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Competition in Equal Money Capitalism

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“The Pursuit of Happiness has become the Bizarre Runway of the Human Rave, where Each One can Pursue their Intent of Happiness Individually, without Competition, because “you can make your Own Rules about What makes You Happy. All you have to do is Exclude anything that will make you Unhappy and that will Inconvenience you.”
So, in this Process – we Now have Achieved the Ultimate Separation. In this Separation, we do not have to Care about anyone or anything else but our Intention to Win, because: “to Win is Good”, “to Win place us Above everyone else in our Own World and we become the Centre of our World. In being the Centre of our World – Only those things that work for us is Important…everything else, we can Exclude”. – Bernard PoolmanDay 298: The Power of Intent
 
Redefining CAPITALISM

Capitalism is an economic system that is based on private ownership of capital goods and the means of production, and the creation of goods and services for profit.[1][2] Elements central to capitalism include capital accumulation, competitive markets, and a price system.[3]

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitalism

 

Continuing from :

For context on redefining capitalism, read: Day 180: The Word ‘Capitalism’ in ‘Equal Money Capitalism Redefined

 

Competition
n    noun
1    the activity or condition of competing against others. ØEcology interaction between species or organisms which share a limited environmental resource.
2    an event or contest in which people compete. Øthose with whom one is competing: you have to innovate to stay ahead of the competition

 

We’re looking at one of the basic concepts in which capitalism operates as a philosophy of ‘the economic self’ that seeks to set any necessary new rules to justify self interest  as an individual freedom at all cost. It is vile in nature since there is no premise of equal support to actually fulfill such intention to begin with, which makes the ‘competition’ already a point of disparity, a rigged game wherein the entry to ‘play the game’ is not readily available to all and as such, it can only result in further separation and social polarization since there is no sense of collectivism within this operational mode.

Let’s keep in mind that competition is ingrained from our very family and education system, wherein the design of being the ‘winner’ is what is associated with a feeling of success and prosperity, disregarding the counter part that is relegated to being the loser/ inferior one that didn’t get the same opportunity to partake in such competition in a fair manner.

Within this, the exhausting need to remain ‘innovative,’ and competitive in terms of prices have lead to an over-wrought corporate indulgence in our society wherein all forms of deception are accepted and allowed without a second question, just because we see ourselves ‘outside’ of the game in being able to determine what type of products are sold, how are they advertised, what would be considered aggressive marketing and many other outflows that are currently happening in our society, affecting much more than just a consumerist-habit and infecting the individual’s self acceptance, self image and self worth in a world where all that matters is ‘making the most money.’

This is now all a part of the consequences we’re facing and as such, part of the basic concepts that must be aligned in order to implement the Equal Money Capitalistic System.

 

Problems                                                                         

    • What is the meaning of competition under capitalism?

      Competition under capitalism, is simply the right to life, liberty and property applied to the sphere of production and trade; free competition means that one is free to take an any action, unmolested by others, which does not violate the rights of others. This is the meaning of competition. In observing what competition is, please observe what it is not. It is this free-competition that gives rise to capitalism’s free-market.

    • source: http://capitalism.org/category/competition/page/2/

 

  • Free competition implies the ability to produce Anything you want as long as it will sell and you get benefits for your own self interest to pursuit your Own happiness: you set the rules and the system is used to ‘make your dreams come true.’ The vilest act within this is that it is only a minority that gets to achieve such dream and most importantly, it is only those that already own enough capital to materialize such enterprise in the first place, which means this is only a ‘free opportunity’ for those that are already playing in the major leagues within the Free Market game.

 

  • Competition in itself is not ‘evil’ it is the revenue/profit made that is distributed only for a few what is the problem, which means potentialize  the power that is already existent by the ones that set the rules at their benefit to get the most of the profit at the least expense in production.  This is how wealth is created for a minority under the premise of ‘free market’ and laissez-faire to avoid any form of corporate social responsibility.

  • The ‘Right to Property’ is the base foundation to allow competition since this entitles any person to set the rules and terms that pleases them the most to obtain the most profit at the expense of using the cheapest labor – slave labor – and the cheapest pay for the prime matter/ resources to produce their product, resulting in what is currently dubbed ‘Liberty’ to pursue self interest with the excuse of producing economic growth, such as elevating a country’s GDP where no human life is accounted in fact, only numbers matter. This is what ‘economic efficiency’ is all about.

  • The ‘Right to Liberty’ is translated as the right to produce anything you want, which is the reason why we have so much –excuse my word – crap being sold for the sake of making easy money. This includes the ‘liberty’ to engineer products that break after the warranty expires in our infamous ‘Planned obsolescence’ wherein the producer ensures the right to make more money when people are  compelled to replace their perfectly engineered malfunction.

  • Right of Free Speech is now a way to advertise products with the most successfully brilliant words that produce the most charming experiences within the human being, ensuring a returning clientele using the ever permeable predictive behavior that we all present as human beings the moment that we make decisions based on feeling and not within a physical common sense act of consuming what is indispensable to live.

  • The ‘Right to Pursue Happiness’ which is obviously the great amount of laissez-faire profit made wherein you can have the liberty to avoid as many taxes as you please as long as you continually expand throughout the globe and make the most people eternally subjected to your product which provides a sense of freedom and liberty to the population that can afford buying such convenient product or service as a reflection of our believed human evolution and progress.

  • Corporate tax bills are being evaded and pleasantly rising up the revenues without holding back on invading any other corner of the world that adopts the brand as part of one’s ‘lifestyle’ which is also a sign of success in such a ‘competitive world’ wherein the more  you crown yourself as the leader in your productive field, the more capable you are to get the most condoning of tax evasion, because you simply set your own rules and no government has the right to intervene,  because it’s a Free Market! Perfect example: Starbucks has paid no tax since 2009, yet being crowned with the highest revenues.

  • Monopolies have become the way to ensure a single way disguised competition, wherein it is in fact only a few people that manage the ‘free market’ rules at their own convenience, presenting ‘alternatives’ as ‘choices’ as a façade,  yet this being part of the illusion of choice presented to the public.
  • Competition is based on the premise of scarcity, survival of the fittest and the belief that ‘there is not enough for everyone’ which is then used as a point of Fear to excel at getting the most profit, spending the least for work force and prime matter, use the most innovative means to promote yourself and be the absolute Winner of it all. The word ‘collectivism’ as mentioned in the previous entry, is seen as an evil meaning wherein we all know that red-fear flags lighten up whenever the word Equality comes up in a proposal for a new world

 

  • Competition is set to raise the quality standards of what’s being produced or the service that is provided, however it currently mostly leads to using the most inimical means to gain the most clientele/buyers/investors for the sake of betting for the ‘fastest horse in the race.’ And this is what we have become: a race where the ultimate prize as money is all that matters, the price that we have devalued life to currently, where all that matters is win-win at the expense of abusing, exploiting, maiming, torturing and owning people’s and beings’ lives, just to make a few attain the ultimate pursuit of happiness.

 

Solutions                                                                      

  • Competition will be a single collective effort to better the quality of the product/ service and general well being wherein the organization in itself as corporation/business becomes their own reference point to ensure that quality is sustained or improved, resources are used efficiently, working force maintained at an optimum capacitation and interrelationships of mutual support. This ensures that the objective of the organization is at all times the realization of team work toward one single outcome.

  • Between corporations there will be no such rivalry and aggressive tactics to earn certain markets since there will be no such race to win profit. This will also reduce our current branding situation which has become invasive in our day to day living reality, wherein the sheer need to ‘win the market’ makes advertisement an additive to our already heavy environmental pollution.

 

  • Adding the basic principle of Collectivism and Equality to the distribution of all profit created by a business or corporation, wherein no longer will the price reflect the scheme of obtaining the most by the owners/ private property righters, but instead distribute all profit in an equal manner to every person involved in such industry/ business in order to benefit everyone’s pursuit of happiness in an equal manner, that means: Equal power results for all wherein Wealth is the distribution of profit in equal proportion to all participants.

  • Ensuring effectiveness in a company’s production will be monitored by any deficit created within the company’s revenue. Competition will thus become a measure to ensure that successful companies are the ones that are able to maintain a constant production and profit making while distributing the best quality of goods and services, which will stand as a point of reference to identify any flaw within other companies.

Read: Day 167: Harmony and Equilibrium within Equal Money Capitalism

 

 

 

  • Collaboration and Cooperation :
Developing an economy that is based on the principle of: If you act in a way that is best for all, you automatically manifest the best solution for yourself as well. Considering that the world is a closed system and that we are not separate from the environment we live in – it makes sense to support the system as a whole in the most effective way – as this will ensure that we live in the healthiest and most supportive environment on an individual level. It is the most simplest common sensical  truth that if you lift up society as a whole – you lift up each one that is part of society as well.
186. Invisible hand is invisible because it doesn’t exist – Equal Money Capitalism and Providing Results that Are Best for All

 

    When a company is unable to cover its cost and pay out its wages, they will receive additional funding from a Fund to which the profits go of companies who make a profit that is larger than required to cover their costs and wages. When such redistribution is required, an intervention takes place where know-how is transferred from effective companies to those who struggle to cover their costs.
    192. Demand and flexibility in Equal Money Capitalism 

                Rewards                                                           

                • Equal Profit leads to the dissolution of hierarchical relationships that ensue separation and a general discontent that generates rifts in the ability to produce the best possible means to live. We’ll learn how to co-operate as equals and exist within the educational premise of realizing success and power only able to exist if every person is equally supported.

                • Equal right to be equally successful, no more fat cats and low-wages/ slave labor jobs, everyone’s fulfillment will be guaranteed, this is the real and sound recognition of Equal Rights.

                • Consumer and Producer’s satisfaction: no more planned obsolescence, no more corporate policies to evade taxes, no more indiscriminate use of resources to make the most profit with the least responsibility for pollution made and extraction-aftereffects since every corporation will be made accountable for the ecological footprint created as a result of the production process.

                • Fair trade: money will be well spent within knowing that no wealthy man is being made wealthier, but that an entire corporation as a cooperative is being equally supported, that is what Satisfaction guaranteed will in fact mean.

                • The Right to Life recognized as the ability to earn equal to any other person working in your cooperative/ corporation. This makes of competition not a race to earn the most money but instead, produce the best quality products and services for the satisfaction of the consumer.

                • Enjoyment of actual teamwork where no part is more important than another, but each one’s contribution is equally appreciated which certainly will allow us to value ourselves for who we are and what we do in an equal manner at last.

                 

                For further reference, read  the Equal Money Wiki

                 

                EMS Adam and EVE

                 

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                    Disposable Lifestyle Must STOP

                    Posted in Accepted and Allowed Life Abuse, basic income grant,, Capitalism is a Crime Against Life, consumerism, consumism, corporations, Crimes Against Life, dignified living, Equal Money, Equal Money System, financial crimes, Labor, Law is Flawed, make believe system, man-mde world, Modern Day Slavery, Organic Robots, poverty, profit driven industry, Profit-Making, Reform the Monetary System, socialism, solutions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 30, 2011 by marlenlife

                    As we move into a year that has been marked as ‘the end of the world’ more and more perspectives on how this world is actually collapsing at various levels emerge in the media.
                    Evidence shows that we have built a world around consumerism, around buying and selling life in order to ‘make a living’ while producing more shit to live. And by shit I mean products that are not made out of an actual purpose and requirement to live, but are only manufactured to create new needs implanted and promoted through nice pictures that suit personalities and lifestyles that can afford being constantly seeking the fastest, easiest, most enjoyable way of ‘living.’

                    Who has created such a system? Who has deliberately kept the current status quo of a never ending quest to ‘conquer the world’ as ‘the superior species’ that we’ve claimed ourselves to be? Us, all of us – humans. It is a great comfortable lie to only blame the corporations – because we buy from them; it’s easy to blame politicians – while we vote for them, and even if you don’t vote, we are all still accepting the current political system where only a few are ‘in power’ and taking decision for the whole. Though it’s also ‘great’ to delude ourselves into what this world ‘has to offer’ in terms of media and entertainment that is able to exist in a nice fluffy alternate reality where ‘everything is alright’ while bowing down to a system based in inequality, a system that is proving itself to have failed at creating dignified living conditions for all  beings, as well as an actual preservation of the resources on the planet based on indispensable consumption to live. But! this is not seen, this is not promoted because it goes against the ‘laws’ of capitalism where ‘the more you buy, the ‘wealthier’ you are,’  ‘the more you consume, the ‘happier’ you are’ – these have been underlying mottos that we’ve accepted as  our motivation to keep going in this world.

                    We have been the co-creators of every single policy in this reality that has stood only as a benefit for our hedonist lifestyles while disregarding what we are inherently supporting just by the mere fact of supporting and complying to a world wherein we  ‘buy life.’ This single acceptance has lead us to the horrible truths that only few dare to research upon.

                    Dead River

                    How come there is mercury in our light-saving light bulbs? How is it that water fluoridation is not controlled at all eventually creating damages at a cellular level? How come we’ve allowed an over-production of cars to have up to 900 million cars in this world – and still going up in numbers -all requiring oil that is the subject of wars, all of them expelling exorbitant amounts of carbon dioxide and other chemical pollutants into the air. It is certainly not cool living in a city where you can’t breathe clean air at all.

                    How come that we’ve agreed to make of McDonald’s one of the most profitable companies around the world this year while having material that gruesomely exposes their industrial farming where chickens are kept in the most macabre ways only to eventually be killed so that you can have your ‘happy meal’ – this is only an example among several other violations that threaten the lives of animals and humans alike in such massive production system. McDonald’s is ‘still going strong’ in the world where everyone is attempting to follow the ‘American way of ‘living,’’ promoting images of happiness and satisfaction while hiding the most atrocious ways entailed in their production.  Who consumes? We do and they are not alone.

                    Ronald’s company shares the throne next to companies like Google – god nonetheless – Pfizer, keeping the nations doped in well-established agreements with FDA and the entire brigade of psychiatrists that are more than happy to have you there every month seeking for your ‘antidote’ to any mental experience that you’ve created for yourself. Apple which has been the most effective in creating and setting ‘new trends’ in terms of updating products unnecessarily, creating a fan base of loyal consumers that keep the company growing around the world. Jobs might have been a ‘great developer,’ but he also found ways to create his products in a ‘clever’ way using slave labor in China, in factories where slaves/ ‘workers’ are forced to work over hours while living in  rooms with other 20 people, just to keep it all ‘sustainable.’ Now, who doesn’t have an iPod, iPhone, iPod or Mac ?

                    Nike, a company that reveals people sweating while enjoying their products but hiding the ‘sweat-shop’ actual effort and suffering within the factories in Asia, having workers that  have no other option than cutting meals a day just to afford painkillers in case of getting sick.All of these companies also produce exorbitant amount of rubbish that is dumped and not taken responsibility for, at all.  It is an all encompassing detrimental and harmful business that is currently placing animals in extinction, animals being abused and kept in the most insane ways to be killed and sold to cover the increasing rates of meat demand in the market. Add the polluting aspect with chemicals and hazardous materials that are often used in the products without anyone knowing about it. These are all then packaged and sold in plastic containers and wraps, all of it being part of the ‘convenient’ materials for a fast-food lifestyle that is sold and packed ‘ready to go’ to fulfill our needs/ desires as soon as possible with ‘great quality’ on top of that.  I mean, isn’t it obvious that this world is based upon absolute abuse, betrayal, harm and negligence to one another? This includes not only human beings, but animals, plants, the environment, the very air we breathe?

                    Looking at the garbage that gets dumped into the ocean: what are the solutions to this? Straining the ocean is not an option as that would certain capture other species as well. They argue that cleaning the oceans is ‘beyond any nation’s budget’ – what if money wasn’t an obstacle to do so? The point is to stop the problem in its root. We’ve built a society based on a disposable lifestyle that we believe ends up in the trash can. No. It is horrific to see what animals are having to endure and die from because of this human-made world.

                    We are completely delusional if we think that over a hundred years of having cars running in this world, we won’t have a detrimental effect on Earth. The same applies for virtually every single industry where everything we use, wear, eat and just ‘buy’ has an entire set if procedures behind that we’re simply not aware of. We’re neglecting the very fact that it is the accepted and allowed hedonist lifestyle that is leading us to this current state we’re living in. We have neglected the vital consideration to create sustainable ways to live, beginning with our monetary system which is the main cause to these profit-driven industries that satisfy consumers to generate more capital – and the chain goes on. Where does it stop? With each one of us.

                     

                    Do we really care about each other? No, otherwise the abuse, disregard and general carelessness about ourselves and the environment  would not exist, because we would not have accepted the current economical, political and social structures in the first place where being rich is the ultimate triumph, regardless of who’s chest you have to stand upon to do so.

                    Where is our human integrity? Has there EVER been human integrity? No. And I am sick and tired of living in this sick and polluted world. I cannot continue blaming or neglecting the facts that exist here, I stand up for a solution that we see and realize it is the root cause for the majority of the current problems we’ve created in this world: MONEY.

                    Investigate the Equal Money System wherein we are creating and planning a structure based on Equality, where life is dignified and supported unconditionally for all, as a birth-right. This will stop the extensive abuse toward animals, humans, plants, the environment as the principle is Equality implemented through Equal Money where our basic requirements to live are supplied by virtue of living here.  By having our needs met, we will have all the time we require to start investigating ways in which we can clean up the world, as well as stopping producing unnecessary products that are only fulfilling a certain ‘personality’ and ideal-lifestyle that has never considered the reality that we live in, wherein those that ‘earn the least’ are the exploited ones that keep those on the top happy and celebrating a lifestyle that has its roots in abuse and suffering.

                    I could go on and on citing all the various aspects of human slavery, animal abuse, indiscriminate use of resources, social problems, political negligence, judicial unfairness, health detriment by untested products, lack of basic understanding of how we create this world, wars, famine, child abuse, family violence, consumerism, mental problems, greed, monopolies, pollution in the oceans, the air, our water depleted due to irresponsible contamination in this world…

                    We are Here, nonetheless.

                    Our reality will change, that’s for sure. But be aware that all changes made will only have one single purpose: Creating an Equal world where we stop the current suffering of all sentient beings in this world, stop harming and abusing ourselves because of money, stop abdicating our responsibility toward each other and start working together for a single outcome that will benefit all equally.

                    We are here to stop neglecting life, to stop our personal turmoil that tampers our ability to see what this reality as ‘our world’  has become by our own hands. We’re here to stop self interest to create common interests where life in equality means best for all.

                    Dare to Care http://www.equalmoney.org

                    Check out the Equal Money System Wiki entry

                    Nike Sweatshops: Behind the Swoosh
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5uYCWVfuPQ
                    Food, Inc. – Industrial Chicken Farmers
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enwU5jIXSlU
                    Equal Money Blog – consumerism
                    Planned Obsolescence is the Saving Grace of Capitalism
                    Consumerism and resisting an Equal Money System
                    Consumerism and Education
                    Bernard Poolman – Energy and Consumerism

                    Santa’s Workshop

                    Posted in Accepted and Allowed Life Abuse, adbusters, basic income grant,, Capitalism is a Crime Against Life, Crimes Against Life, dignified living, economy, Equal Money, Equal Money System, Labor, Law is Flawed, market forces, Modern Day Slavery, poverty, profit driven industry, Profit-Making, Reform the Monetary System, self forgiveness, slabor, slave labor, socialism, starvation with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 22, 2011 by marlenlife

                    Picture yourself in another’s shoes.

                    You wake up in a bed within a clogged room with other 19 people, you gaze out the window and see nothing but barbwire and steel barriers to prevent you escaping from what it seems like a prison – yet it is ‘only’ your workplace, a factory which is conveniently located in the same terrain as your ‘living place.’ You get ready to begin your 7 days a week job at 6:30 am wherein you’ll remain working non stop until it is 11-12 pm. Your job consists of making toys for people in the ‘first world.’ Somehow you try to question why people require such stuffed animals and plastic devices to entertain kids – easy: they got the money to buy what they are offered as products in the store.

                    Your work is insanely tiresome, you have been made to sign a contract of 8 hours while working almost twice as much as ‘the law indicates’ without it being even recognized by the “authorities” within the factory you work in – who by the way, don’t really give a fuck about creating any proper working conditions for you. There you’re simply a number, a machine that gets paid according to how fast you can produce.You are incredibly fed up because you are forced to work till dawn, you get dizzy and your eyes hurt but can’t stop. There is no time for a quick rest either. Sometimes you skip breakfast so that you’re able to save a bit of money which eventually gets you even more tired and sleepy while working. You are then pointed at for not being productive and your bosses warn you about getting fired if you continue to fall asleep in your workplace. By the way, you cannot complain as that will ensure you are threatened along with the rest of your workmates that dare to speak up about the needs and requirements for proper working conditions you may be pondering about demanding.

                    You have no minimum wage – it’s all production based which is the way that you are kept ‘motivated’ to work extra hours to get ‘more money’ which is never enough for you to be able to buy the freedom that you yearn for every single day. It becomes obvious that you don’t work because ‘you like it,’ but because there is no other way to survive in such tight conditions within a country that has ‘opened doors’ to the world to become just an outsourcing nation that provides cheap labor with no proper labor regulation which ensures to any investor, maximum profit and the best job done in the required timeframes. Key word: No one will complain.

                    You are sold a convenient idea of being able to live and be ‘looked after’ in the same factory place – yet you know that this is the only way to keep it functional because you’ve already come from far away in the province to get this job due to the harsh conditions of poverty you were living in before you got this job. Even though you hardly own things, you are wishing to save enough to one day be ‘free’ and do what you would actually enjoy doing in your spare time. Sadly so, this day seems to perpetuate in a never ending smokescreen that tampers your sight every time that you see yourself day dreaming while grabbing pieces of plastic as hot as 200 C – you wonder if the people buying such product would even know or care about the fact that someone is having a hard time while producing such flashy pieces of plastic.

                    You are part of the cheap labor in the Chinese toy industry, you help create what represents 95% of the entire toy production that is sold in stores in Europe and the rest of the world. Your work is part of the high quality standards that such countries demand while being completely oblivious to the actual conditions you work in. You are not allowed to speak to international press about your working life, you’re not allowed to complain to any supervisor because you are well instructed about the lies that you must say to them in order to earn 50 extra Yuan for answering with the “correct” answers to them. You have no other choice in a world where money creates biased conducts and where ethical regulations have become another pompous word that’s never considering practical justice applied to such abusive working conditions.

                    You are not allowed to affiliate or become part of trade unions because that would signify being threatened back by your bosses on going bankrupt and eventually end up fearing losing your job every time that you dare to expose your case to the ‘authorities.’ You keep wondering if you’ll ever get out of such living conditions, you like to dream about it, but the heat of the machines and the constant noise brings you back to a harsh reality wherein every second counts like a cent. You got blisters, burns, cuts and any other injury around your arms and hands because of those times that you have wandered off in your mind, dreaming about the happy lives that people that buy such toys must have while you are stuck in this menial job for a lifetime. You must wear a face mask which doesn’t necessarily prevent you from developing lung diseases from being constantly exposed to elements like chrome and mercury.

                    It is all just ludicrous. You are bound to create products that look nice and make ‘kids happy,’ yet you are desperately crying inside asking for the world to see and realize that what you buy is not coming from a fully automated machine that can produce it all at will – no. This is all your job, this is you operating machines for over 12 hours a day in deplorable conditions without any time to enjoy, live and express yourself.  You have no choice within your life and often wonder if having no job at all could be a better situation than living in such conditions while being ‘employed.’

                    In a world where consumerism is the ‘key’ to move this entire system, slave labor is the way  to maintain the desired ‘low prices’ that we always seek in stores, never pondering how come that such products are able to be ‘so cheap’ and ubiquitous in our reality. There is no ‘corporate responsibility’ that can give proper solutions or answers to the most common questions on the allowance and acceptance of this abuse. Everyone is equally participating in a system of betrayal. We have bound ourselves to an agreement of absolute disregard to fellow human beings. We’ve made of this world, the people, the animals, plants and everyone else in it part of the assets that can be traded to give the most profit to those that have set the rules. These include calling requests for higher wages and less hours of work “bad thinking” often chuckled at as if it was a ‘lucid dream’ that has no chance of being implemented at all.

                    We have agreed in this system of betrayal, a dog eat dog world.

                    Workers blame the factory management, the factory management blames the corporative policies being extremely tight forcing them to give low wages while requiring extended hours of work to fulfill the deadline to deliver the production. Corporations blame the consumer as not being willing to ‘pay extra’ to be able to create proper working conditions for people. These are all excuses we throw at each other like a ball set on fire to not create jobs and living conditions that can be best for all equally. This is because it is not at the best interest of those that require the perpetual existence of people that are bound to living in extreme poverty and being willing to do ‘anything they can’ to get a job and get to survive in this world.

                    My question is: would you like to live a life like this? No, I’m sure you don’t – yet millions of adults, youngsters and children are part of this current crime against life that is slavery – and this is all because of profit created out of a world that is taught to consume as a ‘lifestyle.’

                    This is all part of the data conveyed in the documentary Santa’s workshop created by Lotta Ekelund and Kristina Bjurling from Sweden, which is one of the main countries that have such toy factories running with no proper regulations in China.

                     

                    None of this will exist in an Equal Money System wherein we are beginning already to become part of the solution within stopping ourselves from participating in the unnecessary consumption of products that serve no other purpose than creating profit in someone’s greedy pocket in exchange for something that isn’t indispensable to live.

                    The condition of ‘slavery’ in this world will not cease to exist until we all agree that we must stop the current functioning of the world which is based on buying-selling and earning ‘money’ – which is also created at will – from such transaction which benefits only a few.

                    We all must wake up from this slumber wherein nightmares are the day to day living condition of millions of human beings in this world that are living in such extreme poverty conditions that force them to survive through menial jobs, while others are bound to be starving to death.

                    Support and inform yourself about the solution and plan of action we are presenting here as the way to create a dignified living for all human beings. Become part of the voices that speak up for a world that is fair, a world wherein Equality as Life will mark the end of all our current disregard and carelessness for those that do suffer from having to survive in a constant hell wishing and hoping for it all to end for them someday.

                     

                     

                    Source of information and vital resource to the creation of this blog: Documentary Santa’s Workshop – Inside China’s Slave Labour Toy Factories

                    Music videos that depict this situation:

                    “Santa is an Illusion” – The North Whole Crew

                    SO OUT THERE – This Is Why Christmas Is Bullshit!

                    Jedi Mind Tricks – Shadow Business

                     

                    VLog:

                    Who Builds Your Toys? Buy your Holy-Daze

                    “Will ‘health food’ still exist, like ‘bio-food’?”

                    Posted in adbusters, Capitalism is a Crime Against Life, consumism, Equal Money System, Equality Development, GMO, healthcare, Labor, nutrition, Organic Robots, profit driven industry, Profit-Making, SCAM with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 17, 2011 by marlenlife

                     

                    Organic Food and the Equal Money System

                    “Bio isn’t exactly better” is what this paper’s headline reads here.

                    When we go to the supermarket, we can see all the parallel foods existent next to your ‘regular type’ branded as ‘Bio’ or ‘Organic’. I noticed an interesting thing which was the considerably higher prices in all things organic/bio in all the products.

                    When standing in front of the milk shelf, I saw that ‘bio milk’ was up to a euro higher than your regular kind. In that moment, I realized how the entire commercial trickery presented a seemingly casual ‘choice’ – yet, we’ve got to know how we’ve been impulsed through the media to believe that there is a way to eat ‘healthier’ by consuming bio/ organic products which are apparently produced through ‘strict measures’ wherein no pesticides, additives, GMOs (genetically modified organisms) or chemical fertilizers were used in their production.

                    The current ‘health-scare’ relating to food comes from the realization of the amount of chemical procedures involved in producing the food that we eat.

                    Following an emerging ‘new age’ era of being ‘environmental friendly’ as part of the ‘becoming green’ campaign that has gained momentum over the past decades, the capitalist move was to create a new set of products that would satisfy this need to have foods that could support human beings in feeling ‘more safe’ when eating due to the considerations that have been promoted/ commercialized as part of ‘going green’ lifestyles en vogue.

                    This campaign became nothing else but a great money-making trend that has disregarded one of the most basic facts which is: everything here on Earth is organic. Since everything grows from the Earth, the only point to be looked at is how this ‘Green Revolution’ came to be.

                    The ‘revolution’ emerged as a response to the industrialization of agriculture, which is inherently tied to the requirements of the amount of production that capitalism creates and promotes without considering the actual process required to produce; this implies using the fastest, cheapest possible means of both tools/prime matter as well as labor force for which agriculture is one of the worst remunerated activities in this world. We can take the example of the farmers in India who have been involved in endless payrolls wherein they’ve opted to kill themselves due to being unable to pay their debts linked to a transnational monopoly like Monsanto and thus, having no food to eat while being literally surrounded by it. This is one of the consequences of how such ‘green revolution’ sought to avoid being a part of the commercialization of buying products that were GMOs and deciding to pay more to be apparently clean from this and other outflows of the industrialization of agriculture.

                     

                    In essence, the desire for bio/ organic a.k.a ‘healthy’ food stems from this and other series of events/actions wherein we are simply facing the fears relating to eating what we’ve created as the acceptance of living in a world where everything is determined by money itself, never actually caring for the well-being of humanity or any other living being  in any way whatsoever.

                     

                    There is also a convenient aspect of information added upon this to suit the green-market holders without having the most basic point in place whenever we go for the idea of ‘going green’ and ‘eating organic’: everything here is of the Earth, so ‘organic food’ implies all food as everything else.

                    The special conditions only exist currently as what should be the usual way of growing food; though due to the profit-making aspect of it,  we’ve created it into a separate point wherein the rest of the food is seen as ‘harmful’ due to the conditions wherein money-making  is the driving force to produce food.

                     

                    The bottom line is that both organic-bio and ‘regular food’ are currently driven by money-creation, so whether or not it is ‘less contaminated’ it’s still not an practical solution that can be available for everyone and it is in fact supporting an exclusive market for those who can afford it. So, it’s a juicy aspect that only benefits some, and there’s no actual common sense in buying and supporting these types of foods which, at the end of the day, are the same as all of the other foods.

                    So – how will all this separation between foods cease to exist within the Equal Money System?

                    Because money won’t be the motivation to genetically modify organisms, nor will the overall production be limited and determined by money itself. We will be making sure that the best standards for food production are in place wherein we’ll erase the divide between ‘regular’ and ‘bio-organic’ to finally implement a single way of harvesting food that’s naturally good to eat.

                    We’ll certainly require the experts on this in terms of how to treat any plague or create pesticides that are not toxic per se. All of this is currently part of the monopolized food industry which can be boiled down to mainly one single word: Monsanto –and so develop ways to grow food effectively without greed being in the way of placing people’s food at risk by wanting to make an extra buck, because that will simply not be possible.

                    There will be more people involved in food production, which won’t be out of a necessity to ‘get by’ and survive, but through actual consideration of making sure that the production takes place in the terms of what’s best for all, as well as for themselves. Learning how to grow our own food will also become part of the basic Living Education, that’s never been existent as part of a regular curriculum in schools before.

                    This one example of how all current nice tags that sell well will cease to exist, as food will be organic, bio and regularly grown within safe conditions wherein no health-scare will exist, since money won’t be the driving force that is currently disregarding people’s lives in the name of profit.  We’ll literally stop only existing as ‘organic robots’.

                     

                    As an additional point of support, I’ve re-uploaded this video that was originally uploaded in the DesteniProductions channel based on an article that we came across a couple years ago, and I made a video pointing out the common sense aspects on what ‘organic food’ is. Nevermind the title, as it was meant to simply create an audience for the video.  Through the publishing of it, we saw how strong the organic food ‘belief system’ has become and thus, realized how important it is to support others in realizing the common sense aspect of food in this world, as well as the actual cause behind this current hype. Yes, you got it: Money and Fear.

                    Both are sorted out in the  Equal Money System 

                    Everything’s Organic as Everything comes from the Earth

                    Food will stop being a profit-driven industry and instead become part our living care that we’ll work for – therefore, we’ll make sure it is the best for all in Equality.

                    Give & Take, Ownership, Possessions in an Equal Money System

                    Posted in Capitalism is a Crime Against Life, communism, Equal Money System, Equality Development, Labor, Reform the Monetary System, Social Enterprises with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 29, 2011 by marlenlife

                     

                    This is a ‘pingback’ to an ongoing posting at the Desteni forum with regards to basic questions asked and given perspective for with regards to the points annotated as the title of this blog  which I suggest you read before continuing here to have the basic background to see where there rest of this post stems from: Give&Take, Ownership, Possessions in an Equal Money System

                    Here I share some further points to consider  based on what we’ve now gotten to cross-reference with ourselves in our reality and how such points would change within an Equal Money System.

                    Reply:

                    It’s similar to a point wherein someone asked me (through a YouTube comment in one of the Equal Money System videos) about being able to get/ own/ have 5 cars wherein I pointed out that we can only drive one car at a time therefore creating an evidence on how the accumulation of cars have become a ‘symbol of power’ in society – this single idea of ‘having up to 5 cars’ comes from the capitalist brainwashing that is extensively promoted and nowadays propagated through the ‘rich and famous’ that accumulate all types of rarities and cars and houses that can only exist if there is enough slaves they can pay for to keep everything in place and functioning.

                    So, it will be interesting to see how the usual consumerist quirks that have been adopted as part of ‘our preferences’ are debunked once we realize that we didn’t actually NEED the item, but indulged into the accumulation, variety or worth-placed on such item/product/object as a mental value system which we’ve embedded to virtually everything – even sometimes to people – in separation of ourselves. That’s the infamous monetizing of reality wherein if we look in common sense, having 5 cars for a single person is a plain act of excess – yet I know people that do own such amount of cars and have made of cars ‘their passion’ but such ‘passion’ can only exist as long as they are able to profit such amounts of money to keep their hobby in place. Someone that is barely making money for a living won’t think of getting more than 1 car and only if that’s utterly necessary and doesn’t affect the rest of their most immediate needs to cover.

                    The point of ‘meeting your needs’ is actually very cool to emphasize because within that, we’ll be able to draw the line to see how much do we buy out of sheer ‘compulsion’ or actual necessity. This is one of the points that I’ve placed in action within walking this process wherein I’ve simplified my expenses as I have simplified my ‘lifestyle’ to begin with. All forms of personality build-ups require money, all addictions and any other ‘entertainment’ that I might seldom indulge in whereas others ‘need to have it’ every single weekend or so – all eventually money related just as anything else in this reality. And the point to look at is what’s behind it all. I went to buy fruit, people were watching a soccer match in the store, people go to the store to buy beer because ‘there is a soccer match’. So even if it seems as some type of ‘healthy entertainment’, the single ‘enjoyment’ of such match is mostly inherently related to alcohol consumption, buying  of food or certain junk food I mean, there are many products associated with one single point of entertainment such as watching a soccer game on a saturday night, probably more than what we can even consider. That is not an actual ‘need’ but part of the accepted entertainment that is just as anything currently profit driven and sold well as people ‘need to get distracted’ after spending an entire week ‘making a living’. So it all compensates itself when the money they earn is spent on such pleasures wherein it all goes back to the same ‘masters’ that plan this entire system to work to the T for their own benefit. This is HOW we are responsible for ‘corporate greed’ as well.

                    What we will face eventually as we go into a transitional phase is the re-assessment of ‘what we are built of’ – what do we buy, why do we buy it, what value/worth is such product adding up to ‘who I am’ – does buying/owning such thing define me in any way? Can I live without it? These are literal questions that I’ve asked myself whenever finding something and going into the compulsory state of ‘wanting to buy it’ – I tend to accumulate stuff and I realize this is out of fear – or creating a ‘stock’ which I call ‘being prepared/cautious’ – sometimes it is so I don’t have to go buying milk all the time and sometimes it’s out of creating a sense of security around having more than 2 items of the basic meals I usually eat. Now this is only talking about basic-needs like food. If we go into all the items we buy for our pleasure/entertainment or sheer compulsive shopping-treats we’ll get to face the reality of the worth/value as the why we buy what we buy and how we’ve defined ourselves accordingly.

                    Possessing creates a form of security in our current system. We can hear how people are gleeful whenever they manage to ‘finally own their house’ – if they ever get to do so. So far it’s been quite a long time since I’ve heard people getting to own their house nowadays unless it was inherited or bought in the ‘old bonanza days’ in this world. I also got to know brutal stories of people losing their homes to banks after great devaluations took place in this country in 1994 after having their mortgage doubled up from overnight. Insane, and such person that was my mother’s best friend eventually got cancer and died, consumed by the constant worry about their elusive debt that grew exponentially fast.

                    So, possessing a house, a car or anything won’t mean ‘securing your life’ as your life will simply be able to be granted with a house to live in, a car if you need it and virtually ending this constant worry about ‘finally owning something’ for the sake of being able to sleep at ease at night.

                    Clarifying the bartering point is also cool as we can see how it is within the ‘I.O.U’s that money came to be within generating these relationships of give/take that weren’t unconditional. Eventually in bartering someone will decide that a kilo of potatoes ‘deserves’ two kilos of bananas for whatever reasons they might give and within that, creating further inequality between products which is an equivalent of profit making in the long wrong = inequality; whereas if everything is worked for to be produced and placed as equally available, we’ll dissolve such current differences that are outflows of speculation that comes from the ‘claws’ of the system that decide on the worth of certain foods in the ‘food market’ for the sake of creating some profit for them.

                    A basic example here is how avocados went up in price here in a crazy manner like never before and they explained me how it was because ‘the cream of the crop’ of avocados was sent out to the US and there were barely non ‘good stuff’ left here, so due to the infamous offer-demand law, the demand was such that couldn’t be fulfilled hence prices went up to the point wherein I would pay for one single avocado what could’ve been good for 3-4 avocados before. YET common sense is that there is a monopoly behind this that has made of ‘avocados’ a product of desire to be fulfilled in a certain way that the rest of the markets are absorbed to fulfill such need. As a parallel point, someone that owns an avocado tree in their parcel won’t experience any ‘change’ in the growth of avocados and, as a result of them being out of the market-circuit, they’ll simply have no correlation to the current rising up of avocados in prices in our usual markets – the tree is the tree and it ‘knows’ no economics which is an equivalent of fancy laws that are created to benefit only a few.

                    As a final example someone asked the other day in one of my videos on how things would be given – meaning if there was John and Paul wanting to have a car yet John didn’t work at all and remained under an apple tree all day while Paul worked all day, how would ‘that’ be equal? Yet the basic point that I asked is why would John want a car if he was planning to remain under an apple tree all day? These type of questions mostly reveal to what extent we are not willing to give to another what we want for ourselves, and how even if John decides to stay underneath the tree, if he requires a car and has been a human being that’s worked for the system and shows no other signs of greed, then cool for him getting a car, why not?

                    Working won’t be ‘our key to the world’ anymore in the sense of only being able to have access to our basic requirements if we have a job and If we have enough money to meet our needs. Within this, work will also become part of our expression and process of discovery of what the human being will be able to be/become once there is no worry to have food on the table or a place to stay in the next day.

                    By living in a world where giving and taking in equality is available for all, the inherent greed that comes through fear of loss will cease to exist as no ‘scarcity’ will be in place – we know how scarcity is part of the tactics to promote compulsive acquisition of goods as there is an ‘impending fear’ of such item/product not being there anymore next time or ‘going extinct’ or rising up in price for whatever reason those that ‘name-the-game’ would decide for. This is hooked then with trends and any seasonal human quirks such as Christmas time when everybody is out there shopping their pockets till they’re dry.

                    Lol how can we take anything as ‘true value’ in this current system if we’ve monetized all, even ‘love’ or ‘happiness’ or whatever anyone would consider to be ‘out of the loop’ from such value system.

                    Everything has been ‘tainted’ within this current system and, because it’s our creation, we’ve got to take self responsibility for it. We cannot possibly continue wanting to ‘own the world’ for the sake of feeling superior, feeling more, feeling ‘valued’, feeling ‘loved’ even – there is a LOT that we’ve created as an idea of ourselves disregarding the very physicality that has tolerated our mental bs value systems for so long now.

                    We’ve got to stop within ourselves, we’ve got to realize that a simplification of our own lives is required to then be aware of what will actually entail to take self responsibility for our very basic needs and services to be met/fulfilled once that there are no more ‘slaves’ to pay for to do the work for us, once that we are not able to ‘own’ for the sake of creating a certain profile within the credit-system required to be able to obtain ‘more’ as such surplus of money was only debt anyways. Within this, all egos will eventually be deflated like balloons that lose their hot air – which is money as it currently exists. This is part of what we’ve realized and shared here as part of our process in seeing how money affects ‘who we are’ and how we experience ourselves differently when ‘we have more than enough’, when ‘we don’t have any’ or ‘when we are on the verge of losing it all’ – and many other interim states of course.

                    So – money as the added power on the human will cease to exist and this giving and taking will remain as the exchange that we have as our physical breathing- in-out/ giving and taking without being able to ‘accumulate breaths for the sake of living more’ or out of ‘fear of survival’ lol – if we take the basic principle of breathing as ‘Life’ as I am Here, we’ll be able to understand how any form of ‘power’ beyond each breath is a delusion that has only filled some greedy men’s pockets and how giving and taking should be as fearless and as ‘natural’ as breathing.

                    Lots of changes ahead for us, glad to have it this way because we cannot possibly continue as we currently are now.
                    Thanks.

                     

                    Check out the FAQ – Equal Money System Videos to know more about the Equal Money System and the most basic and practical answers to a new way of living in this world.

                    #OccupyWallStreet : Just Another Buster–No Real Change

                    Posted in adbusters, Labor, Reform the Monetary System, Revolting Humans, Robots, SCAM, Social Enterprises, State of governance with tags , , , , , , on September 19, 2011 by marlenlife
                    #OccupyWallStreet, Equal Money System

                    Occupy Wall Street movement should focus on creating a solution

                    They’re claiming to ‘take action’ yet this won’t stop capitalism from existing, this won’t heal greed by miracle, this is Not promoting Self Responsibility but only points fingers at ‘the government doing that to the people’. Yet another self-responsibility abdication movement that draws attention. Who dares to see its futility?

                    “”There is plan to basically stay here until we can build enough people to bring a strong message.”
                    http://is.gd/auZeaA #OccupyWallStreet

                    Okay, that says it all. Where is any actual course of action?

                    It stirs the waters yes, yet they don’t have any actual plan of action or proposal as we’re currently doing for example, having an actual plan for a system to be in place that will most certainly stop wall street and any other shenanigans that we’ve created, accepted and allowed within this current system.

                    So, because they don’t have any particular course of action, it will end up as nothing else but yet another manifestation with no practical solution and no consideration of how to even be Self Responsible and how to consider a solution that not only entails ‘wall street’ but all living conditions in this World. They’re not being self-accountable, that’s for sure. It’s plain easy to go there and play with fire balls than writing yourself to freedom, applying self forgiveness and living the words you speak.

                    So, we don’t support this type of activism. Best to stick to practically living the change that we want to see in this world.

                    For that matter, it’s not only ‘wall street’ being the mirror of self, Everything in this world, everyone, every single action and thought is ourselves so Self Responsibility goes beyond exposing such a casino game like Wallstreet – rather focus on HOW we have accepted and allowed ourselves to exist in this current system for so long without questioning it, and how it is that they haven’t yet gotten to the understanding that it’s not about ‘wall street’ per se, but about an entire system founded upon greed which is eventually being powered by every single being in this world including you and me.

                    Understand there can be no ‘self-realization’ within actions like this, it can only make noise but from that to each being realizing to what extent the money system is intertwined in this entire reality, that’s doubtful. Otherwise they would’ve already researched new economic systems and gotten here. I wouldn’t call it ‘stopping fear’ but actually wanting to pose yet another type of ‘threat’ as in ‘challenging the system’ just as any other manifestation/demonstration.

                    If all of them realized that this will only come through an actual system that can be voted on, they’d go back to their homes and realize that the solution will have to be something that must be worked on- what could possibly come out of this? Please, banksters won’t just go outside and say ‘I give up’ that’s silly really. Let’s get real and move on.

                    We are proposing the Equal Money System which is the overall solution that will take each living being into consideration promoting self-change through the realization that it is us that must take Self Responsibility and practically becoming a living human physical being that cares for another as themselves.

                    Equal Money System goes beyond governments and institutions, it’s an actual movement of beings that realize that Self-Honesty as a living-system begins within ourselves.

                    #OccupyWallStreet is Malarkey

                    Source of info: http://www.adbusters.org/campaigns/occupywallstreet

                    For Profit to Exist = Abuse must exist

                    Posted in Accepted and Allowed Life Abuse, Capitalism is a Crime Against Life, Crimes Against Life, Equal Money System, Equality Development, Imperialism, Labor, Law is Flawed, Modern Day Slavery, Profit-Making, Reform the Monetary System, SCAM, Social Enterprises with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2011 by marlenlife

                    CEOs in America make around 325 more than the average worker.

                    How can this be possible in a world where each human being is essentially made out of the same stuff? Only under the rules of our current ‘law of god’ named Capitalism wherein the money-hailing crowd fills the pockets in joy with a never-ending quench for more. 

                    Essentially, anyone having ‘more’ than another is equally responsible for the current poverty, starvation, crimes and murders that are perpetrated on a daily basis because of money – yes, that makes us you and I equally responsible as we have definitely more money than the average majority of the world that is living under hellish conditions with no food, water, healthcare or even general consideration of being ‘fellow human beings with basic human rights’ in this world.

                    There is no point even in trying to mask-out the fact that profit-making tacitly implies abuse towards life, abuse towards fellow human beings that are then made slaves by single effect of someone having ‘more power’ than another which is so that those with money can keep themselves in such positions.

                    Isn’t that poignant enough to make us ponder how on Earth have we accepted and allowed Capitalism as the king in this world?

                     

                    There is no possible way one could justify the fact that Rich people are in essence making use of any means to deceive to be in that position – there can’t be  no way around to vindicate the ‘necessary atrocities’  to keep people in their beloved thrones -  We even accept cynicism with publications such as Forbes magazines and any other publication dedicated to the life of the ‘rich and famous’ which is in essence the absolute stupidity of man willing to praise and even pay further to the abusers that keep them bound to a minimum wage job yet having their ‘dreams at hand’ to someday ‘become like the CEO, become like that star that has it all’ – without ever actually questioning why such positions are even allowed! Ludicrous! Madness! That says enough about our ability to understand this world and the monetary system already.

                     

                     

                    Who’s got the biggest bite of the apple?

                    Of the 100 highest-paid CEOs in America, 25 of them make more than their companies contributed in tax payments last year.

                     

                    While nearly one-in-ten Americans are out of a job and the country attempts to rebound from recession, some of the richest companies in the US are compensating their CEOs famously in lieu of stimulating the economy.

                    Imagine, accepting a system wherein ‘Eco-no-me’ can only be running smoothly if you’ve got a society that

                    a) Has accepted  VALUE

                    as something that’s ‘REAL’ upon things/people in this world – hence tacitly implying that life is not equal in all, that there are more/less, ups/downs that are ‘real’ as a consideration that can only exist in the human being’s mind.

                    b)Has accepted MONEY as a single make-believe system wherein the value of that which should only serve as trading tool for goods and services, has become the one single weapon to enslave, to headhunt, to murder, to buy, to praise someone or something for the sake of power = greed.

                     

                    c) Has accepted and allowed some people to have the ability to ‘create money’ such as our current lord-master-banksters, we’ve made them ‘gods’ in fact being able to decide whether some will live and some will die, deciding upon the future of entire nations, of millions of people according to how they decide to set on the rules to distribute such money and how to essentially earn more money from such created Debt and inherent deception which is only pointing out one single thing: we’ve accepted LACK as a condition, we’ve accepted the brainwashed deluded idea that we can’t have Life Support, that we must ‘struggle’ to have money, that not ‘all’ in this world can be equally supported.

                    This is one of the main points that people reveal whenever they comment on the Equal Money System videos and blogs – ludicrous as it is in the very mind of the human being that this entire reality is brewed – hence the importance of realizing HOW we think, what we are accepting and allowing and how that in essence translates in all possible forms of separation in this world.

                    d) Has accepted the fact that we can’t get any support unless we have ‘Money’ for it which is currently standing as the symbol of LACK – standing as the symbol of ‘sin that must be washed away’ hence the entire point of ‘having to earn a living’ instead of being able to accept and allow ourselves to grant ourselves with money for Life in Equality.

                     

                    5)We’ve all accepted that cheating and deceiving is the only way to make big-bucks in this world – why haven’t we openly accepted to see this? because in essence we all fear realizing we’ve been ‘the bad guys’ all the way, hence the futility of pointing-fingers at CEO’s as we know that you and I having lived and had the same potential to be in their place would’ve done exactly the same things they’ve done.

                     

                    6) We’ve accepted DEBT as the starting point of our ‘economy’ – we’ve accepted DEBT as the current money we’re using to live – how on Earth have we mortgaged the Earth, Life, how was this first conceived, why didn’t we ever question this to the core? Obviously going to the past makes no difference as we can only step here on our ground in presence of the world that’s rollercoasting down the drain wherein we can only come up with an entire NEW system to revamp this reality to finally consider and live by that which is best for all.

                     

                    6) We’ve accepted PROFIT as the one way train wherein we’ve only ensured that our savings are ever growing without ever pondering that for some to win, losers must exist. 

                    What lead to profit is the inherent desire to have ‘more’ than others and within this self-righteous act, abuse and disregard of another as ourselves has been accepted and allowed.

                    7) We’ve accepted and allowed some to have and perpetuate their ‘power’ through generations, as if having kings and queens and any other type of royal asses was actually something any human could feel ‘good about’, slave.

                    This must stop – I could go on and on yet the rant is clear:

                    I am One Vote for Equal Money for All till it is DONE – I live every day to make sure that the lies that we’ve spread and taken as ‘truth’ are devalued until value is simply no more and all Life stands here in Equality as who I really am.

                    Equal Money is not for fools – Equal money will debunk the crooks that we’ve become in our desire for wealth and power , in our acceptance of value in gold and in mansions of stone.

                    This shall end forevermore.

                    http://www.equalmoney.org

                     

                    Data taken from the article:

                    Corporations spend more on CEOs than on taxes

                    Published: 31 August, 2011 @ http://rt.com/usa/news/corporations-ceos-lobbying-taxes-551/

                     

                     

                     

                    Cummings asked for lawmakers to look into why CEO compensation and corporate profits continue to skyrocket all while the pay of other workers remains stagnant and unemployment stays above 9 percent. He has also asked committee members to look into “the extent to which the problems in CEO compensation that led to the economic crisis continue to exist today."

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