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I see where Anarcho-Communists are coming from when they say Capitalism is like Statism. However, its about the only thing that is an issue with Capitalism, which Profusionists recognize, but see it as inevitable in a free society based on individualism entirely or partly.

Capitalism is like Statism when it comes to owning land. When, land is entirely bought, then the only thing left for other people to do is buy some land from others or rent or work to beable to live on the land. Some people are lucky if they have the money to buy some land, but those who are not with have to either work or rent. Rent is also like house taxes when it comes to land. The person who rented the land to a person is basically posing rent on the house for being on his or her land. If someone has no money to rent or buy, and have nowhere to live because all land has been bought, then the only thing that person can do is do labor to beable to live on someone's land. There might be rules created by the person who owns the land that people are renting or working to live on, just like states have different rules that each person who are living within them, must follow. Breaking the rules could either result in a ban from the land or penalty.

Taking into consideration this example, one can conclude that Capitalism=Statism, but that is not entirely correct. That is only a small percentage of Capitalism where it resembles Statism, and such a thing won't be as effective with free-thinking and educated people can make deals or come up with ideas that would counter the possibility of completely owned land.

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Profusionism and Capitalism are actually interchangeable systems that compete with each other, and due to the competition of the two systems it could breed a highly advanced economy.
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I decided to explain why producing your own basic needs would be a swell idea. The cost of living rises in Capitalism as the demand for basic needs grow higher. The markets simply raise their prices due to the rise in demand.

However, markets are always competing with other markets and the word free. The markets are more able to compete with other markets, but when it comes to something that can be supplied by it being free of cost; the markets are unable to compete. The basic needs can be generated free of cost by the people themselves.

When the people begin to produce their own basic needs more often, then market prices of basic need production will begin to fall, and eventually won't hit zero. Due to money loss; the markets that produce basic needs, will eventually go out of business. This will leave most markets having to come up with other things to sell.

The next big things markets can invest in is technology, transportation, road building, and maybe cleaning products.

This means when people start to produce their basic needs, it will cause for most markets to invest in other things like technology, roads, transportation, and maybe house products. The production and services of those four investment ideas will increase.

Can someone explain how government would work in a profusionist society?

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This is how I imagine driving in Profusionist Economy will be.

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Problem with buying houses and Government, all in one. Buying a house for a dollar comes with cost. If a house is only a dollar, you can bet there is something completely terrible about the house. If a house is in complete terrible condition, why would you want to spend your money on it. However, if you know how to fix up a house without spending more cash on fixing it, then that won't be a problem. The major problem is the taxes on the house required by the Government. Nobody should ever have to spend so much money on a terrible quality house. The house should be a one time payment and that's it.

The knowledge in #Profusionism has evolved. Profusionism used to be a hostile economic system, but as later knowledge came it has come to terms that there is no need to be so hostile anymore. Profusionism is inevitable.
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