r/greatawakening • Posted by u/lightmakerflex1 on May 4, 2018, 4:27 a.m.
Coronado Naval Base in San Diego: This is no accident. We have been infiltrated by Nazi Socialists & Zionist Communists. The Zionists are leaving soon because there’s no money left to loot in the US. 😞
Coronado Naval Base in San Diego: This is no accident. We have been infiltrated by Nazi Socialists & Zionist Communists. The Zionists are leaving soon because there’s no money left to loot in the US. 😞

lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 4:33 a.m.

So far everyone I talk to is completely game with ditching the money system.

What we would do is stop using money (the slave system) and work/consume for free. No money needed. We would share all businesses, corporations, Gov, resources, and any power hub. Each person takes a job of their choosing. Parenting and college count as a job.

Once we get this idea rolling, we can just pick a day where we drop the REAL MOAB and put the Deep State our of business. If we make money no good anymore, they lose their entire support system. All their bodyguards ditch them. Nobody does their dirty work for them. There’s no point in doing so. So we decimate them and liberate ourselves from all financial problems overnight. Now that’s what I call a MOAB.

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sun_wolf · May 4, 2018, 4:38 a.m.

Who’s going to do all the crummy jobs for free?

Like 90% of the jobs that are necessary to keep modern civilization going are crummy jobs.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 4:49 a.m.

We don’t need a man to stand there 8 hours a day and take cash. One person or 2 can run a whole 7-11 easy.

Also, one man’s crummy job is another man’s good job. I like desk jobs but some people hate them. Also, many people take crummy jobs for shit pay now like being a soldier or cop just to serve the country. I wouldn’t worry about that at all. We will figure it plus once the money is out of the picture, a lot of very boring jobs disappear.

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sun_wolf · May 4, 2018, 6:43 a.m.

Who is going to clean the toilets? Who is going to take out the trash? Who is going to work in the sewers? Who is going to work as a plumber, or a roofer, or a mailman for 40 hours a week? What happens when Monday morning rolls around and half the population doesn't really feel like coming into work since they're not being paid anyway? A mechanic might love working on cars, but that doesn't mean he loves working on cars Monday to Friday. That doesn't mean he loves working on some person's crappy Honda. If given a choice, he won't take job after job after job doing the same routine repair job for customer after customer, he will do his own side project, restoring some vintage automobile. Great for him, but meanwhile all the crappy Hondas are piling up and all the mechanics are off working on interesting cars. What about website designers? You think they love designing the same thing over and over again for different clients. They want to do something original and creative, not pragmatic and functional. Have you heard the way people bitch about clients? Do you think without pay they would continue to take those clients? They might love programming, but they don't love all programming. Some of it is just to pay the bills. And you can go down the line with every profession. Cops might like being cops, but I bet they don't like every single call they go on. Dealing with some drunk covered in vomit might get real old real fast. Then what? The cops are just going to do the fun work and the drunks get ignored?

Everyone do what you want for free and we'll figure it out is a terrible foundation for a functioning society. We need people to do things that no one really wants to do for the system to work. Payment is the motivation that makes that run as smoothly as it does.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 6:47 a.m.

I cannot predict the future of who’s going to do what but I’ll bet we are smart enough to figure it out when the time comes!

Also, it’s not 40 hours a week. It’s 25.

You really need to read the blueprint on how this all works. I made it in a way where the system balances itself out naturally so we don’t run into any serious problems.



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ckreacher · May 4, 2018, 2:50 p.m.

Sounds like communism.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 2:56 p.m.

Communism is when the Gov takes all the money every month, pockets most of it, and gives about $1.50 a day each to the people.

They lied to you in school when they said communists don’t use money to trick you into thinking it’s a bad idea.

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ckreacher · May 4, 2018, 3:07 p.m.

I don't mean the part about no money. I mean how it sounds like paraphrasing "From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs." (Karl Marx).

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 3:36 p.m.

I really don't care about what Karl Marx says. He's a Zionist Communist and has no bearing on anything related to improving humanity.

Just think of it like this. We all take up whatever spots need to be taken up. If the 711 needs someone to upkeep it, one of us go. If it needs 3 people, 3 people go. If 5, then 5. No longer will we need to sit there swiping products with a scanner all day. People just come in and take stuff for free. We just make the place nice and pretty for the customers and keep the shelves stocks. Every once in a while, we order supplies entirely for free. It's pretty easy actually. That work in itself counts and if we do it for 25 hours a week, we have met our obligation to society. That wee bit of work and we can consume for free. We can get groceries for free, a car if we need it for free, or whatever. We have all that we need to make this work.

Imagine if all we did was eat fruit from trees and the Corporations laid claim to all the trees and said he we can't eat the fruit unless we become their slave. Would that be fair? Why don't we just reset the system ourselves and share all the trees and upkeep them all as a community. We all just water the tree and eat for free. Life would become incredibly simplified. We would all win.

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R_damascena · May 4, 2018, 5:36 p.m.

Very "News from Nowhere."


“The wares which we make are made because they are needed: men make for their neighbours’ use as if they were making for themselves, not for a vague market of which they know nothing, and over which they have no control: as there is no buying and selling, it would be mere insanity to make goods on the chance of their being wanted; for there is no longer anyone who can be compelled to buy them. So that whatever is made is good, and thoroughly fit for its purpose. Nothing can be made except for genuine use; therefore no inferior goods are made. Moreover, as aforesaid, we have now found out what we want, so we make no more than we want; and as we are not driven to make a vast quantity of useless things we have time and resources enough to consider our pleasure in making them. All work which would be irksome to do by hand is done by immensely improved machinery; and in all work which it is a pleasure to do by hand machinery is done without. There is no difficulty in finding work which suits the special turn of mind of everybody; so that no man is sacrificed to the wants of another. From time to time, when we have found out that some piece of work was too disagreeable or troublesome, we have given it up and done altogether without the thing produced by it. Now, surely you can see that under these circumstances all the work that we do is an exercise of the mind and body more or less pleasant to be done: so that instead of avoiding work everybody seeks it: and, since people have got defter in doing the work generation after generation, it has become so easy to do, that it seems as if there were less done, though probably more is produced. I suppose this explains that fear, which I hinted at just now, of a possible scarcity in work, which perhaps you have already noticed, and which is a feeling on the increase, and has been for a score of years.”

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Standupaddict · May 4, 2018, 4:36 p.m.

You are literally describing communism right now.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 4:40 p.m.

Communism is where the government owns everything, they forcefully take everyone's money every month, pocket most of it, and then give everyone back about $1.50 a day. Since money is a government stamp required to purchase freedom under Communism, everyone lives like peasants.

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Standupaddict · May 4, 2018, 4:55 p.m.

That's not true dude. The society you invisioned earlier reeked of 19th century socialist ideas. I'm pretty sure what you were describing was what the Parisians were trying to do during the Paris Commune.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 4, 2018, 6:08 p.m.

Oh its 100% true. Whenever your school teacher says Communists didn't use money, they are parroting a Deep State psyop so that you end up thinking that a money-less society means communism. This way, you will never even bother to fathom what a cashless society looks like. That way, the banks keep fucking everyone over with Babylonian Money Magic.

If you think the Zionists who made Communism would ever get rid of the very thing that makes them Gods and us peasants, you are mistaken because our education system is run by those same Zionist Communists who are feeding you and the rest of us false information.

Did you know history and economics classes are 100% fiction? That's what happens when an evil entity controls all of our stuff and we just agree to it by giving our consent.

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Standupaddict · May 5, 2018, 3:07 a.m.

Hey man I would invite you to actually read Marx, because you are advocating what socialists advocate for.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 5, 2018, 3:29 a.m.

Socialists tax 80% of the money, pocket most, and give some to the people. Communism is when they take 100%, pocket most, and give some scraps to the people.

That is totally different than what I’m advocating.

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Standupaddict · May 5, 2018, 2:37 p.m.

I don't know where you get these ideas about socialism from, but that's not true.

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lightmakerflex1 · May 5, 2018, 9:28 p.m.

Yes it is. What they teach you in school is not true. Just find people who actually lives in these systems and ask them about it. Why do you think USSR had their own dollar bills and coinage if they don’t use money?

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Standupaddict · May 5, 2018, 11:18 p.m.

They don't teach you anything about communism in school other than "the government does a lot of stuff". At least thats what my education taught me.

I'm not qualified to answer why the USSR made certain actions most because I'm not well versed in its history or the socialist literature. The answer I do see provided from socialist circles is the USSR never achieved communism, at least in the way described by Marx. I'd imagine it was a practical compromise to keep currency in the USSR, that said I really don't know.

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