All wealth is produced by labour, from land.

Everyone has an equal right to the use of land.

The value of land is generated by the community and its services.

What is produced by a person’s labour is his or hers, not the government’s nor anybody else’s.

Allowing land values to be privately expropriated amounts to a double-theft, i.e. it also involves the expropriation of individuals’ wages via the taxing of productivity.

Holding valuable land out of use deprives others of the opportunity to make a living.  

Therefore, we need to tax annual land values away, in order to curb inflation, afford revenue at local and local levels, and to abolish taxes on productive activity.

It follows logically that what we have now is unfair and generates inequality: a breach of the most fundamental of human rights.