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Well done Dame Margaret BAZLEY

Filed under: corruption,transparency — anticorruptionnz @ 11:53 pm

Within a week of transparency International  publishing  the statistics which show that New Zealand is  the least Corrupt , Dame Margaret blows the lid on corrupt  lawyers.

She has so hit the nail on the head.  These lawyers clog the courts  and if this is what they do with legal aid  imagine what they do with  clients who are not eligible  for assistance.

Middle income NZ have no right to justice  they don’t qualify for legal aid and  layers  fleece them on the way through    there is no accountability to truth in the courts  and he with the  deepest pocket  wins.

The law society  is a farce , the head of ethics  is a man who represented Botha an the truth and reconciliation  hearings  .The corruption from foreign countries has merely been transplanted  in New Zealand. When Lawyers become accountable to their own rules then we may progress to true accountability and transparency.

Dame Margaret you are  so brave for exposing it , I spoke up on  corruption  and it has destroyed my family-  all in an effort to keep the lid on corruption in NZ

I will soon expose how  the law society allows Lawyers to  slip through the  disciplinary  system.

Topics in my blog so far

Transparency in New Zealand

The religious connection

Lord of the Rings

The political connection




Why we cannot speak the truth

Filed under: Lord of the rings,transparency — anticorruptionnz @ 8:03 pm

Transparency in New Zealand is  such   that   no one dares speak the truth  , those who do  are beaten up for it.

This process appears to be supported by lawyers and judges  alike who do not give  the opportunity for the truth to be exposed.

Just last night on Chanel 7  a journalist said the same .

Not one of us can do this on our own  we all have to make a stand and say enough is enough. we are living a fiction-  we want reality.

One by one New Zealanders are picked off   sued and bankrupted ,   will you speak up only when it comes to your turn?

we have a lot to learn from animals  my favourite   example is in   Battle at kruger if only humans  could  collectively  get behind each other    then we can turn the lions back

Our world is not about  transparency  honesty and truth. Our  world is  about lies and deception and  it would appear  that those in power go all out to protect that.


Facing reality

Filed under: corruption,transparency — anticorruptionnz @ 3:20 am

Cold hearted orb that rules the night

Removes the colours from our sight

Red is gray and yellow, white

But we decide which is right

And which is an illusion       – moody blues

The logo on the Transparency International  web site ( ) says Corruption ruins Lives, How true.

Every day I see some one in my office who has been unfairly dealt to and has not had the ability or the right to address an injustice.

Concerned  with what I  am seeing  I took up the invitation  on  Transparency Internationals  web site  and  sent in my  dollars and my application to join.

The application  for transparency international TINZ Membership Form clearly states “  If not approved, the applicant will be advised in writing with the reasons why the application has not been successful.  “  so Imagine  my bemusement  when I receive  a simple one liner “The board of Transparency International (New Zealand) has considered your membership application and we are writing to advise that your application has been declined.”

I served in the New Zealand Police for 15 years, I was a prosecutor and a Sergeant for the past 5 years I have been a Licensed Private investigator specialising in verification. I believed that I had something to contribute with the  insight into lack of transparency which I encounter every day  and how I have personally found  that it   almost impossible to  question corruption in New Zealand   ( more on that later )

To me this raises serious issues with the organisation which just this week reported that NZ ‘least corrupt place on Earth’ .

Are we the least corrupt in the world or is it but an illusion ?

Please follow my blog as I  expose  the issues which  every day New Zealanders  face,  so that you  can  decide  which is right .

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