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Prologue

“That under capitalism, money is life, it is the token of, and the key to, every human capacity, That under capitalism the power to spend money is the power to live. That the industrial society has moved towards democracy and then stopped half-way, and mutated into consumer society of envy and that the individuals feel powerless. And live in contradictions between what he is and what he would like to be. A dreamt future balances the present of meaningless working hours and non-stop entertainment. Global warming is caused by capitalism struggle to survive and forcing the majority, whom it exploits and define the capitalist sick own interest as narrowly as possible. And that it continues to grow into the developed world by imposing false standards of what is and is not desirable. And that people have not come to the consciousness of these false standards. That some still live in a dream that creates hell for others (inspired by the Flags For Organizations: List of Axioms published 1978 (source documenta x-the book published 1997 by Cantz Verlag)”


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A borderless world? From Colonialism to Transnationalism over the decline of the nation-state

In the series “Do we have a story crisis? Part Four Population Control“, discussed how capitalism and armed conflicts go hand in hand, since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Which began in England in the middle of the eighteenth century and spread across the globe by the beginning of World War II, shaped a new world (source Industrial Revolution: Almanac James L. Outman and Elisabeth M. Outman. Published 2003 by The Gale Group).

The Capitalist has been involved and financed wars for economic profit, playing on both sides during conflicts. The Capitalist trades and invest neither moral compass nor compassion for the victims; they are directly responsible for massive wars with millions of causalities around the world. Genocide and crimes against humanity are not merely historical phenomena. It is estimated that more than 250-armed conflicts have occurred since World War II, with casualties numbering upwards of 170 million people (source A century of genocide: critical essays and eyewitness accounts edited by Samuel Totten and William S. Parsons and Israel W. Charny. – 2nd edition. Published 2004 Routledge).

The root problem causing global warming is greed made by a monetary system that benefits the neoliberalism climate. It is a well-composed story called a neo-capitalism or another word for accumulated desire. Measurement of human well-being by money as the base and use of financial instruments such as Gross Domestic Point (GDP), the main problem is that it does not correlate with human happiness or well-being.

If the economic progress continues, with the same tempo next 100 years will generate the most significant human catastrophes ever experienced, millions of people die from hunger, lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills even more (source The Vanishing Face of Gaia by James Lovelock. Published 2009 by Basic Books). The melting of the arctic ice such as in Greenland, North and South Pole transforms the land into the sea. Uninhabited conditions generate millions of refugees mitigating to find safety, clean water, and food. Climbing the ladder of greed is expensive!

Globalisation and the Industrial revolution

Globalisation coexistence with the beginning of the industrial revolution, few people claim globalisation started after the Second World War. It started much earlier, the wealthiest families in Europe begun financial globalisation nearly 300 hundred years ago. It comes into beginning 1743 in Frankfurt when Mayer Amschel (Rothschild) was born and his five sons. “It is truly a story of opportunity seized; a determined will to carry out its gains and its entry into a world of the aristocracy that did not want them”. The House of Rothschild gave loans to Greece already long before buying America. When J.P Morgan died, he was by people regarded the wealthiest banker. Nevertheless, he owned 21% of the stocks, 79% owned by the Rothschild’s. They move invisibly there are many reasons why (source The Rothschild Dynasty by Dr John Coleman published 2007)

Slavery in the Americas complemented the very first stage of capitalism as the growth of globalisation force and capable of manufacture became real. Approximately 275.000 slaves transported to America during the 15th and 16th century. The next century the figures raised five times as many. Nevertheless, the golden age of human trade was the next century between 1710 and 1810. The applied number of individuals export from Africa rose to more than 6 million people and created the bases and advantage of the wealth that today’s power structure based upon, this foundation made railways, oil industry and so on possible for the future generation of the rich (sources The Cambridge world history of slavery. Published 2011 by Cambridge University Press). The driving forces of globalisation are the world’s economic bodies (World Bank, IMF, and WTO) free trade agreements, backed by powerful nations (most notably the USA) with financial support from The New World Order. In 1990, there were less than 32000 multinational corporations; however, because of globalisation the numbers have more than double in less than 30 years. Today more than 64000 multinational corporations.

Secret organisations

Secret organisations established by the eight families, the founders invisible for the masses control almost every aspect of the American and global economy with their government like organisation and the ownership of corporations, and the same people own approximately 80 per cent of Fortune 500 most valuable companies. The organizations have many names such as Council of Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission (1972), Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), The Bilderbergers, Club of Rome, and Federal Reserves (1913) (source Final warning: a history of the new world order by David Allen Rivera. Published by conspiracy books). Their names sound like governmental institutions, and therefore, most people do not know the difference.

It is a small elite on the top, invisible that only knows the real reason behind, planned carefully and slowly implementing, like puzzle bit by bit slowly gain total control. It is not a conspiracy theory, historical documents, research shows Federal Reserve’s control over money supply creates cycles of economic upturns as well crisis, only a few, not even the chairman knows the hidden agenda, only a small elite of 3-4 members never seen on stage. They manipulate interest rates and deflation since they are in control of money supply (licence to print money), the book “The Great Inflation and its Aftermath” by Robert J. Samuelson confirms; “Through its influence on interest rates and the money supply, “the Fed”—as it’s colloquially known—were a prime accomplice in the Great Inflation. Its responsibility stemmed from the truism that all major inflations involvetoo much money chasing too few goods.” America’s worst peacetime inflation occurred because the government, through the Fed, created too much money.”

New World Order

The Committee of 300 funded and operated by wealthiest families of America every decision made is economical, maximize profit benefit a small group of extremely affluent people (the 200 wealthiest people earnings is approximately the size of 50% of the total global workforce) without care for or compassion with majority of people in any social structure. According to the Tavistock Institute previous and today, presidents know about the New World Order society; “Woodrow Wilson was the first American president to publicly proclaim himself in favour of a Socialist New World Order inside a Socialist One World Government. His remarkable acceptance of the New World Order found in his book “The New Freedom”.

Globalisation vs nature principles

Globalisation works against the principles of its nature of manufacturing and energy-efficient solutions; nature use always takes the shortest route and most effective way. The ineffective, repeatedly non-dynamic human-made production uses vast sources of energy (mostly non-renewable petroleum) The power makes the continuation of entropy (heat) by manufacturing, agriculture, cars and long-distance transportation generate astronomical ecological footprints, substantial impact on human health, future generations and general well-being. Fabricated in every step by fossil fuel, agriculture, mining, chemical production, assembly lines, transportation of products travels worldwide, logistics and sales. The corporate only worry and focus their business without considerations of damage elsewhere in the system complexity.

A corporation mission is to give the owners (shareholders) undoubtedly return on investment and growth. Minimise cost in every step of production and maximise profit by storytelling and myth-making. Because the way corporations organised is challenging to make people accountable for damage, mostly do not understand why they cause environmental problems since not thinking in whole systems, does not or want not to understand that everything is interconnected. Modern corporation effectiveness is approximately 3 per cent (banking industry) while 97 per cent of the energy used for lunch. The efficacy or entropy adds up. The result is the warming of Earth. The Disorder created have to be restored by Order.

Gaia or Earth regulates the system by feedback and loops. Slowly regain Order. The impact increases the response (the bullshit does not make a difference, the communicating by emails and use of CC make employees use hours reading emails unnecessary, meeting syndrome, travels, business lunches, representations, transportation of materials and goods, primarily entirely causeless and dull). Human-made production is 3 per cent effective compared with 100 per cent effective in nature. Nature plays a zero game. We think the more data we have, the better or more precise result, while it’s the opposite, the fewer data, decrease fragility of decisions.

Nature works in slow processes unmeasurable by our understanding of time. Human-made technology progresses instantly and accelerates destructions of life, the rebuilding recovering by timespan of thousands of years. The captivating idea nevertheless, some of the wisest thinkers Buddha (middle way) and Lao Tzu (book Tao-Te-Ching) explained and lectured on interference: “order and disorder in nature which a wise man refuses to interfere with the natural flow of things in every way.” Another concept, a greater one, nature is the teacher Biomimicry” (bios means life, mimicking is copying, imitating nature in every aspect form, function and contents, the DNA) illustrates the effectiveness of nature systems vs fabricated human-made systems (source Biomimicry as nature builds it). The inspiring book Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine Benyus discuss nine cores derived from the study of the natural world. See Biomimicry life principles diagram library

Nine core concepts of nature

  • Nature runs on sunlight
  • Nature uses only the energy it needs
  • Nature fits form and function
  • Nature recycles everything.
  • Nature rewards cooperation
  • Nature banks on Diversity
  • Nature demands local expertise
  • Nature curbs excesses from within
  • Nature taps the power of limits

Capitalism grow or die syndrome

Capitalism own physical condition is evolving or die, and it will overgrow and collapse as the systems change more significant fragility increase. Human creativeness is the instinct, a predator within all ecosystem and eats (natural resources anything) faster than it reproduces. When we run out of resources, food supply collapse and the race will die of famine. Starve to death, we are committing suicide, and we know it, the contradiction humans enjoy life so why suicide? It goes faster than you think in another 100 years Earth biocapacity reduce and barely feed one million people, not seven billion (source The vanishing face of Gaia: a final warning by James Lovelock. Published 2009 by Basic Books)

Civilisation disappears, hunting for the ultimate natural resources. Freshwater supplies and food leads to desperation wars; the wealthiest families hire private armies protecting land property, food supply, clean water and warehouse of needed commodities. Soon, however, the starvation, lack of pure water humans become dangerously and violently attach protected property, many will die in the fight however will manage break through defences. Lack of clean water, massive pollution and increased temperatures and extreme weather agriculture suffer from reduced crop production. Finally, the last humans will experience the ultimate sufferings; even the wealthiest will not survive. According to James Lovelock, the scientist and environmentally reflected said “if humans continue the endless consumption, increased use of fossil fuel over the next 100 years’ will be inescapable to sustain more than 1 million people not 7 billion” The biocapacity will decrease significantly and massive human starvation the result. Melting of the Arctic ice flooding expands sea level, land under water create streams of refugees escaping to higher ground, extreme weather and a significantly warmer climate will make land unfitted for food production.

Capitalism destruction of the biological evolution

Biological Diversity perhaps the most prominent aspect of life, fundamental for life progress is consistent with the Darwinian theory of evolution by random mutation. The Diversity of cells and tissues of single animal development (even though the genetic make-up of all cells of an organism is constant) attributed to random mutations. While the Lamarckian concept of species development is not a valid explanation of evolution, it may offer clues about the origin of Diversity in the progression of many cells that make up a single organism. Human greed of individuals and the global corporations destroy solutions for human survival; industrialization causes massive deforestation, 50.000 species disappear yearly in the Amazon rainforest (source Amazon Rainforest deforestation today’s action tomorrows karma).

Microbial life

The importance of Diversity, complex systems is the result of economic thinking, and non-scientifically theories forced upon governments and international organisations by lobbying and non-governmental interest groups. Such as Club Of Rome, the same people behind, War on Microbial life, viruses and infectious disease with innovation made by pharmaceutical science, for example, vaccination is a fight between different evolutions. The future progression is counter-résistance and overcomes our defences, for example, drug resistance by microbial life and bacterias. We can never be sure when and how it will happen: “At some unpredictable time and in some unforeseeable manner nature will strike back” according to the microbiologist René Dubos (source Life as surplus: biotechnology and capitalism in the neoliberal era by Melinda Cooper. Published 2008 by University of Washington Press). Product innovations in biotechnology and science limited understanding of biological evolution; ability to resistance is a human God complex. Humans believe they outthink nature, with billions of years of development the system complexity of Earths, balance disorder by feedback and loops. It is extremely fine-tuned. Quality incredibly effective methods of creating structures play a zero game for 4.5 billion years, empires fall.

Survival of the fittest

Biology and evolution of life by random DNA mutations, epigenetics the personal reading of genetic materials a defence system (survival of the fittest) by natural selection is actually a war against ourselves we cannot win (Source The Making of the Fittest DNA and the ultimate forensic record of evolution by Sean B. Carroll published 2006 by W. W. Norton & Company). The US government propaganda machinery claims fear of terrorism (bio and conventional) is a lie. Nevertheless, established NBFAC National Bio forensics Analysis Centre the microbial forensics laboratory which forms part of the Department of Homeland Security, it breaks the US Constitution Section Eight (source Corwin and Peltason’s Understanding the Constitution, Seventeenth Edition Sue Davis Published 2008, 2004 by Thomson Wadsworth, a part of The Thomson Corporation). Who works closely with the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and is a centre specialising in the examination and analysis of material evidence in cases of actual or suspected criminal/terrorist activity.

Genocides never executed by small terrorist cells but the states. Genocide and crimes against humanity are not merely historical phenomena. Estimated more than 250-armed conflicts have occurred since World War II, with casualties numbering upwards of 170 million people. A few examples The Armenian genocide in Turkey death toll 1,500,000, Stalin forced famine death toll 7.000.000, The Nazi genocide death toll 6.000,000, The Mao genocide in China death toll 45.000.000, and finally Pol Pot in Cambodia death toll 2.000,00,0 (source A century of genocide: critical essays and eyewitness accounts edited by Samuel Totten and William S. Parsons and Israel W. Charny. – 2nd edition. Published 2004 Routledge)


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Sources and useful information

  • Life as surplus: biotechnology and capitalism in the neoliberal era by Melinda Cooper. Published 2008 by University of Washington Press)
  • A century of genocide: critical essays and eyewitness accounts edited by Samuel Totten and William S. Parsons and Israel W. Charny. – 2nd edition. Published 2004 Routledge
  • Industrial Revolution: Almanac James L. Outman and Elisabeth M. Outman. Published 2003 by The Gale Group
  • The Cambridge world history of slavery. Published 2011 by Cambridge University Press
  • The vanishing face of Gaia: a final warning by James Lovelock. Published 2009 by Basic Books
  • Corwin and Peltason’s Understanding the Constitution, Seventeenth Edition Sue Davis Published 2008, 2004 by Thomson Wadsworth, a part of The Thomson Corporation
  • The book Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine Benyus
  • Documenta x-the book published 1997 by Cantz Verlag
  • The Rothschild Dynasty by John Coleman published 2007
  • The Making of the Fittest DNA and the ultimate forensic record of evolution by Sean B. Carroll published 2006 by W. W. Norton & Company
  • The Great Inflation and its aftermath by Robert J. Samuelson, published 2008 by Random House
  • Biomimicry as nature builds it
  • Amazon Rainforest deforestation today’s action tomorrows karma

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