Anonymous - I love getting comments from people who don't identify themselves, then attack what I've written. It shows a certain lack of conviction in your statements if you won't step up and identify yourself. Nevertheless, let's proceed.
1. "Brother, if you ain't bustin you own ass to take care of your own family then you must have the luxury of being financially independent."
You are wrong. Did you not read my profile just to the left of this article? I do work hard, every day, to support my family. I struggle with debt, bills and the basics of life just like everyone else, but I should not have too. No one should. If I was financially independent, do you think I'd advocate for the abolition of the Monetary System? That wouldn't make sense, would it?
2. 'freedom shortage'
Are you really free? I live in America too...again, it's on my profile...but am I free to peacefully go where I want, when I want? I would love to see the Grand Canyon, or go to Paris, but I am significantly limited by what I can AFFORD. We are slaves to money. Money holds far too many of us back from being worldly citizens of the Earth, from attaining the highest levels of education, and from being truly free.
3. "Dictators, warlords, elite class of Communism, Marxism does not allow the free distribution of foods to the masses..."
You are absolutely correct that dictators of the past have ruined, abused and destroyed what would otherwise be a perfectly fair and legitimate social construct. The problem has always been the people running the show, not the show itself. With today's technology, people can be removed from the loop, making it completely fair and just for all.
However, money is far worse. How, you may ask? First, I go back to my previous point, that money enslaves us. But let's also look at the fact that money is fake. It's made up out of thin air by governments, ESPECIALLY the United States, but when you borrow it, you are obligated to pay back not just the fake money that was shoved into the system, but also additional money in the form of interest. Where does that come from? And make sure you educate yourself on how the current monetary system works before you say something ill informed.
4. "I don't know what country you're from but America gives more than any other country in the world when it comes to humantarian need."
I'm in Houston...again, on the profile. Yes we do, and I have stated that time and again, but has it really helped? Seriously? With all the "money" we have, why the hell is there a single homeless or hungry person in this nation? It's simple: 's not profitable to build homes for free and provide proper conditions for everyone.
5. "I for one am not guilty because I work and provide for my family."
Nor should you be. We are all products of a system that raises us to do just that, be proper workers for the almighty dollar such that we can afford to live, and maybe have some fun. Some get lucky and acquire great wealth, sometimes for very little work. Some work hard all their life, busting their knuckles, but barely support their families and can't send their kids to college. How is that right?
The system is fundamentally flawed, and it has nothing to do with how hard you work, how much you donate, or how good your intentions are.
6. "You go on this rant about how making money is the problem... so what is the answer? you never told us..."
I'll cover that last, since it's the most important point.
7. "You brag about how great and how far we've come - what do you think got us there? The ability for a free man to own and sell his own production and surplus... using money... money is not a piece of paper - it only represents YOUR OWN LABOR and intellectual property - a God Given Right to utilize the property as you see fit..."
WRONG! What got us here were people like Isaac Newton, who developed advanced math and physics that enabled others to invent technologies to better humanity, all without the desire for monetary gain.
It was people like Galileo, who risked his life against persecution from the CHURCH for believing and proving the Earth rotated around the Sun. Such open minded people...the Church.
Name me any scientist or engineering visionary who became wealthy from their labor? No, it was other people who used those gifts for personal gain, off the backs of others, that have amassed the wealth of the world while screwing many others in the process.
I think our best God Given Right is our ability to want to help others, even without monetary gain. You've shown yourself to be a Church going man, so did God create money, or did man? What's more important, doing the right thing, or holding onto a Monetary System that separates people between the have's and the have not's? We give of ourselves all the time. You yourself mentioned the effort you put into helping others. Why? Do you need money to do that? In fact, you SPENT money to do that. A line in the Lord's Prayer sums this up quite nicely: Thy will be done, on Earth as it is in heaven. Why are we not striving to make Earth like heaven?
Do we need money to be nice and to do the right thing? I don't think so. Then why do we need money to live, when everything we need can be easily provided for through the proper global use of advanced technology? If you are willing to give to help someone in need, then why can't we use a system that is automatically designed to help everyone live comfortably without stress, strain or anguish?
Back on Monday the 21st of December I posted an article called "Time Must be Spared for Self Education." Here's the direct link:
At the end of that article are several links to videos that explain exactly what the problem is, in greater detail than a post ever would, and also gives the solution, also in greater detail than a post ever would. You really only need to watch the first video to get the point, but the other videos add greatly to the concept. The link is here:
The challenge is up to you. Are you willing to spend some time watching the video to learn, or are you just content to rag on me in a blog and not take the time to look at the solution I've given you, the one you asked for? The ball is in your court, brother.