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    Quote Originally Posted by fsir View Post
    The only difference in regards to the general public accessing goods between your proposal and mine is you're calling it "provisions" and "purchases" and I'm calling those two things "resource allowances" and "category selections", though you did use the word "category".

    Do your item categories have a fixed limited number of selections per individual? For instance, in the technology category do you set a limit on how many technology devices can be accessed at once or, in my proposal, "owned" at one time?
    Everything has a fixed limit based upon what is economically viable, there are regulations regarding the quantity of specific items people can have so that waste is prevented, those regulations are set by NELO & the democratic process as per usual.

    There are also regulations based upon specific items that will be regarded as whitelisted as proposed through the work system, etc.
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    I operate the kiss principle.

    My Dad was a man outstanding in his own field, he used to say the answer lies in the soil.

    If we recognize that all the earths resources belong to everyone, and not just a multinational, or country. Each time a resource is taken be it an apple or a piece of coal, everybody on the planet could be credited. These credits could be used to buy the basics required to live, food clothing etc. Credits could be saved if not spent on eating enough food to make you obese, or sick. These saved credits could be used to purchase or rent luxury goods. People working gain more credits or rewards or luxury goods etc.

    Is this too simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handy andy View Post
    I operate the kiss principle.

    My Dad was a man outstanding in his own field, he used to say the answer lies in the soil.

    If we recognize that all the earths resources belong to everyone, and not just a multinational, or country. Each time a resource is taken be it an apple or a piece of coal, everybody on the planet could be credited. These credits could be used to buy the basics required to live, food clothing etc. Credits could be saved if not spent on eating enough food to make you obese, or sick. These saved credits could be used to purchase or rent luxury goods. People working gain more credits or rewards or luxury goods etc.

    Is this too simple.
    dis system isnt any diffrent from d 1 we got no dat is called money isnt it kinda corny dat u need 2 hav sumthin in o'de' 2 feel comftabal, 4 me its anyway n what i think d whole moment is about is 2 get away from benefits n envy take care - Lifee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handy andy View Post
    I operate the kiss principle.

    My Dad was a man outstanding in his own field, he used to say the answer lies in the soil.

    If we recognize that all the earths resources belong to everyone, and not just a multinational, or country. Each time a resource is taken be it an apple or a piece of coal, everybody on the planet could be credited. These credits could be used to buy the basics required to live, food clothing etc. Credits could be saved if not spent on eating enough food to make you obese, or sick. These saved credits could be used to purchase or rent luxury goods. People working gain more credits or rewards or luxury goods etc.

    Is this too simple.
    Yes....I've long suspected that simplicity is what frustrates those among us expecting and creating complex answers......along with making endless plans while never taking action...Some of us actually make a living this way.....

    WELCOME to TZM Forum where all opinions are welcome Handy andy.....With just One Post you've become my new hero.....Sure hope you stick around...

    BTW; Your Dad was right, the answers we seek are in the soil...or ....LAND
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    Quote Originally Posted by droneBEE View Post
    ...Some of us actually make a living this way.....
    "yes" but how long is it ment 2 b hypoctitic bastards b4 u actually gonna practis what u preetch

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    Many people spend many years out standing in their own fields of work, many take alternative views to help understand social economic and political problems globally. I have traveled a lot. Travel does broaden the mind with reference to cultures and peoples. 20 000 000 die each year through poverty according to this website alone. 1 or 2 hypocritical people cant help 20 million people, it takes a world wide will to do it. If as mentioned above, a new basic economy based on credits could be created whereby all humans are given enough credit to live, (basic food and shelter), without having to find work, that would alleviate problem of poverty immediately. A person could accumulate credits for luxury items. A person in work could gain prestige and more credits by working for the benefit of human kind. To use the earths resources you would need to purchase the rights on lets say an annual basis, if you cause pollution you lose the rights. With negative people controlling the status quo today, resisting any attempt to make huge changes to a system that is destined to fail. No knew ideas will come forward and the world will just carry on with ground hog day. More economic down turns, wars, smoke and mirrors to support a failing system.
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    "Travel" as a negative verb

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    Travel is good. People are good. Dreaming is good. Life is good.

    I had a dream news announcement by the international monetary fund and the world bank,

    "The IMF and World Banking groups today have announced that the banking system is inherently flawed. To fix the huge problem that the banking system creates making world debt and poverty, they have announced that any country or government taking out a loan must pay interest calculated to give everyone in the country a basic standard of living. This interest paid by governments back to the IMF and world bank, will be paid directly to all the people of the countries taking out the loan. Thus fixing the monetary system.

    This small adjustment in the monetary system is the first step to putting people in charge of their governments and is intended to turn the pyramid of control upside down, and break the spiral of endless wars. Whilst maintaining the existing capitalist system and social stability."

    Dream over.

    What do you think.
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    as long as d transaction is being make freely n ppl r still being able 2 practis cumsumerism if dey want 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lifee View Post
    as long as d transaction is being make freely n ppl r still being able 2 practis cumsumerism if dey want 2

    I think that is what I wrote. The problem at the moment simply is if a country with no money takes a loan for 1million it then has to pay back 1 million plus interest. The interest they dont have. With the idea above the interest is included into the loan free of charge and works it way through society from the base up, not the top down. Thus benefiting everyone.
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