Transformation part. II : international partnership

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   Another stage in this process of improvement would be the emergence of agreements at an international level to create a whole range of useful, strong and long-lasting goods (see the post “the worst marketing strategy”). The worldwide enterprises and workers would go out of the competition logic (see the posts “shift of paradigm” and “critic of the western societies”) and start thinking, sharing knowledge and producing together.

    The profits would be intelligently distributed in such a way that everybody could be satisfied. This would be a useful extension of the fair-trade logic.

    Due to this exchange of knowledge and intelligent ecologically-orientated productions, pollutions (air, water, earth…) would be reduced down to reasonable levels. The planet Earth could slowly begin its healing process.

    Then an international organization would appear to create a worldwide system to distribute the basic income (see the post ” universal basic income” for more details). The sometimes completely irrational and negative differences between the countries’ salaries, legislations, exchange rates… would be softened and progressively abandoned.

    We should collectively use our intelligence to reduce the weight of hard/dangerous/underpaid labour in the world. By producing strong and long-lasting goods, the global need for work will diminish and so could appear a fair distribution of goods between all human beings. I think that a planet full of western-minded persons would be sad or even impossible due to the strong anti-ecological characteristics of our modern western societies. Nevertheless we can easily imagine a world-wide way of life where different people with different cultures and life styles could choose the best way to adapt to their environment, develop healthy productions systems and interesting exchanges with the other people.


About buddhananda
independent spiritual researcher, I find inspiration mainly into the buddhist, hindu and new age fields. I try to find connections between religions, philosophy, economy and technology. My aim is to contribute to the emergence of a better world. I also practice reiki.

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