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Clark’s speech won’t save her, says People Power

Clark’s speech won’t save her, says People Power

A second attack on Prime Minister Helen Clarks Mt Albert Electorate office was carried out by People Power New Zealand on the morning of her “State of the Nation” speech, in protest against the Electoral Finance Act, and in active opposition to suppression of freedom of expression by the Labour Government of ordinary New Zealand citizens.

The quotes on the white brick read as follows:

“Repeal the EFA”

“No to Labour”

No to Fascism”

Retrospect THIS”

Viva Le Referendum”

“Your speech won’t save you”

The insidious nature of the EFA has already been exposed in the shutting down of the “Don’t Vote Labour” website, an action of citizen oppression more familiar to, and practiced within China, North Korea, Fiji, and Zimbabwe, as opposed to New Zealand.

And as for the “State of the Nation”?

Increased crime – reduced police powers and sentences.
High inflation / interest rates – reduced home ownership.
Increased Government election expenditure – reduced third party election participation.
Increased youth dysfunction – reduced powers of parents to discipline their children.
Increased bureaucracy – reduced service provision at the front line.

People Power NZ sincerely hope that more democracy-loving New Zealanders will eventually awaken and realise that the time has come for active civil disobedience and resistance to increasing state control, and take some democracy-defending action of their own.

“Citizen apathy in New Zealand has paved the way to a growing totalitarian state – if we do nothing to oppose this situation, then frankly, we deserve everything we get this coming election” said a spokesperson for People Power NZ.


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