greetings from Nairobi

I am still alive and there maybe no elections on 26th October.

I have questions,

would the world economy be harmed if we gave everyone basic income, reduced work hours and abolished private property?

does abolishing jail houses portend a rise in criminal activity?

is such a society desirable?

what place does education play in forming better citizens?

would abolishing the entire war enterprise be beneficial to all the residents of the globe?

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

64 thoughts on “greetings from Nairobi

  1. koppieop says:

    —There are some things that are going to be mine. You cannot have them. They are mine dammit, but I am willing to lend/share —

    After 70 years, the complicated Palestinian-Israeli conflict continues to be a mayor problem. I am not sure about the history of both claims on the property of the land, but I think we can apply your saying to that situation. Do you perhaps agree with me, or say that am I mistaken?


    • makagutu says:

      You’re not mistaken.
      It’s common knowledge that Israel was created in 1948 on Palestinian territory and has been propped up by billions of dollars in military aid from the US and Europe who are trying to hide their guilt of centuries of killing Jews


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