- Oct 2013
I'm not ignoring anything.No its not the same argument, and its strange that you pretend not to see the difference... Other people's eggs are not yours to break
You are also purposefully ignoring that the rules and the playing field have been changed without consultation... An organization with 28 members , half of which need to be subsidized is not the same as an organization with 12 members
The initial 12 members were the one "letting in" the new members, the initial 12 members were those deciding the rules, it was not the new candidates to accession demanding/imposing the rules.
So yes, You are wrong on this.
You cannot complain about the effects Your organisation has on Yourself, organisation functioning based on the rules You decided and blame the new members or the organization for respecting the rules You decided.
You can complain about Yourself, as You didn't reasoned in advance.
And again, nomatter new and old, rich and poor, as a basic principle, complaining about contributing in a mutualist organisation remains a nonsense.
Do You complain paying Your car accident insurance because You didn't had any accidents? I suppose not.