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IF YOU BELIEVE the SIS BULLCRAP …

Posted by te2ataria on February 24, 2010

sent by a reader; edited by TEAA and D.H.

Then you deserve being spooked by the dumbass toilet spies

But first know the 10 biggest threats to you, your family and the country

  1. Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, and Tsunami
  2. Climate Change
  3. Factory Farming
  4. Tourism
  5. Poverty
  6. Alcohol related violence
  7. Drug related violence
  8. Violence related to the sick, militaristic national psyche
  9. Unequal distribution of wealth which denies our kids a fair chance and drives them towards self-destruction
  10. The government (corporate/military firstism, police state, state terrorism, corrupt judiciary, crooked police …)

[Not necessarily in that order all of the time. ]

Can you see why people like Dr Nylons (see below) and their ridiculous fantasy-fiction tales are needed? They are there to scare and distract you from realizing your priorities.

We countered security threat: SIS

“New Zealand faced a security threat last year which was successfully countered by the Security Intelligence Service (SIS), a report presented to Parliament today reveals.” NZPA reported.

“We undertook successful counter terrorism operations which delivered important information about activities that posed a security threat,” said the NZ Stasi Chief [Director of Security Warren Tucker.]

Bullshit!

No one will believe your bullcrap, Dr Nylons, until you do a “9/11” and blame it on the foreign students.


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

I bet they are NOT going to back their fictitious claim by a single shred of evidence.

“The SIS, however, gives no details in its annual report other than a single sentence in a list of what it describes as its successes during the 2008/09 financial year that ended on June 30 last year.” The report added.

Hate to say I told you so!

The report says “24 domestic interception warrants” were in force, 14 of which were issued during the 2008/09 year, with 10 outstanding from the previous year.

“Action was taken under all domestic warrants during the year under review,” the SIS report said.

“Methods of interception and seizure used were telecommunications interception, listening devices [toilet spying] and the copying of documents [breaking and entering, snatching your attache case, and stealing your wallet.]”

The report claims [again without a shred of evidence] the information that were illegally obtained “materially contributed to the detection of activities prejudicial to security, or produced foreign intelligence essential to security, that was not likely to have been obtained by other means.”

[The report also fails to mention whose security it’s referring to, the wealthy Kiwis, the middle class, or the poor and dispossessed majority.]

“The Government Communications Security Bureau also presented its annual report but, like the SIS, gave few details of its operations.” NZPA said.

F*ck! Didn’t have the faintest we had this other ‘Government Communications Security Bureau.’ Are these the ones who urinate in Aussie wine bottles and put them back on supermarket shelves in the UK, and try to persuade tourists going to Oz to come to New Zealand, instead?

I had heard of people spamming internet forums about the “primordial beauty” of New Zealand [sic,] though had no idea who they were.

Time to own up Dr Nylons, Sir Bruce, which one you two b*stards hacked the 1080 page on Wikipedia?

“New Zealand’s security environment over this last year has changed significantly, becoming more complex and unpredictable,” said director Sir Bruce Ferguson.

“During this period the bureau continued to provide unique intelligence creating a decision-making advantage for the New Zealand Government, bringing a wide range of skills, products and services to bear on this goal.”

Sir Bruce reportedly asks for more money in his report, too, saying “financial constraints placed upon the bureau over this last year” which has made the challenges more daunting, he said, NZPA reported.

Dr Nylons, Sir Bruce, you belong in a museum!

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