Three days ago, I wrote of the current war between the centralised control agenda, aka. The Great Reset, and distributed autonomous organisation (DAO), i.e. an atomising, dehumanising agenda versus the co-creative development of a self-organising political economy of miraculous abundance.
The primary “front” in this war is money. The Great Reset is seeking to record and exert control over everything and everyone using centralised currency which is exogenous to human activity (except those who profit from money creation and control); whereas the Taxonomy of Money reveals that endogenous money, created as an integral component of human activity, will ensure the possibility of equal access for all. There is a much deeper point about collaborative money systems fostering responsibility, not just for our own actions, but to ensure the benefit of others. However, let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
This video of Douglas Kruger deals with The Great Reset and why it cannot succeed. Douglas refers to the lessons on central planning from the 20th century; disaster inevitably follows, e.g. the Holodomor.
THE GREAT RESET DEBUNKED BY A RAGING FREE-MARKET CAPITALIST
“If broad-prosperity is the goal, then The Great Reset is not the way.”
Also available on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ShRIMwRmW0eW/
The video makes some excellent, powerful points. However, when it comes to “property rights”, Douglas falls into the binary, adversarial argument of public versus private ownership of land, proposing distributed private ownership. No-one made the land, thus no-one can own it. Distributed trusteeship among the communities in a particular location with assured tenancy rights is the antidote to the tyranny of collective ownership.
Fred Harrison’s The Traumatised Society exposes the tragic consequences of private property rights, a manifestation of theft of the commons; there are others, such as intellectual property rights (IPR).
Institutional Hierarchy, theft of the Commons and exogenous Money are the primary causes of current “crises”, including COVID-19, the trojan horse for The Great Reset.
It is therefore obvious how we avoid Klaus Schwab’s “Great Reset” – we co-create our own reset… with our own (endogenous) money.