How to Create A Healthy, Wealthy, Abundant Nation from the Ashes of America's Demise

March 22nd, 2009

In a related article on (, I discussed the inevitable collapse of America and the opportunity for new nation-states to rise from the ashes. Here, I unveil how such new nation-states might prioritize natural health as a strategy for long-term abundance and happiness for its citizens. Here, I also discuss the possibility of humankind taking conscious control over its own evolution as a way to eliminate behavior traits of selfishness and short-term thinking. It’s a big topic, so let’s start with how some nation-states might restructure themselves to prioritize health and abundance.

In the aftermath of the demise of America, there will be many possibilities for greatly-needed improvements in new systems of governing. Some new nation-states might end representative democracy altogether and opt for Direct Democracy (where people vote via the internet). Other nation-states might replace the old, outdated voting system we all know with Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) (

Many new nation-states will recognize the importance of keeping the population healthy, and they will legalize Free Speech about nutritional supplements, and perhaps even welcome alternative cancer clinics to operate within their borders (which would bring a boon of economic activity from neighboring nation states). Medical tourism could bring huge economic gains to any nation-state wise enough to legalize actual healing within its borders.

In essence, each new nation-state can decide for itself what kind of place it wants to be. Nation-states in the Northeast might decide to keep their pharmaceutical companies as kings, and thereby poison their populations into yet another round of economic destitution. But other nation-states like Hawaii, California and Florida might prioritize natural health and honest food, creating a population of health, productive, happy and abundant people.

Collapse is just the beginning of rebirth

It is the collapse of America as we know it today that will make all this possible. That’s why the collapse of the existing U.S. government is not a negative thing. It’s not even a surprising thing. Rather, it is a transitional phase of the natural rise and fall of nations. (You didn’t think America would last forever, did you?)

In time, all empires come to an end. America’s end is near. And some folks in Washington seem to be accelerating its demise with each passing week. But do not mourn the passing of the once-great nation of America: Its time here on our planet was a great gift to us all. America taught much about what works and what doesn’t. From America’s demise, we are learning the truth about corporations: If given enough legal standing, corporations will rise in power until they control the media, the economy and the government. Today’s corporations are the dominant, corrupt power centers of the State just like the Church was in medieval Europe.

We have also learned the truth about democracies: No democracy can survive its own voters because the voters demand increasingly “handout-minded” Presidents and representatives who inevitably mortgage the country’s future in order to win reelection.

Although this particular sub-topic probably belongs on instead of this site, let me mention this briefly: I hope we have also learned that the right to vote is not something to be granted lightly. For any democracy to have a real future, voting must be a right that is earned through service to the People such as serving two years as a volunteer teacher, or organic farming teacher, or other such programs that help uplift the People.


3 Responses to “How to Create A Healthy, Wealthy, Abundant Nation from the Ashes of America's Demise”

  1. Bifurcatio Says:

    I foresee that the most successful of these new arising nation-states will require a demonstration by its voters a complete understanding that spirituality arises from within the individual in each and every present moment, only taking note of past individuals within whom it has arisen and been expressed.

    Perhaps the root cause of the present problem is the failure of the individual to take responsibility to live spiritually in the present moment, deferring to, worshiping and following archaic instructions of past actors on this stage.

    A successful future will leave no defence for any spiritual path that resides in the past.

  2. Ryan Says:

    I feel that it wouldn’t take the collapse of the U.S. government to facilitate a healthy, wealthy, abundant nation.

    It takes a decision. It is true that there is sometimes a breaking down before a building up in the natural progression of things. But I am a firm believer in principle over precedent. If the people make a collective decision to think and act in a certain way then the government must eventually follow the mandate of the people.

    It all starts with each person. This country was formed from a brave few who bucked the trend and risked their lives for what they believed in. We can keep that spirit alive by making the decision to do what it takes to make this country more healthy, wealthy, and abundant.

    One key element that would foster the growth of the this great nation would be the inclusion of a self-help or motivational curriculum in this early elementary school. We stress reading, writing, and arithmetic when we should be taught the truth from an early age. This truth is that we are in complete control of our destiny. We control what thoughts which we allow to enter our minds. We determine if we become, healthy, wealthy, and abundant. No outside influence, including government, determines the results which we will ultimately receive. Our reality is our choice. The life that we live is the life that we choose to live.

    Thanks for sharing your insight.


  3. Banakilman Says:

    The two previous replies are great. I feel that the original constitution and government as set up by the founding fathers is still a viable and best path to take. However, It is through unrighteousness that it becomes corrupt. True, voters can destroy it and the propensity is to vote for handouts. But the way to preservation of and continuance is through faith and rightiousnes, not suppression of voters. There is something to suppression of unrighteousness which is the underlying problem with the voting priveledge.

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