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  1. Money is a very fluid concept that is controlled by the global capitalist system. The moment you decide what it is, you find it has already changed or morphed into something else again. Before hard currency, different communities defined what money was based on their needs and resources available inRead more

    Money is a very fluid concept that is controlled by the global capitalist system. The moment you decide what it is, you find it has already changed or morphed into something else again. Before hard currency, different communities defined what money was based on their needs and resources available in their space. Today, global corpirations decide what money is for communities they have never even set foot in. They also decide how valuable their resources are and what price tag will be used on them. It is a very unfair and unjust monetary system that is about to crush if not well addressed. My point is that regardless of how much you have, someone else will always decide the value and worth of it all. If that is not the most unjust thing, then I know nothing about justice anymore.

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  2. From as long ago as the people of Kibera were promised better housing through a high-rise project, that has since stalled then failed, there has always been a need to do housing right. Politicians will always be against basic human dignity if it threatens thier intdrests and pockets for them.

    From as long ago as the people of Kibera were promised better housing through a high-rise project, that has since stalled then failed, there has always been a need to do housing right. Politicians will always be against basic human dignity if it threatens thier intdrests and pockets for them.

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  3. Some jobs may be at higher risk of A.I. takeover but when the full power of A.I. is unleashed no job will be left unturned. The only people who will keep their jobs are the ones skilled enough to compete with A.I. The robots are coming for us all.

    Some jobs may be at higher risk of A.I. takeover but when the full power of A.I. is unleashed no job will be left unturned. The only people who will keep their jobs are the ones skilled enough to compete with A.I. The robots are coming for us all.

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  4. Marriage is supposed to be a win-win union. If benefits lean towards one person, the chances of abuse or seperation become high.

    Marriage is supposed to be a win-win union. If benefits lean towards one person, the chances of abuse or seperation become high.

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