posted on Oct, 10 2008 @ 01:47 PM
Attempting to live middle class, with technology is not a questionable dream, but the right of everyone, including the billions abused by our federal
reserve monetary system. The world has been shafted, as certain individuals contain most of the world's wealth, the Rothschild's apparently 1/3 to
1/2 off all the world's wealth in one family, according to which source you believe. Everyone in every country has been trapped in this insanity,
some brainwashed into thinking its not the system but the fault of the poor, though many see through it. But our landfills and filled with coffee
machines that leak and die several times a year, and all kinds of faulty goods that only a generation ago lasted for countless years, when
corporations still took pride in quality, and the price was modest in comparison to the average wage as well. And we are told the fault of the
landfills belongs to us, not the corporations and their degraded items made to last like the degraded lightbulb, and all their packagings, in a market
that is highly controlled, and very few farmers markets or year round grass roots free enterprises to buy a booth at.
The fault isn't in the dream of living decently, but in the system that forces slaughter of humans, and the degradation of the planet for the profit
of a few old men and their offspring.
We need to drive the message home that we will redesign our own communities, a moneyless resource community. We don't need to buy into Project Venus
with its large price tag. If many people step out together, who have lost homes and jobs, and pool their tools, they can build their own cob villages
and solar cells and windmills, and they can be connected and develop the future for all life on earth. Its time to so no to this system of winners
and losers, because in it, we all lose, and a couple ugly twisted old men hold the worlds purse, men who are so jaded that it takes the blood of
innocence to turn them on.