reply to post by 1Learner
Yes, I have often thought of the aftermath. I do not think the transition need be that jarring.
Money, in some form, I have conceded, will still be a necessity for the short-term. And it's not so much that a 'redistribution of wealth' will
Mathematically, there is enough money, resources, and intellectual knowledge that could be globally shared, to secure food, and at least a
high-middle-class populace, globally.
What I feel must happen is this.
Central banks must be abolished. Banking should be brought right down to the local level. Where the local population has control over their savings.
Where banks cannot grow beyond their physical means.
When that is done. Next comes the politicians. Like the banks they must be brought fully down to the local level. The people in power (by county and
town) ALL have a voice. There are no two / three party systems. There is only OUR system.
Because money will not be a governing factor, we will see greed decrease, crime decrease. A generally better life.
Next we put teachers in charge of schools, budgets (all local), Nurses and doctors in charge of hospitals. There would be no 'budget', no targets.
No red-tape. We do away with corporations holding back drug research, technological research. We do away with corporations having sway with anything
to do with our Lives, and the live of those of us to come.
We can still work, buy our materialistic goods. Live almost as we are now. But with education for everyone, food for everyone, a home for everyone (no
need for 'rent'). Utilities all taken from the companies and returned to us.
There is more. Lots more. I have thought this through for a long time.
Make me prime minister, and the next day, our world (at least the uk for now) can be ours again. /very