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Bogus Jeanette Fitsimmons PR Attacking Scientists


Ms Fitsimmons and the Green party of New Zealand are happy to know that we will now be able to force through new legislation in Parliment that will exile all Scientists to a small uninhabited island in the Pacific following the Montreal commisson findings.

Ms Fitsimmons has long beleived that all Scientists are an evil plauge on this country and is said to be happy at the opportunity to allow the New Zealand to step forward into the 19th century "with a sense of releif that silly old farts won't be resposible for curing many human diseases".

Ms Fitsimmons has now hired the same panel that she wishes to lead the Royal commisson on Genetic engineering (4 Market analyists, a garbage collecter, 3 lawyers and 5 supermarket checkout assistants as well as members from the the large oil/chemical sprays companies) to now lead her "organic" farming scheme, one of this prestigous group will ensure that all science experiments be destroyed.

Ms Fitsimmons is looking for more eco-terrorists to visit her website - www.greens.org.nz and to join the New Zealand green party, all interested parties are too email this address or reply via post to Hitmen

c/ The New Zealand Mafia Parliament buildings Wellington.

Ms Fitsimmons has listed her Royal commisson on Genetic engineering to be "on the top of her to do list" for the year 2000, much correspondence between Ms Fitsimmons and Phillida Bunkle of the Alliance has already taken place, and the bill should be passed by late June.

Ivor Biggun Press release secretary Ms Fitsimmons office.

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