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Stoking Class Resentment

wavettore Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 12:38 AM
Commutalism is structured to provide the necessary goods for the survival of everyone and introduces at the same time a new transparent form of Capitalism to trade all those goods which are not necessary, like in a market open to the competition of all superfluous goods For the sake of transparency, this new type of Capitalism would rule that each single transaction must be reported on the Net to become visible by anyone (just like an invoice made public) and taxable at the origin with a fix percentage for everyone. In such system, all private properties and their owners like also all money transactions and trades of private property must be publicly reported on the Net. This is to prevent unlawful transactions and root out corruption
Michael3116 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 5:35 PM
You might want to do a little reading on the history of the Pilgrims and see what happened their first year on this continent.

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