posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 03:49 PM
Let me start with an introduction. Here on ATS we have A LOT of threads that talk about Past, Present and Future events that involve TPTB and such.
What I propose in this thread is instead of complaining about how things in the world are going bad we design a system to strive for in the future. I
have already started to think of a system and would love constructive input and many suggestions. What I would also hope when you read this thread is
to not instantly classify the system as Communistic, Anarchy, Capitalism,..... There are traits from all aspects so if you don't like something
specific I challenge you to provide a better way of doing it. Again the following is not set in stone. I hope that it grow as a collective thought
process. I wish I could have put it in the Collaborative Writing section but I hope the mods can move it there. Without further ado:
The individual should be at the top. Each and every individual is no great or no less than another. One individual might have more accomplishments,
assets + property and/or responsibilities but in no way does it mean he/she is “better” another. The individual should be as independent of
others as possible.
Each individual would form a family. A family is equivalent of a household. A “family” could be one person living alone or a group of friends. It
should not be limited to the thought of Mother/Father, Son/Daughter. In turn each family would form a Community. Community would be defined as a
grouping of families who know each other well and in one way shape or form have something in common to share. In turn communities would form cities,
cities form provinces/states, which form countries. At this point one might think well what’s so different than it is now. The difference is in
government and citizenship. Right now we think along the lines of my name is ______ and I’m an (American, Canadian, ...). The way that is proposed
is to turn this on its head and say my name is _____ and I LIVE in Canada, the US, etc. The city state and country are but geographic description and
no longer an identity or a governing body. Point taken is that we need to return to the idea that the government works for us but to also drop the
sense of national identity as it divides us.
This topic encompasses a vast array of topics. I will try to subdivide them as much as possible.
The concept of work, play and general living currently is that we go to work to pay for the roof over our heads, our food and clothing. When we are
not working in between time we’re suppose to enjoy the little time we have. We do this until we are older and no longer physically fit like we once
were in our primes and then we get to “enjoy” our retirement. This is essentially a form of slavery. What if we had food, shelter and clothing? We
would no longer be slaves to a job and we could do what we want instead of what we must. That childhood dream of doing _____ could be strived for.
People would (and should) be now driven by a sense of accomplishment. They’ll want to do that something. A similar analogy would be a hobby, let’s
say building a model car. Force somebody to do it and it will be only done to a certain degree of quality, but give the model to someone who enjoys
that hobby and not only will they enjoy the time spent but the results would be better.
(*Again before jumping to conclusion I ask you read the whole post before passing judgement and if you still don’t agree by the end I’m open to
constructive criticism and suggestions)