Libertarians gather in Wilderness
A host of interesting speakers are expected at the Libertarian Society of SA's annual seminar in Wilderness next weekend, 19 to 21 October. Attendees are invited to actively participate and 10 minute speaking slots are still available. Libertarians defend each person's right to life, liberty, and property rights that people possess naturally, before governments are created. Enjoy interesting talks, presentations and lively debate.
The 2018 theme is “Are libertarian solutions the answer to SA’s problems?”. According to the society the world is getting freer and more libertarian, while the current debates in SA are going the other way.
The line-up of speakers at the seminar include:
Friday 19 October
Sihle Ngobese (IRR): topic TBA Colin Bower: Libertarianism - a personal lifestyle choice, not a policy position Martin Brassey: Libertarianism and racism Garth Zietsman: Inequality and diversity
Saturday 20 October
Rex van Schalkwyk: Central banking - the enabler of inequality
Leon Louw: topic TBA
Ivo Vegter: Fashionable food fears
Frans Rautenbach: Education crisis
Trevor Watkins & George Werner: Presentation on individualist movement
Sunday 21 October
Andrew Kenny: The history of land ownership
Martin van Staden: Expropriation without compensation
To register contact Gail Daus-van Wyk on 082 560 2380.