World without money?

04 Feb

What I am about to propose cannot seem more insane.  I can’t believe that this has even popped into my head.  And too scary to contemplate.

But!  Is this so preposterous?  I think it may not be.

As strange as it sounds, is it really?  No markets?  No money?

Watch this.  Celente begins (on Communist Times) his segment around the 4:06 mark. 

What if?   What it the ‘real’ PTB has a plan to do just that?  What if there has been enough (in their minds) disparity of wealth flowing from the average man and woman into the hands of the few?  What if there has been (in their minds) enough gravitation of wealth into their hands already, and the time is nearing for their planned collapse?  A Global Collapse.  A total collapse.  What if (as defined by their models) they believe enough power (government) has consolidated (police state) to pull this off?

Why would markets any longer benefit them?  Why would money, any longer, advance them or their plans to evolve society into a completely new dimension?  They already possess all of the money.

What if (in their minds) enough development in third world countries, and lowering (redistribution) of wealth in the middle classes of all western nations has been accomplished?

Why would money even be necessary?  Watching Celente, it just appeared to me the real reasons for, and outcome of, what is really taking place on a global scale.   With almost every developed nation printing their currencies out of any reasonable proportion, it becomes obvious that they have already gone far beyond any hope of re-establishing any type of conventional market for the exchange of goods.

Is this really crazy?  What else can be the ultimate outcome of this madness?

The real question is, (when this thing falters) should we even expect to reconstruct under the ‘old’ paradigm


Posted by on February 4, 2014 in Uncategorized


5 responses to “World without money?

  1. rogerunited

    February 5, 2014 at 7:38 am

    I don’t have time to watch the video right now, I’ll watch it later, Celente is usually interesting.

    Pierre-Joseph Prudhon.apparently the first person to label themselves an anarchist, proposed an economy with no money. If I remember correctly, he proposed a kind of credit union that would extend credit, though how this is different from fiat currency, I don’t know. I read it a while ago and I don’t remember the details.

  2. rogerunited

    February 5, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    On reconstructing under the old paradigm, I just read something interesting.

    This is a synopsis of a book. My synopsis of the synopsis: our current systems and theories are based on a boom caused by the Great Frontier-the New World- which closed sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Having lost the frontier, we are losing the boom and our systems will have to be rethought.

    “But this big boom, based on all the resources of the Great Frontier, lasted so long that it was considered normal and its institutions permanent.”

    The author of the book predicts life will take on a more medieval character, and if he’s right, that could lead to what you mention in this post.

    On an unrelated note, RT does have the eye candy.

    • Soffitrat

      February 5, 2014 at 4:52 pm

      They (RT Communists) are just horny Russians… 🙂 With tendencies to beat up on gay people.

      Yes, this makes sense that it would make sense to those who are so detached from reality. As only the mega-wealthy can be.

  3. Jamie

    February 5, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    I don’t know who said it but “Nemisis always follows hubris”. I think us proles give to much value to folks that go to the “good schools” and the elites. It used to be in America that the term “college boy” was used in derision. Not because the college degree was bad but there was a big difference in theory and actual practice. Socialism/Communism/Fascism never work because they are contrary to human nature. It’s not “different this time”. Going back through history though religous communes of all sorts to Plato’s Republic it always ends the same in tears.

    rat, you are the mayor of your community so I have a question about attracting home buyers and businesses with the option of them buying an Allodial title to property as an incentive rather than a property tax break of 10-20 years. Is that an option?

    • Soffitrat

      February 5, 2014 at 10:01 pm

      No. Not unless we annex you, when you have all property and taxes paid in full. Then perhaps something like that would be possible. As far as I know, no other State even addresses this concept.


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