The Reason High Tech and AI are Not Becoming as Disruptive As They Could Be and Should Be

Answer:  The intensification of the dominating rule of Finance and its monopolistic paradigms.

If we implemented the policies of Wisdomics-Gracenomics and ushered in the new paradigm of Direct and Reciprocal Monetary Gifting it would eliminate Finance’s enslaving Debt hold on every other business model, enable enterprise to decentralize while profiting more, innovate and increase efficiencies freely without the need to provide “adequate” employment in the form of mostly bullshit jobs and end the deeper problem of the old paradigm of Debt Only which enforces continuous debt build up and so debt deflation, and so also economic instability.

It’s saddening and frustrating to see otherwise intelligent and progressive reformers like Dr. Billy Mitchell miss the deepest problem (the continued enforcement of the old financial paradigm) and so fall into mistaken and hidden authoritarianism regarding the policies of the new paradigm (a relatively abundant universal dividend and a relatively high percentage point of sale rebated discount to prices). His recent blog posts extolling MMT’s job guarantee as the only solution and cranky dissing of UBI/universal dividend are a failure to integrate old and new paradigms. And by the way he seems to be entirely unconscious of the synthesizing complementary policy of the point of sale rebated discount.

Perceiving and thoroughly understanding a new paradigm is difficult, and is very much like both a thorough scientific breakthrough and what devotees of the world’s various wisdom traditions call “the process of sanctification” and/or discipleship/the path of the Bodhisattva. If you don’t rigorously and objectively follow the path to scientific truth or the goal beyond religious dogma which is self actualization/self knowledge….then you fall back into orthodoxies instead of advancing to paradigm perception and greater understanding.


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