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Oil industry launches big election PR push – Not in an Equal Money System

January 5, 2012 Leave a comment

“Oil industry launches big election PR push” –full story here.

Further proof that our economic system is based on and is completely controlled by money- the ‘oil industry’ is launching a campaign to support itself and its own industry. What is the drive behind this? Yes, Money. Does humanity require more oil? Not actually. The majority of our use of it is unnecessary in the first place- most of it’s used in businesses making/transporting products that aren’t necessarily needed but are simply created in the hopes of selling it for profit. As such, the current system is eating up resources and the trash is piling up of products that break or become obsolete quicker and quicker or of ‘disposable’ items that don’t get many repeat uses before they’re thrown out, like plastic water bottles and such, which are made out of plastic which comes from, yes, oil.

The only way we’re going to stop this cycle of rapidly destroying the planet and making it uninhabitable is by changing our abusive system to one that actually works and does not ‘necessitate’ such excessive waste. One of the excuses used to justify the oil industry’s push for more support of the oil industry, is that it will create more jobs, at a time when unemployment is even higher than usual. But we don’t need more jobs- that’s what’s destroying the planet through overconsumption of resources.

What we need is a system which actually supports us- not one where we’ve accepted that we apparently come into this world in debt- the majority of the population that is, while a very few are born into this world with enough money that they’ll have access to everything the world has to offer. We need a system where we value ourselves as equal where no one has to go without, and everyone has access to their needs and to that which supports life. Because that is how it should be.

Then we wouldn’t find ourselves in this situation where advertisements will be played on tv which are specifically designed to convince people to support the oil industry just so more money can be made and at the expense of the quality of our life and in fact the very ability for us to live here since we’re so rapidly destroying the place through this rat race system of debt, where money is valued in such a way that keeps the majority of humanity enslaved- with no real choice how to live, with no option or ability to live a truly effective and fulfilled life, where one is supported and has the ability to expand oneself and develop skills and talents and get the best education- what we have today and have had for all time is the exact opposite where almost no one really gets to thrive and everyone is caught up in a bare struggle to survive.

This is no way to live, with most enslaved to money, and those that don’t have any suffering from starvation and treatable diseases. It’s 2012, should this really still be happening? Should we still be enslaved in a debt system where we work our lives away literally giving our lives as we shrivel up from a lifetime of work, day-in and day-out, with practically no opportunities to really express oneself here in a way that one would like or would actually choose. Have a look, most of one’s decisions are made based on money- it’s infiltrated and become the deciding factor in every facet of life- thus life has become and has been slavery, and has never really been life.

If you want to actually support the people who don’t have jobs right now- investigate and support the Equal Money System  so that such a situation never manifests where we find ourselves in positions where we’re not being supported by the system. Support the Basic Income Grant as a stepping stone system to assist with effectively ending poverty within the current capitalist system, so that everyone can get their basic needs at least, and this will support everyone at least with the point of survival, freeing everyone to consider what’s really going on in this world in the big picture so we can start effectively dealing with the problems at hand, before it’s too late.

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