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Libz Defend Property Rights at Field Days

Libz Defend Property Rights at Field Days

Libertarianz spokesman Russell Watkins says he would like farmers, growers, and property owners to know that the defenders of private property rights - the Libertarianz Party - will be at Mystery Creek this week for the annual Field Days.

"On hand will be freedom-loving representatives of the party that will show all those that care about their property rights the way to win those rights back," says Watkins. He recalls Ayn Rand's observation, that when the productive have to ask the unproductive for permission in order to produce then you will know your culture is stuffed. We have reached that point!" He continues, "only a new understanding and respect for property rights will get us back from the brink."

Libertarianz, he says, is committed to bringing back a culture in which you may use your own property without needing to ask permission.

"Libertarianz is the only political party that consistently upholds the rights to the use and disposal of private property.

"Libertarianz is the only party committed to abolition of the fascist Resource Management Act.

"Libertarianz is the only party that will shred council's district plans.

"Libertarianz is the only party that will enshrine the common law principle of property rights.

"If you care about the erosion of your rights," concludes Watkins, "then come meet the Libertarianz at stand number 51 in Rural Living at this year's Field Days."

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