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The Global Community has had work on the values and attitudes aspects and issues ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work on the values and attitudes aspects and issues. A short list of our previous work on global civilization aspects and issues is shown here

For more recent work on the values and attitudes aspects and issues read the following table.

 Month/year  Theme and Author  Read contents
 April 9, 2007   The militarization of Canadian Culture Sent by Murray Dobbin to the Global Community   Read The militarization of Canadian Culture
 March 17, 2007   I am the new long awaited prophet to help humanity through this century and beyond
by Germain Dufour, with the Global Community
In order to create a harmonious and compassionate Global Community, there are laws I ask everyone to comply with.
  Read I am the new long awaited prophet to help humanity through this century and beyond
 March 16, 2007  Letter sent by Germain Dufour to the Global Community
Nature Law
Nature Law, a fundamental pillar of our social values
  Read  Nature Law
 March 17, 2007   God Law
Revelations for the 21st Century and beyond
Message sent by God to the Global Community
  Read  Revelations for the 21st Century and beyond
 March 8, 2007  Letter sent by Grassroots Women to the Global Community Grassroots Women International Womenís Day 2007 Statement
Strengthen Womenís Resistance: Oppose Imperialismís Intensifying Attacks! Assert Womenís Basic Human Rights!
In Canada, a patriarchal resurgence and ever-more entrenched systemic racism are intensifying the exploitation, oppression, and economic exclusion of working class, (im)migrant, refugee and Indigenous women. We are hard hit by the neo-liberal policies of the Canadian government of liberalization, deregulation and privatization which leave working class women unable to earn a decent income or to access affordable housing, health, and other services. Amidst rising corporate profiteering, government corruption, and military spending, government funding for childcare and womenís programs have been slashed. The insultingly paltry and unjustly distributed $100/month childcare benefit has been a slap in the face for women demanding a genuinely universal national childcare program. (Im)migrant and refugee women face the punitive and exploitative nature of immigration policies such as the Live-in Caregiver Program and unjust deportations. Indigenous women face the ongoing colonization of their land and resources.
  Read   Grassroots Women International Womenís Day 2007 Statement
 March 9, 2007   The Crime of War in Iraq , by DR. Charles Mercieca , International Association of Educators for World Peace, Professor Emeritus, Alabama A and M University, Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament What is the purpose of having rules and regulations when we can disregard them at will at any moment we like? Since the early days of human existence, those that transgressed rules and regulations to the detriment of others always tended to be punished, sooner or later. In order for us to understand the seriousness of such violations, we need to understand properly the significance of laws. In order to do that, we must have a clear concept of the four hierarchical laws of which ascetical writers spoke over the past several centuries.   Read The Crime of War in Iraq
 March 6, 2007  Poem: Our only ennemy is a military culture by Thom Woodruff, Voices in Wartime News, Khe Sanh Address 3-5-07 worldpoet@rocketmail.com Peace is a culture of life affirmation   Read Our only ennemy is a military culture
 March 5, 2007  Letter sent by Connie Fogal, leader of CAP/PAC, to the Global Community Connie Fogal, leader of CAP/PAC, identifies critical issues and solutions for Canadians   Read Connie Fogal, leader of CAP/PAC, identifies critical issues and solutions for Canadians
 March 2, 2007   The Criminality of War, by DR. Charles Mercieca , International Association of Educators for World Peace, Professor Emeritus, Alabama A and M University, Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament   Read The Criminality of War
 January 24, 2007   Capacity Development for Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies, by DR. Charles Mercieca , International Association of Educators for World Peace, Professor Emeritus, Alabama A&M University, Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament   Read Capacity Development for Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies
 January 15, 2007   Help Mobilize for Jan. 27-29! MARCH ON WASHINGTON TO END THE WAR!, by United for Peace and Justice UnitedforPeace.org To send the strongest, clearest message to the new Congress   Read Help Mobilize for Jan. 27-29!  MARCH ON WASHINGTON TO END THE WAR!
 December 22, 2006   Ex-President Carter: US "Prime Culprit" in Nuclear Proliferation, by Sherwood Ross, published in Truthout,   Read Ex-President Carter: US Prime Culprit in Nuclear Proliferation
 December 16, 2006   The Trap Of Recognising Israel, by Jonathan Cook , Countercurrents.org,   Read The Trap Of Recognising Israel
 December 8, 2006   No More War, by Ed OíRourke , Countercurrents.org, The terrorists are an insignificant challenge to mankindís survival.   Read No More War













A short list of our previous work on the values and attitudes aspects and issues

 Month/year  Theme  Read contents




 
Our only ennemy is a military culture

Peace is a culture of life affirmation-
in the kitchen,bedroom,bathroom
we relate to each other gently
A gun is a failed conversation
A bomb is condensed despair
Arms do not race except to hug and cuddle
and we are culture.Every day,we choose-
to conflict or to process
to win-win or to aggress
to share a field of this energy earth
or to draw walls and borders
and kill all who cross
Me? I surrender easily
All military values have no meaning for me
To fight is to lose -a hollow victory
War is a habit of failed negotiations
Choice is always in our hands-
to co-operate or to compete
to heal or to hurt
to create or to destroy
Military values displace civilians
We are made of art,and kindness-
poetry,music,film,dance-
we will not kill nor be killed by those
who value victory above all else
Every line of every poem affirms breath
Every song defeats death
It is what we co-create will change us-
from failed wars to living civilian cultures!
PEACE !
Thom March 6,2007

 



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