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Private Cities

What is a Private City?

Imagine waking up each morning in a city where you feel safe, empowered, and protected. A city where your voice matters as much as your neighbors’ in the public debate. A place you have the power to enact real change because there is no political administration while economically thriving thanks to no taxation. All this is combined with an exceptional quality of life. 

Through Private Cities, this can be your next life journey. 

 

Belonging to the libertarianism school of thought, the concept of private cities upload liberty as a core principle. These cities seek to maximize autonomy, political freedom, free association, individualism, freedom of choice, and voluntary association. Unlike conventional cities, Private Cities are owned and operated by private companies that act as service providers. Residents of the Private Cities and the company are tied by a contract. The organization is responsible for maintaining the roads, buildings, and all infrastructures. Regarding laws, Private cities have their precise set of rules, generally run perpendicular to the laws of the nations they are geographically located within. 

 

Private cities are challenging the model we currently live in; they offer a unique lifestyle where being prosperous and living in paradise is possible. At Nordland International BV, we have the envision to challenge the status quo and offer new answers.

The social system in the Private Cities is based on the individual's right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness.

 

Direct democracy in the Private Cities:

 

The Private Cities have a  Direct democracy system, The Direct  democracy is a form of democracy in which the residents of the Private Cities decide on policy initiatives without elected representatives as proxies.

 

In the direct democracy system, the residents of the Private Cities decide on policies without any intermediary or representative,

Direct democracy also entail the residents of the Private Cities in passing executive decisions, the use of sortition, making laws, directly electing or dismissing officials, and conducting trials

 

The form of Direct democracy in the Private Cities is a  Deliberative democracy. The deliberative democracy is a form of democracy in which deliberation is central to decision-making. It adopts elements of both consensus decision-making and majority rule. Deliberative democracy differs from traditional democratic theory in that authentic deliberation, not mere voting, is the primary source of legitimacy for the law.

 

Economic Freedom in the Private Cities

 

 

Q.1What is economic freedom?

 

Economic freedom is the fundamental right of every human to control his or her own labor and property. In an economically free society, individuals are free to work, produce, consume, and invest in any way they please. In economically free societies, governments allow labor, capital, and goods to move freely, and refrain from coercion or constraint of liberty beyond the extent necessary to protect and maintain liberty itself.

 

Q.2. What are the benefits of economic freedom?

 

Economic freedom brings greater prosperity. There is the positive relationship between economic freedom and a variety of positive social and economic goals. The ideals of economic freedom are strongly associated with healthier societies, cleaner environments, greater per capita wealth, human development, democracy, and poverty elimination. For further information, see especially:

 

Q.3. How do we measure economic freedom?

 

We measure economic freedom based on 12 quantitative and qualitative factors, grouped into four broad categories, or pillars, of economic freedom:

  1. Rule of Law (property rights, government integrity, judicial effectiveness)

  2. Government Size (government spending, tax burden, fiscal health)

  3. Regulatory Efficiency (business freedom, labor freedom, monetary freedom)

  4. Open Markets (trade freedom, investment freedom, financial freedom)

 

Taxation in the Private Cities:

  1. Capital gains tax 3%

  2. Corporate tax 15%

  3. VAT 3%

  4. Payroll tax 3%

  5. Stamp duty 3% Stamp duty applies to some legal binding documents as classified into 4 heads:

  • Head 1: All sale or lease transactions in the Private Cities immovable property.

  • Head 2: The transfer of the Private Cities Stock.

  • Head 3: All Private Cities bearer instruments.

  • Head 4: Any duplicates and counterparts of the above documents.

One example is shares of companies which are either incorporated in the Private Cities or listed on the Private Cities Exchange. Other than the said shares, Private Cities Stock is defined as shares and marketable securities, units in unit trusts, and rights to subscribe for or to be allotted stock. Stamp duty on a conveyance on sale of land is charged at progressive rates of 3% of the amount of consideration. 

Real Estate Agencies do usually arrange the stamping for Tenancy Agreements for residential apartments.

 

No corruption in the Private Cities:

 

What is corruption?

 

We define corruption as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain.

Corruption erodes trust, weakens democracy, hampers economic development and further exacerbates inequality, poverty, social division and the environmental crisis.

Exposing corruption and holding the corrupt to account can only happen if we understand the way corruption works and the systems that enable it.

 

The Basics

 

Corruption can take many forms, and can include behaviours like:

  • public servants demanding or taking money or favours in exchange for services,

  • politicians misusing public money or granting public jobs or contracts to their sponsors, friends and families,

  • corporations bribing officials to get lucrative deals

 

Corruption can happen anywhere: in business, government, the courts, the media, and in civil society, as well as across all sectors from health and education to infrastructure and sports.

Corruption can involve anyone: politicians, government officials, public servants, business people or members of the public.

Corruption happens in the shadows, often with the help of professional enablers such as bankers, lawyers, accountants and real estate agents, opaque financial systems and anonymous shell companies that allow corruption schemes to flourish and the corrupt to launder and hide their illicit wealth.

Corruption adapts to different contexts and changing circumstances. It can evolve in response to changes in rules, legislation and even technology.

 

To Fight Corruption, We embrace Transparency

Transparency is all about knowing who, why, what, how and how much. It means shedding light on formal and informal rules, plans, processes and actions. Transparency helps us, the public, hold all power to account for the common good.

Seeking and receiving information is a human right that can act as a safeguard against corruption, and increase trust in decision makers and public institutions. However, transparency is not only about making information available, but ensuring it can be easily accessed, understood and used by citizens.

But transparency is only the first step to curbing corruption

We have learned from experience that corruption can only be kept in check if representatives from government, business and civil society work together for the common good.

Law and regulations in the Private Cities.

 

The Private Cities' unique legal and regulatory framework is based on international standards and principles of Common Law that is tailored to the area's unique needs, creating the optimal environment for businesses to grow.

Healthcare system in the Private Cities.

 

 

The Private healthcare system in the Private City will become the best in the world.

 

Healthcare is a broad term used to describe the various systems we as humans rely upon to help us maintain our personal health through the treatment (or prevention) of illness, injury, disease, and other physical or mental impairments.

 

Healthcare encompasses medical doctors and hospitals and dentistry, psychology, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and more.

Healthcare systems take many forms, and access to healthcare varies across countries, municipalities, and individuals and is primarily influenced by economic and social factors.

 

Access to healthcare is seen as a fundamental human right by many people and administrations. People who lack quality healthcare are often left with a poorer quality of life and lower life expectancy than people who enjoy a stable, accessible, and affordable healthcare system.

Countries with efficient and effective health care systems have overall better health outcomes than countries whose health care systems lag.

The quality of healthcare is determined by considering a wide range of factors, including the care process (preventative care measures, safe care, coordinated care, and engagement and patient preferences), access (affordability and timeliness), administrative efficiency, equity, and healthcare outcomes (population health, mortality amenable to healthcare, and disease-specific health outcomes).

 

Identifying a top-notch health care system is fairly easy. While health care systems are complex, several factors can be used to determine which systems are the most effective. The systems in play are incredibly complex, and there is significant debate about which factors are most important and what a perfect system looks like. But healthcare is vitally important, so health-focused organizations keep searching for that elusive best system.

 

The hospitals in the Private Cities are private and the healthcare system of the Private Cities is private. 

 

  • For the residents of the Private Cities who can afford to buy private healthcare insurances, they will buy their own private healthcare insurance themselves.

  • For the residents of the Private Cities who cannot afford to buy their own private healthcare insurance, the companies managing the Private Cities will buy for them private healthcare insurances so they can have access to private healthcare services.

 

In the Private Cities, every resident has access to the best private healthcare services and nobody is left out !

 

Education system in the Private Cities

 

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." 

 

The education system in the Private Cities is private.

 

While education levels vary from country to country, there is a clear correlation between the quality of a country's educational system and its general economic status and overall well-being.

In general developing nations tend to offer their citizens a higher quality of education than the least developed nations do, and fully developed nations offer the best quality of education of all.

Education is clearly a vital contributor to any country's overall health.

Education is a human right and plays a crucial role in human, social and economic development.

Education promotes gender equality, fosters peace, and increases a person's chances of having more and better life and career opportunities.

The Private Cities will have a well-developed private education system that will provide top-quality education.

 

All schools and universities in the Private Cities are private.

 

  • For the residents of the Private Cities who can afford the tuition fees, they will pay themselves.

  • For the residents of the Private Cities who cannot afford the tuition fees, the companies managing the Private Cities will pay for them.

 

In the Private Cities, all residents have access to top-quality education.

Currencies of the Private Cities,

 

The Private Cities will have their own currencies backed by gold, diamond and platinum reserves.

The currencies of the Private Cities will be strong and stable.

Economies of the Private Cities.

 

 

The focus of the Private Cities will be the creation of high quality jobs for the residents to guarantee them a high standard of living and a high spending power.

 

  • The Private Cities will be producing high value products and providing high value services.

  • The Private Cities will be providing highly paid jobs to residents.

 

The economic sectors to be developed in the Private Cities:

 

  • Renewable Energy.

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Biotechnology

  • Nanotechnology

  • Pharmaceuticals

  • Real Estate

  • Media

  • Green Technology

  • Financial Services

  • Finance Technology

  • Education

  • Healthcare services

  • Aerospace

  • Engineering

  • Precision instruments

  • IT Hardware

  • IT Software

  • Construction services

  • Leisure

  • Telecommunication

  • Medical equipments

  • Recycling

  • Logistics

  • Transportation

  • Organic Agriculture

  • Processed food.

The Management of Private Cities

Private Cities are managed by an Executive Board composed of the President and Chief-Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Officers of the various departments and the representatives of the residents who are shareholders.

The particularity of Private Cities is that the residents have the privilege to become shareholders and take part in the decision making process.

As shareholders, the residents of the Private Cities have seats at the Executive Board and take part in the decision making process of the Executive Board.

These are the departments managing the Private Cities, see below:

 

The Executive department:

The Executive Department is managed by the President of the Executive Board and the Chief-Executive Officer (CEO).

The Finance department:

The Finance department is managed by the Chief Financial Officer.

 

The Communications, Public Relations and Marketing department:

The Communications, Public Relations and Marketing department is managed by the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer

The Human Development department:

The Human Development Department is managed by the Chief Human Development Officer.

The Digital department:

The Digital department is managed by the Chief Digital Officer.

The Business Development department:

The Business Development department is managed by the Chief Business Development Officer.

The Legal department:

The Legal department is managed by the Chief Legal Officer.

The Investment department:

The Investment department is managed by the Chief Investment Officer.

The Energy department:

The Energy department is managed by the Chief Energy Officer.

The Risk Management department:

The Risk Management department is managed by the Chief Risk Management Officer.

The transport department:

The Transport is managed by a Chief Transport Officer.

The Technology department:

The Technology department is managed by the Chief Technology Officer.

The Environment department:

The Environment department is managed by the Chief Environment Officer.

The Private Cities will become major Economic hubs for innovation, creativity and competitiveness

The concept of Private City is based on the individual's right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness.

 

 

Advantages

An Excellent quality of life to the residents.

A high standard of living.

State-of-the-art infrastructure

(Airport, Luxury accommodation,

Marina, Port, private hospitals,

private schools, private universities,

International Financial Centers, 

Business Parks, Science & Technology Parks).

Individual liberties.

No income tax, no inheritance tax, no wealth tax and no gift tax.

Protection of privacy.

Safety.

The perfect locations for 

innovative businesses and global entrepreneurs.

Live and work in paradise.

Press freedom.

Freedom of speech.

Empowering the residents (private

individuals and businesses).

Economic freedom.

Protection of private property rights.

Protection of Human Rights.

Protection of Intellectual Property.

Protection of copyright law

Private Cities around the world 

Press freedom.

Freedom of speech.

Empowering the residents (private

individuals and businesses).

Economic freedom.

Protection of private property rights.

Protection of Human Rights.

Protection of Intellectual Property.

Protection of copyright law.

Liberstad, Norway
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