Why is it that international companies are allowed to avoid competition but individuals are forced to compete globally?

How do we replace competition for individuals with cooperation and maximum mutual gain


The answer is to create organisations that people can be member of that can represent that person.

The world is NOT zero sum. Or at least doesn't have to be.

We can make the world better.


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[按時間順序],是的,這對於遠程工作來說是正確的,並且由於通信和運輸技術而發生......爲此,基於會員的組織可能是一個解決方案,是的。例如,我認爲我們可以將 Infinity 打造成一個在經濟上支持其成員的組織,僅僅因爲他們是成員。把它想象成相反的“稅收”,或者有點像“福利制度”。

例如,國家有足夠的資源爲所有公民提供相當好的健康保險,但爲什麼要停止健康——食物、交通等呢?身體細胞理所當然地被賦予血液以發揮作用,但人們不知何故會像細菌或病毒一樣在競爭中死去或掙扎,我認爲這是非常不人道的。這可能是資本主義最不道德的一面,顯然,它起作用了——細菌進化出了新的特徵。但是,我認爲有 另一個 主題。

[chronological], yeah, this is mostly true for remote work, and happening because of communication and transportation technologies... and for that, membership-based organization could be a solution, yes. For example, I'm thinking that we could make the Infinity into an organization that financially supports its members, just because they are members. Think of it like "tax" just in reverse, or a bit like "welfare systems."

For example, countries have enough resources to provide all of the citizens with pretty good health coverage, but why should it stop with health -- what about food, and transportation, and so on. Body cells are given blood for granted, to function, but people are somehow made to die or struggle in competition like bacteria or viruses, which I think is quite inhumane. It's perhaps the most unethical side of capitalism, and obviously, it works -- bacteria get new traits evolved. However, I think there was another topic for that.