1. ELIMINATION OF OUR GEOPOLITICAL AGREEMENTS TO BENEFIT FRANCE
2. WITHDRAWAL FROM EUROPE
3. REARRANGEMENT OF OUR DIPLOMATIC COMMITMENTS to BENEFIT FRANCE
4. RECONFIGURATION OF OUR MILITARY OPERATIONS
5. REDUCTION OF THE DEFENSE BUDGET
6. END OF DISCRETIONARY POLITICS OF THE PRESIDENCY THROUGH OUR “FRANÇAFRIQUE” RELATIONS
7. DECREASE OF THE PUBLIC DEBT
by voluntarily abandoning the receivable of lenders and by abandoning a portion of the debt.
8. CREATION OF A CONVENIENCE TAX ON THE 100 LARGEST FOREIGN FIRMS LOCATED IN FRANCE
9. CREATION OF A SOLIDARITY TAX ON THE 100 LARGEST MULTINATIONAL FIRMS
10. CREATION OF A WEALTH-SHARING TAX ON THE 100 WEALTHIEST PEOPLE IN FRANCE
11. ECOLOGICAL COMMITMENT
The eight measures set out in our program are by no means exhaustive with regard to those concerning the internal politics of our country. They mainly show the direction in which RDH is focusing its energy to reform the entire state organization chart and, to do this, RDH is restructuring its external relations with foreign countries.
In fact, all political parties in France, without exception, are focusing on the domestic politics of the country, which explains why, for decades, nothing in our country has changed. Worse still, the living conditions of the working poor (poor workers in our country represent more than 60%) are only getting worse, to the benefit of those who profit from a system in which democratic values are in no way respected. A false democracy with beautiful speeches and beautiful promises but nothing on arrival.
The coffers of the state are empty and will remain so as long as our politicians continue their “ostrich politics”. Unless we completely restructure our state system, starting with our foreign relations with foreign countries, nothing will change in France. “The maintenance” of these external relations with foreign countries is very expensive for the French, who receive nothing in return, except for increases in the cost of living.
Furthermore, the future of policy seems limited in the face of existing networks that now own the data banks that influence public institutions holding power, including all the existing financial lobbies. With RDH, these networks advocate the sovereignty of the people against the State.
Thus, the RDH program initially takes action through the foreign policy of France to make it possible to restructure the domestic policy of our country, thereby making it possible to fill the coffers of the state to finally offer the French a response to their demands.
Measures to restructure our country’s domestic policy will apply in all areas. Among them:
-Increasing purchasing power
-Increasing minimum wage
-Decreasing use of all fuels including domestic fuel
-Decreasing all taxes on basic necessities
-Providing additional assistance to the disabled
-Increasing the salaries of the police
-Increasing the salaries of firefighters
-Increasing the salaries of teachers
-Increasing salaries in the medical field
-Decreasing the social charges of small businesses
-Decreasing regulated gas and electricity rates
-Decreasing income tax on the first three brackets
-Increasing aid to farmers
In its form, RDH is a political party but, first and foremost, it’s a citizens’ movement and, for that reason, I will not make you any political promises. Of course, I’d be unable to do so because I’m not a politician. However, I’m making a personal commitment to the French to apply a set of specifications so that our country can finally meet your expectations.
Unlike the public and private institutions that manage the lives of our citizens on a daily basis for the benefit of a minority, the community center of the HRU benefits the poor by providing them with the power of a state similar to that of a government, because the RDH can be likened to a state within a state, or a country within a country.
The strike force of RDH is irrefutable, but the organization is not looking for conflict. On the contrary, the mission of RDH is primarily humanitarian because it contributes to the evolution of human rights and the evolution of women’s rights which are directly associated with the future of France.
This evolution takes up the fundamental principles of our constitution, namely a true indivisible, secular, democratic, and social republic where national sovereignty belongs to the people.