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A new political initiative from SPA

A new political initiative from SPA

The Salvation Party of Aotearoa-NZ (SPA)

Campaigns for the Establishment of A Peoples “Vision Aotearoa-NZ Council”



Over the next decade, safeguarding Aotearoa/NZ from the detrimental effects, of the downfall of our unsustainable civilization & way of life, will not only become a high priority, but an absolute
necessity.

This means that in order to survive a global meltdown, & ensure the long term wellbeing of our people, we will have no choice but to become an innovative, self reliant & sustainable nation.

To do though will only be possible, when the fundamentals & systems that underpin our nation, have been transformed & renewed in a comprehensive manner.

As many will find the prospect of such change & renewal daunting, it may be helpful to see it as an exciting opportunity to come of age as a nation, while transforming our way of life for the better.

The Salvation Party of Aotearoa-NZ holds the view, that this renewal process should begin as soon as possible, which has led us to launch a campaign to establish a people’s council/assembly to further this objective.

Members of this council, representing all walks of life & sectors of our society, would contribute to shaping a long term vision for A/NZ & developing a road map, for societal transformation & the constitutional & systemic renewal of our nation.

The SPA is of the opinion that a good name for this national assembly could be (The Peoples) “Vision Aotearoa-New Zealand Council” (VANZC), but this is up for debate.

The SPA, in collaboration with others, is in the process of organizing a meeting for early in the New Year, for the purposes of establishing & furthering the progress of this council.

If you would be interested in supporting this campaign, or attending this meeting & participating in this process, then contact us as soon as possible.

MJ Overton, SPA, ChCh 2012:

Email: salvationparty_anz@yahoo.co.nz
Facebook: The Salvation Party of Aotearoa-NZ:
Website: salvationpartyaotearoa.weebly.com

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