The principle of value and trade
Things that cost nothing are worth nothing.
A healthy body takes time and effort invested in exercise and food preparation. A powerful mind costs the hours invested in reading and studying. Many costs don’t require money to pay, but money gives a numerical value to everything on this planet to facilitate commerce.
Money is the negotiable currency of knowledge and effort. p>
The sole purpose of money is to assign a numerical value to knowledge and effort for the purposes of trading. A law student exchanges money with a school for the knowledge he needs for his career. The knowledge that a lawyer has acquired from his teachers is exchanged for money, which in turn can be exchanged for the knowledge and effort of others, even if they do not need the services of a lawyer.
Valuable things are never free, because if they were free they would have no value.
If the Illuminati don’t need to make a profit, why not give unlimited money to anyone who asks? Why are wills available to order when our organization can provide free copies to all citizens? A house is worth more than a handful of sand for the effort and materials required to build it. The arena requires no knowledge, no effort, no materials to build it, therefore it has no value. There is value in the words of the Wills, but also value in the trees that must be cut down for the paper, in the workers who must create the drawings, models and illustrations, in the ink for printing, in the packaging for delivery. Hundreds of human minds with decades of experience scrutinize every element of will production, while some minds simply stand by, complaining about the costs of printing, designing, packaging and delivering to your door. While the Illuminati don’t need profit, we also don’t need people who can’t see value in things that aren’t free.
Money means nothing to whoever prints it.
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