Volume 6 Issues 3 March 2008
Politics and Justice without borders
A truthful democracy for the people of the North American continent
Global Community voting on issues
Artwork by Germain Dufour
February 1, 2008
Table of Contents
The Editor of the Global Information Media is now accepting articles, letters, reports, research papers, discussions and global dialogues, and messages for publication. This Media is a way to communicate workable sound solutions to problems arising in the world. Let us share our problems and workable sound solutions. Sharing information is a necessity to all life and humanity's survival. Our world is changing fast before our eyes, and we must react quickly and hard to protect all life on Earth. No hesitation! Right now and no waiting! Life on the planet is our first priority. We must protect it at all costs. We, global citizens, fight to protect life on Earth for this generation and the next ones. We are the defenders of the environment and the global life-support systems. We know who the beasts are, and how they destroy the living on our planet. We have rallied together all over the world to protect our home, Earth. But this time we are not alone. We know it all! We know how everything works. And we will do whatever it takes to protect life on Earth. "We the Peoples", the Global Community, the GCEG, are the Earth revolutionaries, and we will protect life on Earth at all costs.
This is the main index for the Global Information Media (GIM) concerning activities of the Global Community.
GIM was organized with more than sixty sections. Each section allows everyone to participate in the Global Dialogue. You pick an issue, and you participate. All sections may contain any of the following information: abstracts, research papers, notes, outlines, videos and other works of art, posters, articles, letters, press releases, reports, and newsletters. They may also contain discussions, global dialogues, brain-storming exercises on issues, or just email messages from interested participants and groups.
We are delighted to receive new articles for future Newsletters from our readers. It is imperative that, if you give us permission to re-print, all or in part, you include all copyright verification of permission of quote. We do not have a copyright research expert to do this work.
Just so you all know we don't pay anyone, and we don't pay expenses. We do volunteer work for humanity. We expect volunteers to be responsible and accountable of all their actions. We do soft activism work. The Global Constitution shows us how to operate our organization. We follow Global Law as shown in the Global Constitution. All those who do volunteer work for us must become familliar with it and become 'global citizens'. We want our volunteers to be completely loyal to the Global Community and to the values and principles we promote.
The world is in a state of perpetual turmoil. We are worlds within worlds orbiting in and through each otherís space. Our interactions with one another can be planned and executed in a caring, considerate manner so that all may exist and not destroy the other.
A good place to start this day would be to see the people living in far away places as we see our neighbors. Neighbors are people we should see as people very much like ourselves. Love your neighbors as yourself. Many scientists have shown that our genetic make-up as human beings are not that much different than that of many other life-forms. The reality is that we as people are not that much different from one another. Our education and upbringings are different and created cultural and religious differences. Conflicts originate often because of these cultural and religious differences.
My teaching for the day is to make the effort to understand what make us different from one another and find a way to appreciate those differences. We also have to make the effort of understanding other life-forms in Nature and appreciate the differences. Because of brain capacity, we dont expect other life-forms of understanding us, but we do have a moral responsibility of understanding them and appreciate the differences. God loves diversity in Nature and in Souls. God loves good Souls from all cultures and religions, and from all life. Yes there is a Soul in every living life-form and God loves them too.
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
Ever wonder why Canadians and Mexicans were never asked in a referendum the kind of relationship we want to have with Americans and the White House? Ever wonder why Canadians and Mexicans dont have a veto power on the White House's policies and legislation, and yet we feed Americans with our resources? How is that possible? What does that do to the world, to all life on Earth, and to the next generations? As of January 30, 2008, the total U.S. federal debt held by the public was roughly $5.1 trillion and the annual deficit roughly $400 billion. They paid very little for our resources and with money they borrowed every year from China. Americans buy our ' home grown corporations ' with money they dont own. When they have not borrowed the money, they have invaded other nations and taken their resources. Blood resources. Blood money. How can we trust a partner that is basically bankrupted morally and economically? How can we let our governments be dealing with the White House on an agreement such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?
Soon there will be a meeting in Louisiana State between the governments of Canada, the United States and Mexico to discuss about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). I urge all Canadians and Mexicans to oppose such an agreement. It is fundamentally flawed. Instead, Canada and Mexico must negotiate the establishment of the Global Government of North America (GGNA) with the United States to include all economic, social, cultural, and environmental aspects, and a veto power for each partner, and have that approved in a referendum by all Canadians and Mexicans.
The Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC) is the Centre of assessment of local/global indicators about the four major quality systems: Environment, People, Economic Development and the Availability of Resources. Ever since 1985, the yearly assessment of these indicators have resulted in giving the Global Community a sense of direction as to ensure a sound future for Earth. Local and global indicators developed by the Global Community have also been used as basic scientific information.
The GCAC is about the restoration of the planet, our home.
In order to do this GCAC will continue to amass a body of scientific information based on formal assessments such as those on Biodiversity, Climate Change, Human Development Report, World Development Report, struggle for Human and Earth Rights, life species Conservation, Health, Economic Analyses, Commission on Sustainable Development, etc., which have bridged the distance between incomplete science and contentious policy.
Furthermore, no one really understands what assessment processes have been most effective in the past, or why others have failed. GCACís goal is to explore how assessment of local/global indicators can better link scientific understanding with the progressive implementation of effective policy solutions to global changes. Achieving this integration is fundamental. The Global Community needs this annual assessment to effectively manage global changes.
GCAC has also conducted yearly surveys on global issues. An appropriate voting system was researched and developed by the Global Community through its Global Dialogue. The Global Dialogue is itself a way to ask people from all over the world to tell us their opinions and needs on global issues, and to participate in finding better ways of doing things. That is how we have developed the global concepts, the Global Constitution, the Federation, the Global Protection Agency (GPA), and many other aspects of the Global Community, and what made us the real governing body of Earth. We have researched and developed global laws, and we want everyone to comply with the laws.
You have often been asked to vote on global issues. Once more we ask you to vote. Voting is part of our "we the people democracy". It is a the global referendum. It is direct democracy. You have been giving the freedom to choose. We want you to tell us the choices of your local community on global issues. A process was created for this purpose alone. GCAC manages it. Voting on global issues will now be a part of our monthly Newsletter. Vote now.
Make sure you understand the process of voting. As a start, read about the Global Dialogue 2008 OVERVIEW of the process.
Read the articles included here in this Newsletter. Just background.
Choose a global issue from the list.
You might want to propose your own global issue. Indicate that you do in your email to us.
Then vote yes or no. Send us an email including both the global issue and your choice. We will include your choice in the table below.
The theme of April Newsletter will be about the Global Community Peace Movement. We ask everyone to send articles, comments, projects, etc.
Again in April Newsletter, we will promote the coming Celebration of Life Day on May 26. Millions of people all over the world are celebrating. Tell us what you are planning to do on that day.
Our policy concerning personal information is simple: we dont show it. That includes phone numbers, fax numbers, addresses and any personal notes. Please do indicate what you consider a personal note as sometime it is hard to tell.
What we show is the work done by participants and authors, and their email addresses if any. We will show any work concerning issues, email discussions, opinions, articles, letters, reports, works of art, research papers, discussions and global dialogues, and messages for publication.
And also please note that our computer harddrives will not be containing personal info either. This is because of the damage hackers can do.
Our greatest accomplishment in year 2007 has been the streamlining of the participation process in the Global Dialogue.
The Global Community has developed a process for discussion on issues. Our Global Roundtable and Group Discussion by email are a very efficient way for sharing information and discussion. So I thought to include your messages for discussion along with many others. Others will come later.
I have included your email messages in several locations.
Now go to the Portal at http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GPA/Portal.htm
and from there click on the Global Dialogue 2008 icon which then
takes you to the lead page of the global dialogue at
The five arrows show you the five different ways of participating in
the global dialogue.
What may interest you most are the
1) Group Discussion by email and
Actually both a Group Discussion by email and a Global Roundtable are supplementing one another. Connect with either one. It shows a Main Index in either page.
Once you are in a Main Index take a look at the 'Listing of Global
Roundtables 2008' or the 'Listing of 2008 Group Discussions by email
', and connect
and by reading the section 'Work from participants and authors with a summary or abstract of each work', you find that the listing and description of participants and authors with links to their work.
Now go back to the Portal and click on the Earth. There you have the special roundtable on 'Who owns the Earth?'
If you decide to participate your message or work will be included here:
What is important here is the possibility of organizing a major roundtable on 'Who owns the Earth?' with group discussion by email.
Let me know if this is OK for you.
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