What do we need as individuals and communities? Michael Tellinger
UBUNTU LIBERATION MOVEMENT- What do we need as individuals and communities? [Click image to enlarge]
The answer has been the same for thousands of years. Food, love, shelter, health, education, arts, culture, science, technology, energy, clothing, tables, chairs, books, boots, hats, and much of all the other stuff we have today.
We do NOT need money.
Money has been created as tool of enslavement to control the availability of all these things, creating a world of scarcity so that there can be a constant demand for products and services. Linked to a hierarchical pyramid, there is never enough money in the hands of ordinary people to obtain what they need to survive.
Remember that money does nothing - people do everything. People plant the seeds, grow the food, build the bridges, solve mathematical problems, talk to each other, create the works of art and love each other.
Money does nothing, but create division among people on all levels. So the answer to our problems are obvious. Moving from a money-driven society to a society driven by people, their talents and their passion for life. Where everyone contributes their natural talents, or acquired skills to the greatest benefit of all in their community, in what ever country they live in. Remove the money from society. http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/Filed under: Organizations
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