Statement for a Fairer World

The Neoliberal/Materialistic Brain Wash

Many structural and organizational aspects of our world’s societies have shown to be very problematic for the majority of this planets population and the planet itself. For more than a century now, political, scientific and religious leaders have repeatedly taught us that these “truths” are inevitable and must be followed by:

  • The world is purely material and any change and evolution is due to accident and pure physical laws
  • Humans only consist of their material existence, we are our bodies and our minds
  • Humans are completely egoistic by nature/biology
  • Competition is the only valid driving force in economy
  • Hierarchical power structures are natural and inevitable
  • Representative democracies are actually real democracies
  • Supra-nationalism and world government are needed and inevitable
  • Statism is inevitable
  • The debt-based, virtual monetary system is the only option
  • Interest rates are a normal phenomenon
  • Economic growth is inevitable to keep economies running
  • Financial bubbles are inevitable and normal
  • Powerful and rich people deserve their status

Please realize: These are dogmas, we as a human world collective DO NOT NEED to follow them.

Results of Us Following the Elitists’ Dogmas

Straight to the point, these concepts and the people pleading for them are responsible for:

  • Un-sustainable exploitation and destruction of nature and the planet in general
  • Extremely uneven distribution of food, goods, water, energy and political power across the planet
  • Extreme financial accumulation on individuals
  • Completely corrupt governmental and supra-national organizations all over the world
  • Big, intransparent and corrupt global corporations running outside the law and co-creating laws
  • Mind-control and manipulation of the public opinion with owned media, bought scientists and political mock battles
  • A very small group behind the scenes can remotely control all parts of society by their money and secretive organizations (from top to bottom: Rothshilds, Zionists/Cabalists, Rockefellers, European aristocracy, the Council on Foreign Relations, the FED, the Trilateral Commission, American masonic Presidents, Bilderbergers, rest of the Illuminati rat hole). Remember for example that the big important reserve boards are all privately owned and that it’s always the same names appearing when things go wrong!
  • Killing people for resources in the name of “human rights” and “democracy”

Some (Possible) Solutions

I’m really not a believer in utopias as I studied history and know very well where the Nazi and Communist experiments leaded to. From my entrepreneurship of a small company I also know that our economy can work without the above dogmas. These are my base suggestions to solve most of our problems:

  1. Exhaustive investigation of all crimes and complete removal of the dark cabal/Illuminati/Freemason conspirators in all countries
  2. All kind of organizations lose their right of secrecy, citizens have the right to know all that they want (Wikileaks to the max, all intelligence agencies and secret societies are forbidden). On the contrary, overarching privacy for individuals  is again put back in place and can only be bypassed on reasonable suspicion
  3. Replacement of all worldwide governmental systems by Direct Democracy with at least as much people power as in Switzerland’s direct democratic system
  4. Move ownership of all worldwide reserve boards away from private corporations to the people/states
  5. Complete ban of interest rates. Financial service providers may only charge for services, interest rates are forbidden, as in the islamic banking system (*)
  6. Democratization in the economy: Benefits are distributed among the workers of a company by contribution, not among investors (see also ban of interest rates above)
  7. Expropriation of wealth that surpasses the limits that are needed for a comfortable, safe and secure life with our inner family members. See also my article Statement for a fairer Economic System. Nobody deserves an asset of 53 billion dollars, they only use it to broaden their egomaniac influence
  8. Ban of taxes for individuals. The sad tradition of taxation of human work is a poor remnant from ancient times and has no ethical base
  9. Taxation on the consumption of resources. Today, corporations can exploit nature for relatively small fees and consume the exorbitant profits from the produced goods (worst are uranium, oil, gas, metals, plantations, water). Resources belong to all people and all living creatures on the planet or in a specific region. Resources are going to be taxed in a way that corporations are forced to produce sustainably
  10. Federalization: Relocate as much power and responsibility back to the small: Get rid of the UN political and military aspects, remove or democratize supranational formations like the European Union, move as much power back to the regions and communities as reasonably possible.
  11. Democratization of science/scientific results, removal of the patent rights system. Every human has the right to get and use all knowledge available

* Interest rates are the main power vehicle for the hidden plundering of the world’s wealth by the dark cabal (see Illuminati list above). One very important benefit from banned interest rates is the shortfall of the need for constant economic growth and thus a better shelter for the worlds resources:

Interest causes a consecutive growth of monetary assets and their concentration in the hands of a few. The destabilization of society caused by these facts have been realized in former centuries. But because interest is necessary to insure traditional money circulation and the system would crash without interest, interest was never abolished. After World War II the negative effects of the interest orientated system could be compensated by a growing economy but the effects get worse as the economy ages. This is the origin of various social tensions. In the long-term there is the danger of an economic, ecological and social crash of society.
Dr. Erhard Glötzl, “The How and Why of a New Monetary System

My suggestions might all look pretty utopian on a first glimpse, but we really do not need any of the changed remnants above. The complete removal of statism, money in general and free markets (see for example Zeitgeist/Venus Project) is not on my scope as they are an even more giant leap from the current situation and need more time for humanity to evolve thus far.

All of these suggestions have to be analyzed further scientifically and verified for all side-effects. We should also place any system changes with prudence and with time to allow the societies to react and digest the changes without human suffering (except for the Satanist elite criminals). Such a huge change also cannot be forced but only encouraged by good example.

Lets Finish with a Very Funny Introduction to the History of our Monetary System

Statement for a fairer Economic System

All seeing eye and pyramid of power on a dollar bill

All Seeing Eye and Pyramid of Power on a Dollar Bill

Today I slightly drift away from my main topics of this blog. But I think the questions that arise around our economic problems these days are closely related to conspiracy theories and how the powerful and rich run this world.

Wealth is used for power and it’s abuse

As even mainstream media has started to cover more and more the fraudulent behaviour of many corporations and managers, the broad public is about to realize that we are manipulated and controlled by the wealthy and rich and people start to oppose.

One problem of our economic system is not so much “globalization” in its meaning of being global, but that there are absolutely no limits on what individuals can earn/steal from this system and how much power they gain by these exaggerated amounts. We are talking here of the Forbes list of the rich, from 7 to 53 billion dollars per person…  It is the cancellation of the achievement principle at the upper end!

Proposal: Limit income and wealth to reasonable amounts

People who earn, say for example, more than one million dollar a year, and have a wealth of more than 10 million dollars, do not use most of their money to sustain their life and their family or do good to others, but to spread their influence and power by “investing”. I have quoted this term, as most of these investors are not directly interested in the companies they invest in, nor the people who work there or the helpfulness of their products/services. They are just interested in profit and numbers, which leads to the distortions of the financial system that we can observe at least since 2008.

I propose therefore to change our economic system to limit income and wealth to amounts that are needed to live a comfortable, safe and secure life with our inner family members in a given country.

Now you might ask, how should investment and capitalism work if one person cannot own large parts of a large company? Well, it works, but differently. Automatically, there need to be bigger numbers of people to come together, agree on their goals, and invest together. The effect is a sudden increase in democratization of our economy.

Positive effects:

  • Democratization in corporate ownership
  • Reduction in corruption and other power/money abuses
  • Reduction in stock-market distortions
  • Flattening and even getting rid of the pyramid of power

If you find negative effects, as there surely are, I’m looking forward to read your comments.

Proposal 2: Partitioning of profits between investors and employees

Oskar Lafontaine, a german leftist politician, states very conclusive, that the wealth of Bill Gates was mostly not created by his own work but by thousands of his employees. Nobody can really create the value of 53 billion dollars by his own work. As he says: “Proprietary is produced by work, not speculation or bonuses” (from “Die Weltwoche“, a Swiss independent news magazine).

The communists made the error of allocating the ownership of the economy to the state. The capitalists make the error of allocating the ownership to money. Lets do the right thing and allocate the profit partly and by cause to work.

Proposal 2, by the way, reduces significantly the need to apply the first proposal, as profits are distributed wider and fairer.

The problem of fixed limits in the economy

How to implement these ideas? Now that’s the hard part. If we just put fixed limits to income and wealth, this inevitably will lead to unwanted side effects.

We could put the limits in relation to the medium living standard of a  country in a given year. This would allow us to evolve in common inside a country, but does not get rid of the differences between countries.

And how to implement control, prosecution and so on without the need of an all-powerful state? Would people choose such a system when asked in a poll? What do WE want?


Brilliant philosopher and thinker Stefan Molyneux talks about the insanity of our world economy (from minute 08:20):