"Up to 2021, less than 1% of humanity controlled everything because they owned everything. Greed became normalised and we began destroying ourselves on a colossal scale. Ironically, a pandemic connected everyone and we figured it out just in time!"

Why are so many of today’s institutions harming our future?

We have the choice to increase the value of every government AND better the lives of every human being. Or face the worst global recession in history. But, until we change this to a public vote, the latter is chosen for us by our financial institutions.

Being institutionalised has a far broader reach than most of us realise. It is the general social instinct to think and do what is expected of you, by the institute that controls your way of life. Most of humanity is institutionalised by varying amounts. The most institutionalised are from finance, politics and the military. Naturally, the less institutionalised people are less included by institutions.

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General Institutionalism


Governments control the public’s way of life. This is what we all know and vote for. But it doesn’t stop there. A very small number of people control the world’s financial institutions. They are unelected, but because economic systems are used to govern our way of life, this gives them ultimate power over politics. With just these few people having so much influence over politics, this is the definition of today’s institutionalism. This way of life has led to the world’s biggest problems.



Today’s institutionalism is passed down from one generation to the next. The media maintains this way of life. The more institutionalised a news outlet is, the more it publishes what it thinks its readers expect.

Financial institutions controlling politics

There is no argument that just a very small number of people control the world’s resources. These people are taking advantage of this way of life while they can. The question is, who can blame them? The answer is, the 99%+ of the world’s population can blame this as the primary cause of the world’s biggest problems. From inequality and discrimination to greed, wars, mass migration, climate change and pandemics.

Diversity is the exact opposite of today’s institutionalism. So, a population of 8 billion is overtaking the leadership of its political and financial institutions.” (Head of Global SafetyWatch®)


LOCKDOWN BECOMES A VERY REAL WAKE-UP CALL We ran an experiment starting from before anyone was aware of COVID-19. It started on 12/12/2019 finished on 01/07/2020. This introduced the need for, and many benefits of, empowering global democracy. It revealed the more institutionalised people have become, the more they have resisted change. The less they have been able to think and understand outside of what they think their institutions would want. But, world events during the first lockdown connected everyone. This made many people reflect on today’s way of life. The more institutionalised types of people have begun trying harder to understand and engage with this needed change.

“It is very sad that all the people and institutions this is referring to are forcing their heads in the sand. Initiatives like this won’t be taken seriously until our way of life becomes more unbearable for them. Unless we put money into this now.” (UK Government figurehead)

Today’s institutionalism is the reason most people do not vote

We vote for politicians giving them ultimate power for many years. Trusting them to always vote the right way for each person. And allowing the responsible public vote for all important matters.  Some politicians do not win power because of their politics, but because their parties have geographical strongholds. Some may only win power if their opponents are an even worse option. Some politicians are corrupt. All politicians are controlled by today’s financial systems.