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5.9 Deus ex Machina

 

The problem of achieving prosperity on a grand scale for all individuals in a society has been solved by Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics. Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics is the deus ex machina in Economics.

Deus ex machina (Latin: [ˈdeʊs ɛks ˈmaː.kʰɪ.naː]/ˈdeɪ.əs ɛks ˈmɑːkiːnə/ or /ˈdiːəs ɛks ˈmækᵻnə/;[1] plural: dei ex machina) is a Latin calque ( a word-for-word translation from one language to another) (from Greek  ἀπὸ μηχανῆς θεός (apò mēkhanês theós), meaning “god from the machine”.[2] The term has evolved to mean a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is suddenly and abruptly resolved by the contrived and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability or object. Depending on how it is done, it can be intended to move the story forward when the writer has “painted himself into a corner” and sees no other way out, to surprise the audience, to bring the tale to a happy ending, or as a comedic device. Wikipedia

Prosperity for all, who work and labor, has been a seemingly unsolvable problem.  Suddenly it has been solved with the advent of Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics.  The solution has been a very simple one.  It has been so simple that it was overlooked on planet earth. The solution is to pay (reward) those individuals who create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.  The solution is to pay the Producers with the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity they have created.  They created it so they own it.

This is the most pure form of ownership that can exist.  You own what you create!

Individuals applying contemporary economic principles believe that when an individual gets other people to work “for him or her” he/she owns all that is created by the working individuals.  I want to make sure that we all understand that no one ever works “for” another individual.  All individuals in an organization work together as a team creating commodities, trades, goods and services. The idea that people work for other people is an old slave idea.

The idea that people work for other people is an idea set forth by non-producers and counter-producers.  They use this idea to justify the theft of money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity from those people who work and labor creating the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity while producing commodities, trades, goods and services.

In the past major attention has been placed on rewarding non-producers and counter-producers.  They have attracted the lions’ share of the attention when it came to demanding money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  They promote themselves by attacking Producers with loud anger, hostility and fear.

Producers are busy creating money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  Non-producers and counter-producers use their time to attack, degrade and invalidate the working and laboring Producers.  They treat Producers, workers and laborers, like they are less than human, like Producers are chicken manure under their shoes.  When, in fact the non-producers and counter-producers are less than human.

It is human to work and labor.  Work and labor are the only activities that create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity that exists on planet earth.

It is less than human to degrade and attack Producers while demanding that all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity created by Producers is paid to non-producers and counter-producers.  In fact it is criminal for non-producers and counter-producers to take money without an exchange for it in self-created commodities, trades, goods and services.

The solution is to pay the Producers with the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power that they have created.  After all, it is theirs, they created it!

Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
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February 28, 2016

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4.9 Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics

Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics is the Economic System that rewards the Producers. The Producers are the individuals who create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity that exists on this Planet.

Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics is the Economic System where the Market is open to all Producers on equal terms. Only Producers are allowed to participate in the Open Market.

Non-producers and counter-producers are on the outside of all Markets. When they attempt to participate in any Market they destroy the Market and the Economic System. They are on the outside of all Markets by their choice. Only individuals who bring self-created commodities, trades, goods and services to a Market can really participate in that Market. They are the energy thrust in the Market. They are the propulsion that makes Markets operate. All Markets are driven by Producer Propulsion.

Producers bring energy into Markets. They bring life into Markets. They bring energy into Markets by exchanging the correct amount of commodities, trades, goods and service on the Market for the Money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity they receive.

Non-producers and counter-producers drain or steal energy from Markets. They bring death to Markets. They destroy Producer Propulsion in Markets. When you find Markets collapsing you will find non-producers and counter-producers taking money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power away from the Market. They take it without exchanging the correct amount of commodities, trades, goods or services for it.

Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics is the Economic System where the Money Supply is held constant. A Constant Money Supply standardizes an Economic System. This gives stability and confidence to the Producers. Expanding a money supply is another way for non-producers and counter-producers to steal money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity without exchanging commodities, trades, goods or services for it.

Distributing the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power to producing individuals, based on production, in an organization and in a society leads to very prosperous individuals, organizations, societies and nations. This principle is found in the Capital Producing System of Capitalism. This principle is also found in the Capital Producing System of Socialism. Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism are Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics systems.  In both systems: The Producers receive all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power they have created.

Distributing the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power to the Producers gives incentive to Producers to create more pro-prosperity commodities, trades, goods and services. This system gives disincentive for non-producers to not produce.

This system gets the non-producers out of the static state of non-production and into the action state of production. It also gives disincentive for counter-producers to create counter-production creations. This system gets the counter-producers out of the counter-producer state of counter-production and into the action state of production. It gives counter-producers and non-producers incentive to become part of the Producing group of individuals.

The producing group of individuals is the individuals who create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity. Distributing money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power to the Producers gives the non-producers and the counter-producers an incentive to become Producers. This system of economics that rewards production is Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics.

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4.3 System of Measuring Production

In the application of Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics or any other economic system a system of measuring production should be maintained.  The system of measuring production would measure each Producers production level.  The exchange or payment for each Producers production would be correlated with the measure of production for each Producer.  In this way the correct amount of pay would be transferred to each Producer producing in a group of producers.  This System of Measuring Production would be applied to all individuals operating in a producing group, organization, company, corporation, society, or nation.  All individuals would include all owners and management Producers in the group of laboring and working Producers.

This System of Measuring Production would insure no non-production or counter-production would be rewarded.  This System of Measuring Production would ensure the viability and prosperity of the producing individuals, groups, organizations, companies, corporations, societies and nations.

The correct way to reward individuals producing in a specific organization is for a System of Measuring Production to be maintained.  This System of Measuring Production would measure the production created by each Producer in the organization.  The production would be delineated in production units.

We could use the Professional Sport system of measuring production as an example.  Professional Athletes should be paid based on their measured production.

Currently they are paid by a pre-determined contract.  Their pay for production is determined before the production has been performed.  It is based on their past production that they have previously been paid for.  When most players join a major team they start with a base pay contract.  When their production levels increase they sign a higher value contract.  These contracts are predetermined pay contracts.  The contract establishes a predetermined pay that is set into the future without measuring the player’s exact future production levels.

This leads to rewarding non-production or counter-production.  In many cases the athlete’s production level is lower after he signs the contract than it was before he signed the contract.  There are other cases after the contract has been signed; the athlete’s production level jumps to very high levels while he is stuck in a low paying contract.  Or, times when the athlete is injured, he continues to receive high pay with no production at all.  At a time like this his pay should fall back to a base pay or zero pay.

This situation of paying individuals without maintaining a direct measure of production is not exclusive to athletes.  It occurs throughout industry and throughout the societies of the world.

When Producers are paid by an hourly pay system, they are being paid by a measuring system that does not directly calculate their production level.  In the hourly pay system many Producers produce at much higher production levels than other producers doing the same work.  They both receive the same pay.  The high Producer is carrying the low Producer on his back, figuratively speaking.   The low Producer is accepting money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity that he did not create.  The high Producer is not receiving all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity he created.

I have also found the system of hourly pay applied to counter-producers.  I have seen counter-producers actively creating destructive actions and receive pay for the hours they put in.  They are receiving money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power for exchanging destruction for it.

I have seen management in organizations going out of their way to ensure the poor helpless non-producers and counter-producers receive pay because they will never have much in life.  They allow counter-producers and non-producers to receive pay based on an hourly pay system.  In many cases they receive the same or more pay than the Producers and Super-producers.   I have seen management tell Producers and Super Producers; “you will always find a job and provide for yourselves but these people (non-producers and counter-producers) will never have much.  We want to give them an opportunity and help them.”  This is a case of misguided help.

This misguided help is a principle found in Carl Marx’s Communist system.  The Communist principle is, “to each according to his needs.”  Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics is operated by the principle of, “to each according to his production level.”  The Producers own what they create.  When the creation is exchanged on the Market, the Producers receive all of the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, and power paid for their creations.   When Producers operate in groups, each Producer receives pay based on their produced portion of the final product.

I have seen a few Super Producers hold an organization together and make it prosper despite the misguided help handed out to non-producers and counter-producers.  When the Super Producer leaves the organization, the whole organization collapses.  No one in the organization has a clue as to what made the organization prosper.  They also don’t have much knowledge on what caused the collapse.  They had been attributing the prosperity of the organization to luck, a management style of anger and hostility, or it “just happens.”  A note here; a management style of anger and hostility is a counter-productive activity.  Producers lose motivation in a hostile environment of anger and hostility.

Management and ownership are other areas where over-rewarded individuals are found.  There are Super Producers in management and ownership.  They are a tremendous asset to an organization.  They can really make an organization prosper as long as they reward Producers and Super Producers.

There are non-producers and counter-producers in management and ownership as well.  In many cases they are a massive drain on the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity of the organization.  It is very important that management and ownership be required to have measured production before they receive pay.  Their production must be defined and measured.  Their pay must be based on their production level.  I have seen managers and owners sit on top of an organization and provide far less production than the pay they receive.  I have seen managers and owners sit on top of an organization and provide destructive actions.  They receive high pay while exchanging destructive activities.  A manager or owner practicing the misguided help of rewarding non-producers and counter-producers is rewarding destruction that harms the organization and all Producers in the organization.

It is important that all management, owners and all other individuals in an organization are functioning as Producers and Super Producers.  An organization operating with all individuals functioning as Producers and Super Producers will create tremendous prosperity and affluence.

The correct way to reward production is to pay Producers based on their measured statistical production level.  This is after a correlation has been made with the Producers ability (occupation or trade).  This eliminates the situation where individual Producers are overpaid when they under-produce.  It also eliminates the situation where individual Producers are underpaid when they super-produce.  In the case of the non-producer, there would be no pay for non-production.  In the case of the counter-producer, they would have to pay for any destruction resulting from their counter-production creations.  The counter-producer would have to pay the organization of interfacing Producers a sum equal to the damages resulting from his counter-production creations.

 Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
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May 18, 2014

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4.2 Correlated Pay

Individuals in each producing Group should be paid based on a level in relation to their individual production and the Market value for their ability (occupation or trade.)  This is correlated pay.  Pay should be correlated with production levels and ability value for each Producer.  For the Producer creating 1% of the final product, the pay would be 1% of the income from the product correlated with the value of the ability (occupation or trade) of the Producer required to do the work.

Correlation in statistics is interdependence of variable quantities.  Correlation is mutual relationship or connection between two or more things.  Correlate is having a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing affects or depends on another. (New Oxford American Dictionary.)

The interdependent variable quantities in economics are pay, level of individual production and the ability (occupation or trade) needed to create the work and labor.  The level of pay is interdependent with the level of production plus the ability (occupation or trade) needed to create the work and labor.  This applies to all people in all levels of organizations, societies and nations.  

Producers receive pay because they have the two other interdependent variable quantities.  These interdependent variable quantities are a production level and ability (occupation or trade.) 

Non-producers receive no pay.  Non-producers lack a production level.  They may have ability (occupation or trade) but they are not using it to create a production level. 

Counter-producers receive no pay.  They need to pay for the damages they cause to organizations, societies and nations.  Counter-producers have a negative production level.  They may have ability (occupation or trade) but they are using their skills to create destruction.

Producers should not be paid based on everyone getting equal pay without considering the occupation or trade required to create the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  In most cases Producers should not be paid based on time units.  Pay based on time units should be made only if time is the statistical measure of the production.  An Example of time units would be security guard positions, policing, fire protection and defense. Very few Producers should be paid solely on a time bases.  They should be paid as much as possible based on production units or sub-product units. The measure of the individual production is a statistical measure defined in production units. 

Sports teams are very good examples of keeping statistics on the production of each team member.  Pay should be made totally based on the production measured through statistics.  Pay should be made after the production has been completed.  There could be a base pay or no base pay.  This would be determined by the producing individuals in the Group.  More pay would be allocated based on the percentage of production and ability requirements of each player or Producer.  The pay would be based on production.  Individual production levels would be correlated with the whole final product created by the Group. If the Producer created 2 percent of the final product, 2 percent of the pay correlated with the market value of the occupation or trade of the worker would be the correct pay to the Producer.  Each producer would theoretically produce a different percentage of the final product.  While using the production percentage to calculate pay, one could correlate the production percentage and occupation value to get the correct pay for each Producer.  Each Producer would receive the percentage in pay that he produced during the production of the final product.  The income received after marketing the final product would be paid out in relation to the production percentage put forth by the Producer.    This would be done after all other expenses of operation were taken into account

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4.0 Types of Socialism

This article examines the various types of Socialism.  They exist across the political spectrum from extreme left wing to extreme right wing.  In other words they exist in the most liberal to the most conservative individuals, groups and organizations.

Right Wing Type of Socialism 

The right wing or the conservative individuals, groups and organizations demonstrate an extreme anti-socialist view of socialism.  They vehemently express outrage at socialism.  They attack socialism as something that is extremely destructive to man, societies and countries. 

The term right wing is derived from the National Assembly in France (1789-1791), where the nobles sat to the president’s right and the commons to the left. 

The term left wing is derived from the National Assembly in France (1789-1791, where the commons sat to the presidents left and the nobles to the right.

It has been found that the right wing employs a tremendous amount of socialism in their political economic operations as well.  They can be as socialistic as communism in their most extreme forms.  This extreme form is Fascism or when the few rich and powerful of a nation control and operate the government.  They will not admit to any forms of socialism.  They will not be responsible for any socialism in their operations.  They will assume their socialisms are a part of capitalism.  They don’t care how they get their wealth as long as they can accumulate huge amounts of wealth.  They do this without proper or equal exchange for it, in the forms of self created commodities, trades, goods and services.  They attack left wing forms of socialism.  They attack forms of socialism that enhances the productive abilities of the Producers, the laborers and workers.  Any form of socialism, that enhances the right wings’ ability to redistribute money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power into their hands, they will support.  However they will never call it socialism. 

The Right Wing plants a deep hatred of socialism into the individuals of a society.  They use this planted hatred to control the individuals. They will attack forms of socialism that benefit the vast majority of citizens.  They will not address their types of socialism as socialism.  By not addressing their forms of socialism as socialism, they can generate citizen agreement for government programs that reward wealthy non-producers and counter-producers. 

They control the opinion of the citizens.  They use the control of the citizens to gain control of and operate governments.  Once in control of governments they set up and operate government social programs that redistribute the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity of a nation into their hands. 

In a previous article titled; Capitalist Socialist Economics in http://youcreatemoney.com, I have listed the types of socialisms that enhance the abilities of the wealthy non-producers and counter-producers to concentrate the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity of a nation into their hands.  These socialisms are classified as Right Wing Socialisms.  

When these socialisms concentrate the money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity into the hands of a few, the money and energy velocities of a society or nation slows.  When money and energy velocity of a society or nation slows value, wealth, capital, power and prosperity is destroyed. 

Commodities, trades, goods and services depend on the speed of money and energy flow in a society for their value.  As money and energy velocity increases the value of commodities, trades, goods and services increase.  As money and energy velocity decreases the value of commodities, trades, goods and services decreases. 

Wealth and capital depend on the speed of money and energy flow in a society or nation.  The more velocity there is in the money and energy of a society the more wealth and capital will be generated by the Producers.  As money and energy velocities decrease the less wealth and capital will be generated by the Producers. 

Prosperity also depends on money and energy flow of a society.  The faster the money changes hands the greater the prosperity.  The faster the energy of a society flows the greater the prosperity of a society.

The power of an organization, society, and nation depends on money and energy velocity.  Power is derived directly through the creation of money and energy.  The faster money and energy flows through a society or nation the more power that society or nation has.  When money is concentrated into the hands of a few rich and powerful individuals the power of the society and nation is destroyed.

Right wing socialisms destroy money velocity and energy flows.  They destroy the energy, wealth, capital and power of a nation. They cause prosperities to recede into recessions and depressions. 

These Right Wing Social programs include:

  • Low or no taxes for the rich and powerful.
  • They have set up the Federal Reserve to be used to expand the money supply.  Through the expansion of the money supply they can transfer tremendous amounts of money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity away from the Producers.  They transfer it into their hands and bank accounts.  This action destroys prosperity for the vast majority of citizens. It causes inflation.

Other Right Wing Social programs include:

  • Excessive military spending;
  • Conducting wars without exhausting all resources in the quest to prevent war;
  • Corporate welfare;
  • Agricultural welfare;
  • Bailouts to the counter-producer banking system;
  • Bailouts to the counter-producer wall street system;
  • Monopolizing the media;
  • Monopolizing energy systems;
  • A monopolized Medical system;
  • Monopolies, privately owned and operated;
  • Socializing the losses and privatizing the profits of corporations;
  • No bid government contracts;
  • Allowing corporations rights of citizens;
  • FDIC insurance for the Banking industry;
  • Government insurance for the Nuclear industry;
  • Welfare for Corporations to move to foreign countries; 

There are many forms of Right Wing socialisms.  One would think there could not be any Right Wing socialisms or conservative socialisms because of the way these people attack socialism.  But, these forms of socialism exist.  The Right Wing, also the conservatives, has used Right Wing socialisms to redistribute vast amounts of money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity from the producers.  They have used these forms of socialism to place this money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity into their hands.   They have destroyed much prosperity throughout history. 

Left Wing Types of Socialism

I have called the following types of socialism left wing socialism because they have been viewed as left wing in the past.  They have also been viewed as left wing by the right wing political system.  In reality they are both Left Wing and Right Wing forms of Socialism.  We have Producers in both the Right Wing and Left Wing political economic systems.  These social programs enhance the abilities of all Producers regardless of which wing they are classified, Right (Nobles) or Left (Commons).

In a previous article titled, Capitalist Socialist Economics in http://youcreatemoney.com, I have listed the types of socialisms that enhance the abilities of the Producers.  These socialisms give Producers a foundation on which to create money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.

Producers can produce more abundantly when they are:

  • well educated,
  • have clean drinking water,
  • sanitary waste management,
  • honest banking,
  • a Constant Money Supply,
  • an Open Market,
  • a Policing service that backs them when they protest against the counter-producers,
  • the correct size military industrial complex,
  • war only as the last resort;
  • roads,
  • bridges,
  • airports,
  • harbors
  • other forms of transportation systems free from monopolies;
  • have flood control projects,
  • hydroelectric projects,
  • large irrigation projects,
  • health care systems that covers all citizens,
  • retirement systems. 

Left wing socialisms increase money velocity and energy flows.  These are the types of socialisms that enhance the abilities of the Producers.  They enhance the abilities of the producing workers and laborers.  They aid in the creation of money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity of a nation. They cause prosperities to expand into even greater prosperities.

There are also left wing types of socialism that reward non-production.  These programs like the Right Wing Socialist programs are destructive to money velocity and energy flows.  These include;

  • excess welfare payments
  • Government ownership of all production and distribution systems of a society or nation.
  • Paying people based on need instead of based on production of commodities, trades, goods and services. 

The Six Types of Socialism

The following types of socialism are an expansion of the six types of socialism listed in the article 3.0 Socialism in http://yourcreatemoney.com.

The six types of socialism are: 

1. Socialism can be a theory or system of the ownership and operation of the means of production and distribution by society or the community rather than by private individuals, with all members of society or the community sharing in the work and the products.  (Webster’s New Twentieth Century Dictionary unabridged)

In this type of Socialism the society, community or nation owns and operates the means of production and distribution.  The individual members of the society, community or nation share in the work and labor.  They share in the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power based upon their needs.  An example of this type of socialism is Communism, as it is currently practiced.

The Communists plant a deep hatred of capitalism into the individuals of a society.  They use this planted hatred to control the individuals. They will attack all forms of capitalism. This includes the forms that benefit the vast majority of citizens and the forms that concentrate the wealth of a nation into the hands of a few rich and powerful individuals. 

Fascism also tends to operate in this manner.  Government is controlled and operated by the fascists to gain control of all production and distributions systems of the society or nation.  In this type of socialism the non-producers and counter-produces are rewarded at the expense of the Producers.   The destructive type of Capitalism, where the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power is concentrated into the hands of few is operated in this manner.

Both the extreme left wing Communism and the extreme right wing Fascism are operated under this type of socialism.  Communism directly takes over the government.  Those in power concentrate all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power into their hands. 

Those in power in Fascism and the destructive form of capitalism set themselves up as a step removed from government.  They set up government as a separate entity from themselves.  However they use the money, energy, wealth, capital and power of government to concentrate all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power of a nation into their hands. 

The end result is very much the same in both extremes of right wing and left wing.  The result is all money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity flows into the hands of those in power.  Both extremes, right wing and left wing socialism, have destroyed much prosperity on the planet throughout history.

2.  Socialism can be a community of individuals working together during the process of creating prosperity through production.  Co-operatives and employee owned enterprises are examples of communities of individual Producers working together during the process of creating prosperity through work and labor.  These forms or organizations, when employed during the production of commodities, trades, goods and services, are among the most successful in creating money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity for a community or group of Producers.  The article 3.7 Private Forms of Socialism in http://youcreatemoney.com covers in detail private forms of socialism.  

3.  Socialism is the government or a community owning and controlling the production organizations.  The first type of socialism is complete government control and ownership of production organizations throughout the whole nation or community.

This, Type Three, type of socialism is Government owning and controlling specific production areas.  This type of socialism enhances the abilities of the Producers to create money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.  These areas include education, some health care and retirement systems.  More government owned and controlled production areas include public roads, mass transportation, airports, harbors, bridges, hydroelectric power, dams and water distribution systems.  They also include interstate highway systems, parks, forest lands and grazing lands.  Also included in this type of socialism are flood control projects, policing, the military industrial complex, and many, many more programs and projects.  

4.  Socialism is Government interfering with the Market.  Government interfering with the Market is destructive to the individuals, families, organizations, societies and nations.  This usually tends toward Capital Destroying Socialism.  This is Governments interfering with the Market directly or indirectly through monopolies. 

Monopolies are an example of government allowing a market to be controlled.  Here the government is indirectly interfering with the market by not maintaining it open to all on equal terms.  By allowing monopolies to exist, governments interfere with the Market indirectly and covertly.  This indirect and covert interference is done by private non-producing and counter-producing individuals and organizations who have taken over the control and operations of the government.    

These individuals and organizations take over and operate the Government.  They use the power of the government to establish monopolies.  They use the control of the power of the government to not enforce anti-monopoly laws.  These controlling individuals and organizations are the beneficiaries of the monopolies.  They control the Market covertly through controlling the operations of the government.

Direct interference of the Market by the government is when government programs are set up to alter market prices. 

Before I continue with examples of government programs that alter Market prices, I want to emphasize how governments come to set up such programs. 

Governments develop programs that alter Market prices by attempting to help a specific area that is in an economic decline.  Other ways governments develop programs that alter Market prices are when non-producing and counter-producing individuals of the political-economic system gain control of the government.  With this control of the government they set up programs that alter Market prices for their benefit. 

Governments don’t sit there all by themselves dreaming up these programs.  There are ALWAYS individuals either behind the scenes or out front who are the thrusts or forces behind all government programs.  Governments don’t exist without individuals operating them.  Governments are purposefully directed action entities.  They are not static.  Purposefully directed actions are placed into Governments by individuals who operate them.  Purposefully directed actions are also placed into Governments by the individual citizens the Government represents in its operations.    

All government programs have interested individuals who strive for the creation of each specific program that is created by a government.  The programs include all Producer enhancing programs, all Right Wing enhancing programs and all Left Wing enhancing programs. 

When people say the GOVERNMENT is the cause of “IT,” meaning the problem or the solution; they are leaving out the real responsible entities here.  The real responsible entities are the individuals behind the inception of the programs.  Making all “Government” responsible is a generalization.  Individuals are always the cause of “IT,” the problem or the solution.  It is the individual, who in some capacity is purposefully controlling and operating part of the government or who has in the past purposefully controlled and operated part of the government, who is responsible.

I will take this information on who is responsible and apply it to Governments that directly interfere with Markets.

There have been Government Social Programs set up to benefit producing enterprises when there have been real hardships.  There have also been Government Social Programs set up to benefit non-producing and counter-producing enterprises and individuals who don’t have real hardships.

When there are real hardships one could argue that a one time help or rescue is justified.  This is found in Agriculture.  Farmers were given government subsidies when economic hardships occurred.  This gradually evolved into paying farmers to not produce.  This causes prices on the Market to rise. 

 Example:  Dairy farmers were given a base price for a gallon of milk.  This base price or “floor” was established by the government.  When Producers are given higher prices for their products than the Open Market would establish, they use this over payment to bid up the input costs of their operations.  In short order they will find themselves in the same condition economically as they were before they received the economic aid.  This is because they have used the extra income to bid up the input costs of the operation.  

This becomes a vicious circle where everyone loses.  The individuals receiving the government handout lose because they use the new money to bid up their operating costs.  They are back where they started from, asking for more aid.  The Producers or tax payers, who pay for the government handout, lose their money to the people receiving the money.  The Producers or tax payers lose a second time because now they have to pay higher prices for commodities, trades, good, services.    

Examples of Government programs that interfere with Market pricing are Agricultural (welfare) Subsidization, Corporate (welfare) Subsidization, and excess Military Industrial Complex.  When individuals are given money without an exchange for it, they use it to bid up the prices of commodities, trades, goods and services currently on the Market.  When prices are bid up on the market everyone pays more for their needed and wanted commodities, trades, goods and services.

5.  Socialism is government regulations placed on the economic system beyond the Axioms of Economics.  The only laws that should be placed on the economic system are the Axioms of Economics.  Reward the Producers and only the Producers, maintain the Market as an Open Market (open to all on equal terms) and maintain a Constant Money Supply are the basic laws of Economics.   Any regulations, placed on the economic system outside of the Axioms of Economics, tend to penalize the Producers (laborers and workers) and reward the non-producers and counter-producers.

6. Socialism is any Government financed programs directed and controlled by a Government.  These are all the programs legislated into existence by any and all Governments.  Some of these programs are Capital Producing programs and some are Capital Destroying programs.

The Capital Producing social programs have been listed earlier in this article and in a previous article Capitalist Socialist Economics in http://youcreatemoney.com.  These social programs have built a foundation on which Capital Producing Capitalism can prosper.  They reward Producers.  They aid the Producers in creating money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.

The Capital Destroying programs have also been listed earlier in this article and in the Capitalist Socialist Economics article.  They are social programs that benefit the Right Wing.  They reward the wealthy non-producers and the counter-producers.  They destroy money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.

There are also Capital Destroying programs that benefit the Left Wing. 

They include:  

  • excess welfare payments
  • Government ownership of all production and distribution systems of a society or nation.
  • Paying people based on need instead of based on production of commodities, trades, goods and services.

These programs also destroy money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.

An important point to make here is: Producers, laborers and workers, exist in both the Left Wing and the Right Wing sections of a society.  Producers exist in the Commons section of a society and in the Nobles section of a society.  Non-producers and counter-producers also exist in both the Commons and the Nobles sections of a society.  It is always important that the Producers in either section of a society are rewarded in full for their creation of money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.  It is also very important that non-producers and counter-producers in either section of a society are not rewarded for their non-production or counter-production.

In this article, Types of Socialism, we have Right Wing and Left Wing socialisms.  There are social programs that reward production and Producers.  There are social programs that reward non-producers and counter-producers.  Socialisms exist across the political spectrum.  It is important to eliminate any social programs that harm production and Producers, laborers and workers.  It is important to create and maintain social programs that enhance the abilities of the Producers to create money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.

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3.9 Government Socialism

There are many types of Socialism.  Government Socialism is the most common type of Socialism. 

Government Socialism includes Capital Destroying Socialist and Capital Producing Socialist programs.  These programs have been set up and operated by and through governments.  

In the “Capitalist Socialist Economics” article there is a partial list of Capital Destroying Socialist programs operated through governments.  They include the Federal Reserve, excess military spending, corporate welfare, agricultural welfare, government sanctioned monopolies, socializing the losses and privatizing the profits of corporations, no bid government contracts, FDIC insurance for Banking, government insurance for the nuclear energy industry, etc.  These are the socialist programs that need to be removed from government operations.  They aid the Capital Destroying Capitalist in redistributing and concentrating the wealth of a nation into the hands of a few rich and powerful individuals.  They aid in rewarding non-production and counter-production.

Socialism is found as a key in enabling Capital Destroying Capitalism.  Capital Destroying Capitalists are among the most vehement opponents of the practice of Government Socialism that enhances and rewards Producers and productivity. 

Next to the Communist Socialists, Capital Destroying Capitalism has gained the most economically from the practice of Government Socialism.  However, their economic gains have led to the economic destruction of the Producers in societies and nations.  Ultimately, their economic gains have led to the destruction of their own societies and nations.  They will not admit they use Government Socialism to carry out their agenda of redistributing and concentrating the wealth of a nation into their hands. 

When people think of Capitalism, they view Capitalism as a system where the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are concentrated into the hands of a few rich and powerful individuals.  This is Capital Destroying Capitalism.  This system of Capitalism rewards non-production and counter-production.  It is more exposed or open to view in third world countries.  It operates less obviously in technologically advanced countries. 

Government Socialism supported and created by the Capital Destroying Capitalists is destructive to the individuals, families, organizations, societies, nations, mankind and environments in which it is operating.  This form of Government Socialism has aided the Capital Destroying Capitalists in America.  It has led to the American Revolution, Slavery, and the Civil War, the Great the Depression and the Great Recession of 2008.  It has led to both World Wars.  

Fascism is an extremely heavy handed form of Capital Destroying Capitalism that applies strongly enforced programs of counter-productive Government Socialism to gain economic advantages.  Fascism is used by the rich and powerful counter-producers to concentrate the wealth and power of a nation into their hands.

Also, in the “Capitalist Socialist Economics” article there is a partial description of Capital Producing Socialist programs operated through governments.  These are the socialist programs that need to remain under government operations.  These programs include education, roads, highways, bridges, harbors, flood control, large irrigation projects, hydro-electric projects, Social Security, health care, policing, fire control, mass transit, drinking water treatment, waste water treatment, etc. They aid the Capital Producing Capitalist in creating money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.  They aid in rewarding Production and Producers.  They give a solid foundation on which Producers can build prosperity for themselves and their nations…     

Government Socialism supported and created by the Capital Producing Capitalists is constructive to the individuals, families, organizations, societies, nations, mankind and environments in which it is operating.  This form of Government Socialism has aided the Capital Producing Capitalists in creating money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity.   All money, value, energy, wealth, capital, power and prosperity are created by the Producers.  Capital Producing Socialist programs operated through Government Socialism enhances the abilities of the Producers to create prosperity.

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3.7 Private Forms of Socialism

This article on private forms of socialism is written to demonstrate how Co-operatives and Employee Owned Organizations differ from Capital Destroying Capitalism and Capital Destroying Socialism.  It is also written to demonstrate how they are similar to Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics.  They tend to reward the Producers.  They are organized for the mutual economic benefit of the Producers who join and participate.  They tend to increase prosperity and economic stability among those who participate in the Co-operative.  They also increase economic prosperity and stability in the society and nation where they operate.

Private forms of Socialism are Co-operatives and Employee Owned Organizations.

Co-operate

  • To co-operate is to act jointly, work toward the same end.

Co-operation

  • Co-operation is the process of working together to the same end.
  • Co-operation is assistance, especially by ready compliance and requests.
  • Co-operation, as used in Economics, is the formation and operation of Co-operatives.

Co-operative

  • A Co-operative involves mutual assistance in working together toward a common goal.
  • A Co-operative is a Farm, Business, etc. owned and run jointly by its members, with profits or benefits shared among them.
  • A Co-operative is a Farm, Business or other Organization that is owned and run jointly by its members, who share the profits or benefits.
  • Co-op, informal, is used for a Cooperative society, business, or enterprise.  Let’s stop by the Co-op and purchase some groceries.  We market our farm products at the local Farmers’ Co-op.   

The above definitions were taken from the New Oxford American Dictionary, third edition.

We are going to look at how Cooperatives tie into Socialism. 

Cooperatives fall into the second type of Socialism of the six listed in the article 3.0 Socialism found in http://youcreatemoney.com.  2.  Socialism can be a community of individuals working together during the process of creating prosperity through production.

A cooperative is a legal entity owned and democratically controlled by it members.  Members often have a close association with the enterprise as producers or consumers of its products or services, or as its employees. (Wikipedia)

Cooperatives often share their earnings with members as dividends, which are divided among the members according to their participation in the enterprise, such as patronage, instead of according to the value of their capital shareholdings. (Wikipedia)

Cooperatives differ from Capital Destroying Capitalism and Capital Destroying Socialism. 

Capital Destroying Capitalism is about private individuals who are counter-producers.  In Capital Destroying Capitalism the private individual (counter-producer) takes the laborers’ and workers’ money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power without exchanging self-created commodities, trades, goods and services for it.    The laborers and workers are the true Producers.  They create all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power that exist on the planet.

Here are some quotes related to Capital Destroying Capitalism. 

“I care not which puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire…the man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire.  And I control the money supply.” (Baron Nathan Mayor Rothchild)

“I have ways of making money that you know nothing of… I would rather earn 1% off a 100 people’s efforts than 100% of my own efforts.” (John D. Rockefeller)

This is classical living off other peoples’ (Producers’) production.  This is classical rich on welfare.  This is classical stealing wealth from the laborers and workers who create it while laboring and working.  This type of economics is greed economics.

This also illustrates the necessity for controlling the money supply.  It is imperative that there be no private control of the money supply.  It is vital that governments maintain control of their money supply and apply the principles of the Constant Money Supply.  Refer to the article, The Constant Money Supply, in http://youcreatemoney.com.

In Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution: “To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measure.”  As laid out in the US Constitution, this is specifically the job and responsibility of the Government.  Placing it into the hands of Private Bankers such as the Federal Reserve has lead to massive inflation and economic depressions. 

This leads up to a quote made by Thomas Jefferson.  “I however, place economy among the first and most important republican virtues, and public debt as the greatest of the dangers to be feared.” (Thomas Jefferson 3rd US President)

Co-operatives are largely communities of individuals working together during the process of creating prosperity through production.

Capital Destroying Socialism is about individuals taking ownership of all productive activities in the name of State Ownership.  The individuals in power take and control all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  Capital Destroying Socialism is very similar to Capital Destroying Capitalism.  Citizens of a society or nation are under duress to be part of the Socialist State.  They are governed by a Totalitarian style government.

Cooperatives are socialist organization where members agree to be members.  They, on their own volition, become members of a cooperative.  They are not forced to be members.  The members govern the co-op in a Democratic way.  Co-ops use a system of rewarding the Producers.

In Capital Destroying Socialism the members are forced to be in the organization.  The created money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are State owned.  It is really owned and controlled by the counter-producers operating the enforced Socialist State.  A small part of the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are distributed equally among the laboring and working members.  Most wealth goes to the control of the rulers on top and rewards counter-producers.

Cooperatives are agreed upon memberships.  Capital Destroying Socialism enforces membership like Communism does.  Capital Destroying Socialism uses a form of authoritarian rule with the force of the State behind it.

In Capital Destroying Capitalism the system of concentrating the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power is through private ownership.  The Capital Destroying Capitalists enforce their control over the workers and laborers (Producers) through the use of socialist policing, military and other government systems.  They use Socialism to enforce their rich on welfare system.

The Capital Destroying Socialists also use the socialist policing, military and other government systems to enforce their control over the workers and laborers (Producers.)  They also use the force of the socialist state to enforce their rich on welfare system.

In both Capital Destroying Capitalism and Capital Destroying Socialism the laborers and workers (Producers) are nothing, should have nothing, and get almost nothing in exchange for their production of commodities, trades, goods and services.  Yet, they create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power that exist on the planet.

Both co-operative and employee owned organizations are largely communities of individuals working together during the process of creating prosperity through production.

In these organizations earnings are shared with members in the form of wages and dividends.  Wages are paid to members in worker-owned organizations or cooperatives.  Dividends are divided among the members according to their participation in the enterprise.  Dividends are paid according to patronage or use instead of according to the value of their capital shareholdings.

In a Farmer’s Union Grain Cooperative dividend payment would be based on the amount of use of the co-op.  Farmers producing higher amounts of grain would patronize or use the co-op more.  Farmers Union Grain Cooperatives are used to provide marketing services for grain produced by farmers in a given area.

The following are examples of Cooperatives.

A Non-Monetary Cooperative provides a service based on voluntary labor.  An example would be a pre-school co-op.  Parents volunteer to assist in operating the co-op.

A Retailers’ Cooperative is a group of retailers working together to receive discounts from manufacturers and to pool marketing.

A Worker Cooperative is owned and democratically controlled by it worker-owners.  In Worker Owned Cooperatives the members receive the money they have created in the form of wages. 

A Volunteer Cooperative is run by and for a group or network of volunteers for the benefit of the members or the general public.

A Consumers’ cooperative is a business or an organization owned by the customers.  My parents were a member of a food co-op.  They could purchase food in bulk at wholesale prices.

A Housing Cooperative is a mechanism or system for ownership of housing.  Residents own shares reflecting their equity in the cooperatives’ real estate or have membership and occupancy rights through paying subscriptions or rent.

A Utility Cooperative is a consumers’ cooperative that provides for the delivery of a public utility.  They deliver electricity, water or telecommunications services to its members.  Profits are either reinvested into the utility infrastructure or paid back to its members based on patronage or use of the utility.  The Rural Electrification Administration (REA) is an example of a Utility Co-op. 

An Agricultural Cooperative or a Farmers Co-op is where farmers pool their resources for mutual economic benefit.  There are Agricultural Supply co-ops and Agricultural Marketing and Storage Co-ops.   

Credit Unions, Cooperative Banking and Cooperative Insurance Cooperatives provide economic benefits to their members.  Credit unions are cooperative financial institutions owned and controlled by their members.  They provide the same services as banks but are not-for-profit organizations.

Federal or Secondary Cooperatives are cooperatives that cooperate with other cooperatives.  The belief is that cooperatives serve their members most effectively when they work in cooperation with other cooperatives.

Cooperatives have done very well over the ages.  They tend to reward the Producers.  This leads to stability for the cooperative and its members.  Members receive economic benefit when working in groups called cooperatives. 

There isn’t a Capital Destroying Capitalist or a Capital Destroying Socialist sitting on top of the cooperative organization taking huge amounts of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power because he has the power and government force behind him to do so.

Cooperative Banks and Credit Unions build up buffers that counter the effects of economic crises caused by the counter-producers.

This is the article on Private Forms of Socialism.  It can be seen that there are types of economic production systems that do very well when operated as Cooperatives.  Cooperatives are communities of individuals working together to create prosperity.  They are forms of private socialism that create money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power. 

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3.6 Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism

Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism operates at both the Self and Group levels.  They reward the Producers.  They bring about the creation of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  They bring about explosive prosperity to all who play the games of Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism.  Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism knowingly or unknowingly apply the Axioms of Economics.  The Axioms of Economics are found in Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics.  Refer to http://youcreatemoney.com.

I am introducing a new and better game into Economics.  It is a game where everyone can win and prosper.  Everyone can achieve a high level of prosperity either in a Capital Producing Socialist System or in a Capital Producing Capitalist System.

A healthy economic system has both Socialism that rewards production and Capitalism that rewards production.  Some production enterprises operate most efficiently when Governments own and administer them.  Some production enterprises operate most efficiently when they are privately owned.  Some production enterprises operate most efficiently when they are co-operatively owned, a private form of Socialism.  Some production enterprises operate most efficiently when they are Employee owned, another private from of Socialism.

When we find people saying, “All forms of Socialism are bad,” they don’t know much about Socialism.  Or, they are attempting to destroy the economic system they are in.  They would be counter-producers if they are attempting to destroy an economic system.

It is a fact that Capitalism and Socialism need certain specific forms of Socialism in order to function.  It is very difficult for any economic system to exist without basic necessary Socialist Systems or Agencies functioning.  We need certain critical Government Agencies and Departments functioning in order for Capitalism and Socialism to operate.  This includes all forms of Capitalism and all forms of Socialism

We need Government Departments for Coining Money and Regulating the Money Value, Policing Agencies, Defense Departments, Judiciary Organizations, Standards of Weights and Measures Departments, Transportation Departments, Fire Control Departments, Sewage and Garbage Operations, Water Treatment Facilities, Education Organizations, etc.  All of these Organizations compliment and enhance the function of Capitalism and Socialism. 

When these above listed Organizations are operated by Private Owners, biases enter in.  These biases enter in because of competition for creating money.  Private ownership in the past in many of these areas has led to the downfall of entire Economic Systems.  Private ownership of roads and bridges has led to high toll costs because the road or bridge became a monopoly operation.  Private ownership of Weights and Measures has led to rigging measuring systems to the advantage of certain counter-producers.  Private ownership of Judiciary can lead to rigged Court decisions.  Private ownership of the coining of money and regulating the money value has lead to counter-producer owners stealing the value out of the money by expanding the money supply.  Expanding the money supply has greatly harmed whole economic systems.  Education is vitally necessary for the posterity (future) of Societies, Nations and Mankind. 

Privately operated Educations Systems become very expensive.  Education without some Government funding (Socialism) inhibits the education of the people in Societies and Nations.  Futures for these Societies and Nations are drastically reduced.  Production potential is cut short.  Economic Systems without great Education Systems recede toward economic depressions.  Education is vital for all individuals.  Prosperity for a Society and Nation depends upon well educated Producers.  Education in a Society and Nation aids in creating Producers.  Education will reduce the numbers of non-producers and counter-producers. 

There are two factors involved with non-producers and counter-producers.  The two factors are intention to destroy and ignorance.  Education in many cases will remove the ignorance factor.  When the ignorance factor is removed the tendency to destroy an Economic System will be reduced.  Non-producers and counter-producers can be converted into Producers through Education.  

All of these above Organizations must be constantly monitored by the Producers.  Producers must know they are the creators of all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  When they know they are “The Producers” they will emerge into a condition of power and maintain responsibility for all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power they have created.  They must also have the ability to spot non-producers and counter-producers.  The counter-producers work 24/7 undermining the Producers while stealing as much money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power without an exchange of a self-created commodity, trade, good or service for it. 

Economics is a game.  In any game there is a need for organizations or individuals who administer the rules of the game fairly.  The rules are administered fairly for all individuals playing the game.  Without organizations or individuals who administer the rules of the game fairly, there would be no game.  The rules of the game would fall out of use except for one rule.  The rule would be, “Everyone out for them-selves.”  Prosperity would be very low.  The Nation or Society would be in a state of chronic depression.  We find this in 3rd World Economic Systems. 

There are counter-producers among us who play the game of economics without rules.  Counter-producers play the game of Economics with total disregard for any rules.  They believe there should be no rules.  They believe they should be allowed to take money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power in any way they can.   They are the Capital Destroying Capitalists and the Capital Destroying Socialists. 

In Capital Producing Capitalism and Capital Producing Socialism we find producing individuals who strive to play the game of Economics by the Axioms of Economics.  These Producers strive to have Government Organizations in play to keep the Ethics in on the whole Economics System.  They know when the rules of Economics are applied equally and fairly to everyone in the Family, Organization, Society, Nation, Mankind and the Environment they will prosper.  They also know everyone around them will prosper.  They strive for True Wealth.  Refer to the posts on True Wealth in http://youcreatemoney.com.  We find this tending to take place in the most prosperous Nations on the Planet.  

When a Nation is expanding and growing toward prosperity, it is a Nation applying the Axioms of Economics.  When a Nation is contracting towards a depression economically, it is a Nation not applying the Axioms of Economics.  The Producers have fallen for the lies of the counter-producers.  The counter-producers preach, “Freedom is an absence of rules.”  It can be shown; an absence of rules leads to a state of chaos.  Counter-producers and criminals thrive in states of chaos.  The only people who apparently benefit from an absence of rules are the counter-producers. 

The Producers are very honest.  They will not violate the rules of economics even when they aren’t written in a government code.  Producers self-regulate.  They maintain the rules whether the rules are written in code and enforced or not.  Producers innately know the rules of economics.  The rules are written in code and enforced to protect the Producers from the destruction of the counter-producers. The counter-producers first rule is to violate any rule. If it is a rule, violate it.

The counter-producers take over the Government Administrations that administer the rules of Economics.  Or, they come to political power and removed the rules of fair play.  Now they have a free-for-all.  They can steal huge amounts of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power because they are the Administrators.  This is called a “Free Fall!”  Producers must maintain constant vigilance.  Producers must know they are the creators of all money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  They must know and instantly recognize non-producers and counter-producers.  They must police and block all attempts by counter-producers to steal money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.

All forms of Socialism operate at the Group and Self levels.  Some forms attempt to operate at the Group level only; they fail.  The prosperous types of Socialism operate at both the Group and Self levels.  That is why they succeed.

The Capital Destroying Socialist system attempts to operate at the Group level only.  That is why it fails.

The Capital Producing Capitalist system, which is found in Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics, operates at both the Self and Group levels.  This is why it succeeds.

The Capital Destroying Capitalist system attempts to operate at the Self level only.  That is why it fails.

It is important to know and apply the principle: Certain forms of Socialism are necessary for prosperity to be created in any Economic System.  There must be organizations present that remain neutral.  There must be organizations that administer the rules of rewarding the Producers and only the Producers.  There must be organizations present that administer the rules of the Open Market.  There must be organizations present that administer the rules of the Constant Money Supply.  These organizations are almost always government operated.  They are classified as Socialist organizations.  There are private forms of Socialism that work very efficiently.

When necessary forms of Socialism are established and maintained in Economic Systems, we will see economies expanding into abundance and prosperity.

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3.4 Capital Destroying; Capitalism and Socialism

In this article Capital Destroying; Capitalism and Socialism we are talking about the types of Capitalism and Socialism where money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are destroyed.  This is as apposed to Capital Producing; Capitalism and Socialism.  In Capital Producing; Capitalism and Socialism money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are created.

Socialism is more of a Group function. Capitalism is more of a Self function.  Socialism emphasizes the Group.  Capitalism emphasizes the individual, the Self. 

Neither one of these economic systems can survive without the other.  An economic system such as Capital Destroying Capitalism that emphasizes the individual independent of a group cannot function well on its own.  It cannot function and create prosperity without the individuals working together in social groups. Capital Destroying Capitalism cannot function well and create prosperity without rewarding the individual Producers in proportion to their production levels.  When the Producers work together in social groups and are rewarded correctly for their production the system becomes a Capital Producing Capitalist Economic system.  In Capital Producing Capitalism money, value, energy, wealth, capital, and power are created.  For all who produce, prosperity is attainable, in the Capital Producing Capitalist system.

An economic system such as Capital Destroying Socialism that emphasizes the group independent from the individual cannot function well on its own.  It cannot function and create prosperity by distributing the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power equally among all members of the group.  This penalizes the Producers and rewards the non-producers and counter-producers.  Capital Destroying Socialism cannot function well and create prosperity without rewarding the individual Producers in proportion to their production levels.  When the Producers are rewarded for their production in a socialist system we have Capital Producing Socialism.  In Capital Producing Socialism money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are created.  Prosperity is also attainable for those who produce in Capital Producing Socialist economic systems

We could say Socialism is a Group function and Capitalism is a Self function. Capitalism, the Self function, depends on the Group function in order to achieve prosperity.  Socialism, the Group function, depends on the Self function in order to achieve prosperity. 

The Capital Destroying Capitalist while functioning on the Self drive only is trying to gain prosperity by excluding the Group function.  This brings about a counter prosperous condition in the Self, Group, Society and Nation.

The Capital Destroying Socialist, while functioning on the Group drive only is trying to prosper by excluding the Self function.  This brings about a counter-prosperous condition in the Self, Group, Society and Nation.

Both the Capital Destroying Capitalist and the Capital Destroying Socialist are attempting to prosper through counter prosperous methods.  Both of these systems are taking the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power produced by the working and laboring Producers and giving it to non-producers and counter-producers.  This is how the Capital Destroying Capitalist and the Capital Destroying Socialist are trying to prosper.  They are trying to prosper through counter-production rewarding or counter-prosperity methods.

Money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are created in both the Capital Producing Capitalist and Capital Producing Socialist systems.  In both systems when the Producers of the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power are rewarded for their production we have a prosperous system operating.  In both systems when the non-producers and counter-producers are rewarded we have a counter prosperous system operating.  Economic systems where non-production and counter-production is rewarded tend to recede into depressions.

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2.6 True Wealth! Part 2

Introduction

True Wealth Part 2 is a continuation of the concept of True Wealth, what it is.  True Wealth is bringing prosperity to family, organization, society, nation, Mankind and environments while achieving prosperity for self. 

 Prosperity is a state of doing well.  It is a state of doing well for self and the other six entities listed above. 

 To prosper is to succeed in material terms; be financially successful.  It also is to flourish physically; grow strong and healthy.  This applies to self while self is creating prosperity for family, organization, society, nation, Mankind and environments.  This is real True Wealth!  When an individual can create prosperity in all seven of his entities he has achieved True Wealth and prosperity.

Environments

We can apply the above technology on achieving true wealth to all individuals, groups, organizations, societies,Spring flowers 2013 012 nations, mankind and environments. 

We include environments in this Economics Technology because environments are very much like living entities.  Raw materials are created through the resources of environments.  Exchanges must be made back into environments to maintain them in a healthy prosperous state so they can supply raw materials for future production. 

All waste products must be cleaned up to maintain a prosperous environment.  Environments must be maintained in healthy productive states free from all pollutants, and toxic substances.  All life depends on a clean healthy environment.  Producers in a producing organization depend on a clean healthy environment to maintain their production levels.  Future production and prosperity depend on clean healthy environments. 

Spring flowers 2013 005 Clean healthy environments give future to all living organisms.  It is a counter-productive act for an individual to take resources from an environment without exchanging the clean-up of toxic substances and pollutants for the resources.  Leaving toxic substances, pollutants and general chaos in an environment during and after the production activity is harmful to the future prosperity of an individual, family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments.  These entities work hand in hand so well that any harm brought to one of them harms the future of all of them.

Prospering Entities

Entity; a thing with distinct and independent existence: existence; being. (New Oxford American Dictionary)

True Wealth is producing yourself to material and monetary prosperity, while bringing all Producers around you, with you.  True wealth is making sure all your entities (Families, Organizations, Societies, Nations, Mankind and Environments) are prospering along with you.

When a Producer has all his entities prospering with him he has achieved true wealth.

When a non-producer or counter-producer appears to be wealthy but has his entities in a state of declining prosperity because he is stealing his wealth from his entities he has not achieved true wealth.  He is destroying his entities and since they are a part of him, he is in reality destroying him.  In this state where an individual is draining the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from his own entities we find upset, discontent and rebelling families, organizations, societies, nations, mankind and environments.

When achieving true wealth by having all entities prospering one is in a state of wholeness.  This is a state of an unbroken, undamaged condition.  It is a very healthy state for self, family, organization, society, nation, mankind and environments.

Definitions

True wealth; what is it?  Referring to the New Oxford American Dictionary, here’s a look at the contemporary definitions of wealth.

Wealth is an abundance of valuable possessions or money.  Wealth is also the state of being rich; material prosperity.  It is the plentiful supplies of a particular resource.  Wealth is also a plentiful supply of a particular desirable thing; as in, the tables and maps contain a wealth of information.  The archaic definition is; well being; prosperity.

Wealthy is having a great deal of money, resources or assets; rich.

The origin of the word wealth is Middle English welthe, from well’ or weal’, on the pattern of health.  Health comes from Old English, of Germanic origin; related to whole.

Whole is an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece.  Whole is related to healthy: all people should be whole inIMG_0315 body, mind and spirit.  Whole is also a thing that is complete in itself.

In contemporary economics, wealth is a state where most wealthy individuals become wealthy by accumulating a super abundance of valuable possessions and money without the correct amount of self-created goods and service exchanged for the wealth.  These individuals create an empire by stockpiling huge amounts of money, material possessions, value, energy, wealth, capital, and power.  They attempt to become an island buried in money, material possessions value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  They use huge sums of money, material assets, value, energy, wealth, capital and power to defend and protect this empire of material and monetary wealth.  All around them lay the shattered lives of fellow citizens they have ruined by taking money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from them without an equal exchange in goods and services for the money.

These wealthy individuals are counter producers.  They use the Free Market Construct of Marketing where counter-producers are allowed to participate. These wealthy counter-producers take huge sums of money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from the Free Market without an exchange in goods and services for it. 

In contrast to the Free Market Construct, the Open Market Construct does not allow for counter-producer participation. In the Open Market Construct individuals can’t take any money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power without exchanging produced goods and services for it on the Open Market.  See the Open Market Construct and the Free MarketVacation Spring 3013 047 Construct in http://youcreatemoney.com. 

I have included the technology of the Open Market Construct and the Free Market Construct in the following two sections.

The Open Market Construct

Revised April, 2013

The principle differences between the Open Market and the Free Market lie in that the Open Market application specifically specifies that the Market must be “open to all on equal terms,” and “is restricted exclusively to the activity of Producers.”

Non-producers and counter-producers have excluded themselves from the Open Market by exerting destructive forces against all Markets.  These two principles are not specified, implied or applied in the Free Market system.

 

  • In the Open Market Construct, Open to all on equal terms; means everyone must be evenly matched with no advantage for anyone.  This is not the case in the Free Market.
  •  The Open Market is open to all Producers with no restrictions for any and no advantages for any.  This is not the case in the Free Market.
  • The Open Market is not open to non-producers and counter-producers where the Free Market is open to non-producers and counter-producers.
  • Non-producers and counter-producers cannot enter into the Open Market and take money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from it without a product exchanged for it.  This is very pro-prosperity for a family, organization, society, a nation, mankind, for all life and environments.
  • The Open Market restricts the action of marketing to Producers only.  It does not allow government regulation except maintaining the Market open to all on equal terms.  It does not allow non-producers and counter-producers access to the Market unless they produce and become Producers.
  • The Open Market does not allow monopolies or any other way non-producers and counter-producers can control supply and demand.  The control of supply and demand gives non-producers and counter-producers the advantage of receiving more money than what their products are worth.
  • Non-producers and counter-producers are exclusively restricted from participating in the Open Market!   Producers are King in the Open Market!  They create the money, value, energy, wealth capital and power through the production of needed and wanted pro-prosperity goods and services.
  • The Open Market prevents people from taking a non-productive or a counter-productive advantage in the Market.
  • The greatest difference between the Open Market and the Free Market is that the Open Market does not allow for non-producer and counter-producer participation where the Free Market allows for non-producer and counter-producer participation.  Non-producers and counter-producers have wrecked many a society and nation by being allowed to participate without exchange for the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power they receive. 
  • Non-producers and counter-producers are found in all levels of a society.  They are located from the poorest among us all the way to the wealthiest among us.  There are no exceptions; a non-producer or a counter-producer whether rich or poor is a non-producer or a counter-producer. They are a heavy liability for the Producers, Families, Organizations, Society, Nation, Mankind and Environments!
  • The Open Market establishes the value of goods and services naturally.  Producers are the driving force behind the mechanism that gives goods and services their value.  Producers place the demand on the market.  The market through competition among all goods and services establishes value.  Producers are the cause force in the Market that sets the value.  We assert our drive through the market to establish the value of the goods and services. 
  • Everyone must place self-created goods and services on the Market before they can take any money.  They must be real goods and services as defined in Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics in the article, “What is a Product.” http://youcreatemoney.com

An Open Market must be open to all Producers on equal terms!  There are no exceptions!  The Open Market always establishes the value of all goods and services based on supply and demand.  This is a fact in nature.  Upon evaluation it is found to be a self evident truth.

 Free Market Construct

Revised April, 2013

The Free Market Construct will give you the contrast with the Open Market Construct.  The Open Market is governed by exact prosperity technology.  The Free Market has very little if any prosperity technology.  The little it has in prosperity technology is being violated to the extreme.  The Free Market has been taken over largely by rewarded non-producers and counter-producers. They take and take money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power without placing supply on the market for the money. The rewarded non-producers and counter-producers continually drain the society and mankind of the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power. This money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power is created and produced by the Producers.

It is very important to remember that the Free Market is a Market.  It works like any Market.  It is always working 24/7 in establishing the value for all goods and services placed on it.  Even when non-producers and counter-producers take money without placing supply, goods and services, on the Market the Market sets value.  However the value of these goods and services gets raised to higher levels than they would be.  This is because non-producers and counter-producers make demand without balancing it with supply.  Now the Market senses a low supply in relation to demand and the prices go up.  This is commonly called inflation.  When supply is low, prices go up.  When supply is high or abundant, prices go down. 

The definition of the Free Market is, a Market in which prices are controlled by supply and demand, without government regulations and restrictions. 

  • The Free Market allows for advantages by non-producers and counter-producers, by allowing monopolies and all other ways a non-producer and counter-producer can dream up and use to take money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power off the market without exchange for it with the supply of goods and services.
  • Technically speaking the Free Market should not be open to non-producers and counter-producers.  The definition of Free Market “strictly” implies that goods and services must be supplied in order to demand or take money from the Market.  Supply, “in supply and demand,” implies goods and services. Goods and services must be placed on the Market in exchange for any money received.  Then the money can be used to place a demand on the Market for other items. 
  • Non-producers and counter-producers use half of the Free Market definition.  They use the demand side of the Free Market definition.  They leave out the supply side, or fix and, or control the supply side to their advantage.
  • The non-producers and counter-producers enter into the Free Market and take money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from it without a product exchanged for it.  This is catastrophic for Producers, families, Organizations, societies, nations, mankind and environments!   Today in 2011 we are experiencing the result of this activity, on the Free Market, by non-producers and counter-producers.  We are mired in a world wide deep recession as a result.
  • The Free Market has no restrictions except keeping all government regulations out of it.
  • The Free Market does not restrict monopolies, or any other way, restrict non-producers and counter-producers.  Non-producers and counter-producers can control the Market supply and demand so that they have the advantage of receiving more money than what their products are worth.
  • The Free Market doesn’t prevent people from taking a non-productive or a counter-productive advantage in the Market. 
  • The greatest difference between the Open Market and the Free Market is, “the Open Market does not allow for non-producer and counter-producer participation where the Free Market allows for non-producer and counter-producer participation.”  Non-producers and counter-producers have wrecked many a society and nation by being allowed to participate without exchange for the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power they receive. 
  • Non-producers and counter-producers are found in all levels of a society.  They are located from the poorest among us to the wealthiest among us.  There are no exceptions; a non-producer or counter-producer whether rich or poor is a non-producer or a counter-producer.  They are a heavy liability for the Producers, families, societies, nations, mankind and environments!
Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
The Science of  Economics
By: RP Obrigewitsch

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