Much debate riddles the alternative community on the future of the global monetary system. Somewhere in the throes of clamorous opinions, solutions are birthed out of the demand for real change – real change, not a topical fix or a rehashed system under a new name.
It seems there is one global consensus: the system is rigged, controlled, and oppressive. With news recently coming out of an Oxfam report that the 62 richest people on the planet own more wealth than half of all of humanity combined, we are increasingly forced to cope with the reality that megalomaniacal globalists are at the helm and are steering us into the rocks.
Beating a Dead Horse?
For Dauntless Dialogue readers, this is nothing shocking. We have repeatedly addressed the global economy and have presented viable alternatives and explored theoretical social systems that, if implemented, might correct many of the symptomatic wrongs stemming from the Babylonian Money Magic System.
Here are just a few of the controversial topics I have written about on this matter:
The reality is that no matter how confusing or boring this subject is to you, no matter how much the New Age Movement has indoctrinated you to “ignore negativity,” the monetary system is potentially the linchpin in the New World Order’s plans. It is the loaded gun to man’s temple, and it is the bottom floor on their house of cards. For without money, they cannot operate in their traditional fashion. Without debt, they cannot enslave and occupy us. Without banks, they cannot leverage international trade deals. By rigging the game, they are able to win because the masses are forced to play by their rules.
Money is the blood of the elite. The global monetary system is most certainly relevant to them, so by extension it should be relevant to us even if we plan to use their machine against them as a defensive maneuver. The enemy is using tanks, so we must take into consideration a war strategy that can avoid or defeat the tanks.
The Competition Fallacy
It has been put forward as capitalistic gospel: competition breeds innovation and is the mechanism of progress. We are told that if we look to nature, competition is the most powerful force behind evolution. The emergence of new genetic traits in a species is like a company innovating a product to stay ahead of the competition.
But is competition truly most responsible for progress and evolution?
Michael Tellinger is a revisionist historian and researcher who has been advocating an ancient African philosophy called Ubuntu. Although this word has many definitions, it primarily refers to contributionism, a moneyless social system based on voluntarism and resource abundance through technology. It has been gaining much attention around the world as the global monetary-market paradigm is increasingly destabilizing.
Tellinger purports that collaboration is the most powerful force behind progress in nature. When you consider that single-celled organisms eventually bonded together to form multi-celled organisms, which formed specialized organ systems and eventually brains capable of higher cognition, it is remarkable how much cooperation between cells and even different species of bacteria can actually achieve.
A Natural Law Resource-Based Economy
If you understand that the global monetary system has an inevitable expiration date no matter how much work is done to restore voluntarism and free-market practices (due largely to irreversible trends of technological unemployment and the displacement of human labor by mechanized automation) then you will see that a transitional economy is needed to elevate civilization to our next plateau. Indeed, every single economy can be labeled transitional, because society is emergent as we grow intellectually, socially, technologically, and spiritually as a collective organism.
Peter Joseph, founder of the Zeitgeist Movement, is the leading proponent for a Natural Law Resource-Based Economy. Like Ubuntu, it is a cashless society based on voluntarism and contributionism.
Evolution is Literally a Choice
Bruce Lipton, PhD, is an American developmental biologist famous for popularizing the scientific grounds that thoughts and emotions influence DNA with his 2005 book Biology of Belief – Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles as well as his 3 other books.
The [biggest] myth-perception that is affecting us right now is the Darwinian belief that evolution is based on a struggle for survival with the fittest being the winner. So what all this leads to is a belief of materialization (that matter is all there is), that people fight over the matter, (because whoever has the most matter wins according to the Darwinian theory of having the most, being the winner, and being the fittest), and it makes the whole world based on competition.
The new science completely undermines that whole thing because new science says the evolution is based on cooperation. And if you don’t cooperate, then the whole thing is lost. What we’re seeing right is now is with all the competition of each other – destroying each other, wars, competing for material existence, raping the planet, tearing it apart to get some pieces of it to hold in your hands and say you won the game – every one of those moves is destructive, not just of the planet but of human civilization. Human civilization will thrive with cooperation and die with competition. – Bruce Lipton, Kymatica
Dr. Mercola wrote an article exploring one of the most fascinating science experiments performed on gene expression in which lactose-intolerant bacteria chose to upgrade their DNA when placed in a petri dish with lactose as their only food source.
In the featured article, Eriksen describes the experiments of John Cairns, a British molecular biologist who in 1988 produced compelling evidence that our responses to our environment determine the expression of our genes. A radical thought, for sure, but one that has been proven correct on multiple occasions since then.
Cairns took bacteria whose genes did not allow them to produce lactase, the enzyme needed to digest milk sugar, and placed them in petri dishes where the only food present was lactase. Much to his astonishment, within a few days, all of the petri dishes had been colonized by the bacteria and they were eating lactose. The bacterial DNA had changed in response to its environment. This experiment has been replicated many times and they have not found a better explanation than this obvious fact – that even primitive organisms can evolve consciously.
So, information flows in both directions, from DNA to proteins and from proteins to DNA, contradicting the “central dogma.” Genes can be activated and de-activated by signals from the environment. The consciousness of the cell is inside the cell’s membrane. Each and every cell in our bodies has a type of consciousness. Genes change their expression depending on what is happening outside our cells and even outside our bodies.
Bruce Lipton concludes,
It’s not the physical matter that’s most important, it’s the invisible stuff you can’t see. Because it’s invisible fields, the energy fields, that shape matter in the same way that a magnet can cause the shape of metal filings. Our minds are shaping the world. So whatever we believe is like a magnetic field that shapes our biology and our lives to conform to the belief. So I said, if that’s true, then all of a sudden we should put more emphasis on the mind than on the body part. And if we change our beliefs, we can save our world. – Bruce Lipton
I found it sad that earnest discussion of the Zeitgeist Movement is outright banned by the moderators of the official Ubuntu forum. For a community that preens itself as “solution through contribution” and “unity within community,” it is hypocritical and self-destructive to engage in censorship. Their reasoning is that the Zeitgeist Movement has political and anti-religious sentiments. Perhaps Ubuntu itself is trending more towards an unquestionable religion than a movement for social progress. Even someone like me who has an insatiable thirst for this sort of material was disenchanted by this. There is clearly little interest in unity or collaboration, let alone forming an alliance with the Zeitgeist Movement, an organization that is already well-established around the world and boasts millions of intelligent members seeking social reform with a similar endgame. I believe Ubuntu has shot itself in the foot by disallowing conversation of the Zeitgeist Movement.
A Collaborative Future
We must together build the bridge into the next dimension of the human experiment for the wheels of progress to carry us into Lessons not yet known. Before we endow subsequent generations with the problems of our era, let us do our best to make amends and fix the broken systems we have erected. Let us stop the Wheel of Karma for our generation and its legacy on this planet. Let us improve the soil for the seeds of tomorrow, even if we will not be alive for the harvest.
We make humble strides in our personal lives attempting to control outcomes, while the fate of society is left to the whims of sycophants. Activists often miss their mark because they do not address the philosophical levers of man’s existence. All the placards in the world will not amount to much change if we ourselves are not willing to change.
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