I keep watching & reading ideas like this & they all sound like amazing ideas, but they’re all ones which aren’t going to work if they’re tried to be implemented immediately. Many people of the current world just wouldn’t understand or want to change from what they’re used to, even if it was for the better. It’s human psychology for the human brain to fight to keep itself in the comfort zone, hence the hard work going on a diet or giving up smoking even when you know it’s better for you.
Instead, I think the answer lies in reserving a place in the world where a community & culture can be started & tested before being introduced to the rest of the world. Then the children of this community won’t know any different from how they’re taught and would practice peace & reservation of the planet as human nature to them.
Our economically run rulers would have us believe this would be some form of devolution. But imagine a primal-like tribe with our education, medicine (as a slight digression, we may even find ourselves using a lot less western medicine if there’s no profit made on it), and technology running on sustainable power.
Think a community like on ‘The Beach’ that slowly feeds out successful ideas of community and culture of the future to the rest of the world, which can easily be implemented because they’ve already been tested to work. That sounds like how we should be taking down capitalism and we should all be fighting to make it happen and then continue fighting when the time comes to stop using the monetary system and changing the world altogether.
If people of the world were completely equal as suggested in the Zeitgeist movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w), I wonder whether there is enough room in the world for everybody to live happily with sufficient space (considering greed wasn’t an option and you were given exactly sufficient space needed). I also wondered how weather comes into it… Who would get to live in the more comfortable areas of the world? Would it be based on existing culture? Then wouldn’t many people in the world still be under great threat from severe weather conditions and would that be counted as being equal to those in the world who aren’t under threat from weather? What if those under threat wanted to move somewhere that wasn’t and there was no room. Could they argue that they’re being treated unfairly compared to those who aren’t under threat from weather conditions?
I fucking love those ‘10 minute bangers’ where you sit down to a track, start making it and within 10 minutes all of the ideas are streaming in! You hear all of the clashes, harmonics merging, atmosphere and sense of space even before you’ve laid anything sufficient down. So, all you have to do is follow the energy coming from you to create the finished product. Sometime spontaneous inspiration is questionable as is destiny itself. Are we consciously able to control what we do really? Or are we just following an already written path?