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Originally posted by doctornamtab
Oh. Just thought of another one.
Business itself would become more democratic, so to speak.
One small group of CEO's cant run the entire company right? From washing the floors to assembly line to marketing, etc. So, in order for a business to function in the Karmaconomy it'd need the collective K Points from its workers. Meaning that workers would actually, truly VOTE on the economy. Wherever we chose to work to earn Karma points would be a business that we CHOSE to work at. If the boss is a jerk ass, fine, we'll go clean up the highway for Karma. If the business makes crappy products we can choose to earn Karma elsewhere. But instead of being CHAINED to these jobs for money to buy food, we'd have the freedom to "freelance" ourselves some Karma. Businesses would have to clean up their act of they'd become obsolete. If McDonalds doesnt treat its workers better they'll shrivel and die from lack of people working there. This is something workers cant do in our economy because theres no alternative. There's no OTHER way to get currency to pay for food. Its kind of like direct democracy, where every citizen votes on every issue without representatives voting for them. But its direct democracy for the economy.edit on 31-8-2011 by doctornamtab because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by skepticconwatcher
reply to post by Talltexxxan
But it was important.
The whole thing was based in it.
Originally posted by eywadevotee
A virus from space infects everyone and makes the entire human population of Earth sterile. Live long and die out, we're too far gone to fix...