[x] Applying Government in a Box to Depressed Areas

The government in a box idea could be used to revitalize a community. The personal trustees together with their consumer and provider specialized trustees would pro-actively go to the people of a depressed area and place everyone into a labor pool. Their needs and capabilities would then be registered and allocated to those services most needed by the assessed situation.  The personal trustees would divide the people into groups that they would then politically represent.

They would each give their own members membership accounts consisting of four fundamental support subaccounts.   Each person’s membership account would consist of four fundamental support subaccounts needed to maintain themselves.   As holders of fundamental service subaccounts, people would either receive from or would provide for those that are to receive the services.

One type of fundamental subaccount would be to provide the necessary construction needed to provide the necessary housing. Another type of subaccount would be to supply the necessary foodstuffs. Still another type would be receiving the necessary schooling and training. And the last type of subaccount would be to have access to necessary health care. Then a community bank would be established to fund the accounts to promote the necessary economic activities between them.

The consumer and provider specialized trustees would determine the people’s needs and capabilities. They would place their people’s capabilities into a local labor pool that would be used to service the community. Once the fundamental services had stabilized, the people would go to their personal trustee for their various personal service needs and wants.

The personal trustees would link their people with the appropriate provider and consumer specialized trustees. They would bring their consumers and providers together by forming them into their own civil markets where they would manage the exchanges between them.

A person’s personal trustee would represent him or her to the consumer and provider specialized civil trustees that could provide them with their personal needs and wants.  These consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would bring their consumer’s needs together with their providers needs. To conduct their business with each other, they would form them into civil markets where they would voluntarily personally choose from one another the one best for themselves.

[x] Applying Government in a Box to the Haitian Crisis

I would like to thank my readers for indulging my absence from blogging due to pressing family matters. I feel that things have settled enough to where I can now continue my regular blogging.  I would like to continue with the idea of government in a box that I began in my previous blogs.

I would like to apply this idea of government in a box to the Haitian earthquake disaster.  Imagine that a group of people known as personal trustees would be introduced to Haiti. They would go into the community and divide its people into general groups each of which would be represented by their own personal trustee.

The personal trustees of each group would give their members a membership account.  Each membership account would consist of four fundamental support subaccounts for the basic support services needed by everyone.  A person’s subaccounts would provide each person with the basic services necessary to sustain themselves as well as their families so that they would be able to rebuild their lives.

The most essential fundamental subaccount would be the one that would be necessary to provide the construction required by the community. This would first require forming a labor pool from which it and all of the other support subaccounts would receive their own service providers and their consumers.

All persons would be issued with a consumer food subaccount that would allow them to consume foodstuffs. There would also be the issuance of food provider subaccounts for those members that could provide the necessary foodstuffs needed by the community.

Members of the labor pool could also receive the necessary schooling and training subaccounts needed for them to participate in various projects required by the community as well as those that they would need to provide for any new undertakings on their own. Some of the members of the labor pool would also be provided with subaccounts in order to provide the training needed by the rest of the community.

All members of the community, whether in the labor pool or not, would be issued with a subaccount that would give them access to their necessary health care needs. All of the members of the community would be collectively connected to their common community bank. This bank would fund all of the various subaccounts and civil accounts of the members of a community in order to promote the economic activities necessary between them.

After receiving their fundamental services in the form of their support subaccounts, the Haitian people would go back to their personal trustees for the servicing of their own personal needs and wants. Their personal trustees would connect them with consumer and provider specialized civil trustees that could provide them with the kinds of services that they personally needed.

These consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would register everyone’s needs and capabilities and divide them into their categories.  According to those categories they would also be organized to either receive their necessary services or to provide them to those that are to receive them.

They would form their consumers and their providers into civil markets designed to bring their consumer’s needs together with the providers that could service them. This would then allow them to voluntarily choose each other’s services and patronage.  These consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would protect their members’ interests for them by managing the exchanges made between them after they had been completed.

[x] Global Capitalism; from Labor to Consumer Based Society

The changing nature of globalization has changed the traditional production relationship between business and labor within the market. Capitalism is based on the best return of capital. As a system it only sees people and things in terms of their financial value. The products being created as well as the workers that produce them and the facility in which they are made are seen only in terms of their financial value. Other forms of value are not seen as pertinent.  Therefore, if one product becomes less valuable than another product, then its capital moves from the less profitable product to the more profitable product.

Within global Capitalism while the relationship between business and labor is still the same, labor as a member of society is now a labor market in which it provides itself to industry.  Because global Capitalism is ultimately about volume, the members that may or may not produce a particular product as a labor force now have a new role and that is as the consumer of those products.

This role as the consumers of the products produced by global Capitalism has given the people the real power in the system. Just as the Capitalist can give or take away jobs, so could the consumer consume or not consume the products being produced.  By collectively consuming one product over another, the people could direct the type of products that would be produced as well as determine how they would be produced. Becoming the consumers of the products of society would allow the people to determine the type of society that they would wish for themselves. The real power of people today is as consumers.  Organizing ourselves as consumers would give us the power to determine our own futures.

[x] Entrusted Example of Tom, a High School Student

The first example would be a hypothetical person named Tom.  The individual needs of Tom would begin at an early age and follow him throughout his life. When Tom was still a high school age student, he would have been approached by several personal civil trustees that would each offer him a package of public and government services in the form of government service accounts that would be tailored to his particular needs. Being underage, Tom, his parents and the personal civil trustees would each offer him his forthcoming government services based on his future needs.

These government services would be provided to Tom in the form of government service accounts designed to help him achieve his personal goals. Tom’s government service accounts would become his personal membership account and his own personalized government that would be held entrust for him by his own personal civil trust trustee. Tom’s personal membership account could also be used to provide him with a personal support fund that would provide him with the collateral that would allow him to purchases the public and government services that he needed.

Tom’s personal civil trust trustee would affiliate him with those organizations, associations and government service cooperatives that he felt he needed for his own personal development. Tom’s tailored set of government services would be designed to meet his needs and interests. As Tom’s interests changed, his personal civil trustee would have him open new accounts that better fit his new needs and close old accounts that were no longer necessary.

Tom would have his own personal civil trustee that would provide him with his tailored set of government services that would be designed to meet the needs of his new interest. Having their own personal civil trustee would also provide each young person with his own source for political and public information such as where to go to college or trade school or what types of insurance services etc. he should buy. Tom’s personal civil trust trustee would also be able to lookout for his personal interests by keeping him informed about what is happening within society that might affect him.

Having a personal civil trust trustee at his disposal during high school would allow Tom, if he was satisfied, to remain with his personal civil trustee even after graduation. By Tom having a personal civil trustee at his disposal that would be capable of following him throughout his life first nationally and then globally and that could change as his personal needs and wants, would change would empower Tom personally to the highest political degree possible.

[x] From Personalized Entrusted Governments to Collective Entrusted Governments

Within Cooperativism each person would have their own personalized entrusted government designed to deal directly with their personal concerns. This personalized entrusted government would entrust a person to many different civil trusts at the same time for their various personal turned common needs, wants, interests and concerns that they would share with others. Each person’s hired personal civil trustee would connect them with the various consumer and provider specialized civil trustees. Each person would then hire them to provide them with the products that they would require to meet their various needs, wants, interests, and concerns.

As a result of the social consumption patterns of each person’s personalized entrusted government, their shared common needs and wants with others would result in determining what kind of entrusted governments would develop. The entrusted government system would be constructed of various forms of social entrustment from personal to collective. This would make our personal entrustment with one another into our collective entrustments with each other making them the institutions of entrusted society.

(pt29) Managed Markets

(1d) Civil Markets…

Civil markets would form as a result of targeted markets becoming managed markets. A managed market would be a market designed to produce a desired result. It would be established to bring together the most optimal consumer with the most optimal producer.

[x] mutual support system

Managed markets would link the consumers with the producers into mutually supportive relationships where one would complement the other. They would be designed to give the consumer an input to the producer that is providing them with the product that they want.

Managed markets would be formed to insure the survival of the relationship that they were formed to provide. This would create a mutual support system where both the consumer and the producer would receive what they wanted from each other. The consumers and providers would be organized into a mutual support system in which they would work together in order to achieve each other’s needs. Consumers and producers would then be able to interact with one another in a fair and mutual supportive manner designed to maintain a healthy relationship between them.

Conducting their economic activity through civil accounts would allow the market relationship between producers and consumers to be managed to meet their account holder’s best expectations. It would also allow those that had the most interest in the outcome of a civil transaction to self-invest in them.   This would create a managed market system in which the producers and consumers of a given product would determine for themselves what kind of relationship they would form in order to achieve it.

[x] cooperative managed markets

Managed markets would be cooperative markets in which the producers would provide their consumers and the consumers would provide the producers with what they had agreed upon. The participants within managed markets would function cooperatively with one another in providing the each other with what they expected to get out of their exchange.

A managed market would be a cooperative market designed to maintain a managed relationship between its participants. This would create a relationship where the consumers would be responsible to the producers and the producers to their consumers for what they were providing to each other. This would allow the consumer and provider civil trustees to maintain the relationship between their civil clients by managing the conditions between them.

[x] consumer and producer civil trustees management

Consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would form managed markets that would bring together the producers and consumers of each public need and want. Consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would form managed markets that would pair off the civil accounts of consumers and providers for each of their common needs and wants.

The consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would make sure that the obligations of each of their civil clients’ transactions would be adhered to. The transactions within a managed market would insure that the mutual responsibility that their membership would have toward one another would be maintained. Every managed market would be managed by it’s own consumer and provider specialized civil trustees. Their duty would be to provide all of the partners within a managed market transaction with mutual satisfaction.

[x] create a cyclical relationship

Managed markets could be designed to create a cyclical relationship between the consumer of a particular product and its provider. Within a cyclical relationship, the consumer would have to regularly consume what their producers would provide for them. This would continue the product being provided and the relationship that made it possible. This would also create a system of risk-free managed markets in which market relationships between their consumers and producers would be continually managed for them.

[x] parallel managed markets within general markets

This managed market system would be a parallel market system within the greater general market of society. It would function autonomously as well as in concert with the greater general economy that it would be indirectly associated with. Managed markets could be used to provide a foundation upon which the larger general market would form itself. As a result of the economic activity provided by the managed markets of the parallel economy, they could also be used as an economic stimulus to the general market.  Managed markets could also be used as a means of directing the economic direction that a society would take. The stability of a managed market system would be able to bring confidence back to the over all market system.

(pt27) Civil Accounts

(1c) Civil Markets…

Civil markets would be established when consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would issue civil accounts to their respective civil clients to meet their personal needs and wants. Consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would bring their own civil clients together with one another in order to form them into civil markets for them to choose each other’s services and needs from.

The consumers and providers of each need and want would be given their own civil accounts to do their business through. This would result in creating a civil market for each public need and want. A civil market would bring together all those that would be involved with the consumption and production of a given product.

Each civil market would actually consist of the exchanges made between the consumer and provider civil account holders for each of their common needs and wants.  Conducting exchanges through their own civil accounts would allow every common need and want of the public to be independently managed. The civil accounts that each person would have would provide him or her with their own personalized government that would be managed for them by their own specialized civil trustees.

(pt26) Specialized Civil Trustees

(1b) Civil Markets…

Civil markets would be formed and managed by their specialized civil trustees for their civil clients. Specialized civil trustees would be the individuals that would create and manage the civil market exchanges between their own producer and consumer civil clients. Specialized civil trustees would be intermediaries hired by people to manage their needs and wants within the civil market. They would manage the relationships between their respective civil clients and those that they would have their exchanges with.

Specialized civil trustees would be consumer and provider specialized civil trustees and would represent their respective civil clients. Through themselves they would link their producers with their consumers by forming them into civil markets designed to manage their exchanges. These consumer and provider specialized civil trustees would be able to link the needs of people with those that could provide for them. This would allow for each type of need or want to be independently governed by the specialized civil trustees that would be hired by those with a need or want.

(pt25) The Fourth Part of the Entrusted Government System, its Civil Markets

(1a) Civil Markets…

Civil markets would be contained within civil trusts and would consist of five parts.

(1)      The first would be the consumer and provider specialized civil trustees that would form and manage the civil markets.

(2)      The second would be the civil accounts that they would issue to their respective civil clients.

(3)      The third would be the targeted markets that would be formed by consolidating the civil accounts of their civil clients in order to attract  each other.

(4)      The forth would be the managed markets that would form as a result of the paring off of the civil accounts of consumers and providers for each of their entrusted needs and wants.

Within Cooperativism people’s relationships with one another would be seen as social markets. These social markets would be cooperative markets that would be mutually supporting markets. Within social markets people would interrelate with one another as each other’s social commodity.

People need things from one another and in trying to procure things for themselves, they form social markets that form our human relationships with one another.  In fact all human relationships are the result of the social markets that made them possible.

(pt22) Civilly Institutionalizing Relationships Through Entrustment

(1c) Civil trusts…

Every type of social relationship that people want to maintain between themselves in order to consume and/or provide a particular product would be entrusted into its own civil trust that would be designed to administer its particular needs.

Cooperativism would create sustainable social relationships by entrusting people together into civil trusts in which they would be formed into cooperative relationships with one another for their mutual benefit. The cooperative relationships needed between people would be formed into civil trusts that would actually be cooperative trusts designed to maintain a particular kind of relationship. A civil trust would institutionalize those relationships with one another that people would have commonly entrusted to themselves.

Civil trusts would cooperatively organize our social and political relationships into entrusted relationships. The entrusted relationships would be relationships entrusted together to achieve a particular social purpose. Entrusted relationships would be based on the responsibility that the participants would have toward one another.

Entrusted government would be a system of civil trusts that would allow every kind of social relationship to be separately managed for its own participants by their own specialized civil trustees. A civil trust would be designed to maintain a self-regulating relationship that would be managed by its own specialized civil trustees. Within an entrusted government system each common problem of society would be civilly entrusted into its own civil trust by their own consumer and provider specialized civil trustees.

Together both the consumer and producer specialized civil trustees would manage the civil trust for their members’ interests. They would together maintain the civil trusts that would constitute the entrusted government system to service the needs and wants of their civil clients that they would then manage for them. This would allow each relationship to be governed independently for the benefit of those within the relationship.

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