Simon Gibbs

Simon is a London based IT contractor and the proprietor of Libertarian Home. Working with logic and cause-and-effect each day he was naturally attracted to nerdy libertarianism and later to the benevolent logic of Objectivism. Find him on Google+

Referendum Indoctrination


I went leafleting last night with my two year old boy. I would get to the gate, hand him a leaflet and walk down the path with him to the door. I would risk my fingers propping open the letterbox and he would slide them in. He loved it. He was Postman Bear and I…

Print your own Vote Out leaflet


We have concluded all the leaflet printing we are likely to do. There will be no more print runs. We printed 5000 copies – all fully paid for by Meetup attendees and the last of them are being distributed over the next few days on local roads. We were gratified that people wrote in asking…

Tip Jar open


In the last few months Libertarian Home has been working hard to entertain, facilitate, educate and represent as many libertarians as possible. We held a conference, designed leaflets and shot videos. Some of this was funded by ticket sales but none of it has made a profit. Without the ability to hire help, pay honoraria, and…

The EU is 100% wrong and you know it


I’m not a technical philosopher. I’m not a politician. I’m a coder. I deal with data and decision making processes and I work in small empowered teams usually in a bottom up organisational culture. The relevant buzzword – for what it’s worth – is “agile”. Things seem to work better in bottom up agile structures.…

A refreshing perspective on bankers


The last organisation I worked for was a media company. Among a staff packed with lefties were three libertarians, including myself. Now I work for a bank, with far more staff in the building and I know of three libertarians. So, per head, the bank has fewer libertarians than the media company. I find this surprising. Why aren’t…

Help ex-pat Australians vote for liberty

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Do you want to spread liberty around the world? Are you based in London? Are you interested in learning about a completely different voting system and helping others to exercise their democratic rights? The Australian Liberal Democrats need your help. They are the only classical liberal party with an elected national representative in the world…

Shed scheduled to slide southwards


I needed to get an old shed taken away. Whether the council tip will take it is a complex business. The council website says I shouldn’t burn it. So better left to someone else to take away. The leading provider of that service is the council, who sent a bureaucrat acted who exactly like any…

Opening Speech at #LHBLF


Hello everyone. We put tickets for this event on sale just six weeks ago. It feels like next to no time to reach and gather an audience for what you are doing. But you came, which is great. I’d especially like to thank the people who came who are not the usual sort of person…

Benevolent Laissez Faire Conference Schedule


Our “Benevolent Laissez-Faire” conference will be held on May 14th at De Morgan House, Russel Square. Tickets cost from £5 to £15 and are available on Meetup and Eventbrite: BUY TICKETS 12:30 – Conference Registration / Check-in 12:45 – Introduction by Simon Gibbs 13:00 – Poverty Solutions Without Politics – Syed Kamall Syed Kamall is chairman of the…

Benevolent Laissez Faire


The centre-ground continues to march to the left on issues of tax. Since UKUncut began bullying and intimidating retail employees, large corporate employers have been forced to cancel tax-planning measures and raise their tax-bills and help avoid “austerity-cuts”. We have seen the expectations of tax-recipients and their professional advocates rise. It is no longer merely…