WEB Notes: How many times have we heard that term this year? “Universal basic income”. You think it is a good idea? Let us know why. You cannot take from one man and give to another, we all know that, or we should anyway. That is called socialism and it does not work out so well. We have socialism in this country, not full-fledged, but it exists enough to the point that it makes me sick enough without something like “universal basic income” being established. You see…
Our world is changing dramatically and rapidly. I spoke earlier about people waiting for some big event to mark the end times. Take a look around folks, it is happening everyday.
How so you are asking, I just know it. Go read that linked post and then resume here…
We know from Revelation 13 those who do not worship Satan who will claim to be God, those people will not be able to buy or sell.
Buy or sell what?
Whatever it is you need to sustain you and your family. If you are being supplied your monthly income by the government and you are going to stand up to Satan, well guess what buddy? Ol big brother is going to cut off your welfare, I mean “universal basic income” check. So you will have no money to begin with, they can control every aspect of your life through that monthly check.
Australia is already cutting people off from government funds for not vaccinating their own children, so what I just said should not be a shock to you.
So you there, yes you.
Go pick up your Bible and then read our study the Mark of the Beast.
Bridgewater Associates’ Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, is analyzing the social and financial viability of a widely debated program aimed at reducing the wealth inequality.
“Universal Basic Income is one of several ideas floating around for dealing with the income/opportunity gap,” Dalio wrote in a LinkedIn blog post Thursday. “I won’t give you my conclusions because I don’t want to bias you. I’d rather you form your own opinion after you are informed.”
Proposals for universal basic income programs vary, but the most common one is a system in which the federal government sends out regular checks to everyone, regardless of their earnings or employment.