Marama Davidson and Chloe Swarbrick on ending poverty

Written By: - Date published: 3:38 pm, September 15th, 2017 - 8 comments
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Video from the Green Party Facebook page:


The Green Party plans to end poverty.

8 comments on “Marama Davidson and Chloe Swarbrick on ending poverty”

  1. greywarshark 1

    So how did this go. I like the build up. Two supergirls with things to say. And remember the old maxim that you have you say things three times, before people absorb it. In NZ you have to say it three times before people even notice you are talking. Just sit in a line at the lights and count the seconds off before the first car moves off. It’s having all that milk as children I think. It all has to start with a
    m-o-oo-ooo-ve before the brain starts working.

    Great that Marama and Chloe are helping us see how to overcome the problems.

  2. adam 2

    For the rally they are speaking of will start at 2:30 7 Fair Mall Otara.

    Public transport: simplest option

    Catch a train to Papatoetoe station, then catch a bus, (the #31) to Otara township.

  3. Well , my son and I voted early , … both electorate vote Labour in a safe Labour seat , … party voted Green. First time party vote Green for me. So we’ve done what we could.

    And my nephew aged 19 ( first time voter ) from a family where the dad is National ,… well ,… him and his older brother are socially aware,… they will be going Labour by all looks :).

    Its time to give way to a new generation and its their future we are fighting for.

    So now its a wine and beer night . 🙂

    Oh ,… and PS:

    Fuck the globalists and the neo liberals !!!!

    … and just remember we are preventing what could potentially happen in the future if we don’t take steps to arrest this neo liberal trend now and that we still live in a blessed land. Lets preserve that this election while retaining the fighting spirit of those even worse off due to avarice and greed.

    The Wolf Tones-You’ll Never Beat the Irish – YouTube

  4. Stuart Munro 4

    Great work – I see the mature Green work on all the issues that are too hard for the other parties – and you make it look easy.

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