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(Global Dialogue 2022 begins September 1st, 2021 and concludes on August 31st, 2022)
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I. Global Movement to Help
II. Global Ministries:
- I. A) The Global Movement to Help , an initiative of Global Community and of 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.
- I. B)
Peace is being who you are without fear. It is the "being who you are" who must be taught a value based on principles to live by. Principles described in Global Law are necessary and required to attain Peace in the world.
III. Building a Global Civilization for all life.
IV. Making clear to all people what they can no longer do, and what they must do for survival.
- II. A) Global Ministry of Essential Services
- II. B) Ministry of Global Resources
- II.B a) Primordial human rights are those human rights that individuals have by virtue of their very existence as human beings.
- II.B b) What Global Community stands for and Essential Services.
- II.B c) Politics and Justice without borders and global voting.
- II.B d) Global Parliament and Essential Services.
- II.B e) Humanity sees the need to manage world affairs in several aspects of our lives:
e 1) Introduction
e 2) Who owns the Earth?
e 3) Earth management and governance
e 4) Criteria for sovereignty
e 5) Description of critical resources
e 6) Health Rights
e 7) Earth Rights
e 8) Global Rights
e 9) Scale of Global Rights
e 10) Protection of rights and resources
e 11) Management of resources
e 12) Preventive actions against polluters
11.4 Electromagnetic waves
11.10 Fossil fuels
e 13) Recommendations
- II. C) Ministry of Global Peace in government
- II.C a) The Canadian experience is the pathway to Peace in the world.
- II.C b) Global Protection Agency (GPA)
- II. D) Earth Environmental Governance
- II.D a) Earth Environmental Governance can only be achieved successfully within the larger context of Sustainable Development and Earth Management. All aspects are inter-related and affect one another. A healthy environment is essential to long term prosperity and well-being of Global Community citizens. That demands a high level of ecological protection. This is the 'raison d'etre' of the Scale of Global Rights to guide us all toward the survival of our species.
- II. E) Earth Ministry of Health
- II.E a) Global Community is calling for the immediate formation
of the Earth Ministry of Health. The globalization of trade, the extensive
movement of people all over the world, the increase of poverty and diseases in
developing countries and all over the world, have caused pathogens and exotic
diseases to migrate over enormous distances and now, are an increasing threat to
local ecosystems and communities, economies and health of every human being and
all life. Global Community is calling this threat of the upmost importance and
must be dealt with immediately by every nation. We must manage health in the
- II.E b) The Global Community is asking nation governments to give their support for the network of collaborating laboratories managed by the World Health Organization (WHO). We are proposing to expand WHO's mandate.
- II.E c) Universal health care, education, retirement security and employment services to every Global Community citizen.
- II. F) Global Ministry of Forests
- II.F a) Why population growth matters to the future of forests?
The world's forests provide goods and services essential to
human and planetary well-being. But forests are disappearing faster today than
ever before. Due both to deforestation and human population growth, the
current ratio of forests to human beings is less than half what it was in 1960.
Yet we not only need more forests, we need forests more than ever before–to
protect the world's remaining plant and animal life, to prevent flooding, to
slow human-induced climate change, and to provide the paper on which education
and communication still depend. More efficient consumption of forest products
and eventual stabilization of human population will be needed to conserve the world's
forests in the coming millennium.
- II.F b) Population policies based on human development and the Scale of Global Rights offer the greatest hope for the future of forests. This is not an argument for population "control" but for the social investments
that allow couples to choose when to have children and how many to have.
Programs linking conservation activities with family planning services show
promise for achieving both the sustainable use of forests and greater
acceptance of reproductive health services.
- II.F c) Deforestation is the removal of
trees, often as a result of human activities. It is often cited as one of the
major causes of the enhanced greenhouse effect. Trees remove carbon (in the
form of carbon dioxide) from the atmosphere during the process of
photosynthesis. Both the rotting and burning of wood releases this stored
carbon carbon dioxide back in to the atmosphere.
- II.F d) The dominant force in forest loss is growth in the demand for
farmland. Subsistence agriculture is the principal cause of forest loss. Slash-and-burn farming and other
traditional techniques were sustainable for centuries when population
densities were lower. Today they are a major factor, along with the expansion
of commercial farms and livestock grazing areas, in the permanent conversion
of wooded land to agriculture. The need to increase food production is
expected to accelerate the forest-to-farmland cycle, especially in countries
where alternatives for meeting this demand are limited.
- II.F e) Losses of biomass through
deforestation and the cutting down of tropical forests put our supply of
oxygen (O2) gas at risk. The Earth's forests did not use
to play a dominant role in maintaining O2 reserves because
they consume just as much of this gas as they produce. Today forests are being
destroy at an astronomical rate. No O2 is created after a
forest is put down, and more CO2 is produced in the process. In the
tropics, ants, termites, bacteria, and fungi eat nearly the entire
photosynthetic O2 product. Only a tiny fraction of the
organic matter they produce accumulates in swamps and soils or is carried down
the rivers for burial on the sea floor. The O2 content of
our atmosphere is slowly declining. The content of the atmosphere decreased at
an average annual rate of 2 parts per million. The atmosphere contains 210,000
parts per million. Combustion of fossil fuels destroys O2.
For each 100 atoms of fossil-fuel carbon burned, about 140 molecules of O2 are consumed.
Why population growth matters to the future of forests?
In some countries, forests and other vegetation are being burned away at alarming rates to satisfy the growing demand for agricultural land.
The world's forests provide goods and services essential to human and planetary well-being. But forests are disappearing faster today than ever before. Due both to deforestation and human population growth, the current ratio of forests to human beings is less thn half what it was in 1960. Yet we not only need more forests, we need forests more than ever before–to protect the world's remaining plant and animal life, to prevent flooding, to slow human-induced climate change, and to provide the paper on which education and communication still depend. More efficient consumption of forest products and eventual stabilization of human population–a prospect that appears more promising today as birthrates decline–will be needed to conserve the world's forests in the coming millennium.
Half of the world's original forest cover is gone, a loss that reflects humanity's intensive use of land since the invention of farming. Of the forest that remains, less than one-fourth could be considered relatively undisturbed by human activity. The vast primeval forests of Europe and Asia survive today only as patchwork remnants of secondary growth, much of it vulnerable to logging, encroachment by development, pollution, fire and disease.
- II. G) Global Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production and Distribution
- II.G a) Global Community has shown that at
the world level, there is not enough sufficient agricultural production to meet
increases in demand. Climate change due to
global warming has started having significant impacts on food production, and
crop production in most countries is projected to be significantly less
than in the 1990s. A global ministry on food production and distribution is
therefore a most needed institution.
- II.G b) We also need to form a global
ministry dealing only about agriculture and the protection of our soils. All
nations must be part of the ministry. We have to design systems of food
production that meet our own needs, and also leave room for these other life
forms we want to take along with us.
- II.G c) Western agriculture is designed
in the end to maximize profit. As a primordial human right, the prime concern
of the human species is to feed people. Therefore we have to do things
differently. We will have to produce less livestock as we effectively double
the population we need to feed: ourselves, plus the livestock that is supposed
to be feeding us.
- II.G d) We also have to apportion the land surface of the
whole world more efficiently, using some for highly intensive food production
(which makes use of less land), some for extensive agriculture (combining food
production with wildlife conservation) and designing some specifically as
wilderness areas with global corridors between them.
- II. G) Global Community realizes how urgent
it is of taking action now to fulfil our responsibility to achieve food
security for present and future generations. Attaining food security is a
complex task for which the primary responsibility rests with individual
governments. They have to develop an enabling environment and have policies
that ensure peace, as well as social, political and economic stability and
equity and gender equality. Global Community expresses our deep concern
over the persistence of hunger which, on such a scale, constitutes a threat
both to national societies and, through a variety of ways, to the stability of
Global Community itself.
- II. H) Global Civilization Ministry of Peace and Disarmament
- II.H a) The uprisings, demonstrations, revolutions, occupy events are all
symptomatic of the need for change arising from the very core
and heart of humanity. We need new ways of thinking, acting and
being, placing priority on the interconnectedness of all life.
This realisation like giant ripples is affecting the whole
family of human kind.
- II. I) Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs: Global Government of Africa
- II.I a) Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent, after Asia in both cases. At about 30.3 million km2 (11.7 million square miles) including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20% of its land area. With 1.3 billion people as of 2018, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. Africa's population is the youngest amongst all the continents; the median age in 2012 was 19.7, when the worldwide median age was 30.4. Despite a wide range of natural resources, Africa is the least wealthy continent per capita, in part due to geographic impediments, legacies of European colonization in Africa and the Cold War, predatory/neo-colonialistic activities by Western nations and China, and undemocratic rule and deleterious policies. Despite this low concentration of wealth, recent economic expansion and the large and young population make Africa an important economic market in the broader global context.
- II.I b) Africa is home to much biodiversity; it is the continent with the largest number of megafauna species, as it was least affected by the extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna. However, Africa also is heavily affected by a wide range of environmental issues, including desertification, deforestation, water scarcity, and other issues. These entrenched environmental concerns are expected to worsen as climate change impacts Africa. The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has identified Africa as the continent most vulnerable to climate change.
The History of Africa is long, complex, and has often been under-appreciated by the global historical community. Africa, particularly Eastern Africa, is widely accepted as the place of origin of humans and the Hominidae clade (great apes). The earliest hominids and their ancestors have been dated to around 7 million years ago, including Sahelanthropus tchadensis, Australopithecus africanus, A. afarensis, Homo erectus, H. habilis and H. ergaster— the earliest Homo sapiens (modern human) remains, found in Ethiopia, South Africa, and Morocco, date to circa 200,000, 259,000, and 300,000 years ago respectively, and Homo sapiens is believed to have originated in Africa around 350,000–260,000 years ago.
Early human civilizations, such as Ancient Egypt and Carthage emerged in North Africa. Following a subsequent long and complex history of civilizations, migration and trade, Africa hosts a large diversity of ethnicities, cultures and languages. The last 400 years have witnessed an increasing European influence on the continent. Starting in the 16th century, this was driven by trade, including the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, which created large African diaspora populations in the Americas. In the late 19th century, European countries colonized almost all of Africa, extracting resources from the continent and exploiting local communities; most present states in Africa emerged from a process of decolonisation in the 20th century.
- II.I c) African environmental issues are caused by anthropogenic effects on the African natural environment and have major impacts on humans and nearly all forms of endemic life. Issues include for example deforestation, soil degradation, air pollution, climate change and water scarcity (resulting in problems with access to safe water supply and sanitation). Nearly all of Africa's environmental problems are geographically variable and human induced.
Climate change in Africa is an increasingly serious threat for Africans as Africa is among the most vulnerable continents to climate change. Anthropogenic climate change is already a reality in Africa, as it is elsewhere in the world. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the vulnerability of Africa to climate change is driven by a range of factors that include weak adaptive capacity, high dependence on ecosystem goods for livelihoods, and less developed agricultural production systems. The risks of climate change on agricultural production, food security, water resources and ecosystem services will likely have increasingly severe consequences on lives and sustainable development prospects in Africa. Managing this risk requires an integration of mitigation and adaptation strategies in the management of ecosystem goods and services, and the agriculture production systems in Africa.
Over the coming decades, warming from climate change is expected across almost all the Earth's surface, and global mean rainfall will increase. Regional effects on rainfall in the tropics are expected to be much more spatially variable and the sign of change at any one location is often less certain, although changes are expected. Consistent with this, observed surface temperatures have generally increased over Africa since the late 19th century to the early 21st century by about 1 °C, but locally as much as 3 °C for minimum temperature in the Sahel at the end of the dry season. Observed precipitation trends indicate spatial and temporal discrepancies as expected. The observed changes in temperature and precipitation vary regionally.
- II. J) Global Ministry of Water Resources Protection
- II.J a) During the past decades various changes have taken place in political, economic and social institutions. Economic reforms, changes in national policies, and global concerns have contributed to redefine the roles of these institutions for Sustainable Development. The environmental movements express the concerns of groups of people regarding depletion of water, climate change aspects, degradation of land and other changes in ecosystems affecting traditional patterns of natural resource exploitation. Global Community has taken the role of helping these groups in protecting and managing the environment by coordinating efforts.
Earth Environmental Governance is the most importance and urgent challenge of Global Community. The Earth Ministry of the Environment is proposing a meeting of all the Ministers of the Environment. Each country in the world will send their Minister of the Environment to meet during the global dialogue on Earth Management - all Peoples together. The roundtable discussion will also include experts from interested groups, environmental institutions, policy specialists from non-governmental organizations, and the public. There is a need to centralize and coordinate efforts into one Ministry of the Environment: the Earth Ministry of the Environment. Discussion about the financial support will be a priority. A comprehensive and reliable system will be proposed to coordinate efforts from all over the world. Anyone willing to participate in the discussion roundtable may send an abstract/research paper now.
- II.J b)
Earth Environmental Governance can only be achieved successfully within the larger context of Sustainable Developent and Earth Management. All aspects are inter-related and affect one another. A healthy environment is essential to long term prosperity and well-being of Global Community citizens. That demands a high level of ecological protection. This is the 'raison d'etre' of the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.
Primordial human rights are those human rights that individuals have by virtue of their very existence as human beings: to live, eat, drink fresh water, breath clean air, and have shelter. These rights are separate categories than ecological rights, the right of the greatest number of people, economic rights, social rights, cultural rights and religious rights. Ecological and primordial human rights are the only rights that have existed unchanged throughout the evolutionary origin of our species. Any major change would have threatened our very existence. All other human rights listed here are rights created by human beings and can be changed depending of new circumstances; they are not stagnant but are rather flexible and adaptive, and they can evolve.
Ecological and primordial human rights of this generation and of future generations are therefore much more important than any other human rights existing now and in the future.
In this way the Scale of Human and Earth Rights gives us a sense of direction for future planning and managing of the Earth. Earth management is now well defined and becomes a goal to achieve. We no longer waste energy and resources in things that are absolutely unimportant.
It has also become a necessity of establishing the Earth Resources Ministry that will be assessing, compiling, managing and protecting Earth resources, and the Earth Court of Justice prosecuting cases involving crimes related to the relentless misused of the Earth resources.
- II. K) Global Environment Ministry
- II.K a)
Human‐induced climate change requires urgent action. Humanity is the major influence on the global climate change observed over the past 50 years. Rapid societal responses can significantly lessen negative outcomes. The dominant cause of the rapid change in climate of the past half century is human-induced increases in the amount of atmospheric greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide (CO2), chlorofluorocarbons, methane, and nitrous oxide. The evidence is well established: global warming is occurring. If no significant mitigating actions are taken, major disruptions in the Earth’s physical and ecological systems, social systems, security and human health are likely to occur. We must reduce emissions of greenhouse gases beginning now.
Global warming is real and so is climate change. Human activities are responsible to those events worldwide. There will always be uncertainty in understanding a system as complex as the world’s climate. However there is now strong evidence that significant global warming is occurring. Most of the warming in recent decades can be attributed to human activities. The evidence comes from direct measurements of rising surface air temperatures and subsurface ocean temperatures and from phenomena such as increases in average global sea levels, retreating glaciers, and changes to many physical and biological systems.
Realizing that the world global economic development and use of global resources are out of control and forcing a complete collapse of Global Community, and realizing that international trade agreements are all obsolete and primitive, and that all those human activities by large are causing the destruction of livelihood worldwide and that of the next generations, endangering all lifeforms on the planet, putting in great danger all global ecosysytems, in short threatening the survival of all life on our planet, we need a complete turn around of our ways of doing things in business and trade, in global development and the management of global resources, and we must replace the United Nations by Global Parliament with the immediate action to form the Global Trade and Resources Ministry as promoted by Global Civilizational State . Other essential global ministries have also been developed and promoted by Global Parliament.
From now on, building global communities for peace require understanding of global problems this generation is facing. There are several major problems: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, overconsumption in developed nations, unemployment, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, fauna and flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet. We need to build global communities that will manage themselves with the understanding of those problems. All aspects are interrelated: global peace, global sustainability, global rights and the environment. The jobless are more concerned with ending starvation, finding a proper shelter and employment, and helping their children to survive. Environmental issues become meaningless to the jobless. In reality, all concerns are interrelated because the ecology of the planet has no boundaries. Obviously, as soon as our environment was destroyed or polluted beyond repair, human suffering is next.
The "Global Civilizational State Movement to Help" is showing us that humanity needs and wants are so destructive to itself and to all life on Earth that something significant must be done to protect this amazing life heritage, not just for ourselves but the next generations. Over the last Century humanity has been depleting and degrading the natural capital of Earth, rich agricultural soils, its groundwater stored during ice ages, and its biodiversity. Overpopulation and increasing per capita consumption are major reasons for the depleting of resources. Politicians and business executives are under the delusion that such a disastrous end to the modern human enterprise and institutions can be avoided by technological fixes that will allow the population and the economy to grow forever. People from Wall Street live a dream life. Our current way of life is unsustainable. We are the first species that will have to self-consciously impose limits on ourselves if we are to survive. Can we really believe this world can go forward indefinitely, a few decades? We are seeing the end of the era of cheap fossil energy, and there is no viable large-scale replacements for that energy.
It's time for us to come to terms with reality.
We need ways of organizing ourselves to help us live in a world with less energy and fewer material goods. We need to recover a deep sense of community that has disappeared from many of our lives. The world is in global crisis and a planetary state of emergency. We are exploiting our natural resources, minerals and fuels faster than we are gaining access to alternative sources. We are polluting the natural environment faster than the environment can regenerate itself to reach the level suitable for human needs. We are changing the global climate dangerously. Our attitude and way of life show a moral degradation toward the existing forms of life on the planet. It's time for us to protect what is left to protect: life itself on Earth. This was the reason for the creation of a planetary biodiversity zone. Global Civilizational State has shown the benefits of biodiversity to humanity and hope this approach will motivate others to help create the zone.
- II.K b)
The stewardship of the ecological base has to be given priority before the fulfilment of various economic and social wishes. All families need shelter, food, language, body of knowledge, certain skills, a source of income. Security of the home is an important aspect for any family and Global Civilizational State it belongs to. Primordial human needs raise the question of interacting universal responsibilities. In terms of parenthood, parents must raised their children mentally and physically healthy. It is a responsibility to do so. Which also means each local community must have an educational system to help parents raise the child. On the Scale of Global Rights primordial human rights and the protection of the global life-support systems and of ecological rights are on top of the Scale. They are the most important aspects on the Scale.
As global crises of all sorts further intensify, the Global Community may have no alternative but to show solidarity and help each other out of crises, and such solidarity can only be built on the basis of harmony and moderation, and on respecting the political and cultural diversity of this troubled world. A successful Global Civilizational State for all Life on Earth is on the horizon. Let us lead the world toward a Global Civilizational State.
Climate change is already affecting life on Earth, despite a global temperature increase of just 1°C. Nearly every ecosystem on the planet is being altered, and plants and all life forms on our planet are being so affected that scientists may soon be forced to intervene to create human-assisted evolution. The researchers say 82 percent of core ecological processes on land and sea have been affected by climate change in a way that had not been expected for decades. Temperature extremes are causing evolutionary adaption in many species, changing them genetically and physically. These responses include changes in tolerances to high temperatures, shifts in sex-ratios, reduced body size, and migration of species. Understanding the extent to which these goods and services have been impacted allows humans to plan and adapt to changing ecosystem conditions. We are simply astonished at the level of change we observed which many of us in the scientific community did not expect to see for decades.
Governments should follow through on the promises made in the Paris climate agreement, which aims to keep global warming below a 1.5°C threshold—although more scientists are sounding the alarm that even those pledges may be too little, too late. Time is running out for a globally synchronized response to climate change that integrates adequate protection of biodiversity and ecosystem services. It is no longer sensible to consider this as a concern for the future, if we don’t act quickly to curb emissions it is likely that every ecosystem across Earth will fundamentally change in our lifetimes.
By 2100, if nations continue to burn fossil fuels at the current rates, three out of four people will be at risk from lethal heat waves. And even if the governments of the world act on promises they made in 2015 and drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, almost one in two could face the risk of sickness and death by intolerable heat. That is because, as the temperatures rise, heat and humidity begin to challenge human physiology. Humans are adapted to body temperatures of around 37°C. If humidity—the levels of water vapour in the air—go up with the thermometer, then people caught in a zone of extreme heat cannot adjust body temperatures by perspiration. And with every 1°C rise in temperatures, the capacity of the air to hold moisture goes up by 7 percent. People with no access to air conditioning or a cool breeze become at high risk. It happened in Europe in 2003, when an estimated 70,000 died. A heat wave in Moscow in 2010 killed around 10,000. And researchers warned years ago that under global warming predictions, more such extremes of heat would become inevitable by 2020.
For heat waves, our options are now between bad or terrible. Many people around the world are already paying the ultimate price of heat waves, and while models suggest that this is likely to continue, it could be much worse if emissions are not considerably reduced. The human body can only function within a narrow range of core body temperatures around 37°C. Heat waves pose a considerable risk to human life because hot weather, aggravated with high humidity, can raise body temperature, leading to life-threatening conditions.
Above all, people do not want to be told that the economic growth is not coming back. People don't want to picture that life will dramatically change as the oil runs out while the price for it and everything dependent on it will continuously rise. People don't want to question about whether the capitalism system of economics will cause further ecological ruin and social inequality as it plays itself out. Further, people don't want to consider that maybe they will be forced to change some of their life's major goals and the ways that they live in times to come due to a combination of factors, such as the coming energy power-down, climate change variables, diminishing resource bases and overpopulation. No, people, instead, want to rise up the socio-economic chain so as to be able to consume even more goods and, if they particularly adept at obtaining riches, maybe even be able to purchase a vacation home, a yacht, an RV or some other coveted treasure.
Instead, people simply want to envision that everything will get better overall in life after a spell. Yet, here we are all together stuck in a situation in which there exist seven billion humans all needing food, water, shelter and other things while increasing in number at a rate unprecedented in human history. All together, we're digging up and plowing every parcel of land on which we can manage to lay our hands. We're trawling and dredging every ocean and sea onto which we can stake our claims. We're damming every waterway that can be controlled. We're pumping and polluting the world's fresh water supply faster than it can be replenished, using up other resources in entirety, turning the Earth's oceans into acid, fouling the atmosphere, scarring the land with deep mining holes, blowing up mountains to extract their coal and, in exchange, creating mountains of trash. Simultaneously, we're methodically ripping apart the planet's forests at the rate of about one acre per second, destroying multitudinous species one after another, creating climate change on a scale that staggers the imagination, and generating explosions of radiation to blow into every outdoors nook and cranny in existence.
At the same time, we're warring with each other over resources between and within nations, and always, always ... insisting upon more things to own. The proliferation of wants and needs is limitless. So, we're demanding more food, more water, more construction for our ever burgeoning masses, more jobs and, especially, more spaces into which to fan out as we add millions of people each year, while simultaneously displacing other types of life whose environments we take over in the process. Meanwhile, billions are sunk in poverty largely due to having already exceeded their regions' carrying capacity and, as they did so, they often took the last trees with them, just as had happened on Easter Island.
At some point, something has to give. The pattern, the rapacious ravage, cannot persist indefinitely. Indeed, it won't do so because the resource base, itself, is largely disappearing across the globe. The ocean fisheries are depleting and expected to run out by mid-century. Climate change has brought pine and spruce beetles in such high numbers that they are eating millions upon millions of acres of trees and spreading out everywhere that they can, much like their human counterparts. Concurrently, methane is releasing from underwater beds and permafrost to join the carbon releases from humanity's use of fossil fuel from rich underground deposits that took millions of years to form, and that will be gone in the blink of a century's time. In relation, the looming climate change effects will be horrendous and will curtail many areas of human activities.
Yet, the main reason that the whole mess will be curbed is a simple one: infinite growth, whether economic growth or population growth, cannot continue indefinitely. Anyone who believes exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist. Accordingly, one can envision that a crash is coming . In large measure, it's because environmental tipping points are on the way and, for those people in the worst locations for the collapse -- the desperation, conflicts and chaos will likely be horrific in scale and ferocity.
How could they not be when our governments worldwide and the status quo do not encourage our transitioning to a steady state economy, business based on regionalized commerce and a cooperative inclusive economic arrangement rather than out of control global competition, "democratic socialism plus" rather than capitalism? How can further troubles not come into being when a vicious globalized capitalism system is in existence for which maximal profits, not people and their needs, is always the overriding goal? Despite its desirably from many standpoints, how can an alternative scheme be put in place when it bumps up against the prevailing paradigm and the corporatists -- the powerful über-elites that control the gargantuan transnational companies and our fawning government toadies?
All considered, the best course of action, unless one is incredibly affluent, is to run for the hills -- almost quite literally so. Under the circumstance, it could be sensible to find a quiet niche somewhere in which there's already a community in place whose members have the appropriate skills sets, constructive understandings and a supportive intact surrounding environment so as to be able to create a largely self-reliant way of life. Even though such a change could be hard, the option of doing nothing different could become increasingly problematic in light of the further social and ecological breakdown that's assuredly on the way.
Earth has long been waiting for a truly global governing body based on universal values, global rights, global concepts and democracy. We might as well start this new way of doing things creating process now, there is no longer any reason to wait. But then Global Civilizational State is already here. As never before in history, common destiny beckons us to seek a new beginning. It requires a new sense of global interdependence and universal responsibility. We must develop and apply the vision of a sustainable way of life locally, nationally, regionally, globally, and within ourselves throughout life. Our cultural diversity is a precious heritage and different cultures will find their own distinctive ways to realize the vision. Global Civilizational State has now a Vision of the Earth in Year 2024 Vision of Earth in Year 2024 and a sense of direction. Global Civilizational State embarks on a new path in history, the inevitability of global societies living, sharing, and creating symbiotical relationships interactively is, beyond doubt, that which we must confront. Our creativity today may influence tomorrow's socio-economic strategies and contribute to the evolution of human societies - an evolution directed towards a global partnership and cooperation with each other for survival.
In order to build a sustainable global community, each individual, each local community, and national governments of the world must initiate their commitment to Global Civilizational State. Global Civilizational State was defined Global Civilizational State , the 21st century Vision of Global Community as a social, and political movement in the sense of having a broad organizational structure and an ideology aimed at governing. The environmental movement, within Global Civilizational State , expresses the concerns of groups of people regarding depletion of water, clean air, climate change aspects, degradation of land and other changes in ecosystems affecting traditional patterns of natural resources exploitation The Scale is the primary guide for the decision-making process.. Global Civilizational State has taken the role of helping these groups in protecting and managing the environment by coordinating their efforts. Global Civilizational State is aware that religious beliefs, traditional customs and standards could burden the sustainability of all life on Earth. They could burden Earth society or any society forever, and holds individuals in a straitjacket. We cannot accept that. No one can! There are choices to be made, and we must make them. Cultures can develop and can go on developing. Even religious beliefs may evolve. We are living now, and we are able to create these changes. We are at least as bright, most certainly brighter, than the people who were living thousand of years ago.
As far as Global Civilizational State is concerned, cultural and religious differences cannot be a reason or an excuse or a pretext for not respecting global rights including and most importantly ecological rights. Quite the contrary, all kinds of cultures may promote global rights and especially cultural rights. They are different in their achievements, but they are equal in dignity where they are expressions of freedom. At any time or in any given place, men, women and children use their culture to invent new ways of making globalrights and ecological rights living realities. Diversity enriches us if it respects the dignity of each individual, and if it takes account of global and ecological rights as a whole. Global Civilizational State has no intention of changing the status and privileges of state governments. In fact, state governments become primary members of Global Civilizational State. Global governance can only be effective within the framework of Global Community. There is no such thing as global governance through the work of a few international organizations such as the WTO, the EU, or the United Nations dictating to the rest of the world. These organizations are heading in the wrong direction and are causing conflicts between nations, doing away with democracy, increasing the gap between rich and poor, and creating a culture of violence worldwide, terrorism being a small example of what they can do. That is global leadership gone bad, based on greed, and is immoral. Global Civilizational State has put forward a different kind of global leadership, governance and management. As Global Civilizational State begins to take on a much deeper kind of global leadership, one that earns more respect than envy and more gratitude than hatred, one that can catapult the whole planet forward into a future where war is no longer thinkable between nation-states and a legitimate and beneficial Earth governance is able to cope with global problems.
Earth governance does not imply a lost of state sovereignty and territorial integrity. A nation government exists within the framework of an effective Global Civilizational State protecting common global values and humanity heritage. Earth governance gives a new meaning to the notions of territoriality, and non-intervention in a state way of life, and it is about protecting the cultural heritage of a state. Diversity of cultural and ethnic groups is an important aspect of Earth governance. Earth governance is a balance between the rights of states with rights of people, and the interests of nations with the interests of Global Civilizational State, the human family, the global civil society. Earth governance is also about the rights of states to self-determination in the global context of Global Civilizational State rather than the traditional context of a world of separate states.
Effective Earth governance requires a greater understanding of what it means to live in a more crowded, interdependent humanity with finite resources and more pollution threatening the global life-support systems. Global Civilizational State has no other choice but to work together at all levels. The collective power is needed to create a better world. Let us all work together to build a greater and most trusty Global Civilizational State . Earth needs urgently a world system of governance.
V. As part of Global
Protection Agency (GPA): establishing in each nation an "Emergency, Rescue, and
Relief Centre". VI. Establishing a global
action plan for survival. Such worldwide action plan be promoted widely during
the Global Exhibition. VII. Education for Global
Survival VIII. Applying the proper
taxation system to establish confidence and trust in the global action plan for
survival IX. Making available to all
nations an efficient global warning system to warn people of imminent danger due
to natural or humanmade disasters.
X. Analyzing and publishing
local and global impacts of all significant events that affect the survival of
life on the planet. XI. Family is important.
Family with too many children is a problem.
- IV. A ) A cause and effect relationship was applied to each global issue.
- a) The replacement of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the Scale of Global Rights;
- b) SoulLife and the Universe;
- c) The second law of thermodynamics and Life extinction;
- d) The ways Society view Nature and the capitalist system of governance;
- e) Fossil fuels being used only for essential services;
- f) The global tipping points of greatest concerns and the emergence and spread of deadly pathogens;
- g) Life on our planet will gradually be extinct sooner than later;
- h) Children and future generations; and
- i) Global Civilizational State, good governance, and Peace in the world.
XII. Preventing actions to
alliviate the effects of global warming and climate change.
- XI. A )
Population warfare: use of a very high fertility rate to conquer a nation, and that could mean as many as or more than 2.11 children per family. It is a form of cultural and/or religious aggression and invasion by having a much too high number of new born babies. For instance, there has been a rapid increase in population among Muslims to the extent that in fifty years all of Europe and North America are expected to be mostly Islamic. The influx of Latino immigration into the western states of the USA will also have the effect of a population warfare.
Clearly the environmental challenges facing humanity in the 21st century and beyond would be less difficult in a world with slower population growth or none at all. Population is a critical variable influencing the availability of each of the natural resources considered here. And access to family planning services is a critical variable influencing population. Use of family planning contributes powerfully to lower fertility, later childbearing, and slower population growth. Yet policymakers, environmentalists and the general public remain largely unaware of the growing interest of young people throughout the world in delaying pregnancies and planning their families. In greater proportions than ever, girls want to go to school and to college, and women want to find fulfilling and well-paid employment. Helping people in every country to obtain the information and services they need to put these ambitions into effect is all that can be done, and all that needs to be done, to end world population growth in the new century.
Reproductive health services can help. Voluntary family planning and other reproductive health services can help couples avert high-risk pregnancies, prevent unwanted childbearing and abortion, and avoid diseases such as HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, that can lead to death, disability, and infertility.
Comprehensive reproductive health services, especially care in pregnancy and childbirth and for sexually transmitted infections, are key to preventing disability and death and improving women's health. Better access to emergency care during childbirth and safe abortion services would also contribute significantly to lower maternal death rates. Family planning diminishes risks associated with frequent childbearing and helps reduce reliance on abortion.
XIII. Making public worlwide a
daily list of all people responsible of causing significant deterioration of the
global life-support systems. XIV. Conducting research and
development of new ways of saving us all from conflicts, wars, destructive paths
or ways of doing things.
- XII. A )
Climate change is a result of the rising global temperatures associated with global warming and human activities, the effects of which have a direct impact on all life on Earth. Global warming is causing the melting of the polar ice caps. The Polar Regions are very sensitive indicators of global warming. These regions are highly vulnerable to rising temperatures and may be virtually ice free by the summer of 2030.
A consequence of a warmer climate is a rise in global mean sea-level. Several countries will be more susceptible to inundations. We will see hundreds of millions of environmental refugees searching for land.The mid-latitude wheat belts of the planet will dry; forest fires will wipe out most of the forests; world food markets will have to adjust to help a starving population. Tourism and wildlife in the tropics will be seriously affected by a temperature that is just too hot.Tropical diseases will cause epidemics. Sub-Arctic communities will disappear because of the melting of the permafrost.
Major changes in evaporation and precipitation patterns will not adjust quickly enough to supply the population with water it needs to survive; agriculture will become a dying industry either because of too much water or not enough of it. In addition to an increase in ambient temperatures, the other possible consequences of global warming include a speeding of the global water cycle. It is predicted that faster evaporation caused by higher temperatures would lead to drying of soils, exacerbating drought in some areas while increasing precipitation and flooding in others.
Warmer temperatures could melt polar ice caps, leading to what some predict as a rise in sea levels of between 20 to 100 centimeters this century. Sea levels could rise by an average of 5 cm per decade. This, in turn, would endanger coastal populations and island nations and cause the degradation of coastal ecosystems. Low-lying and coastal areas face the risks associated with rising sea levels. Increasing temperatures will cause oceans to expand and will melt glaciers and ice cover over land - increasing the volume of water in the world’s oceans.
Over time, human health will be affected directly as warmer temperatures increase the chances of heat waves, exacerbate air quality problems and lead to an increase in both allergic disorders and warm weather diseases. Agriculture, forests, natural ecosystems and vegetation patterns would also be adversely affected by both increases in temperatures and changes in the water cycle.
XV. Measuring, assessing and
publishing daily actions and changes in the world which significantly affect
- XIV. A )
Global Community asks how meaningful is the right to life or to participation in political life if poverty, gender inequality, destitution and epidemics prevent individuals from enjoying freedom of movement, freedom to vote, to marry and so on? The Global Community found evident that economic and social rights are the essential prerequisite for the effectiveness and exercise of all other rights (other than ecological and primordial human rights now and in the future) recognized for human beings. The developing countries are having a harder time than others to achieve the exercise of these rights on a lasting basis, with the problems of economic globalization presenting new challenges. We must therefore beware of enforcing economic rights alone to the detriment of individual civil rights and the rights of all individuals to decide their own fate and the future of their country, their political rights.
The universality of human rights recognizes the right of all individuals to participate in the cultural life of their community and of other country, to receive education and training, and to be informed. The Global Community is aware that traditional customs and standards could burden the sustainability of all life on Earth. They could burden Earth society or any society forever, and holds individuals in a straitjacket. We cannot accept that. No one can! There are choices to be made and you must make them. Cultures can develop and can go on developing. Even religious beliefs may evolve. We are living now and we are able to create these changes. We are at least as bright, most certainly brighter, than the people who were living thousand of years ago.
As far as Global Community is concerned, cultural and religious differences cannot be a reason or an excuse or a pretext for not respecting human rights including and most importantly the ecological rights. Quite the contrary, all kinds of cultures may promote human rights and especially cultural rights. They are different in their achievements, but they are equal in dignity where they are expressions of freedom. At any time or in any given place, men, women and children use their culture to invent new ways of making human rights a living reality. Diversity enriches us if it respects the dignity of each individual, and if it takes account of human rights as a whole.
Security is a primordial global right. Global Community has broadened the traditional focus of the security of nations to include both the security of people as well as that of the planet.
Global security policies include:
a) every person on Earth has a right to a secure existence, and all states have an obligation to protect those rights
b) prevention of conflicts and wars; identification, anticipation, and resolving conflicts before they become armed confrontations. The Earth Court of Justice will help here.
c) military force is not a legitimate political instrument
d) weapons of mass destruction are not legitimate instruments of national defence
e) eliminate all weapons of mass destruction from all nations and have inspectors verifying progress to that effect
f) all nations should sign and ratify the conventions to eliminate nuclear, chemical and biological weapons
g) the production and trade in arms should be listed as a criminal act against humanity; this global ministry will introduce a Convention on the curtailment of the arms trade, a provision for a mandatory Arms Register and the prohibition of the financing or subsidy of arms exports by governments
h) the development of military capabilities is a potential threat to the security of people and all life on Earth; the ministry will make the demilitarization of global politics a high priority.
i) anticipating and managing crises before they escalate into armed conflicts and wars
j) maintaining the integrity of the environment and global life-support systems
k) managing the environmental, economic, social, political and military conditions that threatened the security of people and the planet.
Another major source of global unsecurity for people is the culture of violence in everyday life as it is shown on television screens and cinemas. The American Way of Life is creating this culture of violence. An american child at age six year old has seen more violence on television than any other child of the Middle East over a life span. This culture of violence infects both industrial and developing countries, rich and poor. This trend of culture of violence must end. The movie and TV industry and the Internet are a threat to global security.
The media is responsible for the propagation of violence through communications. Why has government not done anyhting to regulate the media industry? Surely everyone understood that on the Scale of Global Rights security of the people of any nation is more important than the human rights related to the freedom of expression of the media industry. Security of the people and the state is on top of the Scale. It is part of the primordial human rights. While freedom of expression is a right found lower on the Scale and is classified partly as:
a) Community rights and the right that the greatest number of people has by virtue of its number (50% plus one) and after voting representatives democratically (these rights can be and are usually a part of the constitution of a country)
b) and partly as economic rights (business and consumer rights, and their responsibilities and accountabilities) and social rights (civil and political rights)
XVI. Moratorium on world
population and the fertility rate, and ending population warfare.
- XV. A )
Life often involves tensions between important values. This can mean difficult choices. However, we must find ways to harmonize diversity with unity, the exercise of freedom with the common good, short-term objectives with long-term goals. Every individual, family, organization, and community has a vital role to play. The arts, sciences, religions, educational institutions, media, businesses, nongovernmental organizations, and governments are all called to offer creative leadership. The partnership of government, civil society, and business is essential for an effective global governance based on Global Community concepts and the Scale of Global Rights.
Global Community has given back responsibility to every citizen on Earth. Everyone shares responsibility for the present and future well-being of life within Global Community . We will work together in working out sound solutions to local and global problems. It would be wrong and dishonest to blame it all on the leader of a country. Most problems in the world must find solutions at the local and global community levels (and not assume that the leader alone is responsible and will handle it). There is a wisdom in the ways of very humble people that needs to be utilized. Every humble person deserves to have ideas respected, and encouraged to develop his or her own life for the better. Sound solutions to help manage and sustain Earth will very likely be found this way. Everyone can help assess the needs of the planet and propose sound solutions for its proper management, present and future. Everyone can think of better ideas to sustain all life on Earth and realize these ideas by conducting positive and constructive actions. When there is a need to find a solution to a problem or a concern, a sound solution would be to choose a measure or conduct an action, if possible, which causes reversible damage as opposed to a measure or an action causing an irreversible loss; that is the grassroots process. Global Community can help people realized their actions by coordinating efforts efficiently together.
XVII. Ending economic warfare
- XVI.A )
The Gross National Product (GDP), counts air pollution and cigarette advertising, and ambulances to clear our highways of carnage. It counts special locks for our doors and the jails for the people who break them. It counts the destruction of the redwood and the loss of our natural wonder in chaotic sprawl. It counts napalm and counts nuclear warheads and armored cars for the police to fight the riots in our cities. It counts Whitman's rifle and Speck's knife, and the television programs which glorify violence in order to sell toys to our children. Yet the gross national product does not allow for the health of our children, the quality of their education or the joy of their play. It does not include the beauty of our poetry or the strength of our marriages, the intelligence of our public debate or the integrity of our public officials. It measures neither our wit nor our courage, neither our wisdom nor our learning, neither our compassion nor our devotion to our country, it measures everything in short, except that which makes life worthwhile.
- XVI.B) How does individual standard of living grow?
Most research on standard of living examines per capita GDP (gross domestic product), meaning the dollar value of goods and services produced per person in a given region or country. When income grows only for the rich, it goes up. When people can eat from their own garden instead of buying food, it goes down. When a parent is forced to put their infant in daycare rather than staying at home, it goes up. When people take more leisure and so work fewer hours, it goes down. When wildfires destroy homes that have to be rebuilt, it goes up. But however crudely, it at least attempts to capture the wellbeing of individuals.
- XVI.C) Wealth and income per person may shrink while population and national GDP grow, and they may grow while population shrinks.
Population growth does benefit some people, and it happens that those who stand to gain from population growth disproportionately provide the demographic and economic information that flows to reporters who are looking for stories. In addition, there are real challenges ahead as countries and other economic entities adapt to demographic change.
- XVI.D) Population growth makes capital more valuable relative to labor. All else being constant, it creates more competition for jobs, which means workers are willing to accept lower wages. Similarly, more people means more buyers, which can increase the price of goods. Much analysis of birth trends as they relate to economic trends is written by or for investors, who seek to internalize benefits from population growth in the form of faster, higher returns on capital and who are comparatively impervious to potential downsides.
- XVI.E) A stable or declining population may be good for the environment, and less unsought pregnancy may be good for women, but economic wellbeing depends on an ever-swelling population of human innovators, producers and consumers.
- XVI.F) Children tend to be better educated in families with fewer children. Parents invest disproportionately in the first child, especially if he is a boy, but parents run out of resources and energy, so later kids get less. Education correlates with per capita productivity and income, so more highly skilled and educated workers both produce more and receive a bigger part of the economic pie.In the global south, each additional year of education has an outsized benefit. One additional year of schooling increases a woman's earnings by 10 percent or more. More broadly, children born to literate mothers are 50 percent more likely to live to age five. Delayed voluntary childbearing, a lower birth rate, and more investment in each child create a virtuous cycle of greater health and prosperity and more education and intentional parenthood that spirals across generations. For people who have few assets and only their labor to sell, fewer workers competing for more jobs is a positive. It means their labor, all other things being equal, is more valuable. Just as less competition in the job market is a bonus for workers, so less competition for goods and commodities is a bonus for the people doing the purchasing. Many of us love bargain hunting; when surplus merchandise goes on after the holidays we treat ourselves to little luxuries we might otherwise pass by. But for people living hardscrabble lives, less competition for scarce resources can mean a little protein to go with the rice and vegetables. This is particularly true for finite resources like forestry products, wild-caught fish, minerals, and fertile land, where bumping up production in the short run can reduce supply in the long run.
- XVI.G) The nature of work is changing, and there is no reason to assume that future generations of people—either men or women—in their 60s, 70s or even 80s will be worn out and "dependent" rather than generative, creative, contributing members of society. In some countries including South Korea, Mexico and the Philippines, a majority of 60 to 80 year olds regularly contribute to the financial support of other family members. And the ability of elders to contribute is likely to grow. For example, researchers in Germany project that by 2050 the average German man will be in good health for 80 percent of his life as compared with 60% today. Around the world living longer doesn't merely mean a longer and more drawn out phase of disability and dependency; what we're all after—and what we are achieving—is a higher degree of health, vigor and generativity in each decade.
When parents put their children in daycare rather than caring for them at home during the workday, GDP goes up, regardless of what the family might have preferred and regardless of whether children and parents are happier or healthier. The traditional at-home work of parents and grandparents is not monetized, so it doesn't get considered as an economic good. This is just one of many kinds of non-monetized good that is likely to increase with healthier grandparents and smaller families. Already a quarter of US children under the age of five receives regular caretaking by grandparents. Around the world, grandparents have been described as "increasingly indispensable." But caretaking by elders isn't simply a matter of need; it is also a matter of joy. In fact, model programs now house childcare centers within retirement homes, improving quality of life for both elders and children.
- XVI.H) Most parents when they die leave something to their kids—or at least aspire to. These "intergenerational transfers" as economists call them may be as large as a house or farm or corporate holdings or as small as a set of tea cups. Either way, a child's share is larger when the inheritance is divided among fewer offspring.
- XVI.I) Leisure time gets whittled away by commuting, which in turn is affected by housing costs, so as these factors change, one might expect a corresponding increase in leisure. But fewer children and longer lifespan may improve leisure in other ways as well. Smaller family size means less housework, which falls disproportionately on women but affects all parents. More education means more people may have sufficient income with part-time pay. In Germany, time spent working is projected to fall almost 20 percent by 2060, while leisure time is projecting to slightly increase. A more extended period of health means more years in which to explore, create or socialize once children are grown, but smaller family size also improves the quality of leisure time during the childrearing years. My parents used to pack five children and a dog into a Chevy Carryall for a week of backpacking each summer. No question, those trips would have been less stressful for them with two kids in the back seat instead of five.
- XVI.J) To start measuring our progress as a country, not just by how our economy is growing, but by how our lives are improving; not just by our standard of living, but by our quality of life. In this big picture, if we measure what matters to us, a future with fewer babies and longer lives looks less scary and more intriguing. Without a doubt, as the 20th Century population bulge starts slimming we will face adaptive challenges; some existing social programs and economic assumptions have been optimized around unending population growth. But there are lots of reasons to look to a changing demographic future with curiosity and optimism.
- XVII.A )
The World Bank and the IMF use the dollar to gain control of governments worldwide. These institutions are mostly owned by the USA government itself managing a bankrupt economy and an out-of-control annual deficit. So how can the world let the White House manage the world economic affairs?!?! The White House cannot even manage its own economy and deficit. America is not sustainable. Yet America wishes to show the world how to be sustainable?!?!
G7 / G20 nations compete with one another for more development and overconsumption. The G7/G20 leaders are proposing the creation of a new global financial system or new Bretton Woods. If our world leaders, the few elites, have their way again, the world will have some sort of expanded WTO, NAFTA, or G7/G20 nations with an unlimited power over the economies of the world. A world anti-government! No less! If we believe the EU and G7/G20 leaders, the world will become a large casino playground with principles. NATO will be asked to protect such a system. A new world order! Earth governance at its worst! Money is all that counts! It was deregulation that led to the huge growth of this casino-type banking system.
XVIII. Creating a
planetary biodiversity zone
XIX. Establishing a global
dialogue between all Peoples.
- XVIII.A )
The Global Community has also established a planetary biodiversity zone now under the protection of the Global Protection Agency (GPA). We have declared a moratorium on all development in the zone. The planetary biodiversity zone includes :
The people of all nations are required to respect the moratorium until global law has been completed to include regulations to be enforced by the GPA.
- North Pole region
- South Pole region
- all oceans
- all forests
- all lakes
- all rivers and connecting streams
- all wetlands and grasslands
- living organisms and ecosystems in all of the above
XX. Humanity new Vision of the World.
- XIX. A )
Global Community is a non-hierarchical nonviolent organization of individuals and organizations that promotes the arts, conducts workshops, facilitates nonviolent direct actions, educates, organizes, campaigns, empowers, and aims to rip injustice from its roots. We are committed to nonviolence. We stand for the globalization of our rights to speech, thought, religion, assembly, a clean environment, self-determination, freedom from fear and persecution and freedom from poverty. We stand for the rights of women, children, elderly, affordable health care, strong labor rights and social and economic policies that put people, all life on Earth, and the environment before profits.
The people of Global Community is using the Global Dialogue to resolve conflicts, promote democracy, and fight hunger, terrorism, disease, and global rights abuses. In order to bring about the event of peace, Global Community is offering other good organizations around the world to work together to bring warring parties to peace. Peace in the world and the survival and protection of all life on our planet go hand-in-hand. In this paper asking for peace in the world means doing whatever is necessary to protect all life on our planet. Protecting all life implies bringing about the event of peace in the world.
When people know they own the resources in their communities then people can start directing the wealth of their resources towards the building of local-to-global economic democracies in order to meet the needs for food, shelter, universal healthcare, education, and employment for all in their community. Global rights will help here. Global rights allow people to do what they need to do in order to be sustainable. People and communities are protected by global rights.
XXI. Global Parliament's Constitution.
- XX. A )
Humanity's new vision of the world is about seeing human activities on the planet through:
a) the Scale of Global Rights;
b) the Statement of Rights, Responsibilities and Accountabilities of a person and the Global Community; and
c) building global symbiotical relationships between Earth, people, institutions, cities, provinces and nations of the world.
For the first time in human history, and the first time this millennium, humanity has proposed a benchmark:
* formation of global ministries in all important aspects of our lives
* getting ride of corruption at all levels of government
* the establishment of Global Protection Agency (GPA) to fight against the growing threat to the security of all Peoples, and to fight against global crimes
* the Scale of Global Rights as a replacement to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
* Statement of Rights, Responsibilities and Accountabilities of a person belonging to 'a global community' and to 'the Global Community'
* an evolved global democracy based on the Scale of Global Rights and the Global Constitution
* a central organization for Earth management, the restoration of the planet and Earth governance: the Global Civilizational State
* the Earth Court of Justice to deal with all aspects of governance and management of the Earth
* a new impetus given to the way of doing business and trade
* more new, diversified (geographical, economical, political, social, business, religious) symbiotical relationships between Earth, nations, communities, businesses, for the good and well-being of all life
* proposal to reform the United Nations, NATO, World Trade Organization, World Bank, IMF, E.U., NAFTA, FTAA, and to centralize them under Global Parliament, and these organizations will be asked to pay a global tax to be administered by the Global Parliament
* the Peace Movement of the Global Community and shelving of the war industry from humanity
* a global regulatory framework for capitals and corporations that emphasizes global corporate ethics, corporate social responsibility, protection of human and Earth rights, the environment, community and family aspects, safe working conditions, fair wages and sustainable consumption aspects
* establishing freshwater and clean air as primordial human rights
- XXI. A )
During the Global Meeting of Global Parliament, it was approved unanimously the Global Constitution. It was decided that Global Parliament shall, jointly with the Global Judiciary and the Earth Executive Council, enact legislation as laid down in the Global Constitution. Chapter 12, on the Exercise of Global Parliament competence, and more specifically, Chapters 12.1 and 12.2, on Common provisions, describe the process by which Global Law was enacted.
A very important legislation is the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act which, after its approval by Global Parliament, will define rights, responsibility and accountability of all global citizens. Each and everyone of us will make decisions, deal with one another, and basically conduct our actions as per the Act.
People from all nations of the world, and all National Governments, are invited to amend the document proposed here today. This document is now a part of Global Dialogue 2022 and is open for questions and discussions. Participate now. Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2022 will show the final version to be brought forward for approval by Global Parliament.
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Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for this month
V A Mohamad Ashrof, John Scales Avery (3), Dr Ramzy Baroud (3), David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky, Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J.S. Davies (2), M K Bhadrakumar (2), Jeremy Brecher, Devdan Chaudhuri, Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian, Siena Chrisman, Andrew Cockburn, Julia Conley (2), Countercurrents Collective, Priti Gulati Cox and Stan Cox, Stan Cox, Finian Cunningham, Eliza Daley, Annabelle Dawson, Nicolas J.S. Davies and Medea Benjamin (2), Bharat Dogra (2), Bryan Dyne, Syed Ehtisham, Tom Engelhardt (2), Sandy English (2), Pepe Escobar (2), Philip A Farruggio, Paul Gilding (2), Anahat Gill, Glenn Greenwald, Chris Hedges (2), Bill Henderson, Robert Hunziker (2), Yanis Iqbal, Martin Jacques, Robert Jensen, Caitlin Johnstone (3), Dr Binoy Kampmark (2), Michael T Klare (2), David Korten, J. Krishnamurti,Dr S Jatin Kumar, Dan Lieberman, Patrick Martin, Vikas Parashram Meshram , Slavisha Batko Milacic, Omer Mujawar, Salon and Phil Torres, Bhabani Shankar Nayak, Dr Gideon Polya, Jon Queally, Ramakrishnan, Paul Robinson, Fabian Scheidler, Adam H Sobel , Kenny Stancil (2), Stephen Sterling, Nilofar Suhrawardy, Sean Sweeney, Harsh Thakor, Phil Torres and Salon, Brett Wilkins.
V A Mohamad Ashrof, Global Classroom- A Concept that has come of Age.
John Scales Avery, Terrorism: A False Threat
John Scales Avery, LIES THAT LED TO THE AFGHAN WAR.
John Scales Avery, Collected Essays, Volume VI by John Scales Avery.
Dr Ramzy Baroud, Europe Will Redefine Itself Despite Political Shift in the US.
Dr Ramzy Baroud, Following Afghanistan Defeat: Can EU Win Own ‘Independence’ from the US?
Dr Ramzy Baroud, On Propaganda and Failed Narratives: New Understanding of Afghanistan is a Must.
David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky, The United States is a Leading Terrorist State: An Interview with Noam Chomsky by David Barsamian
Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, How Can America Wake Up From Its Post-9/11 Nightmare?
Medea Benjamin & Nicolas J.S. Davies, Will the Voices of Those Who Were Always Right on Afghanistan Still Be Ignored?
M K Bhadrakumar, Taliban get a government!
M K Bhadrakumar, US-Taliban ties on razor’s edge. China is the winner.
Jeremy Brecher, Time for a Climate Insurgency.
Devdan Chaudhuri, New Silk Road and the Asian Century: India, China and the Empire.
Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian, The United States is a Leading Terrorist State: An Interview with Noam Chomsky by David Barsamian
Siena Chrisman, From Soil to Society: A Systems Approach to Change.
Andrew Cockburn, How the US military got rich from Afghanistan.
Julia Conley, Nearly Half the World’s Children at ‘Extremely High Risk’ for Facing Effects of Climate Crisis.
Julia Conley, Nearly Half the World’s Children at ‘Extremely High Risk’ for Facing Effects of Climate Crisis.
Countercurrents Collective, Greenland’s melting ice sheet has passed the point of no return.
Priti Gulati Cox and Stan Cox, The Gritty Reality of Solar Power
Stan Cox, Enough for Everyone
Finian Cunningham, Afghan Lesson For Uncle Sam’s Running Dogs.
Eliza Daley, Educating for the Prime Directive.
Annabelle Dawson, Where We Mine: Resource Politics in Latin America.
Bharat Dogra, Why the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Should Be An Overdue Moment of Truth.
Bharat Dogra, Two Decades After Assassination, the Lion of Panjshir Continues to Inspire Resistance.
Bryan Dyne, Extreme weather, climate change and the case for socialism.
Syed Ehtisham, Genesis of Right Wing Islamic Activism.
Tom Engelhardt, The Decline and Fall of the Roman… Whoops!… American Empire.
Tom Engelhardt, My Extreme World.
Sandy English, At least 43 dead as massive storm ravages US northeast.
Sandy English, At least 43 dead as massive storm ravages US northeast.
Pepe Escobar, What to expect from Taliban 2.0
Pepe Escobar, The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan back with a bang.
Philip A Farruggio, Money for Something… But Not You!!!
Paul Gilding, Why The Climate Emergency is now The Methane Emergency.
Paul Gilding, Why The Climate Emergency is now The Methane Emergency.
Anahat Gill, Fleeing Conflict
Glenn Greenwald, The U.S. Government Lied For Two Decades About Afghanistan
Chris Hedges, US Collective Suicide
Chris Hedges, A Vengeful American Empire Has Been Humiliated in Afghanistan.
Bill Henderson, We need government, we need democracy back.
Robert Hunziker, Greenland Succumbs
Robert Hunziker, Brazil’s Fierce Drought.
Yanis Iqbal, The Ravages of Lithium Extraction in Chile.
Martin Jacques, US is no longer exceptional, but it takes time to accept this fact.
Robert Jensen, Restless and Relentless Minds: Thinking as a “Species out of Context”.
Caitlin Johnstone, Propaganda Is The Source Of All Our Problems: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix.
Caitlin Johnstone, The ‘War On Terror’ Scam Continues
Caitlin Johnstone, Stop Believing US Military Invasions Have Noble Intentions.
Dr Binoy Kampmark, Messianic Failure: Pursuing the GWOT Jabberwock.
Dr Binoy Kampmark, Droning Disasters: A US Strike on Kabul.
Michael T Klare, China, 2049 – A Climate Disaster Zone, Not a Military Superpower.
Michael T Klare, Will There Be Resource Wars in a Renewable Future?
David Korten, A Viable Human Future Depends on Living With Less.
J. Krishnamurti, What is the future of man? J. Krishnamurti - A Conversation D. Bohm
Dr S Jatin Kumar, Genuine Nationalism calls for Peace and Friendship with China and Giving up subservience to Imperialists.
Dan Lieberman, Wandering 40 Years in the Afghan Desert.
Patrick Martin, And so it begins again: The media recycles Afghanistan war lies.
Vikas Parashram Meshram, Valuing Democracy
Slavisha Batko Milacic, Afghan fiasco – the end of a unipolar world?
Omer Mujawar, Revolution or Ruin? Evaluating the Consequences of Artificial Intelligence in Global Society.
Bhabani Shankar Nayak, Quagmire of American Imperialism in Afghanistan and Beyond
Dr Gideon Polya, Summary of the Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC’s “Climate Change 2021”
Jon Queally, Estimated Cost of Post-9/11 US Wars Hits $8 Trillion With Nearly a Million People Dead.
Ramakrishnan, India-China disengagement process along LAC carried forward amid New Cold War efforts by Biden-led US in India.
Paul Robinson, The U.S. defeat in Afghanistan is worse than the Soviet failure...how has this happened?
Fabian Scheidler, The Crimes of the West in Afghanistan and the Suffering That Remains
Adam H Sobel, Climate Scientist: This is a Dystopian Moment.
Kenny Stancil, Atmospheric CO2 Levels Haven’t Been This High in 800,000 Years: NOAA.
Kenny Stancil, Atmospheric CO2 Levels Haven’t Been This High in 800,000 Years: NOAA.
Stephen Sterling, Educating for the future we want.
Nilofar Suhrawardy, Stakes in Afghanistan!
Sean Sweeney, Sustaining the Unsustainable: Why Renewable Energy Companies Are Not Climate Warriors.
Harsh Thakor, 9/11 And American Aggression.
Phil Torres and Salon, Can we clean up the mess we've created? A philosopher warns the threat to civilization is here.
Brett Wilkins, New Climate Study: Arctic Heat Fueled Deadly February Texas Freeze.