“Taking money out of the equation
is the solution to problems solving.”
So often in the past the obvious solution to problems couldn't be seen because money got in the way. Once we got rid of the need for money, difficult, even moral problems suddenly became simple.
For example obesity and generally poor nutrition seemed like such a massive problem, but once money was taken out of the equation there was no longer any motivation to sell soft drinks at school. There was no longer any motivation to make soft drinks at all.
There became no motivation to make any food that is bad for you, and without the stress of not having enough money, most of the motivation to eat bad food was also gone.
There became no motivation to put chemicals in food. The motivation for growing food went from making money to providing good nutrition.
There became no need for pesticides and herbicides and genetic modification. There became no need for mono-crops that cause desertification.
There became no need for preservatives or picking fruit before it is ripe because food no longer needs to sit on a shelf in the supermarket. Now food is grown where people live.
There became no need for flavour enhancers and colourings because there's no competition between different multinational food conglomerates.
With money taken out of the equation, effort went into creating medicines that will do the most good not make the most money. Medical professionals found themselves spending more time growing medicines than merely dispensing them.
It is amazing how simple making decisions can be without money complicating everything.