Nine segments offer a wealth of information and a great chance for all of us who were unable to attend to hear and learn from the presenters and the discussions.
I will post a link to Abby Deshman’s presentation on the CCLA thread.
In the final segment, Sinclair Stevens suggests we use the “new age” of the Internet “and “all that entails” to “bypass the traditional press” who are “in the pockets of the establishment.” That, of course, is what we, our allies at Brock and elsewhere, are trying to do. We need to keep doing it!
In his closing remarks, Jon Richardson, said the speakers all “exceeded (his) wildest expectations.” He hopes that gathering will be the first of more. He also envisions a “new institution” called FATCA Forum that will educate, “continue to spread the word” on FATCA” and “put the fear of God into the current government if it has the temerity” to capitulate to FATCA.
I, too, would love to see such a FATCA-fighting Forum and hope it would spread across Canada and around the globe. Are any of our international friends interested in picking up in their countries?
Kudos to the organizers, presenters, attendees and videographer for a fabulous job. Thanks again to NobleDreamer for posting her excellent synopsis so quickly after the event.