Hi again Mark! I’m afraid you’re not making much logical sense.

Considering the three quotes of mine that you refer to:

  1. You haven’t pointed out a logical flaw in what I am saying. The fact that the monetary value of property may change does not mean we need more housing.
  2. Of course the real resources you require may change from one month to the next — but that’s already the case. That doesn’t undermine the overall affordability of Basic Income.
  3. I think I’ve answered your overall query. Basic Income is not means-tested. It does not depend on your own individual income or expenses. And as for the healthcare situation, I suggest you should have a free, tax-funded healthcare system, just like most other rich, developed nations have.

Have a nice day! :)

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