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Who rules?

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posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 08:52 AM
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Taking a look around, all I see ruling and running a muck is one concept that is so controversial and obvious. The concept of money, seeing how it can be manipulated so easily by so few. Maybe the next thing to do is to equate work with a merit based system where usury cannot infiltrate. Physical jobs, mental jobs and of course speculative jobs all have an ability to be quantized on merit and difficulty. Achieving what money could not would be the obvious rush to the hardest jobs available by people who want to be merit rich but as the human being will always try to innovate high merit jobs. This coupled with efficiency and competition the net merit will be knocked down and the search for the next high merit area will ensue. Is it high merit to create complexity as in bureaucracy? Or should it be actual measurable innovations, sparks of genius, or simplicity?
The CNN version of this ramble is we the people rule, by investing in a new system of commerce. Then of course watching it become corrupted and refining the next one with the proper adjustments on the next cycle.




posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:09 PM
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Sounds interesting.

Can you elaborate ?



posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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If money collapses right now, what would be the right thing to do? Go to work the next day and produce, from your efforts the least you should be rewarded with is food on the table. This we can do with our eyes closed, even with the stumbling blocks. We have shelter and clothing and knowledge of what is right. The destruction of our productivity as humans comes from usury, over taxation, inflation and speculation, I'll touch on war later. You can't do those three things if the general population doesn't believe in the concept of money anymore. Which in my mind is already happening/happened.
Sure there is the debt to be paid back but the past corruption involved and just plain evil and sneaky ways to attain the wealth of the world in so few hands has muddied the concept of owing them anything at this juncture. If it really comes down to assign "ownership" of anything to anyone then of course there would be the apparent need for judicial proof of how their institution/company/lineage has made this insane amount of money and why you are hoarding it. Being that hoarding is adeptly defined as a mental illness, narcissism and megalomania as well. Then we will decide if the elite have been proper and honest businessmen and deserving of their property or lifestyle.
After the dust settles and things are back to normal under non usury lending and the like, we can convene on whether we should continue with the concept of money or if we should move on to merit.
That's about it.



 
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