April 26, 2017, category: Actions
International Paradism Day Celebrations on May 1st
On May 1st, the Paradist movements around the world will celebrate the 6th International day of Paradism.
"The last few months have seen even more technology used to destroy or threaten to destroy lives while billions are spent in campaign to justify them" said Jarel, leader of the International Paradism Party. "Technology should instead be an instrument for peace aiming at liberating the people from their forced labour and bring forward a peaceful society of leisure and abundance for all which we call Paradism."
A basic tenet of the paradism's philosophy states that "human beings shouldn’t have to do what a machine could do.”
"When all the work will be done by robots, human beings will do what they enjoy doing: create, meditate and have fun" explains Jarel. "Money will become useless and disappear. This coming new world will be a real paradise."
Paradism was inspired by Rael, spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement, who explained how life on Earth was created by scientists from another planet whose goal was to see their newly created humanity enjoy every second of their life in the paradise, Earth, that they seeded for them.
"The transition to this new society, during which technology is progressively taking away our jobs, does not have to be accompanied by more misery and suffering" added Jarel". Quite to the contrary. The gains of productivity must be redistributed to all not just a few. In paradism no one is lacking because everything is shared."
For the leader of Paradism, Capitalism and the free market have their roots deeply embedded in self destructive plagues: "wars are profitable, diseases are profitable, Earth’s plundering is profitable, human slavery and inhumane working conditions are profitable. Profits and competition dictate our society while totally unnecessary as there is enough for everybody."
Paradism rallies are planned all over the world on May 1st which will promote the abandon of the obligation of work and the urgency to transform the industry of war into an industry of peace.