Simple argument against UBI

So yeah it sounds nice to not have to work for your needs and it sounds nice that other people will not have to work either… but here’s why UBI isn’t the best way to do it.

  1. It’s not actually aiming towards efficient use of resources or of environmentally friendly sustainable methods.

If you want everyone fed and housed, why not work on a plan that helps ensure that… in the best manners possible. Why commit to “giving” millions or billions of people billions or trillions of dollars to be spent as individuals… on whatever they want instead of setting up more systems for food production and sustainable shelter?

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