If you were given the keys to the world or better yet because of lack of experience the keys to a nation. Let's say the nation is a dominant power in
the world. And as you showed that you were mentally and emotionally capable of leading a large sum of people. You would then be promoted to ambassador
of the world.
Of course their would be clauses in the contract that would limit how long and what you did. So no indefinite and unlimited rule. But enough to cause
and effect the future for a great while.
We all know that most empires only last 200-300 years before they start rotting from the inside out. With great wealth and power comes great
responsibility. And people get comfortable. Get obese. And the power cycles back to another nation more hungry and prepared to lead the "brave new
What would you do? What do you think the world needs to take those steps to a much safer better and prosperous world?
One thing I would do and this is no secret because we all know what money does and we all know that the world is basically in debt to the world
banking system. Is get rid of money.
It's out dated. It's old world. It might be good enough to get us through till we figure out a better replacement but in order to advance it has to
be replaced other wise we are stuck.
You may be asking what problems what things hold us back with money. I say to you people die everyday because of it.
Need I say more?
So what would I do what is my solution?
How about this. We all know that people need to contribute to society it is a must. We all know that the working class makes the world go round.
I propose a system based off ancient world and modern world ideas. Sometimes to take leaps forward you must take steps backwards.
All in all the past present and future must come together as one. Because even if it's old world. Ideas that would propel us further are lost in
Let's begin. First of all no one ever asks to be born. Idk about you but I don't remember wanting to be born here. I'm sure if I could have my pick
I would have picked a more advanced species to drive around in. This primitive model feels a bit well un-advanced.
So with that being said. Is it right to deny someone of simple basic needs to sustain a life. food,water, shelter?
Not it's not in fact the constitution even says life,liberty,and the pursuit of happiness. Ok wll what about them people that just be?
I have the answers. At least in my mind. Haven't heard a better solution from anyone yet.
Salvation is in contribution cards.
How does this work?
You get as card with a band on it much like a credit card or bank card. You go to wal-mart you get your groceries and the card gets swiped. A tag
comes up on their screen like when they ask you how old you are when you buy adult items.
It says so and so works at blah blah. And you walk out with your items.
The fact that you work gives you the right to have anything in the store. Of course as long as it's within the limits.
You wouldn't be able to walk out with 10 tv's. 3 per contributor would be the limit.
People that don't contribute only get basics like ramen noodles and bottled water or jugs filled from the sink.
Low income houses and abandoned buildings would be open to them for shelter.
Of course things like electricity and what not would only be available to contributors and heat would only be supplied to non contributors during
They live, We live. Their carrot that dangles in front of them are things like cell phones and all the things that come with electricity.
Those that contribute only have to work like 1 hr a day. In 8 hr shift 8 people will work one job. This puts more people in work and the employment
rates go up.
This also pulls people off the street.
So now that we got rid of money. We fixed homeless, and employment problems.
Many fast food chains throw away a lot of food that's been sitting around for a given amount of time. And consider it non profitable.
This food could be used to feed non contributors and starving kids in Ethiopia.
You say well it's not that healthy. i say it keeps you alive. Keeps you from starving.
I'm sure someone in africa or the streets of la would be happy with a half eaten cheeseburger.
Let's take away all the trash and give them food that doesn't have dirt and slobber all over it.
What are the pro's of this world?
Contributors only work 1 hr a day depending on the job. I'll admit their are jobs where the person would have to work 6 months normal like they do
Here's the catch those people get a vacation equal to what they worked. So if your an engineer and you spent 2 yrs on a building 8 hrs a day.
Take those hr's off. There is always a understudy or someone in the office who is just as qualified as you.
Contributors get to go around the world. Borders are down.
You don't like Mexican's flooding into United States go live in France.
One world and One happy place.
How great would be to take 23 hrs of the day to spend with your family and go to Japan?
Because of everything opening up to everyone it would allow for those who may not be as educated as everyone else to really see the world and educate
Imagine all the museums out their with ancient relics that hardly ever get seen by the average joe. And this little truth is why they might not be as
smart as someone who researches stuff.
What I'm saying think about the possibilities here.
With all this opening up it would demand a faster increase in economical technologies that are not so pollutant on the environment. Thus accelerating
our evolution to a brighter future.
Or should we stay where we are and eventually end this all in disaster?