Key components

  • Empowering local communities to restore their local social and economic resilience and identity (The modern ‘village).
  • The dismantling of the corporate neo-liberal global economic model – more protections for local industries.
  • Local self-government is combined with smaller central government, a people’s court system, a fair tax system, ‘workplace democracy’ and a return to ‘fraternal societies.
  • Incentives for local commerce.
  • A deregulated economy on a my choice, my cost, my risk basis.
  • Voluntary social welfare giving, topped up by the fair tax.
  • De-emphasise central government and large business (corporate) power.
  • Local economic empowerment through debt defaults and the introduction of interest free loans (credit creation). 
  • To be combined with a wealth cap (9th reform)to facilitate local economic investment and the provision of support for the poor.

Major effects and benefits

  • Re-emphasizes community and individual self reliance.
  • Empowerment of local communities
  • Heightened incentives for social capital and altruism.
  • De-powerment of the central paternalistic state.