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Foreign Policy

The PDSJ believes that the only way forward for the world is the peaceful co-existence of all its states, while categorically rejecting the exploitation of the 3rd World by the industrialized nations. Tensions can in large part be avoided even before they arise by appropriate forms of development aid and observance of the principle of respect for other cultures.

Education Policy

Our present system of education is much too geared to the getting-across of the sort of knowledge that can, today, in any case, be "called up" more or less to order via the Internet and other media. The emphasis in our schools and universities needs to be shifted rather to the acquisition of the ability to recognize interconnections, to the provision of tools for solving problems, to learning to handle our own as well as others' aggressive impulses, and to the inculcation of structured thinking.

Ethics and Morality

A neo-liberal coldness and hard-heartedness has gradually penetrated and permeated, in recent decades, all spheres of society, the economy, and political and governmental activity. There is an urgent need for a revival, in our day-to-day dealings with one another, of the spirit of community, honesty and decency.

Domestic Policy

A neo-liberal coldness and hard-heartedness has gradually penetrated and permeated, in recent decades, all spheres of society, the economy, and political and governmental activity. There is an urgent need for a revival, in our day-to-day dealings with one another, of the spirit of community, honesty and decency.

Judicial Policy

Legislation passed in our country must reflect to a significant degree and in a consistent manner the basic sense of the "man (or woman) in the street" of what is surely right and what is surely wrong. When punishments are imposed, they must be imposed in a manner more plainly just and fair - although it is also the case that wise political action can go a long way to bringing it about that many criminal actions punished by our juridical system would cease to be committed at all.

Cultural Policy

Cultural diversity is to be encouraged and promoted; where subsidies are granted, they should certainly not be enjoyed by already-established, "mainstream" art and culture.

Social Policy

For the foreseeable future, we are not likely again to experience "full employment". Social policy must reflect this undeniable historical fact. We citizens need to be assured a livelihood in keeping with our basic human dignity, with or without remunerative employment!

Environment and Animal Rights

It is an irrecusable duty of the present-day inhabitants of the earth to maintain the planet in such a condition that it may be inhabited with the same joy a thousand or ten thousand years from now as today. If this is to be the case, then we must refrain from all action which is likely to disturb the diversity of plant and animal species, alter the climate, or flood the earth with harmful radiation.

Transport Policy

Globalisation has resulted in goods being transported from place to place on an ever larger scale. This development, which also applies to transport of persons, requires new and better solutions. It is the task of a responsible transport policy to develop these.

Economic Policy

Remunerative employment which makes the same simple sense that it did at the height of the industrial age is becoming ever more rare. This is a fact with which politics has to come to terms. The wrong way to do this is to try to save jobs in certain industries by subsidizing them. The right way is rather a liberalization of the economy, and dismantling of unnecessary administrative structures and obstacles placed in the way of economic activity by the state.

An essential counterpart to such economic liberalization must be the payment to each citizen, unconditionally, of a "basic income" which will be his or hers by right of citizenship alone and which will secure for him or her a reasonable modest livelihood.

The savings achieved in this way will mean, where they are combined with a rigorous dismantling of the system of subsidization, that funding and financing will no longer be a problem.

Our complete party programme, our declaration regarding the proposed "Basic Citizen's Income", and our Party Statutes are all to be found under Publications.

Translated by Alexander Reynolds