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Bishop Tamaki's Nation under Siege Tour Launched

Published: Wed 22 Jun 2005 09:50 AM
‘Nation under Siege’ launched in Tokoroa
Bishop Tamaki launched his ‘Nation under Siege’ tour in Tokoroa last night.
Speaking to a packed hall at Tokoroa High School, the Bishop told locals that it was time to bring issues of morality back into the political arena.
“I would not have done this expose except that we are facing unprecedented anti-family legislations and a blatant rejection of God and His ways. I am deeply concerned for our children and the future generations to come. So I am taking this message on the road to create awareness over these critical issues,” says Bishop Tamaki.
Bishop Tamaki has produced a 30 minute DVD expose that is handed out free of charge to all who attend the public meetings. The controversial message, aimed primarily at the Christian community, details (1) A government gone evil (2) A radical homosexual agenda (3) The media – a modern day witchcraft and (4) the retreat of religion.
The tour arrives in Rotorua today (Wednesday 22nd June) with a 7.30pm public meeting at Rotorua Boys High School. The Bishop will be joined by Richard Lewis, leader of Destiny New Zealand, and the party’s local candidates.

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