david madsen

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david madsen
Posted almost 3 years ago
Universal monthly allowance for all, financed by a 5% sales tax.
in 1972 a social expirement was secretly carried out in a dozen north american cities. it was to determine the membership in the workforce if a guaranteed, assured, basically comfortable amount, and dispensed with ba respect ... they professed wary of premature speculation; but confessed afterward that the majority concensus amongst the involved social scientists was always assumed without question - immediate they defined a major component of the work force to be unhappy and the flight from said employment surely spontaneous with new funding - free; to free them - wonderfully they would relish staying home doing as they please. sadly, although the study was conducted in the 1970's - thought a time of great forced social structural analysis, redefinition, and complete rearrangement of an immensity of such utterly totally conclusive co-factoring variables ... such a massive experimental population base and inclusion of an incomprehensible collection of varied components. yet these supposedly most of wisdom and empathetic perception for society's most unerable, derided and judged, powerless, and held incontemptable - their very patrons, too - as all other citizenry - assigned a very heavily value-laden negativity upon them before they had even known they had any choices yet. the very men awarded doctoral staus in our academic learned and professional classes automatically condemned the poor for being poor, assigned them an extremely acrimoniously judgemental character traits of " ... obvious laziness, unmotivation, any drive, and sheer sloth" - and the only other subgroup condemned just as vitrioically - rarely, the working poor too weredefined with great judgement. the sad fact is that through their stated observations from this experimental data collection ... they themselves personified an even greater social experiment's most glaring conclusion they congruently proved an even uglier and brutally intimate reality of america - everyone despises the poor ...