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Brett's take on communism fine tuning.

BrettNortje

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I am sure you are all aware this still exists today, in north korea at least. i am also sure you all do not like it as it is a good idea, but due to mismanagement the leaders collect all the assets and the people collect nothing.

But, this is still a good idea. instead of cash trading hands, they get allotments of goods. if the state is in control of everything, first they should switch to the asset based economic systems to get all their buildings listed as the worth of the country instead of all the gold.

Then, they could easily build more! build build build! this will see more people employed, and more goods for their 'nucleated climate.' observing that they need to satisfy their own needs would lead to them dividing the economy up into about seven sectors, and, if they 'invest' in each sector respectively, they could see their employees making more, consuming more and therefore leading to a stronger economy.

Maybe they need a formula?

I would say that you take your collected revenue and divide to thirds of that by each sector. then, you build,a s building is free, and then you employ.
 

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Build buildings? In a Communist state, the resources are all owned by the state. The people are free to practice any secular activity. The only people who forgot that their works are state owned are the politicians.
 

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I am sure you are all aware this still exists today, in north korea at least. i am also sure you all do not like it as it is a good idea, but due to mismanagement the leaders collect all the assets and the people collect nothing.

But, this is still a good idea. instead of cash trading hands, they get allotments of goods. if the state is in control of everything, first they should switch to the asset based economic systems to get all their buildings listed as the worth of the country instead of all the gold.

Then, they could easily build more! build build build! this will see more people employed, and more goods for their 'nucleated climate.' observing that they need to satisfy their own needs would lead to them dividing the economy up into about seven sectors, and, if they 'invest' in each sector respectively, they could see their employees making more, consuming more and therefore leading to a stronger economy.

Maybe they need a formula?

I would say that you take your collected revenue and divide to thirds of that by each sector. then, you build,a s building is free, and then you employ.

Simultaneous with the building of buildings, they could install solar and wind (renewable) energy options that also made jobs installing and after completion they would be self sufficient and labor would be required to keep the Renewable options functional.
 
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