Insecurity may be considered a creative motivator in the land of plenty, but in the normal world it is the root of disintegration.
Basic income would fail without Universal Basic Services, and is unaffordable with the services.
Decentralized decision makers could accurately pinpoint exactly how to provide security to local people.
Universal free social/aged care would only cost 0.1% GDP more than current government proposal.
A civil society does not leave anyone behind with these needs and operates the solidarity that serves to ensure that everyone can meet them adequately.
At the core of any model of universal basic services is a moral and emotional reality that cannot be underestimated