Could Mankind be salvaged from its economic folly? Best selling author Jonathan Bluestein presents: Prosperism - an original, never before seen socio-economic philosophy and theory. Without any specific political inclinations, leaning neither left nor right, Prosperism introduces a balanced approach, to make society more fair, just and benevolent. Prosperism is a way to re-think Capitalism, and make it work much better. Prosperism is simple to understand, and profound in its impact. With but a minor, small adjustment to the current successful Capitalist modality, all of mankind may be transformed and improved dramatically. Read this treatise and be inspired - the change we covet is within our grasp!
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What is PROSPERISM, in a nutshell?
Herein is a simple comparison with other modalities you are familiar with.
A utopia in which wealth is never a zero-sum-game, and people can accumulate it without limit and still not cause great injustice. In theory, there is equality of opportunity and fairness. In practice, the rich abuse the poor, and yet the poor worship the rich.
A utopia in which everyone can have nearly limitless freedoms, yet people still take care of each-other’s needs without causing great injustice. In theory, there ought to be social support. In practice, the rich are indifferent to the poor, and the poor have no protection.
A utopia in which equality can be given to all, and people would still be content with having and being the same as everyone else, and not bring about great injustice. In theory, there is perfect social harmony. In practice, the rich are despised and the poor man is king, while a corrupt group rules behind the scenes while nearly everyone suffer.
A utopia in which the government can always be benevolent enough to take care of everyone’s needs, and somehow not abuse its power and cause great injustice. In theory, everyone gets what they deserve. In practice, the rich are punished and the poor envy them, while the government steals from everyone.
A reasonable compromise between several other forms of socio-economic organization.
Wealth is limited, yet people can become rich.
People can become wealthy without enticing envy.
The interests of the rich align with those of the poor.
The government does less, but the people contribute more.
The people become more benevolent, because the success of one person benefits all others.
Equality of opportunity, without coercing equality of wealth.
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