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Old 22nd July 2020, 10:41 PM   #1
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China - NZ Conspiracy

When I read about this a couple of hours ago, my very first thought was that it's a ready-made CT.

Two Chinese nationals resident in NZ were travelling to Parliament to present a case to the government that the PRC/CCP is interfering in NZ and needs to stop.

On the way, their car crashed and caught fire, killing the pair of them.

https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/...s-killed-crash

How convenient!

However, a much more mundane theory is infinitely more likely - a driver unfamiliar with NZ's appallingly bad roads lost traction in the wet and skidded into oncoming cars. The road they crashed on is one of the country's worst and kills dozens of people every year, many in the exact same manner - failing to drive to the conditions.
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