The history of humanity in terms of movement, immigration, humans have always moved toward money, or the promise of money. People from many different countries cam to the U.S. lured by the prospect of the possibility that there is more opportunity to get a job. Which means, opportunity to become a slave for someone, to perform some task for them and have them give you money (which is access to life, to the ability to survive and breathe in this physical reality).

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Human movement has always been directed by money. You can say that many have fled ‘prosecution’ and for ‘religious freedom’, but this too is determined by money, because the ones that made the rules are the ones that had the money to do so, and the ones that fled such rule are the ones that did not have the money.

Immigrants had to flock to where there were some people who had capital to utilize their labor and start a business.

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As such, decisions have never been made by all together. They have been made by those that had money. This is how our cities have been formed. Someone decides to build a skyscraper here, a factory there, etc.

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As my textbook on American History states:


“City building was mostly an exercise in private enterprise. The profit motive spurred the great innovations – the trolley car, electric lighting, the skyscraper, the elevator, the telephone – and drove urban real estate development. The investment opportunities looked so tempting that new cities sprang up almost overnight from the ruins of the Chicago fire of 1871 and the San Fransisco earthquake of 1906. Real estate interests, eager to develop subdivisions, lobbied for streetcar lines pushing outward from the central districts. The subway, predicted the New York Times, would open the outer suburbs to “a population of ten millions . . . housed comfortably, healthfully, and relatively cheaply” – a gold mine for developers.”

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So as you can see, it has always been about profit, all the ‘developments’ we’ve ever done, were driven by profit. It continues:

“America gave birth to what one urban historian has called the “private city”, shaped primarily by many individuals, all pursuing their own goals and bent on making money. The prevailing belief was that the sum of such private activity would far exceed what the community might accomplish through public effort.”

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Firstly, it’s misleading to refer to these individuals that privately shaped cities as ‘many’ as they are in fact an incredibly small minority out of all people.

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Secondly, within this, we can see the utter lack of common sense, wherein if these individuals are pursuing only their own goals, and for the sake of making money, then the sum of their activities is going to be for their benefit, so regardless if there is a greater sum of activity, it will not be enjoyed by all. And if all people are put into equal position meaning monetary status, with these few individuals, then all would have an equal ability to act, and thus to assume that a few will act more than many could, is totally ridiculous.

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And if you have all people acting and creating according to what’s best for all, you would have the sum of those actions be for the benefit of all, therefore you could see that the sum of activities which could be enjoyed by all is obviously ‘greater’ than a sum of activities which is only to benefit a few- so the ‘quantity’ of activities is irrelevant, as what matters is does it benefit all or only a few?

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And of course within this ‘more activities’ is not necessarily what’s better or beneficial, as you can see in our current system there is so much excessive unnecessary labor being done and resources being used up at an unsustainable rate.

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We need to work toward being able to take all things into consideration, so that we can make decisions that will actually benefit us, as a whole, because that is what will be sustainable, that is what will actually benefit us as individuals. We need to work on being able to work together effectively, not fighting each other over self-interest as that only leads to abuse, and thus is not actually in self’s interest. For all of our history we have never done this. We have simply existed doing the same shit over and over again, and it has gotten old. Now here is something we have never tried, and it promise the ultimate experience of ourselves here, to live like how we would actually like,< without suffering, misery, abuse.

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It’s time lift the veils on this polarity of ‘private’ vs. ‘public’. To realize that when we have chosen to make something ‘private’, it was due to money, we said the private sector can do a better job because they have enough money, although we knew that they will be acting in their own interest to make profits and will disregard life it’s a trade-off we accepted because there was no apparent other choice- although the solution has always been here- if the problem keeping us from acting in the best interest of ourselves as the whole is a lack of money then you change the money system. Money is supposed to be a tool we use to facilitate our movements, but its become a tool of extensive abuse- it’s time we redefine Money to be that which serves us, rather than that which we Serve.

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For the first time in history, a money system is being developed which will actually Serve all Life, rather than be used as the tool to take advantage and abuse. If you are Tired of being a Slave to Money – Investigate the Equal Money System.

 

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