Have Your Say On Our Socio-Economic Future!

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    What is state, what is the difference between a man and a person and
    on what is relationship between a man and a state based on? What is
    currency, how does monetary system function and why is money issued and
    distributed in this exact way? It is really strange that the wider
    audience that has recently been disgusted with bank robberies now starts
    to justify such acts.
    How much is a life of a single citizen worth to a country, and how
    much to himself? How much is a million dollars worth to a man in desert,
    and how much a glass of water? How much is a kilogram of diamonds worth
    to a man on a deserted island, and how much one decent lunch? How much
    is a fridge worth to an Eskimo, and how much a heating unit? What is
    happening with a concept of value if instead of “how much” we ask
    ourselves “of what” and “why that in particular” as a crucial question?
    Is the ultimate success we all strive for to be rich or to be happy?
    What about a marketplace of products and services
    where everyone can express the value in anything – what do you think
    about that, how much compatible with fair trade principals is this way
    of business?

    They say that the difference between science and corrupt science is
    in the fact that in corrupt science the results are already known in
    advance. Why evil people do evil things is not hard to understand, since
    it is a character flaw, but a question why the good people do bad
    things presents a real mystery. Or answer is more obvious now then ever
    before in the history of our civilization?
    During the actual global financial crisis, ever more popular slogan:
    “Give man a gun and he can rob the bank, but give him a bank and he can
    rob the world” started circulating on the Internet. Many factors
    indicate that walking between the two worlds has finally lost every
    sense and that humanity is ready for transition. “We are sick of slow
    burning on a hologram fire, one-way ticket to happiness is in our
    pockets”, can be smelled at every step – from Zeitgeist ambient, to
    various alternative sites, all the way to social networks as Facebook
    and Twitter. There is no doubt that the way to the promised land leads
    trough monetary reform, but in what way should we restart global
    monetary system and how does the happiness that will take place all over
    the world after the transformation of society looks like from your
    Spiritual evolution to which knowledge, freed of all hipno-dogmatic
    burdens, will lead us is a process followed by a blossom of love and
    cooperation. Or is it a wrong perception of the Free Planet to which we,
    if we really, strive? Financial independence as a part of a fair
    socio-economic and ecologically sustainable new system is maybe an
    option that should not even be considered in respect of happiness?

    Now when the purchase power of the population and business sector
    have remained without fuel, complementary currencies, local currencies,
    alternative currencies, i.e. unconventional payment systems and exchange
    systems are becoming ever more interesting and popular option.Anent
    upcoming “First International Conference on Social Transformation” this
    July, not quitting its principles, Crom Alternative Exchange
    Association publishes in advance the material with which it will present
    itself on that important event whose topic is transition into a better
    socio-economic future. In that way, by allowing everyone to express its
    opinion on our coming collective future currently entwined between debt
    horror and radioactive insecurity from Fukushima, the point of upcoming
    conference takes a wider dimension and much deeper significance: Global Monetary Reform And The Transformation Of Society

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