Imagine a private sector, a free market economy, which guarantees a sufficiently predictable income ,,,

Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. for. , education, basic transport,, yes, healthcare. In other words, imagine, if you can, a free market economic system specially designed to produce …
• No homelessness
• There are no people living in cockroaches or ghettos infected with rats or rats
• No single mother should choose to “feed” her children
• There are no hired slaves working in the corporate plantations of exploiting corporate dictators
• No older person eats dog food to pay for their medication
• Systematic anxiety due to financial instability չկա no stress
• No paramilitary police trying to control an angry mob
• There are no cyclical downturns or depressions, bankruptcies or home foreclosures
• There is no need to avoid inhumane living conditions through alcohol, drugs, or mental illness.
• No debt has been created, be it consumer or public debt
• People who are truly free to realize their individual potential, whatever they may be
• And in the long run, there is no need for social security networks (ie, Social Security, Medicare և Medicaid), as everyone has ENOUGH PREDICTABLE INCOME to pay their bills.

While this list seems almost impossible, consider these FACTS. On average, the US economy is growing at $ 4 trillion a year. That means about $ 12,000 for every man, woman, and child in America. But in general, the beneficiaries of this annual growth are currently limited to people who can afford to buy stocks, bonds, real estate, and technological developments that are driven by this growth.

90% have no chance
More specifically, we are talking about less than 10% of Americans who have the means to benefit from this relatively predictable increase, and և 90% who do not have the opportunity to participate. Thus, we now have the wealth gap of the 21st century, which is wider than ever since the stock market crash of 1929 and the ensuing Great Depression.

To make matters worse, it was much earlier than the current economic crisis has raised its ugly head. In response to the millions of workers who lost their incomes and health care due to the virus, the Federal Government increased unemployment benefits for several months, issuing so-called “incentive checks ($ 1,200)” to millions of people trying to jump artificially. to demand չ not to allow the state ship to sink into oblivion.

Tasteless but necessary steps
With these unpleasant but necessary steps, the government has significantly increased the already huge debt burden, which means that it is a short-term solution, not a long-term one. The hope, of course, is to artificially revive the demand, which in turn must create jobs, bring us back to work, take us all back to where we were before the virus hit.

The problem is that even before the virus hit, we humans were not in a good place. Even before the virus broke out, more than half of all Americans lived on wages, unable to afford to spend $ 500 on the road without taking money. Things have deteriorated sharply than a few months before the virus. But the place where we were is not yet the place where we humans long to return. So what can we do?

A $ 4 trillion debt-free idea.
In this light, let us remember that on average, the American economy grows by $ 4 trillion a year. Once again, that translates to about $ 12,000 a year for every American man, woman, and child. However, the beneficiaries of this annual growth are those who can afford to buy stocks, bonds, real estate and new technologies. This completely excludes us, our people.

The question I want to raise here is how we can make sure that the average American has a systematic access to the property side of the economy where most of the wealth is generated. How can the average John enter $ 4 trillion in projected growth to generate a second stream of investment income while eliminating the fear and instability that so many Americans suffer from in today’s unbalanced economy?

Paying “We, the people” to pull together …
Consider this. And if the Federal Reserve, through local banks, will provide $ 12,000 a year in INSURANCED CAPITAL LOANS, including the condition that these funds can be used only to acquire shares of newly transferred capital assets that were expected to generate sufficient returns in the future. pay for the purchase of those assets; create a predictable, stabilizing, residual income for its owners.

This strategy, known as Capital Homesteading, will cost US taxpayers NOTHING. It does not create public debt. And no consumer debt. And not the currency secured by public debt, the purchase will be secured (pledged) with real, efficient, private sector assets.

And it will not be inflationary. The entire amount generated will be immediately secured (pledged) at the full value of private sector assets, which citizens will receive insured loans to purchase. Citizens will actually buy the newly issued, full dividends to vote for the shares of companies that need new capital assets to grow.

What it can do is give every American citizen equal access to the property of the American economy, where most of our nations’ wealth is created. In the long run, it will help democratize the free market.

At this point in the political divide, Capital Homesteading is literally paying all Americans to achieve the same goals at the same time, in the same direction. It turns purely political conversations (for example … we are all together) into real live, results-based actions.

It systematically opposes centralized wealth.
Over time, every American citizen will accumulate more equity, more residual income, and benefit from their investment income in a way that only the rich can today. As a result, the need for federally supported social security network programs (ie, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps) will gradually diminish at sunset. More people will be able to pay taxes, which in turn reduces the burden on those of us who still pay taxes. It systematically counters և hinders centralized wealth as it gradually democratizes America’s free market economy.

Today’s crisis will not be a crisis
If Barack Obama, George W. Bush or Bill Clinton had used Capital Homesteading under their respective administrations, today’s COVOD 19 / Unemployment crisis would not be a crisis. We humans could afford to stay home and still have enough income to withstand a much less severe storm. Trump has had the same opportunity for three years, but he has no real interest in re-enlarging America. Joe B. What about you?

Capital Homesteading Details:
I confess that this comment is a generalized portrait that needs more detail. So for a full և detailed explanation of how this strategy can be implemented, visit CESJ.ORG և check out the concept that Dr. Norman Kurland calls the CAPITAL HOMESTEADING ACT. It’s an ingenious idea that is long gone. And that’s a very good thing that could actually happen as a result of this terrible COVID 19 crisis.

Appendix …

UBI vs. Capital Homesteading Comparison
Promotional checks are, in essence, short-term universal income (UBIs), an idea endorsed by, among others, former presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Young, as well as Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Elon Musk of Tesla. Whether the suggested annual amount ($ 12,000 per year) is the same as Capital Homesteading, that’s the end of the story. Check the differences.

1. Because Capital Homesteading issues secured equity loans that are repaid through future income and can only be used to buy wealth-producing capital assets, Capital Homesteading creates NO GOVERNMENT DEBT OR DECLARATION DEBT. UBI և Incentive checks create government debt that will eventually be repaid by us humans (not the impressive 1% tax evasion tax).

2. Capital Homesteading systematically creates universal capital ownership ություն access to the means of acquiring wealth-producing capital assets. UBI does not.

3. Capital Homesteading systematically finances predictable և sustainable economic growth. UBI does not.

4. Capital Homesteading systematically enables individual citizens to become economically empowered և to be liberated through the ownership of capital. UBI does not.

5. Capital Homesteading systematically enables citizens to become economically independent of government. UBI does not.

6. Capital Homesteading Systematically generates mass purchasing power through the ever-expanding ownership of citizens’ income-generating capital. UBI does not.

7. Capital Homesteading systematically creates new owners of advanced technologies, and green growth assets are not created by UBI.

8. Capital Homesteading systematically builds a growing tax base to pay for government spending, thereby eliminating deficit spending and ultimately paying off the current huge public debt. UBI does not.

9. UBI / Incentive checks are simple և direct. That is their strength.

10. Capital Homesteading takes some time (usually several years) for benefits to accumulate. That’s why UBI should start immediately և withdraw in time in favor of Capital Homesteading.