Whoever came up with the idea that life has to be earned? That’s a rhetorical question. The idea that life has to be earned is a fallacy.
Humans are the only creatures on this planet who share this unfounded belief. Every other creature on this planet doesn’t go around trying to earn its existence. We don’t have to earn our existence by serving a purpose. We exist because we have a purpose to serve.
The problem is, the way our world is designed stifles us from discovering our true purpose. Having to serve a purpose to earn our existence prevents us from stepping into our true purpose.
We are bombarded with distractions from day one. We are indoctrinated into religious beliefs before we even have the chance to think for ourselves. We are led to believe that God and the angels exist as a hierarchy of power and authority in the heavens, and that if we don’t obey God, then we are going to hell. Then we are sent off to “school” where we are indoctrinated into the hierarchy of of power and authority on earth and taught that certain humans can wield authority over us, just because the rules dictate it.
Our creativity is stifled, our imaginations are stifled, our curiosity is stifled. Then we either go to a University for further indoctrination in a set of lies regarding specific subject matter, or we go straight into the workforce in order to “earn our living.” By this time, we no longer even question it. It just is what it is. It’s has always been this way. There is no other way.
We have been programmed to think this way, programmed to act this way, programmed not to question it, programmed to accept it, programmed not to be able to think of alternatives.
Fortunately, however, there are some who, like me, caught on to this early enough to recognize what was going on, and therefore were fortunate enough to not let them program us. We retained our curiosity, our creativity, our imaginations. We paid attention to nature, we self-educated, we thought of alternative solutions, we ran simulations of what the world could be like in different ways in our imagination.
So many people think that capitalism and democracy are the only way to be free. Little do they know that both democracy and capitalism only serve to give them the illusion of freedom so that they will continue to willingly enslave themselves. This is the only difference between Communism/Socialism and Democracy/Capitalism – the illusion of freedom.
Being able to spend your money on whatever you want is not freedom if you can barely afford to survive. Having the opportunity to do whatever you want, invent whatever you want, start whatever business you want, is not freedom if they won’t let you get a loan because your credit sucks because you have always only just barely been able to survive.
The mediocre educated middle-class have the most opportunity to improve their lives in this world, and yet most of them never take the opportunity because they are the most indoctrinated into the slave mentality. On the other hand, those who are just barely surviving in this world have the most creativity and imagination to better their lives with, yet opportunity doesn’t functionally exist for them.
Meanwhile, the wealthy elite, knowing full well what they are doing, keep happily trudging along, making wild profits all along the way, not so that they can live in utter freedom at the expense of everyone else, because they don’t care about that, but simply to fill the void in their heart where they lack empathy, compassion and love. They are just as much slaves as everyone else, but they are slaves to their own selfishness.
So what is the solution to all this? How can we create a world of true freedom? It’s pretty simple, really. It’s just very difficult for most people to accept.
We have to give ourselves a Free Access Economy. Upon hearing this, many people cringe and cry “COMMUNIST!!!” A Free Access Economy is not Communism, nor is it Socialism.
Communism/Socialism is when the Government owns everything and they get to decide who gets what, and when, and whether or not someone gets nothing based on the criteria of the Social Credit System. A Free Access Economy is not Government Ownership, in fact, Ownership doesn’t even exist in a Free Access Economy. This one might piss off the Capitalists, but ownership is also part of the Master/Slave system (learn more here). A Free Access Economy is also not equal distribution for all. That would be ludicrous.
Here is what a Free Access Economy is. It is when everything operates exactly the same as it already does in a Capitalist Free Market, except you don’t get paid a wage for time worked/results, and you don’t have to pay for anything when you go shopping. You scan items on the way out in order for the store to maintain it’s inventory, but that’s it. No money, no exchange.
It works the same with services too. You can still have the plumber and the electrician come over your house, you can still go see the Doctor and the Dentist, you can still go that Yoga Studio and get that hair cut, but you don’t have to pay for it, because they don’t need to be paid for it, because they can do the same thing.
In nature, this is called Indirect and transient Exchange. Exchanges are still being made, they are just not being made directly. You don’t have to pay the plumber and the electrician because they are paid by being able to freely partake of the products and services in society as well. The best part of this system is that it allows everyone to live according to whatever standards suit them, rather than according to whatever they can afford.
At this point, you might be thinking, well, if we did that, then everyone would just take everything until nothing was left on the shelves for others and we would quickly run out of resources. These are unfounded fears. Think about it, shelves only go empty when there is a perceived state of emergency, such as a hurricane, or a fake pandemic. Nobody clears out the shelves in the stores when they expect there be more tomorrow.
As for resources, if we have a Free Access Economy, then we don’t need to worry about the cost of recycling. The only reason we are running out of resources now is because we are strictly profit oriented. Recycling costs more money than it can make. 99% of all recycled products in the U.S. are sold to China for them to burn as fuel in their powerplants. They make more money burning our recyclables than we would recycling. That’s a fact.
In a Free Access Economy, we can recycle everything, because we don’t have to worry about the cost, or the profit margins. And I mean EVERYTHING. Everyone’s waste is someone else’s resource. Furthermore, we can work on cleaning the ocean and the atmosphere and generating clean, free wireless electricity, again, because we don’t have to worry about the cost or the profit margins.
Money enslaves us all, Rich, poor, and everyone in between. But how do we transition the entire world, as big and complex as it is, over to a Free Access Economy – especially when so many people are so helplessly indoctrinated and dependent upon Capitalism and Socialism?
To answer that question, head on over the article Holobank – Service Based Free Access Economy.