What D&D alignment represents my views on the economy?
My views on the economy: • The economy must be run democratically, so that all the people have a say rather than strictly the hands of the few. The economy must also have integrity or an ethical core, no economic or business decision is to be made without raising the question of integrity of ethics. • As Franklin D. Roosevelt said in his second Bill of Rights “true individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence”. All citizens need the right to jobs, income, and economic security and, at the same time, independence. Poverty and crimes caused by poverty are caused by economic deprivation and inequality. Monopolies must not be allowed to occur, and the economy must be regulated to ensure that monopolies do not occur. • The rich must give whatever they can to the community, which must then distribute that contribution to the poor based on what they need. • It’s so sad that something as simple as water is bottled up as a consumer product. It’s also sad that basic resources are branded as consumer products. • I agree with Jacque Fresco’s resource-based economy. • I think that extremely wealthy corporations need to act socially responsible and contribute to society. • Whatever economic system is put in place, free market or state regulated, it should not inhibit freedom and individual rights of any individual and it should try to work for the good of the people and not just for itself. • Corporations that take resources out of other countries must pay the people of said countries, thereby the people of a country should benefit from their country’s resources. Land rights should belong to the people. The resources of a country should be used to help the people of said country. • If there could be a free market that doesn't inhibit freedom or the environment, I'd like to see it. Maybe resource-based capitalism. What alignment represent these views? Lawful Good, Neutral Good, Chaotic Good, Lawful Neutral, True Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, Lawful Evil, Neutral Evil or Chaotic Evil?
Asked By: Chaos Lord Aleph - 1/18/2011
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I think All neutrals and goods should align for the goodness of the global economy with stable growth and acceptable social norms. It simply means we must bridge to poor and rich gap first and then to educate the global citizens to attain or at least ought to be have sense of belonging and sharing the god given wealth... More
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