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    Much more new macro economics.

    I have been working on things with science, and now come back to my real calling - making money.

    Today i had an idea of trade without money, but, cents and dollars to be in the way of tax, to compliment the state. this led to my new idea - having a credit scheme for traders to allow for them to be taxed too. let's face it, would you like to carry cash around with you - why not allow them to open junior credit card schemes where they rent credit card machines? this will make taxing them a reality, and, it will stimulate the economy too.

    If we were to take it one step further, we could also regulate trade of a barter kind, where the produce of the market places will produce a loan application via taxes received - there is no way to measure produce being sold, so, rate them on how much taxes they pay for how much they can lend, yes? this would see them donate a lot to tax to get more back, so it would be a loan of a tax of a loan, of course? this would lead to them basically strengthening each other, the little guy and and the state, where the employment could be reassured and then they could both benefit?
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    Money for the state is a lovely thing. If they wished, they could simply make more money and then delete it when the bills are paid, as I showed previously. But, that would require extra staff and make them much more congested, with late payments and lodging of forms being where they would lead to inflation anyway.

    So, how does the state make a whopping collection of glut money in one go? If they were to sell land, the acres and kilometres of land around the cities, they could collect much money, even if it was cheaply sold there is a lot of it. Then, as that land is developed, there will be an increase of the land outside that land, where they will be able to sell even more. This trend would continue for generations, building up a huge glut of capital.

    With that in mind, let's look at the city centres? These often get deserted and turned into renovated tourist places, yes? This would mean that they would be central and attract tourists wanting to see the city centre, of course. Why they want to see the city centre, nobody cares, they are there looking and will probably continue to look for generations, of course.

    The city centre, if you ask me, should be turned into 'public parking.' This would stop the glut of traffic in the city centres and then there would be less traffic. The old buildings they would replace are so worn down they will be cheap, so, maybe some private parking? It is hard to find parking in Africa!

    If the state so wished, it could, with this expansion of the city in mind, with the selling of land on the outskirts, make storage in the city centre, state owned? This would be central storage, where the storage would be in the city centre and then would be easy to manage and zone and sell off to the private sector. But, this is hardly any money...

    If the state was to forcefully rezone land in the city centre, there would be a few weeks or months of confusion as people moved in and out. Then, they would pick up sweet deals with some of the buildings they want, and, move state services to areas they wish, yes? Then, there would be more organized ways of managing the cities and then the cities would function better, of course.

    But, I promised you a glut of money! Let's look elsewhere for the glut of money...

    If the state was to sell all it's gold to a neighbour, and collect diamonds instead, and neighbour gold, they could simply trade off 'when the indices change.' This would allow the state to exchange their diamonds for gold's worth, or, the other way around? These things though are only used in jewels and and for decoration and electronics, yes? This means it plays a role in these markets, so, all markets should leech off these commodities as they are linked to the commodities that get traded and therefore the currency exchange rates depends on these things. This means that these things directly influence the markets, and the currency, and, should be belt produced, of course.

    But, if they are belt produced, like oil being burned wood, then burned coal, then the price of currency will go down surely? This would mean, that with laws in place, everything will get cheaper, and, the salaries will stay the same! That means much more income for most people, while the price of goods will go down, yes?

    So, if the state was to invest in oil too, which can be mass produced, then it could stock pile it's capital with wood, being made into coal, then into oil through furnace feeding.
    !! Thug LIfe !!

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    I like cash, to hard to carry? That is why large bills are made.

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