Money a Hindrance
- Money a Hindrance
- I see money as an artificial eugenics sterilization. In other words, it exists for the purpose of artificial and forcefully-imposed population and progress control, so families do not grow too large for the government to rule over. What do you think? I mean, if food and everything else were free with some work and a little bit of reasoning, what limitation would exist besides natural resources and human ingenuity? Control the money and control the world -- who can procreate and who can survive. Control the method of money, and control the actions of people on a global scale. But without the use of money, all we would have is reason and infinite potential... That's why I asked you what you would do and if you see money as a limitation on that in any significant way. And with the increase of machines, and the decrease of workload (thus, lower employment rates in most fields of activity), the hindrance of money is all the more apparent.
- Population control is not a problem today. There is plenty of food to go around to prevent death from starvation, even today. So population is not a problem at all related to resources to sustain it. (And Jesus Christ even said, "You will always have the poor among you, but you will not always have me." He did not say that we will always have the hungry among us. But money is a system of artificially-crafted [has no real value] and forcefully-imposed poverty that as a system causes death by starvation for no reason, and therefore fails those who use it.) There's plenty of food, water, clothing, etc. Look at the overhead stores have. It's a problem with location, and location is of course almost entirely tied to lack of money. Otherwise, they'd build it where it's needed without problems. Because reason of survival is good enough reason for anyone to be creative. That's why people try to sell music and movies and books and all other literary and art works. Otherwise, we would all abandon all forms of art and leisure because we did not have enough food to survive and would spend all our time on working for food. But "life is more than food, and the body is more than clothes." People go where there are resources for them to survive. Spread out the resources and you spread out the population. That's why there are so few people living in desert regions. That's why we have roads. It's to manage a population that is spread out. And we have plenty of resources to grow far more than our current growth. Why not stop using money if it's only hindering progress?
- Population control like in areas such as China could do with simply spreading out and improved resource location for the benefit of everyone in that area:
- God blessed them and said to them, "Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground." (Genesis 1:28). "As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it." (Genesis 9:7).
- Thanks for your time.
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