Martin Jedlicka, 22, aus Tschechien ➤ DAC Dunajska Streda, seit ➤ Torwart ➤ Marktwert: Tsd. € ➤ * in Příbram, Tschechien. Das Jedlička in Telgárt bietet eine Gemeinschaftslounge, einen Garten, kostenfreies WLAN und Bergblick. Die Unterkunft befindet sich 31 km. JEDLICKA, Ludwig: Die Ära Schuschnigg. In: Österreich ( bis ). Protokoll des Symposiums on Wien bis Oktober , S. JEDLICKA.
Rudolf Jedlička war tschechischer Arzt, Chirurg, Röntgenologe, Radiologe und Initiator einer Reihe von sozialen Einrichtungen. Jedlicka ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Gotthard Jedlicka (–), Schweizer Kunsthistoriker; Ludwig Jedlicka (–), österreichischer. Ludwig Franz Jedlicka (* Mai in Wien; † April in Salzburg) war ein österreichischer Historiker. Er war Ordinarius an der Universität Wien sowie. JEDLICKA, Ludwig: Die Ära Schuschnigg. In: Österreich ( bis ). Protokoll des Symposiums on Wien bis Oktober , S. JEDLICKA. Es gibt wohl keinen anderen Schweizer Kunsthistoriker, Kunstschriftsteller oder Kunstkritiker,der so viel publiziert hat wie Gotthard Jedlicka (–). Jedlička Rudolf, Chirurg. * Lissa a. d. Elbe (Lysá nad Labem, Böhmen), 2. ; † Neuwelt (Nový Svět, Böhmen), Stud. an der Tschech. Univ. Martin Jedlicka, 22, aus Tschechien ➤ DAC Dunajska Streda, seit ➤ Torwart ➤ Marktwert: Tsd. € ➤ * in Příbram, Tschechien.
Jedlicka ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Gotthard Jedlicka (–), Schweizer Kunsthistoriker; Ludwig Jedlicka (–), österreichischer. Ludwig Franz Jedlicka (* Mai in Wien; † April in Salzburg) war ein österreichischer Historiker. Er war Ordinarius an der Universität Wien sowie. Das Jedlička in Telgárt bietet eine Gemeinschaftslounge, einen Garten, kostenfreies WLAN und Bergblick. Die Unterkunft befindet sich 31 km.
There are all these options how Liberland can expand. This is going to be the major topic for the D10E conference that will happen in two weeks in Liberland.
Euvie: What are some of the challenges that you anticipate having in the future as the vision of this thing grows?
Some people are also fancy that, even the people that are part of establishment now fancy the fact that there is something completely new, there is something which is completely non-binding in a way.
Of course, we will keep on having these challenges by the establishment globally. The great idea about Liberland is very hard to fight it and the more taxes and regulations people are making around the world in other countries, the more citizen of Liberland we actually have.
The more chaos there is everywhere else the more people are attracted to projects like Liberland.
What do you see some of them being and how do you plan to mitigate for that? The founding fathers of the United States did a fairly good job in bringing about the most prosperous society on the planet ever.
They are, of course, behind this whole social development that has growing for a couple of centuries after. Of course, there are all these technologies that are making freedom much more accessible to the masses now.
Mike: This is where I think the conversation starts to get a bit philosophical. And they cannot be changed over the course of the time.
This constitution that Chase Holloway putting together  is one that could be, in future, used to be turned into a smart contract, which is a very important part, of course, of the puzzle.
This constitution is also the one that defines, let me just put it very simply, that our goal is to maximize the freedom for the individuals in the society, the goal of this constitution.
These are I think, again, the most important elements for the success  in the future; the constitution of Liberland is a smart contract which maximizes the freedom of citizens in Liberland.
Also, it has learned all the tragical mistakes that were done by the governments in the last couple of centuries.
Euvie: How do reconcile people having more freedom with them doing things that are potentially anti-social?
I believe that people in Liberland will be responsible, they will not use the drugs in a way that  would be out of the ordinary.
Euvie: What about something like the extreme end of free capitalism where corporate entities can influence governmental decisions because there are no proper restrictions on that kind of thing?
Are you planning to mitigate things like that? In a regular society today, if a corporation wants to influence a policy it just sends money to the political group or politician that is in charge.
And this guy who is elected just for four years has zero responsibility  for his actions, especially in terms of finance, just makes this decision and make himself a little bit more richer.
In Liberland, the positive decisions will be made by shareholders of Liberland. If you want to have a bigger  say and you want the government to finance something, you basically have to put up the money for it and then gain shares or votes in the society so you can influence those decisions.
The incentives of the people that are making the decisions and people that are putting the money to make things work are completely in alignment, unlike in other societies.
Euvie: Do you see that becoming problematic at any point? For example, if the economic incentive is aligned that makes sense, but what if there  are other non-economic incentives where simply having the money and the voting power is not necessarily aligned with other interests, for example, ecological interests or the interests of the happiness and wellbeing of certain groups of people.
If the government or the shareholders basically make a decision that is against the will of majority,  then the majority of citizens can veto the decisions by the government, which I think is a very good control that nothing anti-democratic is happening.
The majority of citizens cannot decide that the wealthiest five percent of the society will pay more taxes. Now, positive decisions can be only made  by the shareholders.
This combination of basically these elements of dowel, elements of Republic, and a little bit of democracy where the democratic majority can veto the decisions is a very good model for the future.
We are actually adding one more element, which I believe is the future as well, and that is a decentralized justice system.
One of the ways how they could resolute the dispute is that they could basically take merits from one person and give it to the other, which would deliver the justice very fast.
If you appeal against the decision of these three judges that will be randomly selected from Liberlanders, you will get a jury of six Liberlanders that will make the decision, again, on a smart contract, on an Ethereum lite platform where they will get a private piece to change the balances of different merit holders in Liberland.
Whenever a problem in terms of some crime happening in Liberland erupts, you can sue  somebody and a randomly selected jury of three citizens generated by smart contract will be created.
These three people can make a decision how should one party compensate another. If they decide that there was some criminal act happening then they will actually make the decision that one person should compensate the other,  maybe return the thing that he stole and pay him some money.
If this person rejects, he can lose his merits with Liberland. Going all the way to actually people having minus balances in Liberland jurisdiction, basically becoming a wanted criminal for their actions.
That means six people, the same Liberlanders randomly generated by a smart contract will make a decision about the future.
If you appeal again, 12 different people will make the decision. That should probably be the final decision. A three-level decentralized court system completely independent of the government of Liberland,  which is I think a very nice goal to have the powers in Liberland completely separated.
We already have a bunch of lawyers codifying it properly and making it more compatible with the existing legal systems. We will actually test it once more before  making it as a smart contract on a database like system.
What it does it actually really motivates people  to fix the damage and compensate for the cause that they have created. Instead of putting them in jail, it gives them a time to work back and try to fix whatever they have damaged.
Of course, their ability to enter into contracts with other people is damaged, as well. They can also fix it very fast.
Not my going to jail and not doing anything for a couple of years, but simply by  working it out and fixing the problem itself. Mike: Seems like your feedback mechanisms have been really sped up.
This whole idea is brilliant. We were just invited for this private round of meetings in Denver,  in the United States, happening in three weeks where all people that are working something in the area of the new decentralized governance for states are going to be present.
We are still running on principles that maybe were very good a couple of centuries ago but now are broken and they need some upgrades.
To start to create their own future, and this is what we have also done at some point. That is very exciting.
Also, the exciting thing is that  we can rely on the fact that if we make things right, and we just work a little hard on making them reality, we can be very much sure that they will prevail and they will simply outrun the other systems.
Bitcoin is a great example of that. It is an example where it completely decentralized new type of cryptocurrency is going to take over not just central banking  but also regular banking world because it provides much more transparency, honesty, and other advantages which national currencies simply cannot compete with.
Euvie: I wanted to ask something on the other end of the spectrum. A couple of days ago there was a Twitter thread that went viral. The essence of it was that computer science and the technologies built on top of it have not yet its moment of reckoning where something happens as a result of the lack of foresight of the  scientists who have created it that creates completely catastrophic consequences.
China is already pushing that, right, the are having their social rankings score how could follower of Chinese political policies you are.
I think other countries will soon to follow. Mike: I think this has been  so interesting. I just really love that it sets an example for other governments and systems.
Euvie: Yeah, I love the aspect of electivism in something like this, where people can actually choose which government and which jurisdiction they go under for their business or for legal things.
I hope that in the future we will see more independent states like this that  give people an alternative and a choice other than the place where they were born into and the place that is actually designed to foster innovation or liberty or any of these other values.
There could be different states that are based on different values and people can choose from a menu. I really look forward to that future. Mike: How can people get involved if they want to become a citizen or help you out or anything like that?
I believe that once we run our own systems we can pretty much follow the success  story of [inaudible  but have a sovereign country on top of this.
Mike: I see this being such a popular option for digital nomads in the future. The whole Estonian e-residency thing was quite interesting. But if people can look at a different citizenship, especially Americans actually, giving up their old citizenship if it means that they can adopt the Liberland one and travel around with it.
How many citizens  do you actually have right now with passports? I cannot complain about the development.
Those are people that are responsible for getting Liberland recognized and for maintaining a community in their own countries.
Euvie: Thank you so much for joining us on the show,  this has been fascinating. The country was proclaimed in on seven square kilometers of unclaimed land along the Croatian and Serbian border.
The formal structure of the Liberland state combines the best functioning parts of the republic and democracy — a strict set of rules of what the state can govern, and a possibility for citizens to veto the decisions made by the government.
This way, the interference of government would be minimized and the state would provide the maximum freedom to its citizens.
A randomly assigned jury of qualified citizens would resolve disputes by distributing Merits from one party to another. Citizens who decide to pay taxes become shareholders of the country.
With an autonomous blockchain system and a monetary unit called Merits, Liberland is envisioned to be the first crypto country and the first decentralized autonomous government in the world.
Liberland currently has around citizens and representative offices around the world. It has already been recognized by several countries and it has issued several passports to its diplomats.
According to Vit, the main challenge is to set up institutions that would last for a long time, even for centuries.
In order to do that, it is important to learn from the mistakes of other countries and design decentralized technologies that make freedom more accessible to the masses.
He argues that in order to change anything about political systems, we have to create a new one. Jedlickas Western Wear has years of experience outfitting customers in fashionable western clothing for the entire family.
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Podcast: Play in new window Download. We will see a lot of this coming up, not just Liberland but there will be lots of competition from different aspects, not just  completely pure sovereign states like Liberland but also a lot of free trade zones.
There is a [inaudible  institute going. Mike: I think a lot of people probably assume that finding new, fresh,  unclaimed land is an impossibility in this day and age.
How is it that you actually found this unclaimed territory and claimed it for yourself and for Liberland?
We found a piece of land between Croatia and Serbia that was unclaimed by either country for more than 26 years. We came there, we stuck the flag, and it was enormously well received not just by alternative but especially by mainstream media all around the world, which was a pretty exciting time at the time.
Just the first week alone brought us some , emails which went to our mailboxes,  which was a completely unexpected amount of interest in being part of a new country.
Mike: I still find this to be just so fascinating that you had the confidence and the wherewithal to even attempt something like this and the surrounding countries just have no problem with it and let you go forward.
How was the response from other countries? Right after the breakup of the two countries, basically Serbia left it and they also deleted all information about it.
They had a lot of talks internally about Liberland, they kept saying we are [inaudible  a joke but they actually put a lot of police around the territory of Liberland, as well, which was interesting to see.
We got Liberland recognized by Somaliland, which is an interested country, very I would say secure and prosperous in Africa, which us unrecognized by anybody but is working completely fine,  almost for the same time like Liberland was unclaimed.
I think those are the first good partners. Euvie: What sort of formal structures do you hope to set up for Liberland and what kind of formal structures do you think are unnecessary?
They are actually doing what  the marketing agencies tell them. We see that as something which is not working. Republic is actually really about  not majority ruling over the rest of the society but a constitution ruling over the whole society, which is I think a good concept but not too well followed lately globally.
It will be a little bit of democracy, because the majority of people will be able to veto the decisions by the government. And the government will be actually composed of all the shareholders that made Liberland possible.
We are innovating a concept of taxation in Liberland, which I believe is the most important innovation that Liberland is bringing to the stage of governance.
Whenever you are paying taxes, which are completely voluntary by the way, you are always becoming a shareholder of the country that you are living in.
In Liberland, you always get a piece of the country that you are a part of, which I think is a much more healthier system that we have today.
Liberland will be actually a dowel or decentralized, first decentralized autonomous government. You said that the people who voluntarily pay taxes get to own a part of Liberland — in what form?
Is it like a dividend? Do they have ownership of the land? Do they get a part of the profits? How does it work? We are actually combining our cryptocurrency  with our token, which is representing a share in Liberland.
Our token is called Merit. Anybody that contributed to the creation of Liberland so far got Merits on their accounts. We will very soon tokenize these Merits, we are planning to do it for the third anniversary.
The idea is basically when you want to pay taxes with this cryptocurrency, you lock it in a smart contract in a way that you cannot spend more than 10 percent a year in the future out of this.
Euvie: Which technology are you planning to base it on? Right now, I think we will turn to Ethereum and [inaudible  tokens for this first round.
Mike: Wow, really cool. Are you already printing  passports for people? If so, can you travel around on a Liberland passport?
We will soon also start giving out passports to regular citizens. These passports are much better respected, or I would say recognized, than we were expecting at the beginning.
We found out that, of course, the countries that are inviting me in an official capacity do recognize it, that there is no big protocol around recognition of passports mutually.
I was able to also get a couple of visas already on this passport, which basically says that Liberland as an entity is well  internationally recognized, at least in a large part of the third world.
I got, for example, diplomatic visa, of course, in Somaliland where we came to visit but also in Kenya  where were just passing though. Euvie: Are you planning to also create some sort of digital identity?
Perhaps blockchain based identity that people can use? We are actually implementing their basic systems.
Identify basically is now pushed forward by uPort is something that we are implementing into our systems. We are also working on implementing AI system to recognize people, their faces, if they apply for citizenship so we can  compare it with their documents.
Our e-residency basically will be a very easy to use, very fast to set up. We are going to make sure the e-residents are not people with criminal background or they are not laundering money.
Euvie: Are there a specific type of person that you want attract to Liberland? Do you see a vision for it being like a centre of commerce?
What do you envision the economy  of Liberland looking like? I would say we are the first purely crypto country in a way. I think we already have multiple billion-dollar business around Liberland in terms of crypto payments and crypto solutions.
When things are growing are so fast, that must be your biggest concern. That tells you that we  also needed a little bit more time to actually build this network.
Mike: How do you see Liberland standing out in the next, say, 10 to 20 years compared to other countries? What is the unique thing that Liberland will offer its citizens?
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