"Thirteen children died in New Zealand during 2015 in similar circumstances. Their average age was three. Over half the victims were Maori, one of the most exploited layers of the New Zealand working class. In the final analysis, the abuse and neglect inflicted on young children is a product of staggering levels of poverty, social breakdown and family dislocation."So, there is no self-will available to this "most exploited class"; no access to feelings of humanity or compassion; no intellectual escape from the exploitative oppression.
Individuals are mere puppets.
So how is it that within this "most exploited class" a massive majority do not beat and kill their children? What makes them different?
The socialist explanation for the horrors that occur to some children is utterly deficient.
Apart from that, the paragraph's statistics hail from this report which also notes,
The most common cause of death for a child was a head injury, followed by asphyxia, which includes suffocation, strangulation and carbon monoxide poisoning.The circumstances of Moko's death were extraordinary. Protracted and unspeakable.