Enter the Leisure Society

Can you imagine living in a truly liberated society?

Can you imagine living in a society that gives, rather than takes, money from you?

Can you imagine living in a society that pays you, as opposed to nickeling and diming you?

Can you imagine living in a society in which your voice matters more than your money?

Can you imagine living in a society that gives you a home instead of a kick to the curb?

Can you imagine living in a society that educates you rather than dumbs you down?

Can you imagine living in a society that keeps you healthy instead of making you sick?

Can you imagine living on a prosperous rather than a polluted planet earth?

We understand that it might honestly be too much of a leap for you.

It is possible however.

The greatest hurdle to living in a liberated society has less to do with the state and more to do with the feeling of stupidity and regret that washes over everyone who comes to realize that they were not merely holding, but clenching the key to the padlock on their chains so tightly out of anger that they were incapable of using it and that they could’ve been free all along if only they had known better.

This is why Harriet Tubman said that she freed a thousand slaves, but that she could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.

Would you even be able to acknowledge the fact that you are in fact a debt-slave if we were to tell you that we have the key to ending public debt-bondage?

It’s called the NEED Act by the way.

Are you overjoyed because you now know that there is a key to set you free from having to work some job you hate in order to pay bills you shouldn’t have to pay in the first place? Will you go out and live an amazing life once you are liberated from monetary slavery? Or would you angrily and selfishly insist that everyone should have to work like slaves in order to pay bills because you once had to?

WIll you ruin the leisure society for the rest of us out of personal resentment or will you forfeit some of your “free-time” to fight for it?

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