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You Say You Want A Revolution?

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You Say You Want A Revolution? The Revolution's Here!

Libertarianz leader Lindsay Perigo has hailed Libertarianz' eighth placing in the latest TVNZ-Colmar Brunton poll as signalling the beginning of the end for the corrupt political establishment as we know it & hate it.

"Politics as we know it is simply a legalised extortion racket," says Perigo. "Money is extracted from us by force, & used to pay power-lusting demagogues, elected by brainwashed voters to deny us our freedoms. The power-lusters come in various guises - National, Labour, Act, Alliance, New Zealand First, etc. - but one appellation fits them all: Nanny State. All seek to force us to live our lives in servitude to them.

The first-time appearance of Libertarianz in the party vote in this latest poll is the first significant indication that people are tumbling to the con job that these gangsters - whom I call the Molesworth Mafia - have perpetrated for decades, & are now recognising Libertarianz as the one true alternative. Which it is."

"It's a simple choice really," adds Perigo. "Nanny State in umpty-tum different guises wanting to steal your money & run your life - or we Libertarianz who won't steal anything & will leave you free to run your own life.

"And you know we're right!"

ENDS

For more information contact:
Lindsay Perigo
LIBERTARIANZ LEADER
Contact Libertarianz Media Coordinator on (025) 861 927,e-mail: organon@ihug.co.nz

* LIBERTARIANZ * More Freedom * Less Government * www.libertarianz.org.nz


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