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Are You Poor ...

Are you ...

  • poor,

  • unemployed, under-employed, marginalized,

  • exploited,

  • excluded,

  • in debt?


Poverty, unemployment, debt, inflation and pollution are social costs or costs downloaded onto society and future generations. This creates costs for the society and future generations. Social costs infringe the principle of mutual rights.

Eron was able  to make billions for its shareholders yet nearly destroyed the global economy. A few financial corporations destroyed the U.S. housing market and put the global economy into a recession that still affects us. These are simply some of the social costs of a society without a clear policy on mutual rights.

Communities are not advanced by the importation of cheap merchandise and the exportation of good paying jobs. Communities, workers and local businesses are not benefitted when jobs are shipped overseas. The environment is not helped when goods must be transported long distances because of excessive centralization and offshoring. Local businesses are not helped when residents lose their jobs and customers ability to buy goods and services decline.   

Laws that let institutions waste what belongs to all of us ought not to be tolerated and society ought not to be left with the bill. Such actions infringe the principle of mutual rights. A right that cannot be universalized is not eligible to be considered a mutual right.  

Institutions that allow costs to be created that society and future generations must pay need to be changed. Why must society pay the costs while a few powerful persons enjoy the benefits?

No one ought to be compelled to pay costs they did not create. Liberalism and its Social Justice Warriors are the enemies of mutualism. Download your copy of 'Human Rights versus Legal Rights' from kindle. Learn why legal rights are not eligible for inclusion in our mutual rights.  

Liberalism produces social costs such as debt, poverty, unemployment and pollution. War, crime and conflict are created when our mutual rights are not respected. Social costs are downloaded onto society and future generations. Mutual Exchanges are organizations that promote the principles of mutural rights and are able to supply social goods. The struggle against injustice is the fight for mutual rights. Join Rational Exchange and download your copy of  Human Rights versus Legal Rights from kindle.

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