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Question: so,iyo.. should we judge a nations "wealth" upon corrupt fractional reserve banking/fiat currencies and associated ideologies,OR, by the health of the land/sea inhabitants and the current state of mineral/biodiversities?
Asked by unnamed1 (2.26.163.x) on November 9 2021, 7:45pm
Reply on November 10 2021, 1:29am (edited at November 10 2021, 1:39am):
    (edited): There's an awful lot of opinion in that question, which I won't begin to unpack. Having said that, I imagine if judging was done purely in the abstract, should include the nation's debts to the rest of the planet (e.g. CO2 emissions, past damage, etc etc), its own people, etc etc, but if judging for any practical purposes then the metric would need to be relevant to the practical purpose being considered.

  • Posted by unnamed1 (2.26.163.x) on November 10 2021, 1:39pm:
    interesting. (fwiw..the opinion you sense is not my own,its a researchable 'fact' according to their own stats) my "opinion" is judging less could be a greater thing! but we should perhaps consider the actual health of our/other species and natural deposits above all else... ?

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