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Friday 7 March 

Registrations from 1pm
   2.30 to 5.30pm 

  7.00 to 9.30pm 

                                        Saturday 8 March

  7.45 to  8.50 am  Registration
  8.50          Welcome, Notices                   
10.30  Morning Tea
  1.00 Lunch
  4.10 Afternoon Tea

  5.50 Close
  7.00          Assembly for those booked in for the dinner for a 7.30 pm start.

Sunday 9 March 

   7.45 to 8.50 am  Registration
  8.50 am  Opening
10.30 Morning Tea
1.00 Lunch
  5.05 Close                    
        Afternoon Tea

Monday 10 March


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Speakers - Inverell Forum 2008

Dennis Stevenson - Forum Compere
For the 16th year, Dennis Stevenson is the Forum MC. As always, he'll run an efficient, on time forum with humour and good will. A former independent member of the ACT Parliament, Dennis voted with the majority of Canberrans as determined by extensive polling. After two terms, he left to spend more time lecturing and assisting community groups to take direct action. Before leaving Parliament, Dennis was a member of a Government inquiry into fluoridation and has lectured throughout Australia and New Zealand on its disastrous effects.

Dave vonKleist
It is a coup for the Inverell Forum to have Dave vonKleist back again, the first international speaker to grace the Forum platform. Is what occurred in New York on September 11, 2001 and portrayed by the media, an accurate account of what really happened? It would appear not! Dave vonKleist from Versailles Kentucky USA, runs a radio show and is Producer and Presenter of the controversial DVD 9/11 In Plane Site which was shown on Australia’s Channel 10 in 2006. It is a riveting 80 minutes including video footage covering many aspects of what occurred on that day. Since last year’s Forum, Dave has release a second DVD on 9/11, The Ripple Effect and he  will be showing newly obtained footage from this new release. He will also speak on the health problems Veterans are having after returning from Iraq and in particular the effects from the use of depleted uranium munitions. For those on the internet, more information can be found at http://thepowerhour.com 

Pierre Freeman
Pierre will run the Friday afternoon workshop. He'll discuss the difference between a public servant and “we the people”. He will show how we can achieve fair, equitable, independent and impartial access to law instead of the usual unjust results delivered by most public servants. He'll explain how and why they get away with it, which often leaves people feeling unnecessarily powerless to correct matters. He'll give the history of how this situation came about. Pierre will present practical methods that 'we the people' can use to uphold the law and make malfeasant public servants fully accountable for their actions or inactions. This can be done regardless of their presumed immunity and their claim of having “deemed power” even though we haven't given our proper informed consent.

Meryl Dorey
Meryl Dorey heads up the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) based in Bangalow NSW. The AVN believes it is a parent's right to choose what's best for their child...some would say that this is one of the most basic rules of any civilised society. Yet governments all over the world have abridged or denied the right to free choice when it comes to vaccinations and immunisations for our children or ourselves. The Australian Vaccination Network is working to help parents take back that right to free and informed choice by allowing them to see both sides of this issue before making a decision. Compulsory Vaccination – Next stop Australia is the subject of Meryl’s presentation. This is her first time to an Inverell Forum.

Prof. Andrew Fraser
Andrew Fraser is a Canadian citizen by birth and an Australian by adoption. He taught constitutional history and public law for almost thirty years at Macquarie University in Sydney. He is now writing a book to be entitled
Anglo-Saxon Anglophobia: Its Causes and Cure. This will be the subject of his presentation. Andrew was a speaker at the 2006 Inverell Forum.

Sue Maynes
The QLD Brigalow Corporation is the subject of Sue’s presentation. The High Court decision made in that case, means that Land and Property Ownership as we knew it is GONE. People need to understand what has happened to their personal rights and land rights, and what has been done to the governmental institutions that are supposed to be there to protect the people of Australia.  Sue will present facts and evidence that can be found in the law books of Australia and in the continually-being-reprinted Constitution of Queensland.   The Commonwealth has been watching this for the last 9 years. In Queensland, this all started with the National Party, with the Labour Party quickly enforcing all the changes possible under the new controls. When Peter Beattie removed the Constitution of Queensland in 2001 and replaced it with the New Qld Constitution, all the politicians in Parliament House passed and applauded the ‘new regime’. This has also happened in NSW. 

Rob McIntyre
Robb conducts seminars and lectures dedicated to bringing to the Australian public an understanding that “wellness” is a state that can be arrived at, only when YOU take responsibility for your own health. Rob has some new material concerning Bioterrorism established through Polio Vaccines and how SV40 viruses are now known to be causing cancer.  He will outline the intrigues, the deceit, the fraud, the cover-ups… and then outline some easy to follow protocols to ensure that our younger generations can avoid cancer all-together. Rob has spoken at two previous Forums and returns by popular demand.  www.BetterLivingResources.info

Greg Clancy
Author of The Conspiracies of Multiculturalism; the betrayal that divided Australia, Greg Clancy reveals for the first time, the hitherto unmentionable facts behind the rise of multiculturalism in Australia and are comprehensively exposed. In calling for an open and frank debate on the issue. Greg will argue that the previously successful migration policy which emphasised assimilation, has been displaced by a multiculturalism that has served Australians badly - including migrants themselves. He will detail the crime and corruption that has been rooted in a system dominated for three decades by the multicultural industry. He will explain the consequences Australians have suffered through a weakened social order, the rapid growth of crime in certain sections of the ethnic community - and the waste of countless billions of taxpayer dollars. From protecting the crimes of its ‘father’, Al Grassby, to the political cover-up of the Cronulla affair, this book explains how the system and the politics of multiculturalism have been manipulated for personal or group advantage at the expense of Australian society and its institutions. This is Greg’s first time to an Inverell Forum.

Bruce Bell LL.B
How to win justice in the legal system
is the title of Bruce Bell’s presentation. Bruce has spent 30 years helping others fight for fairness in the bureaucracy and court system and recently qualified as a barrister. He has a unique understanding of how to win justice in spite of the obstacles. From a farming family, Bruce has extensive experience in public interest lobbying and media relations, in business and as a political advisor. He is a Supreme Court Mediator. Bruce has achieved many remarkable successes. This is his first time to an Inverell Forum.

Tony Rigg
Tony Rigg, ran a Welding and Manufacturing business at Nowra, NSW. He was one of a new breed of builders exclusively using steel framing. Tony built these steel framed townhouses in Sydney. They are designed to blend with the Victorian style buildings predominant in the Glebe area. The business was destroyed due to fraud by the staff of the Commonwealth Bank.  Today, had it not been for the bank,  we would have been a major employer and exporter with joint ventures in other countries.  We were pioneers in our field and the whole community would have benefited. Dennis Stevenson, a former Independent Member of the ACT Parliament, read some of the evidence into Hansard to show how we were going to bring overseas workers to Australia and teach them the trade. Then we intended to create joint ventures with them in their own country using as many Australian products and expertise as possible. Austrade and BHP thought that was a great idea.  www.loveforlife.com.au/australian_stories

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