What I find particularly perplexing is the prevalent state of ignorance when it comes to the possibility of ending many of the problems we have in today’s world; including this wealth divide. Many believe that there simply isn’t enough to go around; which by in part is true to a certain degree; but what many are unaware of is that this only the case because we have blatantly ignored the solutions.

We face these epidemics because of our inability to wisely manage our resources. There are many ways that we could all recycle resources and be less wasteful. Many electronics, computers and other components are thrown away after they’ve become “useless”. Millions of cell phones and computers are left in junkyards.

Essentially these electronics still have materials and resources that could be used in newer technology. The excuse we use is that it would “Cost” too much to recycle them; but in reality this is far from the Truth. There are many incentive programs we as a people could promote to encourage that these electronics are recycled and reused. Governments could grant subsidies and rewards for companies who recycle certain amount of electronics. This is one of many ways we could promote the wise management of the world’s resources.

The major contributor to the problems we face on this world is because of the suppression of technology. There are corporations, organizations, people and militarizes that are actively preventing the release of technology that could improve the quality of life. There is free energy inventions that could remove our dependency on oil. Healing modalities that would eliminate cancer, obesity and many other health related issues. Replicators that could stop the cruel and inhumane treatment of animals.

When these technologies are released it will revolutionize the world. No longer will the lack of energy, food, health or shelter be a issue. Ocean desalination could provide water to regions where fresh water is unavailable. Imagine having a free-energy reactor dedicated to desalinating water and pumping it to desert regions so that they can become vibrant flourishing gardens for many to live in. Egypt could be green once again; filled with life everlasting. Deserts all around the world could also be transformed into beautiful gardens.

Free Energy would make the oil industry obsolete. Our vehicles wouldn’t have to run on a finite resource anymore; we could have vehicles that never run out of gas; that don’t need to be filled with petro. Transportation would become easier for all people of the world; cheap transportation would allow people to go places they wouldn’t have been able to before because of the lack of money. Imagine; flying on a plane that uses Free-energy; the only cost would be overhead; such as wages and amenities.

This whole transportation example is just one idea with free energy. If we combine it with the suppressed teleportation technology that many programs within the USAP community have utilized; we can virtually create a minimal energy impact transportation system. Communities could be designed intelligently to reduce the amount of energy. Instead of having a vehicle for each individual in the community we could design a transportation system that relies more on efficient modes of transportation such as trains, monorails, large aircraft and buses.

City to city transportation could rely on monorails, trains, aircraft and even teleportation. Inner city transportation could involve a variety of methods as well; monorails again could be used; buses, subways short range aircraft vehicles and even conveyor lines could be utilized. 

Redesigning our communities will play a important role in future communities. It would be much easier to create a more ideal society if we factor in the layout of the communities. Cities right now embody the ideals of chaos. Cities have very chaotic layouts and designs; there is very little symmetry in the way cities are built or designed. This tends to make it harder for people to navigate in them because of the lack of symmetry. Jacque Fresco with The Venus Project has put forth a societal model that is both elegant, efficient and beautifully conceived. Here below is a image of one of his designs.


As you can see here the design of the community is very symmetric, the uniformity is undeniable. Thinking of it from a logical point of view; we can see that the circular design is the most efficient. Getting to point A to point B would be easy because of symmetric layout of the community. Whenever you live in the above example; all you would need to do is find a train or monorail that arrives at the center of the community. Let’s not forget that Atlantis utilized the circular community design as well in ancient times.

The center of the community could be used as the main transportation hub. There everyone would get onto another monorail and start outwards to where they need to go. This would reduce the amount of vehicles needed to get people from point A to point B. Plus it would make the transportation system more efficient by transporting a large number of people in single trips; rather than multiple smaller ones. The key is mass transportation; to move as many people possible on these monorails.

When we think of free-energy; we shouldn’t give in to the idea of “Well now that we have free energy we can afford to be wasteful”. On the contrary free energy will still need to be managed appropriately. If we continue to be wasteful with energy we’ll have to build more reactors; possibly build larger ones. Exactly how much wattage free energy reactors can produce I do not know; but I do know the less wasteful we are the easier it will be to provide to the needs of the people.

This is where Africa becomes a main component in this new type of community with the Ubuntu philosophy. Wikipedia describes Ubuntu as:

“Ubuntu (/ʊˈbntʊ/ uu-boon-tuu; Zulu pronunciation: [ùɓúntʼù])[1][2] is a Nguni Bantu term roughly translating to “human kindness”.[dubious ] It is an idea from the Southern African region which means literally “human-ness”, and is often translated as “humanity towards others”, but is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity”.[3]

Michael Tellinger with Ubuntu Planet has used the Ubuntu philosophy to create Contributionism. This is philosophy of prioritizing the needs of the community. Michael Tellinger describes it as “If it’s not good for everyone; it’s not good at all.” Thus the needs of the community become the number one factor in determining where we go as a society.

With Contributionism the needs of the people would be provided for; everyone would be able to follow their own aspirations and dreams for what they wish to contribute to society. People are given the freedom to pursue what they love to do. Contributionism shares that everyone has something that they can provide; whether it is something simple like a farmer or complex like a inventor; we all have something that can enrich the community.

Contributionism would lead others to the conclusion and understanding that money is not needed. Everything that a person needs in order to survive and flourish will be provided. You won’t need money to get anything; because you’ll already have what you need. If you happen to need something else; others will be more then happy to assist you. Money will become obsolete; because communities will band together as one to help each other.

So remember; this wealth gap we are currently experiencing is artificial; we have the means to make it a thing of the past. The only thing required is awareness of the solutions. Yes the gap may seem large and wide; but soon we’ll be living in a society that embodies the true virtues that make humanity great. That being Love, Compassion, Liberty, Joy and Wisdom. Fear not the reality of the Wealth gap; but instead see it as an opportunity to promote real change. The people are ready for this Truth; all that is needed is for we the people to give it voice.

Timothy Frappier 

Source: The Daily Sheeple

In what Forbes is ingratiatingly referring to as “the most glorious economic event of our lifetimes,” we’re now to a point that just eight men own as much wealth as 3.6 billion other people on the planet do.

Just eight men.

The eight include Michael Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, and Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. (Of course, they never mention the Rothschilds in these surveys, or the Queen of England as the world’s largest land owner, now do they. That question what rhetorical.)

Executive director Winnie Byanyima of Oxfam International, the outlet that released the report, said,

“It is obscene for so much wealth to be held in the hands of so few when 1 in 10 people survive on less than $2 a day. Inequality is trapping hundreds of millions in poverty; it is fracturing our societies and undermining democracy.”

And with all that money, what are these super wealthy people doing with it?

Let’s look at Bill Gates for example, a man who has enough wealth aloneto end world hunger. Not fight it. End it.

It has been pointed out that, for the billions Gates has shelled out through his tax-exempt foundations creating “minority-specific” vaccines for the children of third world countries to supposedly eradicate diseases like meningitis and polio (which, instead, his organizations have been caughtcausing in countries like India where tens of thousands of cases of vaccine-induced non-polio paralysis have cropped up), Gates could’ve spent a fraction — just a fraction — and provided clean water wells for around $3,000 each to, well, basically the whole continent of Africa and not even really caused a dent in his piggy bank.

Warren Buffett, who made an astounding $12 billion just last year alone, owns Berkshire Hathaway and has been accused of buying up houses (especially foreclosures) all across the country and pushing up housing costs so less and less people can afford a roof over their heads. Meanwhile, America is now seeing the lowest homeownership rates in half a century.

You could probably make these points for everyone on the list. And, not that taxation isn’t bullshit altogether, but it’s truly insane that many of these insanely wealthy men are likely paying a lower tax rate than the person they’ve hired to clean their house or tend to their landscaping.

This wealth gap and all of the inequality it entails regarding who is in control and who is disenfranchised from having a say in how the world works is continuing to accelerate at a faster and faster rate to beyond obscene levels.

Eventually, as the economically disadvantaged masses get more and more pissed at their situation, this will reach a tipping point. Why?

Because once a person has that much money, so much the meaning of money is probably lost to them and they become disconnected from the usury-based reality the majority of everyone else must face on a daily basis, the rest of the world who are getting by on somewhere between paycheck-to-paycheck to $2 a day are going to start to wonder why we are all living like serfs under forced austerity and can never seem to get ahead no matter what we do… Which ultimately leads to people wondering  why the super wealthy elite with the gigantic obscene amounts of so much wealth they could never spend it all in ten lifetimes aren’t actually using any of it to make the world a better place.

If there’s one solid silver lining takeaway from all this, it’s that the masses are waking up to their serfdom.

Edelman, one of the world’s biggest marketing firms, came out with a survey that found trust in the global power structure including governments, major corporations and the mainstream media is at an all-time low across the board:

The firm’s 2017 Trust Barometer found that 53 percent of respondents believe the current system has failed them in that it is unfair and offers few hopes for the future, with only 15 percent believing it is working. That belief was evident for both the general population and those with college education.

So, pretty much everybody. Continuing —

“The implications of the global trust crisis are deep and wide-ranging,” said Richard Edelman, the firm’s president and CEO. “It began with the Great Recession of 2008, but like the second and third waves of a tsunami, globalization and technological change have further weakened people’s trust in global institutions. The consequence is virulent populism and nationalism as the mass population has taken control away from the elites.”

There may be an almost unfathomable wealth gap in this world, but there are still a whole lot more poor and working class people than there are super rich elite 0.00001%-ers.

So who really has the power?

The masses are waking up and starting to realize that means the world actually looks like this:


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