A lot of ground is covered in this video. I will have to go through this video at some point and begin separating related content into their own videos. But for now, this one video is a really great introduction to what Metagaiaes is, how it works, why it’s needed, and a whole lot more.
First of all, when I say “Freedom, Equality and Sovereignty for All,” the equality I am speaking of is not a financial equality, it is equality in terms of Power, Authority and Rights. Financial equality is a fallacy. Equality has nothing to do with finances, Equity does. We will get to that in a minute.
Income Tax is theft. Let that ring like a bell in your mind for as long as possible, because it’s as true as the truth gets. Income Tax is a group of people demanding that you owe them some of the money that you earned through your own efforts that they never did anything to earn for themselves. Like the mafia, they claim to offer a deal you can’t refuse, and they certainly like to think you can’t refuse it. They say they offer protection through their military and police forces, they say they offer benefits such as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, unemployment insurance, workers compensation, food stamps and so on, they say they take care of the infrastructure. But in truth, none of the services the Government provides are paid for by income taxes, they are paid for by sales tax, property tax, excise tax, tariffs, and specific taxes as in the case of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, unemployment insurance and workers compensation.
I’ve already covered that the primordial act of Love is Attention, but it goes much deeper than that. Love is inherently based on Desire. Desire is the cause of Love. Desire is an emotion, but Love is not. Love is a committed act of Service towards the fulfillment of the Desire backing it. To Love is to Serve, whether that be to serve oneself, or to serve others.
The truth is constantly staring us in the face, but we are constantly being told that resources are scarce and that is why we need to trade money to buy things. We are taught that trading money for things allows us to regulate the supply in order to meet the demand. But that couldn't be further from the truth. We are constantly over-producing and therefore having to artificially increase prices in order to make up for the loss of profit on all the things we have to throw away.
(3) For use in a human society, it can be defined as “A Holographic System of Organization that allows us to manage people, resources, productivity and information without violating anyone’s rights to Freedom, Equality and Sovereignty.”
Both Capitalism and Socialism are economic strategies for Occult Slavery.
Ownership is tricky concept. Essentially, only God can own anything because only God created it. All the resources on this planet were here long before we were created. However, we are the Creator creating Itself, so technically we can own things as an extension of God in this world. But then, everything that exists is an extension of God in this world because everything is the Creator creating Itself. Therefore, technically, the only thing we can own is our self because everything owns itself. But then, technically, everything is our self, because everything is the Creator. In the end we have to choose between one of two courses of action: Either everyone owns everything, or no one owns anything except themselves.
What we see happening here is we create a certain amount of currency, or purchasing power, and we then take that purchasing power, which is a debt, and give it to someone else for their product or service; so now we owe the bank the amount we just spent, plus interest, and on top of that, we just gave the grocery store pieces of paper that literally say, “I’ll pay for my bill later.”
Everything in the value of a product or service hinges on the value of the time and energy of the people producing it. Why do think people say, "Time is money?" When you buy a product, you are paying for the cost of checking out at the register, stocking the shelf with the product, the cost of distributing the product to the store, manufacturing the product, the cost of manufacturing the materials used by the manufacturers and the cost of shipping those materials, the cost of mining or obtaining the raw materials and distributing those to the material mills and factories. Oh, and let’s not forget the value of the time spent marketing the products or services, or the time spent engineering the product, or the time that HR has to put in managing employees within the business, etc. etc. etc. EVERYTHING concerning the value of our products and services boils down to time spent in labor. Why do you think everything was so much cheaper when indentured servitude was legal?