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Induced Desperation

25 Mar

As the monetary system drives us numbed into oblivion, new disease symptoms reveal themselves in the connected global population.     My latest favourite is that of Induced Desperation.

Humankind, having scientifically solved basically all the major challenges to successful sustainable existence, develops pretend ailments to prop up and justify it’s systemic fundamental flaws.

Where a society is perpetually reliant upon a continuous cycle of ‘growth’, the majority of it’s members must be maintained in a state of Induced Desperation, or perceived poverty. We see this everywhere. No matter how much we have, the Marketing experts (see next blog) keep us wanting, desperately, more.

As we witness. If humans feel desperate, or impoverished, they will naturally behave in desperate ways.

As is now obvious, treating the symptoms ; poverty, pollution, climate threats, animal welfare, obesity etc, is utterly futile.

When we abandon the Monetary System, the actual ailment, which we can now, all our ‘symptoms’ will naturally heal.


We don’t want jobs !

17 Sep

How long will it be before anybody realizes that ‘jobs’ are not going to get us out of this mess we’re in.


The machines do everything now. There will never be full employment again. Thank God !

Work =drudgery

‘Redundancy’ =Freedom

In the current paradigm, the system has us believing that a ‘job’ allows us access to life. So what happens when a technological gain replaces labourers ? Obviously, those humans lose their access to life.

Now the machines do nearly everything, human labour itself becomes redundant.

So, what do we do ? Easy. Stop using the money system, which merely ensures that most people remain desperate and poor as it funnels all planetary resources through a false control.

Without a money system, humans no longer have to compete and be slaves. They will co-operate and be free.