Thursday, March 28, 2013

The four year state focus plan (4spf)

1. Focus Initiative - During the four year term of the president, every month is devoted to a single state where funds are spent to improve infrastructure and quality of life.

2. Better-to-worse clause - The plan starts with the most decrepit states and works toward the least. Since there are 50 states and only 48 months in fours year, the president works on the 2 best first, and then enters into the 4sfp. This is good, because than the monarch/representive knows what a good state is and can use it as a touchstone for similar state improvements. It is also good because the president just coming into office, will have it much easier getting adjusted, since the most advanced societies demand little federal financing.

3. 4Sfp advisory – members of the presidential committee that are paid to sit through all proposals of the current state in focus. A machine can sort through the mail if each state has a bar-code that is stamped
on the mail, fax, or electronic mail.

After machine sorting a human adviser, grades the importance of the state's proposal for improvement. Each proposal being separate from others are not explicitly related. Each adviser can grade the proposals and then get sorted into:

1. High focus
2. Average focus
3. Below average focus
4. Trivial.

Every proposal may be altered. Advisers or the president may question and help the state alter any proposal. 4Spf is done for the president so he/she can work on those deficiencies the quickest, and foremost.

The 4spf plan, may be put into any of the other systems of survival, and in no way is by any concrete law, only dependent on neo-socialism existing. The plan is for national stabilization of well-being. The tantamount results that should be worked toward under neo-socialism, or 4spf are: Free health care, and increasing investment into medical science. Free education, and repairing or improvement of all schools. Infinite funds, for the monarch/Representative to use to improve quality of cities. Increase of free energy and money invested into it, and thereby increase in jobs.

Why can't the state government delve into the federal funds as a primary source with no inhibition?

In America there are 50 states, and thus 100 hands. Meaning that each state has a its own representive, and in neosocialism they can invest taxes or federal funds within their own state. That is too many in the pot at once. Order of government finances takes a head of nation, and a congress voting committee. This stops potential misuse of funds in its tracks. Not all politicians have the citizens best interests in mind, in fact few do. That's why it is important to know your monarch can be trusted and s altruistically pragmatic. Knowing this about your democratic appointed state Representatives is key.

Any of the methodologies of neosocialism can be conjoined with any other methodologies, as long as they bring about lasting beneficial effects, that are socialistic in nature. It may, even be possible to use neosocialism as transitional method into another economic system.

The danger of the agenda of the socialists is in "survival of the most caring." This is very harmful, compared to the beneficial slogan of the capitalists, “survival of the most fit.” The socialist slogan, does not eliminate survival of the the intelligent. The idea of socialism is to make every one a usable figure within the economic system, and not to create competitions which weaken other companies, or people, dramatically so.

A capitalist society is driven toward competitions, in Being fit, means being adapted to. Being adapted to system with faulty methodology to obtain desirable results, is ignorant adaptation. One should question what they should adapt themselves to, and what they should be maladjusted to.

Neosocialism is the method of investing in or taxing for social organizations, or workers, that are working towards the survival of all people, under the equality of their nature, determined by upkeep of the health, care, and functionality of their bodies and minds.

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