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Forum Post: What if I told you I know of a better world

Posted 7 months ago on March 11, 2014, 6:37 p.m. EST by JustinTheClouds (8)
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What if I told you...

I know how to remove greed from our lives. What if I told you I know how to push people into true equality. What if I told you I know how to remove the separation between the higher, middle, and lower classes. How to advance our intelligence as a species. Remove racism from thought. Rid the world of hunger, homelessness, and war all together.

What if I told you I know how to remove the concepts of governments and higher ups who control your every move and who control what you eat, and what you wear, and what you learn. What if I told you, you could pursue any dream you want. Dead end jobs would be a concept of the past. Survival wouldn't be a chore. Eight plus work hour days would be laughed at.

What if I told you I know how you could be healthier than you ever imagined. Obesity gone, cancer gone, aids, diabetes, STD's gone. What if I told you, you need not worry if an accident occurs and you have no insurance. You need not worry if your child comes down ill and you have no insurance.

What if I told you I can make you happier every day of your life and make your dreams become reality. What if I told you that you have the capability to see the world the same way someone like Albert Einstein did. Your knowledge could be double, triple or even a lot more than it is now.

What if I could assure you that this world I speak of can be reached without violence and harm. Any age, and any gender, and any race can help make it. No protests need to take place which usually only annoy the other 99% who cannot attend because taking off of work is not an option.


I've been told this sounds infomercial like and is spam. Sorry if you feel the same. I'm sharing this because I am about to embark on a project/movement that with the help of everyone can make everything said above the world we live in. This is a totally free project and there is no money to be made. I'm posting on here because I know a lot of people on these forums share similar beliefs and I am curious to hear the criticism and questions people may have.

I do not share the way I plan on attaining these things, not yet at least because I believe once I do, my project will be targeted and slandered and try to be brought down by the 1%.

It does not entail silly protests, violence, or anything illegal. The answer to how we get to this type world stares us all in the face everyday. It's a very simple solution but at the same time, the hardest.

If you like the way it sounds and would like to be a part of a real change then please signup at DeedUP.com. The website only contains the same message as above and is only to gain early supporters while I work on preparing the full project.

So please share your thoughts. Thank you.

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[-] 3 points by JGriff99mph (507) 7 months ago

"I do not share the way I plan on attaining these things, not yet at least because I believe once I do, my project will be targeted and slandered and try to be brought down by the 1%."

All part of the process on bringing things out dude. Let it rip.

[-] 2 points by JustinTheClouds (8) 7 months ago

My goal is to get the website up first. Once the website is ready it will be known what is going on. The fact is, if this site can gain a community as occupy had, with as many people partaking in it. Things will immediately begin to take an effect on the corruptions that control this country. And honestly would even be safer. A lot of bad things happened during the occupies. DeedUP is violence, money, protest, and corruption free.

I supported the beliefs of Occupy when it was taking place but I never supported the sidewalk campouts. I lived in Philly when they occurred and all they seemed to do was annoy the other 99%. They never seemed to have a real direction of how camping out was going to make the difference we needed. DeedUP.com will only help the 99% and will directly effect the 1% and the people of the government who help allow this money corruption to continue.

All I can say is if you like the message DeedUP is about and would like to be a part of it then please signup. Once the actual website goes live, there will be transparency to how the DeedUP project plans on attaining it's goals.

Thanks JGriff

[-] 1 points by JGriff99mph (507) 7 months ago

Make sure you have a crowd funding link to projects, always a good move.

[-] 2 points by JustinTheClouds (8) 7 months ago

I did plan on starting a kickstarter project for it. But DeedUP does not require any actual overhead besides website hosting. Plus I'm the lead developer for the project so I save money being able to build it myself. But once it's going, I believe the community will offer help with anything the project may need.

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[-] 3 points by bullfrogma (448) 7 months ago

Truth is more powerful than slander. You can hide from truth, but you can't beat it. Giving your idea to public scrutiny is how it can be tested and forged into something of strength. You're missing out.

[-] 2 points by JustinTheClouds (8) 7 months ago

Thanks for your feedback. I totally agree with what you said. But slander is on the lower end of my worries. It's more of them trying to destroy the project all together that concerns me. I truly believe if this project can get a following as big as occupy had, it will have drastic effects on the way this country is ran. And the big heads are not going to like it because it will steal from their pockets while allowing the projects community to save money and live a better life worry free of the money corrupt system. Once I am closer to starting the project, the finer details will all become transparent. This is mainly about some early support. Thanks again.

[-] 0 points by bullfrogma (448) 7 months ago

I hope it's a Molecular Detachment Device. No worry, I know what you mean. I've been gang stalked for something like 5 years now just for speaking out. The good news is that they only ruin your "life" instead of killing you, not much of a loss these days.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 7 months ago

nope

still don't get privacy

does it involve liquid metal batteries ?

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[-] -1 points by Durvasa (-4) from Davie, FL 7 months ago

ide say your a dirty cheesy rat face who can't look into the mirror. Look at the floor, look at the walls , look at the sky - you fukin liar

[-] -3 points by IndigoRed (83) 7 months ago

What if I told you capitalism is a reward system for those few and exceptional who make the sacrifice of living out their lives in joy in order to build solutions to problems they feel they can fix, and that the rest of you plebians are supposed to shut up, stay ignorant, continue to bend to the system and buy our products. What if.

[-] 1 points by JustinTheClouds (8) 7 months ago

The reward should be the ridding the problem, not the big bucks the solution brings. If we as a people focused more on this aspect we'd solve more problems and solve them better. Think of pharmaceutical companies. They release a drug with more side effect then symptoms it cures. Once this drug becomes stale in the market, they re-label it with a new name and release it again. Then the cycle repeats. Why on earth would they actually want to solve the problem? It would put them out of business.

The big misconception that people have about capitalism is that the human species needs it to be innovative. This is utterly false. How do you think we made it to capitalism in the first place? What about before money even existed? And before trade even existed? Did humans not work towards making their lives easier? No, we continued to advance every day. Capitalism is not needed to solve problems, we already do that naturally as a species. You just have been drinking too much of their cool-aid if you truly believe we need capitalism to be innovative.

It's sad because it's actually just the opposite. The rich big heads stop smaller people from even releasing solutions to problems we have. Because their solution will erase the big heads money making false solution.

DeedUP.com aims to fix all of this. It's a simple solution and as the community grows, more and more of the worlds problems will begin to diminish.

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[-] 0 points by IndigoRed (83) 7 months ago

OK so that's why all of these capitalist nations are the most advanced in the world RIGHT Dont preach like you know a single thing about how to fix a real world problem.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (24970) from Coon Rapids, MN 7 months ago

Capitalism is mistakenly attributed only to the West - Capitalism actually is what all societies engage in = buying selling.

So some of the poorest Nations as well are Capitalist in their own fashion.

Capitalism has NOTHING to do with the "Greatness" of a Country/Society/People.

Oooops My Bad - Capitalism "can" ruin a Country/Society/World. But still not effect the greatness of a people - just affect their overall well-being - they can still be great.

[-] 1 points by IndigoRed (83) 7 months ago

WRONG, Capitalism is different from mercantilism and free market in that there are owners and workers. An essential feature of this kind of economic system is private ownership. It also has more regulation by the government than a free market but much less regulation than mercantilism, which was used by empires during the colonial era.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (24970) from Coon Rapids, MN 7 months ago

There are owners and workers all around the world - so - you agree with my comment - even though U seem not to be aware of it. Huh - that's funny.

Let me help you out - the common theme all around the world - IS - very few obscenely rich with masses and masses of poor.

[-] 1 points by bullfrogma (448) 7 months ago

What if I told you that capitalism was the freedom to rape and dominate the world while manipulating everyone else into a slave class that cultivated a singular view of reality. What if there were countless other reasons to be exceptional and contribute to something worth being.