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Public Announcement from The Salvation Party of Aotearoa-NZ

A PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT FROM

THE SALVATION PARTY OF AOTEAROA-NEW ZEALAND

The Salvation Party of Aotearoa-NZ begins 2013 by, deciding to endorse the use of civil disobedience & direct action in its struggle against, the dark forces of the new world order & their doctrine of global hegemony.

The SPA urges all activists, radicals & patriots to support all efforts to bring about life affirming change & renewal, & calls for solidarity in the struggle against the deathly forces of darkness.

As the mainly foreign owned, mainstream media in Aotearoa/NZ, is largely responsible for upholding the status quo & perpetuating the new right globalization agenda, we also encourage all activists to;

Boycott the corporate media & refuse to provide them with fodder for their manipulative sound bites, thereby supporting a direct action campaign against their;

Self serving role in maintaining reality as they spin it to be & their practice of Stalinist like censorship against new ideas, unsanctioned inspiration, alternative solutions, & creative vision!!!

Today, the greatest challenge to our countries long term wellbeing is the compliant support given by our politicians, big business & the corporate media, to the unbridled advancement of the new world order global hegemony doctrine.

We believe, future proofing our nation against the negative influences of their neo-liberal globalization ideology, is an urgent priority.

Achieving this though will require nothing short of the radical overhaul of our constitution, & the bringing about of long overdue political, socio-economic & systemic renewal.

Of course, under current conditions such things will be almost impossible to achieve, but an appetite for wholesale change may emerge as a result of;

A significant sea change in the mindset of a majority of mainstream New Zealander’s (very unlikely);

Widespread societal breakdown, due to shortages of essential resources & rapidly deteriorating living conditions (definitely on the cards);

The emergence of a tangible external threat to our national sovereignty & destiny (it’s already happening) leading to an outbreak of nationwide solidarity (not evident as yet);

The temporary suspension of parliament, initiated by revolutionary forces dedicated to replacing our existing regime, with a broad based, government of national unity or salvation (not a bad idea). MJ Overton, January 2013, SPA, Christchurch.


ENDS


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