UBUNTU Contributionism - A Blueprint For Human Prosperity Kindle Edition
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Already in the local area where I live there are signs of people starting to share and developing a form of informal community.
I would like to thank the author for having thought this all out so comprehensively and presenting it so well.
I really hope that it takes off around the world. We are in such trouble already and this is the sort of solution that will work.
I long to belong to such a society where each person is value for simply being human. A society 'where all want to help all.'
Using the word 'cashless' probably brings different feeling to each person. Some may equate it to 'broke', others to 'worthless', others to 'primitive', rarely will they relate it to freedom, 'Ubuntu', and all the other good things which are *direct opposites* to what most people grieve over today.
If as a people we would open our eyes more, just one day a week, to challenge the status quo, can you imagine the impact that would have? How that consciousness would compound and permeate society...? Imagine I help you and expect no money in return because I know helping you is indirectly helping me and the next person. All coming from that pure place in the hart where monetary profit has no,.... significance.
Imagine that kind of liberation. Human helping another.
cannot see this happening until the Cabal is ready to forfit the monies and power... something
to contemplate on in the future... will this be in my life time???? That is the BIG Question.
The solution to the question about what types of reform to our monetary systems should take place is to eliminate it altogether. Without it, you eliminate the need and source of most government structure except at the very local level. With no money there is no incentive to steal, pollute, skimp on quality, engineer in obsolescence, etc. Bribery and corruption would be impossible and wars would fade into history.
At first glance Contributionism seems communistic. However communism can only exist in a system that uses money. Tellinger has brilliantly mapped out a modern adaptation of an ancient African tribal way of living. He has a sound plan for getting from Point A to Point B that doesn't require confronting the system head on. It starts small at the community level. In fact, it has already started.
I did some math and I'm positive the plan can work. If you take the total number of work hours currently worked and eliminated all work that had anything to do with money or government bureaucracy you will see that we can provide all goods and services that people want and need with just a fraction of the effort.
This is a must read for any person who wants to finally be completely free and never have to worry about access to any needs or wants. Being mostly Libertarian for the majority of my life there were several concepts in the plan that were difficult for me to wrap my mind around. After 20 years of studying money however, I am now positive that Ubuntu Contributionism and the elimination of money altogether is the cure for what ails the majority of human existence on Planet Earth.
I also recommend his lecture on YouTube: http://youtu.be/1-je56ImhAk