Monday, November 21, 2011

Equal Money System FAQ: Who decides the prices of products and services?

Who decides the prices of products and services.

There is an interim before equal money system called BIG(basic income grant). In the BIG age, products and services still exist and are related to the basic income. In the equal money system prices of products or services will no longer be relevant because life will be the only value. Prices indicate that one will have to buy the right to life. In the equal money system each one is born with the right to life and taken care of automatically and thus one does not need to strive to get money to buy the right to life as in the current system where if you do not have money you will die. Thus we will be no longer be driven by survival but start to actually live, explore and enjoy ourselves. In the equal money system the basic principle is what is best for all. Everything will be in the service of life. Thus all the resources provided by the earth and nature will belong to everyone and will be applied effectively to make sure that everyone could have the best life possible. You will also have access to new things that people come up with, which they do a labour in the form of love to honour other human beings or themselves. These products will be presented on a global scale. If there are enough people willing to work with it or enjoy it, it will be manufactured and made available to all those who want it equally. In this way you will participate in decision making on whether you want the product or not. The basic labour in the equal money system will be done through a conscription system where young people will work in a society management system. They will learn how to produce food and related products and services in a commune-style where they can have fun and parties, interacting with their peers, becoming a fully developed human beings and developing a healthy social structure.


[1] Who decides the prices of products and services

[2] How would food be manufactured and produced? - Equal Money FAQ

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