Tuesday, July 24, 2012

2012: Illuminati and the New World Order

There has been a lot of information cycling around about the Illuminati and the New World Order. Some people even living of those ideas like David Icke or Jordan Maxwell. Many people thinking that they have found something extraordinary about how the world is ruled, and how the majority of people are getting screwed by a small group. And while it might be interesting for a while, to learn about those theories, even just for a sake of getting a new perspective, it definitively has turned into an absolute excuse and a blame game for those who are so much involved in constantly reading about conspiracy theories.

In other words -- only listening and looking for info about how we are apparently ruled by 'the big brother' and believing that we cannot do nothing about -- is not how the reality of it looks like even when really considering this perspective. Because it wouldn't be to surprising that how the world currently looks like has been deliberately constructed by a group of people that has took the responsibility to set up a system to work in particular ways. It is also not surprising that creation of such a system would take deliberate effort of a group of people that has took it upon them to put it into place.

It's actually the most probable thing that could have happened. Now the problem here within blaming the system, blaming politicians, illuminati, bankers and whoever else. Is that it's completely and entirely pointless. Because if you don't like the current order of things and how the system works -- then changing it requires the same procedure in which it has been set up. It requires a group of people working deliberately towards a system that they will put into place with an agreement of the majority of people. That is pretty darn simple, and it's an obvious way to change the way things are. And that started to happen with the group called Desteni that work on developing and implementing a new economic system -- called Equal Money based on educating and giving responsibility to the common man -- instead of having a hierarchical order where the population is separated into masters and slaves.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

2012: Abuse is the foundation of capitalism

Abuse is a necessary part of capitalism. I write that, because I see people believing that it's just a 'terrible thing that happened', or 'bad luck' that someone is in a situation where they don't have the money to feed themselves, or that children have to work for 16 hours a day, or become prostitutes, or that war, or slave labour exists. And that belief is absolutely incorrect.

Capitalism is an unequal system, with masters and slaves. And the the freedom of some, is creating slaves. I mean if a person just live without doing any work -- who is doing all the work for him? It's simple, money buys labour, money buys resources. But did anyone ever considered, or remembered that land has never been assigned to anyone? Land as well as resources were not anyones property. You know how people got to possess land and property? (And that one is especially for all capitalists pacifists out there). Land and resources has been owned and possessed by people through VIOLENCE. Any kind of wealth and property in the form of land or resources that exists currently is in the hands of certain people/groups of people because at some point in the past it has been taken or defended through VIOLENCE. Capitalism in itself, has only changed this a bit (a bit, because war still exists in capitalism obviously -- as it's a system based on abuse, it's just that now the wars are deceptively presented like what is happening in Iraq or Afganistan). What has changed in capitalism, is that now, nobody needs to have 'blood on their hands' -- to kill someone or, to take away what they have. Now it's possible without even seeing who it is you're harming. You just get the benefits, without any guilt or worry. And all that is possible because of how money works in capitalism.

I mean -- who is responsible for starving people? We have around 7 billion people in the world, don't tell me that we cannot help those that aren't able to care for themselves. It would be enough to calculate how much food is needed, and for all the private companies producing food to produce the food needed, and for transportation companies to help transport the food. I mean there are certainly ways how countries could support that as well by lowering the taxation for such companies -- so that they could also get a benefit from helping those in need. I mean obviously it would cost, but if a big group would participate and organize themselves internationally, the costs wouldn't be that big -- and there are ways in the system to support that kind of activity to a certain degree.

The only problem here -- is that such actions in our system, doesn't create an incentive -- both for the countries, and for the companies and are simply perceived as a 'waste'. Why is that? Because capitalism is based on possession, and taking from another. So a gain only happens when one takes something away from another. It doesn't support cooperation and support between people just because they require help -- in capitalism people get together to profit together. Which is why organized crime thrives so much in our system. It simply works. And I mean -- what is the reason crime exists? It's because nothing is free, and you can buy almost anything with money (there is no responsibility involved in money, if you have money you can buy what you want) and obviously crime is a great business. And what is even more funny, crime is only crime because there are laws that call it crime. Banks, big corporations and politicians also participate in crime -- but since it's according to law, they aren't criminals.

I would call people making decisions to wage war against a weak country just for the sake of profit, a terrible crime. And that's absolutely immoral even to the commonly accepted definition of morality. But currently it's not often called war, even though they send an army that kills and bombs EVEN civilians (talking about good propaganda). And the soldiers that are pawns in this game, aren't called murderers (while they are just payed thugs that do the willing of those in power) but they are called heroes and are honored with all kinds of medals and awards for their actions (talking about good brainwashing).

But I mean, that's capitalism. That is our great economic system, where the master & slave relationship is called 'freedom'. As it carries a promise that one day maybe -- you will be the master, and will have slaves doing your dirty work, just because you have more money. And so it continues, and everyone tries to get just a little more money, to met their needs and to not get left out. Most people, are being just slaves for those with money -- yet they won't even realize that. It's so darn depressing to realize the chains that has bound you and will bind you to the rest of your life -- as well as they did your parents, and will bind your children. So it seems people don't even want to look at it. What's even worse, is that it's so 'not cool' to realize that you're also the part of the foodchain and you're abusing others through this system, and you also live out of slave labour.

I am only wondering -- how long will we live in this state of denial? How long will we accept this? I don't want to be a slave, and I don't want to have slaves. Currently I am part of this system and in this master & slave relationship whether I agree or not -- but I am responsible for it as well. And thus, I am suggesting for everyone that do realize that we're accepting this relationship, to take some time, and have a look, at how we're able to set up a system that would support everyone in a way that would consider all equally. I'm myself looking at the Equal Money solution. Because so far, that's the most reasonable solution presented that I've found.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

2012: Flaws in the design of our economic system - unemployment

This might be just a first part of a series of blogs about the flaws in the very design of the economic system (we’ll see about that in the future). I find it relevant to write about it, because I notice that flaws that are in the very design of the system, are not tackled, challenged, discussed, and because of that they are not being properly understood or considered. Those things seems to be perceived and accepted as ‘beyond’ change, and seems to be forgotten, even though they are present and influence our lives everyday, constantly.

So unemployment according to the definition on investorwords.com means: An economic condition marked by the fact that individuals actively seeking jobs remain unhired. Unemployment is expressed as a percentage of the total available work force. The level of unemployment varies with economic conditions and other circumstances. In other words, it means that unemployment is a countable value that represent people that are able to work, but have no work for one reason or another.

In capitalism and communism unemployment is a problem that requires to be taken care of constantly. The only difference is in how those systems deal with unemployment. In communism it’s the responsibility of the government to create jobs, in capitalism it’s up for the people, to find ways to sell something (and it doesn’t matter how and what – as long as it sells). And here It’s relevant to realize that the very workings of the money system haven’t been re-designed in those two most commonly known and popular models. Relevant, because people tend to connect equality and equalitarianism with communism, which is not what I suggest as a solution, as communism is flawed in the very design and based on the same flawed mechanisms as capitalism.

Now in terms of the nature and cause of unemployment, we must have a look at supply and demand of work. Because it is socially established, that to have an income – one must work. And currently as we have progressed and still progress in terms of technology – we do not require as much labor as in the past to produce things. That technological evolution then is progressively making many jobs obsolete. In other words there is a lower demand for work – simplistically, because it’s not needed. And the tries to solve this problem has caused the creation of consumerism, with all it’s twisted consequences like: overconsumption, planned obsolescence, senseless brainwashing advertisements, cult of perfection/beauty, self-identity and self-value based on possessions (need to change cell phones every year etc.). All those things, had been created and is being fed into people, so that they will through consumption of goods create jobs. All in the name of the ‘greater good’. We allow ourselves and our children to be a subject to constant brainwashing, so that the economic system is able to sustain itself.

Now to keep it short, I will not go into writing in detail about how insane it is to accept a system that isn’t supporting everyone, and is basically ruled by the survival of the fittest (because one can end up on the street, and without food with no support). We sacrifice our own sanity – just to keep such a system alive – as we allow a complete brainwashing on ourselves and our children just for the sake for it to work (all out of fear obviously). But let’s not even look at that, let’s just look at the sustainability of the system from the perspective of our own self-interest – as it’s impossible to over-consume forever, it’s harmful to stop technological advancement that can help people in various situations just for the reasons of job creation, and it’s simply so astonishingly stupid to continue like this. It’s like running around in circles. Which is absolutely pointless, as a system where unemployment is something inherently present in the very design of it - is going to keep us down as a society without a way out striving for survival and ‘something better’ in constant fear. It is IMPOSSIBLE to make such a system work without multiple flaws and drawbacks that will cause senseless suffering that is absolutely unnecessary, and is only a consequence of unreasonable management that is built around using fear as motivation.

Because that is what is the driving factor currently for people that work. They strive for work, because they need money, because if they don’t have money – they have nothing, and will not be protected by anything or anyone. Depending on the country they live in if they have no money, they will only get a certain amount of support – and they can loose their physical health, their psychological health, everything they have, being left without a place to live or any perspectives for the future, and the same happening to their children which is extremely cruel. And even if people don’t consciously, and constantly think about those things happening to them. They know, and they fear that – and are driven by this fear to get a job, and get money, so that they won’t end up like this.

To change that we need a new economic system. And to start approaching such a big task, we should start not only from the perspective of economic numbers, and knowledge that is known in this world about economy. But we must start from understanding what drives us, we must realize how we participate in the system, and how we make it work, as well as all other individual parts currently. Because we cannot change a system based on fear, to a new system if it’s going to be based on fear as well. It’s going to be the same thing with a new name. So to really ‘bite into’ that we must question ourselves, we must be self-honest and look at things as they are. Because currently we fear each other, and we fear for ourselves, and that is the driving force that keeps this system going. And in terms of ‘harvesting’ as a driving force people’s self-interest, ego, and all the fear that exist within us – the current economic system is doing a pretty good job. 

But this kind of living is to put it simply – fucked up. And creates countless problems. As it’s based on avoiding the issues that we face, designed to amplify our egos, and make fools out of us. But that happens because we want to be fooled. And at this rate we’re doing a pretty good job with fooling ourselves, because we live in an unsustainable system, that will be consequentially collapsing and in that process will create great amounts of needless suffering – and while that is what we face as a collective, almost nobody is challenging the system actually, as to challenge the system in fact means to also challenge oneself. Because if the system is only blamed without understanding how we’re taking part in creating it – then the issue is not even being touched at all, and stays absolutely out of reach, not even mentioning the actual changing of it.

So consider that, to change the ‘bigger picture’, we must take on the source of it. The economic structure that is currently set up didn’t came from thin air. It has been shaped by those who have lived within it. So it shows very well who we in fact are. As the current system, shows the nature of it’s creators, as it represents the laws and agreements which consist out of what we accept and allow individually, in a democratic fashion. As what you accept and allow within your life/world is an equal vote which constitute the reality that we create and have power over. And that reality that we have power over are the systems of the humans, where the economic system is the very base/root system that allows us to survive and support ourselves. If you can see the point that I've written about here and would like to look at more closely, or participate in taking on that issue – you might be interested in checking out desteni.org and equalmoney.org – where we as individual people from all around the world are looking at our accepted nature and it’s consequences. And through that looking for ways how to tackle that and in fact change in the direction of what is best for all living things.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

2012: In capitalism life is gambling

We live in a world where billions of people are having problems with feeding themselves. While many people believe that we live in a free world. Why is that? Well mostly those folks are from the richer countries, so it’s not hard to trace where their idea of freedom comes form – yes you’ve probably guessed it, it comes from the money they have in their pockets, and their ability to replenish it steadily. If it weren’t for the money, it would be pretty hard for anyone to believe that they are free, and that they live in a free world.

Now this situation is not something that ‘just is’ as some like to portray it. And it’s not something that can be ‘fixed’ by donating some money to those that lack. This problem cannot be solved in this way, because the very monetary system that we live in is made in such a way. The very design of capitalism is based on lack. It’s based on lack being the motivation. Therefore this very lack, and the fear of it is necessary for the economy to work in the way it’s been designed to work. So – believing that charities will change the world, is based on the lack of understanding of how the system that we live in works. We don’t live in a world where we have a system that is a support foundation based on what is best for all living beings. No – it’s a system that is based on greed (people wanting more) and fear (people fearing to loose everything they have and literally dying). And it seems that we don’t see it at all. It seems that we have so much got into it, that it’s even hard to consider that there is or can be something else. Being pretty much like stuck in a box of conditioning.

But I mean – if there would be any common sense approach accepted collectively – we would invest a lot in of resources into studying how to build up an effective system. And that is not being done. And considering that is almost seen as a form of heresy. Which in itself should at least raise an eyebrow. I mean – we know that our current system is based on the survival of the fittest with a mixture of luck – and we know that those who ‘loose the game’ get really fucked. Yet we don’t try to establish a system that would work. I understand that capitalism works for some – but it doesn’t work for many. How can that be accepted? Why is nobody questioning the political and economic arena and asking – why aren’t we looking for new ways? It’s obvious that we won’t make capitalism work for everyone. Just look at the very basic principle of capitalism. It’s based on getting something at the expense of another. The wealthy countries aren’t just prosperous based on them being ‘awesome’ and only because they are independently strong and able to take care of themselves. It’s pretty much hard, and for many countries impossible to take care of themselves. As to satisfy the needs of people, countries has to trade resources. And most of countries aren’t able to exist just by themselves, and simply require to import resources/products/materials as well as labor. And that isn’t done in a ‘fair’ or equal way. There is a difference in what money is worth in different countries. And therefore, there is a difference in what labor is worth in different countries. And that is being greatly abused in capitalism. And the reason/source of this abuse of inequality is the basic principle of capitalism – the principle of ‘supply and demand’.

Differently to how some think about supply and demand - it has nothing to do with equality, and has nothing to do with equal labor. It has nothing to do with anything that is moral – in fact. What is the ‘dark side’ of supply and demand, and of what the term actually stands for is: “if you really need something – you will pay for it no matter what is the price”. That is the actual usage of the supply and demand principle in this world. It is the very truth of capitalism that makes child prostitution an acceptable thing. It is the principle that makes child labor ok. It is the principle that makes people pay for having access to water. It is the principle that makes it ok for people to work for 16 hours per day for money that makes it hard to even feed themselves (not mentioning their family). The fact that the supply and demand principle is not being questioned and doesn’t get reviewed and don’t cause people to come back to the ‘drawing board’ in working and researching a new approach proves that our politicians and the academic community of intellectuals is full of cowards who place self-interest above everything else. Because people that study those things, are able to see those relationships that are shaped and are at work in a capitalistic system. And should concentrate around researching a new system, because what we currently have is utterly unacceptable in every way. And it doesn’t require getting a degree to see that our current world system is fucked up, it only takes putting yourself in someone else’s shoes…

Furthermore capitalism turns life into gambling. Education currently is gambling – you have to bet on a good profession, or you might end up without being able to work in the area that you’ve studied. Opening your own business is gambling, you must invest, and you might win, or get into debt. Starting a family is gambling – you might loose your job, and how will you support your children without money? Having any kind of relationships with people is gambling – you never know who you can trust, and who will try to just use you for their own self-interest. Buying anything is gambling – you never know if the product you have just bought isn’t made to break down just few weeks after the guarantee, as products are made to break down fast to generate more sales. And that also go with buying anything from the very small, to the very big – it’s always a question if what you’ll buy won’t be overpriced, and made from crappy materials – just to get money from you. You can get robbed, attacked on the street, your car can be stolen etc. etc. – and the more you have, the bigger is the likelyhood something like this might happen to you. I’m not even going to mention all the types of scams that exist in this world in terms of people promising to sale someone something that will ‘help them’ apparently. Like all the ponzi schemes, pyramid schemes, spiritual teachers that sell their books promising better health/life whatever else – which goes on like endlessly. And all of those are just a few ‘children of capitalism’. A system of deception, survival of the fittest (which in human terms means, survival of the most immoral), and a system of gambling and war - as wars are fought for resources and for money – and winning resources and money is the basic principle of capitalistic self-interest. And this self-interest is presented in capitalism as a ‘good thing’. It is in fact the ‘engine’ of capitalism, and it is perceived to be an incredible system, as it utilize the very self-interest of humanity to make things come about. But as far it makes things get done – it certainly have MASSIVE consequences, that are shoved under the carpet by the mainstream media and representatives.

What we need is to simply get down to the ‘drawing board’ and investigate how to create an equal and free world (as equality and freedom cannot exist without each other). It’s nothing ‘out of the ordinary’ it’s something that is suppressed by those who put self-interest above all, and is accepted to be suppressed by those who allow themselves to get suppressed by their fears and inhabitations as their back-chat. While in fact, there is nothing ideological or mysterious about it, it’s pure practical consideration. And that is what we’re working towards with, with Equal Money. Join us and stand up from the position of being a part of the problem to which position we all have been born into without any say in it as mere participants in a system of self-interest and ignorance, and become a part of the solution. Nobody is going to magically ‘lift us up’ from this mess if we don’t do it ourselves, and we can only establish a new system together.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

2012: The supply and demand religion

Ok, so today I would like to introduce you to something that we all heard throughout our lives, and that we all have a basic understanding of – which is the basis of the (so called) free market, which is: supply and demand. The point is quite cool to have a look at to really understand the differentiation between economy in terms of what is really going on with money, goods, services and lives – and economic theories and ideologies.

Supply and demand – if you have some conversations with people who tend to discuss economic subjects and defending this point – is seen as a form of equality on which our economy is based on. What I mean by that, is that it is perceived as some kind of a “natural law” or “natural balance” of “how things work” in this reality in terms that people apparently get paid based on the support that they provide for their fellow citizens. Where for instance one person is a carpenter, and make tables – as it’s his job, and someone else is for instance a dentist that fixes other people teeth and so every job that ‘supplies’ an actual service that there is a ‘demand’ for, is being a part of the process of exchange of goods and services and according to the level of demand for the services or goods he provides – he is getting paid. Which is basically the ideology and the theory of the free market, which entails a sense of “equality” within that – because you’re getting paid according to how you’re ‘supplying’ the ‘demand’, which is nothing else then working towards satisfying the needs of others – therefore should create a state where everyone has a chance, as long as they support their fellow human beings.

In reality this tacitly implied idea of equality that is being carried with the economic ideology of supply and demand is non-existent. Why is that? Well, because people aren’t equal in “the playing field”. What that means? It means that the whole utopian ideology of supply and demand – first of all – doesn’t consider wealth in it’s airy-fairy approach of “work hard, and you’ll succeed”. And I mean, I am not only talking about some having more money then others – that is obvious – what I mean here is that even the resources on our planet are privately owned. So it’s not even that someone has less money then the other guy, and is having problems with starting something themselves – they actually have to buy the resources that in the first place wasn’t owned by no one, as they came from the earth.

And to understand this a bit better, you have to have a look at reality, and how this world functions. Because we tend to believe that money is the most relevant resource in this world (because that is how it seems in our personal lives) – but if we really investigate it to it’s root, it’s nothing more then paper that we just agreed upon as a means of trade. The real value is in work, the real value is in resources, items and services that makes our lives work, makes it comfortable, and give us the ability to eat, be healthy and provide us with what we require to develop and work with things (like tools and equipment). In all this, money is just the exchanging material that is valid only because of the exchange mechanism that we agree upon.

And based on understanding that, have a look now at how the actual values in this world are resources, goods and services – because they are what makes our lives tick. And from that perspective we can notice that the tacitly implied equality in the ideology of supply and demand is fake, as those with wealth, are able to generate more wealth and those without it, are forced to struggle and do whatever they must to get their cut of the resources/services/goods they require – else they aren’t able to live, or are forced to live at a very low or inhumane standard of life. Therefore it is relevant to realize that the ideology of supply and demand of how apparently everything works together in unison, has nothing to do with reality, as it creates a fake tacitly implied idea of equality through labor while not considering resources in that at all. It’s also pretty funny that the ideology of capitalism is based on the same idea as the communistic ideology which is that we can be equal through labor – isn’t it? But going back to the discussion, this utopian idea of supply and demand and how it ‘should’ work apparently doesn’t consider resources, which come from the earth – meaning everyone has equal rights to them. Which reveals the scam and the flaw that this ideology approves of when practically applied, which seems to not be taken in consideration when people approach supply and demand ideologically – instead of how it actually works in fact and what it practically implies.

Currently resources are privately owned – meaning that we’re not equal, and we aren’t able to equalize ourselves through labor in capitalism. Some may get lucky and win a “jackpot” and get to a position of having wealth – then they might see the system as fair. But that’s all just because of the movement of wealth. And in all that, I haven’t even talked about how people have different physical disabilities or dysfunctions, and learning abilities as well. Obviously in our current free market system, based on the ideological concept of supply and demand – such points are deciding about who has a decent life, and who doesn’t. Who can take care of themselves, and who will die. Yes, even though there are some institutions and laws that try to in some way fix some of the flaws in this area – it’s pretty much a very general and flawed way of support. It obviously doesn’t equalize the playing field, it just “support the less fortunate” to a degree. But no one is noticing that they aren’t less fortunate because there is something wrong with them – they are less fortunate because our lives are governed by a cruel system based on a flawed ideology that benefits the egos of some, while sucking others dry, and using them as slaves or let them die – when they aren’t of any use.

In fact this is not an ideological issue, or a religious issue, or an opinion issue, or whatever issue somebody may make out of it – just to deny the reality of what’s going and turn it into an argument (as it has been proven multiple times with responses I’ve seen towards the Equal Money System). This issue that we’re facing is a result of our collective allowance. And don’t get me wrong here – yes, supply and demand is an ideology – but it’s not the problem of the ideology itself that we’re faced with. The ideology is just a way to deceive for some, and for others to deceive themselves, to run away from what we’ve allow to happen every day.

The reality is that people are killed, people are made slaves, people are humiliated and abused – I am not even talking about the animals because this is to extensive to mention here. The reality is that it’s going on constantly and continuously, and there is no ‘easy’ solution that would be just a handy ideology on which we could rebuilt this hell again. We don’t need revolutions through conflict or war, because they doesn’t change anything, and will not change anything (why aren’t we learning from history?). What we require is to actually start considering those that are ‘below us’ in the food chain. What we require is to become self-honest with what we’re doing, what is around us, who we influence, how we contribute to what is going on, how we accept abuse in our lives, how we accept abuse in the world. And then within realizing that step by step, on an individual level – learn to change into a way of living that would be best for all. Many people talk about 2012, new age, ascension and things like that. But we don’t need to ascend, and we don’t have anywhere to ascend to. We already destroy our environment and others in an attempt to run away from this world and our lives, and what we don’t accept or don’t want to see in ourselves. We already create and live within our egos, which are imagined, and made up ideas of ‘who we are’ according to how we create them. We don’t need to ascend, we already are ascended where we are able to have comfort in expense of others – through abusing other life forms, and having slaves. What we require is to become real, and do something with what we’ve been trying to run away from for so long. And that is ourselves, and what we accept in our own lives and in ourselves. Only this way, through self-honesty, we are able to see what is real. And only then in self-honesty, we are able to forgive ourselves for what we’ve accepted and allowed within ourselves, and for what we’ve been a part of in this world.

 Equal Money is not a set system, or something ideologically based. Yes it is not – however someone might see it. Equal Money means equalizing the way of distribution of goods and services. It has nothing to do with ideologies or utopias – which many people accuse it to be. Which is pretty much mind boggling to see, because we currently live in a system based on an ideology of supply and demand, and that ideology as every ideology is utopian in nature, as it’s just a theory. In reality it creates enormous inequality and abuse. And just because this ideology doesn’t work, we believe that it’s unavoidable? Come on, are we that stupid? We base our economic system, the system that govern our life on some theory/ideology of “how it should work”, and it doesn’t work like we want. And then we assume that it’s impossible to do it better? While it’s simple that ideologies cannot work practically, because they are just ideologies. What we need is to really take into consideration the needs of every living being, and create a logistic structure so that everything is taken care of sufficiently. That is Equal Money, it’s a common sense approach to how to practically solve this bowl of shit that is called economy currently. To take out the ideologies, and “talking heads” as politicians, that only make a show – and set up a system through democratic means of finding ways and solutions that would be best for all. Is that a big task? Yes. Is that impossible? No. So what the fuck are we thinking?

I mean, this is really fucked up, and I don’t see any valid reason why we shouldn’t come to an agreement once and for all, and realize that we have the means (internet) to utilize real democracy – where the majority rule is decided by the majority and not by few. It is already technologically possible, to get together and decide on a system not based on ideology. And the solution is simple. It has been proposed for some time by Desteni already. Let’s agree to a principle that is universal. Let’s agree to a principle that is simple and practical, and that benefits all equally. Let’s agree to something most of us already would agree if we haven’t been traumatized by the survival systems of deception and greed. And that is simply practical equality, which is agreeing that every decision should be based on what is BEST FOR ALL – equally. And such a system requires real democracy, so if you’re up for change – and you realize the flawed system that made a prison out of this planet through our own acceptance where we chosen are egos and greed over life – start developing yourself in self-honesty, and learn to forgive yourself, and start again to give yourself a chance and to give everyone and everything else a chance. It’s really up to us, and it has always been up to us. The governments are here, because we don’t want to take self-responsibility, it’s like with children that require governance. We don’t have to live this way, but first we have to realize our equality, stop our grown out of proportion egos and become self-responsible.

Friday, January 13, 2012

No more defense mechanisms in an Equal Money System – FAQ

Defense mechanism is a term primarily coming from psychology, but probably most people would have at least one example of a defense mechanism popping up in their head, when hearing the term – and it would more or less probably still fit the definition of defense mechanism. I’m saying that, because we face many situations in everyday life where we face examples of defense mechanisms of others or our own, or even see it in completely different areas, like for instance animals having specific behavioral defense mechanisms that they use to survive a confrontation with a predator. In essence defense mechanisms are behavioral or psychological (and often mixture of both) patterns of reactionary behaviors or/and mental processes.

 Now, the topic of this writing is the end of the whole phenomena of defense mechanism in an Equal Money System. And if you’ve studied and followed what the Equal Money System is, you will already realize how the implementation of an Equal Money System will lower the fear of survival factor, in all areas of life, and for living beings generally – and thus it will obviously cause defense mechanisms to become for a very big part useless. And if they will become useless, then the best way to live would be to actually live, and not be so much concerned about defending yourself. And if you find that a bit ‘too much positive attitude’, and that people will not change so easily – have a look at the following. Defense mechanisms are coming from the initial danger that is there. They are all a response to living within an environment where there is a threat against which defense is required. Thus, we are practically, constantly building up all kinds of defenses against what can happen, because we are aware such things can happen. And it is both the physical practical ones (like hitting someone back when we get hit), or the psychological ones, where we are for instance fearing being honest to someone, because they can take advantage of that, or where we are constantly ready to being attacked in some way by someone and in that, being ready to respond to that verbal attack in a similar way. Now have a look at the following – in the past, it was a normal thing that people would fortify their towns or villages – because there was always a threat of some other unknown or rival tribe attacking them for instance. People used to travel with having a sword or a gun by their belt all the time, or even wearing armor if we’re talking about medieval times. You can obviously go forth with that and research history on this point of defenses that people have been setting up – because there was a threat existent, and how many of such defenses became non-existent.. 

Obviously now many of those things seems pretty silly. And the reason why is that – is because the threats have changed. Therefore we no longer require a defense mechanism like that. It simply became obsolete as the situation changed. And that is exactly what will happen to all defense mechanisms in an Equal Money System through time. When the threat will be dealt with – the defense mechanism will become useless, and will die out naturally. So for instance the first generation living under the Equal Money System will still have the remembrance of living in a system where money and goods are scarce – therefore they will still have certain defense mechanisms within them that will require to be released, but may be there till the rest of their lives to the point of fearing poverty or lack. But the new generation of children might see that as something surreal or bizarre, because for them it will be simply something from a history book. 

And the same goes with any other threat that exists. If we’re talking about defense mechanisms towards people, like fearing to be verbally attacked, or judged, or being abused in some way. It all depends on the threat that is existent. When we’ll be able to get rid of some of the threats that we currently have (like the economic one) we will move on with working on other threats. And we will intensively look at prevention of any kinds and forms of abuse. So that we can stop such things in very early stages, so that people won’t have to develop defense mechanisms, and all kinds of issues that will later on cause them to have irrational fears or anxieties. It will all be part of the process we will all take part in, after establishing Equal Money. So that we can actually live a life with minimized threats, and where all forms of mental disorders where people go into abusing others around them, will be sorted out when happening, and hopefully prevented before any serious harm is done. And that’s how – we’ll get rid of the threats, and with getting rid of the threats we’ll get rid of the defense mechanisms that we develop because of the threats that we try to defend ourselves from.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

No more family drama! About nothing – Equal Money System FAQ

According to my understanding of the phrase family drama – it stands for troublesome situations and problems within the family in relation to the family that are created out of thin air – meaning that it is blowing things out of proportion, and through reactions of the family members making nothing into a big deal, or when facing a real problem – making it worse through the same process. I’m starting with my definition of the phrase, because it seems to be quit a new phrase in use, and I haven’t been able to find an exact and precise definition of it.

What family drama has to do with money? And also what does it has to do with the change of the money system to a system of equality? Well, basically the family unit currently functions as a survival unit – we no longer live in ‘packs’ as animals do, we now have families, and family connections serve the same purpose. So the underlying function of the family is survival. And because there is such an underlying cause as survival, it causes people to suppress all kinds of reactions and prevents them from expressing themselves, because of the point of survival. Meaning that people just ‘shut their mouths’, because it’s easier to just ’get by’ and accept whatever is coming their way from and within the family, because that way they will have support and won’t risk losing it.

Now in terms of why and how all kinds of family drama is created – it is because the suppressed stuff (that I have just mentioned) has to have an outflow somewhere. So all the reactions, suppressed emotions, feelings of blame, jealousy etc. etc. etc. that is accumulated within family members, because they suppress it because they know that they have to depend on their family, because it’s their base survival unit – is simply having an outflow in situations of family drama. In such moments all the suppressed stuff gets an opportunity to ‘get out’ in a way that is somehow justified. It’s actually no different to any kind of suppression, it all works in the same way – the suppressed stuff will find another way of ‘getting out’.

Now, what Equal Money will change in this matter is much wider then just the point of survival, because it will also provide education on the matter, and will change the total environment of the human. But by sticking only to the point that I’ve taken on to write about in this blog – the survival point, that is underlying the functioning of family will be out of the picture. Meaning that people won’t ‘have to’ accept certain points, because they will be able to live themselves. Obviously children will still require care, but after a certain age people will be able to just live by themselves, and won’t have to live with family members that are harming them through not dealing with their own problems. And also the whole survival thing within families – except for taking care of children and family members that are unable to take care of themselves – will change, as people will not be financially dependent on their family members in anyway whatsoever. So people will not just try to keep relations with family members for the sake of survival, and thus therefore the self-suppression just because of survival within families – will be no more. And without the suppressions – that are the fuel of the whole phenomena of family dramas – they will run out of fuel, meaning that the very reason why they happen will be depleted. So it will be stopping the problem in it’s very root, and thus it will bring permanent change, which will be the end of all the unnecessary family drama – which will then become pathological event, and not everyday life.

And also, because the survival will no longer be a matter of family, the underlying function of family will be of support. Not financial support, but real support. Now that is distorted, because the survival overwrites the aspect of support for which the family should be there for. A support between equals, without suppressed emotions, resistances, and gossip – that is the change that the Equal Money System will bring forth to what family is. Investigate what we’re all about, and join the solution, because no one else is going to save the world, or for that matter – destroy it (as in the 2012 prophecies). It has always been only us that has been here, having an impact on what’s here – all of us collectively, and as we’ve managed to create of this world a hell for many and a heaven for few, we could just as well make it into a heaven for everyone and everything.