NOW... much smarter than NWO (Last Update: 25th April 2015)

"The definition of insanity
is doing the same thing over and over again
and expecting different results."
Albert Einstein


Read this... A Resource Based Economy is a Conscious Response.

Once I'm a little less busy, I'll try to expand upon how you change what is happening without society even noticing. You can bet yer arse it's possible. Denying it, well, see Mr Einstein's above statement. The verdict is in.

You are but a grain of sand on a cosmic beach? Nah, WE are! I cannot stress the importance of your talking to people about a Resource Based Economy. People are making themselves available to promote Resource Based Economy. They WILL need your support, and that support will be required in the form of knowledge. Because once that knowledge exceeds 51%, you WILL have a mandate to move towards the implementation of your transition plan.

These Conscious Responses (many logistical ways of making a resource Based Economy work) i.e. Resource Based Economy, will all be different, and for a very very good reasons. We will have CHOSEN things to have been that way. Consider the fact, someone always has to be first. It is an absolute truth in everything, it's how we learn. As the second country comes online, it will be an improvement on the first one as it will have learned the lessons from the first, and WON'T repeat the same mistakes. Isn't this what is supposed to be happening? Aren't we supposed to be cooperating in order to make life "easier"? If so, we're really not doing very well nor are we going in the right direction.

If you're not really sure what I'm talking about. There's an email address on the site. If you're thinking WTF, I will do my leveled best to address what you would like to know. Who am I to be stamping such authority on a block of knowledge? The Resource Based Economy is NOT a hard thing to understand. Talk about it, because this IS the best framework I've seen for providing the future we believe we are working towards, but quite clearly are not. Humans does some amazing things.

I will likely add more on this at a later date... but life does get busy sometimes.

NOW, read this.

Both documents highlight the need for change given the evidence that the financial economy has thrown up in regards to how well we're really doing. Both documents highlight the need for peaceful transation, or at least the want for a peaceful transition... an evolution. Yet both documents highlight the problems. Yes they allude to the need for man to become aware of something, but since when does being aware of something change anything? Govt's are aware of all sorts of things, and as Mr Degraw points out, these things aren't driven by the need for rainbow ponies and hugs, but by ego hell bent on gorging itself irrespective of consequence.

Whilst I love the above documents for what they offer in regards to information, I can't help but think that I've written the same or similar, or read the same of similar a million times or two. This is not ego or conceit talking, the above documents should be testament to the fact that there are some rather disturbing goings on in this world that really have no need to exist as they do not serve the evolution of mankind. However, I don't see any solutions. NOW, whilst solutions are generally subjective, it's generally quite easy to spot when an idea is worthy of further consideration.

I'm comfortable with the idea of living within a Resource Based Economy, because it makes sense. Screw the love and compassion, just do your current job because it is required. Is there anything unreasonable with that request? A Resource Based Economy will leave every being on this planet acting of their on volition, but with an entire society ready to catch them when their life takes a swan dive for whatever reason. Don't get me wrong, I fully understand that even without money existing and an R.B.E. in full swing, that life will still kick people in their metaphorical nut sack. We are human after all.

A Resource Based Economy does not require there to be love and compassion towards ones fellow man. However I firmly believe that love and compassion, much I suspect like Mr Degraw above, that it's a more natural state for a human being to live in. This is most definitely evidenced by the every day action of Joe Public. Joe Public is inherently honest and live his life for 99% of the time in a state of love and compassion. It's not something we've lost. So from within the lack of boundaries a resource Based Economy has set, I claim quite categorically that it IS the financial economy that not only holds us back, but is directly responsible for just about every environmental disaster today. Climate change is not digging up the earth. Climate change is not cutting down the trees.

I'll not dwell on it, but it is important. Climate change is inevitable. It is not confined to this planet. But it doesn't dig the earth, dredge the seas, flatten forests, drill holes everywhere etc... That a Carbon Tax is tabled as a conscious response is an insult given the "rape" that this excuses. It needs to be dealt with properly using nothing more than a decision and some logistics.

I do believe that the love and compassion would shine through automatically though. A veritable heaven on Earth in under a decade. Stuff to keep us busy, stuff to keep us entertained and a reason for using resources that goes beyond money.

We know what's wrong with the system. It's the system. The economy is a financial economy and historically always seems to have been so. It is the mechanism for war, it is THE measure of poverty, it is the single most limiting factor to our evolution. Implement a Resource Based Economy and every negative that is written in the two documents above becomes a thing of the past. Might I suggest more of the economically aware in the community start giving due consideration to what a Resource Based Economy is. Once you understand what it offers 7 billion people within their lifetime, well, you'll know when you get there.

It's hard to convey just how important talking about a Resource Based Economy is. But you probably know that yourself... and it means that you are taking a real part in wanting to change the world. No every one of us was meant to change the world. But every one of us will. Get tool'd up in regards to a Resource Based Economy and tell others... then you'll be ready to vote for them when they appear. Vive La Evolution!

In regards to society not noticing: they will have chosen it and will adapt accordingly. As we know, living something does not necessarily mean noticing what you;re living.



A "Begging" Letter.

Everything takes money. Raising awareness is no different. To that end, if you have excess funds and you would like to invest in a project with the potential to change the world, then come and say hi.

The above may sound like madness or the ramblings of a person suffering from delusions of grandeur, but I assure you that I am quite serious. Someone has to be about the future. I have a plan. It may not be a good plan, but that is for you to decide. Come to my house, drink wine and let me offer you a vision and a plan of how we get there. You will be an integral part of NOW helping to shape our future. If nothing else, you will have had a wasted journey and I will have less wine.

Change happening by itself is too slow. It needs a helping hand.





We do not need to be stuck with Einstein's theory of insanity! There is a Silver Bullet! and it is EASY to change our society quickly and with next to no consequences, in fact the positives by far outweigh the negatives!

A wee challenge for you. Can you think of a single reason why our financial system is better than a NOW approach for humanity. Be honest and open minded, but I think you'll find out that there isn't. NOW (or variations of) is/are required NOW more than ever. We live in a finite world, why continue to waste it?

"There is no Silver Bullet". I've heard that from professionals, experts, leaders etc... NOW they're either really really wrong or they're lying through their teeth. Again, take a look around you and ask if this is the best we can do?

I disagree with those professionals, experts and leaders who say that there is no silver Bullet and I'll make 3 very bold statements that would have them laughing in the aisles:
  • There is a Silver Bullet!
  • It is EASY to solve many of the major issues that the world faces!
  • NOW offers positives that our current societal and economic models can't even come close to offering!

With the above 3 very bold statements in mind, I give you NOW


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