Paradism is a political system that is similar to communism but has no "proletariat." In a paradist system, robots, nanobots and computers take the place of the proletariat or workforce.
Paradism is based on new technologies, such as robotics, genetic engineering and nanotechnologies.
All production, tools, services and resources that can be efficient without even one human involved can be nationalized.
The nationalization of all production, services and tools provided by robots renders money obsolete since these products, services and tools can now be free.
Communism failed because the very existence of a proletariat created inefficiencies. Without the motivation of financial gain, the population had no incentive to work hard or to come up with creative solutions. Automated production eliminates this problem because computers and robots can be programmed for 100 percent efficiency. In addition, they can be more productive and active than human beings since they do not need rest, sleep or time off for holidays.
Paradist nationalization includes all land and housing, with the exception of family homes.
In a paradist system, elected politicians work only because they are devoted to humanity. They have no financial advantage or powers.
Paradism must first be accepted democratically by a population that understands the advantage of a world without money, where everything is available to every person free of charge. For example, robots already produce cars worldwide with very few humans involved, and even those few will soon be completely replaced by robots.
The same is true for food. Vegetables produced on farms will be harvested by robots, with technology that already exists. Robotized trucks can then deliver the produce directly to consumers, who will select what they want online.
Services will be provided exactly the same way. For example, surgeon robots are already performing tasks more precisely than human surgeons can.
Everything a human being can do can be done better by robots.
Therefore, instead of working only for money, human beings can let all work be accomplished by robots and use their lives to do what they like - creating, doing research and studies, pursuing the arts, or meditating and achieving self-development. Under these conditions, the world will finally reach the level of paradise. That is why this system is called paradism.
A paradist system is already in place on the Elohim Planet, and it is the only possible next step for humanity. It is a process that leads to mondialization (nationalization on a worldwide scale). Nationalization in a paradist process leads naturally to a world government, under which the mondialization of all world resources is a matter of simple justice for all Humanity.
I hope many people will start paradist political parties around the planet and promote this idea. Paradism is coming soon anyway. But the sooner it comes, the better, for it can avert the additional human suffering that will otherwise result from the more terrible and devastating economic crashes that still lie ahead, when all economic and financial systems currently in use fail worldwide.