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URGENT REMINDER! MARCH/RALLY: Budget 2011 United Against Asset Sales/Cuts. SAT. 28 May 12 noon Auckland! DON’T CUT OUR FUTURE!

MARCH/RALLY: Budget 2011
United Against Asset Sales/Cuts.
12 noon, Sat 28th May, QE2 Square, Bottom of Queen St, Opposite Britomart.
please distribute to your email lists,newsletters facebook, twitter, txt and talk to your friends, groups and neighbours.

From Asset sales(electricity and more), food prices to Govt cuts.Student loans and Low wages.Civilised society is under threat.
“When good people lay idle, evil prospers”.
Stand up NZ before it’s to late!
Coalition for Social Justice.
(members of community groups, churches, unions et al)
ph:09 8366389, 021 2106720,
Meredydd Barrar (spokesperson)
A new group has been formed called the Coalition for Social Justice. Its aim is to organise concerns within local communities around the governments Budget proposals and their implications for ordinary New Zealanders
Spokesperson Meredydd Barrar says, “Asset sales  cuts to working for families, Kiwi Saver, student loans and general austerity measures are not working in the interests of the majority of kiwis who are struggling to make ends meet.
“The Coalition is made up of members of community groups, people from religious organisations and unions. Our aim is to promote social justice.
We are organising a MOBILISATION of ordinary Kiwis on SATURDAY 28TH MAY 12pm QE2 Square, bottom of Queen st, Auckland City (see attachment). Also more action as the election campaign develops.
New Zealanders are angry about GST, milk prices and secret Trade deals, cuts to Early Childhood education and privatisation of electricity…Aswell as PPP’s for shcools and other public services.. l
Meredydd Barrar, spokesperson says, “Enough is enough. Recent government announcements about cuts and a Budget that will certainly condemn the majority of New Zealanders to relative poverty is not acceptable. Children and struggling families as well as students looking to further their higher education will be penalised”.
There is a latent anger in New Zealand at the moment. We aim to translate it into action.
Policies of cut backs and austerity measures will increase the gap between rich and poor which is already the 6th highest in the OECD. We believe this is unacceptable and uncivilised.
New Zealanders deserve better than an economic philosophy that only seems to make bankers, corporates and speculators richer.
Meredydd Barrar

May 26, 2011 - Posted by | Fighting corruption in NZ, Fighting water privatisation in NZ, Human rights

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