Some people may have heard of the Venus Project…
If global collapse of the monetary systems occurs, we may find that it would be best to switch from a monetary-based economy to a resource-based.
There is an organization called theVenusProject.com that has been working on concepts for over three decades to make such a possibility possible. It seems a very reasonable concept, especially when we consider that in this system there would be no way for anyone to be greedy. If the world economy collapses because of the greed of the Bleedership such an outcome would not be out of the realm of possibility.
In addition, theZeigeistMovement.com has joined in with the Venus Project to promote a resource-based approach and many would do well to investigate this possibility as should the world go belly-up, we are going to have to make some quick decisions about which way to clean up the mess we’ve permitted.
Today, many may agree that the concept of a resource-based economy would be great, but in real terms few would really be willing to support it short of major economic shifts. Why?
Because it would eliminate ownership. Such an economy is tantamount to Communism but communism without the greedy people running things, such as the USSR found themselves plagued with.
The Venus Project sounds wonderful…a little too wonderful for this generation at this stage of time to accept. But should the international monetary system go belly-up, who knows?
The world may just decide to cast this outdated model we call money away and implement a system that works in harmony with the earth and for the good of all.
In fact, one of the nice things about a resource-based economy is the short work weeks that humans can expect. In that system, automation, which is available today, runs everything. People will only need to actually put in an hour or two per day in largely supervisory roles—supervising the best of employees…machines that don’t talk back and just do their work. The rest of the time is spent enjoying life, creating, visiting with others, or whatever is desired.
That sounds so nice, I kind of look forward to the collapse.