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Inverell Forum 2005
Stevenson: Weekend Compere. This is
his 13th Forum as Compere and Dennis will ensure a smooth running
weekend with everything running on time! He will also speak
AGAINST the latest push to FLUORIDATE town water supplies. BEFORE
LEAVING PARLIAMENT, DENNIS WAS A Member OF A GOVERNMENT INQUIRY
Returns by popular demand and will run a 3 hour workshop on
Friday afternoon, from
on subjects relating to Common Law such as
getting involved in Class Actions and how to exercise your
We welcome Eve once again to this this year’s Forum. Eve will
be speaking on how the Government is driving Holistic
Practitioners out of Practice and your right of choice. The
question has to be asked, “why is the Government outlawing
Natural Health Aids? Eve will also be involved in the
workshop on Friday afternoon with Malcolm McClure.
Len Harris: We
welcome once again
at this years Forum, Senator Len Harris, One Nation Senator for
John Rivett: Has
degrees in Commerce and Law. He has been a company director and
principle in many businesses in the tourism and property
industries. In recent times he has specialised in the venture
Capital Industry. He is currently the President of the federal
political party, The Great Australians with an aggressive
platform of true electoral representation, tax reform and support
for Australian Businesses. This is his first Inverell Forum.
Brett Dawson: Last
spoke at the 2003 Forum. Author of
“The Evil Deeds of the Ratbag
Profession” has thirty years experience as a prosecutor,
defence lawyer, property lawyer, civil litigation lawyer, law
lecturer and professional trainer of law graduates. He will
examine the criminal justice system and believes the system cares
little about protecting the innocent, but about protecting the
rich. In his book he suggests that lawyers and Judges have
moulded the criminal justice system to suit the objectives of the
legal profession, with scant consideration for the needs of
Brett’s presentation will centre around the jailing of Pauline
Hanson and David Ettridge.
Brett’s presentation will centre around the jailing of Pauline Hanson and David Ettridge.
Sandy Stevenson: Our
is from South Australia and has been a lecturer
for 24 years and an OH&S Officer for United Trades &
Labour Council since 1975. Author of "Your Health & Food
Additives" linking illness with chemicals, he became
interested in the subject when his daughter developed Asthma as a
result of chemical exposure. Peter will run through the myriad of
harmful chemicals that we are exposed to in our every day lives.
Viv Stott: At
last year’s Forum Viv had an extended 5 minute segment which
was well received by the audience. He will this year cover the
subject of the
historical aspect of the “Western Nations looming crisis”
Jeremy Lee: Probably
the best known speaker at the Inverell Forum. Jeremy has been on
the speaking circuit for many years, has
written and spoken extensively, giving an average of 150 lectures
annually. Has spoken across
Tony Pitt: A
well known political activist and probably best known for the
many news papers he has edited and distributed over the years.
Tony is also well known to regular Forum attendees. He will speak
on the outcome of the last election and what lessons can be
learnt and how we might proceed for the next election.
Sandy Thorne: Comes
from Lightning Ridge and is an author of six
best-selling books of outback humour in the 1980’s, including
“I’ve Met Some Bloody Wags!”
the book she
launched on the Midday Show.
On a more serious note, her latest book
“Behind the Razor Wire”, is the story of her days as a
detentions officer at two of the camps for illegal immigrants.
This will be the subject of her speech with the latter part
devoted to what she enjoys most, and that is humour. This is her
first time at an Inverell Forum.
Bevan O'Regan: Bevan
has appeared numerous times on the Forum platform., in fact
attended the very first Forum in 1988. He is a farmer and long
time Councillor and former Mayor with the Narrabri Shire. He is
passionate about the role of Local Council which he says is
closest to the people. In his short address he will raise the
issue of the State Parliamentary Committee which is in the
process of attempting to remove ‘water’ and ‘vegetation’
from land and the problems that will cause for councils not to
mention the land owner.