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Forum Post: There's a Free Movement Going On

Posted 2 years ago on March 8, 2015, 2:09 p.m. EST by cheViva (35)
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Let's put together a better way to be for humanity. Chicago youth are undergoing this sort of renaissance, re-connecting what it means to be humanity and awakening a consciousness of our community. Occupy has started something over two years ago, and 2015 is our year to break free. And as a unity? Being moneyless as fast as we can make a few things which allow us to, participate in the new interface.

One of my tasks with (what was submitted as a Thursty Thursday) post is to deliver the means of how a free world will work. If this works for cities, then that's incorporating rural areas, and likely adopted in small towns first. If it would work in Chicago, then well that's the third largest city in the United States.

We'll. The thought is that the movement just needed enough stalling time in order to get 99% generation folks thinking on where they fit in, making ideas within the free alternative system. So, of course part of it is the memes. A vocabulary and transitional lifestyle that's suitable. Republicans be like, durr there still be a Home Depot? There could be, and they would have all the tools available that you needed to use or take.... if that was important to a community, someone in that community would drive to the institute for the bulk paint or whatever, or the makerspace/design creatives orders based on different institute's raw materials provision. (Or else it would violate Republican's sense of compensation). Dem communities be like also, what are the community priorities. You have a system that is VERY diversified locally based on what a community is known for, and uses no-money to make an entirely free interface. Welcome to the future.

Freedom? Well, if you didn't WANT to Do something altruistic with your time or life, then you actually don't have to. :D You would be freed from having to have a job. Your utilities and housing are provided for by, what the occupy movement and a few wealthy supporters does right now, and you get to be an end-user. Reptilecouch. HOWEVER, the tendency that is observed in real life is not actually a 99%/1% with doing things. It's generally a 80%/20%. About 20% of people are such that, they would want SOMETHING TO DO. An altruistic humanity would make a lot of sense for them, and they would help make sure everything is available for the rest. Another option is that you would LIKE, or WANT something enough that you would want to make sure everyone has it? This is a high calling, start the institute. Finally, free hackers, makers, and people generally can suggest and implement, combine raw materials provided by the institute in new ways to match a request for someone.

(35.jpg) (40.jpg) [[[[Diagram 1 and 2: The Institute-based model :) ]]]] *

So, in dialogue right, which really does matter for a City or more of people, the juxtaposition of a Renaissance is the Artist/Hero/Religious model. She said back, well but it's not all the the mind, this takes a revolution of the heart, too! That is part of why art is so important. She wants to know about what's going on with the boat. (Me, I think both that and the renaissance important.) And we have the means and networks in order to tell new stories.

Things can come out for the house or apartment, and let's abolish the institution of rent. And, it's a "this is just the system we have now." Farms can be freed, miners houses can be freed or used with robots, and we can make a really cool life wherever we want to be, knowing we saved the future. :) (And other planets, too.)

4 out of 7 natural boundaries have been crossed. The earth and other planets are in danger unless we change paradigm. - Science Magazine, 2015.

From Chicago, Detroit, Occupy Oakland and Native Land Projects, Ed Che. Twitter: http://twitter.com/eddiemill Email: ed.che@riseup.net

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[-] 5 points by beautifulworld (22777) 2 years ago

Everyone needs the life basics of shelter, food, clothing, etc. Money should not be necessary for the basics. I like your post. Do you think it is in a way similar to a Basic Income Guarantee? That of course, uses money, but in a way, the money is just a symbol for the basics that it provides to human beings, thereby freeing them up to make choices about how they want to live.

We really can create an alternative economy and leave these greedy money mongering bums behind.

[-] 5 points by trashyharry (3082) from Waterville, NY 2 years ago

Probably the best answer OF ALL TIME for people who desire to cling to Capitalism and whine:"We can't change the System because nobody has a suggestion for a viable alternative." Everything's Free.There ya go.BOOM.End of the most boring argument of the past 500 years.Only a complete idiot could argue in favor of all the usury and rentierism that makes life a miserable rat race.People in the Umbrella movement are talking about this idea as well.

[-] 2 points by cheViva (35) 2 years ago

Yep, working on something that is So sweet. Stay tuned..! </future>

[-] 3 points by turbocharger (1756) 2 years ago

We've all been part of group projects during school. What happens when a couple of people decide that they don't want to work? It pisses off the ones who do.

Work is part of living, because we all need certain things for survival.

[-] 1 points by cheViva (35) 2 years ago

What if, maybe 80% of people would not work if given the choice, and 20% at least, would want something to Do. Everyone gets the options of what's available - be passionate, we make the culture in the meantime - and access to all of society. Be a little loving so that it all works.

There's other mechanisms too, of course.

Have you seen "Humans need not apply" on youtube?

[-] 3 points by turbocharger (1756) 2 years ago

"Everyone gets the options of what's available"

That works great until you have a family and kids, and because everyone is not working hard enough or smart enough while you were, you now are struggling to feed your family.

The smart enough approach kind of applies to our current situation in this country. A very large portion of the country is refusing to change their behavior, and its have a very negative effect on all of us.

What behavior is that you might ask?

[-] 3 points by MattHolck0 (3867) 2 years ago

10 to 30 airstrikes a day ?