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This issue has been going up for years. Wanted to see everyone's views on these major economics policies.

For years together people have fought and tried to understand which one is better?
Let us discuss it out, here.

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  • Sep 23 2012: " Every economic entities
    Could be together with
    and also Should be together with
    and so Are together with”, as the Will of God.

    ### Taxes on the Wealthy, so called Buffet Tax will be one of Prior Improvement Systems for the Renovation of Contemporary Capitalism because the Wealth of the Wealthy can't stand without the Wealth of the Less Wealthy. Taxes on the Wealthy, so called Buffet Tax will be one way to recover the relation that the Wealthy and the Less Wealthy, as one of Economic Entities Could be together with and also Should be together with and so Are together with, for Coexistence in Capitalism.



    < Occupy Wall Street( OWS ) > means " Renovation of Capitalism " based on " Proposal - Researching a New Horizon of Faith and Religion for the Present and for the Future "

    " Renovation of Capitalism " could be based on the Relation that every economic entities of every tribe and even a nation Could be together with and also Should be together with and so Are together with on the Earth, in order to take " Prior Improvement " instead of " Post Charity " for the sake of coping with Contemporary Capitalism.



    ### Every Economic Systems and Practices should build up the Relation that every economic entities
    “Could be together with
    and also Should be together with and so Are together with”, as the Will of God.

    ### Occupy Wall Street( OWS ) in Sept. 17, 2011 means to build up the Relation that Economic Outcome as well as Opportunity
    “Could be together with and so Are together with” for " We are 99% " and for " Wealthiest 1% ". and also Should be together with


    Please refer to http://www.worldwithgod.org and to one2gather.org & one2gether.net.

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