What do conservatives think of a resource-based economy? No money at all?

As proposed by Jacque Fresco/Peter Joseph Jacque believes resource-based economy would best maximise human health and wellbeing and virtually eliminate all jobs that exist today. Jobs like chefs and barwork would be automated (which we know can be done), whereas lawyers and telesales would cease existing because... show more As proposed by Jacque Fresco/Peter Joseph

Jacque believes resource-based economy would best maximise human health and wellbeing and virtually eliminate all jobs that exist today. Jobs like chefs and barwork would be automated (which we know can be done), whereas lawyers and telesales would cease existing because there's no money, laws or government. Little violence and war would not occur because "human needs" would be met and there would be no incentive it. There's enough resources to feed and house everyone, he says.

Jacque has since died and Peter Joseph promotes RBE. In his book he states "we need to unify humanity around the five basic principles of Automation, Open-source, Open-access, Localized production & Digital networked feedback. These five components are current technological efficiency trends society needs to adopt as valued priorities because of their liberating potential."
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