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Additional opportunities to acquire political knowledge

I can help (and my expert acquaintances) in the following topics mentioned at the end of the book:


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  • Corruption crisis management

Details in the book, more details in the consultation.

  • Health care reform for cheap and fast care

The video has English subtitle, and we can easily write a reform together to the current situation in your country (In the video: One-day surgeries, Robots in the health care, Financial incentives in the health care, Risk of infection, Green energy in the health care)


  • Educational reform: the curriculum that can be used in reality from primary school to university

Education for quality democracy: publicity in the education, self-government of the professions of the education, modern history, knowledge of fundamental rights etc.

More details in the consultation (on internet or personally). 

You can find my political program in Hungarian language here (about every topic) If you need to read this book for free – use the translation option or google translate ect.:


  • Rural development for rural jobs

There are 3 types of aid/rural development:

  1. Every month, the government transfers a specific amount to the poor. This is the least effective form of aid/development. However, this is the most expensive. It only stabilizes poverty because it hardly creates new jobs, it does not encourage people to take action.
  2. A second type of aid is when the poor do not receive a cash benefit but they get hens, animal feed, seeds, cows, etc. Such aids are much more effective because the hen lays eggs for years, which is a “renewable” food. Seeds are also useful, but they also need education about agricultural knowledge for the poor. So, on the other hand, you do not have to help every month, but rather less often. So at least they will have agricultural knowledge and this can lift them out of misery.
  3. The best form of aid/development is when the government helps bring a company to life within the local community. Locals, for example, produce food. From the aid money, the locals also process the food produced in a joint venture. So they not only produce the raw material with the lowest price, but also a finished product. For example, locals produce apples, the government is helping to set up a local canning plant that is jointly owned and owned by the locals. The canning plant produces canned apples from apples, ie processed, end products. Selling this will bring a lot more money to the community. The small local canning plant will create additional jobs.
    This is a type of aid that requires a larger amount, but if thousands of rural people can sell their products at high prices, they will no longer need aid.
    This requires several things: i) Education: production training, online sales training, agricultural knowledge. ii) They have to get some transport vehicles. iii) Some solar cells for electricity. This type of assistance not only helps at the individual level, and even not only at the settlement level, but also makes 10-20 rural settlements significantly wealthier and so they will have money. The government does not have to help every month, only maybe every half year or every year a little.

Contact us in person or online for details, more ideas, Hungarian agricultural examples. Other ideas extend rural development to tourism and home crafts.


  • Urban development for livable and ’smart’ cities

Urban development is a less dramatic task than rural development: there are fewer poor, almost all money is focus in cities.
There are two bases to urban development:
i) Transforming transport and creating livable neighborhoods, these will attract investors and tourists; the locals will like it too.
ii) The basic goal of urban development is to divert money to the poorer parts of the city, especially by providing housing for the poor and creating street safety.

A good book about this topic mainly with Northern European examples: Cities for People A good constructor: Gehl The writer himself: Jan Gehl. He realised a lot of things with his wife. His wife is psychologist and he use this knowledge too. I made a video about how I could translate his knowledge in the Hungarian situation: Hungarian video.


  • Linking the environment protection with poverty eradication

Solar panels, solar collectors, electric cars for the poor etc.

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  • Reform for the indebted homeowners

  1. The state buys out overdue housing loans from banks.
  2. Use of empty dwellings in the country.
  3. Stay there as a tenant.

Contact us in person or online for details and more ideas.

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  • Penitentiary reforms for efficiency

Norwegian example, English / Hungarian example and US example

What is the most effective penitentiary system and what makes it effective:

Contact us please

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  • Women’s protection

– In the workplace, women are sometimes negatively discriminated against or sometimes sexually harassed. This problem can be solved by strengthening advocacy in the workplace: strengthening trade unions, democratizing the workplace (as mentioned in the book).

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– In the case of domestic violence, the authority has to do: the alleged abused and, if requested, all her / his children must be placed until the abuse investigation is completed.

– Public sector’s subsidies for children need to be flexible to adapt to the different situations of families.

– They may also choose the dates on which the financial assistance will be disbursed. They can ask for support instead of money in assets etc.


  • Creating a humane; and crisis-proof banking sector

Publicity in bank sector: lending, payments etc.

– Regulation of the interbank credit market

– It will help the people-centered transformation of the banking sector if the players in the banking sector are required to legislate on the values / rules of the following organization: The Global Alliance for Banking on Values For example: the bank donates 10% of its profits to NGOs. The bank’s customers decide which NGOs receive this money.

The Global Alliance for Banking on Values is an independent network of banks using finance to deliver sustainable economic, social and environmental development.

The Hungarian example (MagNet Bank) explains its operation in concrete terms.

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  • Stock market reform

Within the financial sector, there are two areas of extreme risk: banks and the stock market. These two areas must be strictly separated. This will reduce the accumulation of high risks. Banks’ shares should be delisted from the stock exchange.
In smaller countries, it is common for smaller companies to be listed on the stock exchange, but these smaller companies need to be removed because it only causes uncertainty and in the midst of large cash flows, smaller companies become a toy for short sellers on the stock market.

Market of the bill of exchange regulation is also important.

Contact us in person or online for details and more ideas.

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  • Strengthening investigative journalism for the collection of domestic and international information


– Investigative journalism training is needed at public universities.

– The sources of investigative journalists should be protected by law so that journalists do not have to disclose their sources.

– If journalists are threatened, the state should maintain a property that is continuously protected by militants.


  • All in all: the creation of the welfare state

We help put the changes together into a universal change.

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  • How to be the most useful politician for your society

  1. Humanly, how to establish a political career
  2. What it means to be human in politics
  3. How to avoid unnecessary power struggles
  4. Finally: Forming new international alliances

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