White Hats Fact Check125.6 Reader Comments Part 1 of 4
VivVixxen says: With respect to the post brought over from OWoN I did a little search (And, no Tony, I did NOT use Google:-P~ ) I came across this website…. how interesting it is that October 17th should be declared as the “INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ERADICATION OF POVERTY.” ?
Please feel free to connect to the site and see if there are any events in your area. Poverty is a world wide problem, even in the richest of countries.
Even if PP’s are a go for the 17th, most of us will NOT be sitting at the bank on that day… as most, if not all of us, are mere common folk waiting anxiously for a public RV.
And, even if we were to get the “48 hours notice” (not likely as this is a Friday, and banks are closed on Sundays), we still can participate in events and get the news in plenty of time.
I just found that site as somewhat ominous, and thought I’d share with you all.
Terrence R. says: Wow Vixxen, that is very coincidental. Here’s to hoping that they are able to get the PP’s through then. Thanks for sharing that with us.
whitehatauxiliaries says: Thank you, VV. That is indeed interesting! And yes, poverty results from the lack of proper distribution of resources, which should be declared the common heritage of all people of the earth.
There is more than enough to feed and shelter all to high standards, exceeding the lifestyle of the richest people. The problem is that too many people are allowed to control and limit these resources just for personal gain.
It’s not a matter of moving to socialism, or compassionate capitalism. All are dependent on money and politics to maintain power. We have to move past this and unleash our technology and scientific skills to provide for the needs of all.
Taking the control of banking and finance out of the hands of the vile money cartels will be a huge step in the right direction.
It will allow us to use those resources to expand our infrastructure to provide for the needs of society, with a keen eye on making sure food and water needs are maintained, and then shelter needs.
From there, the advancement of our technological applications to society will slowly and inevitably mean that money and finance will no longer be needed and will in fact be non viable.
So many menial jobs will be replaced with automation that people will not have the money to buy the goods that will be produced. At that point, we just need to allow access to these goods.
People will then stop stealing, killing, coveting the things that others have.
I do believe that the PPs and the transitions from cabal controlled finance will be the first step in that direction. The natural progress of technology to provide for us all will then more rapidly progress to the benefit us. After all, people don’t really want money.
They want access to the things that money allows. Cars, homes, clothes, food, travel, entertainment, dental and medical care. All of this can be provided to all, in safer and more useful ways when the needs of people are placed above profit motives.
Self driving cars, machines that do surgery, food preparation robots, home-building robots, machines that make machines; these are all realities now.
They need no time off, don’t get sick, wont strike or start guerrilla movements to demand more equality.
Such technology will be our salvation from workplace slavery and will liberate our culture to endeavor to higher aspiration and discovery.
Our focus can be on proper management of our resources to the benefit of our culture. Not political struggle or hording of money.
The events of today with respect to the liberation of our financial systems to a more equal and beneficial footing, to me, is the key that will make all this possible in the future.
It is this reason that I am so involved and wanting to do my small part to see it succeed.
Not because I want a Mercedes and want to sit on my lazy ass all day, but because it is a stepping stone to the natural progression of our culture to move out of the social backwardness and chronic under-achievement we are in.
This will be the one game that we all will win at. First, NAWAPA will secure our water, power and agricultural needs. Next, we link the world with ultra high speed rail and tube transport.
We then distribute food to all areas where people are starving. Then set up shelter and power units.
When people have food in their stomachs and shelter, with cooling and heating where needed, they will calm down and realize that fighting is not needed for such things.
From there, make access to all necessities of life available, and the world stops fighting and starts to be what JFK told us all we were meant to be: Free and independent.
All of this is possible, and it starts with the liberation of our financial systems to be used to start it off in this direction with proper projects aimed at societal betterment, and not cabal war mongering.
Anyone who thinks that the WHs are doing this just to create a bunch of lazy rich people are missing the mark. That would be a low goal; not worthy of the ambitions of a pimp in a New Orleans cat house.
This cause is for a higher purpose. Like the Emancipation Proclamation, which shifted the Civil War from one of states rights to that of liberation of humans in bondage, the WGS is the key to freeing us all in the end. Not just a few.
So, let’s realize what these fine people are making possible should they succeed. It’s going to make possible the re-birth of our world.
Sorry for all the words, but sometimes I get on a roll and have my Hemingway moments.
Craig says: Tony, I like your optimism. For the sake of a question, though, how would this order deal with those that choose to continue to slack; those who have chosen to become one of the 35% of the career welfare?
Your are right, it starts with the total change in the financial systems in place worldwide, but the mentality of the people must be changed moving forward as well.
I don’t see, however, how you motivate a group to contribute to the betterment of society when they have been given a choice in the past, only to have chosen to be lazy, self-servicing slugs, sucking a free ride from rest of us.
I guess we can all say you don’t eat if you don’t work, but that still causes a separation classes of people, resentment from the “have-nots” of the “haves”.
Am I wrong, or just not seeing the whole picture? I guess there is still a lot of work to be done for all of us.
whitehatauxiliaries says: I know of what you are saying. But, I submit that such chronic lazy behavior is an artifact of this system, not of human behavior.
An example. I remember many years ago, watching the live TV coverage of a small child that fell down an abandoned well shaft. The child was still alive, and was about 100 feet down.
Suddenly, people from all over, without pay, without promise of pay, brought in their heavy equipment, etc., and planned to get the child out. The local gov’t did not have the equipment to rescue the child. The local civilian workers did.
They dug a parallel shaft, and a man was lowered by cable into the shaft and he dug his way across to the child and rescued it.
The point here is that people naturally love to be helpful to others, and will do so given the right environment. Sure, people can be lazy at times. I know I am. But given the right stimulus, I am ready to act.
Those of you that are surgeons, would you devote about 10 hours a week to save others? You would not need to work more than that because in a technological society there will be so many of you that shifts would be limited.
Technology would also allow many procedures to be automated. You would be there to observe and do what machines cannot, at least, at that time.
In fact, you would not even need to even “be there”. You could observe and follow up with patients remotely, and even have access to real time vitals via something like mobile devices.
If you see something not right, you get a message. Or, a relief doctor gets the message when you are “off shift”.
Then, at the end of the day, which is a pleasant experience, devoid of the long hours of stress that most doctors face now, your needs are taken care of.
Food, shelter, transportation, clothes, stuff, whatever…..take a tube to Beijing for noodles, and get there in two hours, then back to Los Angeles for an evening of family time.
The next day you hear that your patients are doing well. And you get that feeling that you did something good for others. We have all had that feeling. It is the “force” the “stuff of life”, the “energy” we experience when we achieve a goal.
You would experience it all, with the exception that the “money” you would get would be being part of the culture and being supported by it in high style and lacking for nothing.
Now, let’s take your example. Let’s say in this new society that you wanted to just “do nothing” for a year. So be it. You can.
Technology would still present your food – grown in hydroponics towers, machines would prepare and cook “meat”, synthesized as if it was grown in an animal, but not, in food systems at any point in the world you go to.
You can walk on the beaches of the world, on two continents in one day if you want. What job did you leave behind? Well, maybe none. If you were a cook before, now that job is fully automated.
If you were a pilot, well, planes are now largely obsolete because tube transports are faster and safer, and largely automated. If you were a cashier, well, there is no money.
If you were a painter, well, materials now need no paint.
If you were in construction, well, machines now 3D print homes. If you were a lawyer, advertising exec, accountant, manager, cab driver, fisherman, waiter, news commentator, valet park attendant, coal miner, politician………….all those jobs are GONE.
So, why not take some time off and loaf? All your needs are automated to a large degree. Nobody would have to support you. The earth does, as it was meant to by allowing you to exist in the first place. Be a bum. Enjoy it.
But, at some point, you will want to do something. So, you decide that you want to do whatever you want to do. Take pictures, do art of some kind, study medicine, healing arts, agriculture, energy production, food research.
Whatever your talents will allow, you can pursue, without need to compete, struggle to pay rent, deal with office politics, demand a raise, pursue selling yourself to get ahead. You wake up and do what most people want to do – help others and contribute to good.
There will be no need to motivate any groups. They wont be needed to do anything. Those that posses the skills in science and technology will not need motivation. They are more than willing to act based on their inner good. Creative powers are what we posses that sets us apart from all other life.
The lazy of the future will not stay so at all times. There will be nobody to suck a free ride from because we all will have a free ride, courtesy of our ability to make technology our servant. Even so, we all have that inner drive to create, to contribute, to help.
If there is an earthquake, and you are free, and you had skills in engineering, you would probably not hesitate to transport to that scene and offer help, if needed.
You would see opportunities to observe the damage and make contributions to prevent anything that did not hold up as expected, implement them, and then move on – you would speak the language of engineering with other engineers, and arrive at the right conclusions without need for debate or competition.
At the end of the day, your needs are taken care of. You have a home, food, transportation, clothes, health care, all in unlimited amounts suited to your needs, so you can help without worrying about your mortgage, credit cards, long lines at the store, lawyers suing you for any reason.
It would allow you a new level of creative expression that would be liberating to your soul. You would not be trying to avoid work, you would be craving it. Yes, there is a lot of work to be done.
It all starts right here with the removal of those who hold sway over our resources via a corrupt monetary system. We need to take such power away from those types and gift it to all humanity for proper use.
Once the needs of people are met by giving them access to what is their common heritage, they will be well motivated to maintain it as part of the symbiotic relationship we have with our universe. We depend on it. Without air, water, land, we are all dead.
Our focus has to be on surviving as a culture, one organism in harmony with our planet. We are a long way from that.
So, let’s not worry about those who want to slack. We all do at times. We will place machines and technology in our stead and earn that slack time.
But, even sitting on a beach full of beauty and abundance gets old. There will still be problems to overcome, and when you see a way to contribute to such, you will get off the beach and act.
It’s how we derive satisfaction as living beings – to overcome obstacles and experience that feeling of having done so. That creates satisfaction and happiness.
Even in a society without economic systems, happiness will still be the goal. We will simply go about it in a safer, saner and more abundant manner. Thank you for your cogent comments!
Tony Bevin says: Hi Tony. Wonderful, wonderful site and I’ve certainly had my eyes opened by WHA and OWoN; so much so that I think I’ve had an epiphany, and it didn’t even hurt, though it took 64 years in the coming.
It’s this: Maybe one of the darkest deeds of the Dark Powers was to keep man so subservient and embroiled in day to day survival, money grubbing in other words, since you can do very little without cash these days, that caring or consideration beyond immediate family is nigh impossible.
The hope is that once the ordinary joe is freed from those shackles the mind can turn outwards and focus more on the community around us and more creativity is released.
If one has time and freedom to dream who knows what can be imagined. Fanciful? Maybe.
But it’s hard to have high and altruistic thoughts when you’re fighting for survival. Who knows how many visionaries are out there? We may never know if we can’t free them.
Every answer to every problem could be out there, locked in one mind or another.
Maybe that is the real wealth of humanity, not so many bars of gold locked away but the ability to take man to the next level and beyond by the power of the mind, a mind freed from day to day anxiety.
Imagine the world’s population as a giant think tank. What would this race’s limits be?
Thank you for your patience with me and may this site go from strength to strength. Regards,T
R L says: Two big thumbs up Tony! There will no doubt be major projects and the release of technologies (hopefully on the grand scale, as I imagine) for the benefit of mankind.
As we imagine a fairer and more equitable world – for the entire human family –
I was very heartened to watch this interview with Prof. Muhummad Yunus talking about what they are doing with a “bank for the poor”.
What a beautiful man and what a beautiful heart. A small loan of $1000 for a woman to buy a cow, or a sewing machine to start a cottage industry to help feed her family, educate her children, and lift the community.
The Grameen Bank has demonstrated that it can be done, and even the very poor with no collateral are a good lending risk, as they pay the money back.
Mathew says Thank you for the up-lifting thoughts Tony. I used to be entirely focused on a positive future for us all. However, recently I have allowed the flood of information disclosure to cloud my mind and burden my heart.
It is refreshing to shake it off and remember again where we are heading. Have you seen how real this new tech is? We have some of it today:
3D Printing Homes: http://www.contourcrafting.org/
3D Printing Cars: http://wgntv.com/2014/09/13/made-in-chicago-worlds-first-3d-printed-electric-car/
The guy with the cars is already planning a sports car and uses public sourced 3d car designs from anyone who wants to submit one.
The car he printed was from a designer in Italy. We humans love to create things together. And having a custom car printed for you while you wait? For less then cars cost today? Now that is some exciting stuff!
There is an old hotel in the desert that went bankrupt before it was finished. The shell is still there and structurally sound. I called the building department and asked about it.
They were excited to have someone interested in it and asked what my plans were. I told them vertical hydroponics. Crickets is all I got back. Had to ask if he was still there. hahaha.
But just wait till all the shopping malls start turning the top floors into hydroponic farms. Fresh produce, year around, in the middle of the city! Cheers, Mathew
whitehatauxiliaries says: You have the vision… The right people are watching, and they will be looking to support such and empower those who want to move us into the future. Thank you for your focus on these important matters!
Thomas says: I have just now read Trapper’s reply to my reply. Per his invitation, might you please provide his email address Tony? Thank you. Thomas
whitehatauxiliaries says: Okay, I will. But, please, be gentlemen and settle your differences as such.
If I hear of any pugilistic encounters I will do away with the both of you. I won’t be a de facto Don King, even though I have the hair for it.
Trapper says: I have far too much respect for the WH and WHA to bring discredit upon this site and no desire to endanger my standing here. Hence my offer to take it elsewhere.
whitehatauxiliaries says Thank you.
Gloria Madison says: Okay, now I am sitting here looking at Don King’s hair and well..umm .you have nice hair Tony.
whitehatauxiliaries says: Well, actually, I still have a full head of hair for 52, but not like his.
But with the right amount of hair spray and some coloring, I could be a Don King hair stunt man.
NoProphet says: Tony, is that Don King or Dong King?
whitehatauxiliaries say Hey, I like that….. Dong King. It’s a bit Anita Hill-ish, but it sells.
EricDL says: LOLOLOL!! Good one, Tony
LP says: Tony, your vision brings me to tears. I have waited so long to hear these hopes mirrored somewhere beyond my own mind and heart, afraid that enough people courageous enough to be this generous and compassionate on behalf of living-kind aren’t out there. Crisis of faith some have called it, so thank you. I’m in.
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