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The Directors Party

 direct markets - direct ownership - direct democracy - direct funding 

Localism Versus Globalism

The Directors Party believe resources ought to be owned by those who have direct responsibility for them; that is the people in a location who take responsibility for what they have.

There is an irreconcilable difference between globalism and localism. There is an irreconcilable distinction between responsibility and dereliction of duty.

Liberalism rejects the concept of human rights as inalienable and absolute. Liberalism sees human rights as conditional. Human rights for a liberal are more accurately termed legal rights. Legal rights are gifted by governments. This is why the fetus has no rights in the eyes of liberals. Directors view the fetus as a person with rights. Rights begin at conception because it holds the keys to rights in its DNA. The fetus is the carrier of the next generation and the survival of all we have created.

Directors have a duty towards a new life. Liberals have no sense of duty or obligation. That is the distinction between liberals and patriots.