The debate "We cannot discuss about free internet for everybody when people cannot get water for free" was started by
April 30, 2014, 6:49 pm.
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JohnnieWalker posted 2 arguments, tkershaw3 posted 1 argument, echofrommadiun posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
JohnnieWalker, tkershaw3, Raydiff3r, echofrommadiun and 8 visitors agree.
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If you have Internet at home then you are not poor and you should pay a $1.00 Basic Food Tax each month that will be used to lend money to a farmer. It does not matter if the farmer is growing tobbaco or marijuana. We use the interest the farmer pays to build a farm in the middle of nowhere to grow something that is needed by everybody, like onions or potatoes or tomatoes.
This farm will create a lot of jobs and that is a good thing for everybody.
This farm will increase the supply of food and the price of onions, potatoes and tomatoes will drop and that is a good thing for everybody.
Instead of selling the food in the open markets, we lend the food to global corporations like Mcdonald's or Burger King and we don't charge them any interest with cash, instead we charge them the interest in more food just like the Oil companies are currently doing it with the Emergency Oil Reserve.
For example, we lend a ton of onions to Burger King and they return in the future a bit more.
Water is one of our primary needs and people should be able to get it for free. On the other hand, internet is not our primary needs as without it, we can still survive. It does make sense if we cannot discuss about free internet for everybody while people cannot get water for free. It means we need to fulfill their primary needs first before we talk about other things that are less important.
Let's start with the basics, we can only survive for three days without water.