(Concluded from Part 2, yesterday.)
So what is the Six Point Plan?
I’ll be proposing the following plan to the Government of Canada and, from what the Michaelangelo Fund learns from that experience, extending the Plan to other countries.
I’d love it if you took the plan and adapted it to your own country.
One, universal basic income covering all normal living expenses for every person living in that country, lesser for young children (under twelve). Everyone has their life expenses covered and can choose to work more on top of that if they wish.
Two, universal (free) medicare, pharmacare, and dental care. Public health of excellent standards available to all people living in that country, without distinction.
Three, universal accessibility to all levels of gender-equal education (K-Ph.D.) for all people living in that country.
Four, universal elder care, child care, and single-parent care.
Five, the elimination of personal debt.
Six, the elimination of the national debt. (1)
Number One is probably self-evident. It gives rise to fears of no one wanting to work and those fears will need to be addressed after the Reval. Our intention is to see that everyone on Earth has the means of survival and can then turn their attention to the spiritual purpose of life.
Number Two shows how quickly the baseline of events moves. Since writing that, med beds have arrived back in the spotlight together with promises that we’ll have access to them within months.
If that were the case, the whole medical picture would be transformed in ways that are difficult to predict.
I expect Number Three to be non-controversial. Education should be free if the nation can afford it. And after the Reval, we’ll be able to afford it.
I expect Number Four also to be decisively impacted by the arrival of med beds.
NESARA itself eliminates personal and national debt, I believe. If it doesn’t, the Michaelangelo Fund will.
These are the six areas that need to be taken care of, in my view, if people are to be freed to turn their attention to fulfilling the purpose of life.
As well as introducing you to the Six Point Plan, I hope I’ve also illustrated how a program can grow out of a new paradigm. In this case the paradigm is that the purpose of life is Self-Knowledge.
(1) From “The Big Change – Part 1,”