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Manual for freedom

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posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 08:26 PM
People have been saying "wake up!" for a long time now, and now its time to get out of bed and start the day. I have long thought of many ways to avoid a new world order, the most important thing is that people change their lifestyles, and stop supporting the madness. Most people are unaware of all the help they give to
these psychotic creatures on a day to day basis. Economy is one of the main tools
these evil beings use to extract energy from the average citizen and put it towards
their agenda. Once people learn to become more self-sufficient, and stop supporting corporations, the impact will be immense. Once people begin to produce their own sustenance, the powers that be will lose much control over them, and have to take more drastic measures to get people in line, which will drain their resources and cause many problems.

People need to be encouraged to take responsibility in providing their own provisions. It must be made trendy to "do it yourself" and be completely self-sufficient. There are many ways to do this, and a guide needs to be made to give people ideas and help them start saving their energy while providing for themselves.
If people can afford it, they can set up solar panels, windmills, and other devices. People can also set up rain water catchers. Alternative energy devices need to be
promoted and explained so the average person can utilize them. People definitely need to start growing their own food, everyone eats food, everyone would do the whole world a huge favor by growing their own food.

The time for exposing the truth is over, more than enough people understand what's going on, and even if they don't, they can still be a part of the solution. With
the current state of the economy, people shouldn't be hard to convince to try a new, more sustainable solution. Think about it, just because someone doesn't know what is going on, doesn't mean they can't be unknowing participants in a plan. That is what the elite are doing. Don't worry if not everyone knows what is really going on, most people are willing to admit the world is #ed up, and if someone goes around
trying to change it for the better, most people are going to want to help.

A new, sustainable economic system is required. I propose a point-based trading system, where only real, tangible objects are traded, and traded on a point system to determine value. No trading numbers for products, only products for products, with numbers representing the value of the product(s). I think it should be simple, and easy to understand and be applied by anyone, but still needs to cover all bases. Communities that support trading need to be founded, craigslist-esque websites would be a great start. If a large group of people can start supporting these changes, it will make it much easier for other people to get involved.

Raw Materials

availability of materials 1, 2, 3
energy required for extraction
-equipment 1, 2, 3
-labor 1, 2, 3
-time 1, 2, 3


energy required
-equipment 1, 2, 3
-labor 1, 2, 3
-time 1, 2, 3


energy required
- equipment 1, 2, 3
- labor 1, 2, 3
- time 1, 2, 3

Basically you would go through and circle a number for each one then add it all up to get the total value.

1. abundant and easy
- every day materials, things like trees, dirt. labor required needs minimal or no training, several hours to several days
2. mildly rare and more effort
- less common materials, labor required may take several weeks or months of training
3. rare and difficult
- rare materials, possibly not indigenous to local area, required training for labor takes several years

Also, what other forums could this be posted on?

[edit on 14-8-2010 by username000]

posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 08:27 PM
had to double post to get this last section in,

I'm wondering what people think of this, and if anyone wants to help develop this more, and make it more complete. Examples of what falls into certain categories would be great too, things like hammers, and saws would fall under a level 1 equipment, bigger and more complicated (but common) machines would be level 2 (things like computers, and maybe vehicles), and specialized devices that are rare and perhaps take a savvy individual to operate are level 3, things like heavy machinery. Also, I realize the least amount of points is 10, and the most is 30, which doesn't seem like a very big gap, so a 5 point system might be better, possibly a 10 point system, but 3 is simple enough and could work, its only numbers, I don't think its a big deal if a house is only 20 more points than a piece of fruit, as opposed to being a 50 point difference. Basically we have low-level every day items, more expensive items, then larger luxury items. We have things that cost tens of dollars, things that cost hundreds, and things that cost thousands. Its all numbers, and there really doesn't need to be a huge gap, what is important is that things are traded based on their actual value. Everyone knows inflation is an illusion, things used to be much cheaper in relation to their monetary value, but has their actual value changed? Not really. Things are worth what they are worth.

posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 09:44 PM
I agree with you on self sufficiency. Even if you know the complete extent of the nwo, or the depth of control, it is inconsequential if you do nothing with the knowledge. That being said, it is not my place to tell someone how they should live. It is against everything I believe in to dictate to a person they should stop using money, or abandon the material comforts. I believe that as long as you are using money, paying taxes, driving cars, and participating in society you in some way benefit the controlling order. That is part of reality. I have not rejected the material myself, and maybe I am not a good person because of it. All I can do is the best I can do. Participate in politics, engage and educate my fellow citizens, and try and act in ways that move away from a completely selfish lifestyle which leads to such evils.

The point system you theorize is based on the right reasons, but is not realistic today. It could work if you only wish a market to be a certain size. The availability of resources, and labor differs greatly. This means that whether an object is a computer, or a tooth pick the production may differ in two places. A computer may take twice the productive capacity to built in one are versus another. The point system would have to fluctuate according to the market forces. There would be no way to stabilize the system. A gallon of water by a lake would be one point, but in a desert ten. In food shortages would the point cost spike? I don't know the answers, but these are the first things that jump into my mind.

I agree that fiat currency is a moral hazard that is reliant on the confidence in it. It has no real value outside of what we recognize as value. I am more of a fan of silver, or gold. I know they are imaginary money too, but at least the physical amount is relatively constant. There are already private silver trading organizations, businesses, and individuals. They agree to buy and sell services and goods using silver.

Self reliance, and networking like minded people is the key to surviving the age of crisis.


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