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That's not how to end the NWO, THIS is.

(Disclaimer: I'm personally working on some of these but am not fundraising here.)

The Common Problem
I do not see it as a possible solution one bit to awaken the masses and call for them to rally behind any solution. The only solutions that will work are the ones which can be implemented by much smaller groups. If around 10% or less could make a significant change in one area by themselves, then that has a shot at both it's goals and waking up more people. However, if we rely on big strategies that take 51% or 80% or whatever, we are doomed.

Most solutions generally focus on telling people to compromise something to do the right thing and the result will be bliss. Maybe ignorant bliss. There's no way simply telling people to do the right thing will work. As I detailed out in another comment, in all those battles, we can gain all we want, but the other side is gaining upwards of 7,000 people each day. Every day. (This is the attrition number of our population entering and leaving each stage of life.)

The other aspect is that people will not compromise until they see the whites of their captor's eyes behind the sights of a rifle. They currently live in a world where they KNOW that all things have been tried before, with no success, so why try. If you want them to do the right thing, you must find a way to give them incentives that appeal to them right now. Ask yourselves how to get lots of people to do a specific change while competing with the existing materialist market that they live in.

For example... Take the GMO / HFCS / Pharma / Chemtrail / Fluoride / Food Shortage front. We know the solution is to get people to eat locally grown, organic foods. We know this leads to locally grown meats and dairy. We know that by doing this they not only increase their own health and self sufficiency but it decreases TPTB power in this industry. If only there was a way to make gardening viral?

If this is the scenario, which I believe it is, then why not create a very attractive solution that has so much appeal it just might go viral? Why not produce a solution which removes the big hassles and regulations of gardening and replaces it with saving enough money to excite people. Why not sell them a fully automated garden in a box?

They could simply plug it in, add seeds and return to harvest foods like vegetables and fish. We could even include solar to plug it in to.

It's hard to argue that if we could provide such a magic box at a low price that people wouldn't be falling over each other to get one. At first, only the hard-core preppers and activist types would be onboard. After they mentioned how much money they were saving and how many benefits they now had to their neighbors, more people would be buying one. As this progresses, hopefully at some exponential rate, the related industries will lose much of their control.

But we're still stuck with producing such a box. Well, that's where there's good news. In every area that you can find a set of problems, there has been created such a solution. I've tracked these exact type of solutions now for over 2 years and I cannot find one problem that hasn't already been solved. More on them later.

So why aren't they taking off? Because solutions like this get, not support from investors, they get manipulated towards going bankrupt. Time after time, these innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs get involved with some investor that takes control of their business and "helps to commercialize" it. This never ends well for someone trying to provide a comprehensive solution at a low cost to out-compete an entire industry. Think of it like the cold fusion black box looking for funding from a bank that holds stock in oil. It's not only not going to happen. It's going to get co-opted into oblivion.

Our job, now is to get these people the support and funding they need to get on their feet. Most often, it isn't even that much. We just have to remember that they are producing these solutions on their own dime while trying to survive the same family struggles that the rest are wrestling with.

Let's briefly investigate some of the problems and the solutions trying to make it to market. I'm doing the first two, so I'll start there to give an idea of why progress is stagnant with them and others' technologies.

Self Contained Aquaponics In A Box
The food solution I mentioned above is pretty easy. I have not 'found' a perfect solution out there so I was forced to create my own. As I see it, the solution is a grow wheel that rotates plants through vertical space, above a fish tank with a compost bin attached and all runs automated, from purified water that's generated from the air, lit by efficient LED grow lights, powered by solar and that has a fully closed life-cycle. It is not ready for prime time, but it certainly is compact, self sufficient, out of the chemtrail/GMO air (it's designed for indoors) and works nicely. I've got most of that working (rebuilding it again now) but it still needs some external fish food. Maybe chickens or more duckweed should be added but that would take much more space than the 6 foot cube I designed it for. Even the hassles of aquaponics are planned to be solved because I'm building a controller that monitors pH, nitrates/nitrites, ammonia, EC, temp and controls temp, water flow, lighting, and some mineral balancing. Using an Arduino processor, this should be easy but it's still out of my current budget.

Solar Heat Powered Home Energy
About 12 years ago, I designed my first new Stirling engine that breaks the barriers of today's existing engines. Now I have 3 well proven versions that are capable of numerous configurations.

They can be powered from stored heat that's concentrated from the sun or created some other way. They generate either shaft power or direct electricity. And they waste some heat in a controlled area where it can be re-used for heating things like water, homes and heat-driven air conditioners.

If used on a house, I have two mirror configurations that fit well with different home designs. One is a roof array (low profile and nice looking) and the other is a 15' satellite style dish from the 80's. These both have heat storage that can be sized up for many day's worth of energy as well as being topped off by any auxiliary burner.

If used in a car, a suitable fuel can be burned in a very efficient, controlled manner for high density electricity production. This means that you could easily replace a V8 engine and transmission with a Stirling generator, a thermal buffer and an electric motor. This would yield quite a fuel savings, as well as offering multi-fueling capability.

If used on a massive scale in the ocean, it could generate vast amounts of power for around 10% of current costs and provide tons of free waste byproducts of salt and desalinated steam. Steam in this continuous quantity could be piped on-shore and even inland for hundreds of miles before it condensed, providing coastal fresh water that could alleviate them suing inland states for their river water.

I have all the principles proven and most of the parts made. I have very crude looking versions that worked but had this or that bug. What I don't have is a full working model that shows the entire process so people can see it. I've partnered with two different companies for funding and we're making progress but the numbers are now topping 8, 9 and 10 digits. Kind of makes it hard to keep it a low cost solution. :(

Hydrogen Storage
This is the single key to powering cars from a cheap and clean renewable source. It should not be thought of as a source but more like a battery. If you make the hydrogen in your garage from solar (under a thousand dollars), you get half that power available in your car. People think this is bad efficiency but they do not realize that no fossil fuel is higher than about 15% total efficiency when the entire cycle is considered. Some are as low as 3%. The problem is in storing enough energy in a light, small and cheap system.

This is where the guys at www.switch2hydrogen.com have solved our problems. They created a hydride powder that absorbs (like a sponge) hydrogen in what I describe as a condensed state. Placed inside a scuba sized tank, it can hold over 120 miles range for a traditional car and does it under no pressure. They have to induce a little heat to get the H2 to boil out, so it's inherently safe under all accident scenarios. It takes the maximum from 4 such tanks working in parallel to fuel a V8 so there's no danger of any buildup in the system. It is cheap and can be mass produced but requires an element that China has a monopoly over. Recent geo-political events have effectively shut down this progress. I can't help but think that with the right support, this could be brought to market rather fast. Their initial price (pre-politics) was $10k to retrofit an existing car and that even included the solar panels and garage tanks.

Mass (commuting) Transit
There are two very viable solutions available here.

First is www.skytran.net where they have designed a rail that can be hung on power poles to provide individual maglev access to the neighborhood level. This solves the last mile problem (getting to a train station) while providing extremely cheap transportation with no up-front costs to the end user. The system is fully automated, silent, fast and can even be directed through larger buildings such as factories, stadiums, malls and schools. It needs less maintenance than roads do and are cheaper than a two lane road. The beauty of this can be seen in so many areas but to the end user, the biggest one has to be that when you include all stages of the trip (driving, parking, tickets, boarding a plane/train, traffic), this is the fastest way to travel any trip of less than 400 miles.

Unfortunately, the funding game (and the railroad monopoly) has driven them to other countries so unless we step up, we won't see this one for another decade.

Second, with the above 'last hundred mile' solution available, we could pair that with ET3's Evacuated Tube Transport system at http://www.et3.com/ to extend those pod-cars' range internationally. This would be pretty simple to do from the technical standpoint and would increase the 200-250 mph speed limit of the pods to over 4,000 mph for long trips.

Currently, there have been no proposals to marry these two yet but I feel it's inevitable.

Money And Banking
Many here already know of the solutions I'm going to promote here so I'll just list them. When viewed as a group, it's easy to see them displacing entire financial industries from banks to investing to loans and even to insurance.
Dwolla is a payment processor like VISA which charges 25 cents.
Bitcoin is an alternative, anonymous, encrypted digital currency.
Kickstarter and Indiegogo are donation, pre-sales and support sites.
Kiva and Prosper are micro-loan sites, operating peer-to-peer.

There are too many other partial solutions to mention that each fill in some missing piece of this pie. Some may survive and some may not, but the overall direction is clear. Money is rapidly losing it's monopoly over our everyday lives. I'm still waiting for the solutions to crop up that kill's it's monopoly over our economy but I think breaking into the market of worker paychecks would be the death knell.

Communication, Education, Information
The internet has ushered in so many alternatives in these areas that I doubt anyone exists that can give a comprehensive overview. Between sites like Khan Academy and universities offering their courses online for free... between alternative media, petitions and collaborative groups... between the encrypted TOR network and the various mesh internet initiatives... these movements have now transformed into non-controllable forces of their own. There is now no way to shut down the entire internet because it has morphed into something that can survive over Ethernet, fiber, phone backbones, cell phone signals, ham radio, telephone line BBS and if need be, even physically transported flash drives.

Election Accountability
I posted on a solution to this a while back. A solution I believe in is to get one 'change' made in the federal election reporting process. I'm not sure if it's best to push for an amendment or a law or just a regulation change but surely, one of those could be possible with enough public support.

The change would simply be to have the FEC require a standardized format for states to report their results in. By mandating this to be a one-way-hashed code that's publicly available, it means that there are no more transparency issues. Since these codes would not allow personally identifying info to be traced backward to any individual, the entire process would be opened up. It would be fully secure to even allow private entities 'calculate' your vote to be sent to the FEC. This makes it attractive to struggling municipalities because the entire process can be voluntary. People could instantly verify their code was accepted at every level from county and town to state to federal.

Since it does not relate to how states decide to structure their voting, it has no Constitutional roadblocks. It is merely an accounting path that runs parallel to their existing ones. However, the effective result is that the people gain the power to see all errors (and corruption) in the system instantly. You can find the details at: http://www.dailypaul.com/252505/support-the-rules-change-and...

Many more to come...
There are many more solutions in many other areas. A few industries which will soon not be a problem are clean water, desertification, deforestation, landfill and sewage waste, marine depletion, cancer / autism, over population and many (not all!!!) rare element shortages. I could list them for another hour but you get the idea. To keep up with them has become virtually impossible. What this means is that there are no longer technical problems but activation problems.

What all these solutions have in common is a few very specific factors. As I mentioned above, they are all cheaper and provide more benefits to the end user. This makes them attractive on an emotional (read that as viral-capable) level. But the other attractions they have should not be overlooked. They each have a sound business model to remain in the black. That means they are not dependent on debt financing, the perpetual growth model or external control. They each are distributed (sans the implied mass transit pun) meaning they can start anywhere and everywhere at once making them hard to control. Most importantly, they each can be started by a small group that's awake and offered to the public on their 'materialistic' terms without waking them all up first.

This is the critical point in all this. Since it's impossible to wake up enough people to get them to make large changes, we should be gathering the small groups it takes to bring these type of solutions to market. Then they can be adopted by the masses simply because of a personally beneficial decision. That's how you make an entire society change quickly. And that's how to leverage a few small groups of active, aware people to win the war with the NWO.



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Thnx. With 6 kids, it's been a while since I've received credit

for anything. LOL

The non-violent, self action side is what we've been going for. (I'm actually partnered with others on various things.)

You're dead on to focus on the economic problem as prime. Next to a possible abrupt oil shock, it has the most certainty and the quickest rise of chaos.

While you cite the central politics, I tend toward central banks as the main culprit but from our standpoint, they're essentially the same for now. The one difference I see is their one weakness. If JPM is leveraged 100:1 on silver and the people all bought silver, JPM would go under in days or weeks while the government wouldn't. This is our back door control. The reason is that for every company, there is a public aspect somehow or somewhere. We just have to find and exploit it. Silver is probably JPM's while gold is probably the Federal Reserve and Goldman Sachs' kryptonite. Bitcoin probably affects all central banks and governments about equally.

The reason I like Bitcoin so much is the vast possibilities it offers in the area of people supplanting all the traditional banks across the board with unregulated (officially black market) services. The majority of analysis I trust on this shows that the entire banking system of central banks is flat-out guaranteed if Bitcoin was to corner more than 2 1/2% of global currency. Sure, that's 1,000 times what it's cap is now, but the fundamentals easily accommodate it for transactions all the way down to 2 pennies. And trust is lessening as a negative factor so who knows.

Back to how this affects the central government. With bank influence completely removed from any individual's or business's chain of finances, they stand to gain from 40% to 400% in disposable income. (Picture someone paying $500/mo interest with $20 left at the end of the month.) As this happens to more people, many social government programs seem less worth the regulatory hassles. Political support wanes and the people begin to feel more empowered.

Oh, and those people would also need to have accurate information (polls, news, facts). That's another project that I forgot to mention. It's not too far off (4-6 mos, optimistically) and should be pretty interesting. It's actually another DP member who is making that magic happen!

So, to your overall point, I would say that you're correct unless we can get enough of these things brought to the public soon enough. As you know, only time will tell us how long that is and which way it will go. Gotta try though, right?

Thanks Bump

Thanks for the inspiring creative write.

Thinking....

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