Tuesday, 28 March 2017

National Liberal Party – From The Liberty Wall – Nations without States

WHAT MUST BE DONE: The Organising Committee of Nations without States – Jagdeesh Singh, Graham Williamson and Sockalingam Yogalingam – are determined that 2013 will see NwS move up a couple of gears! They will be organising meetings, talks, publications, demonstrations and much, much more.

What Must Be Done will be issued on a regular basis (this is the second ‘issue’) and will take the form of a publically-available organising bulletin. This is the second ‘issue’ of What Must Be Done. All NwS supporters are asked to read – and more importantly – act upon the instructions detailed below.
CALEDONIAN VOICE. ISSUE 1 – HARD COPY: Supporters of Nations without States may be interested in getting hold of issue 1 of Caledonian Voice. Although not an official NwS publication – it is the ‘Voice of the National Liberal Party in Scotland’ – it would be of particular interest to Scots and the various Diaspora living there.

Those interested in self-determination and freedom will also find it of great interest – particularly as it promotes the idea of Devo-Max. This is where several closely-related nations agree on a policy of ‘unity through diversity’. Here, each nation has its own sovereign parliament. However, they also agree to have a co-operative ‘inter-national’ parliament which will deal with common matters like defence and foreign affairs.

100 copies of Caledonian Voice cost £3.00 (in the UK only). Caledonian Voice is a double-sided A4 full-colour glossy publication which can be handed out to friends, relatives and workmates, distributed in the street or leafleted door-to-door with.

To get hold of CV, simply send a cheque or Postal Order (made payable to the NLP) to the National Liberal Party, PO Box 4217, Hornchurch, Essex, RM12 4PJ.

CALEDONIAN VOICE. ISSUE 1 – PDF COPY. As Caledonian Voice is printed on glossy paper it’s very expensive to post abroad. However, supporters of Nations without States who live outside of the UK can still get hold of a copy! Simply e-mail Graham Williamson at nationswstates@aol.co.uk or send him a Private Message via Facebook – and ask for your FREE pdf copy of Caledonian Voice.

FREEEDOM. ISSUE 1 – HARD COPY. We just have a few copies of issue 1 of Freedom left. This is the Street Paper of Nations without States. It’s written in a very basic and easy to understand style and serves as an ideal introduction to the subject of Self-Determination and freedom.

This first issue notes that in Britain we’re lucky as we can openly attack the likes of the EU for interfering in our internal affairs. However, others are not so lucky. Some people are not even allowed to discuss their identity. If they do they’re chucked into jail – or even killed! For instance, the Tamils in Sri Lanka, Sikhs in

India or the Matabele in Zimbabwe are denied what we expect as a right.

Freedom states that We all have the right to demand self-determination. We all have the right to be free. And we all have the right to run our own countries as we want to – without outside interference.”

Like Caledonian Voice, Freedom is a double-sided A4 full-colour glossy publication which can be handed out to friends, relatives and workmates, distributed in the street or leafleted door-to-door with. For details of costs and availability of issue 1 of Freedom, Simply e-mail Graham Williamson at nationswstates@aol.co.uk or send him a Private Message via Facebook

FREEEDOM. ISSUE 1 – PDF COPY. As Freedom is printed on glossy paper it’s very expensive to post abroad. However, supporters of Nations without States who live outside of the UK can still get hold of a copy! Simply e-mail Graham Williamson at nationswstates@aol.co.uk or send him a Private Message via Facebook – and ask for your FREE pdf copy of Freedom. Alternatively, NwS supporters can either click on the Files section of the NwS Facebook page or check out http://mpr.io/new-horizon.html

FREEEDOM. ISSUE 2. Look out for news about issue 2 of Freedom. This issue is designed to highlight – as simply as possible – the suffering of different nations and peoples whose only ‘crime’ is to demand Self-Determination and freedom.
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