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Guaranteed basic income - pro or con? Facts is, it's [...]


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Guaranteed basic income - pro or con? Facts is, it's not impossible. https://rt.com/news/…
Energy Kool
Ok but... what about not being needed at all? Can you see that?
Tuesday 31 May 2016, 12:06:48
noe joe
Are you referring to the system not being needed or the people?
Saturday 4 June 2016, 21:02:56
Energy Kool
I was referring to what you refer on your question "Guaranteed basic income". Sadly Switzerland rejected it in referendum. I guess it was not the time. Maybe they got rush with this and with a big amount for it 2200 eur...
Sunday 5 June 2016, 23:07:05
Lula
Finland finishes with UBI after 2-year trial https://zerohedge.com/news/…
Tuesday 24 April 2018, 22:36:19
Energy Kool
What if we seek for a way to not need the UBI, I meant to say, like communities of "help each other" people.

Switzerland just went overboard with their proposal, I think.

About Finland's abandon of UBI..., things are tested in many countries and improvements can take place any time.

Five years ago Spain had only Caritas to sustain zero resources people. Now there is a gvn promising project that includes free training and a monthly 450 eur.
Sunday 6 May 2018, 12:59:54
Lula
Yes i agree with the first proposal EK.. that we can provide for each other in our communities and share what we generate with those nearby etc. I doubt anything our current criminal governments present to us is for our benefit as we become even more dependent for hand outs... all leading to the social credit system which is a dystopian nightmare IMO. Have you looked at this situation currently excluding people in China (and now India, all social experiments) from services like transport and food? The government is not your friend and no handouts are there other than to perpetuate and worsen the destruction of society... no bad thing when its rotten to the core, would you agree? Do pass me details of the training programme you mention here in Spain as I'd like to take a look; I'd be interested to see the language used- I dont trust any government agency thanks EK
Wednesday 9 May 2018, 12:28:20
Energy Kool
I agree with what you say. For that rent I mentioned you can go to some social assistance office around the mayour house and ask for it. There are (of course) some conditions and the process lasts at least three months so get full of patience if go on for it.
Saturday 2 June 2018, 18:33:39
Lula
Patience is a virtue you develop when living in Spain if you have a link to the project you mentioned earlier, I'll take a look. Gracias
Saturday 2 June 2018, 23:39:02
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