Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Divine Economy Theory Protects The Environment!

The divine economy theory is based on the foundation of the human reality which is a noble one. Illumined human beings care. It is not something that has to be mandated and enforced by some man-made system.

The fact of the matter is that humans value the present and they are intellectually and spiritually capable of recognizing that there is a future and so they value the future too. Given their basic human rights, with property rights being the tangible expression of a human right in a world that operates as an economy, all persons are then in the process of learning how to respect each other.

Let me ask you a question. If ownership of a piece of property was not penalized by mandatory fees (taxes) levied annually (at least), would there be as many reasons to 'develop' an 'undeveloped' property? This intervention into the economy, which is accepted as normal in these dark and ignorant economic times, is forcing development. As you can see interventionists are no friend of the environment.

In a divine economy all intervention is seen as a cause of corruption. Property rights ensure that people respect each other and ensure that the value of the past, the present, and the future are protected. Those who object to property rights are violating a basic human right and are trying to weaken the divine economy - they are interventionists.

Contemporarily, when enviromental issues are discussed the cause of the problem is never taken back all of the way to its origin. If properly tracked backwards to its source it will be seen that some intervention has occurred that destroyed the property right (which means it violated a human right). Sure it may appear that intervention is now necessary but never will that intervention be to remove the original intervention! This is why the cumulative corruption of interventionism continually worsens the economic condition and this is why the divine economy theory is so powerful and is so needed. It educates people about economics, it purges the corruption of interventionism, and it protects the environment!

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