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    The Evil Of The Anti-Smacking Law Proved

    Thursday, November 26th, 2009

    Press Release: Thursday, 26 November 2009 Reformation  Testimony Dr. Garnet Milne, www.covenantedreformation.com garnetmilne@xtra.co.nz The Evil Of The Anti-Smacking Law Proved An analysis of Peter Hughes’ review The new law took away protection of a parent for disciplining his child. Formerly he was permitted by section 59 of the Crimes Act to discipline a child by […]

    Spot the difference!

    Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

    From Family First NZ e-newsletter Spot the difference! 6,000 bikers turned up at parliament and the government promised to act. 6,000 family members turned up in Queen St and only one politician turned up. What’s the difference? The only difference is the response! Got a comment on this issue? Email feedback@familyfirst.org.nz please respond to: feedback@familyfirst.org.nz

    6,000 join ‘March for Democracy’

    Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

    From Family First NZ e-newsletter 6,000 join ‘March for Democracy’ Protesters March on City NZ Herald Nov 21, 2009 READ MORE Herald on Sunday 22 Nov 09 READ MORE MEDIA COVERAGE: TV3 News WATCH HERE TV3 News Full Interviews with Bob McCoskrie, Colin Craig and Garth McVicar WATCH HERE TVOne News WATCH HERE NZ Herald […]

    John Qweasal, Prime Minister of NZ – in-depth Interview on smacking referendum

    Thursday, November 5th, 2009

    The March for Democracy will be held

    Thursday, October 29th, 2009

    The March for Democracy will be held 1.30pm Sat 21 November, Queen St Auckland Official Website : www.themarch.co.nz More details to come The ad campaign so far…. www.familyfirst.org.nz

    Barnardos Labels Marchers ‘Ignorant’!

    Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

    Barnardos Labels Marchers ‘Ignorant’! In an incredible outburst, Advocacy Manager for Barnardos Deborah Morris-Travers, who ran the Yes vote campaign at the recent election, has written to the NZ Herald and attacked the upcoming March for Democracy, saying that the march will ” mobilise the ignorant “! This is an example of the lack of respect that […]

    The March For Democracy

    Friday, October 23rd, 2009


    PUBLIC MEETING in Hamilton TONIGHT: ‘The way forward on Section 59’

    Thursday, October 8th, 2009

    PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT ‘The way forward on Section 59′ Tonight in  Hamilton , (and next week in Dargaville) you’re invited to a continuation of a series of meetings around the country…. Speakers * Bob McCoskrie – Family First – Target Real Child Abuse, Not Real Parents ( HAMILTON ONLY ) * John Boscawen – ACT MP […]


    Thursday, October 1st, 2009

    Campaign4Democracy Meetings coming up with John Boscawen, Bob McCoskrie and Larry Baldock in Tauranga, Hamilton, Dargaville, Lower Hutt and Bucklands Beach We are still working on finalising many aspects of the Campaign4Democracy and therefore do not have our logo and templates for communication ready as yet. This short update will give you some useful information […]

    Public meeting in Christchurch tonight 21 September 2009

    Monday, September 21st, 2009

    Hi All, Public meeting in Christchurch concerning the Anti-Smacking Law, see below for details. Unity for Liberty encourages all folk to attend these public meetings when they are in your area, I attended the first meeting in Auckland and found it extremely rewarding. If you are able could you please forward these details on to […]

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