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How come we take life for granted?

‎The problem is, we’ve taken life for granted, as if it is suppose to be about work, struggle and survival. Since most of us have lived our perception of ‘seemingly’ surviving it – we ‘perceive’ that everyone must be having the same ‘opportunity’. When in fact, they’re not. It’s taken almost 4 years of research and re-educating myself (in how our current money, education, banking and governmental systems operate, where profit is always valued over life), for me to even begin to comprehend just how serious a situation all life is in.

There is truly not even a shred of opportunity for millions of living beings to even come close to ‘achieving’ what they are most certainly’capable’ of. To insist that there is opportunity for everybody, is simply a lack of education of the one insisting. Because the facts of how people are struggling, barely surviving from paycheck to paycheck and/or homeless and starving to death, is everywhere here to be seen. If one look at how we’ve accumulated ourselves up to now – it’s a mathematical certainty that we’ve not begun to see the worst of what will become of humanity – unless, we begin anew direction, with Equal Money.

When I ask only ‘myself’,’does every physical living being born here have the ‘right’ to food, clothes, clean water, a home, an education and healthcare’? It’s like, not only a ‘right’- it’s common sense, it’s a ‘given’and, is what is required if the physical being whose being born is to continue living. Everything else, is irrelevant, until the gift of Equality is given.

Equal Money will allow everyone to prove ‘for themselves’ just how capable they truly are.

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Worth more in death than in life? You hold the key with Equal Money


Recently I was told how since my sister died a couple of months ago, that her 13 year old daughter has begun receiving government assistance through a monthly check. I assumed this was because of my sister being on disability.

I now find out, that no that’s not it, because she hadn’t been ‘approved’ for disability and, like the majority of us, she struggled daily to provide food for herself and her daughter. She had applied for many jobs but wasn’t able to find one and mostly our father was assisting her as often as possible. She was divorced and her daughter was living with her dad because honestly, he was able to better provide for her.

But Wait! Now that she’s dead, her daughter has become eligible for the government assistance, which is approximately 800 US dollars a month, and will until she’s no longer in school.

Sure it’s cool. Though it’s odd isn’t it – that we support a money system that will not support a living parent, until they’re dead. So, according to our current money system, by definition, my sister is able to support her child with life’s necessities better since she’s dead.

Obviously, one only have to look at our world to see that our current money system values money over life. And, why not, because after all, it’s the accepted way of slavery we’ve become accustomed and addicted to. There are so many children starving to death in this world and we’re struggling so much to make ends meet, that we’re not stopping to see how and what we’re supporting. The fact is, our current money system supports murder. And we support the capitalistic bullshit that continues as our current money system – so what are we going to do to stop it?

There is now a way that every child and every living being will be guaranteed the basic necessities, including an education and healthcare – that is with an Equal Money System.

The signs are here and we’re in overtime – stand up – stop supporting a money system that supports life only in death…

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