A macro-economic way to solve the national debt crisis ?

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This post is just a draft .

Problem : to whom the national debts are due ? To banks, to individuals, to other states… ?

For the individuals, the same bank account that we could use for the Universal Basic Income, could be used to receive money coming from the money individuals gave to the State.

Some of this money would be slightly (from 1% to 10%) taxed according to the amount received : the more money you receive, the more you will be taxed.

If a part of the national debts is due to other countries, then the States would have to imagine ways to solve these debts with exchange : exchange of land, of national resources, of buildings… Can you imagine the price of a few streets in one district of Paris, London, Roma or Porto ?

For the banks, if the State must give money to them, we could use the same “fictive” money as described in the previous post : “Universal basic income : a macro-economic solution…”

After this, only a few special cases would have to be carefully analysed.

My advice to humanity : please stop the logic of money and items speculation on transnational markets, this is very bad for the karma of humanity.

12 billion people could be fed with our modern day agriculture.

Please do your best to stop the economic globalization and mondialization, this is also very bad for our collective karma. All trading (commercial) movement that do not have any logic and economic justification is very bad in our modern-day world. Energy is a problem. We have to connect the researches made in the new renewable energies with the researches made in the ways to stock electrical energy in a safe and environmental friendly way (see the previous posts in this blog).

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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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