"Up to 2021, less than 1% of humanity controlled everything because they owned everything. Greed became instinctive and we began destroying ourselves on a colossal scale. Ironically, a pandemic connected everyone and we figured it out just in time!"

Humanity has Overtaken the Maturity of its Institutions and Politics

We have the choice to increase the value of every government AND better the lives of every human being, or continue making our lives far worse AND destroying our planet. But, because this is not a public vote, the latter is chosen for us by our financial institutions.

Being institutionalised has a far broader reach than most of us realise. It is the general social instinct to think and do what is expected of you, by the institute that controls your way of life. It is embedded in all walks of life. Most of humanity is institutionalised by varying amounts. The most institutionalised are from finance, politics, military, public services and local authority.

General Institutionalism

Governments control the public’s way of life. This is what we all know and vote for but, it doesn’t just stop there. We have evolved relying on a very small number of people controlling the world’s financial institutions. They are unelected, but because they are owed money, they have power over politicians. The threat of government bankruptcy is the crucial reason economies must grow during pandemics. To maintain the unworkable debt system. With just these few people having so much control and influence over humanity, this is the definition of being institutionalised. It has normalised our negative instincts:

 

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THE VERY REAL EUREKA MOMENT The introduction of this New World Economy has revealed, the more institutionalised people had become, the more they had resisted change. The less they had been able to think and understand outside of their core instincts. Think of how a cult brainwashes and how difficult it is to think independently. But, over recent world events, the lockdown has connected everyone and made many people reflect on today’s way of life. The more institutionalised types of people have begun trying harder to understand and engage with this needed change.

Financial Institutions

There is no argument how today just a very small number of people control the world’s resources. These people are taking advantage of this way of life while they can. This is by exploiting the less wealthy. The question is, who can blame them? The answer is, the 99%+ of the world’s population can blame this as the primary cause of much of today’s problems. From greed and discrimination to wars, climate change and famine. With this New World Economy, some will worry about losing their status, others will worry they will lose their control. But in reality, with so much more trade in world resources, this will be the reverse. PLUS, productivity will soar to its highest levels ever. Crime will drop to its all-time low, and all of the problems faced by the world will start to vanish.

Some questions faced by politicians and the public; Do we need to change or can we have our way of life to go back to the way it was? What are the costs if we don’t change? Can we delay change just as long as it’s not in our lifetime?

World events are making more people embrace this coming change. Many were hanging on to the pre-2020 institutionalised way of life. Even if this meant worsening world problems, just as long as they would not have to deal with change in their lifetime.

Politicians

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The Public

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Institutions Accepting Change is Inevitable

We have begun educating about this project internationally. We are already in talks with several nations and many global financial institutes. The World Trade Organization, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the World Bank Group are giving their input. All agree, some seemingly reluctantly, how this vision of a new world economy is inevitable. It will create much more wealth, making many more people far better off.

New World Economics

To match the complexities of the 21st-century human race, a complex holistic world economy is needed. Imagine a world economy dependent on instinct to consume the least. An economy designed to replenish resources. Where it’s easier for conscientious hardworking people to make money, but harder for dishonest people who abuse their power. People, communities and populations will instinctively make consistently better life-changing decisions. It will create more jobs, with far better and more meaningful lives.

Greater Political Careers

With everyone having more control, governments and local authorities will need to do lots more to be part of this. With such vast amounts of public funds, there will be many more huge political careers established. They will not be answerable to the financial institutions. Political parties will campaign in democratic elections. Whoever wins power will need to make huge commitments to change. For example:

  • Having everything constantly checked and openly transparent. Making it impossible for corrupt politicians to remain in power. All of their communications and decision processes will be published and checked i.e. emails, memos, video and audio recorded meetings and phone calls.
  • The parameters and measurement of their economic systems will constantly evolve. This will be independently checked to optimize reaching each public industry target.
  • Complaints against public services of a serious nature, such as human rights abuse, will be dealt with by independent bodies. It is a conflict of interest allowing the accused to manage their own complaint.