"Supplanting Corruption Arising From Nepotism Between Corporations And Government"
** Deceived By Political Opportunism **
When government influences a corporation with grants, or tax breaks, or subsidies, it is practising a system of socialism through special endowments, where the principle shareholders and owners of corporations receive primary and extremely disproportionate benefits.
Whence politicians receive remittance for their special endowments and the public interests are thereby compromised through the clout of crony capitalism.
Politicians assert that the special endowments are justified as a service to the public, as they direct attention to the benefit of tax revenue and to the delivery of jobs.
Few notice or feel compelled to mention that the practice is an example of an extremely unfair and prejudicial social system.
** Economic War Time Effort **
Consider a situation where the government establishes private corporations that manufacture, produce, deploy, and garnish revenue from means of alternative energy, such as wind turbines, or offshore tide generators, or solar panels, hydrogen fuel, or nuclear reactors.
Consider a process of technocracy and indicative planning that realizes neo-mercantile goals which cannot be fostered by the demand for profit margins of disparate private sector corporations or their share holders.
Could such efforts be considered reasonable in the contexts of economic urgency or social providence without squeezing out private free enterprise?
** Establishing A Public Private Trust Distribution **
The Public Private Trust plan proposes that infusions of tax moneys to corporations is to occur through an exchange for shares of stock.
Those shares of stock acquired are to be tied to the title of the corporation and, at the time of the exchange, a one time fractional distribution of shares to each tax payer is to occur.
For example, suppose that 300 million dollars of tax payer moneys is invested into a corporation A by the government, assuming 300 million US citizens, each would receive a fractional share of stock, via the Public Private Trust, worth a dollar that is proportionally tied to the stock value under title for the corporation A.
After a period of time, the shares of stock could be traded, sold, or transferred to heirs, that is unlike the complete loss of the six percent social security moneys by those who do not use them.
The initial objective is to create a system where corporations are disinclined to accept the infusions of cash, thus forcing a free market system; however, if that is not their choice, then the taxpayers would receive a greater long term interest in their tax funds.
Such a system would balance the unfair social system of egalitarianism against special or selective endowments.
** Open Source Support Required **
The most difficult problem in the scenario proposed is how to distribute and account for the holdings and trading of shares for any particular private corporation whose distribution is in minuscule units to vast numbers of individuals.
Common ownership is distinct form collective ownership.
** Extrapolating A Special Endowment Scenario **
Consider a situation where the government actually creates a whole private corporation, where the shareholders are the collective of citizens, through the Public Private Trust method of distribution.
After the corporation is formed, the government does not control or manage the corporation and that avoids the most heinous social system, which is where a government would own corporations and their means of production - formal communism, and corporations would have limited ability to own the government, as each condition establishes a single unchallenged entity without a counterbalance to its tyranny.
** Possible Consequences **
If the challenge of green house gasses is to be taken seriously, along with a disregard for the carrying capacity of human apes on the planet, along with a realization that fossil fuels are becoming less available, along with a realization that if one is not productive one is then a burden, what is the feasibility and reasonableness of such a calculated effort?
** Productivity Versus Conserving Resources **
Now, the health care program does not produce anything, rather it is meant to be an attempt at preserving financial resources.
It is pathetic that the only economic plans being offered by government are ignorant pandering to egalitarian foolishness.