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The World Has Consumed Itself Into Bankruptcy



June 13, 2011 – Comments (2)

Economically, Politically, and Ecologically....the world is bankrupt.

And as more and more want to consume, it is becoming mathematically impossible to satisfy everyone's desires.

Economic systems designed for consumption are running out of options.....and as resources become contrained, people will be forced to fight for them or change the way we consume.

At Udder World, we determined a few years ago that Digital Technologies like Virtual Education, Online/Digital Delivery of books, music, newspapers, mail, and movies can save massive resources and can be distributed at almost no cost and a very small consumption footprint.

In a SYSTEM designed for consumption, you must either PROACTIVELY CHANGE the system or react to a system that collapses right before your eyes and deal with the social unrest that will inevitably result.

Right now....our brick and mortar education system is bankrupt.....

More than 400 layoff notices sent to Gary teachers

But resource saving online/virtual education is growing rapidly.

The Problem:  Over 4 million Americans work in brick and mortar education....and we have a growing number of Social Security recipients that depend on tens of millions of Americans working and paying high social security taxes for the system to function.

Unless we change our Social Security system.....and our economic system that depends on over 60,000,000 Social Security recipients spending every month......we will face a very convulsive transition period as our Consumption Economy collapses.

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On June 13, 2011 at 9:22 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

The problem is global in the rioting spreads to China:

When a days wages can't buy the basic necessities for't time to change the system.

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#2) On June 13, 2011 at 10:01 AM, tomatoflu (< 20) wrote:

Some further material for the logical confrontation of this vast matter..

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