Unconditional Basic Income is Fair Economics

Unconditional Public Income is the Foundation for Fair Economic Participation

Basic Income For All – Abolition of Poverty

LINK to Poverty is Everyone’s Problem post

LINK to Philosophy of Work

LINK to Process of Learning / Schooling / Education

LINK to Work From Home Jobs

LINK to “Automation” / Labor Economy in the New World


What would an economic system based on “Christian values” look like?

As our leaders claim to be Christian, this question seems appropriate to consider on substance rather than appearance.

What does basic morality have to say about the economic reality which faces young people and disadvantaged people today?

What economic system would truly result in the optimization of human potential?

A new economic system without human suffering should be possible.

It would require good will of ownership and good will of leadership.  This seems to be lacking.

All economic conceptions of man have become dehumanizing, and more-so as modernization has taken place.

Traditional historical narration and economic theorizing has always been offensive and a fundamental blasphemy.

It’s much worse than laying an obscene image over God, or reducing reality to words.

// Virtually all economic theorizing is accompanied by the implicit advocation of continuous violence with their questionable presumption of well-garnered approval by others unspoken and needing nothing but their silence to tread onward leaving hell behind them with every step.  //

A nation and economy is an image of God placed above human reality which always remains beyond the crude instruments of speech and codification.  Man is made grotesque by his allegiance to the forms of history which do not deserve the title of culture.  An agreement to hold in place a coercive relationship between the lucky fortunate and the vulnerably disadvantaged majority is made in the actions of one woman and one man, or two men and their favorite symbols.  Modern society is a conscious dejection of human potential into an unjust humility to the idol of wealth.

Automation is nothing new.  Hiring workers is automation.  Corporate ownership of a sizable business is an aesthetic responsibility, not a concrete creative reality.  Individual life and small business are concrete creative realities.

Welcome to the Machine | Pink Floyd

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Coldplay And Richard Ashcroft – Bittersweet Symphony (Live 8)


Give It Away – Zero 7

Richard Ashcroft – They Don’t Own Me


Simple Minds – Promised You a Miracle

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Gorillaz – Broken (Live on AOL Sessions)

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John Ashcroft Torturing People

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Research Read and quote the Magna Carta


“the commons” concept history

Franklin Roosevelt – Second Bill of Rights speech on January 11, 1944




Child-Friendly Version of Universal Declaration of Human Rights    



Full and Original Text


FDR’s ‘Second Bill of Rights’    http://www.ushistory.org/documents/economic_bill_of_rights.htm




Joe Rogan Experience #824 – Bryan Callen  ( Wage slavery consideration — transcribe to text 31:50 – 32:30… 36:15 – 37:15 )  then move down to other rogan clip

Universal Basic Income For All

of course the argument against this is that it is redistribution of wealth.  But by that logic, all taxation is redistribution of wealth and therefor socialist or communist.  And yes, the right in this country would immediately affirm that all taxation is socialist and all government is communist.  But where does good will come in?  And when does poverty end?

Permanent Elimination of/Solution to Mass Poverty

Eliminate any need for means-tested government welfare programs

Vast Reduction of Crime

Contribute to the elimination of the illusion of No Free Will.  A very widespread problem at least in America.

Elimination of compulsory labor social relations, or the act of doing jobs which have no personal growth benefit.  Freedom from degrading jobs which shouldn’t exist in their current state and have no human benefit for the individual, Ability to refuse jobs instead of succumbing to a desparate/needy relationship between individual and employer.  It would discourage people from accepting sub-standard jobs as necessary.  A job should be something which human beings would want to do for the sake of the work itself, and its ultimate consequence in the life of the culture.  Machine-like work would be more appropriately done by machines.  Work which has negative consequences to the individual or to the culture generally would be phased out in a world which moves toward true justice.  A basic income would be a step toward a truly free market and a truly human economy.

It would encourage long-term projects, collaboration, and creative risk-taking.

It would alleviate many social ills that are imperceptible to most “normal” people.  All psychological problems which are not caused by direct brain damage are at least indirectly related to the fear and desparation of poverty.

People who are inclined to dedicate their lives to the seeking of spiritual wisdom, instead of maximizing personal monetary gain, would no longer be socially inert.  A lot of people do this(have this disposition naturally due to their religious temperament), and they’re good people.  Current society pathologizes them and considers them useless, and increasingly so with the rise of aggressive atheism.  Their marginalization(and increasingly callous misunderstanding of them) would no longer be a factor in driving many of them to suicide.  We’ll never know how many that is.  But it’s a lot.  Going to church every sunday and believing the same things that your friends do IS NOT RELIGION!  Sorry people!!  In its fundamental essence, religion is an expression of human nature OUTSIDE OF COERCIVE INSTITUTIONS.  Always has been and always will be.  Deal with it or be ignorant.

Some people are incapable of work in a corporate labor context (and are nevertheless intelligent) and a basic income would allow them to relate to society in other meaningful ways and potentially contribute creatively on their own terms and at their own pace.  

Who’s to say that some kind of relatively recently initiated pseudo-Lemarckian hereditary defects caused by hyper-competitive health-disregarding aspects of the mass psychology of capitalism aren’t partially to blame for the devastatingly widespread variety of autistic disorders appearing in our population as we speak.  Many of them cannot work in traditional environments, but may have specialized intelligences which could be put to good use with the proper resources.

Noam Chomsky on “Free Work” Alienation and Human Creativity  (transcribe some into text of post) (maybe cut and re-upload)

Chomsky 5 On Fromm’s alienation of man (transcribe beginning and remove video? or transcribe all)

Noam Chomsky on The Commons, Magna Carta, and Human Rights?

more info on history of “the commons” idea

To Have or To Be? – Erich Fromm

“As always, Erich Fromm speaks with with wisdom, compassion, learning and insight into the problems of individuals trapped in a social world that is needlessly cruel and hostile.” – Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky – The End of History

FDR Speech The Establishment Wants To Hide

Jeremy Rifkin on Basic Income

Terence McKenna – Money and Donald Trump

Spike In US Teens Resorting To Prostitution For Food

If You’re Homeless And In Need, Stealing Food Is OK In Italy


If people have everything they need – knowledge, resources, health – then they can more reasonably be held responsible for what wrong they do.  Because we presume they are not acting out of desperation, confusion, frustration, ignorance, illness, or injury.

Would Basic Income Improve Everyone’s Health?

The following point isn’t made very often.  But it’s very true.  Overworking very often leads to overeating, especially if the work doesn’t make the personal feel good about himself.  Americans work the longest hours of any industrialized country.  And we’re also the fattest and unhealthiest generally!  This is no coincidence.  People don’t even have the time to research and gain the knowledge of what food products are healthiest and unhealthiest, even if they can afford to buy them.  The cheapest food is full of terrible ingredients which send people to an early death.  It is often the most expedient choice and the most palatable to an immature or unrefined taste.  If people can only afford the unhealthy foods and become accustomed to them, then that is what they will buy.  Many people don’t have the “leisure time” to read in depth about advances in health knowledge, or even to cook!  

//This is why they make the wrong choices, because the wrong choices involve instant gratification and shallow pleasure foods. // Unhealthy eating makes for less functional brains.  A society with a large intelligence gap is similarly as abominable as the enormous wealth gap.  Downward spirals of devastation, or cycles of personal destruction, could be minimized by creating a floor above ground with basic income.  If everyone had a certain level of security, catastrophic failures would be more truthfully attributed to defects of the individual’s will.  As it stands now, the collective processes of society are just as much or more to blame for individual downfalls.

Only when people are hopeless about the future, they abandon themselves to vices.  When they feel their personal will is never satisfied in creative economic/work life or cooperative family life, a person’s chosen vice is the quick fix.  

People use drugs as a radical attempt to control one’s own life, which backfires horrifically in many cases with a subsequent loss of control.  Basic income would undeniably give people a real sense of control and reason for hope and constructive future.  For this reason, basic income would not result in sloth and self-abandonment to drugs.

Study: What Do Poor People Do When Given Cash?

The ability/freedom to refuse a job or walk away from a job is basic to human dignity, and would make capitalism unrelated to slavery.  Capitalism as it stands now is not very different from slavery for most people.  A basic income would afford the absolute freedom to choose one’s own work, and the flexibility to shift creative efforts and adapt in real time without artificial obligation placed on the individual from external collective power systems.

add chomsky’s comments on the propagandistic capitalistic doctrinal notion of workers’ flexibility

BASIC INCOME AS REPARATIONS  (We’re All Slaves Now, embed quote chomsky vid on wage slavery)

Terence Mckenna – (We’re All Kings Now)

“This to me is obscene.  The future is mental.  Figure it out.  If the mind does not loom large in the future history of this species, then what the hell kind of future is it going to be??  I mean, this is our crowning glory;  our aesthetic sensitivities, our ability to create values that are not simply based on the next meal, the next sexual encounter, the next empowering social move.. but an ability to create social values based on creating a viable future environment for children, creating a viable present environment for the less fortunate among us, creating a social safety net so that the more maladaptive of us are not reduced to living under bridges and in abandoned automobiles.  I mean, these are the things which set us above the apes.  These are the things that take us out of the context of organic nature and make it seem as though, “Hey, there actually are some transcendental values being maximized here.  There actually is something going on within the human family, that if it were to be lost, fumbled away, compromised or destroyed, that the world would be a poorer place for it, truly a poorer place for it.”

“I think we take our humanness too much for granted.  I don’t think we realize how nasty, brutish and short most of life has been over the centuries, and how really only within the confines of the twentieth century has a level of comfort, and food availability, and shelter, and basic creature needs been met, to the point where most people can begin to lead the philosophical life that previously was the privilege of emperors, kings, great courts.  Now we all indulge ourselves.  We all have the philosopher king’s point of view.  We all have a model of history, a model of the future, and we all feel capable of stepping into the shoes of our leaders and discharging that responsibility.  Well, in order to do that, I think we need to overcome our amnesia about how we got to this place.  You see, what science would have you believe, and explicitly implies, is that we are an aberration.  Here, over here you have nature, the beautiful rainforests, the wonderful coral reefs, the symmetry of the hummingbird, the sea urchin, and the butterfly.. and here you have us, grimy, taudry, polluting, ugly, driven, in disequilibrium, in denial.  I don’t believe that.  I believe that this kind of thinking that breaks humanity away from the rest of nature is the first of the great disempowering myths by which the western mind has enslaved itself.  And we are not outside of nature.   We are not a runaway toxic process, we are not a mutation.  We are, in fact, that part of nature which has been deputized for a purpose.  We are the energy gathering aspect of the gaian mind.  We are the language forming capacity of nature herself.  You may know the concept, of a catalyst, in chemistry.  A catalyst is something which, when you stir it into a chemical reaction, the reaction proceeds more quickly, but the catalyst itself is not destroyed.  And this is what I think we are.  We are a strategy, on the part of the gaian mind, to produce an affect that would otherwise take much much longer.  The main effect of the presence of human life on this planet has been to vastly accelerate the speed at which nature is able to creatively express herself.”

google basic income reparations — take best ideas, do further research —

google john maynard keynes guaranteed income

Thomas Paine basic income quote dividend of progress

martin luther king clip quote

videos on all implementations of the idea — in CANADA ontario, FINLAND etc..

ken widerquist , guy standing, enno schmidt, matthew schmid, jim pugh, steve keen, scott santens, rutger bregman, andy stern, robert reich

Thom Hartmann


link to books, UTOPIA FOR REALISTS etc..

RT stories

Milton Friedman Negative Income Tax

The Right Left Compromise  —->  Don’t Raise Taxes Too Much on Those who Can’t Afford it  —->  But Significantly Re-Allocate Existing Funds

RE-ALLOCATION from would-be Obselete Welfare Programs

Raise Taxes on Extremely High Income Streams, Capital Gains, Investment Dividends, and Large Financial Transactions (The Wall Street Tax) (No More Tax Cuts for the Extremely Rich)

Consumption Tax on High-Scale Luxuries, Polluting Products, and Firearms


Total Cost of Funding Basic Income in America?      Read Robert Reich, Andy Stern, Steve Keen..

SEARCH YOUTUBE FOR GRAEBER’s COMMENTS  quote David Graeber on basic income and popular creativity unleashed  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHAJiuU5xhk





Basic Income Earth Network     http://www.basicincome.org/

Universal Income Project           www.universalincome.org


This crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who is trained to worship acquisitive success as a preparation for his future career.  (Albert Einstein, 1949) 

Private capital tends to become concentrated in few hands, partly because of competition among the capitalists, and partly because technological development and the increasing division of labor encourage the formation of larger units of production at the expense of the smaller ones. The result of these developments is an oligarchy of private capital the enormous power of which cannot be effectively checked even by a democratically organised political society. This is true since the members of legislative bodies are selected by political parties, largely financed or otherwise influenced by private capitalists who, for all practical purposes, separate the electorate from the legislature. The consequence is that the representatives of the people do not in fact sufficiently protect the interests of the underprivileged sections of the population. Moreover, under existing conditions, private capitalists inevitably control, directly or indirectly, the main sources of information (press, radio, education). It is thus extremely difficult, and indeed in most cases quite impossible, for the individual citizen to come to objective conclusions and to make intelligent use of his political rights. (Albert Einstein, 1949)

TheLipTV  –  How Nixon’s Universal Basic Income Got Scrapped By Republicans & Clinton, with Rutger Bregman

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All Neopolis speeches

Robert B. Reich: Technological Change and the Inevitability of Unconditional Basic Income

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Yanis Varoufakis: Basic Income is a Necessity

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Noam Chomsky on Basic Income

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What effect would Universal Basic Income have in the US?     Andy Stern on Fox

Milton Friedman – The Negative Income Tax

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Keiser Report: Why Not People’s Quantitative Easing? (Winter Why Nots, E853)

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Keiser Report: The Precariat – The Dangerous New Class (E791)

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Keiser Report: Robots on the rise (E922)

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Joe Rogan On Universal Basic Income

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It really is the simplest solution to poverty, with the most freedom and security involved for everyone.  It is also the most direct, complete, and quick.

No Recovery For The Middle Class

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Americans growing poorer

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How the future of work is not “Jobs” | Rudy Karsan | TEDxCalgary

Keiser Report: Why Not Basic Income? (Winter Why Nots, E852)  (TAKE A FEW QUOTES 20:00+)

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Keiser Report: Sovietization of capitalism (E723)  (TAKE QUOTES FROM BEGINNING OF INTERVIEW — ECONOMISTS VS ANTHROPOLOGISTS DICHOTOMY OF PRACTICE… and maybe a few from 22:00-25:00)

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Banned TED Talk: Nick Hanauer “Rich people don’t create jobs”

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Nick Hanauer on Sam Seder and other venues..  his other tedtalk? etc..  google nick hanauer bloomberg op-ed article

I like Nick Hanauer’s message and he is technically correct.  What he says needs to be heard everywhere and should spread if true human beings are still listening to political talk.  It is true that a healthy secure middle class; working class; consumers with secure incomes are necessary for jobs to exist.  A healthy working class, which is the source of the majority of demand, is an absolutely necessary precondition for a healthy economy.

But even more precisely it is well educated young people, a skilled independent working class that creates worthwhile jobs; jobs which a free human being willfully and without resentment performs.  Worthwhile jobs should be self-created by the maturing generation of young people joining civilization on their own terms and by their own will with clarity and well-founded confidence.  Rich entrepreneurs create jobs which they would rather not pay to have done, and which most people would not want to do under the conditions and environment given by the CEO.   Corporate Owners would rather have less jobs overall, more jobs which are overloaded with tasks.  They would rather move their jobs to countries with no minimum wage, eliminate them by piling more tasks and responsibilities onto fewer workers, or automate them with robotics.  Their ostensible goal is not to raise other human beings to their level of security and freedom, but to use people, to relate to them remotely as a mechanistic disposable slave populace.

Most jobs created by rich people are not desirable, and are not designed to be desirable.  The only reason people want them is because they don’t have anywhere else to go, and are desparate to earn a few dollars.  The jobs created by the super-rich are impersonal, repetitive, and alienating(even if they’re social jobs); taking an inhumanly utilitarian relationship to people’s knowledge and abilities, and separating people from the fruits of their labor and without compensating them justly for the major portion of their time.  In reality, aspiring young people should be collaborating, interacting with each other and the people/clients they choose to serve, without having to compete against each other to sell themselves to someone vastly greater than themselves in terms of ownership and status, so much so that they have act as if they themselves are owned by them.  Workers should not be caught in the most vulnerable position, between two selfish centers of fierce demand, their owners and their customers.  They should have the freedom to work on their own terms and in a responsive environment which respects their time, health, and personal sovereignty.

There is an imbalance of importance placed on owners which operate remotely and without having to interact or confront their on a human level.  If society is to survive, the ownership class must be forced to relate to the rest of society in the most humane way possible.  Currently they are not doing it willfully.  Even if they attempt to create an appearance of humanity in their company’s interactions…

IMF now says, “Tax the Rich!”

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Great Minds P1: How Poverty Is Created By the Wealthy (QUOTE INCOME TAXES AND SOC SEC TAXES POINT starting at 9:20-11:00)

Joel D. Joseph      Inequality in America: 10 Causes and 10 Cures   buffet rule, reform soc sec taxes, get rid of the cap at 118,5000… exempt first 25000 from soc sec AND income taxes — executive compensation 11:00-end

Great Minds P2: The Cure For Inequality

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Basic Income

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Alan Watts – The System Hates an Outsider?

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Swiss consider welfare overhaul with guaranteed income

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What’s better – a higher minimum wage, or guaranteed minimum income?

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Rethinking Work – Albert Wenger on basic income  (TRANSCRIBE TEXT ABOUT DOMESTIC ABUSE WOMEN FREEDOM)

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Time to Ditch Welfare for a Basic Income?

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Is it time for a more radical solution – a minimum income?

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Thom Hartmann on How Things Are And How They Could Be  (embed and/or quote a few points, necessitous man is not free)

Universal Basic Income Has Begun – Thom Hartmann

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Why we Need a Basic Income for All…

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Why #America Should Have A #UniversalBasicIncome! (w/ Guest: Dr. Jim Pugh)

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The Swiss Rejected A #BasicIncome Because It Wasn’t High Enough! (w/ Guest: Enno Schmidt)

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Basic Income, a new human right (English)

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Basic Income: How do we get there? Brian Eno, David Graeber and Frances Coppola

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Basic Income can save our health | Danielle Martin

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$15 Minimum Wage – Living Wage, Not Poverty Wage for Slave-like Demeaning Work

Some jobs really have no place in a human society and would be more appropriately done by robots.  

If some degrading work must be done by humans, then the more degrading it is, the more exorbitantly it should be paid!

Publicly Funded College Education Free to All

Max Keiser talks with David Graeber

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The possibility of political pleasure: David Graeber at TEDxWhitechapel

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A Humanely Affordable Healthcare System, Achieved in Whatever Way

The Abolition of Mandatory High School


it’s just openly a conditioning tool for half-willed compulsory routines which contributes to premature aging by stress and violently twists and stultifies the minds of young people trying to develop their own visions of their life and general truth.  You wanna get people ready for college?  Let them freely study what they want and focus on their own particular interests instead of spreading their efforts thin and forcing them to move on to more and more externally demanded shallow work in a rushed scatterbrained manner.

The form of education typified by public schooling becomes unbeneficial after a certain age for most children.  Around 7th or 8th grade it becomes just conditioning for future obedience to systems of brain-scattering outside demands on the person’s individual intelligence which needs room to explore on its own terms.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Ayn Rand – How Is This Still A Thing? (HBO)

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Terence Mckenna – Chaos Provides Opportunity

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To be continued..

Joe Rogan On Universal Basic Income

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Basic Income, a new human right (English)

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