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  • 1. Capital Revolution rev·o·lu·tion (r v -l sh n) n. a. Orbital motion about a point, especially as distinguished from axial rotation. b. A turning or rotational motion about an axis. c. A single complete cycle of such orbital or axial motion. [Middle English revolucioun, from Old French revolution, from Late Latin revol ti , revol ti n-, from Latin revol tus, past participle of revolvere, to turn over. See revolve.] A Free Enterprise A techno-economic social system based on Collective Individualism characterized by the invention and utilization of Capital Democracy in which each individual agent [of the collective] “turns over” an exact percentage of earned income, determined by the initial conditions of the system, to the system’s internal process of Capital Revolution. A complex self-adapting business system that is absolutely structured in a closed system [11,111,112 agents] yet is fundamentally self-organizing by means of both cooperation & competition facilitated by each agent’s “ownership rights” to unique enterprise votes known as: 1) block vote [vertical] and 2) group vote [horizontal]. The system is fully contained, creates and defines differences among agents of the system, and provides for repeated monetary exchange as its primary function but also allows for extensive social and cultural exchange as well. The system facilitates the creation of its own social- culture through the complex interaction of its agents internally, and through external agent exchange with its internal agents. A human system of self-acting agents whose responsibility it is to: 1) spend money within the system and at a premium to the system 2) work within the system, for the benefit of the system, and at a discount to the system 3) vote [both] as a member of a Competitive Block and as a member of a Cooperative Group and 4) think and think critically, think and think creatively, think and think and then offer your thoughts to the system. Each agent of the system will pledge allegiance, by means of its actions, to: 1st) the Whole Community, 2nd) the Agent’s individual Profit Block and 3rd) the Agent’s individual Spending Group.
  • 2. The “whole” system will be considered one community with 9 distinct “parts” [groups] that will consist of between 1 and 10,000,000 agents per group. Each group will have one vote, as a group, and will arrive at that vote by means of direct democracy exercised by each member of that specific group. This configuration of Capital Democracy will be considered the Judicial Branch of the community. Each of the 9 groups within the community, each with its individual voting agents, will Legislative Branch Each of the 10 Blocks within the community and vertically segmenting each of the 9 groups will be considered The States of the system The Executive Branch will consist of the Founder & President of the 1st Company, the General Partner & Chairman of the 1st Company and the 1st Counselor of the Consitution Counsel.