Spending 200,000 euro in one year
should be the LIMIT!

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  6. A maximum of 200,000 euro gives more freedom

-- May 2 2010 --

The idea “200,000 euro a year is the LIMIT!” does not strive to improve our present world a little bit, does not want that only five million kids die each year before they are five years old in stead of the present ten million, does not concentrate on getting a few cents more each month, less racism or slight improvements of basic human rights. It is neither left nor right, it is autonomous, it promotes the freedom to do what you want to do without hurting other humans. 

200,000 euro is the LIMIT! wants a humane world by attacking the fundamental motivation of nearly all activity. Our society is restricted by the paradigm that everything has to be expressed in terms of money. This money paradigm must be replaced by a driving force that puts the well-being of humans first. Only then all ten million under-five kids that die each year get a chance on a decent life. 

This change cannot be reached by elections. You may vote but don’t expect much from newly elected leaders. Their first goal is the preservation of a society based on money and not based on the well-being of humans. 

200,000 euro is the LIMIT! aims to prevent the use of surplus money. In this process the creativity, initiative and activity of common citizens is activated. They free themselves from restrictions imposed by (very well-to-do) leaders who appreciate money more than a decent life for all people. Only when society is guided by the idea that the life of all humans is important the way will open to a society with more freedom.  

200,000 euro is the LIMIT! has nothing to do with old politics based on the pursuit of money. The basic idea is that the People prevent the Happy Few amassing too much money for the own group at the cost of the life of the vast majority.
A Van Gogh belongs in a museum and not in a private house where only a few will get the pleasure to see this unique piece of our World Heritage. Anyone should have the freedom to see all Van Goghs.

Joost van Steenis (downwithelite@gmail.com)

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