Free Private Cities and western States in direct Comparison

    Federal Republic of Germany Free Private City Relationship between individual-community Superordination/subordination relationship (Authority – Subject). Parties on an equal footing (Customer – Service provider). Legal position of the individual Established in the Constitution and in individual laws, which may be amended at any time by the public authorities or interpreted differently than previously.…

Free Private Cities as complete LEAP Zones

Gone are the times in which a simple tax cut created prosperity. There are currently more than 3.000 Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in operation worldwide. 153 countries, or 80% of all countries, already have some kind of special zone¹. For this reason, the mere creation of a special zone with tax and customs relief is…

A Life without Politics is possible

Free Private Cities are, apart from the relationship to the host state and to the outside world, non-political societies. Everyone knows his rights and obligations. It is known from the outset that it is not possible to impose one’s own values upon others. The legitimacy of this system is beyond question. After all, each individual…

Who Benefits from Free Private Cities?

Residents … who want to enjoy guaranteed and affordable security as well as liberty under a strict rule of law regime. So far, only big companies with large investment volumes can negotiate legal stability agreements with governments. In Free Private Cities, every single resident gets his or her own personal agreement with the operator, which…

Why the World needs Free Private Cities

Societies worldwide are affected by a loss of trust in governments and social unrest. It seems that traditional forms of government, even Western democracies, are reaching their limits. This is no coincidence. Most people want to decide for themselves about their lives and not leave it to a group of chosen people whose motives often…