Sunday, March 13, 2011

Equal Money and Natural Disasters

Equal Money and Natural Disasters
Take a look at how an equal money system, which is a system that is not based on capitalization, as capitalization is concerned with PROFIT and not the well being of humanity and the earth, will change the way we currently live in the world, and stop much of the unnecessary abuses.
For example Natural Disasters;
With an Equal Money System that is not based on capitalism, we could have technology to NOT have NUCLEAR Reactors.
As the corporate governments only look at how to enslave people by not allowing much new technology to be used.
For instance there is a way to get energy for use right out of our own yard. How can they control people and make profits if the fear of no energy is not there?
Resources are held back to make supply and demand to increase profits.
Such as, building, building, building to make money and profit as fast as possible because of competition, with an EMS we would take the time to put homes in places less likely to be devastated by a natural disaster.
Some other ways an EMS will assist with abuse.
Families and marriage, much of family’s bickering are about money.
Many marry, just to be financially supported by someone, thus causing emotional flares of inferiority/superiority within relationship.
Many “crimes” will cease to exist, because it is a “crime” to steal, and many do so because they do not have money.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Albert Einstein's thoughts on "The Source of Evil"

Albert Einstein's thoughts on "The Source of Evil"

"The economic anarchy of capitalist society as it exists today is, in my opinion, the real source of evil.‎ Private capital tends to become concentrated in few hands, partly because of competition among the capitalists, and partly because technological development and the increasing division of labor encourage the formation of larger units of production at the expense of the smaller ones. The result of these developments is an oligarchy of private capital the enormous power of which cannot be effectively checked even by a democratically organised political society. This is true since the members of legislative bodies are selected by political parties, largely financed or otherwise influenced by private capitalists who, for all practical purposes, separate the electorate from the legislature.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Pride as Separation

I could never get into this sense of being “proud” of the idea that we are different.

Sayings like:

Proud to be an American
Gay Pride
Irish Pride
And so on.

Anything that is different it seems that we have a “need” to be proud of it.

I am gay, and I am not proud of it. It is simply what I am. Just like everyone else, they are simply who they are.
I mean every single thing there is on the planet is different in expression.

Thus, it seems silly to have to be proud of it. I mean its cool – diversity is defiantly cool, and it is defiantly what life IS. LIFE IS Diversity!

So why don’t we accept and value our sameness instead of having to be proud we are different?

I am not sure where this idea got started, but it would seem to be from how we as a human species seems to feel inadequate. This can be seen in our history of recorded wars.
For some reason, humans have to take from others the land they are living on and all their possessions to feel worthy. We are still as a world nation doing this today!

If you study history, you will learn how all this land we call “ours” was taken from indigenous people by lying, stealing and killing them. And then we become “proud”!

If our world as the human species are to survive- this proudness has to stop, as it is undoubtedly breading separation and competition that creates jealously and anger.

So I say; Lets support each other in our Sameness, which is what we don’t do. What is our sameness?

We all need to eat, we all need shelter, and in society today all should have equal access to education and health care. Lets Support and BE Proud of Our Sameness.