Expenditure in the public sector can be reduced to a very vast degree by the introduction of virtual reality (VR) technologies. VR in combination with existing video conferencing technologies is already sufficiently advanced so as to be used for most tasks in the public sector, including administration, education and healthcare.
Costs will be very substantially cut in the public sector by not needing to maintain physical buildings (offices, schools, hospitals etc.) to any significant degree as nearly all employees will work from home. Also the need for employees will become increasingly eliminated by means of innovative apps to VR platforms as fantasy is really the only limitation with regard to increasingly eliminating the need for permanent employees.
Also the private economy will benefit very substantially as the use of VR will no doubt spread to the private sector as well with precisely the same effect, the near elimination of the need to maintain buildings other than homes and also the increasing elimination of the need for permanent employees including of course by means of increasingly advanced virtual apps.
For struggling Kurdistan which is leaping towards towards unified independence is this also a way to extremely significantly save costs in post-war reconstruction. Free Kurdistan and especially Rojava needs to take a global leadership position in implementing virtual independence without of course any undue delay whatsoever.
Free Kurdistan needs to partner with high tech corporations worldwide of all sizes that are developing advanced VR technologies and cordially invite them to participate in designing and building of a national virtual infrastructure which would be open to virtual applications from all. It is essential that this general platform is precisely open to all, just as the Internet is and so the Kurdistani VR infrastructure would be the beginning of a global VR infrastructure, a very significantly technologically updated virtual Internet indeed.
The United States Department of Defense effectively created the Internet in historically building ARPANET. In hindsight was this clearly the right thing to do considering that the Internet has digitized both economy and civil society and no less important globalized open society. A spontaneous implementation of VR would however most likely have calamitous consequences for the world economy as most jobs in both private and public sectors would disappear within merely a few years time.
The United States, both government (especially the Department of Defense) and private sector therefore need take leadership in this regard in both preparing and educating the people for this tremendous and earthshaking change in the course of economic history. After public spending has been reduced by over 90% within just a few years time without reducing the extent and level of service to citizens will taxes mostly be used for paying interest on the national debt. Therefore the challenge is to make the economy grow so quickly (far over 50% per year) that the national debt will become practically irrelevant within only a few years time as relative to GDP.
This responsibly attained by educating the people about the coming paradigmatic change in the course of economic history in training and empowering current employees and everyone else to become innovators and entrepreneurs and indeed by transforming the system of education into a dynamic system of individualizing accelerators. There will of course be both winners and whiners but by educating and empowering the general public can the proportion of whiners become increasingly eliminated indeed.
Free Kurdistan has an educated population without already being industrialized on a large scale and so provides perfect conditions for trying out the first large-scale introduction of VR. Making feminist libertarian Rojava into the first place to implement VR with the participation of major global US corporations that heavily invest in the development of VR such as Alphabet Inc. (parent company of Google), Apple Inc. and Facebook, Inc. will no doubt make the United States of America the undisputed leader in the global virtual revolution as already of course in the global digital revolution. Investing in Kurdistan as the main testing ground for first implementing VR in an entire country will importantly remove unnecessary risks for the US economy in rather providing tremendous benefits for the US private sector and indeed building a rapidly growing dynamic talent-based economy indeed. The virtual revolution also means that the Internet will become virtualized and devices miniaturized to near microscopic size.
This in effect means a revolution in the Internet itself and so the extremely significantly updated virtual Internet needs to become far more secure than the present one in crucially in technological terms ensuring both privacy and security through the introduction of innovative and superior genres of technology, including nanotechnologies. This is a crucial US national interest and Japan, Israel and many others too have an extremely strong vested interest in making this succeed and so both governments and corporations from around the world need to become cordially invited to participate in making the virtual revolution in Kurdistan succeed as beginning in feminist libertarian Rojava indeed.
Progressively libertarian Rojava with its lean government, very small public sector and almost non-existent corruption offers indeed perfect laboratory conditions for comprehensive introduction of VR technologies. VR can be brought through VR glasses, VR eye lenses and VR brain-computer interface as crucially built with nanotechnology.
The US government needs however provide the relatively modest funding for introducing the VR infrastructure in Rojava and subsequently elsewhere in Free Kurdistan as well in therefore helping America and the world economy responsibly make this major leap in economic history in crucially transitioning from a capital-based economy to a talent-based economy indeed.
America and Rojava are both places founded on visionary revolutionary ethos of radical democracy and VR will no doubt revolutionize democracy as well as has of course already the digital revolution indeed. America is the indispensable nation in global leadership and Rojava is ready to partner with America in helping itself make the world a better place considering that the VR revolution will largely eliminate the need for transportation and at-home 3D printers will end the historical era of factories as people will shop designs (such as for clothes) in virtual malls which after purchase are ulta-rapidly printed out at home by 3D printer.
America as the global beacon of freedom certainly needs to partner with the 21st century equivalent of the American revolution which as indeed the democratic revolution in Rojava was a conceptual and social one. America was born through conceptual and social innovation as is indeed today Rojava. Rojava and Kurdistan generally is a very extremely pro-American environment and so warmly welcome America!