This philosophy outlines the basic questions of, who we are, what aspects of life belong to the individual, what the individual should decide for themselves, what must we do as citizens and what is fair.
The question of identity needs to be answered first. Although many aspects of my philosophy are similar to Marxism or communism, there is one major difference. That difference is that there are 'leaders' who are chosen to help out the civilians. These 'leaders' are voted in. they do not have a campaign, anyone can be voted in. those who are voted in can serve for a minimum of six months and a maximum of two years. They are usually known for making wise decisions and for always being friendly and open-minded.
It is important for our leaders to be open-minded because of the question of individuality. There is no such thing as uniform or standardized way to dress, eat, wear your hair, or how to treat other people.
In this philosophy every aspect of life belongs to the individual. They choose everything they do, or do not want to do. There are only two 'rules' which pertain to everybody including the leaders. The first rule is that everyone must contribute twenty dollars a month towards their leaders. All the money contributed will be recycled back into the community and is never for the leaders' personal use. That is a guarantee. The second rule is that everyone must finish school to a minimum of grade twelve; with this everyone will have a chance of getting further education if they desire.
Those two rules lead to the third aspect of my philosophy; the question of responsibility. In addition to completing school and contributing to the leaders, there is one more responsibility that all citizens must adhere to.