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New Zealand Online Action to Stop the War

You are invited to an online Discussion Group to assist in New Zealand's opposition to US led attacks on Afghanistan (and other states). There is an associated a Website which will link to information, news, comment, images and stories.

The purpose of these online ventures is to contribute to the New Zealand effort to stopping the war, including sharing information about changing NZ foreign policy, meetings, campaigns and actions. Discussion can focus on NZ's international position and the possibility of continuing the leading role established with it's nuclear-free policy and anti-apartheid actions.

DISCUSSION

All points of view that contribute to "New Zealand Action to Stop the War" are welcome.

Join the New Zealand Action to Stop the War mailing list, send an email to nzstopwar-subscribe@topica.com

Archives at http://www.topica/lists/nzstopwar/read

WEB The website will update regularly with annotated links to relevant items and websites especially those related to the NZ context. It will also have permanent links to useful NZ and international sites.

http://www.psybernet.co.nz/nzstopwar/

Please email me with items for the website,

walter@psybernet.co.nz

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I have set up this website and forum because of my concerns about the war and especially the NZ support for the US bombings. The war must stop. New Zealand people and government can have a part in that.

I am committed to keeping the website up-to-date and contributing to informative, purposeful civil discussion in the group. I am not affiliated with any political group, party or organisation.

Please forward this to interested people.

Walter Logeman, Christchurch walter@psybernet.co.nz


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