If you were tasked with re-imagining all of our systems in order to create a new way of living, what would your vision look like? Would there be governments? Would there be laws? Would there be money?
I've asked this question to several people and, as i recall, i was disappointed at their responses in every case because in every case they failed to think outside the box. Rather then imagining new systems, they always fell back to using our current systems as a template. Of course you have a monetary system! How else are you going to trade and buy stuff, and what incentive would people have to work absent money, they might say. And without government and laws you have anarchy, they posit. That last statement is kind of funny because, according to the definition of anarchy i'm familiar with, anarchy is a well functioning society absent government, a concept they generally find to be impossible, but is it? Unfortunately anarchy has taken on strong negative connotations over the years by authoritarian governments and their handlers who insist on total control over everything and, more recently, as a result of radical Marxists/communists like Antifa and Black Lives Matter who pretend to be precisely the opposite of what they are.
Already the reader may be sensing underlying tones of socialist or communist ideologies in one possible solution to our problems i shall shed light upon, however that isn't what is being suggested, not at all.
Anyone who has done any serious research regarding how and why the world works as it does will be intimately familiar with the phrase "new world order" and much of what that entails as laid out by its psychopathic planners. Such plans have since been rebranded under titles such as "The Great Reset" and "Build Back Better" following the engineered COVID-19 "pandemic", made possible in part by misusing polymerase chain reaction (rtRCR testing) and all of the puppet mainstream media, including all of the mainstream social media platforms. The truth of the matter however is that we do need a new world order, just not one which is dictated by self-serving, psychopathic, tyrants and trans-humanists who only pretend to care about the welfare of the earth and the human species.
If you ask anyone what they think the root of our problems are, they might answer that money or greed is the culprit and they would be incorrect. I see the root cause of the great majority of our problems, and probably all of our major problems, as being a lack of a proper education. Most of our systems, including government, education, science and healthcare, revolve around money and the curriculum in our schools is designed to support these systems. Schools don't produce free thinkers because a free thinker would be damaging to "the system".
While i admire any activist or journalist that fights for a cause i feel is just, especially those who risk their well-being, most of these people and organizations are fighting the wrong enemy in my opinion. They are attempting to upright capsized systems without ever questioning whether the existence of the system itself is necessary. For example they think the answer to a corrupt government is to cut out the corruption and while this may be a short term solution to a few problems, it is just that; a short term solution which guarantees a return to a state of corruption. This axiom has been cemented in U.S. history by Thomas Jefferson who apparently stated (i never sourced the quote myself) that "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.". Can we not do better than repeating the same cycle of corruption and cleansing over and over? Is this not the definition of insanity? I, along with many others far more intelligent and educated than i am, think we can.
Many people would insist that greed is an inherent trait of our species, however there is evidence to suggest it is largely, if not entirely, a learned behavior. In an interview with High Times Buckminster Fuller stated:
Ignorance and greed are part of the evolutionary process, which is just to say that mistakes are part of learning. There is nothing bad about behaviors or perceptions that do not work; they simply have to be given up and replaced by behaviors or perceptions that do work.
Human behavior is subject to the same laws as any other natural phenomenon. Our customs, behaviors, and values are byproducts of our culture. No one is born with greed, prejudice, bigotry, patriotism and hatred; these are all learned behavior patterns.
Fresco was an amazing man; a true out-of-the-box thinker who spent most of his life analyzing the problems of our current societies and systems and proposing logical solutions to them. He was an inventor and a futurist who was able to discard the perceived "necessities" of our current systems, including socialism, communism and capitalism, and create something entirely new.
With the exception of the "global warming" due to human produced CO2 bullshit, the following is a very worthwhile documentary. The other issue i have with the film is the proposal for power generation using technologies based on solar, wind and water. There are infinitely better, cheaper, more stable and environmentally friendly ways to produce energy either centrally or at the individual home level. For more information i might suggest reading A Practical Guide to Free Energy Devices (alternate link).
This documentary explores the determinants of behavior to dispel the myth of “human nature”, demonstrating that environment shapes behavior. It illustrates how our social structures impose our values and behaviors demonstrating that our global monetary system is obsolete and increasingly insufficient to meet the needs of most people. It concludes with the vision of The Venus Project to build an entirely new world from the ground up, a “redesign of the culture” where all enjoy a high standard of living, free of servitude and debt, while also protecting the environment.
Peter Joseph, creator of the powerful Zeitgeist series of documentary videos, is on a path that is not so dissimilar from that of The Venus Project. Peter's work resulted in the international Zeitgeist Movement. The following is from their mission statement:
The focus includes recognizing that the majority of the modern world’s social problems, including mounting ecological crises and destabilizing economic inequality (oppression, poverty, conflict, corruption, etc.) is not an inevitable outcome of our civilization. Rather, TZM sees these issues as consequential symptoms of an outdated social system.
There are many resources available for those that recognize the problems with our current systems, including the following:
- A Practical Guide to Free Energy Devices
- Ben Joseph Stewart
- Creating Community
- Family Guardian Fellowship
- Free State Project
- Freedom School
- Intentional Communities
- Mexico Freedom Communities
- Moneyless World - Free World - Priceless World
- One Small Town
- Open Source Ecology
- Rainbow Family of Living Light
- Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry
- Sustainable Communities
- The Conscious Resistance Network
- The Freedom Cell Network
- The Venus Project (YouTube channel)
- The Zeitgeist Movement
- Transition Network
- Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms