March To The US Embassy In Wellington - Thursday
OPPOSE THE WAR: MARCH TO THE US EMBASSY IN
MEET AT THE
The time has come to
show your opposition to the bombing of Afghanistan. Do this
by joining the March from the Cenotaph up Mulgrave St on
Thursday 1 November at 5pm.
The opposition to the war is
building fast, and we want to make this a huge march to show
that New Zealanders do not support the war.
Civilians are being killed and or made into refugees. The
purpose of this march is to demand that the US pursues a
peaceful solution to the current strife and that our
Government does not send any military support to assist in
the bombings. We demand justice, not revenge.
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