Before I begin, I'd like to apologize if I put this in the wrong forum, The topic does contain elements which are relevant to US politics as well as
global politics, or rather, global socio-economics backed by the political hand of the military industrial complex.
Before I begin, I would require all who wish to participate in this debate to watch the following videos, it'll make more sense this way due to the
terms I will be using:
this is a 7 part video which explains the social problems we see today.
These tactics are used to this day, just try to debate anyone and you'll see that they're immune to logical and critical thinking, any proof
presented is disregarded, etc.
It explains why the majority of the population is ignorant, they all have been subverted.
(I don't know how to post these links all too well, help would be appreciated)
Next video was posted here on ATS so I'll just give you the link outright.
the video is called Meltup, the US economic problems are presented well,
albeit the solutions are partially flawed.
If anyone has an open mind, having read Theodore Kaczynski's manifesto would be a plus. It can be found by a simple Google search. It explains, to a
the social aspect of our failing system. Because it really is a collapse of the socio-economic and political structure we are witnessing these days,
not only an economic destruction. The ones in power already have their solutions, everything is engineered well, but with crisis comes opportunity for
something far better than a Distopian NWO.
So it begins.
There are many discussions detailing the many problems our society possesses, not one individual proposes a solution that would eliminate the one
thing that we are all denied, choice. Choice is something some people are born into, others have no choice. What I mean by this. An person born in a
poor family cannot succeed into becoming a debt free self serving individual, in other words, independent (free). Others, who are born into rich
families, have the opportunity to go through extensive schooling and come out debt free. To some, the notion of being debt free with a comfortable
life is independence, to others, having one's own land and working on that land for one's own goals is considered independence. But what we lack is
choice. We have no choice but to part take in this society from the moment we are born. if an individual was born poor, they will likely not have the
necessary resources to go to school, unless they take loans, even then they will have to work and go to school, hence, they will perform what I
consider an inhumane task, to what goal? Survival. The rich individual has it easy, everything is paid for. So this is the Classist system I speak of.
Where everyone does not have the same opportunities to succeed. A world in which a genius is forced to work at Walmart as a stock boy while an
undeserving cretin tells him what to do. The idea here is, if you watched the videos and see what goes on around you, that even a university degree is
becoming worthless, putting everyone in the same basket. (Unless of course your family has serious connections to the government or the Illuminati
family business.) I could go on about the inequalities of life, but I'm here to offer solutions rather than a rant. One way to heal the world would
be to give people choice. We cannot legally go out into the field and sow it, we'll get fined and thrown out of the land we worked hard on. There are
too many regulations in place, too much licensing, too much government. The simple, yet only one of many to come, solutions to this problem comes in
the form of choice. (Could make it a campaign slogan except I'd get the JFK treatment). If an individual were able to simply up and leave from the
city and come back to the land, and work on this land, with no fear of repercussions, it would fix the "food shortage" problem. I say food shortage
loosely for there will be plenty of food but money will loose it's value, when you make minimum wage and a loaf of bread is worth 150$, I think going
back to the farmer's life style would be a good idea. The problem with today is that, not only do you need a whole lot of cash to become a farmer
(buy land, tools and house) you need knowledge of how to work the soil, neither of which are easily accessible, unless you don't mind loitering in
university libraries endlessly reading through tons of books, but as we all know, in today's world, time = money, so that's not an option, unless
you plan to retire on a farm... which, at this point, is an impossibility due to the economic situation. One argument can be heard that groups of
individuals can succeed where one fails, this results in independent settlements, what happens to those? Waco Texas. The government does not allow
independence from the system, it will use it's military industrial complex to dominate and eradicate all oppositions, because independent villages
become independent city-states, hence, their own governments. Separation from the system will not be tolerated, so it would seem. What do I propose as
a solution to the world's socio-economic problems,
I propose a gift economy. Let's understand what money IS, money is a tool of trade, but it also holds another task, to divide people according to
wealth, so, the more wealth you have, the more wealth you have. Money builds money. If you are poor, in the modern day and age, you are nobody, and
you will remain nobody, no matter how many ideas you posses. You could be the Next Tesla, with no resources, you're the bagging boy at the local
grocery store. To make it fair, where as in an individual earns his place in society via hard work, can only be achieved via true meritocracy, and to
instill a true meritocracy the elimination of money must take effect.
This will eliminate the possibility for groups of individuals to consolidate power via finance and retake control over the world. Imagine a world
where as long as you work, you can consume what you desire proportionally to production. Supply Demand. For this to work, factories would be brought
back, things would be produced locally. The idea of a world government is flawed, so is the notion of federal and state/provincial/territorial
governments, I propose City-State governments, with their own laws and punishments, but working along this economic principle.