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Greetings everybody! I’m reporting this straight outside of a worldwide bank. Today is the start of a program that will hopefully start a new era. Called ‘Mentorships
for Money’ government officials teaming up with economists, and world leaders
to create a program that will help equalize the amount of money going around in
our everyday lives. The way ‘Mentorships for Money’ works is families highly
above the average income choose a family to ‘mentor’ and give specific amounts
of money to monthly. The object of this program is not to give away all the
money of the wealthier families, and we realize that the money given to the
third class groups would be life changing, but it will help with things such as
buying food, clothes, and paying for children’s school. To be a member of
‘Mentorships for Money’ is optional, but of course highly encouraged. And of
course if you are to not join specific taxes aimed to help your community are
increased. Although at the moment ‘Mentorships for Money’ is only starting in
about ten communities with a wide range of low income to high income people we
expect the program to spread, and hopefully one day everybody can take part in

One of the problems that main problems we ran into while creating this program is the fact that not all lower class families want to ask for help. No father
wants to accept money from another man, who earned it by hard work, and we were
worried it would create awkward situations. The first step to solving this
situation is of course to make sure that both families are on board, and they
know this is simply an act of building up the current economic state, not
charity. We ask the receivers of the money to simply think of this transaction
as helping out their community, and making a better future for their children
or the world.

We realize that not everyone is going to agree to this plan, and that is why we don’t expect ‘Mentorships for Money’ to be the only solution to solving the
economic state of the world. It will solve
some problems, and create a slightly more united community, but we would like
people to think of this program as a starting base for many other ideas.

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Comment by Parker Schultz on April 6, 2010 at 11:25pm
I really like the idea, but I get the feeling that some people wouldn't. I suppose that this wh*** topic goes back to the question, "Am I my brother's keeper?"
Comment by Marina Henke on April 8, 2010 at 10:09pm
You make a good point, and I think that that part in my idea could use some tweaking, but the point wasn't for EVERYBODY to join.
Comment by MichalHuller on April 9, 2010 at 9:39pm
It's a great idea! I like it.


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