Social Economic Plan

Social Economic Plan

Wealth and Equity Distribution

The first task of establishing a resilient, viable and sustainable economic plan is to maximise efficiency of whatever resources are readily available.

We have 6 key stages of strategy:

1. Census Identification

One of the first tasks of our strategy will be to conduct a census of all our available human resources within the macro Kingdom as well as on a micro community scale. Strategic consensus between the administrative body and the communities of the Kingdom is key to success.

This means efficiently identifying the skills and talents of the people as well as the industrial and environmental potential of the communities’ chosen settlement.

2. Project Planning

The next step will be to identify and plan a variety of suitable generative projects for each community matched by the individual and collective skills and talents of the community.

These projects will be meticulously well planned generative models based on the ethos, Tenets and Laws of the Kingdom. All residents of any chosen community will share an equal stake in all community based projects based on our PI Energy Generative Gift program (P.E.G.G.).

3. The P.E.G.G. Management Program

The P.E.G.G. program is established on the principle of all members of the community gifting their energy, skills and talents to help generate collective wealth and abundance for their individual lives, communities and the Kingdom at large.

Each member of the community will pledge a set minimum weekly or monthly amount of their time, energy and skills towards various community generative projects.

This creates a powerful free labour force inspired by the ethos and values of community abundance created through common unity. This co-operative labour force will allow for a free abundant equitable distribution of goods and produce for all members of the community who participate.

4. Quantitative Distribution

This next stage of the program will involve the community analysing how much as a collective they will consume and of everything they produce. Then using our unique quantitative scaling system, they will produce at least three times more than they need.

  • One third for consumption
  • One third for reserves
  • One third for regeneration, trade and export

However, it is important to remember that this quantitative scaling equation will only be relatively utilised with appropriate proportion to the balance of the local natural resources. This in accordance with the Pineal Tenets and Laws of honouring and respecting the Earth entrusted unto us.

5. Surplus Reservation and Regeneration

Surplus Reservation and Regeneration is all about managing excess production.

As with all self-sustainable systems, production, consumption and regeneration must always be kept in symbiotic balance with the local natural environment.

A well-managed economic production system should organically meet our three-tier quantitative scaling system of consumption, reserve and regeneration.

Whatever is surplus production will always first be considered for community charitable reservation before it’s considered for regenerative trade and export.

Whatever is left for regeneration is traded to the open market of neighbouring communities and even exported beyond the Kingdom’s territories if feasible and viable.

6. Equity Share

Since our Kingdom is founded on the principles of equality through abundance, profit is not an objective of our Kingdom’s socio-economic system.

As a co-operative based society, community wealth over individual wealth will always be the main objective. It will always be in the best interests of all parties of the Kingdom to focus their individual vested interests on the growth of the collective rather than the individual.

In this system, the power and wealth is in the hands of the people rather than in the hands of the administrative governing bodies.

This then means that the more successful individual communities are, the abundantly wealthier the Kingdom will become.

Gross Economic Assimilation and Regulation Systems (G.E.A.R.S.)

Within our society wealth and equity will be distributed, shared and valued on the expenditure of time and energy rather than on ownership. This is in line with the ethos and spirit of our founding Pineal Tenets and Laws.

Since we as humans are custodians in trust of wherever upon the earth we choose to settle, there will be no ownership of natural resources such as land, water or air. Instead, all equitable resources will be classed as shared equity.

However, as with all progressive societies, the Kingdom will have economically viable trading solutions to allow for the currency of energy and time to be efficiently exchangeable.

This of course means an officially recognisable tradable currency, used as a medium form of energy exchange between two or more parties within internal and external trading markets.

Our currency will manifest and operate in two forms: physical currency and digitised currency.

Pione Physical Currency

Our physical currency will materialise as recognisable and officially regulated minted coins, known as "Pione Coins".

Pione Coins will be minted and regulated by the Kingdom of Pineal’s chosen administrative governing body – Paraíso Imensurável (PI).

This central regulation of currency will not be based on legislative or legal economic policies, but rather on the values of fair equity and trust in line with the founding Tenets of the Kingdom.

The duty of the Pineal Kingdom’s financial administrative body will only be to monitor and manage financial operating systems and methods in line with trading standards that are agreed upon. Values and denominations of Pione Coins will be regulated based on three criteria:

  • Type of metal minted, valued and regulated according to perceived intrinsic value as a precious metal in accordance with world-wide accepted standards and values.

  • Availability of coins in circulation relative to supply and demand. This applies internally within the Kingdom as well as externally.

  • Size and weight of minted coin relative to its perceived intrinsic value as a precious metal, in accordance with world accepted standards.

Pione Digital Currency

The Pineal crypto currency also known as the Pione Coin will be a digitised version of the physical Pione Coin.

The Pione Coin will – like many cryptocurrencies – consist of a limited amount of coins.

The implementation, application and effectiveness of this digital currency will substantially rely on the resources and infrastructure available to implement and manage these systems.

Gross Domestic Production (G.D.P.) Model

The Pione Coin (physical and digital) G.D.P. will be based on the Kingdom’s human resources based on gross energy expenditure and production in areas like:

  • Education – creativity, information and organic technology
  • Culture – social community amenities, services, health and well-being
  • Agriculture – crop farming for food, textile, building and energy

Agricultural Ethos – Organic

Organic agriculture can be defined as:

An integrated farming system that strives for sustainability, the enhancement of soil fertility and biological diversity whilst prohibiting synthetic pesticides, antibiotics, synthetic fertilisers, genetically modified organisms, and growth hormones.

This agricultural ethos is in line with the Pineal Tenets and Laws of living.

For more in depth analysis of The Kingdom of Pineal agricultural ethics, methods and practices, please study the Pineal – Natural Organic Wealth Manifesto (N.O.W.).

Agricultural G.D.P. Plan

Sustainable agriculture is farming efficiently but also ethically, which means meeting society’s food and material needs without compromising ecological symbiosis and resilience for future generations to meet their needs.

As a result, the Kingdom’s technological and educational programs will be geared towards self-sustainable and organic agricultural methods and practices in line with the Pineal Tenets and Laws. With this in mind the majority of The Kingdom of Pineal’s resources will be invested in ecosystem services, biodiversity, land regeneration, and sustainable land management practices and technologies.

Developing sustainable agricultural systems contributes to the sustainability of the society’s human population in ratio to its resources.

If not properly managed, agriculture has the potential to cause an enormous environmental footprint, playing a significant role in causing micro climate change, water scarcity, land degradation, deforestation and other processes.

A sustainable future can be feasible if growth in material consumption is in proportion with population growth, which means efficiency of material and energy use. In order for this vision to be achieved, long and short-term goals will need to be balanced enhancing equity and quality of life for all.

To ensure that the Kingdom’s G.D.P. is resilient and sustainable, we will need to ensure that we use resilient and sustainable methods and processes of agriculture in line with our socio-economic vision. As a result, fruit, vegetable and particularly hemp farming and production is at the centre of the Kingdom of Pineal’s wealth G.D.P. plans.

Agricultural – Hemp

Hemp is a weed which means it grows prolifically with little water and no need for pesticides or any form of inorganic. It takes up relatively little space, produces more pulp per acre than trees and is biodegradable. Hemp crops also benefit the Earth as they return nutrients to the soil as well as balance carbon dioxide levels.

Hemp is a highly efficient and resourceful plant as every part of it can be used. The biodegradable stalk outer fibres can be used to make textiles, canvas and rope while its woody inner core can be used to make paper, wood and plastic as well as other construction materials.

Hemp seeds are high in protein, fibre, omega fats and various other nutrients. This makes it a very sustainable healthy source of food particularly within a plant based diet. The seeds also contain oil which can be used in making paints, adhesives, cooking and plastics. Even the leaves can be eaten or used to make juice.

In essence, hemp is a more sustainable, organic and regenerative agricultural crop than any other known crop on Earth.