What Will The Economy Look Like In 50 Years?

May 20th, 2017 – By: William Larsen – Civilians News – “News For All Views” – What Will The Economy Look Like In 50 Years – 

What will the economy look like, in 50 years?

Furthermore, throughout history, hasn’t the sheer concept of money itself, seemingly evolved?

In what now feels like, “prehistoric times,” it was only centuries ago, that no one had; credit cards, fancy bank accounts, or credit scores. Can you imagine such a world? A world without credit cards or banks….

Imagine a world without credit…….. home loans, credit cards or interest on debts. Albeit, a long forgotten reality, historically speaking, this was not long ago…. In fact, centuries ago, it’s very plausible; interest, loans and credit, were all considered to be, “liberal ideology,” or economically idealistic.

It’s amazing how things have changed…..

So what is credit? Isn’t the very concept of interest, not the very mechanism, that has maintained poverty since the beginning of time?

And this leads me to wonder…. When did currency, take this new form, in and of itself?

As humans grow more and more intellectual. As the times change and inventions spring up, it often feels like, “we lose something of ourselves, as a species,” through every wave of technology, that passes through-out our history.

Imagine the advent of speech itself…… Before speech, before linguistics, the earliest humans operated solely off of feelings and sentiment. Now if you can, imagine that generational divide.

Think about whether those people even considered the rawest form of invention, speech itself, a beneficial “invention?” Obviously, speech has since created levels of sophistication, that most people in today’s world deem “necessary” for modern life. However, several millennia later, few recognize how these ground breaking, “technologies,” like speech itself, have left us naive to the days of old.

This is especially true of many, “relatively modern,” inventions. Take the phone for example…… Imagine the upper classes reaction, when for the first time in history, they could be spoken to by another, without the other person being present.

Try to imagine the shifts in social dynamics, that arise from these types of innovations and inventions, both culturally and technologically speaking.

Now take currency, perhaps the most important “invention,” of them all…… Do you believe that in ancient times, “paper,” dictated the power it has today? Before currency, it was land. In ancient times, land ownership dictated wealth. Yet, with land…. you could only hold as much as you could defend….. Imagine these dynamics of social change, arising today? In fact, many of these “inventions of the past,” have seemingly brought forth, economic evolution….. (I often theorize that the Scottish war for independence, in the 1300’s, was over this very topic. However, maybe I’m wrong. In fact I’d assume many wars have been fought over this topic.)

Long story short….. His story, her story….. Long story short. I feel as though every single time we gain something, due to technology, we as a species lose something as well….

So where will this lead? Where will this rabbit hole of social innovation take the human race? What will the economy, which holds us together, look like in 50 years?

Well……. I predict people will eventually notice how inflation is devastating to the poor and seek to maintain a stronger currency…… I also predict, eventually the masses will seek reforms over housing and food, as population densities grow.

This isn’t politics, this is common sense…..

Opponents of these ideals, use money as a “cleansing tool,” literally breeding out, members of society today, through economic measures….. Wars today are no longer fought with guns and knives, wars today, are fought through hours of labor…….

In fact, I believe many people in power today, avoid these reforms because they view, “money,” as a mechanism to weed out the weakest genomes within our societies…. I believe this is due to a lack of appreciation, for the uniqueness, for which I believe is ingrained in every human life on Earth today. For this reason, in 50 years, I believe the future economy will one day see increased value, in all beings. I believe the perception of the masses will change and that people will begin viewing strangers as uniquely crafted, spiritual beings, all capable of a different perspective of thought, beneficial to the collective whole.

Today, however, that reality is simply not the case. This perception can be supported through increasing suicide rates, famine, homelessness, housing and poverty.

However, in 50 years I believe this will change……. I believe the masses will see the importance of banding together and through the power of democracy, I believe these “attitudes and beliefs,” will once again “evolve.”

So what will the economy look like in 50 years?

I believe the masses will seek a stronger currency, as well as humanitarian relief for all peoples, in the form of food and shelter.

So what will the implications of those decisions be?

For starters, it will mean a greater appreciation for human life itself……. However, with this new found appreciation for human life, will also come economic and social consequence(s). This is what I mean, when I say, “through every wave of technology, it feels as though we lose something as well, as a species.”…….

This reform is a perfect example…. Universal food and housing, or greater appreciation for human life, means overpopulation will need to be re-examined and no longer solved through war, or poverty….. These reforms also require, that bio diversity is more often considered by all peoples. This is because,  focus on human health care, ALSO requires an environmental appreciation, to maintain the balance between human populations and animal populations on Earth.

Once again, with gains will come loses…….

But what about the “hard facts,” what about the federal budget and how will we maintain a strong currency AND eliminate poverty? If the poor “minded” grow rich, is that not the very fabric of inflation itself? Are the weak minded, who find themselves in positions of power, not the surest sign of inflation itself? After all, money is only a reflection, a reflection of the people who hold it and a reflection of society itself…..

So, how will the economy maintain a stronger currency and focus on eliminating poverty? Furthermore, how will a “future government,” balance the federal budget, while at the same time battling ecological and over-population issues?

Well I believe that currency will once again evolve…. This has happened before, many times throughout history…….

I believe, in 50 years, food benefits and government subsidized housing, will actually break apart from “money,” and form their own sub currencies themselves. In fact, perhaps this has already taken place abroad, particularly in countries with larger population densities and fewer jobs. In 50 years, I believe that instead of retirement benefits, government welfare, food stamps, or housing…. That all “government money,” will break apart from the, “be all, end all, form of currency,” that we currently use today.

What if the government gave people, “food vouchers,” instead of “food money?” In many ways, this is already taking place today.

Nevertheless, in “today’s system,” grocery stores are re-imbursed through government spending, of common currency…. This leads me to wonder, who’s to say which companies, 7/11, Walmart, etc…. get to stand at the mouth of that government spending? (Furthermore, why is Walmart benefiting from that type of government spending, when they’re business model, is what created this “jobless economy,” in the first place?) In this example, government spending in the form of food and housing benefits, have created a river of money, straight from American tax payers and into the hands of grocery store vendors. Now take that a step further, who’s to decide which companies stand to benefit from government subsidized student loans? Or social security retirements, or health plans?

For that reason, I often feel; honesty, integrity and a balanced budget, have seemingly already fallen out of reach, for my generation……..

So what will the economy look like in 50 years?

FIRST: I believe currency will divide into 3 forms;

1. cash,

2. food vouchers

3. and housing vouchers……

This could occur during my lifetime, creating new forms of currency, in order to mend the current corruption and overlap, between private sector companies and federal government spending.

For this reason, I believe new forms of “currency vouchers,” will actually strengthen the dollar, quite significantly, while also working to wean the free market off federal government spending. In fact, I believe many new laws will be instituted as a consequence of this currency divide, however these vouchers or “sub currencies” could then be used to;

1) Elude corporations from growing rich by positioning themselves in front of government subsidies.

2) The vouchers or sub currency’s, might also be used to pay federal government taxes.

3) The vouchers or sub currency, could then be used to purchase the same “product vouched.” In turn these vouchers could resupply companies with the same product they obtained the government subsidized vouchers for, essentially using these vouchers to resupply and then sell their goods for currency, if they so choose. Housing vouchers could only be used for housing and taxes…. Food vouchers could only be used for food, or taxes.

Imagine a world, where real estate barons collecting social security, rent checks, could only collect housing vouchers, and use them for housing…… or perhaps taxes as well……. This might lead to a whole plethora of cultural evolution’s, likely surrounding the concepts of appreciation, money and greed….

This is the main point of today’s article, but there is one more evolution of money, I’d like to discuss.

I believe another economic evolution, moving forward, will surround the topic of inheritance……

I believe greed today, often stems from wealthy individuals, who believe they are “eluding their families from labor,” through growing excessively rich.

This is beyond comical to me………

Due to this greed, I don’t believe inheritance will be allowed in the form of currency, in the near future…. This is because the concept of inheritance promotes greed and demeans currency itself. It’s like giving a black belt, to a kindergartner, it makes the currency meaningless and undermines other peoples hard work… Beyond that, inheritance rarely survives 2 to 3 generations, because it often creates a lack of respect for the beholder, not to mention encourages greed…….

I believe in 50 years, people will stop leaving their families money when they die. I believe this will occur because inheritance promotes greed, weakens currency and weakens future generations…..

I believe that if someone builds their own company, maintains it, then hands it down to their heirs, this is perfectly acceptable…. However, I believe the concept of handing down money itself, is egregiously undermining to the concept of currency today.

So there you have it. How will the economy change in the next 50 years…….?

The rest is up to you.

-William Larsen, Founder of Civilians News