Leadership believe they have the solutions to heal this crisis. Begging the difference involves delivering not financial tactics but problem identification in its raw form. Americans cringe again while relinquishing an initial eighty-five billion dollars to bailout American International Group- a large financial firm classified as too large to fail. Stock markets suffered while anticipating the formal bailout announcement and immediately afterwards. There is the expected fear of capital preservation among individual and institutional investors. Worries of additional upcoming economic concern grow nationally and globally.
As the anticipated arguments for or against the decision develop, no media or political entity offered the remote possibility that the real problem is the outdated global money institution itself. Humans continue to place great faith in financial instruments that contain zero inherent value. Money is artificial, having no inherent ability to provide any resource.
The only true sustainable solution is to retire all money systems and replace them with the only assets that deserve our long-term faith, the people. Global cooperation is the true will of all good people. Pure cooperation is a superior replacement for all money systems as it supports harmony while money and compensation supports division among have and have-not entities. The people are too reluctant to ask global leadership to end money systems. Pure global cooperation acts as a distant secret savior for individuals while they await global leadership to acquire sufficient wisdom to embrace it. People court the possibility of a zero money global society as a passing dream, only to promptly subdue it for more mainstream alternatives having greater degrees of global leadership interest. The Global Money Eradication Proposal outlines replacing competition money systems with cooperative systems worldwide.