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What We Do
Logical Minds Only explores the masculine Logos.
How We Do It
Logical Minds Only looks at social problems as logical issues.
Social Positivists are people who value the masculine positive over feminist negative. Masculine and feminine are not male and female but cosmic principles. The masculine is associated with Logos and feminine with Ego.
Injustice is found in the freeloading that imposes costs onto people and deprives them of the wealth and resources that are rightfully theirs. This freeloading is warranted based on a feminist logic that justifies actions by their emotional content. If it makes one feel better about themselves it is justified.
Positive Communities have zero-tax rates, full employment, no debt or inflation. Positive Communities have no pollution, and no inequality, depressions, homelessness, fraud. Positive communities eliminate Ego.
Positive Communities have one law or First Order Principle. Each person must pay their own costs out of the value they have created, and no one is obligated to pay costs created by anyone else. This is logic.
Positive Communities are places founded on accountability. Logos makes us accountable one to the other. Logos makes us accountable for the costs we create. Logos makes others accountable for the costs they create.
Positive actions are actions that generate the wealth needed to pay the production costs. Positive actions create the wealth that create progress. Positive actions are moral actions. Positive markets have no externalized costs. All costs in a positive transaction are contained within the transaction itself.
Positive actions create ethical businesses. All costs in an ethical business, are contained within the operational boundaries of the business.
Only Positive Markets are able to utilize the Labor Theory Of Value. Positive markets are composed of a set of accounts that record the transaction of buyers and sellers’ within a given geographical location, as credits and debits tracked on a set of accounts contained in a ledger. The transactions that occur between buyers and sellers, constitute a positive market business. When costs are externalized onto a third party the market is a free trade governed free market.
When we are accountable for the costs we create, all value created is allocated to the person creating it.
An isolated island is a positive market, by definition. A town or other political jurisdiction is a positive market, if it is self-contained. A positive market is a market free of externalized costs. All costs are contained in the act of production. A political jurisdiction becomes a positive market as it eliminates social costs, that is costs over and above those produced by the actual process of production.
The success of Britain and the early economies was due to their being virtual positive markets. The power of mercantilism enabled them to remain self-contained to a large degree. With capitalism this is more difficult if not impossible.
Only Positivist use the Labor Theory of Value and ensure business is transacted in a positive market. Social costs include but are not limited to pollution, unemployment, taxation, inflation, debt and power disparities. Injustice is the freeloading that imposes costs onto people and deprives them of the wealth and resources that are rightfully theirs.
Logoton is a positive community governed by the masculine Logos. Logoton has a zero-tax rate, full employment, high value labor, and no debt, no pollution, and no inflation, or depressions, homelessness, or crime. The Positive Law, or Law of the Logos, or First Order Principle is founded on The Golden Rule, each person pays his own costs, and no one is obligated to pay costs created by anyone else.
Positive Actions are ethical actions that generate sufficient wealth to pay the costs created by the action. By definition, a positive market is an environment in which all costs are contained within the transaction. All transactions are conducted as if the buyer and seller were the only active agents. The Categorical Imperative of Logos is to transact business as if only the buyer and seller exists. All costs are allocated to the seller’s or buyer’s account there being no other available options.
The most sublime act a human being can perform is a charitable act that creates no social costs
The planet belongs to the people, not governments, agents or experts. We the people have rights based on our status as owners of our jurisdictions (our towns, communities and nations). We are not visitors or guests but persons with inalienable rights given to us by God. These inalienable rights are human rights as enshrined in the Divine Constitution; the Holy Word Of God.
All persons everywhere are entitled to rights constitutionally protected. Our constitutional rights provide for ownership rights. We, the people, are owners of the lands we have built. All persons are constitutionally entitled to what they create. We are constitutionally entitled to participate in the administration of the planet’s resources by the right of stewardship and dominion. This right is inherent in all believers. We own what we create, and we have authority over what has been given to us by God. All impositions and limitations on our constitutional rights are an infringement of statutes laid down by God. All claims made by the state as to its rights to administrate, legitimize, regulate or allocate property that belongs to the one who produced it infringe upon the human rights of all including the Rights of the Creator to His Creation.
We the people have the right and duty to organize and administrate the property that falls under our jurisdiction. We the people have full authority to privatize and administrate the justice function. Constitutional guarantees underlay the rights of all believers everywhere. Our human rights cannot be rescinded, abridged or diminished. Our property rights are a human right applicable to all persons in all places, administrated and validated by all persons everywhere as a constitutional guarantee not to be modified or abridged by any state. Human rights are equally valid and applicable to all persons in all times and all places.
We have a right to create value and possess the value we create.
We have the right not to be subjected to the costs of freeloading.
We are not visitors to this place, we are not migrants, we are not guests nor pilgrims, we are owners of these places we call home. These are our lands, we are citizens of the place we call home. We built these places, we have made ourselves accountable for their condition, we are stewards of this land and the lords of our domain. We resent all intrusions and uninvited persons. This is our place of business. This place is our home. It is where we live, work, play and worship, raise our families and ensure our future. We will not be moved, quelled, intimidated or relocated or silenced nor shamed into silence. We are here to stay until death removes us.
Beware those who come to take what belongs to us. Our property is ours by right. We are not parasites. We own what is ours by right of possession. We care for what is ours. We claim that on which we stand. We will not be moved.
No globalist institution has the power or authority to remove from us which is ours constitutionally guaranteed. Global powers do not have the authority to take from us our identity as owners of our nations or our human rights. What we create we own by the power and authority of God. No state or other agency can over-rule rights given us by our Creator. We the people stand firm, the supreme authority over our lands given to us by God.
Our rights to our place are inalienable. Human rights cannot be revoked, rescinded or removed. No person or group of people has the power, nor legitimacy nor justification to remove from us our rights to what we created or were given. All claims but that of the creator are invalid. If you did not create it, you do not own it and you have to rights regarding it. Stay off. Stay away. We throw down the gauntlet. Parasites of all stripes and types beware; you came, you fed, you sucked the blood of patriots till you were gorged, but we rise again with faith and vengeance and we will cut you off. We are no longer your cattle or your sheep nor a passive source of sustenance.
Oppose us and you oppose the rights of the people of God. Unite with us or fight against us. Without human rights there is no rights or justice. Leave us now in peace or be prepared for we will defend our rights to our place.
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Business Statements are the foundational documents of an organization. They define the parameters and beliefs of the organization. A full set of statements includes a Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Belief Statement, Purpose Statement, Values Statement and the Business Statement.
A mission statement tells us why the business exists and encompasses the scope of the activity that a business will undertake. Knowing why the business exists provides clarity and focus. It explains who we are as a business, what we do as a business and whom we serve. A Mission Statement defines who are the customers of the business. While it needs to be one sentence long a Mission Statement contains the purpose statement, business statement and the values statement.
Organizations should have a statement of what they are trying to do and where they are trying to go. The vision statement is said to paint a picture of the ideal future. It paints a picture of the organization’s contribution to society. While the goal may be unobtainable the vision helps to motivate and give direction to those in the organization. A vision statement tells us what is being built.
The purpose Statement clearly states what an organization seeks to accomplish, why the organization exists and what the ultimate result of the organizations work is. Usually done in two phrases, the first is an infinitive that indicates the change to be performed and the second identifies the problem that will be changed.
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Business Statements give the main methods used by the organization to fulfill its purpose - as given in the purpose statement. Business Statements tell what the organization does to fulfill the goals of the Purpose Statement.
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The values statement is the document that gives the organization its principles or beliefs. These enable the organizations members to pursue the organizations purpose. Actions are to be consistent with our mission to achieve our vision.
Social Positivist values logic, faith, truth, ownership, stewardship, private property, human rights, charity, accountability and communities freed of social costs.
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§ Human rights
§ Local Ownership
§ Positive Markets
§ The Golden Rule