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Monday, 21 April 2014



NLP Euro-Election Campaign Creates New Voting Dynamic.
THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY is leading the way in the Euro-Elections by creating a entirely new voting dynamic. As readers will be aware, we are using the Euro-Elections to campaign on the theme of Self-Determination For All!

Our campaign for self-determination is unique, innovative and revolutionary. And as self-determination applies to everyone, the NLPs candidates represent different racial, ethnic, national and religious groupings.

As well as raising a voice for captive nations we also want to challenge the attitude of the establishment parties who’re content to promise voters the earth but who never deliver! We feel that it’s time for the voters of London (both indigenous English and various ethnic minorities) to teach the Tories, Labour and Lib-Dems a lesson. We’re fed up of them treating us simply as ‘voting fodder’ and we’re fed up with them taking us for granted.

In contrast to the establishment parties and politicians (who many Londoners view as wide boys and shyters) the NLP is offering something positive to vote for and work towards: Self-Determination for all!

However, let’s not fool ourselves. In calling for self-determination we’re stepping on the toes of some very powerful individuals and regimes. There are many people with a vested political or economic interest in Super States and Empires. And they will do anything to smear our young movement and eight brave candidates.

The ‘Left’ and ‘Right’ are not going to be too happy either. So we should ready ourselves to be called (and be accused of) everything under the sun – and more. After all, our ‘lords and masters’ are used to having their cake – and eating it! Neither do they like to be lectured on subjects like national freedom and social justice. Their attidude is ‘do as I say, not as I do.’ They’ll hate our calls for self-determination and direct democracy. They’ll also hate our commitment to social justice – evident in our promise that any NLP MEP will donate a portion of their salary to ‘good causes’.

Help the National Liberal Party in its Euro-Election campaign to promote Self-Determination for all! You can do this by:

• Viral out this YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJVSPQ0-y00 by liking and sharing it on Facebook. Also don’t forget to link to it and RT it as well! Also ask your friends, relatives, neighbours and workmates to do the same.

• Check out this Twitter feed @Self_Determ_Day and RT all Tweets!

• Sign up for our Self-Determination Day Bulletin. We hope to be producing it on a weekly basis. It will provide activists with details on how to promote our campaign via social media. To get hold of issue 1 of the Self-Determination Day Bulletin simply e-mail: natliberal@aol.com
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This Easter … Put Local Shops FIRST!

The NLPs new full-colour A5 Shop Local leaflet says that local shops are vital to the community.

The NLPs new full-colour A4 Shop Local poster.

THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY has launched the latest stage of its ‘Shop Local’ campaign. Timed to coincide with Easter (weekend of 18-21st April), our outreach material includes a new full-colour A4 poster and a double-sided full-colour A5 leaflet.

As can be seen, both the poster and leaflet feature our latest ‘Shop Local’ slogan: This Easter … Put Local Shops FIRST!

The NLP leaflet explains why local shops are under threat:

High business rates, the recession, excessive red tape and the growth of out-of-town superstores have forced many local shops to close down.

It goes on to note that small shops are absolutely vital to the local community. This is expecially so for if you are “elderly, young mothers and those without public or private transport.” Local shops also provide the setting for neighbours and friends to meet, thus providing the ‘glue’ which binds communities together.

Those who’d like to see their local shops survive – and prosper – can help our ‘Shop Local’ campaign by following these three simple steps:

1. E-mail natliberal@aol.com and ask for FREE pdf copies of both our Put Local Shops FIRST! poster and leaflet. Print a few of each and distribute them around your area – and don’t forget to give your local shopkeeper a copy of both! Also, send on both pdfs to your friends, realtives and work colleagues and ask them to do the same.

2. Copy this article and put it on your Facebook page. Ask all of your Facebook friends to like and share it!

3. Copy the link to this article and put it on your Twitter account. Ask your followers to RT it.
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NLP Euro-Election Manifesto Out now!

The NLPs European Manifesto – calling for Self-Determination For All! - is now available!

THE NATIONAL LIBERAL PARTY – in association with Nations without States – has issued its Manifesto for the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament. And the five page document calls upon voters in London (where the NLP is standing) to vote for Self-Determination on May 22.

The Manifesto notes that many people have settled in London as it represents a ‘safe haven’ from repressive foreign regimes who have denied their people the right to self-determination:

“ … Within that mix there are many peoples who, or their families, escaped persecution, discrimination or worse, in their homeland, because they dared support a desire to determine their own governance, something we take for granted here in the UK.”

It also notes that:

“Struggles for SELF-DETERMINATION and freedom, liberty and human rights directly affect and define the lives of many settled and substantive communities in London – the Tamils, the Sikhs, the Kurdish, the Kashmiri and many more.”

(The NLP Manifesto estimates that there at least 200,000 Sikhs in London, 100,000 Tamil, 80,000 Kashmiri, 60,000 Kurds, and perhaps some 200,000 others from smaller Diasporas who could well fall within this category.)

The NLP is up front in admitting that many of the world’s problem stem from the old British Empire. Here, many people had been forced to live within artificial borders with very different peoples and sometimes were even divided by these borders.”

With this in mind, the Manifesto goes on to state that “Britain has a moral responsibility to help put right a wrong of their making.”

In a case of Unity Through Diversity, the NLPs candidates represent different racial, ethnic, national and religious groupings. However, they all share a political outlook and have come together to work for the common good. In this case, if elected, they’ll be promoting the cause of self-determination for all nations (including England!) in the EU parliament.

Whilst the bulk of the European Manifesto discusses self-determination, it also features two important pledges:

• Following the lead of Swiss-style referendums, any NLP MEP will endeavour to gauge the views of voters through the use of voting banks via internet petitions and social media. The results will help dictate how they will vote on non-self-determinist

issues in the European Parliament.

• Additionally, a proportion of any NLP MEP’s salary would be redistributed to ‘good causes’.

Future European-election related articles will reproduce sections of the NLP Manifesto – the contents of which can then be debated online. In the meantime, to get hold of your copy simply e-mail natliberal@aol.com and ask for your FREE pdf copy – or download the Manifesto by clicking on the banner towards the top of our home page.

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