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David Robert
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Wow Switzerland!

Postby David Robert » 06 Oct 2013, 05:48

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/sw ... 37885.html

Who would of thought equal money steps would be happening so quickly.
This excites me because if this vote goes through it's our first steps towards equal money!!'
Well not mine personally being an American (I see us being last with our country being as fucked up as it is)
But exciting all the same!



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Re: Wow Switzerland!

Postby Marlen » 06 Oct 2013, 16:42

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/sw ... 37885.html

Who would of thought equal money steps would be happening so quickly.
This excites me because if this vote goes through it's our first steps towards equal money!!'
Well not mine personally being an American (I see us being last with our country being as fucked up as it is)
But exciting all the same!
Hi

At the moment Basic Income is not necessarily a 'step' towards Equal Money - and it is cool that yes the mechanism is gaining public attention, however the model that is proposed currently doesn't have a real sustainable way to make it effective as part of the economy, which is a problem because funding it through taxes only or some other extra-inversion will cause a destabilization, even more so if it is given to every single person, regardless of them already having the means to live or not.


Therefore, I suggest you study the econopolitical mechanism we have designed as the Living Income Guaranteed which you can read in the blogs:

Living Income Guaranteed

Check out the website http://basicincome.me and these Google Live Hangouts where the essential differences between Equal Money and Living Income are outlined, as well as exploring other current topics of general interest in terms of politics, economy, education, etc.

In America and every other country, local movements that give way to the formation of political parties is necessary, one first has to educate oneself about this proposal, how it differs from the current Unconditional Basic Income that is what is being suggested in Switzerland and that is already functional in other parts of the world.

So, suggest you read, watch and participate in the discussions at the forum in the website basicincome.me if you have questions, suggestions and perspectives on it.


Thanks



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Re: Wow Switzerland!

Postby Marlen » 06 Oct 2013, 20:53

Check out today's Google Hangout on The Swiss Basic Income Initiative to get further perspectives too




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