I have been keeping myself informed on many problems plaguing our society today. From deadly chemtrails to the global financial meltdown and social
meltdown in the works. I watched the new Zeitgeist movie the other day, Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, and I have to say that something clicked.
No, I didn't need to watch ZG:MF to grasp how society is functioning and why it is failing but it did make me realize why governments are intrinsicly
evil organizations of power. ZG:MF is a very good add-on to the whole ZG documentary series which gives even more in depth knowledge on where we're
headed which is quite simply, self-destruction of our species. Now, as much as it is nice to see films like that being made to 'awaken' the
masses… I fear that the whole human planetary population will not be able to revolt against this money based society system we're currently living
in through force. Resorting to violence to free yourself from a opressive government will lead to chaos and mass deaths on both parts of the equation
but ultimately, it will only harm the human race.
It is my belief that in order to free yourself from power, you have to make that power obsolete. So, in order to free ourselves from government power,
corporation power, money power, social status power, and so forth… we have to find ways to render that power obsolete. We have to substitute the
current system for a new system while rendering these powers obsolete.
How can we do that without the whole violent revolution part? It is quite simple in theory but requires a coordinated movement towards real change. In
other words, what do we need to live happily on this planet?
First of all, the basic needs of life which are food/water/shelter/health. If these resources could already be substituted from government influence
and corporate power, it would make a change happen WAY faster. By turning away from the old monetary system toward a resource based or resource for
human interest based system, we can slowly free ourselves from those powers or influences.
Have you ever heard of 3D printers? They have been around for about a decade now and they can do pretty amazing things. From creating any type of tool
you need to building a vehicle or house, they seem to be able to do it all. Nanotechnology is rapidly evolving as well and it won't be long before
there will be a device in existence that will allow its users to build anything (be it object, condiment or other) directly from that device through
Wiki rapid prototyping:
Knowing that we have these resources to our disposal as a species is very nice but how do we get our hands on it (us the people on the lower echelons
of the imposed social status) if it is being held by government or corporations who want to charge astronomical amounts of money for those devices?
This is where we need to gather community based human resources (not the corporate definition but the human one), where such a device is build by a
group of people (mostly engineers and scientists) who devote their time to inflict positive and lasting change in society. Imagine the following
You wake up tomorrow to a bright sunny day and you decide to go for a walk in your neighborhoud. You pass by that clothing store that you love and see
a nice piece of clothing you would love to buy but cannot afford. On your way you see a flyer posted on a wall, quite random I know, and your curious
mind takes a look at it. It reads: "You cannot afford to buy stuff from corporations anymore, get everything you need for free". Of course this
sounds WAY too good to be true and even though there's a phone number which you wrote down, you quickly dismiss this as pure BS. Time passes but your
mind seems to be stuck on that flyer. You figure, let's debunk this and give them a call.
A nice lady answers the phone and you immediately ask: what's the catch? She nicely explains that there is no catch, just pass by our location and
you tell us what you want. All you have to do is relax, drink some free coffee, eat a free piece of cake while you wait for your item to be produced.
Once finished, you receive it and that's all. You can do so as many times as you'd like.
Still trying to debunk this obvious scam, you go to the aforementioned location and wonder above wonder, all is true. You come out of there with a
smile, full belly and your nice piece of clothing free of cost or labor. What you didn't know by now is that you are not the only one receiving free
things in your neighborhood that way.
What kind of change would this trigger into human beings do you think? What is the purpose of money when it becomes obsolete? What is the purpose of
business when it becomes obsolete? What is the purpose of government when it becomes obsolete?
You have to act locally in order to affect change globally. If you can raise the standard of living of the poor and needy by a mere 25% (which is
barely anything given what those previous mentioned devices are capable of doing), don't you think that people will simply start turning their back
to the current system and evolve peacefully into this new resource based system where any form of power from one human on another human will suddenly
vanish as any given individual on this planet, regardless of skin color/sexual orientation/social status… can obtain all he/she needs and wishes
for, for free.
Millions of people are falling out of work due to technological advancements and economic crises which is a good thing. Don't get me wrong, the fact
that these people can't afford to cover their basic needs is not a good thing but the fact that these people unplug from this labor enslaving society
which in itself is becoming an obsolete concept due to all the advances seen today, is. In order to get out of this mess, we need to take the problems
into our own hands and start small to grow big.
How do you do that exactly?
For one, get more info on those 3D printers and nano-technology based devices in order to truely understand how they work ( I am still learning as I
go). The second part is to get such a device that is environmentally sound, can produce items with the least amount of waste possible and is the most
durable good that can be created today. If such an item cannot be bought (due to their overpriced price tag), use the human resources available to you
in your community. If you were a student in University taking engineering classes, you could easily walk up to your professor and propose such a
device as class project. If you're scared of being ridiculed, then go to another university that offers engineering classes and explain this theory
to their professor. You are bound to find one that will adhere to the proposed idea and see where it goes…
You only need one to consider the idea and you already get the ball rolling because that one individual will certainly discuss this idea with
collegues or piers which can in turn create a focus group. If you don't have the luxury to be in such an advantageous position, you could easily post
an ad online where you ask volunteer engineers, scientists and educators to get together to discuss the making of such a device and act as a
coordinator. You get that ball rolling again.
All change comes from local action. It is unnecessary to hold presentations or seminars in different parts of the country on the subject because once
such a device is in use in a community and people don't need to be plugged into the system anymore, it will snowball rapidly and before you know it,
it will grow viral.