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More Private Campaigning Material

More Private Campaigning Material

This full-page newspaper advertisment was authorised by Selwyn Pellett, an Auckland businessman who has said he had no alliance to Labour. His two full-page advertisements are understood to have cost him around $25 000.


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The remaining images are of pamphlets received this week, understood to have been distributed by the Exclusive Brethren.

Scoop has some images of earlier Brethren pamphlets: See Scoop Receives anti-Green, -Labour pamphlets and April "Wake-Up Call" a Brethren Campaign

"SENIOR CITIZENS"


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"ARE YOU REALLY SAFE"


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"HEALTHCARE: Who Cares" (Part 2)


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"CLAIM YOUR SEAT TO WATCH THE ALL BLACK ACTION"


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"Who has the foresight and credentials … ?"


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"BEWARE!" (Part 2)


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