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It would seem that if the government invested in stores just for the low income people and owned the farming and production as well as the stores it could save a lot of money, effectively removing the middle man.

If the government bought a lot of cheap property and invested in small dwellings that are very inexpensive it could save on paying normal rent values.

These are things that can help reduce costs of welfare.

‘You can make a little from operating costs for that is within reason, but beyond that this needs to be a realistic solution beyond capitalism or socialism or communism’


Retort From The Welfare Crowd:

In the world you were legally suppose to have evolved for the whole paradigm instead of the top people paradigm pushed on the rest

“Ideally things should have been set in land use and we the people as such: lots of basics things are grown, and we the people go gather them, and as well are many community machines for processing the raw materials for free; utilities should have been made self-sustaining and free as soon as possible, reducing costs again, and as well there needs to be better and more inexpensive access for people to get the renewable tech, instead of the money making scheme for your friends in high places”

“duty to the poor needs to be seen as a necessity, and it needs solutions that don’t rely on the rich or average working person beyond a certain point of just a small taxation; this is one of those things the the utilitarian government has not gotten down as it tries to run a tight ship with a ‘back to work and better job’ paradigm solution.”