posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 10:30 AM
reply to post by Karlhungis
I just watched a video on nwo and overpopulation last week via a thread here on ATS that was very good, one thing it said overpopulation is a myth.
That if every one of 6 billion people had 1/4 of an acres, they would take up Australia, and /or part of New Zealand leaving the rest of the world
untouched. This was surprising in itself. He said its not that we don't have enough for the current population, its that our world is poorly
managed. I don't remember the name of the thread so I don't want to search for it. Lol. Nonetheless, we would have to be intelligent in a
resource society and use birth control or get fixed after two children if birth control doesn't work.
Also, as I keep saying this is the technologically upgraded model of how natives have always lived, a similar model was practiced for over 10,000
years in the Americas so it does stand to reason that we actually could opt out of the current system in large numbers and refuse to participate,
adopting this instead. Our system may need to crumble a lot more in order for more people to wake up, but those who can pool money in this system may
be able to start forerunners to it. Initially after a collapse, even with people being offered this at the right moment, and turning to each other
(rather than collapsing in fear, chaos and violence) I imagine it would take some time for everyone to attain a high standard of living. But within a
decade of a system like this, the past would look like primitive usuary compared to the future high standards of living. Aside from sharing some of
the necessary work for scant hours (ie, technicians would be needed, some attention to agriculture though machines could eventually do a lot,
teachers, medicine). Some things would need to be shared on very short schedules, say 5 or so hours a week. But we would contribute from our
passions, creativity, clothing, art, music, books, inventions in an opensource manner, like linux does, giving what we have without fear of patents
and copyright, and sharing, while others provide as well, taking what we like, for the benefit of enriching all.