Written By Abdun Nur
Stage Two (After Infrastructure is in Place): the Artisan Need Bonds
An artisan is a skilled artist, who trade their skilled creations of high-quality distinctive works, that are both aesthetically beautiful and practical functional.
Not everyone wants to be an artist, some are happy simply to labour, free of the responsibilities of skilled work, and it is a free choice which path you choose to take. Many modern jobs possess no valuable skills or meaningful benefit, and exist purely as a parasitical canker, such as a lawyer, bureaucrat, solider, police-person, psychiatrist, oncologist, virologist, banker, estate agent, etc.
For anyone with a soul it is vital to create things of value, even those who simply wish to labour, even they must feel it has value. But for some value alone is not enough, they must also create with skill and beauty, to create deeper value for others and so make the job a pleasure not a burden for themselves.
Life crafts were common in the past where people possessed many skills that allowed them to provide for themselves directly, if needed, the modern situation is much different, this wide range of craft skills has been replaced with specialisations or no basic craft skills at all. Can people grow their own food, make cloth and clothes, build or maintain shelter, administer basic medical care, defend themselves effectively?
There were over 200 Artisan skills required to make a Victorian town functional, if you go even further back in time, to before the genocide committed by William the Bastard and the Vatican, the entire population of Britain were artisans, famous across Europe for their unparalleled skills and craftsmanship.
An artisan needs no paper certificates, no examination or State license. To become an artisan, all that is needed is to find yourself a position as an apprentice, by forming an arrangement in which a master of an art, or trade is willing to train a new generation of practitioners of a trade or profession with on-the-job training. This typically took about four years to complete.
This arrangement was abused in the past, where the master craftsman would exploit his position and basically enslave the apprentice through indentured servitude; at its worst this was a contracted to work without payment for a specific number of years.
Inherently of course you cannot enter contract, and may only form reciprocal bond agreements, so these abuses would be impossible outside of the imposed usury monopoly model of economic slavery.
Many of the crafts needed in the Victorian period are obsolete, as new technologies have developed, and many old skills are now far more efficiently done with industrial computerised production.
In this situation the artisan is the source of production not the means, they create and the industrial engines produce. An example of this is in stone or wood carving, were a CNC (Computerised Numerical Control) machine can copy an original work flawlessly over and over, the artisan then only need create the original work and possess the skills to work the machinery.
Many crafts have been fractured into specialisations, were one craft has a myriad of sub-crafts, this is apparent in construction, Stone masons, bricklayers, joiners, roofers, floor layers, plasterers, thatchers, slaters, glaziers, stained glass artists, brick and tile makers, chimney sweeps, plumbers, electricians, decorators, etc.
The artisan is best showcased through workshop crafts. Chair makers, iron founders, blacksmiths, wheelwrights, coopers, coppersmiths, tinsmiths, wood turners, boat builders, wainwrights, leather tanners, boot and shoe makers, potters, printers, typographers, calligraphers, bookbinders, glass blowers, paper makers, furniture makers, jewellers, mechanics, boiler makers, boiler men, soap makers, gunsmith, brush maker, candle maker, artist, sculptor, firework maker, carver, musical instrument maker, tool maker, etc.
Artisans can produce for consumption, these are known as the domestic crafts. Fish smoker, bacon curer, butter maker, cheese maker, brewer, cider maker, wine maker, distiller, herbalist, ice cream maker, butcher, fishmonger, pie maker, pickle maker, baker, homeopath, reflexologist, osteopath, naturopath, storyteller, teacher naturalist, historian, jester, actor, administrator, philosopher, labourer, poet, writer, midwife, publican, bookseller, librarian and idiot – there is no unemployment in this traditional model.
Unemployment is a construct of the resource monopoly model of usury extortion, a required element to repress earnings and hold people in poverty to better dominate and exploit them. There is never a shortage of work, in the usury system there is only a lack of available money to allow it, this is not the case in the community, no money monopoly restrictions exist, the advancing of cryptocurrency will become available as the platform is coded, or could be done locally using a micro version on the site.
Textile crafts have been heavily industrialised, and machines do the work of thousands, in such a situation the artisan is the creative and technical force behind the mechanical mass production, however there still exists a need for crafted garments, tailor made to fit exactly. This means there will always be a need for some workshop artisans, a tailor, seamstress, milliner, hatter, leather worker, etc.
Industrialisation has freed time up for people, and this continuing process allows people to end the drudgery and suffering of menial repetitive labour. Many jobs in the present system exist solely to allow the paedophile class to possess lucrative monopolies, if an alternative is created those parasitical monopolies would end, for example millions labour in the energy industry, mining, purifying, transporting, selling, and manufacturing products to supply various forms of fuels to burn, to produce power.
Power should be produced at the location it is needed, this would end the centralisation of power generation. Power needs no fuels to be generated, it only needs an advance in technology, these advances have happened in the past, and can be redeveloped and disseminated globally open source.
Some monopolies have been heavily centralised in order to extort and control, such as the internet and telecommunications. The technology of quantum entanglement is now advanced enough to be developed to replace the microwave pollution technologies of the monopolists, this technology would be without any signal, as the entangled particles communicate directly no matter the distance or location instantly, allow an internet connection as fast as you like, a thousand times faster than 5g if that is the desired speed of data transfer.
A new version of the internet could then evolve in parallel to the existing hierarchical, contaminated, regulated, parasitically structured and censored internet, replaced with a peer-to-peer structure, where the website creator hosted the website on their own system, no parasites demanding hosting fees, website name rental, no monthly internet company payments, metered and unreliable.
The paedophile class will never themselves develop these technologies and have worked hard to prevent them, the earth is raped and polluted simply for the profits of the parasitical paedophile class.
There are no resource shortages, the shortage is in common sense, and that shortage is the real issue. People believe every lie of the paedophile class, deeply invested in the virus scam, the climate change scam, the nuclear weapon scam, these scams are made possible because many scientific foundations have been corrupted, replaced with lies, that if common sense dominated would easily be exposed.
Some ancient crafts still have value in community, even though even these have been industrialised, the benefit of some of these crafts for the maintenance of the forests would outweigh the benefits of industrialisation.
Many of the ancient woodland Crafts have become less common, Coppicers, charcoal burners, stick and staff makers, timber extraction, planting and replanting of various species, cutting roads and pathways through forests etc.
Many field crafts have also become less common, hedge layers, dry stone wallers, gardeners, horticulturists, vintners, arborists, farmers, shepherds, shearers, bee keepers, millers, fishermen, orchardists, veterinarians etc.
The artisan can further specialise their skills if they desire, creating a workshop as a toy maker, or costumer, or prop maker etc. A potter could specialise in sanitary wear, or garden pots, tile making, ornaments, or kitchenware, etc. In this way several artisans possessing the same skill set can function within the same community.
Creating Cooperative Need Bonds to Form Cooperative Servicing Bonds
When the need bond model is utilised within community, the artisan is sort out, those with the need require the skilled craftsmen to service that need, and the bond funds the infrastructure to allow the craftsmen to service that need efficiently, to the very highest standards and quality within a cooperative.
Many of these old crafts may no longer be as relevant as they were in yesteryear, and new crafts have developed that did not exist in the past, such as coder, film maker, electronics engineer, metallurgist, permaculturalist etc.
Many of the new technologies that have been suppressed by the paedophile class, need to be released, such as healing technologies, communication technologies, energy generation technologies, etc.
When a cooperative servicing bond is formed there is no management element, no employer or employee, no supervisor, no foreman, and no marketing, these elements exist only in the usury structure and are parasitical and provide no true benefit.
The need bond creates the infrastructure for the artisans through the bonding structure, they have no need of capital outlay, they have no interest payments to a bank, no customers to attract, as the ones with the need create the bond at the start, no employees, no landlords, no mafia tax.
The farmer’s market is set into the earth, the artisan workshops are built into the ground and majestic forest sits upon them, this provides protection from the elements, prevents the landscape having an eyesore of boxes littering it and increases the arable land, not consuming it.
The ultimate goal of the community is to form a technological hub, were artisans with a variety of skill sets, such as electronic engineers, mechanical engineers, tool makers, metal casters, coders, etc come together to develop these repressed technologies, and when perfected to a point they can be created within communities, then new technologies could be created through need bonds, which would form local cooperatives, these cooperative bondsmen would be trained either on site or virtually on line, all information they require freely given open source to all, with the full support of the hub bond in the creation of these diversely located cooperatives.