Principles

INDIVIDUAL SOVEREIGNTY
Each individual is the owner of his own life and has the right to live it as he sees fit, as long as he respects that same right in others.

PRIVATE PROPERTY
Each person has the right to create or lawfully acquire property – real, and intellectual – and to control its use.

VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATION
All interaction among adult human beings, in all spheres of life, should be voluntary. Voluntary societies are civil societies, coercive societies are not.

NON-AGGRESSION PRINCIPLE
Physical coercion must be removed from human affairs. The only acts that may properly be banned in a free society are those that involve the initiation of physical force or fraud by one party against another.

COMMON LAW
In a free society, laws protect people and property from the initiation of physical force or fraud, and uphold voluntary contractual agreements.

LIMITED GOVERNMENT
The only legitimate function of government is to uphold these principles.

CAPITALISM
The only economic system consistent with these principles is the free market.


OBJECTIVE
To establish a constitutional republic of New Freeland, not by deceit but by openly and vigorously promoting a libertarian form of government.