Originally posted by ExPostFacto
reply to post by Freedom or Death
Upon further consideration of why they removed my idea (they had plenty of ridiculous ideas on the site) I realized a bank was the one putting on the
competition. My plan would have fixed their economy instantly and only required a few modifications to protect the new structure of business that I
proposed. I realized my proposal threatened the banking structure.
I will post this proposal soon for you to take a look and alter it or develop your thinking further.
Please do, I would be very interested in that.
Regarding the subject : having read the first three pages of this thread it is obvious that the biggest obstacle to moving in the direction suggested
is ourselves. The main problem, blatantly obvious from some of the comments, is our brainwashed, programmed state which is a major impediment to
finding solutions via lateral thinking.
As an example, many have stated that we lack the means to sustain life above a certain population threshold, but is that true, or is such an idea
mainly the result of our education for some, and a 'Georgia Guidestone' mentality for others?
What I know with certainty is that 70% of the world's total food supply is controlled, directly or indirectly, through incredibly tangled corporate
structures, by the Windsor family. As we speak, for example, over 10,000,000 people in Africa are facing famine, but it is definitely not because
their is not enough food to go around, rather is due to speculation, hoarding and an outright decision to starve those deemed unworthy by a certain
elite - 'useless eaters' they arrogantly call them.
I have assisted in planting and nurturing a small plot on a small parcel of land and it produces such an abundance of fruit and vegetables that we are
constantly giving crates of produce away - suffice to say, I don't believe for a second that we will have any difficulty whatsoever in feeding 3-4
times the world's actual population if we rid the world of certain people, their control mechanisms, their think-tanks and their stranglehold on
The question of work is rather less complex - the amount of work required is the exact amount that will feed you and your family, the rest is luxury.
Having lived in small communities as well as metropolitan areas, and having experienced the afore-mentioned communities freely and cheerfully giving
their weekends to help a member of the community enlarge their house or fix their barn I believe the answer lies again within - their is no need for a
centralized form of power to dictate how, where and when I should work to then rob me of the fruits of my labor under the pretext of a greater good. I
don't agree with anything I have seen from government in the past 35 years, so why should I pay for it?
I think the underlying idea is that work's value is in it's purpose: the whole idea that we work to get ahead in life will have to be reviewed. I'd
rather work so that my neighbor has an extra bedroom for a baby on the way than for a new SUV. When did we stop being able to understand such simple
Finally free energy: one day we will find out how long it has been around, and the anger against corporate control in the name of energy and profit
will be justified...
[edit on 6-6-2010 by D377MC]