Our main policy is to create an impressive transformation of our drug laws in opposition to our current government’s laws which imitate other country's societies which we revolt.

Our agenda is to end the war against drugs and the outpouring of crassness it creates. 

Natural or acquired bliss is the prominent factor of our agenda.

Clusters of associate health ministers destroy our well being without the ability to be rectified.

As government tightened their grip on drug use, our musical and artistic culture did not categorically respond to its contingent existence, escalating the deprivation of human rights.

The wrongness of given orders from government incriminate us incomprehensibly as a bad impression.

Government diminishes our happiness we endeavour toward, which provides important modes of reaction to reinstate banned drugs.

Prozac and its successor drugs will be all be banned under our polices, probably owed by the fact that they can cause psychotic hysteria, without the excitation normally associated with hysteria.

Our current operations will create an absolutely immaculate world via the harmless ultra-filtration of ethnicities. 

We also wish to unashamedly shut shop on immigration.

Apart from being a publishing house, Oytcho Visha is a quasi-political party, motivated chiefly by bringing down New Zealand government. The crux of the matter is that we don't love the way our country is being ruled.

New Zealand culture has long ago been destroyed, mainly due to the impact of immigration we have become endowed with.   

We aim to give doctors more powers in prescribing drugs such as benzodiazepines and amphetamines for people showing signs of severe depression, stress and anxiety associated with the decline of culture.  

Other policies include:

To provide two-storied residences in each of our main centres which gothics and punks can inhabit free of charge. This imitates the now defunct McGillicardy serious party which operating in the late eighties and early nineties in New Zealand, supplying punks with places to live while the cities were becoming more gentrified and yuppified.  

Cancellation of daylight savings.

Scrapping the excessive tax on cigarettes.    

Reinstatement of the Sabbath. Shops opening on Sundays will be highly controlled.

Making it illegal for property developers to sub-divide sections.           

(Our cities are getting cramped enough already) 

Planting trees around New Zealand’s water ways.

Encourage farmers to plant trees as shelter for their animals.   

GST on buying trees and plants in both urban and rural areas will be axed.

(Trees make poorer urban areas look more beautiful)    

Cancel the bureaucratic position of the Minister of sports.

(We have zilch interest in sports.) 

Workmen won’t need to wear hi-vis fluorescent vests anymore.

A banning of phone sales people (they are very irritating).

Nightshift workers won't have to pay tax.

 (Nightshift reduces your lifespan slightly, thus early reimbursement is essential.)