BGE / Unconditional Income / Bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen

Geld:

Klingt erst mal spannend – das (über)Leben des modernen Homo “Sapiens” hängt davon ab – trotzdem verliert man in Schule und Universität kein Wort darüber – das Thema Geld(System).

Es wird ähnlich der Gravitation als “Gott gegeben” angenommen – und wird schon irgendeiner Logik folgen – die Banker fühlen sich selbst vermutlich wie Gott – entscheiden diese doch wer einen neuen Kredit bekommt und wer pleite geht – Armut ist bis heute eine der größten Todesursachen auf diesem Planeten.

Und: die Menschheit weiß bis heute nicht wie Gravitation genau funktioniert – beim Geldsystem ist es leider kaum anders.

Mehr und mehr Menschen machen sich zu recht Gedanken darüber ob das aktuelle Schuld-Geld-System überhaupt Sinn macht – ob es uns in den nächsten Weltkrieg (These der brutalsten Form der Schulenbereinigung nach Prof Dr Kreiß) stürzt?

Waren die letzten beiden Weltkriege evtl. nur eine brutale Form des Schuldenschnittes?

Warum die Scheere Arm vs Reich immer weiter auseinander geht?

Wer macht das System? “Wer hat’s erfunden?” (ein Schweizer vielleicht? oder doch der Draghi der Goldene Sachse?)

Ist der (in jedem Produkt versteckte) Zins das Problem?

Wie bereinigen wir die Schulden? (welche niemals realwirtschaftlich bezahlt werden können)

Warum Crasht es dauernd?

Was könnte man tun um “das System” zu reparieren? Stabiler zu machen? Zu Reformieren?

Warum werden Griechische Rentner in den Selbstmord getrieben?

Hier gibt die intellektuelle Elite Deutschlands – die Creme de la Creme der Vordenker – ihrewirklich fundierten Antworten  und Argumente – Sollte jeder Schüler und Lehrer bis zur 10ten Klasse gesehen haben – wer sich keine Zeit nimmt riskiert eine RIESIGE Bildungslücke.

Und die Demokratie funktioniert laut Sokrates nur mit einem guten Bildungssystem.

Teil1:

 

Teil2:

http://youtu.be/_cnxVUxcg1A (Teil 2) Eine Produktion von http://rasendeReporterin.de Eine Veranstaltung der Vereinigung für Ökologische Ökonomie.

http://www.voeoe.de/

Podiumsdiskussion vom 20.09.2012 in der Universität Freiburg zum Thema

“Geld, Wachstum, Verschuldung, Finanzchaos — wer blickt noch durch?”

Öffentliche Auftaktveranstaltung zur Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Ökologische Ökonomie (VÖÖ) mit

Danke an DieRasendeReporterin für diese Aufnahmen!

Mein Fazit: Die Realwirtschaft kann das Wettrennen gegen den Zinses-Zins nur verlieren.

Wir rennen und rennen und rennen und arbeiten mehr und mehr und werden immer effizienter – aber auch ein Baum hört irgendwann mal auf zu wachsen.

Ein natürliches Wachstums-Ende naht.

Auch wenn Herr Müller schon richtig statuiert – im Grunde müssten wir alle unsere Benziner und Diesel – durch einen sehr günstigen Staatskredit mit 0% gegen Batterie und Wasserstoff-Autos tauschen können.

Passiert aber nur Ansatzweise. (4000€ bald 6000€ “Wechselprämie”)

Für den die Zeit arbeitet – wird gewinnen – jeder der Schulden hat – gegen den Arbeitet die Zeit – jeder der seine Kinder gut behandelt und einen Baum gepflanzt hat – für den arbeitet die Zeit.

Dieses System funktioniert nur über immer neue Schulden – jeder Schuld steht eine Forderung gegenüber.

Dieses System ist Lug und Betrug und mafiös – oder steht auf ihrem Cappuccino “enthält 30Cent Schuld-Zinsen”? (Annahme ist dass der Cappuccino 1€ kostet, hm…. sehr moderat berechnet)

Nein – da steht nur “enthält 7% MwSt.”

https://therealnews.com/stories/rising-expenses-and-stagnant-incomes-squeezes-middle-class-everywhere
src: therealnews.com

Millennials will have a hard time just to keep the living standard of their parents. (most won’t)

a strong middle-class was the basement of the Western Economy – it has been sucked out.

I blame the utterly unsustainable nature of unlimited free-trade capitalism and THE BANKS (Central and Private) for it.

  • the current monetary debt-money-by-private-banks-system is a unsustainable catastrophe
  • monopolies do not work forever

Unlimited (no limit in the amount of wealth a single individual can acquire, like possess a million houses or the whole planet?) to form monopolies = trade in balance (dependencies on things people need to survive: energy, medicine, food/seeds, you name it) – thus the bigger companies get even bigger (right now you can observe a lot of mergers – that is exactly that).

Merge – merge – acquire – until there are only one bank, one oil company, one electricity company, one car company building cars (without jobs, only robots) for the whole planet – but not selling them cheap.

Profit creation without job creation + falling wages?

With what income are people supposed to buy these cars?

More private household debt ain’t going to cut it.

It is the dilemma of in balance by monopolies – it just does not work or is massively unsustainable (works only short term) – the same with trade in balances (it is exactly the same as in-debt house holds but on a nation level).

Yes – you can create more money and give it to the poor to avoid revolution and riots – but we also need sustainable role model lifestyles:

  • generating your own electricity (learning how to setup solar power systems and batteries)
  • grow your own food
  • learn how to recycle your waste
  • learn how to build stuff yourself

… all of this is a lot of work but greatly REDUCES your trade-deficit = dependency on monopolies – why not praise it with a little extra money from the state?

Great, thanks all involved, what now?

evolution or revolution?

We will have to change the way we live (aka “The World”) – the old ways ain’t workin’ no more.

Millennials, also known as Generation Y or Gen Y, are the demographic cohort following Generation X and preceding Generation Z. Researchers and popular media typically use the early 1980s as starting birth years and the mid-1990s to early 2000s as ending birth years. Millennials are sometimes referred to as “echo boomers” due to a major surge in birth rates in the 1980s and 1990s, and because millennials are often the children of the baby boomers.”

(src: wikipedia.org)

In this article, i explain why globalization and free trade, the Euro, the Euro-Zone is increasing unemployment, by making big companies even bigger, killing small companies in the process but never absorbing the work force of those small companies.

Self driving vehicles will kill -3.5 mio truck driver and -1 mio bus and taxi driver jobs

No matter how positive you might think about these details. For society they are BAD, BAD, BAD. More unemployment means more crime, although those drivers could focus on the “skills of tomorrow”  and do what machines can not do: develop their creativity and empathy. While i would like to see more truck drivers with empathy, You must be f****ing kidding me?

(src: datausa.io, alltrucking.com)

It’s not a secret.

A lot of companies not only Tesla, Uber and Mercedes are working heavily on autopilots for cars and trucks.

They spend an awful lot of developing them and a few deadly accidents later, let’s say in 2030 – trucks and taxis could be without human driver.

What if those 2.5Mio truck drivers hate self-driving trucks and hit the breaks on robots and block highways – this is what i call disruption – i would understand them, after all, they lose it all and gain nothing – because they do not possess the robots that will replace them.

Not okay: “Joe we will replace you with a robot by 2030”

Somewhat okay, but unrealistic, would need gov intervention: “Joe we will replace you with a robot by 2030, but keep paying you half the salary”

China gov subsidies robot research and development, “255 robots that can work around the clock”

they are used to sort parcels to districts and already replaced 60 human workers

“Simple manual jobs” vanish and new jobs are created in robotics.

… well do you spot a problem here? People hat handle parcels might not be capable of programing robots (who is?).

And once a robot is programed even the programmer himself/herself becomes “obsolete”.

This clearly leads to a way of life that creates unemployment on a massive scale and in-debts private households, because if humans labor (manual or sophisticated) is not needed anymore – what else can they trade with the rest of “free markets”?

Nothing. They have nothing to trade.

Economy 4.0 needs Society 4.0 and LifeStyle 4.0 which would need redistribution of rights and privileges 4.0 or face ever growing disaster

From a mankind perspective – this is economically unsustainable – in the current system – in any universe – unless the robots are owned by all people.

or: the people do not need to work because the robots produce fresh vegetables for them FOR FREE in their own garden (THEY OWN THE GARDEN not Amazon!) and produce their own fresh water (not Nestle!) and produce their own electricity (not another company).

2016: Company China buys German manufacturing robots company Kuka

Automation is a technological solution that – at first sight – solve a problem – while under the current rule set of the system increases inequality and creates even bigger problems that were there in the first place (crime) – but were smaller.

While human level robots that would automate tasks such as elderly care taking, are still a thing of the future, but companies are never the less working on it and in 2050 – grandmum will be dealing with robots and robots only.

That would be a very sad future.

2016: “FRANKFURT (Reuters) – China’s Midea (000333.SZ) said it will complete its takeover of German robotics maker Kuka (KU2G.DE) in the first half of January after the United States authorities gave the deal a green light.

Midea, which launched a 4.5 billion euro ($5 billion) offer for Kuka in May, said Germany’s markets regulator had approved the settlement of the transaction, allowing it to control a 94.55 percent voting stake in Kuka from January onwards.” (src: reuters.com)

Artificial Intelligence:

manufacturers and logistic companies, hope to save even more jobs and money with AI.

creativity and empathy are the “skills” of tomorrow

now who in the future 4.0 will pay me the unemployed 4.0 for empathy and creativity?

(i don’t know, maybe an government 4.0)

…when you live in the “unemployment per default” future… or maybe unemployment needs to be redefined? But then also private properties and barb wires will have to go… unlikely to happen under the current mindset… i wonder when Mr Bezos (Amazon, richest man) will buy the world and all it’s resources (especially water) and rent it to us SLAVES… what he already does?  That was fast.

“we will make life easier for our workers and our customers”

… the only reasonable use of robots i can see right now: CLEAN UP THIS PLANET! START WITH FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR WASTE! DAMN IT!