I am a fervent supporter of The Venus Project because it offers a viable and well-thought alternative to everything that is wrong in the world today – starting with the financial system.
The following documentary is the best I’ve seen this year so far and it’s probably one of the most important ‘out there’, together with the Zeitgeist Trilogy.
If you’re not familiar with TVP, then you’re in for a treat!
by Gregg Prescott, In5D
Imagine living in a world of abundance and prosperity without the need for money? Imagine using space age technology in the next few years? Imagine living in a world with clean air, fresh water, and healthy, non-GMO food?
It’s within reach right now!
Aims and goals of The Venus Project
Realizing the declaration of the world’s resources as being the common heritage of all people.
Transcending the artificial boundaries that currently and arbitrarily separate people.
Replacing money-based nationalistic economies with a resource-based world economy.
Assisting in stabilizing the world’s population through education and voluntary birth control.
Reclaiming and restoring the natural environment to the best of our ability.
Redesigning cities, transportation systems, agricultural industries, and industrial plants so that they are energy-efficient, clean, and able conveniently to serve the needs of all people.
Gradually outgrowing corporate entities and governments (local, national, or supra-national) as means of social management.
Sharing and applying new technologies for the benefit of all nations.
Developing and using clean, renewable energy sources.
Manufacturing the highest-quality products for the benefit of the world’s people.
Requiring environmental-impact studies prior to construction of any mega-projects.
Encouraging the widest range of creativity and incentive toward constructive endeavor.
Outgrowing nationalism, bigotry, and prejudice through education.
Eliminating elitism — technical or otherwise.
Arriving at methodologies by careful research rather than random opinions.
Enhancing communication in schools so that our language is relevant to the physical conditions of the world.
Providing not only the necessities of life, but also offering challenges that stimulate the mind while emphasizing individuality rather than uniformity.
Finally, preparing people intellectually and emotionally for the changes and challenges that lie ahead.
You can learn more by visiting the Venus Project website.