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    What are people going to do when the robots take over all of the unskilled jobs? Already robots are capable of sweeping, mopping and waxing floors. Robots have been invented that can fully automate any fast-food restaurant and the auto-industry and many other industrial and manufacturing interests have already replaced countless people with robots and automated technology. Robots and other Automated Technologies it seems will inevitably replace a great many (if not all) of the lower-skilled jobs and put those people out of work. So what to do? People need work if they are to survive no? In reality, and in short, no! People do not need jobs to survive or even to thrive. What people need is an income whether or not they work. Now before the cries begin about how fair such programs may or may not be, it is important to look and note how such programs are financed and implemented and also the concerns with such programs.

    Robotics and Automated Technologies are rapidly taking over in areas of lower-skilled jobs and even in some more advanced forms. As research and development continues, it is highly likely that these automated technologies will take over an ever-increasing portion of the work force until such a time as nearly all tasks are completed without human intervention. Since one of the many focuses of GIDIFA is the advancement of technologies, it is highly probable that this jump in automated technologies could occur even sooner than is currently anticipated. Given that the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency does not believe in the efforts to depopulate the earth or to otherwise decimate the general population through wars or other means of population control, this begs the question about what will happen to all of the people who are put out of work by automated technologies. It is not feasible to just toss them off to the side, discarded with all of the rest of the antiquated technologies. Some concern must be shown for the provision of basic goods and services for these people if not for opening up new opportunities for their personal concerns and advancements within society.

    The social programs of GIDIFA include a great many efforts for the provision of free basic housing, free medical and health care and treatment, free education and even for the provision of free or low cost utilities and food supplies. What must be noted here is the fact that none of these programs are paid for through increased taxes. In fact, the way all of the financing through GIDIFA has been established, tax rates could perceivably go down. It must be noted that the only reason this is “perceivable” is because GIDIFA does not seek to or in any way attempt to control local, national or international governing bodies. The Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency cannot guarantee that the tax rates simply because they do not control what governments may decide to (or not to) tax. The programs to fund the poor and those who are not capable of working, whether through physical or mental disabilities or due to being outsourced by Robotics or other Automated Technologies, would be funded in the exact same ways and again, without the need to raise revenues through taxation or filter funds back down to the people through layer after layer of (often inefficient) government agencies.

    When people hear the term “Human Resources” they are likely to think about some individual who decides whether or not they will be getting that next job or promotion and to a degree that is true. What is not often advertised is that the reason it is so urgent that each and every child be given their number, is because humans are in fact resources being utilized by governments and those people in control of the governments. When a child is born, an estimated value is assigned to that baby and that value is traded on private platforms. Ostensibly, these funds are supposed to be used for the basic needs of that child throughout their lifetime. What could be a more pressing need than an actual income even should that person make a personal choice and merely decide never to work? What about those individuals who do not have a choice but are incapable of working altogether? If it were possible to provide them with a viable income and a sufficient means to support themselves without raising the costs to or raising the burdens of anyone else, would it not be a worthy cause?

    The fact is that all of these programs are already in place and most are already being used. Tragically however, it seems as if they are not being used for their intended purpose. When these programs are fully implemented, the economy itself will be more than sufficient to sustain these people without increasing the burden on those who do choose to work more diligently to gain more material goods and without letting those who are incapable or unwilling to work hard, starve or go without the basic necessities of life. As robotics and other automated technologies do increase, they will conceivably help to increase the GDP and in turn, to even further strengthen the economic system.

Asset Redemption Program

           Asset Redemption

    While there are many Specialized Agencies of the United Nations tasked with various functions in regards to Humanitarian Causes, Infrastructure, Development and even matters of Global Finance, GIDIFA is the only one duly Authorized to run the Historical Asset..
 

 

GIDIFA Educational Programs

Educational Programs
        Educational Programs

    Education is one of the primary keys in the eradication of poverty around the globe. Unfortunately, the educational systems that are available in far too many locations are more than just lacking. One of the primary focuses of GIDIFA is the provision of viable.
 

 

GIDIFA Construction Programs

Innovative Construction Technologies
Innovative Construction Technologies

The Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency uses a wide array of state-of-the-art and innovative Construction Technologies for a great many purposes. Among the most important considerations are safe and secure housing.

GIDIFA Orphanages

Ending Poverty and Homelessness
Ending Poverty and Homelessness

 As one of the United Nations Specialized Agencies tasked with ending poverty and homelessness around the world, the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency is working to drastically change the way that orphans are cared for,

Indigenous and Tribal Programs

Indigenous and Tribal Programs
Indigenous and Tribal Programs

  The situation for the Indigenous People of the world is unique by some standards though they have much in common with many of the underclass and overlooked citizens all around the globe. While there may be some cases where the...

Cyber and Technological Communities

Technological Communities
  Technological Communities

 All of the Integrated Community Developments of GIDIFA (a UN Specialized Agency) will complete, communal locations and as such, will have large infrastructures along many lines. The concept of focusing entire communities around certain, more limited fields, ...

Global Infrastructure, Development & International Finance Agency

    Originally established in 1994, the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency was established as a Sovereign Entity and Specialized Agency to create and implement a more equitable method for the distribution and supply of wealth among all of the peoples of the world in accordance and compliance with the instruments set forth as International Treaties.

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