He who feeds you, controls you” Thomas Sankara

The flagrant display by the rich who market a superfluous visual of life sits in contrast to the unpredictability that capitalism offers. When folks become rich, they become gurus who speak in support of money and social status. It is sad that those people cannot see beyond the fakeness of capitalism to evaluate its empty promises and its destructive path.

Capitalism is a formula of control where the richest people directs the finances of the poor-and-working class. In clear view, it is not a productive equation because of the waste, greed, and monstrosity it is unleashing on human life and the environment.

I am proposing a 5-Year master-plan for the global world to work to build a world without capital. A world without poverty and homelessness. A world without hunger and families will always have food. A world where mass production is re-defined to meet community needs; instead of market expectations. A world where healthcare is free because no one should have to “buy life, or buy death” when medicine is readily available.

Year 1:

Bring awareness to the coalition’s agenda and communicate the mission of to communities. Build contact list that includes the working class, anti-capitalist organizations, and marginalized groups.

Host monthly zoom meetings with different presenters who are willing to discuss capitalism with an audience. In addition, a newsletter will be featured on the website to inform audiences of the stages of growth.

Year 2:

Begin to craft an exit plan from capitalism and the divisions it supports.

Peruse environmental studies as a baseline to terminate excessive buying that pollutes the soil and the water.

Perform a series of on-the-job walkouts to show how empires cannot function without the contribution of its employees.

Begin strategic conversations with businesses and organizations to soften the boss-employee relationship to that of a simple human interaction. Highlight the issues with capitalism with those heads-of-businesses with hopes of bringing them into the intention of the coalition.

Year 3:

Seek avenues to disrupt the high demand of consumerism and halt the practice of buying products and services that overfeeds the rich. Study the community strategies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and deliver a serious message that conveys the willingness to detach from the impracticality of capitalism.

Study the principles of democracy and its activities in different regions. Make recommendations to political leaders about the inefficiencies of democracy in the world by narrowing in on these issues:

The information divide that is responsible for separating liberals from conservatives

Democracy’s uncanny relationship with capitalism

Its tendency to disrupt other countries’ sovereignty

The heavy focus on military, policing, and venture capitalism

Year 4:

Identify the generations who are in the Gen-X ,and Gen-Z. According to, “Millennial is anyone born between 1980 and 1995. In the U.S., there are roughly 80 million Millennials. A member of Gen Z is anyone born between 1996 and the early-mid 2000s (end date can vary depending on source). In the U.S., there are approximately 90 million members of Gen Z, or “Gen Zers.”

Task those generational groups to connect to the global Gen-Xers and Gen-Zers, so they can receive the transfer of activism. Together, they will prepare for the implementation of stopping capitalism. Thereafter, the age groups, which are in the silent generations, baby boomers, and millennials will serve as support groups.

Year 5:

Four years of effective mobilization of a global people can lead to the end of capitalism. This will happen when we exit from looking at the world through subjective lens to view the world in an objective way.

The yearning for brighter days without deprivation is a common wish, and the deterioration of the global world that capitalism favors can come to an end.

A new ‘ism’ emerges- one that benefits every being and places their needs first without any profit-luring blueprint.