See also the building’s website: 999hay.com.au.
Leon Louw in conversation with Jerome Leray at the World Conference on Market Liberalization, Bali, Indonesia, June 29-July 3, 2015.
- First 10 minutes is about inequality, poverty and Thomas Piketty.
- Then for six minutes about catastrophism, the rustle in the grass hypothesis, Paul Ehrlich, global warming, climate change and big government. Also ridicules Piketty further.
- At 16 minutes talks about Leon Louw’s gradual seven year journey to libertarianism and his concern for the poor.
- At 23 minutes Leray asks what advice Louw would give Louw’s 20-year-old self.
- At 25 minutes Leray asks what Louw would recommend young scholars explore: the internet, cryptocurrencies, etc. He recommends young people do public speaking, networking, join civil societies, even join trade unions. Criticise government policies by saying that they will be counterproductive. Be nice.
- Best way to contact Leon Louw: through the The Free Market Foundation website, which has many resources for free-marketeers. Aerial bombardment and trench warfare are strategies used by the Free Market Foundation.
Andrew Humphries talks with Ron Manners at the World Conference on Market Liberalization, Bali, Indonesia, June 29-July 3, 2015.
Here’s Leonard E. Read’s How to Advance Liberty, which Humphries gives a big plug to in his conversation with Ron:
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Other formats for How to Advance Liberty:
In Budapest, Dr Kolm and Ron Manners on the 2015 Free Market Roadshow. Spreading the word about the Austrian success story and Austrian economics.
- First speaker is Pieter Cleppe from Belgium, representing British think tank Open Europe in Brussels. Open Europe’s goal is to turn the EU into platform for open trade rather than a Super State.
- If you wonder, “Is the European Union wasteful?,” you can ask the EU itself. For 20 years in a row EU auditors have refused to sign-off on their budgets. But those in European Parliament don’t care and always vote for more spending. Continue reading Budapest Panel at 2015 Free Market Roadshow
- Democracy is meant to be choosing someone you trust to be a good person, not someone you trust to give you special privileges.
- Australia can learn from flat tax.
- Welfare and unemployment are growth areas in Australia.
- Impressed with Barbara Kolm’s roadshow, but what can we as citizens do?
- Our politicians don’t understand economics.
- We can’t predict which Party a good politician will be a member of.
- Plug for Mannkal’s Project Western Australia.
- Be ready to fire intellectual bullets whenever you have the opportunity.
John Fund speaks to nearly 1,000 university students in Thessaloniki, Greece on May 21, 2015.
- A little secret about democracy: the government is more afraid of you than you are of them.
- Greece is not without rulers; it is without rulers who follow rules.