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Today's systems provide incentives for those in power to enrich themselves and their supporters at the expense of society, to waste other people's money to enhance their own fame, and to buy votes through supposedly free benefits. The so-called social contract can be modified de facto at will by the government with its parliamentary majority.
But there is no getting around this insight: a system that is in any way legitimate, that provides by law for expropriations for the benefit of third parties (e.g. in the form of taxes and social security contributions) and that has not been agreed to in advance by all those involved, cannot in the long run create either a peaceful or a predictable coexistence. It destroys the foundations and results of voluntary cooperation through state power. Thus it successively destroys what makes a society successful and attractive, leading to a struggle of all against all to maintain favourable regulations.
It is therefore time to introduce new products into the "market of living together".
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