posted on Jul, 27 2010 @ 07:22 AM
reply to post by g146541
That's a start, providing there is internet there
Seriously though, everyone would have to be willing to contribute in order to perpetuate the productivity of the group. If it were a place for people
to do nothing and expect to eat for free, it would be little more than a soup kitchen and a flop house. And that wouldn't be a move in the right
direction. It's a short term solution without a long term goal. Since it would be a cashless society, work and pay = a decent and respectable life.
No taxes or surveillance, or big brother tactics. In short, you would have to earn your right to be in the community. In other words, if someone
doesn't contribute to the group, the group does not contribute to them. Of course there will be special cases to consider, but as a whole, it boils
down to responsibility and compassion.
I've already drawn up plans for a small community that is completely unplugged from the grid. Completely self reliant and perpetually sustaining
(without fossil fuel dependency), and still modern by many prospects. We're talking electricity, water, library, housing, etc.
All I lack now is 1000 acres, and funding
I have plenty of skills and knowledge, but I'm a bit gimped up and nearing 50 y.o.