Day 184: Equal Money Capitalism Ends WAR through PREVENTION

Prevent Consequence


In this blog, I’m now going to be walking a series on war that will go into detail about the various aspects of War. War, is a problem. Actually, it is a whole lot of problems all rolled into one. And there is no Real benefit from War, there is only the Monetary benefit to a few individuals who profit from the Big Business that is War.

War is not something that could normally be justified. It is not something that the Human would naturally do, without the intervention of various methods of Psychological manipulation. Starting from practically the moment a child enters this world, begins their education into ‘how to be a human being’ and how to conduct oneself in this world and reality.

Here are a couple of very relevant quotes:

A child come into this world and follow instructions --unfortunately the instructors do not instruct what is best for all and thus the child become what they are taught -- unable to be part of one body of life as equals -- thus--it is important to first unconditionally unlearn what has been accepted as reality to be able to recreate self to what is best for reality -- that is how one become one and equal with what is real as only what is best is real -- there will never be leaders or anyone to be followed --only instructions to build inner structure with. - Bernard Poolman

Information control and rewriting history to a NEW MEMORY to create NEW CHARACTERS in society that OBEY, is everything in the game to have Monopoly control --This extended to all facets of society--family, education, church, psychology,economic --so that NOTHING provided as information can be trusted and NO ONE is in fact able to trust their own thoughts as they have been IMPLANTED -- study the solution if you can hear me and not react to me in fear as you have been programmed to do - in this realize that All Feelings and ALL emotions are Engineered FEAR -- thus Consciousness is the Bubble of Fear that acts as the Energy Prison - Bernard Poolman

Here are some essential documentaries for you to make the time to watch to get an understanding of human nature to firstly even understand how something so Ill-Logical as War can be accepted even to this day, which stands as proof that humanity has not ever really evolved.

The Century of the Self

“The Century of the Self is a British television documentary series by Adam Curtis. It focuses on how the work of Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, and Edward Bernays influenced the way corporations and governments have analyzed,‭ dealt with, and controlled ‬people.” 

This documentary explains and shows how psychological manipulation of desires and fears has been utilized to manipulation and control society that shows how we’ve been implanted with ideas and beliefs that effect our behaviour and what we accept and allow as Our Reality.

Human Resources: Social Engineering In The 20th Century

“Brilliant…Riveting…The amount of material the filmmaker covers and unifies is astounding…Human Resources diagnoses the 20th century.” - Stephen Soldz, Professor, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis; President, Psychologists for Social Responsibility

This documentary shows the experimentations that were done which show that we are not born with fear but that it is learned as a conditioned behavior, and how this has been utilized for manipulation and to breed separation and hate for the purpose of keeping us from working together to actually change our economic system and stop the abuse of life, and which forms the justification for us to actually accept going to war against each other. When war never leads to an actual solution, to actual real lasting effective change where we can live in a world in harmony with each other, but simply leads to more hate and war, which those who profit off of war are quite fine with. Yet everyone else suffers the loss of quality of life in uncountable ways, including actual loss of life. Let’s look at some of the main ways that war ruins life.

The Power Principle

“A gripping, deeply informative account of the plunder, hypocrisy, and mass violence of plutocracy and empire; insightful, historically grounded and highly relevant to the events of today.This documentary is about the foreign policy of the United States. It demonstrates the importance of the political economy, the Mafia principle, propaganda, ideology, violence and force.

It documents and explains how the policy is based on the interest of major corporations and a tiny elite to increase profits and the United States governments own interests in maintaining and expanding it’s imperialistic influence.

Inside the United States this has been made possible with a propaganda of fear for the horrible enemies like the Soviet Union, Communists and so on and a love for “free markets”, “democracy”, “freedom” and so on.Externally (and increasingly internally) this has caused massive poverty and suffering, genocide, war, coups, crushed unions and popular movements and environmental destruction.”


“Psywar explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the elitist theory of democracy; and the relationship between war, propaganda, and class”.

The Trap documentary series

This series consists of three one-hour programmes which explore the concept and definition of freedom, specifically, "how a simplistic model of human beings as self-seeking, almost robotic, creatures led to today's idea of freedom."

Now that you are up to speed on how it is we’ve come to accept war, that it’s not a natural expression of humanity, it had to be indoctrinated through psychological manipulation, and that the real purpose of it is for a few to make money and profit from it, we’ll now look at some of the main problems that come from war, in a list that is by no means exhaustive, and if you can see more problems not listed here, please share them in a comment to this post, as it may be featured in a future post as we will be looking into many of the numerous problems related to war in blogs to come.


Human Casualties


One of the most obvious points about wars – people get injured and killed. Not only Soldiers fighting in the war, but Civilians as well including children and elderly. People are maimed and suffer all kinds of harmful conditions, from all variety of weapons – explosive, projectile, incendiary, blades, blunt objects, chemicals, rape, etc. This is obviously not the kind of experiences that anyone would want to go through, and thus should not be done to anyone – no exceptions, as the point is only to cause physical harm and damage.

Overburdened Medical System


It also cause a lot of effort that takes place in the attempt to care for all the wounded and dying, and thus puts a massive strain on our medical systems which do not normally handle sudden massive influxes of wounded with all variety of conditions/injuries.



In places where there is a lack of sufficient care for the dead and wounded, in terms of dealing with mass amounts of dead bodies and wounded individuals, all kinds of disease and virus can spring up, causing a whole other host of problems to deal with. Poorer regions are particularly susceptible to this. Not to mention the usage of biological warfare.

Psychological Disorder


There is also the psychological effects of going through a war experience such as PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Then there is also the aspect of Child Soldiers as children that are forced to take part in killing, who suffer psychological effects. I mean, war and killing does not make any sense. It’s obvious common sense that no one wants to go through the atrocities of war, and if one thinks they ‘do like war’, this is an indication of serious brainwashing, where one’s imagination has been captured through the impulsing of war as ‘fun’ and ‘entertaining’ and ‘exciting’ and has no ability to reason in a rational way, just as we’ve seen within the above documentaries, where one becomes programmed to have a positive reaction to violence, which is not a normal tendency but has to be conditioned in through repetition of connecting a positive experience toward violence. This is typically one who has not gone through an actual war experience, but only has an idea of it through, for example, video games or movies and stories that glorify war and being a soldier, and where when faced with reality, find out it is not so cool. It is really only when faced with a threat to one’s survival or the survival of one’s family, that one is driven to participate in war, and thus why our economic system plays a vital role in how individuals are even able to be convinced to kill each other – because it is their job as source of income with which to survive and provide for their families. If the threat of survival were not there, many would not make the choice to go to war - why take such a ridiculous risk if you didn’t have to.

Destruction of the Environment


The use of all kinds of weaponry does vast damage to the environment, such as toxic chemical warfare which doesn’t get properly cleaned up, even unused chemicals that don’t get properly disposed of, the effects of nuclear weaponry, and even just simply blowing things up. All this wreaks extensive damage to our environment/ecosystem, which is what supports us to live, and as such to destroy our ecosystem is to destroy ourselves. And all these things are still causing damage to this day, for example, there are still people being blown up by landmines leftover from where a battle had taken place, and mustard gas is still found inside trees that are cut down in forests where the gas was used during battle, and not to mention testing of nuclear bombs which has left devastating effects. All this destruction also displaces, destroys, and even causes mutation in animals and plants, which puts further pressure on our ecosystem.

Technology & Engineering


We’re spending our time developing all number of technological devices, weapons, vehicles, drones, all for the sake of war, instead of putting this effort and expertize into technology that can assist humanity, with for example providing clean drinking water to all, provided electricity to all, internet access to all so that everyone has equal access to information, automating jobs that are unpleasant for humans to do and eliminating harmful jobs by providing the best equipment to get jobs done, and developing alternative and sustainable ways of utilizing the earth’s resources, especially by developing alternatives to fossil fuels which are a finite resource that we utilize in almost everything we produce and consume on a regular basis – that should be one of the foremost priorities within technology today, not developing weapons to kill people.

Starvation & Lack of Necessities


The destruction of crops and the blocking of trade routes prevent areas from getting the necessary resources to live. Sometimes water supplies and electrical supplies will be purposefully cut off to regions, resulting in much suffering

Fighting over resources, but not because there isn’t enough – because we’re not effectively sharing it with all who need it, and taking measures to ensure all have it. There are wars fought over water – can we provide everyone with enough water? Yes. There are wars over energy – can we provide everyone with enough energy? Yes. There are wars over food – can we provide everyone with enough food? Yes. The problem, and why it seem like there is not enough, is because much of what we produce is being used up in our consumerism based system, where massive amounts of what we produce is thrown away even before it used, and much of what we do use, is only used briefly before it is then thrown away as well, while the recycling that we do is only a teeny tiny fraction of what we consume, thus we are squandering the resources we have like a glutton who is eating so fast he can’t even get all the food in his mouth and it is spilling out the sides, and then making sure that whatever falls out is destroyed so no one else can have it as you can’t sell it and make a profit.

These are just some of the prominent problems caused by War, and as I mentioned earlier, if you notice more, add them in a comment below.


Change our Starting Point


The Solution to End War, is actually rather profoundly simple, that it is hard to believe. Hard to believe that with such a simple solution, we would still be allowing war to take place, when it cause such extensive suffering and effects all aspects of our lives. Yet the implementation will be less simple. The solution is to change our starting point from self interest, where we’re only looking out for me, mine, my own, my group, my religion, my country, my friends, my family, as when we are not considering everyone here equally, we are leaving some out of the equation, and that creates a condition of ‘force’ where we force each other to have to ‘fend for ourselves’ and essentially become each other’s enemy, instead of simply practically all working together, just like the cells in a properly functioning physical body. If the cells in your body were to develop hatred toward each other and stop cooperating and start fighting, the body no longer functions and would die.

As we’ve seen in those documentaries above, the reasons that we’ve come to accept and justify war were implanted, enmity was created and fear tactics utilized to control our psychological state, to apply a particular Psyche Logic that would make us go to War for the Profit of a few, under the justification of the apparent ‘need’ to control humanity for the benefit of all – yet it obviously has not benefited all, you can follow the money to see it has landed in only a few’s pockets while the rest are Left Out.

So fundamentally we require to change from 'survival mode', as there really is no threat anymore to our survival, except ourselves. We possess all the resources and technology to all live in harmony, so it is simply these points of accepted separation that we're holding onto, that's keeping us fighting each other for our survival.

YET, this is Likely to Never Happen as long as we have an economic system that puts us in a FORCED position of Fighting For Survival as Lack is purposefully induced for the sake of driving up demand to make more profits,. Poverty is allowed because there is no Profit in Ending it. And so if you don't have Money, you Have Less, and you are going to do what it takes to Get What you Need. Thus we necessitate fighting each other, and therefore distrust and hatred and violence, as those in lack which are Not PROVIDED For like those who Are supported by the system, must then TAKE what they need. So we are literally Forcing Our own Hand within our current economic system.

Thus what brings us to the next point, that is really the priority point -

Correcting the Economic System

The Key to End War, id to Prevent it, which means to stop Forcing us into the position of having to Fight and Take from each other, by simply Giving to Everyone what is Needed. When we Ensure that all of life including our ecosystem as nature and the animals, is properly cared for – there is nothing to fight over. This means changing the way we value money in the current system, from where currently we allow the value to be manipulated for the sake of profiting off of other’s labor, and changing to instead have the value of money reflect the value of life, so Life become what is Valued, and money actually become the tool that it was meant to be – to facilitate the effective distribution of resources of the Earth to all.

Thus the initiation of Equal Money Capitalism, in which we are correcting Capitalism where it is found to not be effectively supporting Life, so that it in fact functions as a system that cares for all, instead of supporting only a few while exploiting the rest of humanity and causing world-wide suffering and destruction. As we go into more detail of the various aspects of War in posts to come, so too will we cover in more detail, the solutions to be applied for each particular condition.

Equal Money Capitalism


What would be the rewards of living in world without war?

Technology used only for the Benefit of life

No More Human Casualties

No More Polluting and Destruction of the Environment

No More having KILLING being a way to make a LIVING

No More Disease and Psychological Disorders from War

No Fear of War Happening

Peace of Mind Living in a world where War does not Exist

In posts to come, we will take a more in-depth look at the points listed here, in terms of getting into the nitty-gritty the Problems caused by war, the specific Solutions to apply, and the Rewards we stand to gain, which is nothing short of Heaven on Earth. So we’ll get into just what that means – stay tuned for more on WAR.

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    1. Thanks for posting this, Kelly, very informative with all the tools to broaden our current scope of reality.

      According to what you mentioned, I would add addictions wherein people from the place that is being the target of war use drugs as a way to cope with the starvation/ lack of money/ poverty conditions, as well as a way to cope with depression when people are seeing their family die as such human casualties.

      And on the side of the military/army, they too get hooked on drugs wherein it is known that their addiction mostly remains active while on combat - here's an article on this:

      And here's a blog I wrote on the specific case of Child addicts in Afghanistan

      Thanks for contributing to our education.

      1. Yes, cool point. That is definitely another outflow/consequence aspect of War using drugs as a coping mechanism to try to deal with such an experience that is really unacceptable. Thanks for sharing.

    2. Anonymous6:16 AM

      very cool post! thanks Kelly!