President’s message

Gypsey Luongo has finally achieved her lifelong dream of giving Africa and middle east back their dignity and restoring the balanced eco system of wild life and human interaction that has been destroyed by the plunder of Africa and middle east.

This dream was inspired by her father Michele Luongo who taught her the values and wisdom of ancient times.

Her belief is that every African and Middle Eastern child, teenager or youth is worth more than gold, diamond, oil and all of Africa's and Middle Eastern mineral resources.

They are priceless.

Full of potential and it's time to cultivate the Leadership, creativity, innovation and possibility in them.

Maveric N.G.O Sovereign States will allow anyone who has a dream of a new future to become a citizen provided they are prepared to abstain from violence as a solution.

The most lasting tangible act of leadership is the creation of institution that continues to exert moral leadership and foster needed social change long after the creative leaders are gone.

Our goals:

Providing a new lifestyle in a safe and secure environment and ensuring
Financial freedom
Home ownership
Free education
Free Medical care
Free access to water and electricity
Job creation

Economic Aspirations

To provide and produce food for all residents of the African and Middle East continent promote health, trade, job security, furnished modern homes and a brighter future for all funded by the sale of fuel and our personal endeavours.

About Maveric governing system

What kind of rule is best?
How should a leader behave in office?

For those who will listen, Cicero still has important lessons to teach.

Among these are:

  1. There are universal laws that govern the conduct of human affairs.
    divine rules independent of time and place guarantee
    fundamental freedoms to everyone and constrain the way in
    which governments should behave.
    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created
    equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain
    unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the
    pursuit of happiness.”
  2. The best form of government embraces a balance of powers.
    A just government must be founded on a system of checks and
    balances.
    Beware the leader who sets aside constitutional rules claiming the
    need for expediency or security.
  3. Leaders should be of exceptional character and integrity.
    Those who would govern a country must possess great courage, ability, and
    resolve. True leaders always put the interest of their nation above their own.
  4. Keep your friends close—and your enemies closer.
    Leaders fail when they take their friends and allies for granted. Never neglect
    your supporters, but even more important, always make sure you know what your
    enemies are doing. Don’t be afraid to reach out to those who oppose you. Pride
    and stubbornness are luxuries you cannot afford.
  5. Intelligence is not a dirty word.
    Those who govern a country should be the best and the brightest of the land.
  6. Compromise is the key to getting things done.
    it is irresponsible to take an unwavering stand when circumstances
    are always evolving. There are times to stand one’s ground, but consistently
    refusing to yield is a sign of weakness, not strength.
  7. Don’t raise taxes—unless you absolutely have to.
    Every country needs revenue in order to function, but Cicero declares that a primary
    purpose of a government is to assure that individuals keep what belongs to them,
    not to redistribute wealth. On the other hand, he condemns the concentration of
    such wealth into the hands of the few and asserts that it is the duty of a country to
    provide fundamental services and security to its citizens.
  8. Immigration makes a country stronger.
    New citizens bring new energy and ideas to a country.
  9. Never start an unjust war.
    Of course the Romans, just like modern nations, believed they could justify any
    war they wanted to wage, but Cicero at least holds up the ideal that
    wars begun from greed rather than defense or to protect a country’s honor are
    inexcusable.
  10. Corruption destroys a nation.
    Greed, bribery, and fraud devour a country from the inside, leaving it weak and
    vulnerable.
    Corruption is not merely a moral evil, but a practical menace that leaves citizens
    at best disheartened, at worst seething with anger and ripe for revolution.

Some words of wisdom

"Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the Gods": - Albert Einstein

"There is no absolute knowledge. And those who claim it, whether they are scientists or dogmatists, open the door to tragedy. All information is imperfect. We have to treat it with humility": - J. Bronowski

"The things that will destroy us are: politics without principle; pleasure without conscience; wealth without work; knowledge without character; business without morality; science without humanity; and worship without sacrifice": - Mahatma Mohandas K. Gandhi

"There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up." - John Holmes

"You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you." - John Bunyan.

 

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