This page represents a repository of the basic concepts presented, accumulated over time.
– Universally Available Suffrage : Voting should be available to all, but limited on each occasion to those who have contributed more to consolidated funds than they received. This inherently changes the nature of government redistribution of funds from one of theft to one of generosity.
– Separation of Wealth and Currency : Wealth allows value to be stored across time. Currency allows for value to exchanged between goods. The requirements for each are different, and they should not be combined in a single monetary system. Each should be serviced by its own best representation; physical gold for wealth, and electronic fiat for currency.
– Prepare for tomorrow : Realise the wealth that you have, taking steps to convert value that is perishable to more lasting forms. Take advantage of current opportunities, making the most of today. Position yourself to provide solutions in a more local, more need oriented world.
– Tax the state, not the people : The state is, quite literally, the land and it’s limited resources. Community value vests naturally in the land. By taxing land value, this value is extracted for the community from those utilizing the resources of the state.