is to blame.

DOC is choosing to stay out of the debate until it knows for certain the cause of death.

It says there is a range of reasons why they could have died, and will not comment until test results have come back.

They are expected some time next week.
Newstalk ZB

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You had a right to protest in Darkland?

Posted by te2ataria on April 12, 2011

Gunboat Democracy!

Whoever gave you the idea Fort NZ tolerated human rights or the right to protest?

New Zealand Gestapo and the paramilitary police force are using the naval inshore patrol vessel HMNZS Pukaki [Puke-akin] to monitor the protests.

New Zealand Gestapo has also served notice that any protester trying to block oil exploration off the East Cape would face fines of up to $10,000, a year in prison, or probably both.

For good measure, the Gestapo van driver might knee you in the groin on your way to prison from the district kangaroo courthouse.

So, be smart and keep away from The Orient Explorer and the rest of them “research vessels” with Petrobras name.

Pukaki: The role of this naval vessel is NOT to fight foreign enemies, but to oppress protesters.

The Brazilian state-owned oil company is carrying out seismic research in the Raukumara Basin under a 5-year licence granted by our beloved Government, according  to a report.

During the weekend swimmers from a Greenpeace-led protest flotilla forced the ship off course by swimming close to it. No action was taken against them but police this afternoon visited the protest fleet in navy rigid-hull inflatable boats and served the skippers notices under the Maritime Transport Act, warning them to stay at least 200m away from the Orient Explorer and a second Petrobras vessels, Ocean Pioneer, or face a fine of up to $10,000 or 12 months in prison.


Greenpeace says the Government is putting financial interests of an international oil company ahead of local people.

“We are very concerned at the use of military services to intervene in this protest and very concerned that the Government is meddling in police matters,” Greenpeace climate campaigner Steve Abel said.

What does the local iwi Say?

Petrobras had met East Cape iwi Te Whanau a Apanui, which opposes the project, and would continue to engage with it.

“They haven’t given us the permission to drill, but they give us the opportunity to be friends,” Petrobras asset manager Marco Toledo said.

Could it be because Te Whanau a Apanui are worried about the environmental impact?

Can Petrobras guarantee there would be no adverse environmental effects if drilling went ahead?

“Guarantee is a word that does not exist in our industry, in the industry in general,” he said.

And if you don’t believe him look at the BP rape of Gulf of Mexico, or the Tokyo Electric wholesale disaster in Japan.

Did John Key have anything to say?

Prime Minister John Key has been wondering since when a “bunch of hippies” are worried about environmental issues. He told reporters he trusted the police to balance the rights of Petrobras and the protesters, “saying it was no different to a protest on dry land”, the report said.

He means since the police INVARIABLY uses the military against protesters on dry land, why the heck shouldn’t they also use them on the high seas!

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