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the5thforce
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2/16/2016 1:11:40 PM
Posted: 9 months ago
greed=inefficiency

if money is the blood flow of society, the rich are like blood clots. fundamentally unused wealth is inefficiency- it means someone kept more money than they needed.

all jobs improve our world in some way and the potential for improvement is endless, capitalism has become stagnant because technology has eliminated livable waged jobs faster than the wealthy are creating jobs, at the same time the rich are now competing to outsource jobs using technology which causes their home country to eventually implode worse than the country theyre exploiting- national debt being the first stage.

capitalism can only improve the efficiency of society until communism becomes viable via the technology society invested in thus helped to create, we are now approaching the technological/energy efficiency threshold where technocratic-communism is possible if we use mass communication to leverage against all forms of inefficiency, most importantly: unused wealth/greed.

communication is the most basic power of any society, and communication is the basis of efficient communism. we can use the internet to promote companies that pay livable wages and have the lowest paid ceo"s/least wealthy owners so the top is competing to be less greedy rather than the poor competing to be poorer.

transparency is the key to efficient communication, which is why we need to pressure all governments to maintain transparency as its first priority and most important duty in serving its citizens.

first step:

http://www.forbes.com...

study this list and try to always buy from any company owned by someone below the absolute top of any particular industry, doing this will literally be putting a cap on greed by forcing whoever"s at the top to compete to give away more of their wealth which creates more jobs and eventually better wages for everyone.

the further down the list you invest in when buying a product or service, the further youre distributing your wealth from the absolute top and thus the lower youre setting the absolute wealth cap.

there are many ways to increase the flow of wealth to improve the efficiency of society without using the "government" as an inefficient and potentially corrupt middle man, all it takes is researching who youre buying from to ultimately maximize what they return to YOU.

2/16/2016
Skorpius7
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2/20/2016 6:13:51 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
At 2/16/2016 1:11:40 PM, the5thforce wrote:
greed=inefficiency

if money is the blood flow of society, the rich are like blood clots. fundamentally unused wealth is inefficiency- it means someone kept more money than they needed.

all jobs improve our world in some way and the potential for improvement is endless, capitalism has become stagnant because technology has eliminated livable waged jobs faster than the wealthy are creating jobs, at the same time the rich are now competing to outsource jobs using technology which causes their home country to eventually implode worse than the country theyre exploiting- national debt being the first stage.

capitalism can only improve the efficiency of society until communism becomes viable via the technology society invested in thus helped to create, we are now approaching the technological/energy efficiency threshold where technocratic-communism is possible if we use mass communication to leverage against all forms of inefficiency, most importantly: unused wealth/greed.

communication is the most basic power of any society, and communication is the basis of efficient communism. we can use the internet to promote companies that pay livable wages and have the lowest paid ceo"s/least wealthy owners so the top is competing to be less greedy rather than the poor competing to be poorer.

transparency is the key to efficient communication, which is why we need to pressure all governments to maintain transparency as its first priority and most important duty in serving its citizens.

first step:

http://www.forbes.com...

study this list and try to always buy from any company owned by someone below the absolute top of any particular industry, doing this will literally be putting a cap on greed by forcing whoever"s at the top to compete to give away more of their wealth which creates more jobs and eventually better wages for everyone.

the further down the list you invest in when buying a product or service, the further youre distributing your wealth from the absolute top and thus the lower youre setting the absolute wealth cap.

there are many ways to increase the flow of wealth to improve the efficiency of society without using the "government" as an inefficient and potentially corrupt middle man, all it takes is researching who youre buying from to ultimately maximize what they return to YOU.



2/16/2016

The irony of this post is that your solution is, itself, inefficient. If I am limited to buying from companies below the threshold, for the sake of not "donating" to the rich, I could be shooting myself in the foot, financially. Microsoft software might be cheaper and more useful for me than Non-billionaire software, and this would allow me spend the saved money on something else. This exemplifies what true efficiency means in the economy.

As far as unused wealth, you're absolutely right. Unused wealth is problematic, but this isn't actually the case, as I'm assuming none of the richest people keep their assets under their bed. Their bankers are eager to use their wealth for investments, which improve the economy overall.

Still, if you want to go even farther, estate taxes are an option, though there might be easy ways for the wealthy to get around them.