SustainabilityUpdated: July 5th, 2017
If an economy cannot create wealth efficiently, then the debates about government spending, public sector pay and austerity become all the harder.
If an economy cannot create wealth, then tax receipts - the mainstay of government income - weaken.
Whereas the above quote refers to the UK as a whole the logic applies to any organisation or community. Although most assets are gained by violence, as humans in general become increasing powerful and arguably more knowledgeable and equivalent, then who can be exploited to create wealth. (oh yes! cows and coal until there's no land to grow on or dig up)
The fallback is that individuals will have to work harder, and that means manual labour, if only to get out of bed. The days of laying in, in a socialist society, waiting for the authorities to provide shelter and food are numbered, well for many.
This adds to the so called racism and minority hate. The notion that people are a burden and not pulling their weight. The so called working class people only to clear about it but they are now ranting about social rights, after all why should they turn their hand to work when there are numerous supper rich people that seem to get by on football, singing and all sorts of non-productive work.
Lets not confuse the issue here, non productive work in this case is what a community needs, shelter, food and the work that produces these, whilst the government wants taxes no matter what job is done, even criminal and corrupt businesses are accepted if they pay enough taxes.
But the young non-manual workers sees easy pickings in entertainment and are smart enough to avoid taxes. So it could well spell the end to government as we know it.
No more taxes, No more schools, No right to NHS and eventually No defence force. You pays your money and you get what you pay for, or you work.