Money itself is essentially benign. It’s represents power. A symbol of time. Gaining money is everything when lack of it causes suffering, and breadth of it causes bliss, or 1st world problems anyway. Money is not likely to ever go away. Its function is too effective. It quantifies an ephemeral power, necessary for direction. But money itself has nothing to say about what men OUGHT to do. Money is like fuel for a machine. What the machine becomes, and the identity and truth value money takes is up to us. Using money, to generate more money for private interests, who’s goals only coincide with the people’s needs when there is money to be made, hasn’t created a responsible equilibrium.Though we are not way off course, we could become so if the system becomes too large and uncontrollable. A good example of this is the military industrial complex. Once you have spent billions of dollars on military equipment, if you want to deplete those assets, so you’re equipment doesn’t become obsolete, go start a war. Business starts wars. Unchecked detached quantitative bean counting starts wars. The global population has to rise up against this.