The Global Community has had work on Global Politics ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work on Global Politics is shown here.
For more recent work on Global Politics read the following table.
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| June 10, 2007
|| Global Justice for all life on the planet
by Germain Dufour, with the Global Community
The Global Community Global Justice Movement has many inter-related components: monetary, social, economic, environmental, democracy, and peace. The Global Community Global Justice Movement
promotes new thinking to benefit all economies and societies – the true, fair, democratic and efficient solution to poverty. The Global Community has the productive resources to eliminate poverty and
injustice. Humanity is now in the process of developing the democratic and transparent communications infrastructure which can bring this about.
Our approach transcends left-wing/right-wing designations. We see both conventional capitalism and socialism as being two arms of a philosophy which concentrate power in an elite, to the detriment of society
as a whole. Reforming the current money system, to empower each and every person, is a first step for justice.
| June 5, 2007
|| Global Warming: driving governments to take action , by John Bunzl – ISPO Founder, Trustee and Coordinator,
Simpol promotes the Simultaneous Policy (SP), which aims to deliver social justice around the world, resolve global problems like environmental destruction and regulate the economic power of international capital for the good of all. Simpol seeks solutions to problems that individual national governments cannot resolve by acting alone.
Global warming is now at the top of the political agenda. But why aren't governments taking the necessary action?
Because any nation legislating to curb the emissions of its industries will make its economy "uncompetitive" with other countries, thus risking investment and jobs moving elsewhere.
| May 31, 2007
|| Letter sent: Indian Farmer Leader On India-US Pact On GMOs , by Krishan Bir Chaudhary
and published by ASHOK B SHARMA, Indian Society For Sustainable Agriculture Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai) Ltd.
I am sending a brief note on "US-India Agricultural Knowledge Initiative" agreement on agriculture for your kind perusal. The entire agreement is shroud in mystery and the
farmers of the country have serious apprehensions about the real intent and motive of the joint agreement. Indian Agricultural Scientists have done a very splendid job through years
of sustained research. Their scientific acumen and compatibility can match the best of faculty in the world. This agriculture agreement will oblige our scientist to became a tool in the hands of the multinationals for advancement & promotion of their interest in India. I would like to give a
brief on the entire gamut of the US-India agreement as the matter concerns India's sovereignty and the future of Indian agriculture.
| May 19, 2007
|| Question of Direction , by Mike Nickerson and Donna Dillman,
http://synchronouscity.com/dirq.php Goals are the seeds from which the future grows.
When enough people understand this, the conventional wisdom will shift, moving from: our purpose is to expand production and onsumption to
our purpose is to enjoy living while managing the planet for generations to come. As you know, the Question of Direction program aims to increase the rate at which this realization takes place.
| May 14, 2007
|| Climate Change: A Moral Obligation for the Developed World
The Nobel laureate calls for industrialized nations to step up their efforts on climate change for the sake of the world's poor.
by Desmond Tutu, TomPaine.com, also in The Guardian, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message, Environment.
| June 6, 2007
|| Resource Wars: Can We Survive Them? , by Stephen Lendman ,
This article addresses reckless living unmindful of the consequences. It's about endless wars and resources they're waged for. It's about gaining control of what we
can't do without, but must learn to, or we'll risk losing far more, including the planet's ability to sustain life. If we reach that point, it won't matter except to
resilient beetles and bacteria free at last from us. Instead of being an asset, superior human intelligence has us on the brink of our own self-destruction.
| April 24, 2007
|| Deaths In Other Nations Since WW II Due To Us Interventions, by James A. Lucas , published in Countercurrents.org ,
After the catastrophic attacks of September 11 2001 monumental sorrow and a feeling of desperate and understandable anger began to permeate the American psyche. A few people at that time attempted to promote a balanced perspective
by pointing out that the United States had also been responsible for causing those same feelings in people in other nations, but they produced hardly a ripple.
| April 9, 2007
|| The militarization of Canadian Culture Sent by Murray Dobbin to the Global Community
| March 11, 2007
|| A Predator Becomes More Dangerous When Wounded, by Noam Chomsky, with The Guardian, and published in Countercurrents.org
For the US, the primary issue in the Middle East has been, and remains, effective control of its unparalleled energy resources.
A US attack on Iran would effectively launch WWIII. The US invasion of Iraq virtually instructed Iran to develop a nuclear deterrent. The message was that the US attacks at will, as long as the target is defenceless.
Then again, a predator becomes even more dangerous, and less predictable, when wounded. In desperation to salvage something, the Bush administration might risk even
greater disasters. It has created an unimaginable catastrophe in Iraq. It has been unable to establish a reliable client state within, and cannot withdraw without facing the possible loss of control of the Middle East's energy resources.
| March 10, 2007
|| Losing Focus: Peace And Justice Movement In Britain At Crossroad, by Ramzy Baroud, author of The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronology of a People’s Struggle published in Countercurrents.org
I believe that the action of a true peace and justice activist must stem from concern for humanity, not from racism and prejudice; however, to suppress freedom of expression, settle personal grievances at the expense of a most colorful and ideologically diverse movement, thus the honorable cause it stands for,
is to do an immense disservice to all of us concerned with bringing to a halt a most bloody and raging conflict in the Middle East.
| 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
| 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
| February 26, 2007
|| Is towards a totally spiritually ethical politics possible? Letter sent by Livia Varju, Universal Alliance Servitor for Switzerland, to the Global Community
| February 9, 2007
|| The conspiracy Of Silence On Climate Change, A review of George Monbiot's book - Heat: How to stop the planet burning, by Ashwin Gambhir, published in Countercurrents.org
| February 8, 2007
|| Urgent: Climate Wake Up Call!
Avaaz.org is a community of global citizens who take action on the major issues facing the world today. The aim of Avaaz.org is to ensure that the views and values of the world’s people shape global decisions. Avaaz.org members act for a more just and peaceful world and a globalisation with a human face,
by Res Publica, Res Publica is a community of public sector professionals dedicated to promoting good governance, civic virtue and deliberative democracy.
| February 2, 2007
|| Climate Change 2007
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been established by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to assess scientific, technical and socio- economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation. It is currently finalizing its Fourth Assessment Report "Climate Change 2007". The reports by the three Working Groups provide a comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the current state of knowledge on climate change.
| February 1, 2007
|| The compatibility of collapse and resistance.
In this time of more discussion about climate, war, peak oil and other major issues, debate almost rages about the relevance of resistance and activism versus accepting or encouraging total collapse,
by Jan Lundberg , with Culture Change Culture Change was founded by Sustainable Energy Institute
Will peak oil save the climate, or shall we first embrace a new culture?
| February 2, 2007
|| Which Will It Be America, Empire or Democracy? The dream of the Bush administration -– eternal global domination -- disappeared in Iraq. But it remains to be seen if the American people will choose to keep their empire or return to a constitutional democracy, by Chalmers Johnson, Tomdispatch.com, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message
| January 25, 2007
|| When Does Green Rage Become Ecoterrorism? , by Matt Rasmussen, Orion Magazine, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message, EnviroHealth,
Are radical environmentalists wackos, terrorists, or prophets warning against environmental catastrophe?
| January 12, 2007
|| Iraqi Regime Set To Hand Over Oil Reserves To US Energy Giants, by Jerry White , with World Socialist Web published in Countercurrents.org
| January 2, 2006
|| Global Warming is Here. Now What?, by Don Monkerud, Register-Pajaronian, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message
| December 22, 2006
|| Ex-President Carter: US "Prime Culprit" in Nuclear Proliferation, by Sherwood Ross, published in Truthout,
| December 23, 2006
|| The Gain Paradigm Part 8 - Sociial Revolutions, by Bill Ellis, EzineArticles.com
| December 16, 2006
|| The Trap Of Recognising Israel, by Jonathan Cook , Countercurrents.org,
| December 11, 2006
|| Democracy -- Shamocracy. What happened to the ideas of democracy and freedom that were among the rationales for the invasion and occupation of Iraq? , by Sean Gonsalves, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message
| December 8, 2006
|| Who owns The American Congress?, by David Truskoff, Countercurrents.org,
In our May 1st, 2006, press release,
we have promoted our definition and meaning of 'global politics'. Global politics now exist because what is happening at the United Nations (U.N.) is totally unacceptable.
Very powerful military groups and other types of powerful lobbying groups basically 'run' the U.N. Those with the money run the UN. That in itself is an acknowledgment of defeat
of the part of an organization such as the U.N. that is supposed to be representing and protecting "the Peoples" rights; universal values of human dignity, freedom, equality and solidarity; and the principles of democracy and the rule of law.
We see none of that! We see chaos. We see international politics, governments worried only about their own self-interests, bullying from nations with the most
powerful military, and we see an unsustainable future ahead. It has become clear that the U.N. has promoted a culture of violence, waste, mismanagement and corruption which
cannot reform itself. Lobbying groups would never allow a thorough reform of the U.N. organizational structure and of its ways of doing things in the world.
The world wants an organization dedicated to the welfare of all Peoples and to the protection of the Earth's environment and the
global life support systems. Such an organization must not be governed by powerful lobbying groups.
We see entire nations making choices based on what is good for themselves, today self-interests, versus what is good for the next generations and all life on the planet. In
other words, they make choices between international politics versus global politics. International politics are driven by national interests, self-interests,
and powerful lobbying groups, while global politics are about the survival of all of us on the planet.
Global politics is about doing what is right for humanity and all life on the planet.
Global politics is about doing what is right for all of us now and in the future, and for all life on the planet. We base our understandings and actions on principles we all know are rights deep down. You cannot have a nation invading
another nation for its resources? its water? its oil and gas? We have chaos without principles! We have conflicts and wars. There are ways of doing things that will give everyone a good survival chance. There are global equitable
and sustainable solutions. War goes against global sustainability and global peace.
Global politics are meant to guide us on the right path. They are meant to bring humanity on a safe ground. They are about the survival of all of us of the planet. This is what people who work hard, pay their taxes and play by the
rules want from their political leaders. You don't expect politicians to be perfect. But you do want to know that your tax dollars - money you've worked for - are being spent properly and wisely.
The U.N. and all its related organizations have failed humanity and all life on Earth on many levels:
1. the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was designed to cover major crimes against humanity and all life on Earth;
it should be replaced by the Scale of Human and Earth Rights;
2. corruption, mismanagement at the highest levels, and bad global governance;
3. promotion of the military option, war;
4. allowing the genocides of several peoples;
5. the business of deceiving, making believe, controlling without a democratic mandate from the Global Community;
6. the U.N. is operating using precepts dating back 2000 years and developed by the Roman Empire; those precepts best suit the invasion
of nations and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the Earth environment;
7. the absence of proper governance and justice at the U.N.; and
8. the use of trickery to deceive the world and subdue nations.
Seeing such a mess, GCEG had no other choice than to research and develop the Global Constitution,
and to enforce Global Law.
GCEG had no other choice than to research and develop a proper system of governance for all of humanity.
We want to shut down the UN. We have now replaced it by the GCEG.