CITIZEN ALLOCATIONAL EQUITY: A KEY FEATURE OF THE POLITICAL-ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY SOLUTION TO THE INHERENT, DEADLY INEQUITIES OF THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM, AND TO THE PRESENTLY-UNFOLDING GLOBAL CRISIS OF HUMANITY, "GLOBAL GREAT DEPRESSION II".
CITIZEN ALLOCATIONAL EQUITY.
Via unison with the new constitutional principles, rights, and properties, of --
(1.) CITIZEN EXTERNALITY EQUITY,
(2.) CITIZEN BIRTHRIGHT EQUITY, and
(3.) CITIZEN STEWARDSHIP EQUITY,
-- the new constitutional equity principle of --
(4.) CITIZEN ALLOCATIONAL EQUITY
-- constitutes a key component of the proposed new political-economic system -- of the system of POLITICAL-ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY -- that is the predicted successor-system to the present, self-destroying Capital-Equity-Only system of increasingly anti-democratic political economy.
This proposed constitutional principle of "CITIZEN ALLOCATIONAL EQUITY" may be summarized as follows --
'''Citizen Allocational Equity, [is the] social principle, and the social policy, of equitable locational, regional-geographical allocation of social property — of socially/publicly-owned means of social reproduction resources/funding — on a «per capita», or per human person located therein, basis.
This may policy may be effected, in the proposed Equitist Social System, via the equitable allocation of 'socially-rentable' social property assets to the '"Social Banks"' operating in each region -- that is, to those particular kinds of Citizen Stewardship Cooperatives which qualify the business plans of, and which approve the allocation of, social property resources to the other kinds of Citizen Stewardship Cooperatives, to enable the implementation of so-qualified business plans of those other kinds of Citizen Stewardship Cooperatives.'''
Some greater detail regarding this principle follows [edited for clarity [I hope!] by M.D.] --
"Truly equitable distribution of, e.g., the public assets ceded, from the stock of global social property, in stewardship, to local and regional Citizen Stewardship Equity producers' associations, may involve, especially initially, from the point of view of the internationally base-elected A.I.D.P. [«Association Internationale des Directeurs Publiques»], compensatory and reparative elements, until the injustices of past capitalist-imperialist social auto-cannibalization of the capital-hinterland, including the former "Second World" and "Third World" regions of the globe, has been adequately redressed [if such reparative plans are adopted via popular referendum].
Such allocative equity, in any case, involves the solution of presently unsolved — and hardly even posed — problems of 'social-negentropy accounting' in the context of a 'meta-market' social system, in which mere monetary-valuations provide an even more inadequate metric of 'social-reproductive use-value' than they already do now, even still within the integument of the "capital-relation".
The nature of 'Citizen Allocational Equity' is thus that of an historical equity-principle, which targets an "ideal" of equal «per capita» regional allocation of socially-owned social negentropy, but which entails recognition that such an ideal standard becomes relevant only once an "equipotential" among all regions of the globe has been achieved with regard to life-opportunities.
There will remain a role for the constitutionally and juridically regulated and monitored 'Declarations of Peace and Prosperity' — replacing, and hopefully preempting and obviating the whole history of "Declarations of War", up to today — adopted by one global region, with respect to another, as part of the process of achieving the necessary compensatory and reparative allocations that constitute '''the correction of the past''' in terms of wealth-sharing and resource-sharing.
Such 'Declarations', and, even more so, their implementation, involves subtle applications of a mastery of human-social science — of the science of the catalysis of accelerated human-social self-development — that are all but beyond the ken of our current, capital-compromised and capital-corrupted civilization.
These 'Declarations' might involve something of what Marx envisioned, with respect to Russia, and with respect to the Russian Mir [village community], '''given a successful proletarian revolution in the West''', in his Preface to the Russian edition of Capital (volume I), and in his draft letters of response to Vera Zasulich."
For a fuller definition and discussion, see --
[especially Sub-Sections 5.c. & 5.d. in]. --