Global Economic Enfranchisement, while not expected to provide all one’s basic needs, or even a…

Hi stephenstillwell, thank you so much for reading and even more for introducing this interesting idea of Global Economic Enfranchisement to me. Honestly, I don’t think I possess enough knowledge about the concept of money and of economy to be able to fully grasp your idea.

However it does sound like a rethinking of the system that can work out to reduce the issues we are currently facing, or may face in the future, if we continue to stick with what we have. Correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems like your proposition is similar to what Raf Manji is suggesting in his TED talk, to rethink the social contract for each of us, such that there is a better balance in the society/world?

I think the biggest problem now is not about coming up with a solution, or a better idea, it is not even about testing and proving if something is actually feasible or better or not; the issue we are facing, as with most situations in dealing with change, is about introducing solutions/ideas/changes to a society that is already so deeply ingrained into the current system, even if it may not be the best for them.

I saw your reply on another article and see that you’re putting in a lot of effort in advancing your ideas, I wish you luck and I truly look forward to hearing and finding out more about Global Economic Enfranchisement as a feasible plan to make the world a better place for everyone in the future.

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