Our message in brief


Promoting the idea of independent regions, cities, districts and municipalities, created by free citizens according to their vision, with local dialects, culture, values and traditions.


Local councils, without the interference of global stakeholders, with credible local politicians who can be held accountable.

Real pluralism

One size does not fit all. Let people create different lives without imposing their choice on others, or forcing others to pay for it. Build your community with like-minded people.


Local banks and stores adapted to the economy and supply of the area, with increased trust and cooperation with local producers.

Locally produced

A shift towards more local production and agriculture, both for quality reasons, but also for social and economic benefits.


Shorter transportation routes allow for easier and more spontaneous logistics, with fresher products and better quality control.

Help is close at hand

Local pension and social security funds to make sure they are used properly and when needed, with local knowledge and trust.

Regional police

Regional police with a locally elected chief, who adapts activities to the specific area and cooperates with residents.

Protecting privacy

Less privacy violations or automated control of citizens, as small scale does not require it.

Regional cooperation

Sometimes regions need to work together on major projects, freely and with mutual influence, for the benefit of all involved.

Respect for nature

Man as a healthy part of nature. Respect for forests, seas, lakes, rivers, mountains, plains and all living things.

Visionary technology

No hostility to technology. Build modern and safe nuclear power plants, or let several regions cooperate on space projects. Visionary technology for visionary people.


Is local self-government a threat to nations and empires?

Cosmopolitanism and regionalism in the age of globalism

The fear of regionalism, fragmentation and disintegration

Nationalism and globalism, opposites or twin ideologies?

The barber and modernity