This is a call to all registered South African voters. if you use, or have used the Dagga plant at any time in your lives – the DC believe you owe it to the plant to help the Dagga Party to achieve it’s goal of 500 VALID ballot signatures. This will allow them to register as a national party in this year’s general elections. VALID signatures.
Do your bit and be part of the change you want to see……
This letter is from Jeremy Acton – Leader of Iqela Lentsango: The Dagga Party of South Africa:
Greetings to all legalisation supporters: Dagga Thought for the Day:
You are either a Dagga activist or a spectator.
The Dagga Party has been trying to collect 500 signatures of REGISTERED VOTERS to register the party nationally. We only need 100 more!
It IS an effort to print out the form ( http://www.daggaparty.org/party%20reg.pdf ) to hard copy, and collect signatures of registered voters and sign your own name, and post it to PO Box 5396, Tygervalley, 7536.
But if we can’t do that, then what co-operative actions will we ever achieve in the future? It is a necessary ritual for positive change. Just by applying our mind to the necessary task, our action becomes a guide to others, so even just your one signature on the form helps to alter the BIGGER SYSTEM, in a BIG way. I am sure you know other smokers or elders who would support this initiative.
We need all supporters of Legalisation to be the leaders in your area. We need YOU to form Iqela Lentsango: The Dagga Party of South Africa groups in every ward. You are the ones who must become organised enough to be CANDIDATES nominated by a valid Dagga Party group.
Political change is not about only voting for a logo, but about mobilisation, co-operation and effective action.
Are you spreading the news about the Dagga Party?
Are you contributing some airtime to forward out links to others via all your networks?
Are you printing out a brochure or two to share with those less advantaged citizens in your community who do not have a cell phone or Facebook?
Brochure link: http://www.daggaparty.org/downloads/Brochure%20English%20Generic.doc
We who support legalisation for the public benefit must strive to find our inner Mandela and be a revolutionary and as mobilised and peacefully militant as required to achieve our rights in a peaceful and constructive way. Anything else is acceptance of the abuse of our Culture.
We can end our oppression if we all stand together. Or will it be another 5 years of abuse?
All the info you need to change our nation is in this link called “The 7 Steps to a Dagga Revolution in south Africa”