Money serves as a medium of exchange and a representation of values and social connections. It derives its worth from the human labor that underlies it. Without human labor, money has no inherent value. Its value is created through labor, and it serves a purpose for the person who performs that labor. When bartering is not possible, money functions as a one-way medium of exchange. Individuals use the money to pay for goods and services when they cannot exchange them directly. The quantity of money in circulation reflects the degree of connection or disconnection among people. A greater amount of money in circulation suggests that people are independent individuals who do not engage in connected labor. In a more interconnected society, bartering would be more prevalent, and the quantity of money in circulation would be lower. Therefore, the amount of money in circulation can serve as an indicator of social relationships.
Money is obtained by selling goods and services to socially owned institutions that pay in money, because the services of such institutions cannot be compensated. In addition, it is normal that there is a connection between the individual and society. Money earned from social institutions can be used by individuals for their personal needs and desires.
Money plays a crucial role in the advancement of society. To achieve societal progress, individuals must work on personal growth, strengthen interpersonal bonds, and invest in creating future value at both individual and societal levels. Through these actions, the quantity of money in circulation is regulated, and mutual relationships are fostered. Banks have emerged as central institutions to facilitate the flow of money, reallocating funds in the market for payments and investments in future value. As an institution, banks are not primarily engaged in creating new value nor are they market participants. Rather, their primary function is to charge a fee for their services in managing society’s money. Banks cannot generate profits from the labor of others as they do not manage their own funds.
As society progresses, there are times when excess money is created in the market. It is natural to either destroy the surplus or save it for future needs. However, the saying “opportunity makes a thief” holds true, and even thieves recognize the value of money because they do not rely on their own labor. The emergence of excess money indicates the development of two-way relationships, and instead of being destroyed, banks began selling it in the form of loans. This turned money into a commodity, which it should not be.
Banking greed led to the introduction of the gold standard, using gold as a cover to create more money. However, in reality, no one benefits from gold, and it has no intrinsic value. The issuance of loans and the development of the jewelry industry turned money and gold into commodities with a market value that can be manipulated. Gold became a stock market commodity, and variable interest rates were introduced on loans. The bank did not destroy the surplus money but used it to issue loans with a variable interest rate. This distorted the way banks functioned, as they became an institution that appeared on the market as a creator of new value.
Human labor or capital goods can be used as payment insurance, but not securities. The bank’s distorted functioning was made possible by people who devalued their own work by unconsciously accepting means of payment as commodities with a market value, thus approving the bank’s operation as a demonized institution. As depicted in “The Wizard of Oz,” people happily walk along a path paved with gold bars, thinking they are moving towards a better future, but in reality, they are sinking deeper into slavery.
The historical process of privatizing socially owned banks has had significant consequences for society. Privatization was presented as a solution to incompetence, leading to the devaluation of people’s own work and the acceptance of new rules. As with the pharmaceutical industry selling back human immunity, the financial industry has usurped human value and sells it back in the form of money. The bank sells “other people’s work” (money) at a high-interest rate, which is a substitute for human labor. However, the bank is not the owner of the money and by nature cannot sell it. Selling money destroys relationships and weakens the borrower, making it an act of robbery and aggression against humanity’s value.
Money, when used as a commodity in the banking system, promotes materialism and leads individuals to measure their self-worth and the worth of others based on their wealth. This creates a negative cycle where individuals who feel incapable or insecure hoard money, leading to a lazy and incompetent society that fails to grow and develop. It is important to remember that money is merely a means of facilitating trade and not a measure of one’s value as a human being.
Those who have excess money should return it to society as a way of acknowledging that their success is not solely their own, but also a product of their community. This responsibility should fall on banks, whose role should be to prevent the accumulation of power and wealth in a few individuals. Currently, society places too much value on wealth, assuming that the wealthy are worth more as individuals. However, this perception is flawed, as wealth obtained through thievery and manipulation does not create new value or contribute positively to society, like a distorted banking system.
In today’s financial system, many managers do not feel like they are participating in thievery because they did not create the system themselves. Instead, they have been programmed to think in a distorted way, and their positions of power often lead to inflated egos and a sense of ease. Meanwhile, the creators of the flawed system have stepped back and now manage things from behind the scenes. This trend is visible around the world, as young managers are brought in with the belief that “the world rests on the young”. These managers become consumed by the pursuit of money, power, and the idea of saving the world, all while convincing themselves that they are doing the right thing.
Individuals who accumulate wealth through stock market fluctuations, currency speculation, bitcoins, gold, and other means of exchange are essentially unproductive members of society. They attempt to compensate for their lack of inherent value by accumulating vast sums of money. This is driven by various factors such as insecurity, incompetence, greed, and a desire for power and security. Such individuals do not earn millions through their own efforts; rather, they steal it from others. The meaning of life is not to be rich but to live a fulfilled life.
In today’s society, incompetent individuals often occupy positions of power and wealth, with bankers being among the worst offenders. They manage other people’s money, including artificially created money such as gold and electronic currency that represents future human labor, and charge high interest rates on it. The empty billions that come in the form of EU incentives are “devil’s money” that encourage the creation and maintenance of power centers and foster slavery.
Centers of power create inflation by having unlimited purchasing power that the rest of the population cannot compete with. Wars, food and energy shortages, and financial and other analysts are used as pawns to distract attention from the central bank as the creator of inflation and the political and economic elite who manipulate and divide people to redirect market movements in their favor. Inflation is not created by the market, but the market becomes a participant in its creation by following the demands of the elite.
As I said, the excess money should be withdrawn from the market. However, this does not happen. The purchasing power of power centers spills over to a certain number of people, but not to all. Greedy merchants, carried away by the law of supply and demand, fear, and uncertainty, raise the price to the heavens. They get away with raising prices because there is too much money on the market, and thus one lives in a vicious circle whose participants will eat each other. Such a system expels all hard-working and creative people who, with their way of life and work, cannot compete with the power centers. Their work is devalued in such a system.
The current societal trend values things that lack solid foundations, rather than devaluing them. Instead of encouraging creativity and the creation of new values, individuals are being taught to change the world for the “better” through industries like IT, pharmacy, finance, artificial intelligence, politics, media, energy, and environmental protection. However, these industries have been altered and are being used in the name of demonic forces, with workers unknowingly aiding in the entrapment of humanity. While these industries themselves are not necessarily bad, they are being misused and manipulated by demonic power centers, and employees are usually unaware of it.
The advent of the fourth industrial revolution has led to the introduction of electronic money, which will be overseen by central banks. The end goal is the creation of new value in the virtual world through the likes of digital IDs, digital avatars, online relationships, and digital wallets. Essentially, the only human work that will remain is construction, as robots take over almost all other tasks. Lab-grown food is quickly becoming a reality, and money will be easily manipulated to suit individual preferences, leading to unacceptable business conditions for account holders due to their lack of choice. Tangible physical creation by man will become obsolete, and programmers and pharmacists will be highly valued. Retail bankers will lose their value slightly as there will be less demand for them, given the predominance of electronic, centrally automated systems. This transition will be seamless because people will gladly accept the new way of life to avoid confronting their own limitations. They will work tirelessly to maintain the system and be rewarded with an annual exotic vacation or the opportunity to start a family, essentially creating new slaves. However, the consequences of such a decision will be steep, and this process has been repeated throughout history with varying forms of reward.
In the past, banks turned excess money into a marketable commodity, and the introduction of the gold standard made it possible to manipulate the market price. This led people to undervalue their own work and accept all accompanying banking products and derivatives, ultimately leading to privatization. Each time, the carrot was comfort and simplicity. First, banks created banknotes to avoid carrying gold, followed by checks, credit, and debit cards, all marketed as “for the highest good of man”. Now, with the emergence of electronic money, presented as CBDC (central bank digital currency), people are once again being lured in by the promise of simplicity and anonymity, but in reality, they will lose financial and existential control. While privatization offered security, it also created power centers and poverty and brought people into a position of dependence. The devaluation of human labor with gold is just another example of how banks have manipulated society to their advantage.
Real change cannot occur until we acknowledge the existence of evil. The concepts and ideas that have emerged throughout history and continue to do so are not inherently negative but have been misused to the detriment of humanity. Work is an important aspect of our lives that gives us purpose, and fulfillment, and connects us with others. The idea of retirement and pensions, however, promotes a sense of discontent and enslavement. Those who work solely for a pension tend to be dissatisfied with their work, and this dissatisfaction only grows stronger once they retire and realize that they have been working for someone else their entire lives. Even those who are fortunate enough to pursue their passions and accumulate wealth cannot find true satisfaction in material possessions or a relationship based on servitude. This also applies to those who have sold their souls to evil, whether consciously or not. True fulfillment can only be found through honest and meaningful work that aligns with one’s values and purpose.
Rest is certainly important and necessary part of the human process, but work is a constant presence in our lives that evolves as we age. Our work adapts and changes with us. Money, on its own, has no inherent value. It is created through our labor and reflects our own value as individuals. Every person has their own unique value, even those who have fully given themselves over to the system. They serve a purpose within the system and will continue to do so until they are no longer useful, at which point they will be discarded.
Electronic money is not inherently negative, but it can be used as a tool of oppression in the hands of individuals with psychopathic tendencies. The current system, as well as the virtual system we are moving towards, requires significant changes that should be led by responsible and mature individuals rather than those who are mentally unstable. The only way to remove such individuals is to reject their ideas and present a new system that people can accept outside of the existing system of democracy. A solution would be to return to nature, promote diversity, and place responsible and mature individuals in positions of power. However, it is unlikely that such a solution will be implemented. A compromise could be to reject the implementation of electronic ID and maintain some degree of freedom. Anything else will lead to a permanent prison in which only those who blindly follow the orders of the rulers of such a system will benefit.
The devaluation of human labor can be attributed to currency trading, while the adoption of the gold standard and privatization have disrupted economic relationships. The rise of electronic money is likely to extinguish the economic will, and will remove cash from circulation. The growth of artificial intelligence may lead to the suppression of freedom of thought. This could result in people being completely guided by external forces to meet the needs of their rulers, rather than being free spiritual beings who can support themselves and engage in mutual relationships, creative expression of will, and freedom of thought.
In such a system, waking up would be nearly impossible since human behavior would be under complete control. Resisting this system would require an immense amount of energy and time, which is already a luxury in today’s world. Once the system is fully implemented, a universal basic income may be introduced as a means of promoting human equality and preventing potential civil disobedience. However, this may lead to people becoming numb and completely idle since the income would be virtual and no longer represent human labor, but instead human inaction. As a result, this type of money could be issued in unlimited amounts.
The truth is that not everyone has the same level of consciousness or responsibility, but the price of work in time unit should be the same for all since no job is more or less important than others. The cost of labor fluctuates based on the amount of time required to complete a task/product. The more work you do, the more you should earn. Work does not discriminate, it only requires love for what you do. With love and appropriate level of responsibility, quality irregularities of the product are minimal. Crucial factor is experience, therefore educational system is more focused on the practice. You cannot be an active market participant if you have not mastered the craft. Education should not appear complicated, because all true knowledge is simple, if a person has an affinity for it. To illustrate, a watch has many wheels of different sizes that work together to make it function properly. If one wheel is removed, the watch will stop working or malfunction. Before you sell the watch you go to school to learn how to do it. More sofisticated product means better education, more time invested, therefore higher the price. Financial inequality creates a hierarchy where some people want to be a big wheel and some want to be a small one, without considering their consciousness or level of responsibility. This system erodes love since people become fixated on money and end up doing jobs they don’t like or aren’t capable of doing. If there were financial equality, people would pursue their passions, which would ultimately benefit society. Such a society would offer interest-free loans, and those unable to repay the loan through work would engage in socially useful activities. Power centers would exist, but they would be led by responsible individuals who represent society, not psychopaths. Excess money would be removed from the market, and mutual relationships would be encouraged. Energy would be free and available to everyone, and currency trading would be abolished since money is not a commodity. Each nation would use its own currency as a representation of its economic identity, while the quantity of foreign currency held reflects its level of foreign relationships development. Individuals would be encouraged to look within themselves to find the causes of their problems, and the world would be ruled by universal unwritten laws to prevent the spread of all forms of deviation. This vision of the world may seem utopian from today’s perspective. It is simplified version, but that is the essence.
However, given that the majority supports a dystopian direction, universal basic income will reduce man to a beggar. In such a system, of course, human existence is questionable, that is, people will be genetically modified to maintain the system. Control of the birth of children will be introduced and who knows if they will even develop in the womb of a woman or a man or maybe in an incubator. Arrival on Earth will be presented as arrival in “Paradise”, there will be a raw for entrance in the lower astral, because, under the influence of marketing tricks, everyone will forcefully want to come to Earth. Some because they are still hypnotized, some because they have unresolved relationships and unfinished business, some because they come to get a reward from the devil, some out of curiosity, etc. In any case, not all will be able to enter at once, but one by one, according to defined priorities. Thus the demonic perpetum mobile will be maintained. People will run in circles for money which in a vicious circle always returns to demonic officials (bankers and priests). Basically, total control, total loss of contact with reality, with nature, with oneself. It seems that the financial crisis lasts for a long time. It is, as it is. Everyone is responsible for themselves and their karma, and karma is inexorable. Good luck!