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Forum Post: The Free World Charter

Posted 6 years ago on Sept. 29, 2011, 6:40 p.m. EST by exampler (10)
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Beyond politics, religion, economy, finance and immagination. Maybe not today, not tomorrow, but one day we will get there. If the movement should embrace this charter/philosophy (as it cannot be considered a project yet) a change mind age would come. Maybe that target is too far now and it is still too early.




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[-] 1 points by exampler (10) 6 years ago

In my thread I marked philosophy not project...and you are asking about details. 8 min to read it? wow! From your words I assume you have read the title..not sure about the home p. If you would have read probably you didn't ask these questions. You 'd have only explained your disappoint. If you grew up reading everthing so fast, I am not sure about the value of your concepts in your replay. You can read here some criticism ... if you have the time to...http://www.freeworldcharter.org/?a=criticism

you have probly noticed that almost 8000 people signed the document since March...ssshhhttt....probably Santa exist :)

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

Yeah, eliminating money is The Way of the Future.

Here's a bunch of quotes from famous ppl that believed in eliminating money: http://666ismoney.com/MoneyQuotes.html

[-] 1 points by gawdoftruth (3698) from Santa Barbara, CA 6 years ago

it seems to me that while i agree with the sentiment its the wrong direction from which to approach any problem solving process. In short this reminds me yet again of the recent meme i encountered "kill money" lets make everything free is about the same thing. You know everything could have been free by around 1920. (?!!) But Economic singularity is WORK and that work is mostly intellectual work which for the most part everyone runs away from instead of embracing because of the programming to not be intellectual. Free everything. nice heart sentiment. wheres the science process in that? where is open source direct democracy think tanks? where is responsibility? where is evolutionary strategy instead of merely wishlist? I used to make long lists to santa when i was 6 or so... but.. i grew out of that..

[-] 1 points by gawdoftruth (3698) from Santa Barbara, CA 6 years ago

take it to pirate pad.?