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“Soviet police” taking photos of a peaceful, lawful protest in Wellington

Posted by te2ataria on June 7, 2017

The Most Heavily Censored Blog in New Zealand [Watch Out for Ceaseless Swarms and Immense Tsunamis of Bad Karma, Mister Ingrish!!]

Police compiling “Soviet-style” electronic dossiers on protesters

“Many people would want to know why they are taking photos,” said Green MP Gareth Hughes, who was at the protest organised by climate group 350 Aotearoa, adding that had never before seen police taking pictures of protesters at Parliament.

“Soviet police” photographer, using a high-powered lens and covering camera with a towel to minimise impact, shoot protesters at the 350 Aotearoa climate change protest outside Parliament on Tuesday. Photo credit: MAARTEN HOLL/ FAIRFAX NZ

“Human rights lawyer Michael Bott said there would be cause for concern if police were compiling Soviet-style electronic dossiers on protesters, which had the potential to erode the freedom to protest protected under the Bill of Rights Act,” said a report.

Our Intrepid Sailors Show How It’s Done!!

New Zealand capsize in semi-final

New Zealand suffered a spectacular capsize in their America’s Cup semi-final against Great Britain, said a report.


Police Road Fatality Reports [Extreme Censorship is in Effect]


One killed in Canterbury crash
[Wednesday, 7 June 2017 – 6:15am  – Canterbury] One person was killed in a single vehicle crash on Charteris Bay Road in Teddington, Canterbury, last night, police said.

Name release – Fatal Crash in Waimate
[Tuesday, 6 June 2017 – 8:53pm – Canterbury] The young woman who was killed in a two-vehicle crash on State Highway 1 near the junction with Barnetts Road in Waimate, at about 7.30pm on Monday 5 June 2017 was 21-year-old Rosie Ann Crozier [‘nationality not specified,] police said.

Ministry of Transport (Minitru) Caught Cheating AGAIN

No. of Latest Statistical Resurrections: 2


Army seeking another generation for moral and physical sodomy

Children hold assault rifles as part of Army school visit

New Zealand Earthquakes

Christchurch quake stress splits city in two
“Six years after the devastating Christchurch earthquake, residents in the city’s eastern suburbs feel they are part of a different recovery from the rest of the city.” http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/332434/christchurch-quake-stress-splits-city-in-two

Christchurch sitting on mental health ‘time bomb’
“Christchurch is sitting on a mental health ‘time bomb’, with more psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health services desperately needed, a local doctor says. According to Canterbury DHB figures, demand for child and youth mental health services has risen by 73 percent since the earthquakes.” […] “Even children as young as nine talking about suicide.”

Quake stress hurting our young
One in five kids began showing signs of stress disorder, as dearly as four years ago!

Which is the second happiest nation, with New Zealand topping the list?

Number of children and teens on anti-depressants doubles
“The number of children and teenagers on Prozac-style anti-depressants has soared 98 per cent in the last 10 years to a total of nearly 15,000 young people last year.

“Ministry of Health [most probably doctored] figures released to the Herald under the Official Information Act (OIA) showed 2163 children aged 13 or under collected a prescription of antidepressants known as Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) last year – an increase of 79.4 per cent since 2006.

“The number of 14 to 18-year-olds who collected a prescription of SSRIs increased 101.9 per cent in the same timeframe to a total of 12,617 people last year.

“Overall, 299,958 people were prescribed and collected the drugs last year – an increase of 64.9 per cent over the last 10 years.”

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How could non-existent ‘freedom of speech’ be under threat in a police state?

Posted by te2ataria on April 4, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: Remnants of Cyclone Debbie hit NZ

  • Cliff in Auckland’s Kohimarama suburb collapses onto house
  • The Whanganui District has declared a state of emergency ahead of possible historic flooding of the Whanganui River.
  • The North Island is facing severe weather: heavy rain, slips and floods as the remnants of Cyclone Debbie sweep across the country.
  • Significant amounts of rain are expect in Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Waitomo, Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, the Whanganui District, the Tararua Ranges, Gisborne, Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa.
  • Rain totals could exceed 200mm in some areas. Heavy falls are forecast for Tuesday night into Wednesday.


Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

  • ONLY ONE vehicle-related fatality allowed in police reports as of posting, despite at least 12 known serious crashes.
  • Monday’s UPDATE: One vehicle-related fatality allowed reported in late police bulletin. See HERE.


Tongue-in-Cheek Humour: ‘Prominent Kiwis pen open letter saying free speech is under threat in NZ universities’

Don Brash and Dame Tariana Turia are among a group of 27 prominent New Zealanders, who have submitted an open letter warning freedom of speech is under threat in New Zealand universities.

It was the brainchild of Auckland University of Technology’s History Professor Paul Moon, and rejects “the forceful silencing of dissenting or unpopular views” on university campuses.

It also insists debate must not be suppressed because the ideas put forth “are thought by some or even by most people to be offensive, unwise, immoral, or wrong-headed”.

Those who signed the letter were:

Assoc Professor Len Bell, Dr Don Brash, Dr David Cumin, Sir Toby Curtis, Dr Brian Edwards, Graeme Edwards, Dr Gavin Ellis, Sir Michael Friedlander, Alan Gibbs, Dame Jenny Gibbs, Bryan Gould, Wally Hirsh, Professor Manying Ip, Sir Bob Jones, Professor Pare Keiha, Assoc Professor Luamanuvao Winnie Laban, Dame Lesley Max, Gordon McLauchlan, Professor Paul Moon, Sir Douglas Myers, Assoc Professor Camille Nakhid, Sir Geoffrey Palmer, Professor Edwina Pio, David Rankin, Philip Temple, Dame Tariana Turia, and Professor Albert Wendt. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/91132233/prominent-kiwis-pen-open-letter-saying-free-speech-is-under-threat-in-nz-universities

Since this blog is heavily censored by authorities, we can only assume the letter was intended as tongue-in cheek humour.


Queenstown police pursue alleged anti-Semitic poster plasterers

A security camera image posted earlier on the Southern District Police Facebook page shows two men – one in dark glasses, camo pants and wearing a “Trump” t-shirt – [most probably Israeli Jews with dual citizenship] entering the tertiary institute last week. The photo has since been removed from the police Facebook page.

An anonymous email directed Stuff to a Facebook page showing photos of the posters containing Nazi swastikas and anti-Jewish slogans. The photos have since been taken down.

Israel Arrests Jewish Teen for Bomb Threats Against Jewish Centers

“… in Israel, police in the southern city of Ashkelon on Thursday arrested a Jewish teenager with dual U.S. and Israeli citizenship, charging him with making more than 100 bomb threats against synagogues and other Jewish community buildings in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand. The threats came amid a broader wave of anti-Semitic threats against Jewish institutions over recent months, which included the desecration of Jewish cemeteries in Pennsylvania, Missouri and New York.”

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

Fatal crash SH27 near Waharoa
“Police are in attendance at a serious crash at the intersection of State Highway 27 and Wairere Road, in Waharoa near Matamata. A truck and car have collided around 4:45 this afternoon.” One of the drivers was killed in the crash.

NZ Police Clowns: Extreme Malevolence, Institutional Corruption, Phenomenal Incompetence

Missing toddler is the oldest among New Zealand police’s 143,000 active cases [“reduced from around one million files”]

“Police set up a new case management system in 2010 to deal with over one million files on its books.”

“The system has resulted in the reduction of files from around one million to 143,000 active cases. Counties Manukau has 11,500, Canterbury, 9,593, Auckland City, 8,006, Waitemata, 6,888, Wellington, 8,276, and Tasman, 8,322. ” [What about the remaining 90,415 active cases?]

[This is how they reduced outstanding files from around one million to 143,000 “active cases”.  They categorized them as: “Zero Chance”, “Snowball’s Chance”, “Fat Chance”, “NO Chance”… and “V. Little Chance, Indeed”… Moderator D.H.]

Man shot by police in Christchurch denies pointing imitation firearm at officers
“A man shot by police officers in Christchurch has today denied pointing a blank firing pistol at them.

“Murray James Allan, 24, [who is lucky to be alive, was shot by police] after allegedly pointing the imitation firearm at officers who approached a car he was in about 2am in Woolston on February 4.”

Policeman punched partner, dragged her by hair, threatened to stab her

Cloak and Dagger

So much for freedom of information: Typhoid death shrouded in cloak and dagger

“Distraught family members of a woman who died of typhoid last week say Auckland health officials did not tell them she had the disease.

“The woman is one of at least 15 people who have become ill in a typhoid outbreak over the past 10 days or so.”

“She died in Auckland Hospital last Tuesday. Officials first notified the public of the outbreak on Friday.”

Bull Crap

“The woman was buried yesterday. The Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) said it delayed releasing information about the death to allow time for funeral arrangements.”

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Another young foreigner tragically killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on October 28, 2016

Sent by a reader in NZ’s Murder Capital [aka, “Auckland”]

Russian kid killed on Auckland’s west coast named

Savva Lopoukhine, aged 5, from Russia, has finally been identified as the boy who was killed in an apparent fall on Auckland’s west coast, a week after his tragic death.

Savva Lopoukhine, 5, from Russia,  was killed on Auckland’s west coast, police have revealed a week after his tragic death.

Police said they had conducted a search for the boy after he went missing on Saturday afternoon (October 22, 2016), but refused to say when his body was found.

They said Savva did not drown, and that “the death appeared to be the result of a tragic accident.”

His mother, Elena Lopoukhina, said on Thursday that her son was killed after falling off some rocks.

“He just fell off a cliff.”

[As usual, there’s something about the reported details of this tragic death that sucks. Moderator N.]

Other News in Drips…

One person killed in Te Puke Highway crash

At least one person was killed in a crash on Te Puke Highway, Papamoa, in the Western Bay of Plenty [of Deaths.]

Police State: Police carry out about 500,000 vets each year

Police carry out about 500,000 vets, about 1 in 4 of  the adult  population, each year. “Among problems the review raised is that in some cases police had been disclosing information even though people had not given their consent.” http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/316688/review-urges-overhaul-of-police-vetting

Another police pursuit again ends in destruction of public property

Police pepper sprayed on the driver before tasering and arresting him. [Fortunately, he was not shot.]  https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/two-arrested-after-driver-rams-cop-car-during-west-auckland-police-pursuit

Schoolgirl [raped] in Christchurch’s Hagley Park

Police were alerted by hospital staff at 9pm after the girl reported the attack to them. She said it happened sometime between 3.30pm and 8.25pm.  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11732569

Police investigating online predator targeting teenage boys

Boys are equally at risk in New Zealand. http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/crime/police-investigating-online-predator-targeting-teenage-boys/

Victim ‘sickened’ as paedophile principal appeals conviction

Former school principal and convicted child sex offender Bruce Darroch is to appeal his two-and-a-half year prison sentence, a move that has “sickened” the mother of one of his victims.   http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/85206796/Victim-sickened-as-paedophile-principal-appeals-conviction

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Even buildings aren’t safe in Hastings

Posted by te2ataria on October 27, 2016

Sent by a reader in Hastings

Dozens of commercial buildings burgled and torched in Hastings: Police

There has been a spike in commercial burglary incidents in the Hastings area, police said.

“In the last week and over the long weekend a number of premises [37 buildings?] have been broken into and in each instance the offenders have caused significant damage.”

The burglars have also lit fires inside several of the buildings.

Other News in Drips…

Police State: AGAIN police abuses powers in anti-euthanasia sting

The so called police watchdog (IPCA) has received at least three complaints concerning police use of a drink-driving checkpoint to track people who attended a euthanasia meeting.

Legal experts have expressed “deeply concerns” about “worrying abuse of power” by police.

Exit International director said senior New Zealand lawyers had been in contact with him after the story of the police anti-euthanasia sting was published. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/85777828/lawyers-back-group-caught-up-in-police-euthanasia-sting

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If it operates like a police state, feels like a police state…

Posted by te2ataria on June 2, 2016

Sent by a reader in ‘Crime City’

Police ordered not to speak to media

Cops are being stopped from talking to media.

Police officers are being stopped from taking media calls.

Southern district police commander Superintendent Mike Pannett made the order in a staff “advisory bulletin” on March 7, an Official Information Act request has revealed.

“If you are contacted by media, especially printed media, please do not make verbal comment on any matters over the phone,” Supt Pannett’s email said.

“Please simply ask that all questions are put in an email and then sent to you. You can give the undertaking that someone [who are trained to lie and spin the issues] will reply to those questions in due course.”  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11649518

Trust me, but don’t ask any questions! E-mail me, instead???

Massey University associate professor of journalism Grant Hannis said important stories were broken through networking and contacts.

“To stage-manage the whole process there would be a real danger that it’s going to lead to bland, non-committal comments that take a long time to get back to reporters and it is an erosion of that basic accountability of authorities to the Fourth Estate.”

On Tuesday, the Otago Daily Times broke news that southern police had been told to remain tight-lipped over the nationality of drivers involved in fatal crashes [to comply with a secret directive issued by the Minister of Tourism, Rt Hon John Key, who is also the National Security and Intelligence Minister and, of course, the Prime Minister.]  http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11649518

No Road Fatalities Were Allowed Today, Either!

The State’s other Stinking Secrets

Truth about the daily road carnage hurts New Zealand’s $10 billion tourism industry…

Today is DAY 168 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 378 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016
  • No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru: 140

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 own published records.

 Other News in Drips…

Chinese Investors Pillaging Queenstown, too!

Chinese investors head south to Queenstown amid NZ house price boom
Property prices are surging in New Zealand vacation hotspot Queenstown as tourism puts the mountainous South Island town on the radar of Chinese investors.

Residential property prices in Queenstown jumped 22 percent in the year to the end of May to an average NZ$875,002 ($593,950), according to government valuer QV on Wednesday.

The rise was nearly twice the national average of 12.4 percent and even steeper than the booming Auckland market, where prices rose 15.4 percent to NZ$955,793.
New Zealand’s house prices are among the fastest rising in the world [despite the abject poverty that plague the nation and the homeless crisis], according to the International Monetary Fund, in large part to an influx of foreign investors and migration.
The lakeside town of less than 20,000 people hosts around 1.3 million international tourists a year, up from 980,000 in 2009, according to its tourism agency. The number of Chinese tourists has grown 867 percent over the past five years.

‘Mething’ Up New Zealand

Sale of Marlborough Housing New Zealand units pulled after positive meth test
The sale of a Housing New Zealand property in Blenheim has fallen through after a positive methamphetamine test. Two units were being sold together on a Lucas St section when one of the units was found to have traces of the class A drug. [Could all P-heads move to Queenstown, please!!]

Police Power

‘Super MP’ Chester Borrows ‘confident’ he can defend any criminal charges

Former police officer and National MP Chester Borrows says he wouldn’t be surprised if he’s charged over allegations he drove into protesters and is confident he’d defend it.

Borrows, MP for Whanganui, is currently being investigated by Crown Law after two women protesting over the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) complained to police they had been hit by his car during an incident in Whanganui on March 22.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/80582587/mp-chester-borrows-confident-he-can-defend-any-police-charges

Police officer gets permanent name suppression
Frigging Fairy Justice Brendan Brown has upheld the officer’s appeal against a District Court judge’s decision declining name suppression following a trial in February this year, at which the officer was found not guilty on a charge of shooting and seriously injuring a man, who was lying on the ground and complying with police requests.

The Homeless Crisis

Hoani Waititi Marae under-resourced to tackle homelessness says manager
The Manager of Hoani Waititi Marae Shane White says they are housing a homeless man in their mattress room.

Funding shortfall forcing Women’s Refuge to turn vulnerable families away

Two-year-old girl killed by gunshot wound in South Auckland

Homelessness: ‘The church needs to step up’
A woman setting up a soup kitchen to help feed the homeless is laying down the challenge for more church groups to play their part.

Homeless parents feared Government would take their premature baby
A homeless couple who have been sleeping rough with their premature newborn baby feared the Government would take away their baby if they asked for help.

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Average 2.2 people are killed on NZ roads each day

Posted by te2ataria on February 13, 2016

Foreword: Another thing we grow up learning in New Zealand is that police have the ultimate say in all matters of life and death! Oh, and all other branches of authority are an extension of the police force. Finally, we are told this is called a ‘workable democracy’. Baaa…

But how many road fatalities get reported?

Preferably, fewer per 100,000 of the population than reported in Australia.

As for serious injuries, an average of 8.5 people are seriously injured on our death roads each day.

Now, back to the drip news…

Two drivers and an unborn baby killed after early morning head-on collision south of Whanganui

Emily Hurley, 20, and her unborn baby, as well as Albert Noel Burns, 47, driver of the other vehicle, were killed in the head-on collision south of Whanganui, early this morning.

“The three injured people were severely trapped in one of the vehicles and hydraulic cutting equipment was used to get them out,” police said.

RIP. Emily Hurley, 20 and her unborn baby, as well as Albert Noel Burns, 47, were killed in a violent crash this morning. Three others, including Emily’s partner, were seriously injured.

Other news…

Woman’s body recovered near Whitewash Head [in one tsunami-Sumner]
A woman’s body has been recovered from the water near Christchurch’s Sumner Beach. The first thing police said? “The death was not suspicious.”

Police launch homicide inquiry after woman’s death in Hamilton

Christchurch man charged with manslaughter of Simon Prue, 41
A 36-year-old Christchurch man had been charged after Prue’s body was found on the banks of the Heathcote River late on Friday.

German hitch-hiker robbed by man who picked him up
German hitch-hiker Jan-Paul Fajta, 22, who had his belongings stolen by the person who gave him a ride says he no longer believes New Zealand is a safe country.  [Idiot! He should consider himself lucky for not being raped, or killed.]

He was picked up by a middle-aged man in a white Honda near Timaru and given a ride to Oamaru.http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/76808519/german-hitchhikers-belongings-stolen-by-man-who-picked-him-up.html

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Government removes “top suggestions” for new NZ flag from gallery

Posted by te2ataria on May 18, 2015

Another democratic process ruined by despotic power

“This is the first time in history that all New Zealanders will have a say in the design of the NZ flag,” the government boasts on its website.

The most appropriate flag correctly implying (through association with the North Korean flag) that NZ is a police state

“New Zealand best New Zealand” – Flag suggestion submitted by Logan Wu.

“New Zealand best New Zealand” – Flag suggestion submitted by Logan Wu.

The above suggestion appeared briefly in the government’s new flag Gallery, but was later removed. (The design wasn’t entirely removed from the website. It’s buried with little trace in case someone complained about the disappearance.)

Another favorite:

“The Peoples Republic of New Zealand” Designed by: Myrnn from Auckland

“Nyan Kiwi” Designed by: Fosh from Wellington.

“Clean Green Kiwiana” submitted by Toko Ma.

Themes including 1080, cruelty to animals, racism, excessive cattle excrement, polluted waters, food poisoning … were NOT allowed/submitted.

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Posted by te2ataria on November 17, 2013

“National Day of Action Against Rape Culture”

Saturday’s marches, part of the “National Day of Action Against Rape Culture,” were held in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin in the wake of the Roast Busters scandal, where young Auckland men claimed to have had group sex with drunk, underage girls.

“New Zealand has had 31 police commissioners. Every single one of them has been male and they’ve all been Pakeha,” said Auckland barrister Catriona MacLennan.

“No doubt the Government will say that there are no women qualified to be police commissioner. That’s rubbish. It’s simply not credible to assert that not a single woman in New Zealand is qualified to be police commissioner.”

“We’ve had report after report telling us what needs to be done to improve court processes,” she said.

“What we’ve never had is a government to step up to the mark and actually do something – specialist sexual offence courts, use of an inquisitorial system, specialist training of judges, lawyers and police and many other suggestions.”

  • New Zealand has the highest rate of RAPE in the so-called developed world. But only 9 percent  of rapes [and sexual crimes] are reported [or registered by the police] in New Zealand according to government figures. Of the reported cases, only 13 percent end in a conviction.

  • 91 percent of the rapes either go unreported, or the victims are intimidated by the police to drop complaints.

  • New Zealand has the highest rate of child rapes in the developed world!

  • About one half all girls and a third of all boys in New Zealand are raped [or sexually molested] before the age of 16.

Why are so many children raped and sexually abused in New Zealand?

Rape is a torture routine, a weapon of mind control and subjugation used by the establishment to repress ordinary people in this country.

New Zealand has the highest rates of RAPE in the developed world

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Two-thirds of young NZers are suicidal

Posted by te2ataria on September 8, 2013

The title of article posted below should have been

“How the police state has made two-thirds of young NZers suicidal”

Those of you who read this blog regularly may recall previous headlines like “NZers are among the happiest nation in the world [despite having the highest suicide rates in the world,]” and so forth…

As for the other one-third, they join the police force or the military, kill a few brown people at home or murder in cold blood a dozen women and kids in Iraq, Afghanistan … , and then commit suicide.

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Here’s the article:

Nearly two thirds of young kiwis depressed

By: Bruce Russell| Newstalk ZB| Sunday September 8 2013 14:58

Nearly two-thirds of young New Zealanders are showing signs of depressed mood.

Recent results from the New Zealand Sovereign Wellbeing index have revealed the need to improve our wellbeing by encouraging a flourishing community.

University of Canterbury lecturer Tracy Clelland says the country rates very poorly compared with most European countries, particularly in the area of connecting with others in the neighbourhood.

“Things like more local events where people can come together, just making sure you knock on the door of the neighbour’s house, just making sure you know who your neighbours are.”

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week next month is connecting with others.

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The Faces of New Zealand Police State

Posted by te2ataria on August 4, 2011

Correction: Police State  police-sponsored democracy!!

Sent by a reader in the Eruption City (Auckland)

MOSSAD PLANNING a  911 in New Zealand and/or Australia?

New Zealand as an Israeli Spying Turf, New Zealand’s Israeli PM and Israeli Briefed New Zealand Stasi, Bloggers Fronting for NZSIS…

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how the global power pyramid is structured.

What should be the best thing that could now happen to New Zealand?

Warren Tucker [aka Dr Nylons] Head of New Zealand Secret Police. Photo Credit: Mark Mitchell/ Nzherald. Image may be subject to copyright.

Left: An undated photo of the cockeyed Air Marshal Sir Bruce Reid Ferguson, known to his friends as “wormface,” reading his favorite adult-to-child love magazine. Inset is a more recent photo. Right: The GCSB base at Waihopai, New Zealand, where some of his agents operate from.

Slight Credibility Issue!!

Grossly obese blogger Cameron Slater (aka Whaleoil) who is embedded by NZSIS. Photo credit 3news.co.nz. 

The faces on NZ’s two-dollar coin. Photo credit 3news.co.nz.

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Whichever way you turn it …

Posted by te2ataria on March 19, 2010

If it’s a NZ flag, you must …

Flag burning incident in Parliament’s grounds

Friday, 19 March 2010
Press Release: Parliamentary Services

19 March 2010

Flag burning incident in Parliament’s grounds

The Parliamentary Service can confirm that two people staging an unauthorised protest on the grounds of Parliament at 1307 today set fire to a New Zealand flag which had been doused with an accelerant.

Parliament Security has advised Police are in the process of investigating the incident.

A member of the Republic of New Zealand Party burns a flag during a protest at Parliament.  Photo Credit: ANDREW GORRIE/The Dominion Post. Image may be subject to copyright.

“The protest also included presenting photos of Prime Minister John Key, ACT leader Rodney Hide and former Prime Minister Helen Clark and cutting their heads off.” NZPA said.

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NZ Toilet Spying: From Ridiculous to Profane!

Posted by te2ataria on March 19, 2010

New Zealand: A police state fit for sheeple!

It seems like the kiwi interpretation of “democracy” is elevated to “whatever our appointed PM says, goes!”

The lamb-like kiwi is a coward. They are so frightened of consequences of disobeying fascist rule, they would welcome a police state rather than freedom from oppression.

The following is a Press Release by New Zealand Green Party:

Spy agencies become only area of Government growth

The transformation of the External Assessments Bureau into the National Assessments Bureau should not have occurred without proper consultation, said Green Party Foreign Affairs spokesperson Keith Locke.

It has just been revealed that the Government has shifted the attention of the External Assessments Bureau onto domestic issues due, in part, to the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

“It is treating Parliament and the public with contempt not to engage in consultation before transforming the External Assessments Bureau,” said Mr Locke.

“The External Assessments Bureau has been dedicated to foreign country assessments, and now the Government is transforming it into into a domestic spy agency.

“There has been no demonstration of why the two existing intelligence agencies concerned with domestic intelligence, the Police and the Security Intelligence Service are not covering the field adequately.

“Presumably the goal is to beef up domestic security, but the new NAB might just confuse the picture as it tries to take over some of the tasks now performed by Police intelligence or the SIS.

“We are regularly told times are tough and all Government agencies must tighten their belts,” said Mr Locke.

“It is a bit sad when the only growth area in the public service is in the spy agencies, who are quite unaccountable to the general public.”

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The Worst of the Worst Politicians, Public Figures

Posted by te2ataria on December 25, 2009

sent by a pious pakeha [Edited by TEAA]

And Why They Are Rotten to the Core!

Dr Angus, the so-called Children’s Commissioner, recently rejected the call for a campaign focused on preventing child abuse.  In sharp contrast to his predecessor’s position, he said, that isn’t the way to go.

“I think there are considerable risks around a campaign that focuses entirely on child abuse and neglect. . . the risks are that you turn a whole lot of people off, ” he said.

“I think the way in which keeping children safe secure and well nurtured has been built into that (It’s Not okay) campaign and the focus on how (the community) can contribute to keeping children safe and secure is in fact the best way to go as a social marketing campaign.”

While former Children’s Commissioner Cindy Kiro had advocated for a campaign to prevent child abuse,  Dr Angus has refused to support what he calls, “that sort of `let’s pick off the different population groups’.”

“Population groups,” indeed! New Zealand has the highest rates of child abuse including death from maltreatment (physical abuse and neglect) among OECD countries.

On Tuesday another whitewash inquiry was set up to investigate how police nationwide have failed to deal with child abuse cases.

“The authority has established a dedicated team of investigators and lawyers focusing solely on this inquiry,” authority chair Justice Lowell Goddard said today.

“The authority has received evidence that there have been delays or issues with management of child abuse cases in districts other than the Wairarapa and is therefore treating this as a nationwide inquiry.”

Enter another of the despicable character in New Zealand “politics,” Judith Collins, the police minister.

“It’s one of the problems that I’ve inherited and I’m very pleased to see that at least something is done,” she told Radio New Zealand.

“There is no excuse for our most vulnerable New Zealanders, children, not having these cases investigated properly and I’m very aware that when police deal with these cases, they are very concerned to make sure that they do their best.”

According to a 2003 report by Save the Children, the cases of [reported] child abuse in New Zealand (1.2 deaths per 100,000) are about 12 times higher than Spain (0.1 deaths per 100,000 children), 3 times higher than the UK (0.4 per 100,000) and twice the number in Australia (0.7 per 100,000).

Experience of other countries show that at least a half to two thirds of child abuse cases are unreported, or go unregistered.

The rate of child abuse deaths in New Zealand may have more than doubled since the 2003 report by Save the Children.

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NZ Police Interfere with News Coverage

Posted by te2ataria on November 20, 2009

Freedom of Press? My Foot!

Corrupt New Zealand police caught interfering with news coverage, AGAIN!

Yesterday this blog posted details of a severed head and torso discovery by two Australian tourists in Northland:

“Local camp ground operator Geoff Nicols says a pair of Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand and asked to use his phone to call police.” A report said.

The story, reported by ROSE STIRLING of Dargaville News, clearly quoted eye witness  Geoff Nicols as saying, “Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand…”

Two points about the statement:

First, there’s no mention of a skull poking up out of sand. Most adult Australian would know the difference.

Second, this blogger has never met or heard of anyone, especially the Aussies,  being shocked by the discovery of a skull on a beach.

The original headline seemed perfectly adequate. Not least because it was factual:

“Head, torso found on Northland beach”

Here’s a screen shot of  a google search saved on November 20, 2009 at about 1:40GMT

However, the police, which seems to have decided that the headlines were bad for business, apparently forced the reporter(s) to change the headlines and certain parts of their story to make it sound as if the discovery of a severed head and dismembered torso was actually something completely different. The new Stuff NZ headline read:

Skull found on Northland beach

[Note: The new version was not a regular update, but the reporter was made to re-write the story and then it was posted under the same URL: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/3079423/Head-torso-found-on-Northland-beach. As of posting, the original version was no longer available from Stuff NZ website.]

NZ Herald echoed much of the same:

‘Very old’ skull found on Northland beach

A “very old” human skull has been found on a beach south of Dargaville.

Police spokeswoman Sarah Kennett said the skull is being referred to a pathologist to find out when the person died.

She said the skull was found in the sand dunes in Glinks Gully, Te Kopuru, Northland.

Asked if it could be a skull from pre-European colonisation, Ms Kennett said she could not say. [Amazing!]


As luck had it…

The two Australian tourists, Louisa and Michael Ergles, who discovered the severed head, read the new, amended headlines and apparently contacted the [advertising] media.

Mr Ergles who is a search and rescue officer in his hometown of Lajamanu in the Northern Territory, Australia, said, “there was still a bit of flesh on the head when we found it.”

“I don’t think it would have been there longer than a year.”


[Note: All mentions of the ‘torso’ have also been removed from the new versions of the story. ]

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New Zealand IS a Fascist State!

Posted by te2ataria on October 16, 2009

sent by pious pakeha T.C.

New Zealand is more than Just a Police State: It’s a Fascist Police State

A ridiculous poll, answered by mostly pathetic people, is posted on a main yahoo forum asking the usual readers to comment on whether “New Zealand heading for a police state.”

Why, NOOOO! Whoever gave you that idea???

There’s just one reader, railrev59, who doesn’t seem to have his head stuck between his legs:

Probably most people on this site are too young to remember the waterfront workers’ strike of 1951, but the simple fact is that NZ has been a police state since the legislation of that time – which, I believe, has never been repealed.

Anyone who doesn’t remember, here’s link

Or see bottom of the page.

NZ heading for a police state?

Newstalk ZB October 16, 2009, 7:15 am  http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/6225235/nz-heading-for-a-police-state/2/

Civil libertarians are unhappy about proposed new search and surveillance laws and claim they could lead to a police state.

Parliament’s justice and electoral committee is considering the Search and Surveillance Bill, which will bring all such activities under a single piece of legislation. It widens the provision for searches without a warrant and increases covert investigative powers of agencies such as the Commerce Commission.

Civil Liberties spokesman Michael Bott says the law is supposedly about human freedom, but endorses a reduction in the right to silence and the use of the coercive power of the State to extract information from people still presumed innocent.

He claims the legislation will result in an authoritarian society and predicts New Zealand will increasingly become a police state with a government which is not concerned about protecting individual New Zealanders.

Mr Bott says the Government should be ashamed of the legislation.

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The New Zealand docks dispute

For five months since the 17th of February, 1951, New Zealand was in the throes of one of the longest and bitterest Trade Union struggles in its history.

The struggle commenced with the lock-out of the Waterside Workers (Dockers) and the imposing of the “Waterfront Strike Emergency Regulations” and their amendments, 1951. The miners, the Wellington freezing workers, the New Zealand Federated Seamen’s Union struck as a protest against the Emergency Regulations.

The miners, freezing workers and the federated seamen had no wage dispute and they ignored the advice of their Union National Officers to remain at work. On February 8th the employers of waterfront labour offered 4½d. an hour wage rise following the Arbitration Court award of a 15 per cent increase.

On February 10th watersiders at Wellington and at New Plymouth ceased working overtime as a protest against the employers’ offer. The workers claimed that 4½d an hour was only 9 per cent increase in a forty-hour week and that their ability to work overtime had been included when the wage rise was computed. The employers argued that the rise offered was exactly in line with the 15 per cent Arbitration Court award.

The employers began dismissing men on the 15th of February for refusing to work overtime. Workers alleged that they had been locked out and stated that they were willing to work the forty-hour week. Employers replied that refusal to work overtime was a breach of the agreement. On February 19th the Government issued an ultimatum calling on the watersiders to resume normal work including overtime and to place their wage claim before the Waterfront Authority, failing that, the Waterfront Commission would be suspended.

The same day, the waterside workers saw displayed on the engagement boards a notice to the effect that if they were not prepared to work overtime they were not to lift their discs (sign on for work). Meetings of watersiders at all ports on that day rejected the Government ultimatum. The workers claimed that the position was an “open lock-out by the employers” and a “calculated attack” on Trade Unionism and the forty-hour week.

The Prime Minister of New Zealand declared a state of emergency on February 22nd. The Government issued sweeping emergency regulations on February 23rd, giving power to suspend all awards, use members of the armed forces on the waterfront, extend the powers of the police, deal with any person who incited or aided the continuance of the dispute, place all union funds in the hands of the receiver, etc.

A Waterfront Strike Notice was issued ordering all watersiders back to work on Monday, February 26th, or to suffer a “declared strike” under the regulations. On that Monday, meetings of watersiders in all ports rejected this ultimatum. The following day the Government ordered servicemen on to the waterfront at Wellington and Auckland, and the New Zealand coast seamen walked off all ships being worked by servicemen.

Some Wellington Harbour Board employees were suspended for refusing to assist the servicemen, and meetings of seamen, drivers and others were held everywhere. The Trade Union Congress called on the Government to resign. The Federation of Labour affiliations recommended the calling of a compulsory conference between the disputing parties. Over a thousand workers employed on hydro-electric plants at Waikato ceased work.

All Waikato underground mines and some West coast mines were idle. The Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants instructed all branches not to handle any material on the waterfront that was normally handled by the watersiders. Freezing workers at Ngahauranga, the Gear Meat Workers at Petone and at several other centres stopped work. The Golden Bay Cement Works closed down. The Government de-registered the New Zealand Waterside Workers’ Union on February 28th, and the Parliamentary Labour Party called on the Government to arrange a compulsory conference between the parties.

On March 1st receivers moved into the Waterside Workers’ Union offices throughout the country. Bank accounts amounting to £20,000 were taken over. The Federation of Labour announced that it had done “everything that it could be expected to do within reason”, the Union could only blame itself for its position. On March 5th all mines in the Greymouth district had come to a standstill. The Wellington Drivers’ Union took a ballot and decided not to work with the troops at the waterfront. By April 10th the Government had used everything in the bag to force the watersiders back to work.

Emergency Regulations, all the Anti-Trade Union legislation brought down by the Labour Government with a few embellishments by the present Nationalist Government. It was made an offence to discuss the Emergency Regulations at any meeting, even the leader of the opposition was refused permission to do so. But the watersiders, the miners, the freezing workers and the seamen stood firm. On two occasions members of the Watersiders’ Union were sent cards to sign if they wished to return to work under the new conditions and as members of new Unions that had been registered, but very few took advantage of the offer. The majority showed remarkable determination to preserve their Union and to support their elected representatives.

The Government refused to negotiate on any grounds that would enable the old Union to return on a National basis or to negotiate with any deputation that included the old Union’s president and secretary, H. Barnes and T. Hill. If the workers had been prepared to sacrifice these two, a settlement might have been brought about. These two men were branded as the trouble makers and the old Communist bogey was thrashed until it became a joke. It was a Communist plan, cried the Government, and the watersiders were dupes. Seventy-five per cent of the members of the old Union were ex-servicemen from the 1914-18 and 1939-45 wars and it is ironical that these men, who supposedly went away to destroy the Nazi monster in the last war, should return to face another one with similar earmarks as soon as they demanded a little more of the wealth that the working class produces, in order to maintain their already miserable living standard, or a little of the “new order” that they were promised whilst they were fighting their masters’ enemies.

They have the new order, but it is worse than the old one. Socialists have maintained through both wars that the common enemy of the workers in every land is Capitalism and not their fellow workers of a different nationality. Throughout the struggle the Parliamentary Labour Party in New Zealand sat on the fence, and the Labour politicians were subtle as usual.. At first they made no complaint against the Emergency Regulations or anti-Trade-Union regulations which their own party had used when it was the Government. Mr. Nash, the leader of the Opposition, said at a meeting in Hamilton that “he was in favour of applying regulations in any easy and not in a rigorous way as long as this did not tend to prolong the strike”, and that the Labour Party “would have had no hesitation in using its powers to ensure that essential supplies were delivered to hospitals and homes”.

He said that he did not like to see freedom of speech curtailed or officials given the right to open private correspondence. Neither could he agree to the clause in the regulation which made it an offence to give food to assist watersiders’ wives and children. (Evening Post, Wellington, 30.3.1951.) The Labour politicians claimed that they were neither for nor against the locked-out and striking Unions, but with the unflagging determination of these Unions to continue the struggle, the Labour men took the opportunity to get in and reap the spoils of the workers’ fight.

The Import Supply Bill was debated in the House of Representatives, 26.6.1951, and the Labour Party politicians used the chance to debate the industrial situation generally. They expressed concern at the state of the country, urged a settlement of the strife and, with an eye to the future, they put in a good case for themselves. The Government speaker, in reply, quoted from a pamphlet entitled “Statements concerning recent disputes affecting waterfront work” issued by the Minister of Labour in the past Labour Government. Therein the cause of the waterfront disputes was attributed to the attitude of “Barnes and Hill” on the various waterfront Commissions, and to the machinations of the Communists. This dispute gives the Labour Party a good weapon with which to fight the next election. It will be able to adopt the attitude of “we told you so” and to blame the Nationalist Government for all the workers’ problems.

The Federation of Labour played a vile part in the dispute, giving the Nationalist Government every aid to crush the watersiders and their allies. Even the Labour Party had to snub them. Thus is demonstrated the futility of compulsory unionism to the workers. When the National Government brought in its Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Amendment Act, there was in it a threat to compulsory unionism. The officials of the Federation of Labour immediately dashed to the rescue and convinced Mr. Holland of the value of compulsory unionism, pointing out that “the Federation has yet to find any sections of the employers who object to its continuance” (Southern Cross, 3.11.1950). Without compulsory unionism the officials would lose their mainstay and the power they wield. They have now proved its value to the Government. Lack of knowledge and apathy of the members is of great assistance to these leaders of the Federation, as it is to all leaders.

The promise of support from the railwaymen seems to have been lost in transit and the strikers have rather a poor opinion of their brothers on the railways who failed to comply with the resolve “not to handle any material on the waterfront normally handled by watersiders”. The Government precipitated this struggle at a bad time for the employing class in New Zealand. It was at the height of the exporting season, thereby costing them an immense sum. The determination of the men, the active part played by the young members who were getting their first taste of such a struggle, and the support of wives who went out to work to help their menfolk continue the fight, are deserving of the applause of workers everywhere. On July 11th the seamen, cooks and stewards who had been on strike in sympathy with the watersiders, returned to work and the National Council of the Waterside Workers’ Union recommended branches in all ports to return to work.

The New Zealand Government is to seek an early dissolution of Parliament to test public opinion on its handling of the dispute. The leader of the opposition has charged the Government with fascism, dictatorship, opening mails, tapping telephones, suppression of free speech and freedom of assembly and other actions foreign to democratic government. This is denied by the Prime Minister (Manchester Guardian, 12.7.1951).

The outstanding lesson to be learned from this working-class struggle in New Zealand is that working conditions bitterly fought for and won through struggle on the industrial battlefield over the years can be wiped out, comparatively speaking, in a few minutes by those who control the political machinery. The political weapon is the dominant one and whilst it remains in the hands of the capitalist class no amount of struggle will free the workers from the yoke of capital. The same determined and heroic effort as our New Zealand fellow workers have recently waged, if directed towards gaining control of the political machine with a view to ending the wages system would solve all their economic problems. If only they would raise the cry, “Abolish the wages system” instead of making a modest demand for a tiny wage increase, then they would be heading towards a system free from lock-outs, strikes, poverty, atomic wars, ill housing, dictatorship, over-work and the host of other evils which beset them.

(This account of the recent New Zealand struggle has been compiled from information and material supplied by Comrade R. Everson of the Socialist Party of New Zealand.) OVERSEAS SECRETARY, SPGB (Socialist Standard, September 1951)

 Source: http://www.worldsocialism.org/nz/auckland/waterfront.htm

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