With the annual return of the US tornado season, blowing in unwanted and uninvited, this season seems to be competing for some of the most aggressive natural destructions in recent history.
The destruction continually being shown by the news media, now replacing those of the recent earthquakes in Japan, is staggering! For those on the ground who managed to survive it’s sure to be an experience not soon forgotten as normalcy will not return soon enough, yet for those not personally involved will quickly be mentally dismissed. It’s like seeing a car wreck on the side of the road, first we slow down – then stare – then begin to speed up “cautiously” but sure enough we’ll soon be speeding again to make up for the time we perceptively lost.
In Joplin and other recent tornado driven distructions, like Hurricane Katrina and the many disasters before that, the US government has begun moving in and declaring lots of disaster areas one by one. Next has begun the process to creatively use different funding rules for reestablishing the displaced residents back into replacement homes and reparations to their damaged infrastructure, essentially helping put them on a road to an existence they remember; at least the ones who will qualify or aren’t excluded for reasons governments or insurance companies would love to exclude all payments from; the fine print or acts of god.
Joplin alone is estimating to be around 3 Billion in repairs – while Katrina & the forgotten Rita behind it were estimated over 100 Billion dollars for the repairs while Japan will cost over 300+ Billion to repair!
Yet “Money” is both the tool for rebuilding and the roadblock to getting started. Money in and of itself is a terrible building material, it is not even as efficient as common desert sands which can be ground up, heated and glass for countless useful objects be created. Yet without the money, without being paid, the majority of our local or global neighbors will simply not do the work to make the repairs and improvements.
Which brings the beauty of the plan of the WUF into light- it’s so simple; let people be paid what they want while getting the jobs done. Virtually it is the same money that’s created out of thin air to make these governmental promises that can be used in the same way to initiate the plan. As long as the International Anti-Inflation Law (I.A.L) is in place it will prevent any runaway spending and devaluing of the dollar; it’s a simple twist on paying the bills.
Remember, we are the ones who set values on each other and on the resources of the earth – We control how much money is printed to represent these values, We can print as much money as needed to support human life- the same way the US government will be doing in the coming day, weeks, months and years ahead to cover the disasters that nature continues to dish out on us.
It makes sense that the more money that is made available; the more chance there is that it will be spread proportionately among all the people of the earth according to their wants-as their needs will already be provided for. Enabling the I.A.L. is the piece overlooked – it is critical to stabilize the world’s money markets and allow the printed money to spread to all the people that want it for their wants.
Why not put the twist on nature and the failled direction we’ve previously taken for tens of decades now; putting money into it but not fixing the problems. Let nature continue to dish out all it can while we happily and globally use the intellectual resources available to us to create homes that can withstand natures worst. Why not let it cost whatever it costs to build and make sure everyone has the same safe homes to live in wherever they might like to live in the world and why not let people feel safe and happy within their homes without fear that if their home is destroyed, they won’ be destroyed financially if they are fortunate enough to survive.
With a twist of our pens we all can change our fate; we can sign into political office, leaders that would support the WUF, it’s I.A.L and goal of assisting humanity reach it’s highest potential of human happiness. Or, we can sit still and leave things as they continue to be; stressed, national debts in the trillions, wars, terrible crime, poverty, inequality in the extreme, homelessness, starvation and continual worries to pass on to our children’s children’s children… Come On Baby… let’s declare the blues away… sing it with me, in the words of Chubby Checker, Let’s Do The Twist… Together!