5 Private property

The abolition of money does not affect private property. Therefore there will be no really disadvantaged people, nobody has to be afraid of it. There will be no expropriations as there is with socialism.

Property, rather, is increasingly used for a functional purpose. Owners of large areas of land or many rental properties remain the owners of these properties. But they are no longer an item of value, as there is no income from them. However, rental agreements must be continued. The paradigm shift changes the relationship to property on both sides. Since we give each other gifts in this form of society, we will also treat property differently and no longer exclude it from general use. Tenants or users regard the use as a gift and will take part in maintaining it.

For their own use, owners will only use as much land or living space as they need. Property also requires careful handling of it.

A ton of gold is a ton of gold. Since you don’t have to pay anything for anything, you don’t need gold as an investment. The gold will be processed into jewelry and given away as it is normal to give away and receive gifts. Or it can be processed into contacts for electronic devices.

The financially better off and also the banks have invested their money in companies and real estate. Since there are no expropriations, this property will not be touched. So nobody would really be disadvantaged.

1 The idea
2 Why do we have to abolish money?
3 Sociopolitical considerations
4 How can we achieve it?
5 Private property
6 The transition
7 Development of the economy
8 Epilogue

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