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Letter to the Editor: Neo-liberalism by incremental steps

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FROM:     "f.macskasy" 
SUBJECT:   letter to the ed
DATE:      Sat, 04 Jan 2014 12:28:44 +1300
TO:        "Dominion Post" letters@dompost.co.nz 

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The Editor
Dominion Post

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Key and Obama "play" golf - the rich and powerful continue
to “play” and plot, whilst the poor and powerless
continue to struggle on…

Oh, middle classes throughout the world, if only you raised
your heads from reality TV programming and your penchant for
non-stop shopping, long enough to look around you –
you’d be aghast at what our society has become…

Meanwhile, pressure must be applied to Labour to throw out
the TPPA should it be signed. This document cannot be
allowed to stand.

Otherwise the New Right; National; et al; will keep doing
these things each time they become government.
Neo-liberation by incremental, little steps.

Neo-liberalism cannot be rolled back, as new Labour leader
Cunliffe states, unless these things are undone at every
opportunity.

Labour must clearly state it’s position on this problem.

-Frank Macskasy
(Address & phone number supplied)

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  1. cirianz
    4 January 2014 at 1:48 pm

    Yes Labour. Eager potential Labour voters seriously want to know. Where do you stand on this?

    • Jo
      4 January 2014 at 1:58 pm

      Absolutely.

  2. Robyn
    4 January 2014 at 4:24 pm

    That golf game was just a meme wasn’t it?

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