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The purpose of the government is to improve the quality of life for its citizens, assure their security and represent them in international relations.
Governmental powers should be limited to administrative duties only and the amount of money entitled for them drastically decreased.
Governments only spend our money and they do nothing in exchange. They should be abolished or substituted with something better.
A country would be better governed when there’s only one person with supreme (but limited) powers in charge – either a president or a monarch.
In order to be successful and prosperous, a country needs its natural leader who is capable of uniting the nation under a common goal.
The separation of the political power between various institutions is essential for the well-being of each democratic country.
The financial system is corrupted and needs a radical change that would end the division between rich and poor.
Those who have more money should pay increased taxes, so that extra money get to those in need.
All people must be equal and the fact that one is richer than the other should not be treated as a difference at all.
Private property is sacred and any violation of this principle must be treated as a crime and be properly punished.
Public ownership of the property is essential in the XXI century and we need to improve that.
Nationalisation of private property is acceptable and in certain cases even desirable.
Capitalism is a mechanism for oppression where the poor are being exploited by the rich. Ordinary people should unite their forces and change that by its roots.
Human economic relations are based on centuries of evolution of capitalist principles and any denial of this is futile and counterproductive.
The real problem is in the way laws are being passed and adhered. Economics are just part of the whole process of political engagement.
People are different and each of them has a specific position in society which is a result of centuries of evolvement.
All people are made equal and they should live within an equal economic and political environment.
The benefit of society and nation are more important than the success of the individual citizen.
Traditions within society are crucial for its survival and any compromise with them could be fatal for the whole nation.
Society is a self-regulated organism and it can absorb anything as long as there is enough time for that.
Excessive immigration often has negative impact on the national identity and social security.
Religion is a thing of the past. Its place is in museums and books, not in people’s mind because religion is an oppressive instrument.
Each citizen is free to perform his own religious practices or be openly atheistic, as long as no human or social rights are being limited.
The church is the keeper of the social peace within a nation. It not only helps those in need, but also guards and preserves the morality for the future generations.
Protectionism is vital for small nation states whose markets are vulnerable to large international companies.
International companies are beneficial for the national economy because their business is based on proven best practices.
International companies take away the money of the nation and export it abroad leaving nothing for the local economy.
Each country should have a strong army. This would not only help young boys turn into men but also assure the sovereignty of the nation.
The army should only be made up of professionals for whom being a soldier is a profession, not a duty.
The army is a vital part of the nation’s traditions and conscription to the military should continue to be practised.
The production and use of firearms need to be limited worldwide by an international convention.
Everybody should have the right to purchase and use firearms because the current regime benefits criminal gangs.
The use and production of firearms should only be a prerogative for governments and their military organisations.