Quick facts

1. Value is consumed without externalizing costs onto society and future generations.

2. The value of a person or organization exists in proportion to the value produced as a ratio of the costs created in the production process.

3. Our worth as a citizen, is defined by how much value we add to our community as a ratio to our consumption.

4. Profitable is a measurement defined by the ratio of the difference between consumption and production quantified in terms of prices. 

5. A free market is economic truths denoted in the form of prices.

6. The free market is the most reliable source of information on actual values.

7. Free markets measure value, and open markets and free trade are sinister.

8. We are citizens to the degree we add value to our community compared to the costs we create.

9. The value we add to our group, defined by the groups accounting, is what defines accountability.

10. Citizens are accountable persons who operate accountable organizations.

11. Sinister organizations consume more value than they generate.

12. Sinister organizations and individuals are compelled to pass costs onto society and future generations as their actions do not cover the costs they generate.

13. People and events that represents a threat of loss to the assets and value of their group are viewed as a source of risk to the survival of that group.

14. A person or agenda that is seen as a risk or represents costs to the community are viewed as Sinister. 

15. What is factual is what is right, that is what is ethical is what is rational and logically.

16. What is ethical is what is rational; what is rational is what is true; what is true is what is real. What is real is what is right. 

17. Truth creates reality and reality creates truth. Truth is contained in information and information is data that is communicated.

18. Communications require a transmitter, an originator, symbolic languages and a recipient able to decode or decipher the symbols and interpret the narrative provided.

19. A person has value to his or her community or his or her presence constitutes a risk to the community. 

20. All persons can have value, but we cannot all be of no value without destroying the community in which we live.

21. Without factuality as truth, there is no actuality as reality.

22. Without reality there is no ethical necessity.

23. Lies and falsehoods destroy the reality of our place.

24. Actions can create value or decrease values, but no action is neutral.

25. All actions either add value or consume value. 

26. All actions increase either the debit or credit column in our account.

27. Actions always have actual economic or quantifiable impacts.

28. All actions have an impact on factuality and therefore on reality.

29. No person is neither positive or negative, that is, no one and no action is neutral, the law of the excluded middle is a factual reality.

30. Actions that do not increase the property values of the community are actions that consume more value than they produce. 

31. Those actions and organizations which represent negative balances are Sinister in their nature.

32. The positivity of one person can increase the usefulness and values of others. Usefulness is socially contagious in that when people are useful, they create value for the community. 

33. The uselessness of some contributes to the uselessness of others. Freeloading spreads a negative influence and by this means creates a negative impact on property values. 

34. People can create value for the planet and community, or people can consume value created by others depending on whether their actions add or subtract value. They cannot, not do one or the other.

35. We can each seek to add value in real and constructive ways or live as parasites off the efforts of our neighbours. 

36. We can live to be useful, or we can allow ourselves to be wasteful.

37. A person can care for what they have and what we have been given or waste these things. 

38. A job can be done well or poorly.

39. Actions can increase our influence or reduce our influence.

40. Positive actions add to property values.

41. Negative actions reduce property values.

42. We can seek out people who need help and help them, or we can hurt others.

43. We can be a positive influence in society by helping to remove negative images and comments from our speech, actions and environment, or we can be the negative and destructive influence that others must find ways to overcome.

44. We can look for the strengths of people and engage them in ways that give them influence, or we can look for weakness in others to exploit to enhance our level of negativity.

45. A person can think in terms of the welfare of the community or he or she can be selfish.

46. We can think in terms of cooperation, or we can see life as a struggle for survival in a harsh environment.

47. We can view life in a community as a zero-sum game in which the wins of some reduce the benefits of others, or we can believe success is best achieved by helping others succeed. 

48. There is no unemployment, debt, inflation, taxation, pollution, or externalization of costs onto society and future generations. 

49. The choice we make is made solely by an individual.

50. All choices are made by a unique individual. 

51. All true choices create value.

52. All true or ethical choices are a choice between what we value less and what we value more.

53. True choices select the higher value option.

54. No choice is formed by more than one spiritual entity.

55. All choices are formed by individual beings.

56. Choices if made are factual and add to reality; if they are not true choices.

57. Choices can be made in concert, but the individual choice is always the responsibility of one person.

58. Each person is responsible for the choices they make and are accountable for the influence they have on others in the community.