I like to think of myself as a person who is both curious and curiouser, and who is willing to share the ideas and experiences that I value with others. I hope that when I’m speaking at events and/or writing posts, I’m also willing to share what I learn with others, even if I don’t totally understand why they think what I’m saying is right.
The last time I wrote a post I was still trying to work out my own position in political discourse. I am now firmly in the position that I am neither a conservative nor a liberal. Instead, I am a libertarian, one who believes that it is more important for individuals to be able to explore and practice their choices without the government intervening. I am also a person who believes that if one is not happy with the current state of affairs, they should get out of bed and change it.
Libertarians are, by their very definition, people who are not attached to a particular political party or ideology. They do not believe in a single government, they believe in a decentralized and self-regulating system of control that would be run by individuals, not a centralized bureaucracy. Libertarians generally believe in the right to own, and the right to use, one’s own wealth.
Libertarians are more common in Switzerland and other European countries than the United States, which is why they are such a big presence in Europe. According to recent polls, the Swiss public support a total of 61.5% of the right to own wealth. That’s the highest percentage of support for a single right to own wealth in the world.
Switzerland even has a national libertarian party, the Liberte Parti, and Liberte egalite fraternite coin (Lefire) is a Swiss government initiative that aims to protect the Swiss right to own wealth and to allow the rich to maintain their wealth without having to worry about the government confiscating it. The Lefire plan is to create a decentralized version of the Swiss Federal Bank, with the goal of creating a currency that promotes the rights of entrepreneurs.
I’m an optimist. I also don’t believe in the government taking your wealth. For that you need the Swiss Federal Bank, which in turn is created to be a central banker for the whole world. While most countries have such a bank, Switzerland uses it to provide loans to businesses and citizens to help them grow.
While there are lots of people who believe in the government taking your money, I think the Swiss have some sort of a “government of entrepreneurs”. This is because the Swiss are extremely entrepreneurial. They have a lot of banks that lend money to various people and businesses, and they also have a lot of small businesses that they lend money to.
The Swiss have a lot of entrepreneurial activity, but it’s the small businesses that really have taken off. The reason for this is that Switzerland is known for its egalitarianism, which means that a lot of people who work in Switzerland do so because they want to help others who are not in the same position. Additionally, in Switzerland the government offers every citizen a free share of the national income, which means that entrepreneurs can get loans to start their businesses without having to work for them.
Switzerland’s economy has also been noted for its low taxes, which is important given that a lot of people in the countryside don’t have the means to pay taxes.
There’s a reason Switzerland is the top country in the world in terms of per capita income. People in Switzerland pay a lot of taxes because it is a good country. In fact, they pay a lot more than people in the US. In the US per capita income is $36,000. Switzerland gets a big jump in per capita income because they have higher taxes.