This is a great idea and I'll tell you why.
Firstly, the money is all fake, that's been proven a trillion times over this past few years.
So, if you have a guaranteed income, you could sit on your laurels or your ass and just watch teevee all day long. Or if you had a bit more gumption
than that, you would now be free to actually do what you WANTED to, what you were good at, what fed your soul, what seemed to need to be done.
In Denmark, college students are paid a monthly stipend of about 1K to go to college and their tuition is free. Most end up ahead of the game with
money in the bank when they finish, which goes a long ways towards making the next few years quite productive, rather than having the worry of a 50K
nondischargeable loan hanging over their heads, like in our wonderful Darwinistic capitalistic system where suicides have almost doubled in the past 5
People with talent could invent things, make art, literature, help the less fortunate; the list is endless. What we have now is the 1% making money
out of nothing on Wall Street, and the 99% working at mostly pointless jobs that will soon be overtaken by robots in any event.
Meanwhile, the ocean is polluted with radiation and plastic, the climate is changing so fast it's going to become a threat to global survival, and yet
the commercials still want you to buy plastic crap from China to keep the whole insane thing going.
Yeah, socialism is bad, alright. God Forbid everyone should be taken care of....
Oh, and OP; please read up on the difference between Marxism and Fascism. You seem a bit confused. Fascism is what we have now, careening down the
street towards us. It's corporations running the government, and they aren't benevolent corporations; they buy and sell the politicians. Sound
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