THOUGHTS & COMMENTS ON “2015 – A YEAR OF IMPLEMENTATION” Part 2
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 3:33 PM Perhaps this foundational social trust could have representation at the governance meetings of the global institutions, such as the IMF and BIS. It would remind everyone of the humanity behind the numbers.
Fullcirclelife (@fullcirclelifeO) JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 7:48 PM Are you proposing that a collective solution would be better than an individual one? I thought a foundation of individuals who have done the introspection and begun the process of self-sustainability in all aspects of life would yield better results.
Similar to when the United States was founded. The quote by Albert Einstein comes to mind, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 7:59 PM No collective, or macro, solution will be sustainable unless the individual one is defined first.
Your quote from Einstein is exactly right, which means creating an isolated group, which has been done before, will not lead to a successful realization of the overall objectives of that group.
How can a small group remain isolated within the body of a much larger machination?
It will only be swallowed by the whole again. We need to adjust the whole by adjusting individually first, but yet recognize the illusion of separation between the whole and the individual.
This esoteric concept is just as relevant for economics and culture as it is for the spiritual aspects of the individual. All things are interconnected.
To continue a campaign of ignorance in this regard will only lead to the same patterns and processes which have brought humanity to the place it is now.
All things are one. To create separation and fragmentation will only lead to further dysfunction. There is no escaping this reality.
Fullcirclelife (@fullcirclelifeO) JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 8:04 PM Excellent, thanks for the clarification.
Dripfood JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 3:07 PM What I conclude from mr. Davutoglu’s communique might very well be a step in the right direction. Especially when viewed in the followung context.
Suppose there are basically 3 types of work:
– manual labour
– directing machines
– directing other people
A lot of what we now call manual labour is actually wielding tools, which are in fact simple machines.
We are (and always have been) in a slow proces of developing ever smarter tools/machines to do the work of manipulating matter for us.
This proces creates evermore spare time from using our bodies in our quest for physical survival.
In developed nations it already created a 5 day workweek, compared to 6 days a century agoo. Before long, the 4/2 model will be proposed: 4 days on, then 2 days off.
The key to escaping our survival mode, might lay in what we do with our spare time. Will we start enjoying and exploring life on (and off) earth or keep on surviving?
The controllers of general human development, represented by G20, understand this, but must also deal with a disbalance that had grown disproportionately, especially after 1947.
So for now, focus, energy and capital will flow to the neglected regions of our world. The goal will be to shift work from crude manual labour to directing machines that run on non-human energy.
This will do a lot of good. Imagine Africa, being as productive and accessible as North America, Europe or Australia.
When the crudest of global disparities are equalized, the fresh liquidity will most likely be used to implement a new generation of smart machines/tools and a new generation of non-human energy supply. Creating ever more spare time to explore life and love as opposed to survival and fear.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 8:48 PM Dear J.C. Yes, all is one, yet there a macro and a micro, or in other words, two. The opposition drives us to the one, which then drives us to the two.
Might there not be a place for Matt’s individualism, let’s say in contradistinction to a global monopoly of power? The personal sovereign in opposition to the global sovereign driving the dialectic forward.
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 9:14 PM The opposition which exists between two points represents division, and division will always fragment the one.
What we need is an awareness that division (the space between things) is illusion.
Yet, in order to understand the need for oneness the mind must contemplate the characteristics of two opposing points, which only serves to reenforce the division and fragmentation.
The complexity (born from the ignorance of simplicity) of becoming aware of division and oneness without solidifying the illusion of fragmentation is overwhelming within the confines of everyday mind.
Man attempts to bridge the space between things with technology and governance, which is visible in our attempts to travel through space and define the parameters of so-called wormholes, as well as the structure of our socioeconomic policies, such as political correctness and equality.
All attempts to create a false sameness will fold back into fragmentation, as will be apparent when the pendulum of equality and multiculturalism begins to swing back the other way.
We need to seek the frictionless pivot of the pendulum and allow the massless rod to direct the massive bob, which represents the disorganized masses.
Any social trust which we define should be based on the simplicity of the frictionless pivot, extending down the massless rod as further socioeconomic metrics, with the massive bob at the end representing the time and labor of the masses.
We need to simply understand (on a fundamental level) that the space from one end of the pendulums arc to the other is defined by the frictionless pivot.
In other words, the arc of the swing, from one end to the other, represents space, but that space is only determined and functional by the oneness of the frictionless pivot. To set parameters based on both ends of the arc is dysfunctional. We are all the simplicity of the frictionless pivot.
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 9:36 PM In addition, we should consider the historical paradigm of the socioeconomic order in reference to the pendulum.
One end of the arc represents corrupt governance of the masses and the other end represents revolution and the overthrow of the existing order by those masses.
One will always swing back in the direction of the other. This natural mechanism can only be superseded by the realization that the frictionless pivot controls the full actions of the swing.
Each full swing, from one end to the other, can take centuries. We must build an awareness to escape the pull of the swing.
matt (@speedspirit42) JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 8:32 PM ” foundational social trust, from which it can negotiate with both the economic interests and the political interests, for fairer inclusion into the larger system.” JC
And with using what for leverage would you suggest. I am a believer of Silver and Gold being in the hands of the masses for leverage.
That if individuals grew their own food and get rid of personnel debt then we could take power out of the hands of corporations.
I believe the debt system could possibly be nearing an end because it remains very profitable.
The Golden Goose! And until it is dead it will continue. I see no other conclusion and even though it will be painful for most it’s death is a good thing. From it’s death a new beginning must come forward.
I understand how there is this remote possibility that we gradually adjust to a more fair system but the realist I am says no way.
That if we are all guilty of accepting our own enslavement, the destruction of nature and general lack of knowledge about our captures and their means then we are doomed to repeat history and our own demise.
Unless one of the bravest whistle blowers comes forward with powerful evidence to enlighten the masses of the dire situation.
But this Foundational Social Trust you speak of is this your brain child or something you have heard of ?
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 8:45 PM Its simply an idea in response to your questions. How any particular trust would be structured, and what it would use as leverage (outside of the time and labor of the mass population itself) is open for debate and brainstorming.
Perhaps it could be based on something like the union concept, where a Union of the People assigns a “steward” who represents the masses (and their time and labor) at the global level, and sits on the governance boards of the international institutions such as the BIS and IMF.
The modern political system (though somewhat still valuable) has failed the masses. It is predominantly concerned about corporate and governmental interests, such as municipal and national public goods.
But there is nothing representing the time and labor of the masses at the national or international level.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 10:08 PM Dear J.C.: “The simplicity of the frictionless pivot”, God! J.C. that is good! If you just made that up I will freak out! But, how can there be no friction in this world? Jack
JC Collins JANUARY 4, 2015 AT 11:39 PM Writing and thinking on the fly brother. Friction is created through the interaction of two opposing positions when space is reduced but division remains.
Daneackerman JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 10:06 AM Wonderful ideas JC. For some reason while reading comments of this nature always takes me back to becoming a personal sovereign.
It just seems that it’s a single battle that I have a possibility of winning and if I win and everyone else wins all of mankind wins automatically. Of course I could just be working towards a crown of thorns, a lotus flower, etc..
I feel fortunate that for some reason I don’t feel like the prisoner that so many feel they are.
Daneackerman JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 6:07 PM Its best that I define my perception of personal sovereign. Please don’t mistake it for this sovereign movement spreading through peoples thoughts.
In my perception it simply means self governance or control over your self, your ego. We can attain this through our internal discoveries we as individuals need to unfold.
The commonality of the many different meanings of sovereign is that its supreme control over something. In this case its supreme control over ones self or ego.
The union steward or what ever representative is chosen will have to have explored this self discovery in order to stay the difficult path of rightness.
A possible concern would be whether the representative would be respected and the information be used for the betterment of mankind as opposed to using the information to further restrict the unorganized. Unorganized meaning the disorganization of ones inner self.
Kings of days long gone were started with this sort of sovereign as well as the sovereignty of the lands they ruled, which is why they wore crowns.
Perhaps this is why Jesus was depicted with a crown of thorns to instill fear in man for achieving personal sovereignty.
Taking this logic a bit further it would seem that the lotus flower which is achieved through challenging self work and the opening of inner chakras to illuminate the lotus flower a halo or crown of sorts which could possibly lead us to the “realization of the physical immortal man,” which “is the rebuilding of the temple from the ruins of the old.”
It would be helpful if a representative with the monumental responsibility to speak for the whole of unorganized men have some sort of concrete personal foundation.
One who could see both sides of the coin….heck someone who can understand that the whole of the universe is in all of us so what needs to be unfolded at this moment “now” to best represent so many people?
But if now is fluid and the now of right now cannot be the now of tomorrow then it would seem we all need to become great surfers in order to ride the apex of the wave all the way to land.
Wow! did you hear that? I will second JC as union steward? J/K friend, we see that you like those numbers don’t you:)
tristero888 JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 2:39 AM another must watch:
a review from the comments:
Princes of the Yen: Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy
Is an unprecedented challenge to today’s dominant ideological belief system, and the control levers that underpin it.
Piece by piece, reality is deconstructed to reveal the world as it is, not as those in power would like us to believe that it is.
Engineer crises > put forward fraudulent debts via IMF as only solution > steal assets and cartelize national infrastructure/economy > impose austerity and shift the slaves to a service economy > rinse > repeat
after you watch, go back and read the communique again. > rinse > repeat ???
Jose Johnson JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 3:37 AM Hello JC, Is the BIS, which is in control of all the streams of apparent division from an economic standpoint while appearing as essentially one organisation akin to “The Devil” who is the guard to the gate of the mysteries, and the one in charge of creating this binary existence/”friction” yet a part of or the One Thing?
How do we go about aligning ourselves with the objectives set forth by the BIS in the big skim of things and thereby evolving in the process?
It is similar to how does one go about understanding how to align themselves with the “apparent danger” presented by the Shadow, the Devil by recognizing how to somehow tweak the apparent opposites so that one can evolve in the direction of the oneness of the Supreme Being which has been present all along?
It seems extremely difficult as there are not many who have one done it and I for one have not either. It is easy in theory to think about but it seems extremely difficult.
JC Collins JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 4:01 AM It is extremely difficult, and answers, as well as solutions, will not come easily.
Alaskaroots JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 8:54 AM JC, in regards for a trust holding safe the assets of humanity securely so the theives couldn’t steal it away in the night as planned, did happen.
I do trust that a trust was set up to do the protecting which was necessary. What do you know about the One People’s Public Trust?
I am not saying this is the one that will set us free, but there appears to be legal fight going on, and this is playing some part. I have been watching the story unfold for 2 years now…
I can say that many of the things discussed did spill out in in mainstream over months after hearing about it from “Heather” first. Have you researched this topic at all?
JC Collins JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 11:53 AM Please don’t be offended, but I’ve never found any evidence or real supporting documentation to validate the existence of such a thing.
daniel grig (@gelingrig) JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 5:29 PM This Russia under the BIS command?
The Moscow Stock Exchange runs a pro-Maidan, with U.S. citizenship
How will Basel III be introduced in Russia
Outwitting a big bank with the small print
The salaries of managers of State-owned banks soar
The Central Bank of Russia buries the economic growth
Last summer, the Director of the Central Bank, Elvira Nabiúllina announced that Russia would introduce Basel III requirements at the same time that the EU and the USA, at the beginning of 2014.
During the Presidency of Nabiullina, the Central Bank has decided to partially soften the requirements for Russian banks. Ordinary tangible capital requirements will be 5%, 5.5% for capital assets (which will rise to 6% on January 1, 2015), and 10% to the total capital.
irrelevant111 JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 6:33 PM Hard to discern substantiating documentation for anything. All how one connects the dots as we digest the past to now…
Much is in play in our world.
From the words of a simple man, “eloquent speaking abounds”. We will all adjust accordingly as we dabble in understanding the ego of man and it’s repercussions. Food for thought…
Ozymandias 3 JANUARY 5, 2015 AT 7:10 PM