NOVEMBER 2017 UPDATE:
Thank You to Fair Go Supporters from Dick Smith!
Thanks to all of you who have signed up as a supporter of Dick Smith Fair Go!
There is more than 16,000 of you now, and together we’re going to make an impact.
I’m especially grateful to those of you who have chipped in to help support our work. So far we’ve raised almost $80,000!
I committed to matching every contribution from my own pocket, so Dick Smith Fair Go now has a warchest of $160,000!
With the money we’ve raised, Dick Smith Fair Go will be running a series of important ads to spread the message on population, housing affordability, and inequality.
Keep an eye on the Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Financial Review, The Australian, the Daily Telegraph, the Manly Daily, The Land, The Canberra Times, the West Australian, The Age, and the Hobart Mercury over the next few weeks for our ads, including this new one below.
Tell your friends and family about them and see if you can get them to join up to Dick Smith Fair Go too at: www.dicksmithfairgo.com.au
That way we’ll be able to run even more ads in the future.
All the best!
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“From young people who are worried about getting a permanent career, to old people who are worried about paying for the electricity bill and whether their grandkids will ever have a job, become a supporter of the Dick Smith Fair Go Group.
First have a glance at the manifesto here. If you think I am on the right track, please become a supporter today. We can really do something fantastic for Australia. Also contribute some money so we can communicate further these important issues.”
Policies for the Dick Smith Fair Go Group
“Australia’s wealthiest 1% own more than the bottom 70%. The Fair Go Manifesto is a plan for an economy that benefits everyone – just not the 1%”. Download the Dick Smith Fair Go Manifesto now!
Dick Smith Fair Go Housing Affordability Book
“Sixty-four pages, eighteen graphs and bar charts (many not seen before), crammed with practical, sensible information. It tells the story of the housing affordability crisis at it is.” Download the Dick Smith Fair Go Housing Affordability book now!
Watch the famous Dick Smith Fair Go Grim Reaper ad!
What we are sharing...
26 September 2017 By David Roberts for Vox News I did an event with environmental journalist (and personal hero) Elizabeth Kolbert late last week, in which we discussed various matters related to journalism and climate change. Subsequently, one of the attendees wrote and asked why I hadn’t talked about population. Isn’t overpopulation the real root of our … Read MoreRead More
22 August 2017 By Judith Sloan for The Australian. Good on Dick Smith for taking an active role in the discussion of public policy. And good on him that he is prepared to put his own money where his mouth is. The funding will cover an advertising campaign laying out Smith’s agenda as well awarding … Read MoreRead More
9 August 2017 Robbie Patterson for The Manly Daily MILLIONAIRE businessman Dick Smith has taken aim at his own generation, saying its greed has crippled young people’s ability to own their first home. He launched a scathing attack on Australia’s politicians, accusing them of being too scared to make tax changes that would be unpopular … Read MoreRead More
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