Monday, November 29, 2010

Private sector public service

the asylum project is a virtual manifesto which aspires to build a strategic alliance among key consumers of internet content and various noncollectives of nonofficial anyones for the purpose of providing a cogent philosophical framework and campaign strategy by which a critical mass successfully embarks on radical, apolitical, nonmaterialistic public service:  providing food, shelter, safety, community, genuine education, meaningful work, a sense of abundance, ecological health, and creative freedom.  The lever with which to move the world is a marketing strategy which promotes gardening as the focus of public education.

The asylum project proudly introduces private sector public service. Organizational entities with no materialistic profit motive compete with government to provide better customer service, ensure more tangible customer loyalty, satisfy public needs, and ensure the preservation of the commons.

Meaning Earth, in this case...

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