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than what you are about to read, yet
it still gives an
excellent glimpse of what we propose
that most can appreciate, yet do not
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THIS is FROM
Early 1980s !!!!, can you believe
it ??? Why
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not, mean for 99% of the public
: do you really think that
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Take this tongue in cheek article from the
EARLY 1980s into your deepest consideration.
The RICH Economy
by Mordecai the Foul, High Priest, Head
Temple, Bavarian Illuminati.
from The Illuminati Papers
there is one proposition which currently wins
the assent of nearly everybody, it is that we
need more jobs. "A cure for unemployment" is
promised, or earnestly sought, by every Heavy
Thinker from Jimmy Carter to the Communist Party
USA, from Ronald Reagan to the head of the
economics department at the local university,
from the Birchers to the New Left.
like to challenge that idea. I don't think there
is, or ever again can be, a cure for
unemployment. I propose that unemployment is
not a disease, but the natural, healthy
functioning of an advanced technological
inevitable direction of any technology, and of
any rational species such as Homo sap.,
is toward what Buckminster Fuller calls
ephemeralization, or doing-more-with-less. For
instance, a modern computer does more (handles
more bits of information) with less hardware
than the proto-computers of the late '40's and
'50's. One worker with a modern teletype machine
does more in an hour than a thousand medieval
monks painstakingly copying scrolls for a
century. Atomic fission does more with a cubic
centimeter of matter than all the engineers of
the 19th Century could do with a million tons,
and fusion does even more.
is not a disease; so it has no "cure."
tendency toward ephemeralization or doing
more-with-less is based on two principal
increment-of-association, a term coined
by engineer C.H. Douglas, a meaning simply that
when we combine our efforts we can do more than
the sum of what each of us could do seperately.
Five people acting synergetically together can
lift a small modern car, but if each of the five
tries separately, the car will not budge. As
society evolved from tiny bands, to larger
tribes, to federations of tribes, to
city-states, to nations, to multinational
alliances, the increment-of-association
increased exponentially. A stone-age hunting
band could not build the Parthenon; a
Renaissance city-state could not put Neil
Armstrong on the Moon. When the
increment-of-association increases, through
larger social units, doing-more-with-less
becomes increasingly possible.
2. Knowledge itself is
inherently self-augmenting. Every
discovery "suggests" further discoveries; every
innovation provokes further innovations. This
can be seen concretely, in the records of the
U.S. Patent Office, where you will find more
patents granted every year than were granted the
year before, in a rising curve that seems to be
headed toward infinity. If Inventor A can make a
Whatsit out of 20 moving parts, Inventor B will
come along and build a Whatsit out of 10 moving
parts. If the technology of 1900 can get 100
ergs out of a Whatchamacallum, the technology of
1950 can get 1,000 ergs. Again, the tendency is
always toward doing-more-with-less.*
is directly caused by this technological
capacity to do more-with-less. Thousands of
monks were technologically unemployed by
Gutenberg. Thousands of blacksmiths were
technologically unemployed by Ford's Model T.
Each device that does-more-with-less makes human
labor that much less necessary.
said that slavery could only be abolished when
machines were built that could operate
themselves. Working for wages, the modern
equivalent of slavery -- very accurately called
"wage slavery" by social critics -- is in the
process of being abolished by just such
self-programming machines. In fact, Norbert
Wiener, one of the creators of cybernetics,
foresaw this as early as 1947 and warned that we
would have massive unemployment once the
computer revolution really got moving.
arguable, and I for one would argue, that the
only reason Wiener's prediction has not totally
been realized yet -- although we do have
ever-increasing unemployment -- is that big
unions, the corporations, and government have
all tacitly agreed to slow down the pace of
cybernation, to drag their feet and run the
economy with the brakes on. This is because they
all, still, regard unemployment as a "disease"
and cannot imagine a "cure" for the nearly total
unemployment that full cybernation will create.
for a moment, we challenge this Calvinistic
mind-set. Let us regard wage-work -- as most
people do, in fact, regard it -- as a curse, a
drag, a nuisance, a barrier that stands between
us and what we really want to do. In that case,
your job is the disease, and unemployment is the
without working for wages we'll all starve to
death!?! Won't we?"
all. Many farseeing social thinkers have
suggested intelligent and plausible plans for
adapting to a society of rising unemployment.
Here are some examples.
1. The National
Dividend. This was invented by
engineer C. H. Douglas and has been revived with
some modifications by poet Ezra Pound and
designer Buckminster Fuller. The basic idea
(although Douglas, Pound, and Fuller differ on
the details) is that every citizen should be
declared a shareholder in the nation, and should
receive dividends on the Gross National Product
for the year. Estimates differ as to how much
this would be for each citizen, but at the
current level of the GNP it is conservative to
say that a share would be worth several times as
much, per year, as a welfare recipient receives
-- at least five times more.
complain that this would be inflationary.
Supporters of the National Dividend reply that
it would only be inflationary if the dividends
distributed were more than the GNP; and
they are proposing only to issue dividends equal
to the GNP.
2. The Guaranteed
Annual Income. This has been urged by
economist Robert Theobald and others. The
government would simply establish an income
level above the poverty line and guarantee that
no citizen would receive less; if your wages
fall below that level, or you have no wages, the
government makes up the difference.
plan would definitely cost the government less
than the present welfare system, with all its
bureaucratic red tape and redundancy: a point
worth considering for those conservatives who
are always complaining about the high cost of
welfare. It would also spare the recipients the
humiliation, degradation and dehumanization
built into the present welfare system: a point
for liberals to consider. A system that is less
expensive than welfare and also less debasing to
the poor, it seems to me, should not be
objectionable to anybody but hardcore sadists.
3. The Negative
Income Tax. This was first devised by
Nobel economist Milton Friedman and is a less
radical variation on the above ideas. The
Negative Income Tax would establish a minimum
income for every citizen; anyone whose income
fell below that level would receive the amount
necessary to bring them up to that standard.
Friedman, who is sometimes called a conservative
but prefers to title himself a libertarian,
points out that this would cost "the government"
(i.e. the taxpayers) less than the
present welfare system, like Theobald's
Guaranteed Annual Income. It would also dispense
with the last tinge of humiliation associated
with government "charity," since when you cashed
a check from IRS nobody (not even your banker)
would know if it was supplementary income due to
poverty or a refund due to overpayment of last
4. The RICH
Economy. This was devised by inventor
L. Wayne Benner (co-author with Timothy Leary of
Terra II) in collaboration with the
present author. It's a four-stage program to
retool society for the cybernetic and space-age
future we are rapidly entering. RICH means
Rising Income through Cybernetic Homeostasis.
Stage I is
to recognize that cybernation and massive
unemployment are inevitable and to encourage
them. This can be done by offering a
$100,000 reward to any worker who can design a
machine that will replace him or her, and all
others doing the same work. In other words,
instead of being dragged into the cybernetic age
kicking and screaming, we should charge ahead
bravely, regarding the Toilless Society as the
Utopian goal humanity has always sought.
Stage II is
to establish either the Negative Income Tax or
the Guaranteed Annual Income, so that the
massive unemployment caused by Stage I will not
throw hordes of people into the degradation of
the present welfare system.
Stage III is
to gradually, experimentally, raise the
Guaranteed Annual Income to the level of the
National Dividend suggested by Douglas, Bucky
Fuller, and Ezra Pound, which would give every
citizen the approximate living standard of the
comfortable middle class. The reason for doing
this gradually is to pacify those conservative
economists who claim that the National Dividend
is "inflationary" or would be practically
wrecking the banking business by lowering the
interest rate to near-zero. It is our claim that
this would not happen as long as the total
dividends distributed to the populace equaled
the Gross National Product. but since this is a
revolutionary and controversial idea, it would
be prudent, we allow, to approach it in slow
steps, raising the minimum income perhaps 5 per
cent per year for the first ten years. And, after
the massive cybernation caused by Stage I has
produced a glut of consumer goods,
experimentally raise it further and faster
toward the level of a true National Dividend.
is a massive investment in adult education, for
two reasons. (1) People can spend only so much
time messing around,
doing drugs, and watching TV; after a while they
get bored. This is the main psychological
objection to the workless society, and the
answer to it is to educate people for functions
more cerebral than messing around, doing drugs,
watching TV, or the idiot jobs most are
currently toiling at. (2) There are vast
challenges and opportunities confronting us in
the next three or four decades, of which the
most notable are those highlighted in Tim
Leary's SMI2LE slogan -- Space Migration,
Intelligence Increase, Life Extension. Humanity
is about to enter an entirely new evolutionary
relationship to space, time, and consciousness.
We will no longer be limited to one planet, to a
brief, less-than-a-century lifespan, and to the
stereotyped and robotic mental processes by
which most people currently govern their lives.
Everybody deserves the chance, if they want it,
to participate in the evolutionary leap to what
Leary calls "more space, more time, and more
intelligence to enjoy space and time."
am proposing, in brief, is that the Work Ethic
(find a Master to employ you for wages, or live
in squalid poverty) is obsolete. A Work Esthetic
will have to arise to replace this old Stone Age
syndrome of the slave, the peasant, the serf,
the prole, the wage-worker -- the human
labor-machine who is not fully a person but, as
Marx said, " a tool, an automaton." Delivered
from the role of things and robots, people will
learn to become fully developed persons, in the
sense of the Human Potential movement. They will
not seek work out of economic necessity, but out
of psychological necessity -- as an outlet for
their creative potential.
potential" is not a panchreston. It refers to
the inborn drive to play, to tinker, to explore,
and to experiment, shown by every child before
his or her mental processes are stunted by
authoritarian education and operant-conditioned
Bucky Fuller says, the first thought of people,
once they are delivered from wage slavery, will
be, "What was it that I was so interested in as
a youth, before I was told I had to earn a
living?" The answer to that question, coming
from millions and then billions of persons
liberated from mechanical toil, will make the
Renaissance look like a high school science fair
or a Greenwich Village art show.
cannot spend more space on this point here.
Those who want more evidence of the
doing-more-with-less phenomenon should consult
Fuller's Operating Manual for Spaceship
Earth and Alfred Korzybski's Manhood
Anton Wilson is an imaginary being
created by God. Since he is fairly bright,
Wilson has figured this out and knows he has no
real existence aside from the mind of God.
Nonetheless, he still relapses into taking
himself seriously on occasion, as should you !!
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To quote Lichtenberg, "This book is a mirror.
When a monkey looks in, no philosopher looks out."
Add the next term to the series:
(c) scientific laws;
(a) has existed
and always will exist;
(b) is ordained
(c) did not
appear on large scale until
the Enclosure Acts drove the
serfs off the land in the past
(d) will become
obsolete in the next 100 years
(e) will become
obsolete in the next 10 years.
today than in all previous history. Toffler, among
others, says this means we will have more changes in
the next 30 years than in all pervious
history. We should therefore
(a) force half or
more of the scientists to become shoe clerks or
grocers so things don't change too fast;
(b) establish a
government committee to supervise all scientifc
research, thereby slowing it down even more;
(c) learn to
raise the general intelligence to cope with
A certain job can be performed either by a human or
a machine. We should
employ the human because "the devil makes work for
(b) employ the human because otherwise he or she
might be bored.
(c) employ the human because there in no way to
organize society except by having most people work
(d) employ the machine because technology has no
other purpose than to free people from toil.
There is a magic
machine with two buttons, each of which will
create equality among humans. You will
(a) the button
that makes everyone equally poor;
button that makes everyone equally