What if EVERYONE was wealthy beyond their wildest dreams and how would that affect our perceived “freedom”?
I often use an analogy of freedom as a man walking his dog. The man is the government, you are the dog and the leash is your freedom.
And this isn’t even “freedom”. These are “civil liberties”.
In an ideal world, there would only be two rules or laws:
1. Love everyone. 2. Respect everything.
What we are granted are civil liberties and through false flag events such as 911, these have become severely restricted. Please keep in mind that “liberties” are FAR from “freedom”.
If there was no such thing as money
What many people fail to grasp is that we are ALL economic slaves to a broken system of subservience, control and conformity. They will assume that we NEED to work and will say, “How do you expect to live without money?”
My response to them is, “If there was no such thing as money, then what would YOU be doing with your life?”
I recently met a young couple and asked them the above question. The woman stated, without hesitation, that she would be working with animals in some manner. The man, however, was somewhat perplexed at this question and basically had no answer and honestly, at this age, I probably would have been in the same boat.
I asked a 63 year old man the same question. His answer was that he would travel the world. I told him eventually he would want to do something to contribute to society and he responded, “At my age, I could travel for the rest of my life.” I let it go at that but deep down, I know he would eventually do something to contribute to society.
If you can imagine a world without money, then you can ultimately discover your life purpose and why you are here at this particular point in space and time. Certainly, we did not incarnate to become economic slaves to a failed system of fiat currency (or a slave to any currency, for that matter) but because of our perceived belief that we NEED money to survive, we perpetuate this cycle of insanity.
There are several proposals on how we can all live in abundance and prosperity without the need for money, such as the Ubuntu program or the Venus Project (above picture). If everyone lived in abundance and prosperity, then what would that do to crime rates? You already know the answer. Because those in power rule through fear, if there was no such thing as money, they would have no power at all because money is what drives their system of indentured slavery.
There is no “Free Will” within this matrix until we can ultimately be free to do whatever we choose to do. In a system on economic slavery, free will would quickly lead to chaos but in a world of prosperity and abundance, without money, we could actually be free to do virtually anything. Morality would be the overriding principle which would prevent you from hurting others. In a free willed society of prosperity and abundance, why would anyone want to do such a thing?
Granted, there would be some people who would want to either rule over everyone else or would want more than their share due to the perpetual programming that we need to have as much as we can to survive, but this is a fallacy.
Predicting the economic future
As empires crumble, their last resort is to create war to defend what they are about to lose. In the United States, the Federal Reserve’s system of fiat currency and the manipulation of the stock markets and interest rates, as well as precious metals has been placed in a very precarious position as over 180 countries have joined the BRICS alliance in order to end the Fed’s grip on humanity. With no other choices, we can expect some contrived war based on false pretenses in order to keep their system going for a little while longer. In the meanwhile, there is great pressure on the Fed to be completely audited, including the alleged gold that is supposed to be in Fort Knox.
We can also expect bioterrorism, which may ultimately trace back to the Federal Reserve. In a recent article, it was noted that the CDC owns the patent on the Ebola virus and they will collect royalties on all future Ebola vaccines. A global pandemic would not only wipe out millions of “useless eaters” but would also serve as a way to round people up into FEMA camps while detracting the attention from the Fed’s crimes against humanity.
Impending prosperity for all?
As documented by Kevin Annett, the Roman Catholic Church’s crimes against humanity may ultimately provide abundance for everyone, as the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) has enough net worth to feed, clothe and shelter everyone.
Hypothetically, if the RCC were to crumble and their net assets were to be distributed to everyone on this planet, we could ALL live in immediate abundance and prosperity but ultimately, we need to transition into a society that does not have fiat currency and eventually, no money at all.
What if everyone was wealthy?
Imagine if everyone was entitled to $10 million dollars or more? Do you think the fry cook would still be making french fries at McDonald’s? How many businesses would immediately shut down? How much would your money REALLY be worth if eventually, there was nothing to buy because no one wanted to work anymore? In my opinion, this would be the ideal situation that would lead us into a system such as Ubuntu or the Venus Project because it would be at that point in time that people would finally realize how worthless money truly is and how we never needed it to survive.
As long as there is money, we will all be economic slaves to a broken system and because we need to work for money, there will never be true freedom until the system collapses or implodes within itself. The key is to make the most out of this broken system until something much better replaces it. Even in the above situation where everyone was financially wealthy, we would still be in a system of economic subservience without true freedom.
Ultimately, people will finally understand that if one person is homeless or hungry, then we ALL are. With Pluto in Capricorn until 2023, we will soon see the complete collapse of money, government and religion. What we do from that point forward is up to us and if I had my say, we would all live in a world with freedom and without money.
~ Gregg Prescott, M.S
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