if money and profit are not problems, then why does more than half the world live on or under the poverty line?
government interference is the problem, not money or profit. you live in africa, right? south africa. so tell me, with your centralized banking plan, business…
government has it’s flaws, but would these problems exist if there was no money driving the avarice? the people of Africa are actively kept too ignorant of current events to effectively make good decisions, while the ‘leaders’ use their superior educations and access to information to enrich themselves. this is not caused by their education, or their access to information. or by their positions as public servants. it is caused by the avarice that comes with money. money changes their public servant status to that of an Authoritarian. and that cant work. Zimbabwe is not the only proof. every country in the world suffers from the same problem.
if there was no money, no-one, in government or private sector, would have a reason to not do their jobs properly. since they would not be doing it unless it was what they wanted to do. the shortfall between human requirements and what we produce (if such actually exists) will quickly be filled by appropriate systemic changes and autonomous systems replacing pointless, or mindless work. because people are extremely capable and adaptable when the need arises.
we’ve been trying to value the world fiscally for 5000 years, and for 5000 years, we have had war and class separation and power-mongering. it doesn’t work. the entire system is completely flawed because it appeals specifically to our worst nature.
money is purely a system of subjective value, and does not permit for objective valuation at all (especially since the gold standard was done away with). this is a problem because objectivity is needed when making certain decisions. like how to distribute the world’s food supply (so that the starving can become productive and assist in the creation of global abundance, not just america dominating global markets and then wasting nearly a third of the world’s food while others starve) or how to harvest energy sources so that we don’t kill a planet in the process.
we’re valuing the wrong thing. and money is not a motivator. it is an obstacle. one that some are able to overcome, but most cannot, because money doesn’t work that way.
finally, money cannot work, because we’re not given a choice. we have to make money so that we can live. or we can live off grid, like outcasts from the world. this is not a choice, it is a set of options. neither one of which makes good sense.