You Are The Currency

You Are The Currency


Currency is people much like the mythical idea in the Matrix movie of people used as batteries.   But it is more closely similar to Soylent Green.


In the Matrix Movie people are used for energy like batteries -

People have been the currency from the beginning of mankind as people are used, traded, borrowed, sold, bought, indentured, enslaved, pimped, dowry-ed, etc., etc. Coin, cash, and everything else that has and is used as a virtual monetary value, is just a virtual marker for the people capacity value to have a person in essence for various purposes. It is way beyond the energy of the person, beyond their time and skill.


This leads to the case for perpetual debt on people. It is a debt that cannot ever be resolved so that they are owing to someone or something. It is an ever expanding grid that attracts people, then snares them like flypaper to stay attached for continued indebtedness. Self supported energy supplies are few making self sufficiency nearly impossible. Those people looking to separate from the grid are strongly discouraged.


Soylent-Green is People -

Is it easier to accept that animals are currency than to think of people that way, maybe yes. It is very much instinctive to domesticate living things, but is does not stop at plants and animals, because people too are being domesticated and this has been happening all along. It is a form of wanting to dominate and have power.


Should we assume pet lovers are innocent? Maybe not when you take into account that it is a master over pet relationship. The master (pet owner) has full control over that life, for food, shelter, and many different other things. However, the dominator (pet owner) is also being dominated as a currency without realizing it.


Billy Roper Added Mar 2, 2017 - 6:48am
Aside from the concept of becoming unplugged from the system's artificial reality no matter how painful it may be to wake up, the best meme generation out of The Matrix: getting red-pilled.
Ari Silverstein Added Mar 2, 2017 - 9:17am
In America all people are employees at will, meaning if they don’t want to work they don’t have to. In other words, while maybe true in some countries, in America people are not borrowed, sold, bought, indentured, enslaved, pimped, etc.  To be sure, one can provide labor and in exchange receive compensation in the form of currency but that labor is voluntary.   
Billy Roper Added Mar 2, 2017 - 9:40am
Until the Jewish usury system puts people so deeply in debt that they become wage slaves.
Opes Added Mar 2, 2017 - 9:56am
Ari, there is active currency, and passive currency. Just as there are free-range people some of which are on bread-lines, soup-lines and living on the streets. But those free-range people are currency of many sorts of things, used by some physically, and also statistically. That statistical currency methodology is of high use too. That hobo is counted, his/her number is used as currency too. But don't forget no status is static.
Dino Manalis Added Mar 2, 2017 - 9:56am
People are valuable resources if they're hard-working and follow directions!  
Leroy Added Mar 2, 2017 - 7:37pm
Our labor is our currency that we trade for paper.  The value of that paper is controlled by someone else.
I know of many people, smart people, who only know if they can afford it on their salary.  Want that Lincoln Navigator?  Just ask that salesman for a payment plan to meet your salary.  He'll oblige.  Want that swimming pool in the back yard?  No problem.  Debt for wasting assets enslave you.  You can't quit that job you hate because you can't afford to.  You can't risk starting your own business because you can't afford to fail.  Your currency is the only thing that keeps you afloat.
Debt can be good when we don't buy wasting assets like cars.  A house, for example, can be a great investment.  If you really screw your future up, you can reverse mortgage your house.  An education can be a great investment.
Doug Plumb Added Mar 2, 2017 - 9:59pm
Money is in fact created from the promise of future labour. We are bonded to this debt (see your certified copy of your birth certificate, not unlike the berth certificate of a ship). We are bonded to the phoney debt. I explain all in part 3 of my movie, Law, The Light Of Reason and Conscience.
Mircea Negres Added Mar 3, 2017 - 4:53am
Most people are afraid of freedom because of the burden such a responsibility places upon the individual and the system generally teaches people how to get a job instead of how to start their own businesses or to find another way to be self-sufficient. Make legal every drug known to man, then leave tons of dope on the streets of every city, town and village. In short order you will have a nation of addicts because most will freely choose it over uncomfortable reality, much like they've bought into consumerism instead of saving for retirement. 
Opes Added Mar 3, 2017 - 10:43am
Many people might strictly refer to currency to mainly be money as most definitions highlight it as so.  But the more meaningful descriptive is likely that currency is 'something that is used as a MEDIUM of exchange'.  The idea of an exchange might for some engender or imply an equitable trade.
It is more universal that people are a medium of exchange although it has been hidden behind the device of money or some other note or object.
Exchange is an act of giving one thing and receiving another in return.  It is not always of equal value.
Mircea Negres Added Mar 3, 2017 - 1:15pm
True Opes. Kind of like popping the boss for a promotion. Your bum is sore for a week, but the phone goes ka-ching! when the salary is deposited...
Opes Added Mar 4, 2017 - 10:07am
And the value of the person as currency does also show forth when groups express their might en mass.  So many factors involve counting people towards adding a value for something.  Like how many people bought this or that, how many like this or that, how many were cured of this or that, or even how many believe this or that.  These values on how many people is indeed a currency.