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“Pakuranga under Siege – this weekend”

12th July 2005

“Pakuranga under Siege – this weekend”

Bishop Brian Tamaki will be speaking in the Pakuranga Community Hall on Saturday July 16th at 7.30pm. Invited guest speaker will be Destiny NZ Party Leader Richard Lewis, who will also introduce local Pakuranga Candidate David Jesze.

“After all the hype about the censoring of “Nation Under Siege” DVD it is great that people in and around Howick and Pakuranga have the chance to hear from Bishop Tamaki himself. While the tour currently is still moving around the North Island, it will hit Auckland next week and the momentum is building daily; so we are expecting a full house”, says David Jesze.

“We have had a great response so far. The Nation under siege DVD and tour has exposed the hidden agenda that the Labour-led government has been pushing since they came to power. Most New Zealanders do not want their children growing up in this anti-family environment; hence this tour is a call to action.
Letter writing and lobbying of politicians has not been successful and parties we voted into parliament have let us down, hence Destiny NZ was launched to protect, empower and prosper the family”, Mr. Jesze adds.

“No other party carries traditional family values like Destiny New Zealand. When all is said and done, it’s not really about politics, but about people. As a committed husband and father of two children I am passionate about making a stand for our families and the next generation”, concludes Mr. Jesze.

For details on the event or to download the “Nation under Siege” DVD visit www.bishoptamaki.org.nz

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