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Archive for January 24th, 2008

Yet Another Victim of New Zealand Tourism

Posted by feww on January 24, 2008

Murdered in New Zealand in the Prime of Her Life

[Submitted by a guest writer]

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Karen Aim

Karen Aim, 26, a Scottish tourist, was found in a pool of blood, caused by a serious head injury, on a street corner in Taupo, New Zealand. She spoke with the responding officers and gave her name. It’s not known whether her life could have been saved had the authorities acted professionally. Karen’s body will be flown to Scotland and then by boat to her home in Orkney Islands.

Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Karen Aim. Their tragic loss was unnecessary and preventable. New Zealand is culture of extreme violence; NZ Government and the tourism mafia [industry] must be held accountable for each and every incidents of murder, rape, kidnap, assault and aggravated robbery perpetrated by their citizens against the unsuspecting tourists who are lured to the country by false advertising. [See links below.]

CASF Human Rights Team has previously 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 a gross underestimate, though it still means overseas visitors are 7 times more likely to be killed in New Zealand than in Australia.]

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470,000 Watch Hillary’s Funeral!

Posted by feww on January 24, 2008

Architect of World’s Highest Garbage Dump Bites the Dust!

[Submitted by a guest writer.]

About 414,000 people (ten percent of New Zealand’s 2-legged population) watched four hours of live coverage of Edmund Hillary’s state (!) funeral on a NZ TV channel, while another 55,500 watched a two-and-a-half hour long coverage on another channel, according to a report. [Edmund Hillary was one of the first people to glorify the littering of Mount Everest, the first steps in destroying one of Earth’s remotest ecosystem, and be praised for it.]

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Image and Source: Everest from Kala Patthar in Nepal

The procession also included two precious possessions, carried upon cushions by slow-stepping soldiers; a carved wooden walking stick and an ice-axe to sum up the adventurous spirit of Sir Ed, who died on January 11 of a heart attack, aged 88.

NOT a single viewer has yet volunteered to clean up the estimated 1,200 tons of garbage or remove the 150 or so dead bodies (at least 41 bodies lay on the north side of Everest alone!) that Hillary and his fellow conquistadors have since left behind.

About 921,780 liters of raw sewage were discharged into glaciers on Everest between 1921 and 1999, according to Junko Tabei, a female climber who reached the summit in 1975. Tabei conducted research on garbage left on the mountain for her master’s course thesis at Kyushu University in 1999.

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