Strategic Homeland Reform & Innovation Movement Party

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Citizen's Liberty Against State Tyranny

Introduction to S.H.R.I.M.P.

S.H.R.I.M.P.'s official party logo.

Strategic Homeland Reform & Innovation Movement Party (S.H.R.I.M.P. for short) is an ideologically libertarian party, led by wholesaler and politician Antonio Recio Rufián.

SHRIMP emerges as a dynamic and visionary force in the political landscape, advocating for a society rooted in individual liberty, minimal government intervention, and unwavering integrity. SHRIMP's core values are a reflection of a commitment to personal freedom, resistance against state overreach, staunch opposition to corruption, and the protection of citizens' rights to bear arms.

Our views are enclosed in four main beliefs:

Libertarianism: At the heart of SHRIMP's philosophy, our party believes in the primacy of individual freedom and autonomy, arguing that every person should have the right to live their life as they see fit, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. SHRIMP champions the idea that a truly free society is one where individuals make their own choices without undue interference from the government.

Anti-State Control: SHRIMP stands firmly against excessive state control and bureaucratic overreach. The party advocates for a limited government whose primary role is to protect the rights and freedoms of its citizens rather than to dictate their lives. SHRIMP seeks to reduce the size and scope of government, promoting decentralization and privatization as more effective and responsive to the needs of the people.

Anti-Corruption: Integrity and transparency are the bedrocks of SHRIMP's anti-corruption stance. The party is dedicated to eradicating corruption and power abuse at all levels of government and ensuring that public officials are held to the highest ethical standards. SHRIMP supports robust measures to increase accountability, transparency, and ethical conduct in public office, aiming to restore trust in governmental institutions.

Gun Ownership: Believing in the fundamental right to self-defense, SHRIMP is a staunch advocate for the introduction of further legislation that protects the right to bear arms. The party views gun ownership as a critical component of personal liberty and security. SHRIMP opposes restrictive gun control measures, arguing that law-abiding citizens should have the ability to protect themselves, their families, and their property.

SHRIMP envisions a society where individuals are empowered to pursue their own paths, free from the constraints of an overreaching state. By advocating for a minimalist government, SHRIMP seeks to create an environment where innovation and entrepreneurship can flourish, corruption is a relic of the past, and the fundamental rights of citizens are protected and cherished. The party's commitment to these principles aims to foster a nation where liberty, justice, and prosperity are accessible to all who search for it.

Policy list

Taxes & Industry

  • Reduction and eventual erasure of Corporate Tax.
  • Drastic reduction of the Income Tax deduction.
  • Reduction of Under-utilised Residential Property Tax deduction.
  • Reduction of all consumption-based taxes.
  • Privatization of nationalised utility services such as: Water, Electricity, Natural Gas, Telecommunications and Post.
  • Cooperation/negotiation with private companies to improve the quality of Public Transport, Railway and Airlines services.
  • Promotion of foreign investment.
  • Raise the Small Enterprise Creation Investment Credit to stimulate the economy.
  • Invest heavily into nuclear energy as a viable renewable source of energy.
  • Promotion of economic development.
  • Full recovery from the current economic crisis through means that favor business growth.

Assembly Corruption

  • Reduce the reach of the Assembly President.
  • Ammend the Executive Powers Resolution (645) to forbid any executive body overreach against the citizenry.
  • Establish an Assembly President Allegiance Limit to stop one sole party from controlling the position for too long.

Civil Rights

  • Introduce an article in the Kodiak Universal Rights (650) to include the bearing of firearms as an inherent right for all Kodiak citizens.
  • Establish the choice of which public school should a parent choose for their children to be enrolled in.
  • Complete legalization of posession and consumption of drugs.
  • Promote the expansion of freedoms and protect the will of the ciitizenry
  • People's rights to enjoy pineappple pizza shalln't be infringed. (very real IC point fr)

Government Organization

  • Divide the Health & Education Ministry into two separate ministries.
  • Replace the Education Ministry with a, elected national school board by party list.
  • Reorganize the Public Transportation system to be maintained and further developed by regional governments.

Defense

  • Cut unnecessary costs from the military expenditure.
  • Invest into improvements and new research of military technology.
  • Cooperate with international military companies to further the research whenever possible.

(To be continued)

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