A Series of Unfortunate Events

Unfortunate events have dogged New Zealand this past week or so. But were they just coincidences?

Martin Harris 22/6/24

It all began with a rather important visitor. Li Qiang, the CCP Premiere, on his whirlwind tour of the Pacific region, came to have some words with our PM. Naturally, much of what was said, was said behind closed doors. But with the world the way it is right now, New Zealand is performing a precarious balancing act.

It also seems Mr Qiang does not permit questions form the media:

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon defends decision to let Chinese Premier Li Qiang avoid media questions | Stuff

“When Stuff tried to ask Premier Li about China’s foreign interference in New Zealandas revealed in Stuff Circuit documentary ‘The Long Game’, an official from New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs held the reporter’s shoulder and said “no” multiple times.”

The mood following the Premiere’s visit seemed rather lukewarm. This author pointed out that should we displease our largest trading partner, all manner of tragedies could befall us.

To further complicate matters, Luxon went from handshakes with Premiere Qiang to a potentially very productive visit to Japan. One can imagine this would not sit well with China. at all. On the agenda, among trading opportunities, was a strengthening of military ties. The mood during and after the visit seemed rather upbeat. But it didn’t start that way.

The ageing NZ Air Force 757 has been the subject of some controversy as it has broken down a number of times, yet, for this important trip to Japan with our PM and a delegation of businessmen and politicians, the AF techs went over the plane with a fine-tooth comb, did their maintenance work, and everyone was assured the 757 would not break down this time. It did.

The breakdown of the PM’s ride dominated the headlines for a day or two: Rather embarrassing and not a good look. But nevertheless, Luxon and his team got there.

And then a pylon fell over. Not just any pylon, but a major power supply to the upper North Island.

Transpower says a pylon falling over is the cause of the outage.

The fallen pylon that cut power to nearly 100,000 properties. Photo: Supplied / Kawakawa Electrical Ltd

“We were doing some work on the tower yesterday, unfortunately the tower fell over. It’s a 220 kilovolt supply up to Northland, so a big supply line carrying two circuits … both circuits were taken out” says Transpower chief executive Alison Andrew.

How does such a piece of vital infrastructure just “fall over”?

But that’s not all. Oh no. There’s more. Our Kiwirail Interislander ferry, another rather vital bit of infrastructure, ran aground. lost its steering. How could this have happened? especially since the ferry had just undergone extensive maintenance work including a “brand new steering mechanism” and upgrades to “a number of systems” according to Interislander executive general manager Duncan Roy.

The Interislander ferry Aratere ran aground just outside Picton at around 9.45pm last night. (Source: 1News)

Unfortunate. All very unfortunate, and one after another in such a short space of time.

Now, you’ll have to forgive the author, yet again, for being a “conspiracy theorist”, but does one notice a common thread running through these unfortunate events? Like recent maintenance for instance? And all following a somewhat sombre visit by a CCP representative who avoids questions about his country’s meddling in NZ’s affairs?

Sabotage? I never mentioned sabotage. perish the thought.


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Martin Harris

I have a lovely partner and 3 very active youngsters. We live in the earthquake ravaged Eastern Suburbs of Christchurch, New Zealand. I began commenting/posting on Uncensored back in early 2012 looking for discussion and answers on the cause and agendas relating to our quakes. I have always maintained an interest in ancient mysteries, UFOs, hidden agendas, geoengineering and secret societies and keep a close eye on current world events. Since 2013 I have been an active member of theCONTrail.com community, being granted admin status and publishing many blogs and discussion threads. At this time I'm now helping out with admin and moderation duties here at Uncensored where my online "life" began.

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