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Anti-Capitalist Alliance Public Meeting Wellington

Public Meeting Wellington
Queens Birthday weekend

*Why we need a revolutionary alternative
*The current state of NZ society & politics
*Imperialism and revolution
*The Middle East & the need for solidarity

Speakers from Christchurch, Wellington & Auckland
-including Philip Ferguson from revolution
& Daphna Whitmore - Workers' Party of New Zealand

Sunday 2nd June 1pm - 5 pm
Aro Valley community centre
(Aro Street - off Willis St)


The Anti-Capitalist Alliance is a genuine socialist campaign which aims to provide an alternative to all the parties which want to simply administer capitalism.

We intend standing candidates in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Contact: Wellington Jared jrpsoc@xtra.co.nz Christchurch Phil plf13@it.canterbury.ac.nz. Auckland Daphna wpnz@clear.net.nz if you want to get involved.

The Anti-Capitalist Alliance platform

1. Opposition to all NZ and Western intervention in the Third World and all Western military alliances

2. Jobs for all with a living wage and shorter working week.

3. For the unrestricted right of workers to organise and take industrial action.

4. For the fullest democratic rights for workers and poor with no restrictions on their freedom of speech and political activity. For full equality for women and for Maori and other ethnic minorities, and gay men and women.

5. For working class unity and solidarity - open borders, full rights for migrant workers.

6. For a working people's republic.


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