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“An estimated 290,000 Indian farmers have committed suicide in 20 years. Small farms used to be India’s economic backbone, but now owners struggle to make even a meager profit and drown in debt. Many blame GMO cotton for the failing farms, having cornered the market and replaced organic crops; they have failed to live up to expectations.” What are the solutions to this pressing problem and what is our responsibility to it? Let’s discuss about that 

Discussing the RT Documentary:
100% cotton. Made in India
http://rt.com/shows/documentary/261129-farms-organic-crops-gmo/ 

To guarantee our basic living rights and create a regenerative economic system that includes the provision of a Guaranteed Living Income: 
Living Income Guaranteed Proposal
http://livingincome.me/wiki/The_Living_Income_Guaranteed_Proposal 
Equal Life Foundation - Bill of Rights
https://equallifefoundation.wordpress.com/bill-of-rights/ 

#BTCotton#MadeInIndia #Cotton #IndianFarmers #FarmersSuicides #GMO #Organic #Clothing #Fashion #Inditex #HumanRights #Debt #BioTech #monsanto #monopoly #seeds #freemarket #regulations #socialresponsibility #consumerism #livingwages #livingincome 
“An estimated 290000 Indian farmers have committed suicide in 20 years. Small farms used to be India's economic backbone, but now owners struggle to make even a meager profit and drown in debt. Many blame GMO cotton for the failing farms, having cornered the market and replaced organic crops; ...
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Identifying the authorities we have placed ‘above us’ enables us to recognize where we have abdicated our power away to design a system that works for all – how can we become the authors of this world and dismantle the hierarchical structures that exist within and without us? Let’s discuss about that and place things into perspective

Referenced hangout with Jon Sanderson on Basic Income Canada
[92] Basic Income Canada
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_MKNp8gQV4

To guarantee our basic living rights and create a regenerative economic system that includes the provision of a Guaranteed Living Income: 
Living Income Guaranteed Proposal
http://livingincome.me/wiki/The_Living_Income_Guaranteed_Proposal 
Equal Life Foundation - Bill of Rights
https://equallifefoundation.wordpress.com/bill-of-rights/ 

#authority #authorship #power #control #worldsystem #authors #selfresponsibility #socialresponsibility #livingincomeguaranteed #worldchange #equality #authorIAm
Identifying the authorities we have placed 'above us' enables us to recognize where we have abdicated our power away to design a system that works for all – how can we become the authors of this world and dismantle the hierarchical structures that exist within and without us?
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Watch the inspiring hangout with Jon Sanderson where he urges us to Stand up, Speak our mind and Join a local group to promote Basic Income as a Human Right

‪#‎BasicIncome‬ ‪#‎Canada‬ ‪#‎Canadians‬ ‪#‎LivingWages‬ ‪#‎HumanRights‬ ‪#‎CanadianPolitics‬ ‪#‎Manitoba‬ ‪#‎LivingRights‬ ‪#‎Activism‬ ‪#‎PoliticalActivism‬ ‪#‎Politics‬ ‪#‎UBI‬ ‪#‎Toronto‬ #HumanRights ‪#‎Act‬ ‪#‎Speakup‬
Why is a basic income necessary? Why should the living wage movement care about the basic income movement? What is the cost of a basic income? How can people join the movement for Basic Income in Canada? This and more will be discussed with Jon Sanderson from Canada in our live hangout.
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For most of us – our needs are ‘boring’. Fulfilling our needs forms part of the basic support that we have and give ourselves, but they don’t give us a ‘thrill’, they don’t make us ‘ecstatic’, they don’t even get us excited. A need is not something you ‘feel’ on an energetic level – they don’t make themselves known through a rush. Rather – a need will make itself known through physical discomfort: hunger shows you a need for food, painful feet shows you a need for new shoes, the discomfort of taking showers in ice cold water shows us the need to pay our electricity bill. Needs make themselves known through ‘negative’ physical experiences. 
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Why are taxes imposed  to ‘gifts’ endowed as a patrimony left by relatives/significant ones that decide to assist with after they die? 
‘Gone without a trace’ should not be a criminal pun, but a self-responsible planning  skills for and by the living ones that wish to support their families facing the death of themselves as the loved ones. Time for a reality check in our lives in terms of ownership and general planning for the day that we leave this Earth, which is a certainty for everyone.  
Link to Solution Planning and Example of an ‘After Death Master Planner’ 
• Reader Story: What My Father’s Death Taught Me About Estate Planning
by J.D. Roth
http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/2011/11/27/reader-story-what-my-fathers-death-taught-me-about-estate-planning/ 

Worldwide Estate and Inheritance Tax Guide 2014
http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/Worldwide-Estate-and-Inheritance-Tax-Guide-2014/$FILE/Worldwide-Estate-and-Inheritance-Tax-Guide-2014.pdf 

To guarantee our basic living rights and create a regenerative economic system that includes the provision of a Guaranteed Living Income: 
Living Income Guaranteed Proposal
http://livingincome.me/wiki/The_Living_Income_Guaranteed_Proposal 
Equal Life Foundation - Bill of Rights
https://equallifefoundation.wordpress.com/bill-of-rights/ 


#inheritancetax #burdenfreeinheritor  #deathtax #lovedones #death #deathaftermath #afterIDie #withoutatrace #lifeafterdeath #afterdeathplans #gonewithoutatrace #recycleyourself #inheritancetaxguide
Why are taxes imposed to 'gifts' endowed as a patrimony left by relatives/significant ones meant to be assistive after they die? 'Gone without a trace' should not be a criminal pun, but a self-responsible planning skills for and by the living ones that wish to support their families facing the ...
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"When thinking about homelessness, the elderly people issue doesn’t immediately come to our mind. Homeless elders, although increasing in numbers, continue to be a forgotten population."
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How about instead of creating a robotic police force, such as the scenario in the movie to be a solution to more and more crime, or a more military-like police force that enforces it’s mechanical hand onto the people - creating fear to control... one give the people the proper financial support to take care of their basic needs. 

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The other day I watched the movie Chappie. There was one scene that really caught my attention. The city (and the premise of the movie) was based on the fact that the crime rate in this South African city was outrageous…...
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"This is why I support the Living Income Guaranteed Proposal, because it proposes to simplify and streamline the welfare process by providing a basic income to those who need it, to be used to cover all one’s primary needs. There doesn’t need to be multiple programs with multiple application processes and reporting processes and so on, when it can be done from one platform. And there doesn’t need to be restrictions on how/where it is spent. That can be up to the individual, as it is the best way for individuals to learn financial responsibility, by going through the consequences themselves, and studies have shown that when individuals are given the chance they do not generally make poor choices, as some would seem to imply or expect. Certainly deciding for individuals promotes dependency as it does not encourage or provide an opportunity for an individual to learn and develop self responsibility."

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Recently I came across the Armenian-Turkish historical emotional relationship and, as with any emotionally charged relationship, I am learning that this one is also made of ups and downs, peaceful times of neighborhood followed by fights among enemies, moments of deception and distrust until ...
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I am One Vote for World Equality
Introduction
Living Income Guaranteed Google Hangouts Host and Researcher and Practivist at Equal Life Foundation http://www.livingincome.me 
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Our rights are also our responsibility to guarantee in equality
Education
  • Equal Life Foundation
    2009
    Living Income Guaranteed : Research for Socioeconomic and political changes that can be implemented at an individual and group level.
  • Facultad de Artes y Diseño
    Visual Arts, 2007 - 2011
    Visual Arts at ENAP - México