[WHI T EPAPER ]L AW SY ST E MTHE ULTIMATE FUTURE OF HUMANCURRENCYPROUDLY PRESENT BYTEAM BLESSING
[IMPORTANT.INFORMATION] . 3[CHAPTER 0:IS A MAN NOT ENTITLED TO THE SWEAT OF HIS BROW ?] . 4[CHAPTER 1: KARL MARX IS RIGHT BUT HE FAILED] . 5[FROM CAPITALISM TO COMMUNISM] . 5[RETURN FROM COMMUNISM TO AUTHORITARIAN CAPITALISM] . 6[CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY] . 7[NEGATIVE ENTROPY AND VALUE] . 7[BLOCKCHAIN] . 8[RANDOM NUMBERS AND DETERMINISM] . 9[CHAPTER 3: LAW: AUTOMATIC CITIZENSHIP BENEFITS] . 10[JOIN LAW SYSTEM AND PROVE YOU ARE ALIVE!] . 10[DIVIDEND RIGHTS GUARANTEED BY THE BLOCKCHAIN'S DECENTRALIZEDMECHANISM] . 10[UNLIMITED MOBILITY INCENTIVES] . 10[CAUTION] . 112
[ I M P O R T A N T. I N F O R M A T I O NThis white paper lays out the concrete steps we can take to apply the greatest invention in humanhistory, blockchain, to the field of mutual funds. The mutual fund world is supposed to be friendly,honest, and full of people helping each other through mutual funds for mutual benefit, but in fact ithas become a playground for Ponzi schemes and scams.The usual argument is that if a citizen participates in an organization that is not recognized by theruler, he is bound to be defrauded because human nature is greedy and only the ruler can restrain thatgreed and protect the citizen.This is a lie.The origin of it all is this: by atomizing the citizens, the rulers make it impossible for the citizensto spontaneously form a true community and construct an order that can circulate positively, thusmaking it impossible to get out of the pyramid of modern slavery, and all because of the extreme greedof the rulers, not because of human nature.LAW will put an END to all of this.If you don't get it yet, in other words, we're fighting the modern world financial system to helpmore ordinary people. This may sound dangerous, but please don't worry, LAW is virtually risk free,just as its name suggests.3
[CHAPTER 0:IS A MAN NOTENTITLED TO THE SWEAT OFH I S B R OW ? ]"From this moment despair ends and tactics begin"Before we begin, we would like to pose the question: does a person have the right to own thefruits of his or her labor?The answer is, of course, yes, but that is not the case.People perform different kinds of work, but they are rewarded for their work by evaluating itaccording to established social standards, according to established social laws and values in theirminds. People work, they sweat and sweat, just to earn a "social evaluation", and in exchange for thatsocial evaluation they receive a corresponding distribution of "social power". But they always forgetto ask: who sets this "social standard"?The usual tactics of the rulers are, in the early stages, to set social standards and adjustdistribution mechanisms so that they can get what they don't work for and satisfy their own greed. Inthe middle stages, it is to steal the fruits of honest labor by issuing money. Thus, we observe that inthe late stages of a cycle of stages, hyperinflation tends to set in and the success of honest worker
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The ability to manage money has to be learned, developed, and practiced on a daily basis. There are eight steps to successful money management: 1. Get organized. 2. Decide what you want to do with your money. 3. Look at all available resources. 4. Decide how much money you are worth. 5. Find out how much money you make. 6. Find out how much .
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