Thanks, I agree.
Until the monetary system is reformed, we have no choice on so many things.
Once that is done, there then become available a lot of purely political
decisions, which can be made simply on practical considerations.
Such as, shall we have a totally (or almost) government funded health system as
in the UK, or one that is basically private, as I believe exists in the USA. In
other words, is Government going to fund this directly, or ensure that consumers
have the necessary power to purchase "health" as needed?
I am sure a topic like this could occupy as much time and space as this group
covers, so I have no intent of opening it up for discussion. But I could argue
for either side at length, using SC principles.
Regards. John R.
From: Jock Coats <email@example.com>
[socialcredit] ---Re: ELECTRONZ - 611 and the 'Red Dawn'
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006
>On 3 Apr 2006, at 23:36, John G Rawson wrote:
don't give me the completely ridiculous answer that all
unnecessary, in this modern age when populations
>>demand so much of government
>John, forgive me for butting in here. I agree. But also, partly
there is such a high demand for public spending is that people
>do not get to
keep enough of what they can make to be able to
>afford to do for themselves
what they then expect government to
>I reckon you could
probably slash government spending in half at
>least in a more equitable fiscal
>This is why I like SoCred to get the money out there and LVT to
>some of it back as land rents reflect so well the public sector
into them, so you would be recycling public sector capital
giving people more of their own money back to let
>them choose what revenue
expenditure they wanted to support/use.
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