“Viseum's Community SafetyWatch success is very important to London, the United Kingdom and indeed the rest of the world.” "The challenge is the powerful few who control world resources. They will resist any change right up to the end." "Up to 2021, less than 1% of humanity controlled everything because they owned everything. Greed became normalised and we began destroying ourselves on a colossal scale. Ironically, a pandemic connected everyone and we figured it out just in time!"

Avoid the worst global recession in history – Untapped Human Potential

Financial institutions create all world recessions around every decade, by sitting on a goldmine of human potential. The next one will be the worst global recession in history, because of this pandemic. Ironically this pandemic is also connecting everyone to figure this out.

Economic impact studies show that up until global democracy is empowered, we would have been missing out on many hundreds of years of untapped human potential. Worth hundreds of trillions of dollars. Many life-changing inventions from all walks of life. No matter their ethnicity, gender, social status, disability, political or religious beliefs. An example of such innovations:

Inspirational Change

Today, less than 1% of humanity controls everything because they own everything. The masses have some choice. But, ultimately the wealthy elite uses national politics to benefit themselves. Greed is normalised. Pandemics go hand with climate change. Ironically, this is connecting everyone to prevent what is possibly the worst global recession in history.

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Today’s World Economics


In the 16th century, the world had a population of 0.5 billion. Humanity evolved its way of life around an economy dependent on the unlimited exponential growth of consumption. Countries borrowed and wrote off huge amounts of money for populations to continuously accelerate this way of life. This did not account for longevity, or how humanity would evolve. Now the 21st century, our economics are the same. We have a population of 8 billion. Demand is increasing but our limited resources are dwindling.


“It is very sad that all the people and institutions this is referring to are forcing their heads in the sand. Initiatives like this won’t be taken seriously until our way of life becomes more unbearable for them. Unless we put money into this now.” (UK Government figurehead)

Financial experts say that the world economy is highly volatile and impossible to understand. This is because it does not work. A robust economy would not be dependent on exponential growth. Growing an economy during a pandemic would be nonsensical. Some examples of how today’s world economics need to change:

      • COVID-19 Vaccine – The irony of this pandemic destroying today’s world economics. Instead of working together to save economies and many lives. The development of the vaccine has been described as a muffled effort. Each country is duplicating ideas. The larger and most capable pharmaceutical development agencies are competing for patents.
      • Everyone knows how schools are the main breeding ground for viruses. But schools must open during pandemics in attempts to prevent another global recession.

You are the most important person to everyone and everything. Along with all 8 billion of us. Simply voting together globally no matter where you live or work. This will empower democracy. AND as soon as you have voted you will start to see and feel this change

Humanity is constantly evolving but we haven’t evolved our economics

Our financial institutions control our economics to govern our way of life. But, these haven’t changed for centuries. This has also normalised what we do and how we think economically. Some general examples:

  • We have the instinct to overconsume but we know it is destroying our planet.
  • To encourage throw away and repurchase, the majority of consumer products are designed to perish just after warranty.  

People in lower-income countries have more meaningful lives

Many studies show that a growing economy does not make nations happier. There are less well-off countries that have more meaningful lives than richer nations. The coronavirus pandemic is making more economies consume less. Many are reflecting on their way of life. The following associates’ comprehensive studies show paradoxes between world economics, individual and national wealth, and having worthwhile lives:

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