Humanity Invokes Article 25…

Article 25.
(1) Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of oneself and of one’s family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
(2) Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.

These days humanity appears to be a herd of sheep happily running to the slaughter house while ignoring global warming and the sixth extinction. It is quite obvious that mass consent has been manufactured for decades in order to get everyone to thankfully drink the hierarchical and capitalistic cool-aid. However, it wasn’t always so. Humanity has also had moments of extreme lucidity when facing the perils of imminent death such as the U.N. passing the Human Rights Declaration of 1948 right after WWII.  Around the same time, the British passed a hefty safety net which included the NHS, the National Healthcare System, the best public healthcare system over the earth, being dismantled today by the powers that be so it can be properly destroyed via privatization and unnecessary cuts, austerity, so more tax breaks can be provided for billionaires.  Our current socioeconomic paradigm, whether this is called neoliberalism, Supply Side Economics, or what it truly is: Constipated Horse and Sparrow, has always failed to deliver the goods for the working class in the form of high paying jobs and social prosperity. Our socioeconomic paradigm has indeed delivered plenty of wealth redistribution and accumulation for the upper strata, the oligarchs from the one percent, despite the fact that the oligarchs are indeed an absolute economic failure. There has always been one constant and that is that the more things change the more they stay the same in what pertains to socioeconomics. The system reassembles itself after each revolution so the dysfunction reassembles itself in what appears to be an infinite manner.


The most terrifying phrase has been uttered for centuries every time it has been asserted that, the king has died: Long live the king has been uttered as the new tyrant takes the throne. The hierarchical model, despotism and tyranny, have reassembled themselves after every pass dismantle. The reason for the dysfunction to eternally reassemble is because the main cause of the problem remains intact, the hierarchical model, despite outer appearances. If you caught an infection and gave the antibiotics to your neighbor to take it would be as effective to you as any systemic change has been for our society in the past fifteen thousand years. The wrong solutions continue to be applied in an endless manner yet many cheer for these solutions to continue. Meanwhile, perpetual wars for profit continue not only making the oligarchs investments grow but also causing havoc all over the earth with the exception of developed nations as most oligarchs live there. The solutions to all human ills have been written on the wall yet the system is immune to solutions as these would require a complete transformation of culture and society putting at risk the oligarch’s feudal world. Humans are being replaced by machines in all available fields of work. Eventually human beings will be replaced by machines everywhere despite the rumor that highly technical jobs will be created as these will be quite minuscular as compared to the old days of workers running machines. This time it will be machines running society. The mass unemployment is here already as so is the end of all work through the fourth great industrial revolution. This industrial revolution will be leaving no room for humans unless they are the ones benefiting from such major event.


The Current State of Labor

The first misrepresentation that you will hear when turning the TV tube on is that the U.S. government, or any other, care for the people, the workers or the ninety nine percent. Time after time all we see is the workers been given the short end of the stick in what pertains to labor or even any type of safety net protections. Since the socioeconomic paradigm is one of global proportions then it is only a matter of time until all workers are certified slaves as Jobs are sent from one place to another in order to save on labor costs. Economic treaties are just forms of creating more job migrations and simultaneously use tariffs or international law to provide a shield from taxation. Corporations also make use of tax heavens to stash cash in banks overseas avoiding taxation while hording progress since all the money in the universe is never enough for a supply side economics fanatic. Since money is not circulating as it is not been invested then jobs are never created to the point they should. One more reason for the monetary system to be put to rest for ever, because of its absolute obsolesce. The one percent oligarchy cares not as that is the workers who made their wealth possible problem not their own. Not one good deed goes unpunished under a hierarchic structure and today’s abundant serfdom. Automation is now eliminating jobs much faster that they could be created assuming than anyone was actually doing so. About thirty eight million green jobs went to Asia, China and India mainly, since the current oligarch, the apprentice in chief, does not believe in science or in preserving the planet where he lives. Fossil fuels jobs will continue to be promoted in the U.S. even though they had never existed and we already have three major sources of renewables which can provide more than all of the energy that is needed, solar, wind and thermal. Let’s always remember who killed the planet before the interstellar ships are built to save the oligarchs, by moving them to Mars or elsewhere in the universe, so they can escape from their own capricious actions. Hierarchical impunity is here displayed at its best.


The Current Risk of Life Extinction

In the early eighties, brute president Ronald Regan removed solar panels from the white house. The excuse at the time it was that solar panels interfered with communications. It was also argued by Reagan’s administration that the solar panels made the white house appear less presidential and presented the place like a tree huger hippies’ house. The panels had been placed there by the Carter administration as a reminder of the necessity to become less dependent from oil from overseas as well as the consideration of using a renewable form of energy which did not harm the planet. Ronald Reagan being the hierarchically inclined backwards president simply ignored all warnings. According to Yale Journalist Elizabeth Kolbert’s book on the Sixth Mass Extinction, we are now in the middle of facing a modern, caused by man, extinction. The vast majority of the extinction is being caused by what Kolbert describes as the use of obsolete forms of energy such as fossil fuels. In the book, Elizabeth Kolbert accounts for prior mass extinctions as well as links them to the fast-tracked, pervasive extinctions taking place during our present period. Kolbert also defines explicitly the species extinguished by humans in our life time as well as the bionetworks surrounding prehistoric and near-present extinction occasions.

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The Reluctant System will not Let Go

The massive system dysfunction is not only a constant that has become normalized but it has also become the gold standard. Our mass delusion speaks for itself when alleged autonomous individual call for leadership while praising it in a world without individuals with autonomy. The system sets itself up for the need of paternalistic and authoritarian rulers. When our society speaks of needs, it focuses on the needs of those who have it all already instead of the needs of the have nots. Our society exists not to serve the majority but to please the capricious tantrums of a few oligarchs. Human needs can and should be the main reason for the societal infrastructure; instead, our social structures exist for the wellbeing of everything and everyone except the majority of people, the same people making all wealth possible. Due to the fact that the hierarchical model causes a great deal of impunity; the upper strata can fully disregard the needs of the lower strata. Living without repercussions is a good way to be “free” from having to respond or explain decisions as well as justifications for the bigotry the system displays without even facing consequences. The system has the luxury of remaining static and immune to change, actual and real change which would lead to improvements or even accountability. This reluctance to engage others in the decision making, along with having to respond to others for decisions made, is what makes the hierarchical order obsolete and anti-democratic.


Having to respond for one’s choices is what leads to accountability and if all decisions are glorified and considered beyond inquiry then despotism and tyranny quickly settles within the societal order. The lack of accountability has become a constant in our society to the point of becoming normalized and understood as Kosher. The system perpetuates itself as it is accountable to no one like a capricious spoiled child having a tantrum. It insults the upper strata, full of oligarchs, to have to respond or be accountable to those who are viewed as inferior or subordinates within the hierarchical order.


The Current State of Resources

If there was a planetary auditing regarding management of resources our earth parasitic oligarchy would win the trophy for the highest dysfunction. Presently, every child birth, every new arrival, comes to a planet full of resources for survival; so every time a child is born, the new arrival becomes self-aware to a world full of resources yet the access to this resources is rationed as if there were no resources at all. Human being must pay to just have the right to exist over the earth of their birth, if there was a mind job perhaps this is it. As expected under a hierarchical system, the rationing of resources never affects the upper strata as scarcity and access are both aimed at usurping the power of the majority of the people. Access to these resources is only possible through a monetary system which is controlled and manipulated by a parasitic oligarchy stratum above all others. This is earth’s parade of elephants in the room, the obvious that all beings are reluctant to acknowledge as the problem: The hierarchies within a world of imperfect mortals. So, the resources have always been there yet these resources are used as bargaining chips for the manipulation and coercion of the population. Obedience is not intrinsic to the naturally autonomous human being, so the autonomy must be stripped and what a better way to strip autonomy than to remove and sequester the primary reinforces for life, food, shelter, even sex is highly regulated. The sequestration of these primary reinforces that sustain human life is done in a manner that appears normal as it is linked to justice and fairness in a world that has neither. More often than not even the divine right of rulers is asserted followed by the endless wars, endless labor exploitation, and endless scarcity even in the face of an all abundant resources planet. The failures in the system are purposely perpetuated in order to ignore or undermined any potential solutions. Our planet is still dependent on fossil fuels despite over 180 years of solar panels and electric vehicles. The oligarchs worry not about the destruction of the earth as responsibilities for one’s actions and decisions is not something they have ever had to face. This is the same manner in which all profit is privatized at the expense of the whole through socialized debt; the Privatized glory of the oligarchs at the expense of socialized repercussions, the destruction of a perfectly functional planet placed in mayhem by the hierarchical order that be, the parade of elephants in the room.


A Rich Environment Full of People Living in Scarcity

The fact is that the vast majority of human beings in the world live in areas of abundance of resources; these vast majority of beings over the earth simultaneously live under extreme scarcity of resources. One manner engaged by the parasitic system to hoard resources is the monetary system which creates an unfair redistribution of wealth from the beginning of its implementation. The monetary system is a fraud from its inception and it relies on either the imaginary value of fiat money or the inflation within the economic system or the devaluation of the monetary delusion in the form of a fiat currency. For most laypeople the monetary system is a necessary evil yet they fail to see that the only thing that is truth about the monetary system is that it is anything but necessary. Products were created and shared over the planet without the need to exchange precious metals or currency of any kind before the European hierarchical expansions over the earth. Furthermore, products can be generated without attaching any monetary value as the earth resources belong to the organisms living in the areas where the products are generated. The need for fiat make believe pieces of paper, which are meaningless in a real human natural catastrophe, as these cannot do anything except to serve as a manipulator of resources making them scarce by the intentional lack of currency in circulation. Humanity lives under a spell, a delusion, that the money being fabricated at will at a printing press somewhere and without even the backing of a precious metal has any value. Humans live and die due to a figment of their imagination, a delusion making the pathological human hierarchies pale in comparison. Scarcity is not only created by the hierarchical system but it is also socially perpetuated by the same system when even hierarchies can be created based on a delusion, such as currency in any monetary system. If you wish to expand this concept and understand it thoroughly then follow the video link here.


The Issue of Supply and Demand

The easiest way to assess the amount of supply necessary to satisfy a good or service needed is to look at the demand of the same good or service. Because the idea is to create scarcity and limit product acquisition so the good and services prices can be manipulated, then microeconomics has deviated the definition of supply and demand to mean something else. Under microeconomics, supply and demand are simply factors to help determine the market price of a product. The present microeconomics approach states that in a necessary (actual unnecessary) market of competition for a goods or services will dictate the price of the good or service in question, or other traded item such as labor or liquid financial assets, will vary until it stabilizes at a point where the quantity demanded, at the present monopolized and manipulated price, will equal the quantity supplied, at the present price, resulting in an economic equilibrium for price and quantity handled. In the real world of economics, products and services can be manufactured, created and delivered, based on demand without having to sacrifice dealing with scarcity or even monopolies which repress the access to the product and other manipulative actions in order to increase either price or demand.


Yes, but Shouldn’t People Pay to Exist?

The for profit apparatus wants those who are not even making ends meet, the workers producing all wealth, to pay for just existing over the planet. Not only are workers the ones who have always produced all wealth for the parasitic oligarchy but they are also failing to even make a living wage but they must also pay for having the right to exist and for being given the great opportunity to finance the lavish parasitic life style of the oligarch’s class. But organisms were never meant to have to pay for anything as their existence does not require payment in nature much less competition for resources as there are plenty of resources. However, like in any hierarchical system, resources are horded and deprived to mass access so they can simultaneously be used for mass control therefore resources are no longer plenty, at least not in actual reality. So organisms no longer have access to all they need to survive in their environment despite that this is guaranteed by nature. The artificial reality, built by the main stream media, has manufactured mass consent just to guarantee that only a few can have power over the majority by being the controllers of these resources. The masses must pay and they must pay with fiat imaginary surreal money to make it more of a travesty of existence if there was one. The delicate balance created by environmental homeostasis is broken as the upper strata is immune from the effects of their despotic behavior the same manner in which they have full impunity in a world that claims equal protection under fiat laws. Fiat laws that are only used to prosecute the poor and middle classes for failing to be part of the unjust world designed for the 1% stratum’s benefit alone.


Paying for Having Just the Right to Exist

The earth provides all resources necessary as well as in abundance for all organisms to find homeostasis as happiness and beyond mere survival. The current system fails to even meet the survival portion much less a happy existence for any organism in the lower strata. The artificial powers that rule the planet today have taken, hoarded, these resources in order to mass control the population into submission to authority. All resources become scarce to an extend that the only way to access these resources can be trading resources for obedience via a monetary system or other hierarchical means.  The system imposes scarcity forcing obedience instead of abundance, the same abundance which would lead to autonomy, freedom. All other organism become deprived from resources as well since the full lack of accountability by the corporate masters leads to the pollution of the earth making these resources even less available along with an uninhabited environment due to pollution. Whenever you hear about the sixth mass extinction period that we have already entered you must keep in mind that the Human species is amongst the organisms which may not survive or barely survives in a century from now. You must not forget to thank the for profit oligarchy and the hierarchical system for this extinction. Humans are the only organisms which are unable to shed the fallacy of superiority and inferiority created amongst the lesser mortals. It is indeed a world upside down where bigotry, tyranny and despotism rule each day under the facade of being freedom. The artificial reality created to continue to maintain the parasitic class above and in power has led to today’s world and the masses want more of it as this is the consent which has been manufactured in them since the days of Edward Bernays’ Propaganda in the early 20th century. Although very little is actually discussed anywhere in Trump’s mass media regarding the broken balance in the environment, the ecosystem. In fact, the persons appointed will create more of a problem as there is more aim at polluting, pillage and plunder. The 1% does rejoices and the masochists in the ill inform masses cheer the events that will lead to their extinction, so what is wrong with hierarchical systems?


The Hierarchy of a Delusion: The Monetary System

Capitalism is by far the largest assembled hierarchic order in our society. The division between rich and poor under capitalism is quite alarming these days to the point that the first eight richest persons own more wealth than half of the entire planet. The monetary system is in great part involved with the greatest inequality this planet has ever seen. Not all human wealth involves the monetary system yet the monetary system is the main tool for the enslaving of humanity and mainly of those who work for a living, the labor strata or class, the lower casts. We must take into consideration that humans are the only organisms who must pay to just have the right to exist over the earth. Without money, fiat monopoly money, human beings simply cannot pay to acquire a roof over their heads and a hot meal on their tables. The monetary system is a delusion real enough to kill anyone who fails to acquire it. Money is never acquired because of working effort or because of ingenuity or because of any other reason than being given access to its acquisition via slave labor or corporate welfare of some sort. To make this monetary delusion a little more real there is even a great effort to make sure that money itself cannot be forfeited or falsified in any fashion, Listen: Like Magic: The Tech That Goes Into Making Money Harder To Fake. Our mentally ill humanity now wants to make sure that the delusion is more real than ever before; or At least while humanity continues to live under the burden of despots and bigots in the most tragic of all acts, the hierarchical order itself.


Basic Income: The Temporary Patch.

The hierarchical model produces an inevitable set of inequalities which are inherent to its structure. Unlike our primitive anarchical world and societies, our present society is a hierarchical pyramidal structure based on exploitation, despotism and tyranny despite external appearances. Anarchical societies are horizontal in rule and are by nature egalitarian. A truly fair and just world that were inclusive of all human beings, one which allowed for individual equal and egalitarian participation, will never need patches or remedies for social justice. The reason why we need them it is because of the extreme labor exploitation and class divisions which foment inequalities to the extent of becoming pathologies. In recent years, an old idea called UBI or Universal Basic Income has been flooding the web news. This idea was already proposed in the 1960’s and even before during the declaration of the Human Rights by the United Nations. This basic income is like any other patch, a temporary fix which will be soon outlived by the dysfunction it attempts to address, such as food stamps or unemployment insurance. This basic income can and should be a transitional tool to move forward to a world where workers will be fully replaced by machines. Our world is one full of resources which cannot be accessed unless monetary financial means are possessed or available to the individual attempting to access them. Human beings are the only creatures who must pay to just have the right to exist over the earth full and abundant of resources and let this be the biggest pathology in the history of humanity.


Professor Noam Chomsky argues regarding inequality in the U.S. today: “…On inequality, it was low (by comparative standards) during the period of regulated capitalism — the final era of “great compression” of income as it is sometimes called. Inequality began to increase rapidly with the advent of the neoliberal era, not only in the US, though the US is extreme among developed societies. During the tepid recovery from the Great Recession of 2008, virtually all gains went to the top few percent, mostly 1 percent or a fraction thereof. “For the United States overall, the top 1 percent captured 85.1 percent of total income growth between 2009 and 2013,” an Economic Policy Institute Study revealed. “In 2013 the top 1 percent of families nationally made 25.3 times as much as the bottom 99 percent.” And so, it continues. The latest Federal Reserve studies show that “The share of income received by the top 1 percent of families rose to 23.8 percent in 2016, up from 20.3 percent in 2013. The share of the bottom 90 percent of the distribution fell to 49.7 percent, the lowest on record in the survey’s history.” Other figures are grotesque. Thus, “Average wealth holdings for white families in 2016 were about $933,700, compared with $191,200 for Hispanic families and $138,200 for black families,” a product of deep-rooted racism exacerbating the neoliberal assault…”

Meanwhile Paul Street, History professor and Truth-dig Contributor  also argues that: “…The neoliberal, arch-capitalist era we inhabit is chock-full of statistics and stories that ought to send chills down the spines of any caring, morally sentient human. Nearly three-fourths (71 percent) of the world’s population is poor, living on $10 a day or less, and 11 percent (767 million people, including 385 million children) live in what the World Bank calls “extreme poverty” (less than a $1.90 a day). Meanwhile, Oxfam reliably reports that, surreal as it sounds, the world’s eight richest people possess among themselves as much wealth as the poorest half of the entire human race.

The United States, self-described homeland and headquarters of freedom and democracy, is no exception to the harshly unequal global reality. Six of the world’s eight most absurdly rich people are U.S. citizens: Bill Gates (whose net worth of $426 billion equals the wealth of 3.6 billion people), Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway), Jeff Bezos (Amazon), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Larry Ellison (Oracle) and Michael Bloomberg (former mayor of New York City). As Bernie Sanders said repeatedly on the campaign trail in 2016, the top 10th of the upper 1 percent in the U.S. has nearly as much wealth as the nation’s bottom 90 percent. Seven heirs of the Walton family’s Walmart fortune have among them a net worth equal to that of the nation’s poorest 40 percent. Half the U.S. population is poor or near-poor, and half lacks any savings.

Just over a fifth of the nation’s children, including more than a third of black and Native American children, live below the federal government’s notoriously inadequate poverty level, while parasitic financiers and other capitalist overlords enjoy unimaginable hyper-opulence. One in seven U.S. citizens relies on food banks in “the world’s richest country.” Many of them are in families with full-time wage-earners—a reflection of the fact that wages have stagnated even as U.S. labor productivity consistently has risen for more than four decades….”


Humans with Humanity: The Only Path

For starters there is a clear lack of recognition for those who are indeed the heart of human progress and these are the workers. Without workers the world would have ever reached advances not even building the first machines which will replace human labor. Our society measures human progress by the speed caviar gets delivered to the oligarchs mansions. Society can only measure progress and well-being by the well-being of the whole not a few parasites above. The most undermined element in society is the human labor that has made all fortunes and all progress possible; instead it is said that billionaires make the progress because of the tight control of means of production our slave society has. Progress could had been exponentially greater if workers had had democracy at the work place and were able to make all the decisions regarding what is produced and how it is produced, after all workers are the same consumers with a middle parasite in between, the oligarchy. It has never been about ingenuity as geniuses care not for wealth, at least not true genius. It is all about the manipulation and obsessive control of the means of production by the oligarchs to mass force the workers from autonomy into obedience. Our world can and would be one million years more advanced in all areas of science had the workers and society as a whole collaborated in every area of society by measuring what works and what doesn’t and what must stay and go in what pertains to daily life human policy to the allocation of all human and earth resources. Instead we have a parasitic oligarchic class calling the shots that only humans as a whole can and must.


This discussion of the long lasting solution must begin with the concept and the question of what makes a human being free. Since human beings arrived, are born, to a world full of resources then such basic resources must be made fully available and without ifs or buts to all humans if they are said to be free. These resources are mainly primary reinforcers and the reason why they can and should be available goes beyond the argument that: “…The strongest is never strong enough to be always the master, unless he transforms strength into right and obedience into duty…” Jean Jacques Rousseau, the Social Contract, 1762. Our society must take a leap and consider human needs to supersede the needs of the parasitic oligarchy in control of, the hoarding of society’s wealth, and the means of production. The well-being of the majority can indeed supersede the well-being of a few individuals. The majority we refer to is most individuals. Today, it seems that all that is done in society is aimed at profit making and never to the satisfaction of human needs but instead the satisfaction of corporate greed.


When a human need lives with needs then this human being becomes quite vulnerable to be exploited and abuse in all areas. Choice is only an illusion if it is the byproduct of advertising, marketing of just a slogan. True freedom must be tangible and must face the challenges it engages by not succumbing to them. Beggars can never be choosers and if humans are to be free then the first liberation must come from the system controlled by the oligarchy. Humans must be able to choose without duress and coercion.


Each human being must be guaranteed a comfortable roof over their heads, a decent meal, human healthcare, a high quality education and a basic income equal to a livable wage from the day they are born to the day they die, from the cradle to the grave.

Article 25.
(1) Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of oneself and of one’s family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
(2) Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.



Universal Declaration of Human Rights