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Sunday, 23 February 2014

The Great Northern Movement

Greetings All

We have had a great week end with not only our meeting in Auckland but also continued activity around the country.

So to start with We will announce the opening of our Stratford Unit in Taranaki, Clayton the unit leader was Oathed in Hamilton Friday night. He has three others joining this unit and they have already proven to be highly motivated and active. Welcome to the fold...

One of our main events in this area is when we can get a meeting going in Auckland with Hamilton and other close by people.
This time we were meeting with Allies and our new members in the Auckland area. In this event we talked about the importance of action, and that to not act is like being the same as all the other people who sit back and let the issues happen. Auckland is behind enemy lines and it must be the centre of some resistance.

We talked about the upcoming plans and made the commitment to not only do covert resistance in the greater Auckland area but also Frontline protest in the future drawing on activists from other areas. We will talk in more detail on our sites about these meetings.

To top this event off we swore in a few more members, first in Hamilton and then a hand full in Auckland topping up the Northern Wolves membership. The establishment of a main Auckland Unit and a Southern Auckland (rural) Unit was completed. A new membership structure is underway and the injection we need in this area has been shot in. So now we just have to continue. The level of motivation for both Auckland and Hamilton was intensified and many said they felt a new power to work in this cause. nearly 1000 flyers were given out for distribution in AK and we have already been told members have started the delivery of these.

Our Auckland membership base is made up of a Variety of people and we are proud to have one of the only Nuclear Physicists in New Zealand now in our membership.

In other areas, flyers have been roped in Waimate this week end, posters have been done in Masterton and Levin (photos will be up soon).


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