There is no limit to human success under conditions of freedom, but where freedom is negated or denied, the limits are severe and crippling.
Individuals should be allowed full expression of what they want to do, with no government interference. Let the individual solve his problems in his own way so long as he does not interfere with the freedom of others.
With impartial written laws, Adrica can experience social, political and economic stability.
As people and communities compete with one another a country will develop naturally. Governments should only act as umpire and should not be in competition with the people, but the people should be in full competition with one another. Doing such shall ensure the success of any country.
With independent courts, individuals would be inspired with a living sense of justice and security that would inspire real confidence in their own country. Fairness and justice create trust in a nation, but unfairness and injustice create just the opposite.
African governments should only provide law and order, internal and external security , and should interfere as little as possible in the daily lives of its citizens. A master government stifles the initiative and self-reliance of people, while a servant government encourages true genius to flourish amongst individuals.
The individual is the initiator of all progress and as such individuals should be free to operate in a system that allows for private property, individual enterprise, free movement, voluntary discipline, individual freedom, individual direction, individual planning, individual labor and individual services.
A nation should always have the utmost reverence for its culture and heritage and through that uphold those values that bring out the best of its people. Doing so gives a people a positive psychology and ultimately inspires confidence in such people - confidence inspires success for a nation.
People should be allowed to change in their own way and at their own pace, not in the manner and the time frame that their rulers want them to change.
Individuals as a collective, have the power to change their own circumstances within oppresive circumstances.