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Global Movement to Help
by
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community

June 1st, 2008

Summary

As a first step to getting help, all nations can and should approve those first three sections on the Scale of Global Rights. Scale of Global Rights The approval would supersede the political and physical borders of participating member nations. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help, bypassing normal government protocols. Somewhat like an emergency unit but at the global level. That is what those first three sections mean. They represent an efficient and immediate emergency response to help. First, participating member nations need to give their approval to the GPA. The GPA is a global organization much like the World Trade Organization (WTO) for trade between nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) for health, or the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFT), South American Community of Nations (SACON) for trade and economics. The GPA offers an efficient emergency response to help. The GPA is a short term solution, an immediate and efficient response to help. There are also long term solutions. As with the short term solution, the most significant long term solution is also related to the Scale of Global Rights. The Scale was entrenched in the Global Constitution and is thus the fundamental guide to Global Law. Now the Scale of Global Rights is a long term solution and is also a part of the Global Movement to Help of the Global Community. The Scale was designed to help all life on Earth. What would be preferable is that nations unite amongst themselves to help. Over time, we have seen the creation of the United Nations, the European Union, the South American Community of Nations, and the North American Free Trade Agreement. Except for the UN, these organizations are mainly concerned with trade and economics. The Global Community offers a more meaningful union in the form of nine or more Global Governments. For instance the South American Community of Nations can be a Global Government by simply accepting the Global Constitution as a way of dealing between member nations. A Global Government is concerned not only with economics and trade, but also with the environment, health, agriculture, energy, food, social, cultural and many other essential aspects. The Federation of Global Governments is the place of meeting between Global Governments. The very first step of the Federation, and maybe the only one for several decades ahead of us, would be the approval of essential services amongst the participating member nations. The Global Community has researched and developed such services and listed them here. All of them are already in operation on a small scale.

Introduction Introduction to  Federation of Global Governments essential services   are offering the	Global Movement to Help

Key words: Global essential services, Global Community, Federation of Global Governments, Global rights, Scale of Global Rights, global citizens, Global Parliament, Global Protection Agency (GPA), Global Information Media (GIM), Earth Government, Earth Executive Council, House of Elected Representatives, House of Advisers, Global Ministries, Ombudspersons Office, volunteering for the Global Community, Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)


The Federation of Global Governments is now applying more emphasis on the urgent need from the people of all nations to give everyone essential services. The Global Community has already declared a planetary state of emergency to that effect. The Global Community Peace Movement has declared a planetary state of emergency Planetary state of emergency

We have shown that several events have contributed to the planetary state of emergency:
A)     widespread poverty and hunger in more than half the world population

B)     The global warming of the planet due to human activities

C)     Climate change

D)     Economic and military invasion of nations by the United States and NATO

E)     Absence of fair and democratic global governance at the United Nations and European Union

F)     Our global environment and global life-support systems are threatened by:

  • any of the above mentioned events
  • pollution worldwide
  • the U.S.A. military exploded war heads over the bottom of the Indian ocean, and that scenario created a tsunami wave in 2004. Just a test, said the captain of the submarine that did it.
  • the U.S.A. military exploded war heads to melt the Polar Cap and glaciers. All nations capable of such an extreme action against humanity and all life on Earth must be disarmed and pay for the independent global investigation. The United States is the only nation that would profit from the melting of the North Pole and is capable of such an extreme action against humanity and all life. Blood resources.


Today, earquakes, cyclones and other natural disasters require a rapid and efficient response from the world to help those in needs. We need to be organized and ready to help. We need all nations to be a part of this Global Movement to Help.

In the chaos after the magnitude 7.9 earthquake in China, which made 5 million homeless, many survivors were separated from their families. Burma was hit by a cyclone at the beginning of the month of May, leaving over two million persons in need of emergency relief. Thousands of children and parents have been separated. Nowadays, natural and human made disasters have become more frequent and require a rapid response to help.

The Global Community offers both a short term solution and a long term solution to the people of all nations. Both solutions have been integrated into the Scale of Global Rights Scale of Global Rights, itself a necessary first step which must be approved by all of us.

The Scale of Global Rights contains six (6) sections. Section 1 has more importance than all other sections below, and so on.

Concerning sections 1, 2, and 3, it shall be the Global Community highest priority to guarantee these rights to their respective Member Nations and to have proper legislation and implement and enforce global law as it applies and as shown in the Global Constitution.

Section  1.    Global [ Ecological, environmental, protection of life-support systems ] rights

Section  2.    Primordial human rights
  • safety and security
  • have shelter
  • 'clean' energy
  • a 'clean' and healthy environment
  • drink fresh water
  • breath clean air
  • eat a balance diet
  • basic clothing
  • universal health care and education, and
  • employment for all.

Section  3.    The Global [ Ecological, environmental, protection of life-support systems ] rights, and the primordial human rights of future generations


As a first step to getting help, all nations can and should approve those first three sections on the Scale. The approval would supersede a nation political and physical border anywhere in the world. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help. Somewhat like an emergency unit but at the global level. That is what those first three sections mean. An efficient and immediate emergency response to help.

First, participating member nations need to give their approval to the GPA.

The GPA is a global organization much like the World Trade Organization (WTO) for trade between nations, or the World Health Organization (WHO) for health. The GPA offers an efficient emergency response to help.

The GPA is a short term solution, an immediate response to help. There are also long term solutions. As with the short term solution, the most significant long term solution is also related to the Scale of Global Rights.

Since year 1985 the Global Community has organized the Global Dialogue to probe the Peoples of the world, people from all nations, as to what it will take to make living on Earth sustainable, now and for the next generations. Results were published in our Proceedings. Global Proceedings of the Global Community

Global Rights year one Global Rights year one is a new impetus of the Global Community to educate everyone about the need for a change in thinking and of doing things amongst all nations. We need to realize what is a priority, what is the most important, and what is the least important for our survival. We need to make hard choices. We need a clear vision. We need a common vision. And we must all change! There are many important aspects of our lives we can no longer do, or should never do anymore. They are destructive. Humanity and all life can no longer afford activities that destroy life and the global environment. And there are other activities we must do, certainly thousands of them, to assure the survival of life on Earth. In view of the planetary state of emergency we all must change, we must do things differently to give life on Earth a better survival chance.

And this is what Global Rights year one is about: to establish global fundamentals and a clear vision to follow.

Perhaps the Scale of Human and Earth Rights represents the strongest pillar of our vision.

In 1985, the Scale of Human and Earth Rights was first proposed as a replacement to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. After several decades of research and development, many global dialogues, we still find the Scale as the best solution to global problems. The Scale has now been titled the Scale of Global Rights. Scale of Global Rights Human and Earth rights  Scale of Human and Earth Rights Chapter X   of the Global Constitution is about the  Scale of Human and Earth Rights

Today, we are presenting once more the Scale as the best educating tool to bring about the change the people of the world need to achieve for their own survival.

Now the Scale of Global Rights is a long term solution and is also a part of theGlobal Movement to Help of the Global Community. In itself the Scale was designed to help all life on Earth. What would be preferable is that nations unite amongst themselves to help. Over time, we have seen the creation of the United Nations, the European Union, the South American Community of Nations, and the North American Free Trade Agreement. Except for the UN, these organizations are mainly concerned with trade and economics. The Global Community offers a more meaningful union in the form of nine or more Global Governments. For instance the South American Community of Nations can be a Global Government by simply accepting the Global Constitution as a way of dealing between member nations. A Global Government is concerned not only with economics and trade, but also with the environment, health, agriculture, energy, food, social, cultural and many other essential aspects.

The Federation of Global Governments would be the place of meeting between Global Governments. The very first step of the Federation, and maybe the only one, would be the approval of essential services amongst the participating member nations. The Global Community has researched and developed such services and listed them here. All of them are already in operation on a small scale.


Global Protection Agency (GPA) Global Emergency, Rescue and Relief Centre Agency of Global Police (AGP) Global Information Media (GIM) Global Dialogue Press releases Proclamations Newsletters Investigative and development reports Correspondence Proceedings of the Global Dialogue as evaluated by the Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC) Global Ministries Global peace and disarmament Basic Universal Health Care Global sustainable agriculture aspects and issues Global security for all life  aspects and issues Global Citizens Global Rights Protection of the Global Environment  Global Sustainability aspects and issues Global businesses and trade Research, development and planning  Global justice for all life   The Global Judiciary    Earth Court of Justice   Integrating into our ways of life global standards and practices, and global law for the protection of the global life-support systems    Chapter 14.2    B.6     Global Community Ombudspersons Office Our volunteers will help you  Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)


Federation of Global Governments essential services

Global Protection Agency (GPA) Global Protection Agency (GPA)
Global Emergency, Rescue and Relief Centre Global Emergency, Rescue and Relief Centre
Agency of Global Police (AGP) Agency of Global Police (AGP)
Global Information Media (GIM) Global Information Media (GIM)
Global Dialogue Global Dialogue
Press releases Press releases
Proclamations Proclamations
Newsletters Newsletters
Investigative and development reports Investigative and development reports
Correspondence Correspondence
Proceedings of the Global Dialogue as evaluated by the Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC) Proceedings of the Global Dialogue as evaluated by the Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)
Global Ministries Global Ministries
Global peace and disarmament Global peace and disarmament
Basic Universal Health Care Basic Universal Health Care
Global sustainable agriculture aspects and issues Global sustainable agriculture aspects and issues
Global security for all life aspects and issues Global security for all life  aspects and issues
Global Citizens Global Citizens
Global Rights Global Rights
Protection of the Global Environment Protection of the Global Environment
Global Sustainability aspects and issues Global Sustainability aspects and issues
Global businesses and trade Global businesses and trade
Research, development and planning Research, development and planning
Global justice for all life  Global justice for all life
The Global Judiciary   The Global Judiciary
Earth Court of Justice    Earth Court of Justice
Integrating into our ways of life global standards and practices, and global law for the protection of the global life-support systems   Integrating into our ways of life global standards and practices, and global law for the protection of the global life-support systems
Global Community Ombudspersons Office   Chapter 14.2    B.6     Global Community Ombudspersons Office
Our volunteers will help you Our volunteers will help you
Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)  Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)



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