Today, David Kellerman, Freddie Mac chief financial officer, committed suicide in his home. It is assumed that this tragedy was partially attributed to his stress related to claims of reckless business practices contributing to the nation’s housing and financial crisis.
Of course, condolences go to his personal and corporate families. It is highly predictable that this story will continue for an appropriate time to discover details and emotional healing. This tragic story will slowly fade away from broad public exposure. Unfortunately, our media and economic powers dictate that this story must go away in order to resume the aggressive pursuit of money.
Global leadership entities are given plenty of opportunities to see the consequences of their monetary systems, under which some must win and some must lose. Leadership take time to mourn and respect those who fall due to the system, but they continue to preserve and strengthen the competitive system that is soley responsible for the falls. Leadership is willing to accept every present and future sacrifice of the system as long as the system continues to provide for many. Those who fall due to the financial system are mourned but are deemed by continued inaction of leadership as acceptable competitive losses. Otherwise, the global financial system would have been changed or eradicated long ago to prevent such human losses again. It parallels the logic of acceptable losses during military conflicts. Not that it is at all desirable, but would it take 10 percent of all global citizens to commit suicide due to financially related stress for global leadership to expedite financial social reform? How about 20 percent or 40 percent? The desired answer is that one global citizen who has fallen anytime in our financial history should have been sufficient cause to justify significant global reform. As long as we as a race are willing to allow at least one of our own to fall as a direct result of our systems, we will never achieve the true peace we seek and pray for as we arise and sleep.
There is an alternate path to permanently prevent or significantly reduce financial and resource deficiency related suicides worldwide. It would eliminate the need and desire for competition for any and all resources. Furthermore, it will place the human race on a path that renews human spirits with sustainable hope for the future. The alternative path involves pure global cooperation.
This web link provides proof that there is sufficient world food resources and production capacities available to nourish every global citizen. There is absolutely no need to compete for food again. When you fully absorb the implications of this report, your logical conclusion will be that global cooperation will rapidly end global famine and provide justifications, mechanisms and motivations for global money eradication and increased human psyche stabilization.