May 2006, 01:05 (CET) In order to give business (even) more business and politics (even) more lobby and thus profits, KULTURKASSE has designed some models, some of which are based on existing and realized methods, without them having been thought of or brought into discussion by business and politics so far – possibly out of some kind of fear or, more unlikely: shame. However, maybe one or the other model already exists as a concept paper in the drawer … KULTURKASSE now anticipates such papers, concepts and ways of thinking and would like to initiate the discussion with it. Proposals: While the existing highway toll is quite lucrative for the state, politics and business. However, this system could be better exploited – to stay in the jargon: made more efficient. KULTURKASSE proposes a toll, initially for pedestrians in pedestrian zones or. In shopping malls. Every pedestrian receives one of these devices, which are certainly smaller and easier to manufacture, as they are now common in trucks, when he or she enters the respective area. Guaranteed would be thus not only a substantial financial profit of the companies involved in the implementation (software, hardware, administration, banks), but also the exclusivity (exclusion) in such areas. Hamburg z.B. Then no more discussion about a so-called "beggars ban" was required in the city center … The issue would be solved purely financially. This form of toll for pedestrians could then gradually be applied to all sidewalks as well. With a more far-reaching trick, looking at certain sites could also become chargeable in the following: If someone looks at e.G.B. Longer than two seconds the city hall of Hamburg at (or any other object: shopping street, sculpture, store, advertising – also these can be financed), then automatically (suggestion per look 1, -) the account is debited. This prevents, as it were, in the twinkling of an eye, obvious covetousness on the part of those who should not have directed it to this place, and relocalizes envy back into the appropriate milieus: "equals among equals". (The so-called "social envy must be defined as a sense of justice that has not yet reached maturity.) This measure alone would raise more money than would be needed to keep the state afloat. The economy would be relieved in such a way that non-wage labor costs could be completely eliminated, as well as tax burdens from profits and other unreasonable costs – such as Protection against dismissal. Pregnancy-. Education time. Illness. Cases of Illness. Advanced training. Finally, the point would be reached where sponsoring would no longer be necessary for image cultivation: Those who can pay see. Since the sighted already pay the use of public areas and the looks and they are thus enough gebeutelt, taxes do not have to be raised at all and can be passed on to those, which such kind "common use" unfortunately can not pay. Scenarios: "Today I have seen the city hall four times, the Michel three times, wasted quite a few glances on art and enjoyed several great advertisements." (View total: ca.