I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The block I grew up on – 64th, just west of Granville – was middle class, most people having been in the war or being spouses of ex-service personnel.
They now did every kind of thing, belonged to unions, and got paid well. They had pensions, medical plans, two cars.
They were taken with the good life – travelling, Disneyland, Hollywood, nice house, good furniture, golf, going out all the time. Their boys played baseball, soccer, football, gymnastics. I don’t know what their girls did. But life was good.
No matter how poor we eventually became, (1) there was always a delicious meal placed on the table at dinnertime. I always had all the clothes I needed. I always slept in a warm house at night.
And I always thought of us as totally average. Some had more and some had less, but all shared the basic amenities.
As children, regarding our living needs, we were carefree.
Now just imagine all people in the world having at least the same basic standard of living I enjoyed as a child. Not wildly rich but definitely enough.
Think if every Nigerian had that standard or if every Indian peasant could say they slept in a bed like mine in a house as warm as mine.
Did they listen to the latest Broadway musical on a stereo every evening in a nice living room? Did they go out to a movie once a week in a shiny, late-model car (presuming they wanted to)?
Think of what the world would be like if everyone had a basic standard of living in that range. Oh my Gawd, it’d be a happy world.
That’s what we’re building. The powers that be are taking care of Ascension. We’re taking care of reconstructing a world that works for everyone.
After World War II, the United States created the Marshall Plan and helped to rebuild Europe. The Reval is a kind of Marshall Plan. We’re rebuilding Africa, Asia, and any other part of the world that needs rebuilding. To standards that allow them to be carefree, if they choose it. (2)
With a country, like mine, there are pockets of poverty even if the nation as a whole may not be poor. Those too are to be reconstructed.
There’s an army of lightworkers, even just among currency holders. Before we’re through with our war on poverty, I propose that we ensure that every citizen on planet Earth enjoys a basic income and an acceptable standard of living.
Let’s see that the world’s population on Nova Earth lives without fear of the conditions the planet has just been through (poverty, hunger, homelessness, disease, etc.).
AAM and Jesus, am I dreaming big enough?
I propose we institute adequately-funded programs of universal medicare in every country on Earth. And not inferior hospitals either, but built to adequate levels of construction and offering quality health care. Like my neighborhood.
I propose that we reconstruct the social safety net destroyed in the 1980s and onwards. There were volunteer organizations for every cause and many of them had funds given to them by government for assistance to their clients.
Few fell through the cracks in the period between around 1960 and 1982. The engineered recession of 1982 killed much of the social safety net; automation and government cutbacks wiped out the rest. All of it was, I think, according to the cabal’s plan.
But I ask us to bring back the social safety net. And it won’t even take work. I think people will spring up all over the place who want funding to offer a service to special clients in their neighborhood.
The difference between us and our ancestors of the last 35 years is that we can – and I hope we will – fund them, not starve them. No one should fall through the cracks of the society we’ll build.
What we miss, NESARA will pick up. So there’s no need for worry and anxiety as we go about our work.
This is building Nova Earth. This is creating the new society.
(1) After Mom and Dad’s divorce.
(2) We can’t stop people from creating conflict with each other. Wish we could.