The Life of The Poor

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Quote:

“I commit myself to show, that Life as ‘lifestyle’ as origin as source as resource, is Given: Equally – to every Body of Life; and that dominion is to those that are able to distribute this which is Given Freely, Equally to All – that no-one may need or desire anything that will cause this separation that now exist as ‘lifestyle’ on Earth.” Bernard Poolman

“I am convinced that the simplest solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a guaranteed income.” Martin Luther King jr.

Imagine No Government

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=U9IAQLr9Xhg

Jobs are Not the Answer

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/allan-sheahen/jobs-are-not-the-answer_b_3727048.html

I Stand By My Political Affiliations

http://activistsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/2013/08/day-427-i-stand-by-my-political.html

Living Income Guaranteed and Equal Currency

http://economistjourneytolife.blogspot.mx/2013/08/day-245-living-income-guaranteed-and.html

It is Illegal to feed The Homeless

http://www.trueactivist.com/it-is-illegal-to-feed-the-homeless-in-cities-all-over-the-united-states/

Martin Luther King: Basic Income

http://mobile.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/2013/08/28/martin_luther_king_guaranteed_basic_income.html

Martin Luther King: The Solution to Poverty Is To Abolish It Directly 

http://www.progress.org/dividend/cdking.html

Poverty Saps Mental Capacity To Deal With Complex Tasks

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/aug/29/poverty-mental-capacity-complex-tasks

Progress and Poverty by Henry George

http://www.henrygeorge.org/pcontents.htm

Quote:

“The fact is that the work which improves the condition of mankind, the work which extends knowledge and increases power and enriches literature, and elevates thought, is not done to secure a living. It is not the work of slaves, driven to their task either by the lash of a master or by animal necessities. It is the work of men who perform it for their own sake, and not that they may get more to eat or drink, or wear, or display. In a state of society where want is abolished, work of this sort could be enormously increased.”

Henry George

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