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Re: Simplifing A Difficult Issue

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 16, 2000 05:06:28 UTC

I do not disagree with any of what you have written except the argument that there is not enough land for more people.

I read some place that if you gather the entire population of the world and have them live in the State of Texas under natural conditions and as farmers with or without the use of technology you would still be able to double the population in the same state and not see any harm come to the people or to the land. There would be plenty of food and water too because no one would use more than they could consume. All would be working the fields and tending the animals and plants and studying ways to travel the planets at no cost to the planetary resources or to themselves.

The problem is that no one will let others live off the land and not pay homage (taxes) to the mobs, who rule by the power of the Gun and the threat of Jail, who call themselves Government Leaders; also the interest is usury and who sells the lands. What gave them the right to own the lands in the first place (except by the power of force) and then to leave it lay desolate in place of letting people live off of the lands. They set conditions where a person is only able to produce one product at a time because the families of today are divided and they all plan to do different things. There is no real family any longer. It takes a village to raise a child properly.

Jisbond

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