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Ways to Support

April 30, 2008

Ploughshares in New Zealand needs a range of support: prayer, advocacy and money are all important ways that supporters can participate in the witness of Ploughshares.

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PRAYER: Karakia for peace, revelation and discernment are all essential prayers that people of faith can join us in.

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MESSAGES OF SUPPORT: Post messages on this website.

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ADVOCACY: We need people to learn and share more about the business and politics of war – to expose the powers that support the domination system and perpetuate military and economic violence against innocent people around the world.

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JOIN MAILING LIST: Click here to be added to our mailing list for occasional updates from the Ploughshares activists.

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FINANCES:

Donations can be made either:

By bank transfer: WestPac, Account Name: TE WAIRUA MARANGA TRUST, Account Number: 03-1703-0036346-04 – donations are not tax-deductible.

By cheque: please send your cheque payable to ‘Peace Movement Aotearoa – Special Projects’, with a note saying it is for Ploughshares Aotearoa, and your name and address (if you’d like a receipt) to Peace Movement Aotearoa, PO Box 9314, Wellington 6141.

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WRITE TO THE PRIME MINISTER:

Ask Helen Clark some of the following questions:

In terms of the questions remaining about Waihopai these are some of them:
  • Which governments do we share electronic communication interceptions with?
  • How many governments do we send electronic communication interceptions to?
  • How do we decide which governments to share electronic communication interceptions with?
  • Which governments and countries do we not spy on?
  • How many governments and countries do we not spy on?
  • How do we decide which governments and countries not to spy on?
  • Which governments do we receive electronic communication interceptions from?
  • Can and do other members of the intelligence networks we are involved with monitor NZ citizens?
  • How much public money has been spent on Waihopai since the government agreed to build it?
  • What contributions have other countries made to the facilities and staffing at Waihopai?

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Let us know if you want to support in any other way so we can share it with others – click here if you can offer any kind of support.

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