We must rid the world of it so that mankind can focus on what really matters in life: godliness, righteousness, and life devotion to all that is good and holy.
But how do we rid the world of money?
The system has been established. We cannot realistically destroy it… at least not without destroying many lives in the process, lives which could very well be saved and led down the right path towards God. There are many, many lost and misguided people in this world who can still be steered down a better path. They are entrenched in their monetary systems but can be shown that there are better ways. We just need to create them and it needs to be painfully clear that money itself is actually useless.
Communism obviously is not the answer. And capitalism is obviously superior, but it's current entanglement with money enables the same traps we've fallen into repeatedly, and it allows (((them))) to do (((their))) bidding. (Also… please pull your heads out of your butts… the jews are not the only ones who use markets to control people, but I agree that they are the main culprits.)
Can we temporarily use the current monetary system to create a new system which ultimately and inevitably replaces it? Capitalism after all is nothing more than the idea that people should be free to build whatever they want, and if it is useful, it will be widely adopted and rise to the top.
I'm actually not even sure if capitalism requires a monetary system for it to work. If we can somehow free up the resources of this world such that money is no longer required to enable people as individuals to do what they are good at doing, that could still be a form of capitalism, no? No one would be forced to do any particular job, only what they truly want to do, what they are meant to do.
It may be a pipe dream, but I envision a world where the kinds of people who flaunt wealth will frowned upon and shunned, while people who devote their lives to being good to one another are valued,
I have no idea how certain services would work, because no one is entitled to anything, especially not someone else's labor. Would we simply need to rely on the kindness of others? That would be ideal. And would there need to be some way to prevent moochers? Or could we live with simply forgiving their leeching nature? I think we could live with it, as long as those who contribute nothing (likely due to low intellect) make it clear that they devote their lives to being good in the eyes of God.
Is technology the key?
I think it may actually be the key, but it must be implemented and used with godliness in mind. God created us in His image. God is a creator, and so are we, albeit nothing by comparison.
Also remember that Jesus was a carpenter, a builder.
Is the next step to build (unintelligent) robots which will ultimately make all current systems obsolete? Robots seem inevitable anyway, don't they? We should take matters into our own hands sooner rather than later, before (((they))) beat us to the punch and further control us with more of their own technologies.
Technology has the ability to either further enslave us… or it can set us free.