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Global impact of the wrong economics – Untapped Human Potential

Imagine being shown how we have all been sitting on a goldmine of human potential, and a new world economy will solve the world’s biggest problems.

Inspirational Change

Today, less than 1% of humanity controls everything because they own everything. Normalising greed, the wealthy elite use politics to benefit themselves the most. This is destroying us on a colossal scale. Ironically, this pandemic is connecting everyone to figure this out.


Economic impact studies show that up until a change in our world economy, humanity would have been missing out on many hundreds of years of untapped human potential. This would have been worth hundreds of trillions of dollars. Many life-changing inventions from all walks of life no matter their ethnicity, gender, social status, handicap, political or religious beliefs. Some example innovations:

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Optimized World Ecomonics


Imagine a world economy encouraging true world collaboration. The human potential is limitless. By now we should have already reached global targets for zero carbon. When we create economic systems worthy of today, the relatively immediate benefits will be in the form of many life-changing developments:


  • First, living under lockdown would have been optimized with all countries working together to develop the COVID-19 vaccine. Then the world will get to work on all other viruses. Such as flu and the common cold. Even cancer won’t stand a chance with true world collaboration. Significantly increasing our overall lifespan.
  • One of the next very big technology breakthroughs is the many inventions that will use concepts from quantum physics. This will massively improve everyone’s lives in many ways.

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 way of life 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. Right up to global devastation. Initiatives like this won’t be taken seriously until the pain and suffering become more unbearable for them.” (UK Government figurehead)

National politics should NEVER affect world economics

The wealthy elite influence national politics to affect global trade and benefit themselves the most. It’s not rocket science to see how this is our problem. Financial experts say that the world economy is highly volatile and impossible to understand, simply 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, with each country 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 be kept open during pandemics to prevent government bankruptcy.

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 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.
  • The majority of consumer products are designed to perish just after warranty. This is to encourage throw away and repurchase.

Measuring wealth holistically

When we optimize world economics it will change our way of life. We will stop measuring wealth only with how much money we have and the size of our homes and the cars we drive. Nobody will feel supreme or superior no matter the colour of their skin. Some of the knock-on effects would be much of today’s problems will go away. No more greed, discrimination and corruption. Wars, mass migration and extreme climate change will no longer be the problems they are today. The ability to manage pandemics efficiently will be normalised.

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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The solution is to become a crucial part of this change:

Institutionalism does not evolve over thousands of years. It is controlled by our institutions and passed down from each generation to the next. The world is experiencing more worsening climate and social related disasters. The sooner we make this change, the sooner the world’s biggest problems will go away. If you are inspired to be part of this, we want to hear from you.

Changing the culture of hate

Hate has been used by many extremist groups and even a president of the United States to create disruptive and divisive movements. This is just a symptom of today’s way of life. But, if this works for hate then we can campaign to fix the problem. Simply by voting together to make global trade independent of national politics, it will happen in our lifetime.