Margret Baier and Bernd Hückstädt in an interview with Cornelius Braitmaier from SOME1-TV
KÜNZELSAU - A fair economy, a fair currency, a system in which money serves people again and not people serve money. In which nature is a partner and is given back instead of just being exploited. An economy of gratitude and appreciation. This is the vision and the project Gradido.
The existing monetary system is becoming increasingly unbalanced, the gap between rich and poor is widening, and the economy, politics, social life and even our own thinking are caught up in the constraints and dependencies inherent in the power of money.
Gradido is a research project and the hope of many people searching for an economic system that is fit for the future. With a new economic system built on gratitude and promoting the common good, the human family could have a good chance of overcoming the challenges of the 21st century. The Gradido Academy for Economic Bionics is researching such a model.
In the interview we talked about the injustice of the existing system and how Gradido can be a just alternative. About scarcity and fear thinking and how it can be replaced by abundance and gratitude. About economic bionics and how nature serves as a role model and of course about the who, how what why of currency for a future fit for grandchildren.
Many thanks to Cornelius Braitmaier from some1.tv for the nice and informative interview!
Have fun and good insights while watching the video wish you
Margret Baier and Bernd Hückstädt
Gradido founder and developer