Have to create an abundance of opportunity for incentive and not scarcity. By doing that you advocate a Bill of Rights, you give people the opportunity to pursue a living instead of giving an illusion of what people feel they are “entitled” to via Government. It’s about making the cost of living understandable where when people work, depending on how much they work or earn one can determine how much they can afford. Cost of living would be cheap as well if government was limited or laws were reduced to provide a Free Market. You don’t create scarcity which creates poverty plus make people believe they can have as many kids as they want or whatever and if in trouble just collect welfare. You have to be able to care for what you produce or be responsible for what you produce in this world, since everything is energy. We can’t be teaching people lies or making false promises that they can have free healthcare, free education, free everything from “government” and expect people to not over produce or follow the religion of do thou wilt (without care).
I mean some people of the elite like Ted Turner and the Rothschild’s may have 5 kids versus someone having 15 or 20 kids and being on welfare. I’m tired of hearing about some dead beat men out there having a few kids with a woman; he leaves her, doesn’t pay child support and winds up doing this with multiple women having like 20 kids. That is ridiculous, that and prohibiting people from being able to pursue a living and care for what they produce is the issue. The issue with humanity is when you can no longer be independent or self-sufficient and care for what you produce or consume. Some are lazy, over consume or over produce, yet don’t ever care for it or have the means to care for what they’ve consumed/produced and others want to produce or care for what they consume, but are prohibited. It’s all because government gets involved and assists, which involves people and power and the inevitable corruption when resources become prohibited and everyone only cares or desires one thing, money, something created out of thin air by the government made up of its people that we all collectively agree upon as a means of exchange, which is what that is only. Ultimately we barter a service or good for something else we desire. A cycle of producing something or serving something and getting something in return that should be of something we need all the time and not something of no real fulfillment or need to survive. However, that isn’t always the case and things get corrupt.
Why? Because people think Government & the representation of energy via Money is God and is the rule of the land. Money is really a representation of energy, a means of exchange from producing energy and for when you can then consume energy. Money is the transition between real energy we consume or produce. It shouldn’t be the key focus. You produce something, serve something, trade that good of energy like food, water or information etc. over for money (temporarily) until you then trade it for something you really desire or need, represented by what though? Sex, drugs, materialism, food, shelter, etc? Everyone ultimately has passion in consuming some representation of energy, yet they are focused on money and obtaining that and not understanding what they produce (negative or positive energy) as a result of the money they earn and spend.
Government is made of leaders who lie all the time and Scarcity is manufactured via Laws from Government which is really controlled or hijacked by a few individuals and their Corporation. These individuals seek to shut down competition which creates scarcity. Prohibiting people to produce or create goods is prohibiting abundance. They do that by prohibiting our ability to pursue natural resources of this earth like the cannabis plant. You can’t make the natural resources of this earth illegal because that is what shuts down competition or liberty of people able to pursue a living. Shutting down competition is what creates scarcity.
And if you do that, then everything will balance itself, nature.