BOETi Election Manifesto

One of Liberty, Freedom, Right and Honour

"...freedom to philosophize may not only be allowed without danger to piety and the stability of the republic but cannot be refused without destroying the peace of the republic..."

Baruch Spinoza (1632/11/24 — 1677/02/21)

  1. Liberty to say and do what we believe
  2. Freedom to leave or enter contracts with anyone of age
  3. The right to use and own our title(s)
  4. The honour to divide and share our property
  5. Liberty to practice and teach our trade and religion
  6. Freedom to life giving ground, air, water and seed
  7. The right to go to any public place in the world
  8. The honour to bury our dead on our land
  9. Liberty to marry and be married
  10. Freedom to give and receive
  11. The right to choose monopoly or freedom
  12. The honour to recycle
without A FORCED THIRD PARTY CONTRACT.

Do you want liberty, freedom, honour and what is right for yourself and all that is yours? Vote BOETi

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  1. Liberty to say and do what we believe
    Vital communities demand free expression. When expression is limited by whatever means, be it by general publication, the force of law or even nursery rhymes, then sustainability of that community is in question; because when hearing is impaired by preconception, pre-programming or prejudice then any valid acts or warnings may be discounted without proper reasoning or correction.
  2. Freedom to leave or enter contracts with anyone of age
    The function of contract is to enhance the actors function. The ability of two or more to agree to work as a unit is a basic requirement for survival. Contract is the voice for production that would be difficult, if not impossible, without a union.
  3. The right to use and own our title(s)
    Title is the entitlement to exclusive use of property. Without a claim to a title there is no real ownership, only registration. The inability to use ones own title is a sign of a slave.
  4. The honour to divide and share our property
    The inability to give, divide and share our property leads to our dependants being dependent on monopolistic states for life. Instead, if we were free to share our property, then our dependants might become independent for life.
  5. Liberty to practice and teach our trade and religion
    If there is state interference with the link between the teacher the apprentice then culture becomes strained in favour of industry. Replace diversity with "university", that is, a singular system of state registered indoctrination then society will inevitably stagnate by the over growth of an idiosyncratic culture. Apprenticeship is the basis of a strong and diverse culture. Culture is a communities capacity to maintain itself.
  6. Freedom to life giving ground, air, water and seed
    Foundation elements for life. Without them we are nothing. The pollution of these things erodes the platform needed to self-sufficient community.
  7. The right to go to any public place in the world
    Forced international border control is a criminal monopolistic act. International borders are signs of exclusive economic zones. Which is another way of saying, "monopoly by force." There can never be free and fair elections in a state where anyone is disallowed access to a public space. Because forced groupings of the electorate is for the benefit of a monopoly trader and not in the interest of free and fair trade or election.
  8. The honour to bury our dead on our land
    If one is forced to remove a dead relative, as if they are dirty waste, and to pay for that removal, then the unique and precious benefits of that body are lost to the community. That lost treasure and the cost of disposal, enslaves living relatives to the force of outlander lore.
  9. Liberty to marry and be married
    Similar to point 2 above, but needs special mention as marriage is a special contract. A request for a marriage officer is a sign that the two to be married are not of age. Because no one of age will allow a third party to dictate a marriage vow to them. No one of age will make a marriage contract that excludes mention of offspring and has death as the exit clause. One needs no licence to be married because a licence is a permit to do that which would otherwise be illegal. Only a beast comes between a couple or else call their offspring illegitimate.
  10. Freedom to give and receive
    In order to live in a sustainable assembly one needs to be faithful to its members in a way where one is not to proud to accept charity neither to believe one is too poor to help. Where taxation is known to be a voluntary act, because if taxation is by force then it is theft.
  11. The right to choose monopoly or freedom
    Anarchy is a natural state disallowed by monopoly. Monopoly is an illegal state allowed by anarchy. If the fertility of our seed is to be free for its progeny then these two systems of community living should not interfere with each other.
  12. The honour to recycle
    Since the late eighteen hundreds there has been a way to fraction most waste using solar power. That simple technology has been suppressed because it was thought that too many communities would become independent of state support and control. But now there is so much waste and so many people that it would be criminal neglect not to implement solar cooking, heating, cooling and fractionating technologies in homes.

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