For Like minded people who like to see-
Time: August 22, 2012 from 12pm to 2pm
Location: PARLIAMENT HOUSE CANBERRA
Street: PARLIAMENT HOUSE
Website or Map: http://www.stopcarbonlies.com
Phone: 0407 343 920
Event Type: official, cata, rally
Organized By: Consumers and Taxpayers Association (CATA)
Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2012
OFFICIAL Media Release: Consumers and Taxpayers Association:
Subject:22 ALP DISASTERS:22nd August: Canberra @ NOON
For immediate release:
The Consumers and Taxpayers Association (C.A.T.A) will be holding a rally at Parliament House on the 22nd August 2012 titled “22 ALP DISASTERS"
C.A.T.A has become a household name over the past 18 months since a group of likeminded members of our community came together when they heard about the then incoming carbon tax.
C.A.T.A spokesperson, Anita Donlon said the grass roots movement was growing purely because an opportunity was being provided to everyday Australians to come together, be educated and show people power to a government who is clearly not listening to its constituents.
“We are A political, receive no funding and rely on the support of our wonderful supporters and volunteers to get the word out to the communities. The 7 Labor Disasters rally is no different, with a growing army of volunteers already on social media letting everyone know about this rally” said Anita.
Anita added “Labor is disengaged and oblivious to what is going on in our communities around this country. Their refusal to engage with stakeholders to deliver a positive outcome has resulted in our country going backwards. The polls are showing that an election is needed to oust the worst government in history before our country is affected even more. Water, Land, Fisheries, Carbon Tax, Small Business, Border Security and Live cattle are the 7 disasters to be addressed at the rally with industry representatives present to address the audience”
“Australia’s largest employers: the small business sector will be amongst the hardest hit by the carbon tax. C.A.T.A is supporting the I Support Small Business Campaign across Australia. We encourage everyone to contact their local media to express their views. After all, we live in a democracy where even our freedom of speech is under threat”
Media contact: Jacques Laxele 0438758901: firstname.lastname@example.org