Now I could imagine that for many people, reading the following statement in my Political Policy: “The Freedom Party of Australia advocates an autocratic form of government (though not by hereditary but based on merit) over any democratic or constitutional system of government in its capacity to serve the people honestly and accountably,” could easily lead to confusion. It could easily be misconstrued that I am standing for some kind of tyrannical rule of a heartless dictator. But actually it is the furthest thing from that.
True Leaders vs Mere Bureaucratic Administrator
The kind of government that I envision first requires a visionary leader (in our case I propose that he be called the Chief Citizen), one who can guide the state and thus the destiny of that realm over which he has power. I use the word “guide” because there is a big difference between true leadership and mere bureaucratic administration. True leaders are not caught up in the mundane managerial notion of libertarian governance. Such a leader is not required to personally formulate every policy, or even to bother himself with their implementation and micromanaging.