People "work" at "jobs" for "money."
We all need it, but the way the system works today is that if this money is to be available to pay workers, it has to come from someone or some thing
that already has it. The problem with this scenario is that whoever or whatever has the money right now might not want what the workers have to
no matter how important it is to the workers to be able to make a living and share each other's talents and creativity.
The problems we are seeing today are manifestations of a game that works as a closed system. There is no source of money that goes directly to
workers, because our banking system only creates money as a loan, a debt. This is called "monetizing debt." Those best at this game (or in an
advantageous position in it - in other words, the "banker") can end up with all the chips, all the tokens, all the property, or whatever just like
the game of monopoly.
Where is everybody supposed to go once all the property has been acquired by the few? And what jobs would be available then, except the employment of
those who are to aid the rich in protecting their wealth from being taken by the masses?
Perhaps the solution can be found while contemplating the fact that money has to be taken from someone else to be given to another.
What if money could be created, as necessary, for those willing to work? Then an appeal wouldn't have to be made to the rich to share their money so
that there would be something for the poor to be paid with.
This idea is called "social credit." It allows the public at large to do something that is in a very specific way different
way things are done now: it allows them to monetize value
instead of monetizing debt
By using social credit to make funds available to entrepreneurs, labor groups, local governments, businesses, and individuals, the stranglehold on
supply that plagues recessions and depressions could be lifted. Unemployment would virtually cease, and the benefits created by everyone being able
to contribute value to the world would transform society in tremendously positive ways in the long run.