Only humans would create a system where we give value to little pieces of paper that determines who lives and who dies. We don’t need to have a system which requires us to obtain this paper in order to have access to food, water, clothing, health, shelter and more; life on this planet should be free for everybody. Unfortunately we continue to see worth in something that is not even real. Our desires and goals have been programmed into us. We want materialistic things, but only because we have been made to want them. It’s time to let go of this system, get in touch with ourselves and find what we truly want, not what someone else tells us to want.
Gone are the days where possible solutions are not feasible to implement. We have more than enough resources to provide for everyone. Economics and finance are just excuses used as to why we cannot implement them. The way we do things here on Earth is not working, and a growing majority are feeling the need for change. That collective feeling is pushing us towards action, with many doing whatever they can to help create change the best way they know how.
Why we still chose to believe that money is a necessity for survival is beyond me. Money is not a necessity for survival, cooperation is. We’ve been led into a system that forces us to fend for ourselves, and as a result we’ve neglected that part within us that knows better. Money is a tool used to boost our ego, create separation, promote greed and loose sight of what is really valuable on this planet. It controls our everyday lives and dictates why we do things and how we do them. Money makes us dependent on someone else, when we could easily be dependent on ourselves. While participating in the chase for money, we’ve neglected ourselves, our planet and every being that resides upon it.
We don’t have to limit ourselves to this type of thinking, we can create something better here. We can have a system that gives everybody more than what they could have imagined, without money, but with cooperation and learning how to live in balance and harmony with the planet.
One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back – Carl Sagan
It’s not a secret anymore, an elite group of people and the corporations they run have control over our energy, food supply, education, health care and almost every aspect of our lives. Within these industries is a great need for change, and multiple solutions are available for each. This used to be a conspiracy, now it’s a global fact. They do this by controlling the source of money.
Money isn’t real. It requires us to value it. When people are denied basic human rights because they don’t have any, it’s criminal. The girl in the video below makes some excellent points. One of them being, if you go to the bank and ask for 10 000 dollars, the bank will electronically type into your account that exact amount. This is all they do, they don’t print any money, they just put the money into your account on a computer screen. From that moment you start paying interest on money that does not exist, and never did. Banks have approximately nine times as much money loaned out as they do in their vaults, this is possible because of what is refereed to as fractional reserve lending. The federal reserve is legally aloud to determine how much a bank can have on reserve.
If you deposit 10,000 into a bank, the bank sets aside 10 percent and then loans out the rest of your money. If another person comes into the bank and asks for a loan for a car, the bank will loan out a percentage of the money you originally deposited, which means it’s not there anymore. The borrower then pays the person selling the car, and they go deposit that into another bank which is part of the same central banking system. That deposit is treated the exact same way, and the process continues.
At the end of the day, in the current paradigm we are living in it’s easy to see how money is a necessity. We do need it to eat and put clothes on our back. On the other hand, it occupies the mind of so many, and drives their entire life. Handing your power over to something so ridiculous can make one loose sight of what’s really important. This system we have created, a system that requires us to obtain pieces of paper in order to acquire basic needs is one we don’t need to play with anymore. The human race is capable of much more than this.