Libertarian Parties of West Virginia and Pennsylvania: alternatives to the G-20 summit

LPWV to protest G20 summit in Pittsburgh:

September 24th and 25th, the G20 will be meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. This meeting will be chaired by President Obama. The Libertarian Party of West Virginia, in conjunction with the Libertarian Party Anarchist Caucus will be hosting protests at this event. Libertarians should be out on the front-lines fighting tyranny. This evil group, meeting to set economic policies that will benefit themselves to all of our detriment, will be in our own back yard this September. Let’s give them the reception they deserve. Make your voices heard, be bold, and don’t miss this historic opportunity to stand up against the international banking cartels that are bankrupting America and bankrupting your children!

If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP to the event on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149076128905.

And, in comment on a previous IPR thread, Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania chair Mik Robertson writes:

The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania and the Libertarian Party of Pittsburgh will be promoting and participating in Freedom Conference 2009 to be held at Soldiers and Sailors Hall on September 22 in conjunction with the G-20 Summit.

From the above link:

Speakers confirmed: G Edward Griffin, Joan Veon, and Tom Woods!
The Freedom Conference will have two main parts. There will be an ‘expo’ of various grassroots organizations that agree with limited government and free market practices. Attendees will have the opportunity to network as well as gather information on issues and ways to get involved. The second part will take place in the auditorium and will feature local and national guest speakers. While the G20 promotes global top-down governance and more regulation, the Freedom Conference speakers will present real solutions that promote freedom through limited government and free market practices.

Come and learn why we need alternatives to the G20!

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