Fusing Capitalism and Socialism

There Remains no reason, outside of laziness, that governments cannot fuse socialism and capitalism together. Whether a person chooses to stop contributing to society or stops contributing as a result of a circumstance, that person still exists and needs government basic income.

The traditional model of working for 40 years in expectation of retirement remains flawed. If by choice a person wanted to retire every 4 years of work for 3 years of vacation, it should be their right.

What is needed is a semi-objective government score that suggests not only a persons trust by the government, but also their contributions to society over their life.

This model will allow people who live off society without any contribution to be judged and directly measured with a metric that meaningfully allows them to realize the net negative effect they have on society without actually putting the person into debt beyond their means.