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I will in a world, where we reward excellence, and where we have only pity for incompetence. I'll go to work fixing problems with solutions that help everyone, and where everyone who is helped by me, reward me with my income through market economy. When I turn on the TV-News in 2020, the anchor will not report on all kinds of problems and then interview smooth talking bureaucrats, he will be saying things like: "OK, here's a problem. We need to fix it. Now my next guest is Asger, and he is trying to fix it. If you can do a better job, do it now. Last week we reported a different problem, and I read on my Teleprompter that it's already been fixed."

No one in 2020 will be all, "oh bailout this, climate change that", we will have ended crony capitalism, and we will all be driving awesome cars, powered by hydrogen driven internal combustion engines. (I'll personally get an A-Team van with a hydrogen engine). The hydrogen will be produced by the fusion-powered nuclear power-plants and thorium-cycle nuclear power-plants. There will be no energy conservation movement, because those people who produce electricity will produce them with non-polluting, carbon-free and most important of all, abundant energy sources, so no one will care how much energy we consume.

Recreational drugs will no longer be subject to bans, so everyone will be able to come home after a long day's work innovating and lighting up a joint, if they so wish.

Most important of all then people will have overcome the now obsolete fear centre in their brains, and they will have embraced reason, which will have meant the end of religion and war. Everyone will be able to fulfil their own potential, and the poorest people in the world will have clean water, nutrient food and cars.

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