What is a Resource-Based Economy?
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
In a Resource-Based Economy, existing resources will be used instead of money to provide a fair and equitable method of distributing goods and services. It will be a global socio-economic system where all goods and services are available to all people without the use of money or any other form of debt.
''To better understand a resource-based economy, consider this. If all the money in the world disappeared overnight, as long as topsoil, factories, personnel and other resources were left intact, we could build anything we needed to fulfill most human needs. It is not money that people require, but rather free access to most of their needs without worrying about financial security or having to appeal to a government bureaucracy. In a resource-based economy of abundance, money will become irrelevant.''''The current practice of rationing resources through monetary methods is irrelevant, counter-productive, and falls far short of meeting humanity’s needs.''