Something to go to in Auckland tonight

Written By: - Date published: 10:02 am, December 11th, 2008 - 1 comment
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We Won’t Pay for Their Crisis

Public Meeting convened by Socialist Aotearoa
with John Minto, Unite Union
Catherine Delahunty, MP Green Party
Frank Doleman, Socialist Aotearoa
and a wide representation of Auckland’s fighting left.

7pm Thursday Dec 11th
Auckland Trades Hall,
147 GreatNorth Road
Grey Lynn

www.socialistaotearoa.blogspot.com
021 1861450 solidarityjoe@yahoo.com

One comment on “Something to go to in Auckland tonight”

  1. Unaffiliated 1

    I went to the meeting, I offered my opinion that people are turned off of activist groups because they are seen as having no sense of humour. I told them about a letter I sent to John Key regarding his review of the science of climate change, an excerpt of which reads:

    “My only problem is that I think you are not taking this review of science far enough, In my opinion it should be extended to this hogwash I’ve been hearing about the shape of the planet.

    It doesn’t take a fancy University education to look out the window and see that the earth is plainly flat. It would seem that all these muddle headed “scientists’ lack even a modicum of common sense.”

    It went over quite well I was jokingly offered a position as their comedy columnist.

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