Exchanges are workshops promoting righteousness. Poverty, unemployment, debt and injustice, taxation, capitalism communism, socialism, and democracy are signs of an evil presence. We have a right to what we create. We have no claim to what was created by others. This is the foundation of righteousness and a barrier against the waste produced by those who are evil. Join the community that battles the waste of evil.
Equality is based on and extends from, property rights. We have a right to what we create. We have no claim on what was created by others. Without this principle righteousness is not possible.
Mankind is divided into and by two cultures. Each culture is a way of thinking based on a different premise. Each culture is based on one of two diametrically opposed ideologies or ways of thinking. We can live in one or the other culture, we cannot embrace both positions simultaneously. Culture is composed of social norms and values. Liberalism is the philosophy of freedom. Liberalism is incompatible with equality. Liberalism does not support the right to what we create. Liberalism is evil.
Righteousness requires respect for the creation of others. This is the foundation of equality.
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Join a community that promotes:
1. The ownership of what we create.
2. The right to own what we create.
3. The right to refuse to pay costs not created by us.
4. Compensation for all value received.
5. Debits and Credits kept in balance.
6. The Principle of Subsidiarity.
8. Analytical truth.
9. Money as a unit of account based on equity.
10. Property rights as a human right.
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11. Possessive ownership.
12. Legal rights.
13. Synthetic truths.
14. Debt and risk.
15. Waste in all of its forms .
16. The doctrine of might makes rights.
17. Immigration and migration.
18. Administrative hierarchies.
20. The state and globalism.
To understand liberalism, we need to understand freedom. Specifically, we need to understand how freedom negatively impacts equality.
Freedom is manifested in the doctrine that might makes right and the belief ends justify the means. These ideas are not compatible with equality.
Power is freedom applied to property. When liberals say they love freedom what they mean is that they love power over property. This authority over property means ownership is based on possession and not human rights.
The Age Of Liberalism is defined by:
Three Sisters of liberalism
The three woman of the bible who first exhibited the mindset of a liberal. If you want to know why liberalism is the way it is and how and why the facets of liberalism arose, watch this video. Liberalism is founded on traits manifested in three women; Eve, Sara and Herodias.
The Age of Liberalism is a direct result of the desire for freedom. The Knowledge of Good and Evil is freedom and the fruit of freedom is inequality. When we adopt liberalism we reject equality.
The rights of owners to what they create is rejected by liberals, because these rights interfere with the freedom desired by liberals.
Adam and Eve thought they had a right to possess what was in the Garden (though they had created nothing). Democracy is an expression of the doctrine of might makes right. A majority vote affirms the legal right of the majority to exercise Power of Attorney over what belongs to others. Liberalism replaces human rights with legal rights and the rights of possession is made to trump the rights of the creator.
Conservatives believe in the sanctity of ownership being defined by the act of creation. Ownership requires we be accountable for the costs we create. We own only what we create not what was created by others. We cannot impose our costs onto others.
Democratic majorities cannot overrule or invalidate the rights of ownership exercised by the creator to what he or she creates.
Democratic elections beguile governments into believing the state has a legitimacy and power it does not have. No majority can eliminate accountability. No group regardless of their size can invalidate the rights of ownership. No one can logically challenge the right of the creator to what he or she creates.
The Age Of Righteousness is known by:
The Golden Exchange is a mission provided to seniors for seniors designed to create autonomy in through charity within the setting of a local retirement community. Its objective is to provide a safe place to retire based on providing mentoring for unskilled populations in return for the development of a community of support workers.
The short list of steps is as follows:
Retirement is a problem for many seniors. If it is not money it is the problem of finding how to set up a comfortable retirement environment, or a way to keep busy in a meaningful way. Many seniors have skills formed over many years of employment. Golden Exchange is a program that enables seniors to set up retirement community in a hospitable climate and to finance this through mentoring the local population to the level at which sustainable businesses can be established. These businesses serve as a source of income and support for the retirement community.