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Greetings Citizens of New Zealand,

By now, you are aware of the transgressions made against you by the party members you have elected to represent your best interests.

By now, the word has spread about the corruption that reaches around the world and comes to your door. Into your home. Listening to you every call. Monitoring your every text. Reading your every form of digital communications.

By now, you are starting to feel the ever tightening grip of oppression.

By now, you know it is no longer a conspiracy theory

You see it on the television. You hear it on the radio. You read it in your daily paper. The threat is real. It is all around you.

By now, you know that we are fighting as we speak to unite our fellow citizens. Only in a single voice can we hope to make a difference. Only in a single voice can we hope to be loud enough to drown out the voice of the politicians that hope to keep you blinded and subservient.

As a part of the initiation of operation kiwi freedom, we have gathered intelligence on some of those who are responsible for the passing of the GCSB amendment act:

John Phillip Key
Peter Dunne
John Archibald Banks
Bill English
Christopher Francis Finlayson
Paula Bennett
Eric Roy
Ian McKelvie
Colin King
Dr Nick Smith
Judith Collins
Anne Tolley
Claudette Hauiti
Jacqui Dean

Fellow Anonymous members, you know what to do. Citizens of New Zealand send them your love.

This is just the beginning.

In the time of the Harvest Moon.
The flightless bird will spread its wings.

On the anniversary of Helios's fury.
The southern lights awoke to send a message.

On a certain day, when two hands reach for the sky.
Destruction will come cloaked, after a time of celebration.

Mars predicts war, it's too late.
On the anniversary of animal sacrifice, the two-horse chariots race.

A beacon of truth will light the way.
Illuminating the growing darkness, in a place we call our home.

Banding together is the only option. United as one, divided by zero.
Let our voices be heard aloud, we shall not be oppressed.

This struggle is not yours alone, but for the whole of mankind.
For as long as there is one of us standing, we are legion.

Join us in the fight for freedom in New Zealand.



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