Work and Money

The basic philosophy behind currency is that labor = capital received. The current socioeconomic system twists, bends and distorts this philosophy so that those with the most capital are not the hardest workers, but instead make fortunes off the exploitation of those who do work the hardest in return for a meager wage in order to maintain a wretched existence. Thus crime, exploitation, greed, immorality and corruption are seen as better procurers of capital than hard work. The hardest workers are the poorest people and those who do nothing of any particular importance amass excessive wealth. Thus, in the move towards a society without money, capital must be directly tied to labor. Even if this means doing away with paper money in exchange for digital currency.

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