Benjamin Fulford: Fall of the 6,000-Year Old System of Babylonian Debt Slavery….Posted on April 26, 2015 by David Robinson
What we are witnessing is the fall of the 6,000-year old system of Babylonian debt slavery. The human ants are running around in increasing panic because they sense something big has happened. Most are blind so they cannot see that the eye at the top of the human ant-hill, or pyramid, has been overthrown. There is chaos because the people at the top cannot agree on what to do next.
Here is a humble suggestion on how the end the chaos and start an unprecedented era of prosperity. First of all, we need to replace the God we call money with a symbol of the world. A new currency would be issued, call it say a Mundo or ??and, for a limited period of time, it could be exchanged on a one for one basis with dollars or euros. The U.S. and the EU could then replace their currencies with something new, perhaps something like the greenback. The old dollar and euro would become something to be found in curiosity and antique shops. Other national or regional currencies could remain as they are.
The new currency would then be handed out each month on an equal basis to all humans on earth based on current world GDP. This would amount to roughly 8,000 Mundos per person annually. For the first time many humans will be able to afford the basic commodities of consumer life, such as a television, triggering a vast economic boom.
In addition to this, every human would be given, as a basic human right, access to the minimum necessary nutrition and emergency medical care.
This would not be a form of communism but rather be a one-off thing more like land-distribution. The US and communist land distributions in Japan and China in the post war years paved the way for unprecedented booms. A one-off asset redistribution would do the same for the world. All people in the world would be guaranteed a minimum income locked in at 2008 world mean per-capita GDP. After that it would be up to individuals to raise themselves above that level.
History has had cycles of this sort since time immemorial. Wealth or land would become ever more concentrated until a popular revolt triggered a redistribution. Instead of waiting for a world revolution, world leaders could create a system much like the ones that exist in sports like soccer or baseball. If one team gets too strong and starts winning all the matches, it gets boring and the audience dries up. The answer they came up with is to redistribute talented players in order to even the playing field.
The world can do the same with administrators, scientists, businessmen etc.
In order to preserve nature, an inventory would be kept and destruction of nature would result in a loss of currency calculated according to some sort of basket based on things like the number of whales and the amount of rainforest etc. Increase in overall bio-mass and bio-diversity would lead to an increase in the minimum guaranteed per-capita income.
In addition to this, a system like in Japan from the post-war to 1985 or in present day China would work well for individual countries and regions as well as for the world as a whole. It would involve a combination of central-planning and market forces.
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