Monday, 5 May 2008

Below is a press release from Time For Change/Reform

Please spare an hour of your time to show our goverment what you think of them and their GST.

Time For Change/Reform appear to be the only people actively trying to bring about change and reform to the current GST PARTY that are currently running our island (into the ground).

As things stand it looks like I will be voting for their candidates at the next elections. If you are unhappy with the present regime and don't vote then you only have yourself to blame. Something needs to be done about our "half wits and gangsters" and it needs to be done at the ballot box.

Our "island of secrets", our "culture of concealment" has gone on for too long and must be bought into the 21st century. The millionaires club who run our island are self serving nest featherers and can be stopped by people simply going to the ballot box.

Please show your is your democratic right!

Official Time4Change/Reform Press Release
Time4change/Reform have organised a demonstration to 'welcome' the arrival of GST to Jersey, this coming Tuesday, and are asking islanders to attend to show the States of Jersey how they feel about this tax. They are also calling on the Chief Architect of GST, Terry Le Sueur, and his 29 supporters in the States to attend and listen to what the people have to say.
Lieve Hodgetts, a spokeswoman for the group said, "We live in a democracy, albeit an imperfect one, so it is important that the 30 members of the 'GST Party' are reminded that they have brought in this pernicious tax against the will of the vast majority of people.
The rally will start with the names of the 30 members of the 'GST party' being read out loud, and flyers will be handed out of all the guilty politicians. There will be a proposal for the zero rating fof GST and failing that for exemptions to be put on foodstuffs, childrens' clothes and school books. We also hope to put an end to the myth that there are no viable alternatives to GST, and will be proposing a whole series of viable, fairer alternatives."
The rally which will take place from 12:30 - 1:30pm on Tuesday 6th May in the Royal Square, is expected to attract many workers in St Helier over the lunchtime period.

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