To advocate for abolishing money is to willingly be viewed as naïve at best or a fool at worst. The thought first occurred to me around 1990 when I envisioned an 'alien' from another planet observing the Earth, seeing that we possessed all the necessary resources, infrastructure, distribution systems, etc., to be able to feed, clothe and provide housing for all people, and yet, this observing 'alien' would also see widespread malnutrition, poverty, crime and homelessness, while observing that some people lived in luxurious homes, had the finest foods, clothes, homes, cars, and boats. Surely, I thought, what must that 'alien' think? Why is there so much widespread suffering while others live luxuriously and extravagantly? For me, we have the ability to change this world so that all people share much more equitably in this earth's bounty. It will take the best minds to determine the methods and assist the transition, but hopefully it will start with the kind of people that are here.
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