Oytcho Visha is a political party which will contest the next New Zealand election.

We are a general purpose circuit breaker of mundane New Zealand politics.

Our political reign contains hues of fantasy, art and aesthetics, not the reproduction of human societies.

As a dictatorship we develop national resistance to the daily life of democracy.

The point of Oytcho Visha is to present serious issues and affairs of the modern world in a comical way. We aim to expose government and authorities in a comical yet methodical manner.

Oytcho Visha is an enterprise with the inclination to combine politics followed through with the arts. This also incorporates media spheres which don't have regulatory processes like most modern media and political enterprises have.

How our enterprise functions is that we forward on creative accessories to up-and-coming artists, musicians and others from the creative fields. These will then be harnessed impulsively to make news and media programs which challenge modern politics and media.

We appease ourselves by providing publicity for enfeebled belligerents.

Art education is at the point of exhaustion and has become a market rather than an aesthetic realm.

We operate out of New Zealand, which is hidden in isolation from the rest of the world. 

New Zealand is in the most remote corner of the earth, which depicts an isolated and marginalized world. 

Scientific pedagogy from abroad means nothing to us. 

Our phenomena has always been in the political realm. We are now a prospective political party operating from New Zealand, but our agenda has international themes contra-standard to the matrix of basic inadequacies of our own country's political and cultural schemes lacking aesthetic value.

In 2016 New Zealand government held a referendum to change our national flag, at the cost of $26 million dollars, all to no avail because people voted retention of the flag. The flag/logo of Oytcho Visha was created from our own studio without any cost. 

Government: Where’s the money coming from, have they ever run a business?

Oytcho Visha is also an alternative news cult designed for people who don't like watching regular news, sport and weather, all of which are all built upon the commands and proceedings of mass culture.

International current affairs leaves you deserted and heartbroken. 

We want rescued from the colossal saga of foreign issues.

Our news has underground dimensions in an endeavour to be beneath the vessel of convention. This would be an indispensable way to avoid all the troublesome issues of today’s world however harsh sounding they may be.

Our operational domain is fuelled by the despising of the internet giants of the world for infinity.

There are loads of happenings in today's world, and we aim to hurtle out formidably bizarre reflections and commentaries on the planet's most gripping issues, as well as the number of different factors which contribute to them.

In the future we plan to open doors to an entire range of renowned pioneering entities, which include the internet, books, film, television, music, theatre, the arts and other kinds of entities.

Oytcho Visha is a multi-purpose theatrical event; an event which is totally dependent on the sustained skill of the performers and presenters we offer assistance to.

We aim to provide a venue for emerging avant-garde artists and musicians wanting to be afforded flexible power status.

Power status consists of making a musical or artistic oath to pursue a well-grounded tradition of glory.

We envisage artistic activity which fulfills, and which can make sharp surges of good news overall.

The pragmatic essence of Oytcho Visha, which serves all our functional requirements, is to infatuate and enrapture artists and musicians whose works have a null extension towards mass culture.

We do not damn artists and musicians whose works portray companionless anarchical ambience, because it would be irresponsible of us if we did.

You don’t need to demonstrate decency if you want to survive. You just have to cease studying.

Oytcho Visha is an admirable force which provides preliminary premium care for artists and musicians of our age.

Wonderful razzle dazzle accompanying these artists will strike a chord in our news realm.

Rather than being a news channel, our doctrines create news as a causality.

Oytcho Visha is where resourceful achievers whom serve society in a striking way stack together to transmit a cult to the world.

For better or worse, we hope to inspire and imbibe modern artists, musicians and writers, so that their works can be enriched comfortably with good old-fashioned proper unforeseen extravagance adapted rather loosely and instinctively from the avant-garde era of the 20th century.

Backed by artists and musicians, in the future the enterprise will prevail as an arduous and formidable political empire.

Henceforth there is a conviction required of our artists to make our empire effective and worthwhile.   

In substance, our aim is to take over news channels, government and internet media by recruiting those with gestures, habits, principles and modes of thought which are very much alternative.

We are not burdened by investigatory processes or surveillance mechanisms.  

Some people will look upon this as an honour without even investigating it further.

We are not just a political party: We are the narrators of universal schizoid manifestos.

Our agenda is real, stupid, funny, horrendous  and horrifying. 

Oytcho Visha is a nationalistic reign full of every conspiracy generally assumed as conceivable by psychotic vigilantes.

The policies of other political parties in New Zealand have nothing to get excited about; we all experience grief by them all. That is why we have created our own political party: because other New Zealand political parties have an instinct for notorious annoyance. 

The current government is all set up for the convening of sadistic and callous initiatives.

All around the show in New Zealand, nobody is joined in collaboration. Everybody just goes round in circles. We aim to oversee the unification of New Zealanders.