Every one of these objections is invalid. UBI doesn’t have to be administered by a central system. The things people will do once they have UBI will be amazing. “Affording” UBI presumes that there isn’t enough to go around, which is a false premise. You don’t think people will do good for their neighbors in the presence of UBI? They will do SO MUCH MORE good. Your idea that we need haves and have-nots for good deeds to happen is incredible bull-shit. I get that you’re grasping for objections to UBI so you can pitch your thing, but just stop.

Founder of BrightID

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