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Version 4 – 17th August 2013

Bonded Cooperative Occupational System

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There are two forms of competition, structural competition which is external so situational - a detrimental win/lose framework; and intentional competition which is internal so an attitude - a beneficial desire on the part of an individual to be all they can be.

Psychopaths require the hierarchical model to dominate the multitudes; hierarchy is integral with structural competition, which requires some people to fail in order that others can succeed. Structural competition without intentional competition is hierarchical, a circumstance in which individuals are ranked and one or a minority realises reward, the remainder want or loss.

Hierarchy creates scarcity through monopoly, scarcity is integral with structural competition: If I must try to defeat you in order to get what I want, then what I want is scarce by definition.

        The first myth; competition is an unavoidable fact of life, part of "human nature."

        The second myth; competition motivates us to do our best--or, in stronger form, that we would cease being productive if we did not compete.

        The third myth; contests provide the best, if not the only, way to have a good time. All the joys of play are said to hinge on competitive games.

        The fourth myth; competition builds character, that it is good for self-confidence. (This contradicts not only empirical evidence but our own experience of the psychological impact of competition.)

American football coach Vince Lombardi' said - "Winning isn't everything; it's the only thing" this encapsulates hierarchical society.

“One can both accomplish a task and measure one's progress in the absence of competition. A weightlifter may try to press ten pounds more than he did yesterday, for example. This is sometimes referred to as "competing with oneself," which seems to me a rather unhelpful and even misleading phrase. A comparison of performance with one's own previous record or with objective standards is in no way an instance of competition and it should not be confused with it

Competition is fundamentally an interactive word, like kissing, and it stretches the term beyond usefulness to speak of competing with oneself. Moreover, such sloppy usage is sometimes employed in order to argue that competition is either inevitable or benign: since nobody loses when you try to beat your own best time, and since this is a kind of competition, then competition is really not so bad. This, of course, is just a semantic trick rather than a substantive defence of competition.” (No Contest: The Case Against Competition. By Alfie Kohn)

Structured Competition versus structured cooperation

Cooperation is intentionally confused with altruism, this is a logical fallacy. Cooperation is helping other in order to help one’s self. Competition is isolating and creates many negative and damaging ways of thinking, dog eat dog, them and us thinking, I’m a winner you’re all losers, while cooperation is more conducive to psychological health and to liking and socialising positively with all around you.

“Structural cooperation means that we have to coordinate our efforts because I can succeed only if you succeed, and vice versa. Reward is based on collective performance. Thus, a cooperative classroom is not simply one in which students sit together or talk with each other or even share materials. It means that successful completion of a task depends on each student and therefore that each has an incentive to want the other(s) to succeed.” (No Contest: The Case Against Competition. By Alfie Kohn)

Robert Bellah and his colleagues put it, "The world of individualistic competition is experienced every day; the world of harmonious unanimity is fully realized only in sporadic flashes of togetherness, glimpses of what might be if only people would cooperate and their purposes reinforce, rather than undercut, one another."

Limited Liability

When, within the corporate system, an individual or a group of individuals wish to trade with limited liability, they create a corporation as an incorporated ‘legal’ entity of the State Corporation.

This separate legal entity is incorporated through a legislative or registration process established through legislation (corporate policy) of the State Corporation. Incorporated entities have legal rights and liabilities that are distinct from its shareholders.

Early incorporated entities were established by charter (i.e. by an ad hoc act granted by a monarch or passed by a parliament or legislature). Most jurisdictions now allow the creation of new corporations through registration.

The corporation is used to protect the individuals from direct liability who either benefit from its trading activities, or are agents who act upon behalf of the incorporeal legal entity.

If a company with limited liability is sued, then the plaintiffs are suing the company, not its owners or investors. This is why when a corporation pollutes, steals, murders, exploits, extorts, intimidates, etc., the individuals who have committed the acts directly are never held to account, this means they act with impunity, knowing they are free from their natural duty of care towards all those around them, the environment, the financial burdens imposed upon other through their actions, etc.

The Bond

A natural cooperative is ‘not’ incorporated to a State Corporation, it is ‘not’ a legal entity, it is ‘not’ a legal instrument, and it is ‘not’ an incorporeal entity that has independent rights and duties granted from it being incorporated.

A cooperative is created through two bonds, the first is a written unilateral bond, binding the members to accountability and liability individually, and so only collectively accountable through acts where more than one individual are direct participants in an encroachment or breach of agreement.

The second bond is a share bond, this establishes the responsibilities and obligations of the members of the cooperative, it stipulates the torts and reliefs required, it establishes the equity of the earnings and there proportionate distribution, the method of transfer or sale to another of a share, and the procedure of mitosis; the process by which the cooperative separates into two cooperatives when it grows too large.

These bonds are ‘not’ contracts; a contract is exclusively between corporate entities, when an individual signs a contract they sign on behalf of their citizenship corporation as its agent. A bond is a natural agreement between living souls. A contract works to contract (reduce) liability, and contract (reduce) accountability.

The bond does not protect those who act within the cooperative from being fully accountable for their actions; each individual is fully accountable, as no one can escape the reciprocal obligations and responsibilities to those around them of their inherent duty of care. But the bond extends accountability holding all members of the bonded cooperative also liable financially for the actions of individual members acting within the collective effort of the cooperative. This means it works in reverse to limited liability, it establishes and extends full liability not ‘contracting’ it, not only are the resources of the cooperative itself liable, for all the actions without dispute demanding relief, or actions in dispute where arbitration demands relief, but the resources of the bond members are also liable, and further if required the resources of their surety bonds.

For example: if a river is poisoned by the actions of a member or members of the cooperative, and relief must be established, however the cooperatives resources cannot cover the costs of providing relief to that situation, i.e. removing the pollution and restoring the river to its former state, the resources of the members themselves are then demanded through the bond, this means the bond prevents the relief been part done, as all cooperative member would also hold surety bonds, and if they failed themselves to provide relief to the situation in full then the burden would fall onto the surety bonds.

The cooperative bond stipulates the duty of care incumbent upon every individual specific to the nature of the cooperative bond, giving tort (wrongful act) that are possible within that area of trade, and its relief (as establish in precedent where applicable) in advance of that event, to remove the need for dispute in arbitration; the bond itself holding the members to account by every and any living man or woman who demand it.

In the corporate structure, when a corporation is held to account after legal battles and expensive court cases, the resources generally go to the granting corporation instead of in relief of the victim or situation, for example the American State Corporation fined the BP Oil Company billions of dollars for polluting the Gulf of Mexico, the Gulf is still full of crude oil sat on the sea bed, the pollution still remains, the billions paid was a gift to the State Corporation.

The bond also gives protection from theft of goods or services paid for by patrons, and the goods and services provided to the bonded cooperative by other cooperatives or individuals. This is in contrast to the corporate structure, when if the corporation declares insolvency or bankruptcy its creditors can lose a part, or all of the goods and services they have outstanding for payment, and patrons can lose the money they have paid in advance of receiving goods or services. This is a common method of fraud, as a corporation can be created simply to run up huge debts with creditors, these stolen resources are sold and the money taken by the individuals orchestrating the fraud, and then they declare bankruptcy to avoid paying for the goods they have stolen with the stolen resources protected by their limited liability.

The cooperative bond maintains full liability for debts by its members, even if the cooperative is dissolved, declared bankrupt or insolvent, the burden of the debt being placed proportionately upon each member, either to settle through  cooperative resources, individual resources or surety bond resource or to repay over time if no resources are available. No usury can be applied or consider relevant as a debt.

To those who wish to cheat others, act without accountability or commit frauds the cooperative system may seem unappealing, but to those who wish to act honestly and be held fully accountable for their actions, the natural cooperative model holds many advantages.

As the members hold a bond that binds them to be fully liable the patrons can be confident they will not be cheated, extorted, or short changed, they can buy the products or services with confidence that they do not break the duty of care for the individuals of the community or their natural environment, they know that the suppliers of the cooperative have been treated equitably and have been paid in full for their goods or services.

They also know that there is no usury involved within the actions of the cooperative, no interest on loans is ever paid, no renting of property is ever paid, no taxation to a corporate State is ever paid, all these forms of usury unnaturally increase the cost of the goods to the patrons, so they benefit from the massive savings the refusal of usury provides.

Limited size

The size of the natural cooperative should not grow beyond 15 members, additionally there is no concept of contracted (reduced - fruits of their labours) employees, which is the basis of the corporate model, a waged slave cannot be a part of a natural structure of trade, as for one man to be the superior of another taking his labours as his own is the very basis of slavery.

Within the cooperative there is no structured hierarchy, the organisational decisions of the group are through full consensus, not by democratic vote. The percentage of the shares is reflected in the knowledge and skills of each individual, not on wealth, age, or any other basis, the group consensus decides the distributions of the shares within the cooperative.

When a group grows beyond 15 a full consensus becomes increasingly more difficult, as internal tensions may develop between individuals, this is counterproductive, just as a cell in the body as it becomes to large it naturally divides into two cooperatives.

A cooperative industry can be a part of a collective of cooperatives working independently and symbiotically, just as the human body, so for example if the goal of the cooperative was to produce a washing machine, this can be broken down into parts, each group creating its own element, combined to create the completed product, the time and costs of each independent cooperative are calculated and when the patron purchases the washing machine all the cooperative receive their full share. Inefficient or greedy members of the super collective can be removed and replaced by another cooperative if the consensuses of all the other cooperatives of the collective determine this is the case. Additionally if a cooperative wishes to do other things they may leave the collective, the collective can then find or organise a new cooperative, or absorb the work of the removed cooperative into the remaining members work load.


The natural state of a free market is founded upon the following premise; individuals produce so that they can either consume what they have manufactured or sell their output so that they can buy someone else's output. This rests upon the assumption that if a surplus of goods or services exists, they would naturally fall in price to the point where they would be consumed. Of course it is better to produce goods or service where a demand exists.

Profit is a gain from the use of capital; this is within a system that maintains a scarcity of capital as a device to steal the fruits of the labours of others. Against the natural concept of a free market is the foundations of the fraud of ‘economics’, being the idea of profit, this is the engine of the philosophy of economics, yet they also contradict this idea by claiming they also support a ‘free market’ system, these two ideas are mutually exclusive, if you have one it is impossible to have the other.

Profit is not required in a cooperative model as capital is not scarce; as it is based upon allodial labour see repository finance.

Elements of a Bonded Cooperative

1 Shared Integrity Cooperative: holds the value of a man or woman through gauging their skills and knowledge, not in the wealth they have amassed, as capital generates nothing; it is a device of exchange for labour; labour creates wealth; debt ‘money’ is used as a device to steal that wealth.

In a collective model you invest individually into the collective and become a shareholder; shares are the invested or accumulated wealth as a division. The amount of shares given to an individual is not based at all on their ability to buy shares, only skill and knowledge, experience and effort input have a bearing on share division; share consideration is established by the cooperative as a whole.

If a member wished to leave they could sell their share to a new member, but this money would belong to the investor leaving the cooperative not to any other members, as the member leaving would be recovering their share; therefore if a member died the share would be passed on in their will to whomever they choose. The collective does not need to accept a new member if they feel they are unsuitable, they can find a suitable replacement to pay off the share or pay themselves for the share collectively.

2 Written, witnessed agreement: The basis of a collective is a written, witnessed agreement between the men or women within that collective, all must be a signatory party individually, not with a fiction of abstract invention, but to each other.

3 Cooperative Assurance: Based upon written, witnessed agreement, the Assurer gives insurance to the Assured, against loss or perils. This principle can be applied for the benefit of any individual or industry in some form, and is based upon collective risk for an individual’s protection.

4 Repository Finance: A repository is a place where things are deposited, and the advancement of your labours provided, there is no gain in interest, only a store of safety.

5 Surety Bond: A surety bond is an independent written, witnessed agreement between a tangible man or woman and another man or woman, for each to stand surety for the other; meaning you are agreeing to take responsibility for your bondsmen and them for you in an equally reciprocated bond.

6 Education: Accurate and practical education, of applied knowledge and skills is the corner stone of any industry, the monopoly and control of the free dissemination of education is its stagnation. All cooperatives should actively engage in the sharing of new ideas, technologies, and skills with others held within a written, witnessed agreement of natural rights.

7 Apportioned Input, Apportioned Output: The collective does not need to work together directly, for example one group may cast components, another may assemble all parts, another may install finished products, and another may provide transportation, all dependent upon the industry practiced. The share must always be the value invested not a fantasy of value invented to make another rich without effort.

8 Equitable Consensus: No one can force the minority to suffer the will of the majority, further you cannot allow the majority to impose a dictator upon the decisions of the cooperative through representation; no hierarchy exists instead all decisions are through a full unanimous agreement, established through careful deliberation within the confines of equitable manners of conduct, the duty of care, and the cooperatives unilateral bond, which is incumbent upon every individual.

9 Economy of Scale: When a cooperative grows, it is always in danger from becoming too large to function efficiently, when the number of members within a cooperative reach 12 it has a natural proclivity to divide, harmony is not maintained efficiently beyond that economy of scale, this demands, just as it does in nature when a cell grows beyond its limits, that it divide into two cells, this division generates diversity, innovation. Active Image

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