Newsletter No. 21 For 2010 From The NZ Climate Realists Against The ETS

Hello Climate Realists,

Activists, Neil & Esther Henderson

It’s been a hectic week as we prepare for the Fieldays, where we plan to garner support for the protest march in Wellington the following week, on the 22nd.

Plan for Fieldays:
Our truck is now a mobile billboard, sporting huge signs on three sides. Acknowledgement must be made to our three wonderful teenagers who have spent three days painting it.

Keep an eye out for it in a paddock somewhere near Mystery Creek!

******All of you who are attending the Fieldays and have offered to help out, please come and find us in the Rural Living Marquee, sharing a booth with the ACT Party*******.
We are still looking for more helpers over the four days so anyone else who is able to lend a hand, feel free to come along and volunteer your services.
Even if you are unable to help out, we would love to meet you and put faces to the names we have been emailing to for so long.
All the best, Neil and Esther
Plan for Wellington:
Meet at the Civic Square at 12.00pm.   Bring placards and banners
Those of you who have offered to assist with marshalling the crowd, please arrive a little early if possible and find us to collect your hi-vis jackets. Look for the orange hi-vis vests which the organisers will be wearing.
We commence our walk to Parliament at approximately 12.30.
Arrive 1.00pm to be met by a number of MPs-
invitations have been sent to all National and Act MPs but it remains to be seen who will actually attend.
A large card requesting the scrapping of the ETS will be handed over.
Speeches will follow.
Please encourage every person you know  who is opposed to the ETS, to attend this event. We need to have large numbers or Nick will feel that there is no real opposition to his plans.
For all the reasons to oppose the ETS, read Muriel Newman’s excellent column:
Thise of you who live in or near Wellington and are able to help Neil harrap distribute flyers abut the protest march, please contact him at:
Phone: 04 499 1212
Mobile: 027 499 1212
Nick Smith will be at the Te Aroha Hall 7:30 pm 16th June.    Apparently his presentation is very slick and we have been advised to have any questions written down and to present them slowly and clearly so that he has to answer them.



On another note the PM is speaking to Grey Power Blenheim 24th 1pm ..Clubs of Marlborough ..members card required.
With regards


Great opportunity for those of you in or near Invercargill to protest: Stand outside with placards, or obtain a seat indoors and ask those good questions!

New Zealand’s Prime Minister, the Hon John Key MP, is to participate in a two-hour session as part of Federated Farmers National Conference on Friday 25 June.  It marks the first time Federated Farmers National Conference is being held in Invercargill.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for farmers and Southlanders to spend quality time with our nation’s leader,” says Don Nicolson, President of Federated Farmers.

“While the Prime Minister’s luncheon is the centerpiece of our final day, the Prime Minister has kindly agreed to stay on for almost two-hours in order to mix with farmers and our guests.

“Given this is quality time Federated Farmers, in another first, is making seats available to non-delegates.  Details of which, can be obtained by calling 0800 FARMING (0800 327 646)

“As the Prime Minister speech will be about ‘challenges, opportunities, success’, incidentally our conference theme, I am certain those who attend will get an invaluable insight into the direction New Zealand is taking.

“Moreover as Southland is my home province, Federated Farmers wishes to show the Prime Minister how agriculture has formed an integral part of Southland’s economic renaissance,” Mr Nicolson concluded.

Hi —  Here we go again – more nonsense from the idiots at the UN.  A lesser consumption of animal products is necessary to save the world from the worst impacts of climate change, a UN report says.
Sorry folks, agriculture is the largest sector of  New Zealand’s tradeable economy and accounts for about two-thirds of our exports.  While there are only 4 million Kiwis, we have 39.5 million sheep, 4..5 million beef cattle, 5.2 million dairy cattle and 1.6 million deer.
As the Asian economies grow, let’s hope they buy heaps more of our meat and dairy products.  —  Bob.


About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is really going on, not that promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media.
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One Response to Newsletter No. 21 For 2010 From The NZ Climate Realists Against The ETS

  1. mike says:

    Is it true that under the ETS all cattle must be injected with Monsanto growth hormones?

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