(pt4) Taking our Country Back

In order too break the monopoly of power that traditional government systems and now corporations have had, the people must take their country back.

In order to achieve this new system of government, a new form of government would have to be formed differently. The solution to corporate and government excesses would be to provide ourselves with a system of government support that could protect us.

This new form of government would have to provide the same kind of services, only in a more individual way. In order to provide for systems of government that are more accountable and responsible to those that they serve, we will have to allow people to manage their own needs and wants.   The core of taking our country back would be to provide the public with a means of self-governing themselves by supplying people with the means of collectively and in an individual way providing for their own needs.

This entrusted environment would be provided within a series of consumption oriented civil trusts designed to empower the consumers of the social products of society in a collective way.  Consumption oriented civil trusts would allow the individual to do the actual consuming. Through the individual forms of consumption of each person the people in a collective way would have real collective power over the corporations that they would do business with.  All of the members of a civil trust would have a collective effect on the corporations that would give the consumers the power to determine what they wanted to have provided to them and how.

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2 Responses to “(pt4) Taking our Country Back”
  1. Dianna Nomanim says:

    I couldn’t agree more. The taxpayer’s money is wasted over all the unnecessary spending. One of the issues that concern me is the immigration status in the United States. The people that just entered our country, get the benefits that is not available to the ones the regular taxpayers receive. Even though my ancestors came from another country, when they came to the U.S. they worked hard enough to earn money, a good living, and a better life. Nowadays people are coming into our country and purposely having children so they can get government help. We have to take our country back to the way it used to be where it was based on a fair system where individuals had equal opportunities and rights.

  2. Dianna Nomanim says:

    I couldn’t agree more. The taxpayer’s money is wasted over all the unnecessary spending. One of the issues that concern me is the immigration status in the United States. The people that just entered our country, get the benefits that is not available to the ones the regular taxpayers receive. Even though my ancestors came from another country, when they came to the U.S. they worked hard enough to earn money, a good living, and a better life. Nowadays people are coming into our country and purposely having children so they can get government help. We have to take our country back to the way it used to be where it was based on a fair system where individuals had equal opportunities and rights.

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