Capital Socialism The book by William Derik Rawson

This book explains in detail how Social Capitalism works. We need new thinking. How about Capital Socialism instead of the old Bernie style Labor Socialism.

Minimum wage is a dead issue. A minimum universal income for all US citizens is the new idea.Smaller government, more robots. Fire government bureaucrats. Give everyone a debit card to use at the ATM machine.

Operating as usual

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Universal Capitalism: Robots Pay Humans to Be Consumers (Capital Socialism)

Paris......1:30pm Saturday September 19 2019.

Nice lunch today. Beautiful sunny weather.

This is a video that I published in 2016 on You Tube when I was writing my first eBook on Amazon that is selling copies now in the US, India and Brazil where the general population already has access to prepaid debit cards and smart cell phone payment systems to receive payments.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VWQD9P9

amazon.com Universal Capitalism: Robots Pay Humans to Be Consumers (Capital Socialism)

[11/18/19]   Go to #universalcapitalism to see the latest new posts for the old title #capitalsocialusm
William Derik Rawso
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Huts for the homeless catching on in the Northwest

Every US Citizen is an owner of the country, epecially homeless veterans who have already invested their energy.

Corporations would need to pay 2500.00 dollars per month directly into each citizen;s pocket book, before tax, a rent payment for use of the country to do business. No money would be paid to government until citizens are paid and only citizens would be taxed. Maybe the real solutuon to homeless provlem is #universalcapitalisn

Robots that take away middle class jobs,like a truck driver who makes 50,000.00 dollars per year or a contract lawyer who makes 100,000.00 per year, would do the work and pay humans to go shopping and consume. There would be zero government services except police and military. A middle class family of 4 with 2 children would oollect 10 000.00 per month. Children's payments would go to their parents until a child is an adult. Everything would go private and citizens would make choices not corporations.

All citizens would be just like rich people who do not have to work but are free to become millionaires if they chose. Humans would do the creative, out of the box, soft things like art, music, writing that develop new ideas and create new wealth that robots cannot do.

The Bill of Rights says, "Every citizen has the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness". Corporations pay rent for office space. They can also pay rent to use a country.

William Derik Rawson

#universalcapitalism
Small government
#capitalsocialism

komonews.com A dynamic new approach to homelessness with roots in settling the West: Conestoga Huts. The trend started in Eugene and the supporters are hoping it will spread through the Northwest. "This is our hut," said Tracy Joscelyn leading a tour of her hut. She said this temporary shelter is a godsend. "We....

This is not capitalism. This is socialism by big government passing lesgislation and restricting free market activity. Wealthy people bribe legislators to vote for regulations that allow this imbalance. Big government is the problem

If big corporations paid cash money directly to every citizen in their pocket pockets every month of 2500.00 local money (dollars, euros, rupees etc.) per citizen for rent to be able do business in a country and make every citizen a small capitalist, citizens would be free to purchase what they want and determine the cost of drugs. The market would automatically set the price under almost laissez faire capitalism of

#universalcapitalism

We need a small socialist government paid for by citizens only, after they have received cash, for police and military only. Derik

[10/16/19]   Univeral Capitalism! Evolution, not Revolution! Decentralization away from a big fascist police states trying to control citizens to small governments with every citizen an independent capitalist owner of a country who, like rich people, does not have to work.

A senior executiv Dr. Rutger Hoekstraat, KMPG, of the largest accounting firm in the world, has told the World Econmic Forum at Davos this week that we should continue to use GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as a world standard to measure a country's econmic performance. He says that GDP is a number accepted globally. If this is true, why not use it to create a stable US digital currency for robotic banking?

Under Univeral Capitalism which is almost laissez faire capitalism with a very small socialist government, large corporations would pay a monthly royalty rental payment of 2500.00 dollars directly to every US Citizen owner for the use of the country's customers and banking systems.

A non human, robotic bank with a public block chain ledger that everyone can see can make payments to cell phones or ATM machines. This US Digital Dollar could not be traded for any fiat currency where countries allow banks to print money. Its value could only increase if a country's GDP increased. Like gold, GDP is a real, agreed, stable thing.

Dr Hoekstraat has written a book about GDP as the agreed standard that most countries continue to use until a better measure of a country's economic performance can be found. His book has convinced me that GDP is the best choice for creating a new stable digital currency.

A stable digital currency will allow a robotic, non human, bank to gradually replace all secret ledger banks now operated by humans.

We already have ATM (Automatic Teller Macgines) machines that have replaced almost all human tellers, so why not just automate the entire banking system? This would eliminate a lot of corruption from bankers and their politician friends who print money.

Robotic banks would allow every US citizen to be an owner capitalist at a basic level, with money in their pocket books to spend privately There would be no more need for big government domestic services.

A small government would not be allowed to collect taxes from corporations. It would collect all taxes from US citizens and only after they have received money in their pocket books directly from corporations. .The small government would protect the individual human rights of every citizen with police and military only.

Robotic bank digital currency funds can be insured with private insurance. Angel investors (friends and family) can still finance start up companies. Web sites like Kickstarter can finance existing companies that need cash for growth. All banking services with less human corruption will be possible using US digital currency.

Other nations would also have their own stable value digital currencies based on their country's GDP. Countries could maybe trade digital currency with each other. There would be a US digital currency, a UK digital currency, a Euro digital currency an so on. Since a country's GDP is a real thing that is stable, like gold it will be a good standard for all digital currencies worlf wide.

How a robotic digital currency can solve the migration crisis and help the poor live at home.. It could save them from having to migrate away from their friends and families.

The six billion people in the world could be all given cell phones to be able to receive instant digital currency that they could spend privately using their facial recognition and voice when making all purchases for personal security. Facebook already services 3 billion customers. so it is not inconceivable that all people in the world could have cell phones to receive money directly without their governments acting as middlemen. Donations to help the poor could be made by anyone in the world, person to person.

Over half the human population, about three billion people, are now living on less than two dollars a day, or 730 dollars per year. Even a small increase in direct payments to these people using voice and facial recognition technology to identify them could make a huge difference in their lives and save them from being forced to immigrate away from their homelands. They could buy everything they need privately and all enjoy "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" as written in the US 'Bill of Rights". Over time their economic situation could improve and they could catch up with rest of the world.

GDP as a standard

Below is the text presented by Dr. Rutger Hoekstra of KMPG.

Please let me know what you think of my idea of using GDP as a world standard for robotic banks worldwide using cell phones, block chain technology with a public ledger and ATM machines. Thank you.

Derik

About the author:
Dr. Rutger Hoekstra is
Scientific Director of
KPMG True Value
Services at KPMG in the Netherlands

says....

Despite the limitations of using
GDP to measure progress, alternative indicators do not
have the influence that GDP does.

GDP is the main attraction of the
statistical world. It is used by all countries and GDP announcements are eagerly anticipated by markets, media and societv It is the choice for measuring societal success?
Why has GDP continued to reign supreme as the metric?

Firstly, GDP is useful. It provides governments with a means to assess economic performance

As such, it has the backing of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) behind it. It also has the weight of the global macro-economic community behind it along with the support of respected organizations such as the UN, the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), And the European Commission.

Secondly, GDP is part of
of the macro-economists common vocabulary of
the System of National
Accounts (SNA)-that
enables economists the
world over to communicate
consistently with each
other and the rest of the
world. GDP is clearly defined, free of ambiguity and universally understood.

Thirdly, the organizations and
researchers lobbying to move beyond GDP lack the co-ordination and community of the World Bank, the OECD (Organisation for Econonmic Co-operation and Development), the
European Commission, the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank.

Until there is a new clearly defined standard, GDP will
continue to prevail and the success of nations will continue to be judged through the narrow lens of economic output alone.

About the author:
Dr. Rutger Hoekstra is
Scientific Director of
KPMG True Value
Services at KPMG in the
www weflive com

Lastly, a friendly reminder from Derik

There a good, practical German saying...lol.

"perfecr systems fail perfectly."

Click the links below to see book
@universalcapitalism
#universalcapitalism

@capitalsocialism
#capitalsocialism

#capitalism #basicincome #universalincome #socialism #economy
#freedomofchoice #fascism
#humanrights #ubi
#entrepreneurialmindset
#basicincome #poverty #charity
#blockchain #ico #startup
#blockchaintechnology
#blockchain #blockchainnews
#cryptolife #fascism

VIX Explora

I predicted in 2017 that by 2021 robots would be taking most of the jobs. Now it is 2019. In two years Sophia will be walking down the street and we will think that she is a human. Derik

Sophia es la primer robot con nacionalidad y derechos, ¿su inteligencia nos rebasará? ⚡

[01/25/19]   A senior executiv Dr. Rutger Hoekstraat, KPMG, of the largest accounting firm in the world, has told the World Econmic Forum at Davos this week that we should continue to use GNP as a world standard to measure a country's econmic performance. He says that GNP is a number accepted globally. If this is true, why not use it to create a stable US digital currency for robotic banking?

Under Capital Socialism (socialized basic capital ownership) which is almost laissez faire capitalism with a very small socialist government, we could have UBC (univeral basic capitalism) where corporations pay a monthly royalty rental payment of 2500.00 dollars directly to every US Citizen owner for the use of the country's customers and banking systems.

A non human, robotic bank with a public block chain ledger that everyone can see can make payments to cell phones or ATM machines. This US Digital Dollar could not be traded for any fiat currency where countries allow banks to print money. Its value could only increase if a country's GNP increased. Like gold, GNP is a real, agreed, stable thing.

Dr Hoekstraat has written a book about GNP as the agreed standard that most countries continue to use until a better measure of a country's economic performance can be found. His book has convinced me that GNP is the best choice for creating a new stable digital currency.

A stable digital currency will allow a robotic, non human, bank to gradually replace all secret ledger banks now operated by humans.

We already have ATM machines that have replaced all human tellers, so why not just automate the entire banking system? This would eliminate a lot of corruption from bankers and their politician friends who print money.

Robotic banks would allow every US citizen to be a basic owner capitalist, with money in their pocket books to spend privately There would be no more need for big government domestic services.

A small government would not be allowed to collect taxes from corporations. It would collect all taxes from US citizens and only after they have received money in their pocket books directly from corporations. .The small government would protect the individual human rights of every citizen with police and military only.

Robotic bank digital currency funds can be insured with private insurance. Angel investors (friends and family) can still finance start up companies. Web sites like Kickstarter can finance existing companies that need cash for growth. All banking services with less human corruption will be possible using US digital currency.

Other nations would also have their own stable value digital currencies based on their country's GNP. Countries could maybe trade digital currency with each other. There would be a US digital currency, a UK digital currency, a Euro digital currency an so on. Since a country's GNP is a real thing that is stable, like gold it will be a good standard for all digital currencies worlf wide..

How a robotic digital currency can solve the migration crisis and help the poor live at home.. It could save them from having to migrate away from their friends and families.

The six billion people in the world could be all given cell phones to be able to receive instant digital currency that they can spend privately. Facebook already services 3 billion customers. so it is not inconceivable that all people in the world could have cell phones to receive money directly without their governments acting as middlemen. Donations to help the poor could be made by anyone in the world, person to person.

Over half the human populatio, about three billion people, are now living on less than two dollars a day, or 730 dollars per year. Even a small increase in direct payments to these people using voice and facial recognition technology to identify them could make a huge difference in their lives and save them from being forced to immigrate away from their homelands. They could buy everything they need privately and all enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Over time their economic situation could improve and they could catch up with rest of the world.

GNP as a standard

Below is the text presented by Dr. Rutger Hoekstra of KMPG.

Please let me know what you think of my idea of using GNP as a world standard for robotic banks worldwide using cell phones, block chain technology with a public ledger and ATM machines. Thank you.

Derik

About the author:
Dr. Rutger Hoekstra is
Scientific Director of
KPMG True Value
Services at KPMG in the Netherlands

says....

Despite the limitations of using
GDP to measure progress, alternative indicators do not
have the influence that GDP does.

GDP is the main attraction of the
statistical world. It is used by all countries and GDP announcements are eagerly anticipated by markets, media and societv It is the choice for measuring societal success?
Why has GDP continued to reign supreme as the metric?

Firstly, GDP is useful. It provides governments with a means to assess economic performance

As such, it has the backing of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) behind it. It also has the weight of the global macro-economic community behind it along with the support of respected organizations such as the UN, the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), And the European Commission.

Secondly, GDP is part of
of the macro-economists common vocabulary of
the System of National
Accounts (SNA)-that
enables economists the
world over to communicate
consistently with each
other and the rest of the
world. GDP is clearly defined, free of ambiguity and universally understood.

Thirdly, the organizations and
researchers lobbying to move beyond GDP lack the co-ordination and community of the World Bank, the OECD (Organisation for Econonmic Co-operation and Development), the
European Commission, the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank.

Until there is a new clearly defined standard, GDP will continue to prevail and the success of nations will continue to be judged through the narrow lens of economic output alone.

About the author:
Dr. Rutger Hoekstra is
Scientific Director of
KPMG True Value
Services at KPMG in the
www weflive com

Lastly, a friendly reminder from Derik

There a good, practical German saying...lol.

"perfect systems fail perfectly."

Click the links below to see book
@capitalsocialism
#capitalsocialism

#capitalism #basicincome #universalincome #socialism #economy
#freedomofchoice #fascism
#humanrights #ubi
#entrepreneurialmindset
#basicincome #poverty #charity
#blockchain #ico #startup
#blockchaintechnology
#blockchain #blockchainnews
#cryptolife #fascism

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