A Better World Order

The fact is there has always been a world order. From the beginnings of life on Earth to the early years of our cave-dwelling ancestors, nature (which includes the environment and all natural occurrences) was the default world order over life. Nature controlled us and had a huge impact on our lives and actions. Basic survival and procreation were sub-orders of influence within the dominant human-world order of nature for early humans. As our primitive technology and knowledge advanced, nature became less of the dominant human-world order. Even today, nature can be the dominant world order over all other world orders. We might learn how to control parts of nature, but we will always be at the mercy of many natural events.

Depending on your environment, location, and changes to the social structure in which you live, the environment and social advancements and changes will dictate the types and levels of controlling order over everyone involved.

As we adopted family and social group structures, then living within the context of those social systems became the order of the day followed closely by the nature-world-order. Dominance and submission, communication, protection of self and others, and adaptation were some of the primary sub-orders within the human-world order of social groups, although nature still had a huge influence over our ancestor’s hunter-and-gatherer lives and behavior.

From the simple family and group social orders came the human-world order of leaders. Whether it was the physically dominant human in the group or the most intelligent human in the group or the overly mystical person or even due to a vote of confidence by the group, there came a time where one or more people took on the role of leaders of the rest of the group. Some of the earliest forms of the leader archetype were matriarchal (female rulers) yet the majority became patriarchal or male dominated over time.

While kingdoms were the world order for thousands of years, eventually the concept of elected officials became the human-world order for some countries. Kingdoms or tyrannical rulers still reign dominant for developing countries. In most instances of kings and government rulers, overpowering force or manipulative coercion was used to usurp the position and gain control.

Although not obvious to many people, the current overall world order is the world banking system. We live under a political world sub-order, but the political aspect is controlled directly by the banking/rich elite. The banking cartels, such as the Federal Reserve, the International Monetary Fund and the International Banking System, dictate third-world development, they can influence and start wars, plus, they control interest rates and have heavy influence in the price of goods and the price of stocks. Although there are other factors, the decisions of the banking elite have the greatest influence. With a simple decision, they can cause the value of stocks to plummet which typically causes panic and widespread selling at reduced prices. This gives the banking elite the opportunity to swoop in and buy stocks at lower prices. This manipulation of economies is based mostly on greed but also on the fact that the general public goes farther into debt, which is a boon for banks. These tactics of severely influencing economies are methods of legal corruption and fraud and it is immoral in my opinion.

When anyone talks about a New World Order, all they really want is for their particular group’s agenda to dominate and control everyone else. At this point, most of the talk of beginning a New World Order is really just a solidification of the banking elite to control the parts of society that they do not yet control and to have that dominance fully accepted by everyone. Politicians push the idea of a NWO as if it is something new and wonderful, but it is neither. From the beginnings of the Knights Templar to the Freemasons to all secret organizations today, wealth and power is used to get to and into positions of power.

How about a Better World Order where governments are purely custodial, employees of the citizens, and in place to protect the public and not to pander to special interest groups and the rich elite? Governmental policy would thus be for the purposes of keeping us healthy, safe from dangerous people, and to encourage and support us in advancing technology and our creativity. Governments should work for us, not over us. They should not dictate our behaviors or restrict our freedoms. They need to do everything they can to uphold the rights and freedoms of the individual. Regulations and ridiculous laws should be reviewed and either changed or removed from the system. Bigotry and discrimination have no place in government and laws.

Neo-Tech.com (reprinted with permission):

The Constitution of the Universe



*The purpose of conscious life is to live creatively, happily, eternally.

*The function of government is to provide the conditions that let individuals fulfill that purpose. The Constitution of the Universe guarantees those conditions by forbidding the use of initiatory force, fraud, or coercion by any person or group against any individual.


Article 1

No person, group of persons, or government shall initiate force, threat of force, or fraud against any individual’s self or property.

Article 2

Force is morally-and-legally justified only for protection from those who violate Article 1.

Article 3

No exceptions shall exist for Articles 1 and 2.

* * *


1. Values exist only relative to life.

2. Whatever benefits a living organism is a value to that organism.

3. Whatever harms a living organism is a disvalue to that organism.

4. The value against which all values are measured is conscious life.

5. Morals apply only to conscious individuals.

* Immoral actions arise (1) from individuals who harm others through force, fraud, or coercion and (2) from individuals who usurp, degrade, or destroy values created or earned by others.

* Moral actions arise from individuals who honestly create and competitively produce values to benefit self, others, and society.

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  • Dwayne

    What is the defition of ‘force’?

  • http://poweressence.com Maxwell

    In this context it means to make someone do something or to do something to someone without their consent. Bully governments will use military force to make other countries submit to their control and demands.

  • http://superconcepts.poweressence.com Stuart

    Finally got around to reading this – fantastic article that gets right to the point of the issue. More people need to be aware of this and the financial corruption that drives our world. Whatever the solution may be, we cannot ignore the problem any longer. The time for being ruled is over.

  • Civilzed Man

    . . You neglected to mention that the ONE cure for ALL the horrendous economic, political, civic, religious, social, familial, demographic, linguistic, and personal evils that afflict humanity is a simple global CONSUMER-BASED ECONOMY that would replace the current primitive Banker-based economies.
    . . All that is required is the institution and use of a simple new bank account that would enable consumers to place long-term consumer orders with industry for everything they desire to be produced IN THE FUTURE and to pay for everything with their LABOR through the performance of FUTURE long-term labor contracts of a value equal to the value of their consumer orders.
    . . These values can be expressed in terms of any kind of local money or currency customarily used, or in terms of a scientific system involving the Principle of Fair Labor Exchange. Since the balance of these future consumer debits and future labor credits will be fixed, future revaluations of local money will affect both consumer orders and labor contracts equally, so the effects of inflation will never be felt in this future consumer-based economy. And if money were NOT used as a measure of quantity or value for either the advance consumer orders or the advance labor contracts, and a scientific system of valuation were used instead, then currency inflation and devaluation would never be an issue.
    . . In fact, the very DEFINITION of “Economy” involves ONLY the SYSTEM of exchange of FUTURE labors between workers in an economy. It does NOT involve the BARTER of EXISTING items, such as money or currency, that has ALREADY been produced and placed by peddlers on tables in primitive public markets. Barter is NOT an “economic system”, as claimed by capitalist bankers, but a primitive MARKET PRACTICE originally developed by Neanderthal cavemen and their brutal, greedy, domineering, club-wielding tribal chieftains!
    . . You would know this if you defined the undefined English words you used before using them. English is NOT a defined language, but a collection of undefined street vernaculars that has never been defined in any dictionary which, as all school children learn early, is good only for determining proper Spelling and Diction.
    . . If you are intellectually inclined, and want to know how to define the words you use properly, you must read the unique new eBook, “The Octahedron, The Symbol Of Man, Blueprint For Civilization”, which is available with a free eBook reader from MobiPocket.com or as a Kindle Book from Amazon.com.
    . . Without these definitions, your meaningless diatribe sounds like a direct quote from a bankers textbook on Bullshit Propaganda Techniques.
    Civilized Man
    Late Spring, Gemini 22 (June 12) 2009

  • http://poweressence.com Maxwell

    I’m far from being an expert on economics and this article was an attempt at presenting the concept of world order.

    Thank you, Civilized Man, for adding in details about what you think would be the best and what I would call a transitional system. Although barter is primitive in that it was indeed the first form of exchanging values — i.e. tools, food, clothing, shelter etc, and although it will probably never be the primary means of exchange ever again, it still works well in many ways. I may create a painting that someone wants and also has something that I want or need, and ta-da! barter happens without the need for symbolic currency exchange.

    Although we do need a system of exchange that will more than likely be similar to or even exactly what you describe, eventually technology will make all these systems relatively obsolete.

    Technology is advancing to the point that human labor in the arenas of manufacturing, extracting, building, and many services will be reduced and/or eliminated. Automation has been slowly replacing manual labor and will continue to do so. Nano-robotic technology has the capacity to make human labor even more obsolete. If nano-bots are able to take raw materials and change atom positioning and build new materials, move and bind those materials, neutralize toxins and pollutions, create fertile lands for cultivation, plant and harvest, perform medical procedures, counteract human genetic flaws, then not all but probably almost all human work-force capacity can be replaced by this form of technology. Money and systems of exchange would thus be completely obsolete as will banks, the rich elite and even classes of society. We will turn into a society that pursues our passions and desires without the need to work. Some people may want to continue working and there will be service capacity jobs that will probably remain available — restaurant and entertainment jobs are just a couple that come to mind.

  • http://consumer-based-economy.blogspot.com/ Civilized Man

    . . You are very devious, just like ruling banking families who are constantly propagandizing the trusting masses to prevent them from noticing that they have two real choices: (1) either they themselves order everything they want from industry at low prices, or (2) they sit around waiting for banker gnomes to order for them the few essentials they need and charge them high prices for doing so.
    . . Certainly no consortium of banker midgets will ever be able and interested in ordering for working consumers the grand projects that they want and can easily order for themselves. This includes the whole organic landlord-liberated cities envisaged by Jacque Fresco.
    . . You slyly imply that, when automation greatly reduces prices, working consumers will no longer need to order what they want from industry, so they should not bother to order they want from industry today. This is more diversion rubbish. When consumers can afford to order more than they could before, they will order more than they could before.
    . . In your barter example, you failed to mention what would happen when one of the items traded was ten times more valuable than the other. Again, highly devious. You must be a member of a landlord banking family or one of their propagandists.

    . . . . . . . . Civilized Man . . . . . . . . .
    . . . Early Summer, Cancer 11, 2009 . . . . . .
    (That’s July 2 on the retarded Bankers calendar)