FMF NEWSLETTER 10 January 2018

10 January 2018
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FMF NEWSLETTER 10 January 2018    
EDITORIAL  

Dear friend of the FMF

This week’s feature article urges members of the ANC not to allow the security of their property rights, now protected by the property rights clause in the Constitution, to be taken away by the proposed change to the Constitution, which is intended for the short term political purpose of taking land from farmers without compensation. The ANC fought long and hard for property rights, in fact it took 78 years to have the 1913 Land Act repealed. Black South Africans need to be assured that their property will be secure from invasion or confiscation, which means that property rights for all must be assured now and into the future. 

FEATURE article  

Think again, ANC members, before you give up your secure property rights protection! – EUSTACE DAVIE

How do current members of the ANC know what will happen in the future if they remove the strict protection of property rights from the constitution? Was being without property rights for generations not enough warning as to what can happen? Are they prepared to risk their children or grandchildren having their property taken away from them by a hostile government? I urge everyone involved, for their own sake, and for the sake of their descendants, to exercise caution regarding this vitally important issue.

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Wednesday, 31 January 2018 FMF EVENT – Frans Rautenbach The law, trade unions & economic growth @17h45 @ FMF – RSVP http://www.freemarketfoundation.com/View-Event?i=168

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