The Many Benefits


  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Child Soldiers

    Children Fighting for the next tyrant. Take away the monopoly that comes from winning a civil war and the motivation to fight disappears.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Poverty Doesn't Have to be The Future

    Poverty is a direct result of state corruption and its monopoly on force, which is used to suppress the spirit, innovation and creativity of people to solve their own problems. Without a corrupt government to pick the winners and suppress everyone else's efforts, prosperity can come to Africa and lift its people out of poverty.

  • Trade and Freedom Transform People, Cities, and Society

    There is a powerful wave of freedom and personal liberty transforming the world. The twentieth century saw the fall of the centralized economic model (communism) and the rise of decentralized power of personal property (capitalism). In just a few short years, small fishing villages have been transformed into vast cities of opportunity. Africa doesn't need aid, it needs freedom from state monopoly.