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PSA Propaganda Challenged

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PSA Propaganda Challenged

"The PSA Tax survey has no scientific value and is instead an ill-disguised piece of Labour Party propaganda," said Libertarianz Finance Spokesman Nikolas Haden. "The scenario presented was to have larger tax cuts at the expense of public service spending. Yet this is not a trade-off New Zealanders need to make."

According to the PSA, New Zealanders don't want to see cuts in high quality public service spending. "The Libertarianz Party challenges the PSA to identify where 'high quality' spending occurs in the following list of Government Departments, Agencies, Councils, Offices and Commissions."

"Few New Zealanders would miss the public services provided by these agencies," Mr Haden says. "Their abolition would be a great start towards removing the enormous waste of public money that is New Zealand's Nanny State."

Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand
Auckland/Waikato Fish and Game Council
Broadcasting Standards Authority
Broadcasting Commission
Building Controls
Central South Island Fish and Game Council
Child, Youth and Family
Commerce Commission
Creative New Zealand
Department of Building and Housing
Department of Conservation
Department of Internal Affairs
Department of Labour
Eastern Fish and Game Council
Electrical Workers Registration Board
Electricity Commission
Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority
Energy Safety Service
Environmental Risk Management Authority
Environment Bay of Plenty
Environment Canterbury
Environment Court
Environment Southland
Environment Waikato
Families Commission
Family and Community Services
Fish & Game New Zealand
Gambling Commission
Hawke's Bay Fish and Game Council
Heartland Services
Human Rights Commission
International Services
Investment New Zealand
Measurement and Product Safety Service
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
Ministry of Consumer Affairs
Ministry of Economic Development
Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs
Ministry of Social Development
Ministry of Tourism
Ministry of Women's Affairs
Ministry of Youth Development
Motor Vehicle Traders Register
National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women
National Health Committee
Nelson/Marlborough Fish and Game Council
New Zealand Climate Change Office
New Zealand Export Credit Office
New Zealand Game Bird Habitat Trust Board
New Zealand Geographic Board
New Zealand Historic Places Trust
New Zealand Sports Drug Agency
New Zealand Teachers Council
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
New Zealand Valuers Registration Board
North Canterbury Fish and Game Council
Northland Fish and Game Council
Office of Ethnic Affairs
Overseas Investment Commission
Otago Fish and Game Council
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
Personal Property Securities Register
Plant Variety Rights Office
Registrar of Unions
Removal Review Authority
Remuneration Authority
Residence Review Board
Southland Fish and Game Council
Sport and Recreation New Zealand
SPEaR
Taranaki Fish and Game Council
Takeovers Panel
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori
Te Mangai Paho
Te Matatini Society Incorporated
Tenancy Services
Toi Te Taiao: The Bioethics Council
Tourism New Zealand
Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Commission
UNESCO Secretariat for the New Zealand National Commission
Wellington Fish and Game Council
West Coast Fish and Game Council

"It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!"

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