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FULL COVERAGE: Don Brash & The Excl. Brethren

FULL COVERAGE: Don Brash & The Excl. Brethren

Letter From Elsewhere: The Brethren Problem - If you're reading this, you will certainly know by now that the Exclusive Brethren are running a hugely expensive anti-Green, anti-Labour, pro-National-in-everything-but-name leaflet smear campaign, which Don Brash has now belatedly admitted he knew about and enthusiastically welcomed. Two more leaflets are being delivered this week. See... Brash and the Brethren: The Real Problem
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    "I Knew They Were Going To Issue Some Pamphlets Attacking The Government" - Don Brash

    Listen to clip - Download(81k) - This morning, when interviewed by Noelle McCarthy on Auckland's BFM, National Leader Dr Don Brash confirmed that he had met with the Exclusive Brethren who are behind an anti-Labour and anti-Green Party campaign. The leaflet campaign, which is already estimated to have cost half a million dollars, is expected to continue next week. Dr Brash: "I knew they were going to issue some pamphlets attacking the Government. And I said 'that's tremendous - I'm delighted about that because the Government is lousy and should be changed.'" See… Dr Brash Confirms Knowledge Of Pamphlets. See also…. NEWSFLASH Confusion Over Pamphlet Policy In National Party - Did Don Brash Lie To His Deputy Leader, OR Didn't Gerry Brownlee Ask Him?
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  • 95bFM - Noelle McCarthy & Brash - Full interview (m3u)
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  • Labour - Brash caught lying over Brethren pamphlets
  • PPTA - Desperate attempt to divert attention

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Pamphlet BFM Callers Say Exclusive Brethren Building Nats Billboards - Russell Brown Writes: I don't normally post twice in a day, but I've just had two callers to my 95bFM show - one a workmate, the other an estranged family member - emphatically inform me that members of the Exclusive Brethren have been putting up National Party billboards ... See... Hard News 7/9/05: This just in ... and Public Address 07/09/05 - What A Cult!
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  • Alastair Thompson - Scoop Audio: Mallard Talks Memos & Dirty Tricks
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  • Scoop Video - Greens Victim Of Dirty Tricks Campaign
  • Green Party - Exclusive Brethren secret backers of Nat's
  • Green Party - Complaint Laid Over Smear Campaign
  • Green Party - Dirty Tricks Pamphlet Author Won't Front
  • Green Party - Greens Challenge Parties To Disown Dirty Tricks
  • Green Party - Smear campaign not so Christian

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  • National - Unions must back off, warns Brownlee
  • ACT - Clark's leader's fund paid for red pledge card
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