Today, global financial leaders met in London, UK for their G-20 summit. This event was met by approximately 35,000 timely street protesters at several locations symbolic to financial responsibility. This protest brings attention to the pain and suffering due to failed global financial controls, motives of greed and their corresponding conclusions.
What has not been fully digested is the prominent cry of the protesters to actually abolish money. They called for the eradication of a system used by humans for thousands of years. This act of a relative few represents a willingness and perhaps fortitude to go through the discussions, planning and permanent transition from money and financial concerns in exchange for the stability of pure global cooperation. This small group of citizens actually represents a subset of citizens worldwide that would support the total eradication of all global monetary systems as a component of their highest ideals for the human race.
The human race has evolved to understand that sufficient global capacities exist to provide essential resources for every global citizen through pure cooperation. There are simply too many concrete examples to justify how money and other competitive systems unnecessarily divide us philosophically, socially and physically. One unrecoverable consequence of these competitive systems is the multitude of unnecessary deaths of our global brothers and sisters from famine. Historical archives and studies of the current era, currently unwritten, will not be kind to us in this regard. Our descendants will definitely, without any doubt, feel shamed from the results of our prolonged unwillingness to do the hard work to fully eradicate the root causes of global famine and suffering.
Global leadership is presented with a “rare paradox in the existence of the human species” challenge to look beyond the fleeting objectives of any political party or nation to finally address the root needs of mankind that will forever include, support and advance every global citizen. This must be done before it is quantitatively too late, when enough global citizens would give up the pursuit for leadership to “do the right global thing.” In this regard, the global money issues and proposal are offered as components of a comprehensive global social reform plan.
Although this protest of the G20 financial summit will probably come and go along with the financial event, the message and vision will remain alive and will mature. If global leadership fail to recognize the significance of this event in the context of evolving global social opinion and responsibility, they will fall short of fulfilling their greatest potential contributions to mankind. They will “pass the buck” of responsibility and conviction to their political successors, as access to essential resources for every global citizen must become a sustainable reality in order for the entire human race to significantly prosper and advance beyond this era. Money leaves humans susceptible to thinking and acting in ways most inconsistent with their highest ideals. Money, and every other global institution and system that divide the human race such that at least one global citizen loses, must be retired.