The most oppressive creation by man, ever.

What dose it do for us?

It gives us the illusion that we can conquer anything, “if we only had enough money”.

Now I think that we should declare a “war on money”, to quote the Americans, eradicate it from existence, and not replace it with anything. If you think of any situation that we require money for and imagine it without, there is none that actually requires money or any alternative.

I’m not saying that we should all take as much stuff as we can, but as much as we need. There would be no such thing as rich or poor, no distinction of class, no discrimination by classification. We live in a unique time where the opportunity to evolve is at our disposal, which is what I think we will do with it. It would simplify everything.

For the tricky bit, life after money. Let me explain my idea; everyone that can work, dose, for about 20 hours per week, or whatever is necessary to get the job done. It frees up people’s time to do what life is for, living. We eliminate a lot of fabricated jobs in the imaginary industry of money, make them work in real jobs like growing food or creating stuff that people want, TV’s etc…

If everyone that can work did, we would not have unemployment. If there is work to be done it’s done. It would take a bit of organization, granted. But it can work; it’s at least as good a system as the current one. Maybe better considering the obstacles it removes.



Joined December 2008

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