Gift Corporatism synthesizes Gift Economy and Corporatism, forming an economic system that advocates for complete state-ownership of the means of production, without explicit exchange. The state organizes society into various corporations, and requests the people to work tasks freely, without promise of any payment. The state distributes or gifts its resources, as it sees fit. The action of freely working for the state, increases the state's trust and respect for those workers. The action of freely distributing resources, increases the receptor's trust and respect for the state.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball.
- Fill it green.
- Draw a white square on the inside.
- Draw five vertical red lines.
- Draw two horizontal red lines, near each end.
- Add two red tear drop outlines at the top, their points connected to the top of the vertical green line.
- Draw two eyes, and you're done.
- Optional: Add a Santa hat.
- Gift Economy - A very decentralized version of my self.
- Technocracy - If the people trust the experts, they won't need a wage.
- Populism - If the people are unwilling to work for their leader, freely; then the leader should lead them no longer.
- Authoritarian Democracy - A trusted leader should have the tools to serve his people.
- State Socialism - We have similar goals, but different ideas on how to achieve them.
- Corporatism - Good system, but why so coercive?
- Welfarism - You gift out goods to the people, only to lessen the stress of serving their unloving bosses.
- State Capitalism - A good leader doesn't need to bribe his workers.
- Capitalism - Greed, selfishness, and bribery.
- Market Socialism - You lost me at markets.