In case you consider monetary reform and alternative currencies as a perfect utopia, debt slavery can also be eliminated in this way, by returning to the cave on life without money.
Daniel Suelo lives in caves in the canyonlands of U.S. state of Utah. Brave decision to quit the modern lifestyle, characterized primarily by the absolute dependence on debt money, has transformed Daniel into a man who survives by harvesting wild foods and eating animals killed on the road by motor vehicles.
Although without a job, Daniel refuse government welfare. He has no bank account, no credit cards and no cash. Daniel Suelo is indeed a man who renounced any connection with the concept of money.
Avoiding the traps of living in modern civilization with this method may seem extremistic at first view, but Daniel is not a radical isolationist. Since abandoning money in 2000, the former cook from Moab, Utah has remained an active member of his community and avid blogger.
Mark Sundeen, author of "The Man Who Quit Money", admits that most people take Daniel's alternative life style for particular kind of bizzarity. However, global financial crisis that has opened the door to the abyss in 2007 has led many to reexamine taboo theme "the value of money". Through this YouTube video, Mark gives us a short introduction to Daniel's life philosophy.