reply to post by HiAliens
Its really hard to discuss a good alternative to the systems currently employed because most people can't see beyond what they've been taught. Even
more importantly, while they may dislike the leaders/bloodlines/overlords, they're indoctrinated into blaming each other and not able to see that
substantive equality means equalizing peoples situations. If the leaders were gone, from the posts I've seen on here, there would still be haves and
have nots, with many people expected to starve to death due to their circumstances. Even amongst the more aware posters, there is little cooperation
The system would return in no time to what it was, and this earth would still be in dire shape, breathing its last breaths. I don't think we can
manage this on our own and have a true change take place. I keep being shown a home I wish to get to, a city that is futuristic and beautiful, with
the majority of the planet unmarred by roads, clean well cared for sparkling nature in abundance. I feel I've been there before. I ask for help all
the time, but in the worse case scenario, many are going to be freed and get out of this mess, in or out of body.
I think the transition from debt based fiat insanity to harmonius, inclusive sanity would take a few years, ideally there would be a few
In Canada, they've done studies to see how long it takes for people to adjust to a equal, non-sexist, Canadian culture when moving here from
different types of cultures, and the results were 3 generations. It takes 3 generations, living in a more equal society to acclimatize to it, or to
graviate away from class systems and viewing women as second class citizens. So this will take considerably longer than a few years. This would take
probably 60-150 years to reprogram people.
I think resource based models are good, but we may need transition steps of metal backed currencies or local currencies. In an abundant,
cooperative paradigm the weak would have healthcare, shelter, and food so there would be nothing ugly or unfair about using some sort of currency. I
think Ron Paul's economic ideas are the first in a long journey towards sanity. Remember Recon said they use metals and barter on his home system.
No we don't. Its never been money thats needed. Money implies scarcity. There is no scarcity, not with our populations, there are more than enough
able bodied people irregardless of the ones less capable, such as mothers of young children, elderly and and disabled. This is about organization,
and the only thing stopping it is the brainwashing thats been done. An example of scarcity would be: say we wanted to embark on a project that would
be enormously costly, (you could choose any, such as global advanced monorail transporation or health care and genetic upgrades) such as putting the
newest invented dual core solar panel technology in space around the planet, or if the ets there would let us, on the moon. Huge costly thing that
would save enormous money down the road and may even help offset future ice ages. But in a moneyless society, all you have in the equation is 1) the
technology 2) the resources to do it and 3) the human effort or work involved. It just gets done. There is no scarcity.
Money is scarcity and slavery. It always creates a slave class and overlords.
Our true power is in cooperation and shared dreams. If we all had advanced psi, this would be moot. We'd know each other, and be so much more
willing to cooperate, and not blame people for their circumstances, but in the end respect them for what they are doing or have tried to do given
The big question:
How do you think planet Earth could peacefully transit to a stabler resource system?
What stages + challenges do you see?
We're the biggest problem I see. We would stand in each others way. We need help to deprogram our mindsets, as this is drilled into us from the
psycho controllers over our heads.
A moneyless society that lacks scarcity could be best described as an open source linux model. Everyone that can contributes (gives) and everyone
takes, and anything that needs to be done gets done. There would have to be a total respect for the limits of the planet, and not polluting her with
unclean technology, or stealing all the natural oil under the surface which I really believe is her lubricants and probably needs to remain there. A
better power house back up to wind and solar is geo thermal, not oil or coal. Most of the plastics and stuff we use can be created from plants. We
could be bringing back deserts and having skyscraper greenhouses and even underground green houses, so as not to waste good farming soil which should
be food crops. Crystals can be grown, not just dug out of the ground.
There are so many alternatives to what we're currently doing to this planet.