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When it comes to the GCR/RV/ Historical Bond Redemption I am torn between two questions. Does the world’s financial system need to be totally collapsed to usher in a new one to take its place or does the world need to be stabilized to properly integrate a new system?
If you are one of those who have been involved in this for years, like myself, and suffered through countless false start times, ridicule from family and friends that you have lost your mind, your frustration and confidence in the event happening has been rattled to its core.
Because of the “hope factor” we keep wanting to believe it and keep buying in to the endless stream of narratives chucked full of reasons why and when it will happen then followed by the excuses as to why it didn’t.
I am a devote believer that it will happen. It is the “when” that appears to be the moving target and what set of circumstances have to be in play for the event to ignite.
I want to believe that my information network is above par and those I receive information from are profound and bona-fide individuals that do not traffic in speculation or obscurities. They are not your general bloggers and information streams.
That being said, back to the two questions. Common sense would dictate that when viewing the global financial system and what appears to be its inevitable collapse do to decades of being polluted with corruption and inefficiency, coupled with the natural evolution of technologies, tarring down the old system first would seem to be a logical solution.
There’s no question that as science, knowledge and technology advance, we will attempt to do more significant things. But we must temper the use of these new things with ethics and integrity. If we don’t have integrity and ethics in these new systems, we really have nothing and are merely postponing our eventual doom. That points to needing a global moral overall first.
Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do. The integrity of men is measured by their conduct, not by their professions or positions. Divorced from ethics and integrity, leadership is reduced to management and politics to mere technique.
The world needs a new moral architecture. The world’s current set of ethics seems passed down from Sodom and Gomorrah. We should be emphasizing ethics rather than rules. We need to promote solid traits such as work ethic, a dignified lifestyle, matching actions to rhetoric and performance rather than grandstanding.
Which again begs the question, “does the world need to be in some state of moral harmony to actually effectuate a global financial transition or does it need to be in total collapse to force the issue”? Who will be in charge of these new systems? Are they people of high integrity and possess a strong moral compass or are they the same bad guys wearing a different hat?
Judging how the U.S. political system is being manipulated by rules and doing things because they can and not because it is the right thing to do, I don’t see a GCR being implemented. Why would you financially hydrate corrupt behavior? And as a rule, “as the U.S. goes so follows the rest of the world”.
I have a simple solution that applies to any administrative transition, politics or a business. “If it works, leave it alone” it doesn’t matter who came up with the idea. If it doesn’t work focus your attention on solutions until it does. Dah!!!
Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with Integrity. The biggest problem with communication is we don’t listen to understand. We listen to reply. When we listen with curiosity, we don’t listen with the intent to reply. We listen for what’s behind the words and to gain knowledge and understanding. .
We all need to quit wasting time arguing about what a good person should be and just be one. DJTags: dj /