reply to post by brianmg5
Hi, and thank you for your kind reply.
Will this world be survival of the fittest? That is the law of nature. We, as creatures, however, have crossed over into an area of existence where
we consider things much more fully, and also more wildly, than the animals. Animals obey the laws of nature and normally stay within a certain
balance. When they do not stay balanced, the laws of nature bear down on them and regulate their conduct, and generational development.
This is certainly the case for humans as well, but we have mastered the art of wearing robes. I realize that that is a very abstract way to make a
point, but please follow my justification for my words. As creatures, once we crossed over into spiritual thought, reasoning about the laws of nature
and the laws of our culture/species, we also realized/reasoned about what nakedness was. No other animal realizes the distinction of nakedness
relative to being covered. And even many humans forget. Nevertheless, my point is that ever since we began clothing ourselves as spiritual creatures
of the law, we also started conducting ourselves in rebellion to the laws of nature. This is not necessarily a shame, but it normally is. To this
day when we see our own decay and nakedness we normally cover it up. Everywhere you look in our society there is something that enables us to hide
from our bondage of being creatures/animals. And that may even take the form of diversions like video games, or tools like makeup.
So then, to specifically reply regarding schooling; I am not sure how funding for schooling would work out. In theory, it could simply take a few
good people to establish not-for-profit and locally funded education centers that focus on encouraging production (regardless of what is produced) so
that all who are in need can have opportunity. However, while the government does seemingly restrain the depth of corruption that is possible, it
also restricts the ability for alternate ideas to come to fruition.
Again, I am not entirely sure how it could look, but a transition would occur and many solutions would be attempted. I also imagine that each local
area would find that some methods work for them while others don't. In a parallel idea, I can also imagine some states becoming more socialist and
others more capitalist, but still remaining united. The false freedom and false unity of the national system that we exist under now simply does not
allow for such dynamic diversity. And anyone in biology should know that dynamic diversity is a great thing for our species as a whole.
Generally, these notions are also applicable for regulations in any industry. The key is understanding that local people should be handling local
problems. If a city even were to determine itself to be Communist, it should be welcomed by the greater community of people and if their conduct is
worthy, it will be mimicked. But, again, in our current system, we claim liberty, but deny it's strength and beauty.
A consistent Libertarian should understand that the only things that they should be "anti" are disunity and ignorance. But it is by the
manifestation of this wisdom that one should be judged as "denying ignorance" or "keeping unity," because we all know that those who cry out but
do not perform are hypocrites.
A truly Libertarian society would look like anarchy from space, but as you moved closer, you would start to see communion everywhere on local levels
and that would transform to a united nation, or even united nations, under the banner of local sovereignty.
Regarding corporations, you are correct. They will not behave themselves, because, like the rest of us, they cover their nakedness with what is
called "the corporate veil." So long as government regulates these imaginary entities in such a way that gives them human rights, they will always
push the boundaries of the law. Along with removing regulations on industries, regulations for corporate person-hood must be removed also. Power
should be returned to local populace and also the consumer base.
Because "money talks" much of any transition could very well be rapid. If we were to make Monsanto naked before the population by removing it's
corporate person-hood, I am certain that nature would take it's course and they would begin investing in things that bring more good to the world
than they are capable of now while in their delusional power trip.