Competition does not suit human behaviors as a whole because humans, unlike animals, can make long-term projections, plan ahead. In this sense socialism cannot be the answer either, because most people will demand and tend to abuse any programs therefore.
Monetarism also prompts most to follow the path of least resistance because there is a consensus expecting money to be readily accessible, and be spent. This dynamics is embedded in consumerism, which is why spending is addictive.
The problem before us today is not how to produce the goods, but how to produce the customers. Consumptionism is the science of compelling men to use more and more things….. ~ Samuel Strauss
Money has always meant debt because leverage is what keeps the top meritocrats in power. If a majority of the population doesn’t go into debt one way or another, meritocrats would not survive . That is precisely why money was “invented” by and for a high ranking class. And this means that the system remains inimical to most as it generates poverty endlessly.
Social programs, corporate subsidies and defense are the easiest ways to leverage populations because crowds rely on their govs for their security. Removing all these incentives would mean the end of the world as we know it. Though without awareness, the same power structure would inevitably reappear.
The Pentagon Fails Audit – $21 Trillion in Transactions Could Not Be Traced, Documented, or Explained (nov 2018)
Capitalism means that a meritocracy organizes social competition by jurisdiction, and will always end up taking advantage of it. Corporations, governments and big banks have indeed a long history of banding together. We have more than 4000 years of History documenting that. Such a structure is inherent to monetarism, a for profit society.
Wealth being always achieved unethically, lies systematically create loopholes allowing the Truth to be known.
Monetary collusion doesn’t care about the environment as long as it is profitable. Socialism does not care about the people because its promises constantly fall short, and ever require further financial injections. Socialism will also not attempt to dismantle the power structure because that could spell trouble and represent a threat to the doctrine itself. Socialism will rather seek to enforce so-called reforms, which in fact are improved loopholes.
Darwinism is grand fallacy as a model and the evidence is our technology. Today it is clear that The Internet of Things and AI were created to build a technocracy seeking to hijack people’s brains. The future is no longer about money but a reward credit system based on total submission and the loss of individuation.
Definition of individuation (merriam-webster)
1 : the act or process of individuating: such as
a(1) : the development of the individual from the universal
(2) : the determination of the individual in the general
Ultimately socialism is just a scheme to bribe and obtain consent from the people much faster. Social programs for populations are the opium of the masses and help the wealthy further their monopolies by bankrupting competitors.
Monetarism has caused a perpetual alienation of people’s birthrights.
By birthrights it is meant, the right to have a shelter, utilities and food — and more importantly the need for children to have rights that protect them from abuse and being trafficked.
Nature does not accumulate anything and gives all Creatures evenly and indiscriminately. The only aim of Nature is to give even when she takes a life. The latter is often instantly consumed.
When man compares himself to animals, or think he’s one, his behavior is worse than which of animals because he can create tools, weapons for mass destruction and… even poison the Host that feeds him.
There are no animals capable of endangering other species, pushing them on the brink of extinction.
This means that man is much more than an animal when he really seeks to escape the bankrupt thinking of violence. In the world of men sufferings are created because the framework we live in condones selfishness and individualism.
We don’t put back what we take out most of the time because monetarism teaches us to treat one another as commodities.
Here is what one of the theorists of consumerism declared as a mockery:
VICTOR LEBOW: Our enormously productive economy demands that we make consumption our way of life, that we convert the buying and use of goods into rituals, that we seek our spiritual satisfactions, our ego satisfactions, in consumption. The measure of social status, of social acceptance, of prestige, is now to be found in our consumptive patterns. The very meaning and significance of our lives today expressed in consumptive terms. The greater the pressures upon the individual to conform to safe and accepted social standards, the more does he tend to express his aspirations and his individuality in terms of what he wears, drives, eats- his home, his car, his pattern of food serving, his hobbies. These commodities and services must be offered to the consumer with a special urgency. We require not only “forced draft” consumption, but “expensive” consumption as well. We need things consumed, burned up, worn out, replaced, and discarded at an ever increasing pace. We need to have people eat, drink, dress, ride, live, with ever more complicated and, therefore, constantly more expensive consumption. The home power tools and the whole “do-it-yourself” movement are excellent examples of “expensive” consumption.
The input (production) and output (consumerism) gaps are the root of all sufferings and poverty, wars and destruction of Natural Resources. No matter how we look at the picture wealth is a delusional view of reality and staggering failure to understand Nature.
Men with a higher awareness are going to follow nature instead of fighting it because when they fight Nature, they become environmental destroyers and commit suicide as a species.
Life will never be about wealth accumulation, because when we die we do not take anything with us. Thinking that life is about a 9 to 5pm job, getting into debt and competition to stay afloat… until we no longer can is missing the purpose of life. This is degeneracy… ALIENATION.
Nature Dictates ALL Human Behaviors. Nature takes to IMMEDIATELY RE-GIVE and this respects output and input in the environment. Animals go by the Laws of Nature, so what does it imply for human beings?
This means that human beings must learn TO GIVE the same way Nature GIVES. GIVING is the only way we can survive as a species and civilization – or we begin to self-destruct.
This means that humans have to contribute in a non-coercive environment to generate abundance.
Humans are not animals because they do have a mind to understand the GIVING AND REGIVING PROCESS.
PS: this blog is a compilation of the knowledge that has been shared so far. Earth Custodians feel that it is necessary to keep their philosophy straight forward and comprehensible. Feel free to share it to give the paradigm shift a boost.
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