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(NWO) New World Order

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    Re: (NWO) New World Order

    Originally posted by hrai View Post
    Hipeter, check the bold.
    Actually the world today was made by your point fails.

    Read my post here, my view is that unfortunately, a world run on noble principles, purposes & goals is practically a non-starter because of individuals/groups who would see such a society as a cow to be milked.
    We're singing from the same songsheet here, I'm simply pointing out the probable weaknesses in such a society.
    Every view and opinion today was developed by idealists...the very fact you have democracy or dictatorship or modern capitalism is due to idealists thinking about society and figuring solutions to its problems.

    But what of those who don't, (I do agree with them by the way)
    They go to where they go today...prison or rehabilitation.

    Actually they're negotiating tax breaks.
    That's why I prefer worries.

    So, local small-scale manufacturers, okay.
    small scale production and processes.
    slow transportation (No cars/trucks/ships/planes)
    Nice, cottages industries........I like them, use them when I can.
    1. It's not the size of the facilities that matter...but how many facilities there are. Individuals produce more than groups per capita...the more people you add to a group...the decreased level of productivity. It would be larger scale than today's corporations because production would require millions of small companies (consisting of 1 or 2 people each) as opposed to a big corporation.

    2. As for the I said before people invest. Think about it? You want a new have to pay for it correct? So you do pay for it. You will invest in each part of production for the chair. Which would give you a cheaper price...and a better quality service, as today you are forced to buy a product whole...and you are not allowed to check up on each stage of production as a consumer. Also the biggest issue is freedom of choice...there is vast consumer choice under an anarcho-capitalist you are limited to a few big corporations that control everything.

    3. Missed the point again....10,000 people could invest in a airplane because it is mutually beneficial to all their businesses to have one to transport their goods. So the fact is that it is people are uniting to buy things they can't afford alone...but at the same time staying independent companies.