Equal Money and Communism

Perspectives by Destonians on how Communism is not the current solution in this world.

Anna Brix Thomsen

The thing with communism is that it is all about "fighting" and "revolting" against the establishment. Thus there is no self-responsibility for all as a whole and division and separation is ironically upheld by the continuous insisting on it. The realization is important – yet it is vital that we move from the realization into actually changing what is here and not accepting separation within the solutions that we implement. So it is obvious that a change that is born from fighting and resisting an oppressive establishment will keep existing in this "spirit" unless it transforms itself into a sustainable community. That is why communist regimes fall. An Equal Money System has nothing to do with communism – because it is not based on theoretic ideas of equality born from a revolting activism – but is equality in fact – a practical activism that unites that which has been divided. It is the equation that equate itself.

Marlen Vargas Del Razo

Exactly, I made a video – yet haven’t posted it – on how Occupy Wall Street is like communism on how it’s the ‘now’ proletarians revolting against the ‘elite/ bourgeoisie’ wanting to now ‘take the power back’ and essentially fighting against them which is the entire ‘revolting’ which is also promoted by people like Max Keiser. Instead of simply promoting a solution that can be implemented through democratic means –

Though as we’ve gotten perspective, OWS is for now part of the process that some have to walk through only to then realize:oh shit, we’ve got to actually do something else than just revolting against the system.

Equal Money hence has nothing to do with overcoming the elite, but simply dignifying the lives of all living beings as an overall reform that won’t only change the way money exists but how the human being considers itself within this world as part of the whole.
This recognition is being ignited within people protesting at the moment, yet there’s no direction to it and such direction implies self responsibility = Practivisim: I become the change that I want to see and be in this world – I make sure I am part of the solution by stopping myself and not by joining a crusade that will lead to another winning/losing existence.

 

Some comment exchanges on YouTube in our Equal Money System videos:

 

  •            whotheme 46 minutes ago

    @MarlenLife I have a question for you: Let´s presume for a second, the equal money system was to be established worldwide and every newborn child on earth had a fair chance for survival and an acceptable lifeexpectancy. How would you deal with overpopulation (which obviously would explode off the charts!)?

  • MarlenLife 1 sec ago

    @whotheme overpopulation is happening already whether you have equal money or NOT therefore I have no answer for that because we haven’t even solved that in the current system. My perspective is there’s obviously lack of education and many that live in extreme poverty have more kinds that your average middle class. This also places into perspective what determines birth rate: money or the lack of it which implies lack of education and means for birth control –

  •            Laughingblades 3 hours ago

    And I’m a democratic socialist promoting a system in which workers own the work place and the people own the state, where by law everyone is equal in rights and privileges and even garbage collectors can hold their heads high like they do in Denmark.

  • MarlenLife 2 hours ago

    @Laughingblades How about creating a system that supports everyone Equally with everyone taking care of the maintenance of the system through an Equal Money System which is equating life and the actual tangible goods and services that can be provided for all as a birth right. So, we could implement such living standard for everyone regardless of where they are in the world. A dignified living for all. Research equalmoney . org

  • Laughingblades 40 minutes ago

    @MarlenLife Not everyone is equally skilled and motivated, and not everyone wants the same things, but I do support the ultimate goal of everyone having equal access, I simply see socialism as a step towards that goal. Socialism works with a flawed humanity that has far to grow and socially evolve before anything like Communism can actually work, but ultimately I want a world in which most labor is handled by machines, everyone has access to resources, and human beings have no use for money.

  • MarlenLife 1 second ago

    @Laughingblades skills are currently limited to people not having enough money to train themselves for that. Equality does not mean you’ll always ‘want the same as the other’ no – it is about having the same access to what is here for everyone to have a dignified living = equal access. Let’s forget about socialism and communism that have proven themselves to fail already. Investigate Equal Money System -We Can make use of anything that’s here as technology, but what matters is equality.

    • @MarlenLife Yes skills are limited by lack of access but that isn’t the only issue, not everyone would be equally skilled even if everyone had equal access and not everyone would be equally motivated even if they were equally skilled. I support equal access and dignified living for everyone, what I’m saying is that socialism is a good way to get us started down that path and rise out of the struggle most of us are in so that we can actually see the destination.

      Laughingblades 1 hour ago

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    • @Laughingblades Please watch the video Equal Money & SelfMotiveAction as well as other ones that have already explained your points here – including Equal Money System & Communism – the destination is not placed YET we must create an outcome that’s best for all.

      MarlenLife

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    • @MarlenLife Right but what I mean is that socialism is a stepping stone to equal access and a good quality of life for everyone being a goal. First we need a populist movement to pull us out of the mire of bureaucratic business elites ruling over our daily lives, and take back the narrative from the economic social darwinists, the case for socialism can be made in a way that wins over the American worker if only people would take back the narrative, and from there, maybe a technocracy Laughingblades

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    • @Laughingblades There can be no power ruler on Equality – We all feed such ‘ruling bureaucratic business elites’. Socialism is burned now and people react to the slightest word next to it, plus it never worked as there was STILL a ruling class. So – Equality is the way, equal power to all where everyone is equally responsible. No need to resort to only focusing on production ways, but actually taking the whole into consideration beyond production only, a new living system that considers LIFE.

      MarlenLife

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    Further support:

    Practical solutions instead of protesting: Alternatives for Protests/ Demonstrations
    Communism is Brainwash: Are YOU Brainwashed?

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