I come from Zambia, Central Africa. My formal educational background is in Biochemistry. I started my web company immediately upon graduating in Biochem at the University of Zambia. I also formed the large portal site, Zambia Online, and it quickly became the most active Zambian web site, mainly due to its extremely active discussion forums. My team and I thoroughly enjoyed the practice of continuous innovation.
“Human Supremacism” is what I call my philosophy. It simply means that man is the highest kind of being possible in reality, and it means that every individual is absolutely the highest kind of entity possible in the universe. Politically, this is the only unassailable logical foundation for the ideology of human rights. No one has a right to control another human being, not government, not society, nothing, because nothing can be above any human being, even if they form a collective. So, observing human rights simply means that you can’t involve any human being in any kind of interaction without their permission. And this interaction means interacting with any of their property. Governments exist solely for the purpose of sustaining this principle in practice. Anything they do above that is not their duty and it is a violation of human rights itself. Human supremacism (I will expand on the full idea later)…
In 2008, I was granted the Knight Fellowship by Stanford University for my innovations at Zambia Online.
In 2009, upon completing my Knight Fellowship program, I was invited back to Stanford by the Hoover Institution for another intellectual leadership fellowship. In 2012, I also became a visiting fellow of the Congress-funded National Endowment for Democracy (NED) in Washington, DC.