"The Key to Individual Freedom
is Individual Power Combined with a Moral Culture Dedicated to Civil
PERSONAL SOVEREIGNTY can
initially be a confusing concept to someone emerging from the twentieth
century and not clear on the future direction of human society.
Yet personal sovereignty is really very simple. To be sovereign
over one's self is to be free of the control or coercion of others - to
truly direct one's own life. Most citizens of advanced nations believe
that they control their own destiny, yet they are generally mistaken.
Practically all have it within their power to achieve such control,
with the result being a quantum leap in individual productivity, wealth
We start by explaining what the
Personal Sovereignty movement is NOT: it is NOT a political movement railing against one political party or
another, and it is NOT related in any way to the similarly-titled
"Sovereign Citizen" movement which claims to educate people on how
to avoid taxes or other burdens of modern government through obscure pro-se
legal filings - we DO NOT promote such activities here.
Instead, the Personal
Sovereignty movement represents a new paradigm for human social evolution which will
challenge and eventually replace current social hierarchy structures in the early twenty-first century.
the 21st century Personal Sovereignty will replace national citizenship
as the status of the ordinary person within society. At the same time a
network relationship between individual sovereigns, sometimes called a
Network Society, will replace republican democracy
as the primary political system within advanced nations. The
Network Society and the personal sovereignty movement represent a
natural maturation and evolution of representative democracy from a
majority rule system to a system based on the rule of the majority of
The Centre for Personal Sovereignty is a non-profit, educational, non-membership effort of the Better Future Institute which seeks to foster the healthy and peaceful growth of the personal sovereignty
movement. Individuals may support our work by direct contributions.
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