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Warning Labels for Green MPs

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Warning Labels for Green MPs

A Libertarianz spokesman says Green MPs preparing for parliament have already demonstrated the need for their own warning labels: 'Warning. These politicians contain socialism - consumption or use of their ideas will be dangerous to you, your property, your family and your county's wealth. Even small doses can be toxic!'

"This warning," says Peter Cresswell, Libertarianz Environment Deregulation Spokesman, "is actually far more necessary to public safety than the GM labels they demand are put on food. Its pressing need was amply displayed on last night's Holmes Show."

"There are two wings to the environmental movement," notes Cresswell. "A free market wing, and an authoritarian wing. It is clear," he says, "which wing New Zealand's Green Party belongs to."

ENDS

For more information contact: Peter Cresswell LIBERTARIANZ SPOKESMAN FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DEREGULATION Phone: (025) 861927 E-mail: organon@ihug.co.nz

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