I’m grateful to Grey Power Wanganui for hosting my meeting at the big War Memorial Hall on Thursday 28 March.
(I just need a volunteer to man that gun. :-))
The Wanganui Chronicle are planning a story, and the following radio ad will be running a total of 90 times on four Wanganui stations in the week prior…
30 second radio ad
GREY POWER PRESIDENT: Hi, Graham Adams, President, Grey Power Wanganui.
Do you agree with John Ansell that all New Zealanders should:
- have the same rights
- obey the same laws
- vote on the same roll
- and help those in need because of their need, not because of their race?
At 2pm on Thursday 28 March in the War Memorial Hall, hear John expose what he calls the ‘Treatygate’ fraud, and his solution to the appeasement policies of our government.
John Ansell, 2pm, Thursday 28 March, in the War Memorial Hall.
With those 90 spots, plus the newspaper story, plus a full page exhortation sent to 1300 Grey Power members — plus all you good people sending this link to all your friends 🙂 — Grey Power and I think we stand a good chance of filling the 350-seat Concert Chamber.
(It’s just a shame that the meeting is not at a time when the workers can make it. So if anyone wants to arrange a second meeting in the evening, I’m happy to stay over.)
For balance, Graham Adams tells me that Grey Power will also be hosting Peter Tennent of the Constitutional Advisory Panel at a meeting in July. I hope to attend that meeting too, and urge all Wanganui readers to join me.
But first, please start beating the drums about the 28th — two weeks from today. The next day is Good Friday, but let’s make it an Even Better Thursday.
A big thank you to Grey Power Wanganui for accepting the challenge of showcasing this important issue.
I now challenge all other Grey Power branches to do the same!