Politics and Justice without borders: what we stand for
Global Community
Global Movement to Help
to serve the people of all nations, all life on Earth
May 12, 2010

by
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Global Parliament
Federation of Global Governments
Global Dialogue 2010 Main Index Portal 2010 Current News


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Here is my short Bio

Here is my short Bio. For more extensive description of my background read http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GPA/gimshortBiogdufour.htm  and http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/globalcommunity/ecoexecutive.htm
 
 


Germain Dufour

Prophet of God
Founder and Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Earth Government
Global Parliament
Federation of Global Governments
http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2010/Portal2010.htm
Global Community WebNet Ltd.
Chairman of the Board for the development of the Federation's Constitution Advisory Board to the Global Parliament's Constitution
http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Constitution/MainIndex.htm

Home contact
186 Bowlsby Street
Nanaimo,   British Columbia
Canada    V9R 5K1
Phone:    (250)   754-0778

Electronic contact
gdufour@globalcommunitywebnet.com
globalcommunity@telus.net
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Education
M.Sc.  (Honours),   Physics,  University  of  Québec  at  Trois-Rivières,   Québec,   1982
B.Sc.  (Honours),   Physics,  University  of  Victoria,   British Columbia,   1976
Scientific publications and internal reports prior to 1985 are shown at http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/globalcommunity/ecoexecutive.htm

Achievements
In 1985, developed and defined the global concepts of 'Global Community' and 'Global Dialogue'. Established a Global Dialogue between people, businesses, communities and nation governments. The global concepts are concerned about:

A)     humanity resolving global problems in a peaceful way for the benefit of all Peoples and Life on Earth;
B)     promoting Peace in the world through dialogue;
C)     finding sound and equitable solutions to local and global problems; and
D)     helping humanity survive this Century, taking along and protecting as much as possible other lifeforms.
Measured environmental, social and economic indicators to evaluate global societal sustainability.

Developed policies, strategies and legislative documents for the Earth Community Organization (ECO), the Global Community.

Proposed to the United Nations (U.N.)  a federation of all Nations, Global Parliament, Earth Government, and the Global Constitution, a governing body based on democracy for all Peoples on Earth.
 
 

Conducted the research and development of humanity's new vision which is about living a life and seeing the world through:

  •     The Global Community fundamental and philosophical concepts, and what the Global Community stand for;
  •     Global Law concepts, legislation, standards and good practices, regulations, codes, bills, statutes;
  •     Scale of Global Rights;
  •     The Judiciary;
  •     Justice for all with Global Law;
  •     Earth Court of Justice;
  •     A process for settling of disputes between nations and the formation of a new nation;
  •     Politics and Justice without borders;
  •     Life is protected by Global Law;
  •     Life is the building block through which we can be with God and God with us;
  •     The Soul of all Life is our guiding hand;
  •     Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act;
  •     Statement of Rights, Responsibilities and Accountabilities of a Person and the Global Community;
  •     Building of global symbiotical relationships between people, institutions, cities, provinces and nations of the world;
  •     Global Constitution;
  •     Global Parliament Constitution;
  •     Portal of the Global Civilization;
  •     Federation of Global Governments;
  •     Global Parliament;
  •     Global Ministries for all life on Earth;
  •     Essential services to the people of all nations;
  •     Global Protection Agency (GPA), and the Agency of Global Police (AGP);
  •     Global Peace Movement;
  •     Global Justice Movement;
  •     Global Movement to Help and serve the people of all nations.
  •     The establishment of the Earth Biodiversity Zone;
  •     The establishment of humanity collective consciousness and database for learning, researching and sharing survival insights to achieve the continuity of intelligent life on Earth;
  •     Security for all global citizens;
  •     The Global Economic and Social System; and
  •     The establisment of a common economic zone around the planet for all people and businesses.


All parts of humanity's new vision have been promoted around the world, and will continue to be promoted, through the Global Dialogue The idea of creating a Global Dialogue was first brought forward in a report on global changes published in 1990 by Germain Dufour conferences, workshops, and activism work. Proceedings of the Global Dialogue show the research and development work. Proceedings of the Global Dialogue as evaluated by the Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC) And we also promote our values and principles through our days of celebration or remembering during the year.


The Global Community days of celebration or remembering during the year: Detailed listing of the days of celebration

  • Life Day Celebration
    A day to say thank you God for the gift of life on our planet. On May 26, as part of the Global Community Peace Movement, we rejoice with all Peoples of the world , and all life, for the annual Celebration of Life Day. Life is the most precious gift ever given by God to the universe and this event needs to be celebrated.
  • Cultural Appreciation Day
    On August 22 of every year the Global Community celebrates the Global Cultural Day, the Cultural Appreciation Day. The event's theme is "Culture, Values and Social Development." The Global Community is rich with tradition and art. Culture is certainly tangible - churches, temples and monuments; and intangible - heritage with performing arts, fine arts or visual arts. Every community is based on a society distinctly different from any other country and its people. The Cultural Appreciation Day celebration occurs at the same time and is an important part of the Global Exhibition.
  • Along with all the global communities, the Global Community, all life on Earth, and the Soul of Humanity can rightfully claim ownership of the Earth as a birthright
    And October 29 of every year is a special day to claim that right. Let us celebrate! The Earth and all its natural resources belong to all the "global communities" contained therein. A village, or a city is "a global community" and owns the land and all other natural resources around its boundaries. Along with the Global Community, all life on Earth, and the Soul of Humanity, a global community has ownership of all natural resources within its boundaries. Founders and Spiritual Leaders of the Global Community organization are happy to celebrate that day with all life on Earth.
  • Founding of the Global Community organization, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global Governments
    Message from the President of Global Parliament, Earth Government, the Federation of Global Governments    Message from the President of Earth Government
    History of the Global Community organization, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global Governments History of the Global Community Organization and Interim Earth Government Since its beginning in 1985, many accomplishments can be claimed by the Global Community: History of the Global Community organization and Earth Government
    History of the organization. History of the Global Community Organization and Interim Earth Government Since its beginning in 1985, many accomplishments can be claimed by the Global Community: History of the Global Community organization and Earth Government The Global Community organization, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global Governments were founded on October 29, 1985, in Calgary, Canada by Germain Dufour, Prophet of God, Spiritual Leader and President, and further developed through Global Parliament meetings.
  • Global Citizenship Day
    Citizenship of the Global Community, which will exist by virtue of a Treaty between nation governments and the Global Constitution of the Global Community, is conferred on everyone who is a citizen of a Member State. And October 29 of every year is a special day to participate in the ceremonies of those becoming Global Citizens. The Global Community citizenship is additional to, and does not replace, national citizenship. Election by universal suffrage when conducted by all Member States, will give the Global Community Parliament full legitimacy. By voting in its elections the citizens of the Global Community enhance its status and influence.

    The Global Community citizenship gives citizens the right of free movement and residence in the territory of the Member States, the right to vote and stand for election in the Global Community and local elections, the right to diplomatic protection, as well as:

    - the right to petition the Global Community Parliament;
    - the right to bring complaints before the Global Community Ombudspersons; and
    - the right to address any of the Global Community institutions or bodies in one of the official languages and to receive an answer in the same language.
  • Tribute to Virginie Dufour, the first Secretary General of the Global Community organization, who passed away April 28,2000.

    The Global Community thanks you Virginie with all their hearts. Our members will keep your Vision alive and continue to work to create a better world. We will miss your guidance and enlightenment in each step that we’ll take in the coming months and years. Our remembrance of you will be eternal. You have been  an inspiration for the world and will be sorely missed by the thousands of lives you touched. Your work will remain a guiding hand for the Global Community. May God rest your Soul in eternal peace.
  • The Global Exhibition
    For the fifth year since the first time ever promoting of a Global Exhibition in 2006, there will be a Global Exhibition at the time of Global Dialogue 2010, and at the same site in Nanaimo. It will also be occurring anywhere else in the world along with Global Dialogue 2010 during the period August 17-22 of each year. The Global Exhibition is a replacement to the usual Trade Show we have been promoting during each previous Global Dialogue. The Preliminary Program to the Global Exhibition will be the same as that of Global Dialogue 2010.  Program for Global Dialogue 2010
    The Global Exhibition covers many aspects. It can be about creating high profile, highly targeted business and consumer exhibitions, where buyers and suppliers from around the world can come together to do business. In an increasingly digital age, nothing can replace the power of human contact for establishing and maintaining business relations. And with more market leading exhibitions than any other organiser, no organiser delivers more business contacts. We specialize in exhibitions, trade shows, conferences and event planning.
    The Global Exhibition must allow multiplicity, diversity and contradiction to exist inside the structure of an exhibition ... a world where the conflicts of globalization are met by the romantic dreams of a new modernity, the Global Community and a new federation of nations.
  • Nationalization of natural resources
    As defined by the Global Community, the concept of ownership states that land and natural resources of the planet are a common heritage and belong equally to everyone, to all life on Earth, as a birthright. Products and services created by individuals are properly viewed as private property. Products and services created by groups of individuals are properly viewed as collective property. Only the Global Community can rightfully claim ownership of the Earth.

    The Global Community is defined around a given territory, that territory being the Earth as a whole, as well as a specific population, which is all life forms. That makes the Global Community the 21st century framework for Earth governance, and the only legitimate body with the power to make the laws of the land and to make the rules for the territory of the Earth.

    October 29 is the day to celebrate ownership of our natural resources and Earth governance.
  • Planetary Biodiversity Zone Day
    The Global Community has 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, including all drilling, military testing, and any other destructive uses of the ecosystems.

    Our planet is populated with living beings consisting of millions of different life forms interacting with each other to survive, thus forming an intricate web of life in different ecosystems on the planet. The interaction and interdependence between life forms are the driving force that creates and maintains an ecological - environmental equilibrium that has sustained life on Earth for millions of years enabling it to evolve, flourish and diversify. The Global Community values Earth’s diversity in all its forms, the non-human as well as the human.

    On Earth’s surface exists a diversity of arctic, temperate and tropical ecosystems with many different varieties of plants, animals, and human beings, all of which are dependent on soils, waters and local climates. Biodiversity, the diversity of organisms, depends on maintenance of ecodiversity, the diversity of ecosystems. Cultural diversity – which in effect is a form of biodiversity – is the historical result of humans fitting their activities, thoughts and language to specific geographic ecosystems. Therefore, whatever degrades and destroys ecosystems is both a biological and a cultural source. Earth is mostly covered with oceans. Though generally recognized as several 'separate' oceans, these waters comprise one global, interconnected body of salt water forming the Global Ocean. This concept of a global ocean as a continuous body of water with relatively free interchange among its parts is of fundamental importance to the Global Community. The major oceanic divisions are defined in part by the continents, and various archipelagos. These divisions are the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean (which is sometimes subsumed as the southern portions of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans), and the Arctic Ocean (which is sometimes considered a sea of the Atlantic). The Pacific and Atlantic may be further subdivided by the equator into northerly and southerly portions. Smaller regions of the oceans are called seas, gulfs, bays and other names. There are also some smaller bodies of saltwater that are on land and not interconnected with the Global Ocean, such as the Aral Sea, and the Great Salt Lake – though they may be referred to as 'seas', they are actually salt lakes. Despite their huge size, the oceans have been greatly affected by human activity. Pollution and overfishing are two major concerns. Human activities affect all aspects of life to the point of extinction of most species on our planet. In April 2008 the Global Community Peace Movement has declared a planetary state of emergency. For that reason, on September 25, 2008, the Global Community has declared a moratorium on all development in the zone, including all drilling, military testing, and any other destructive uses of the ecosystems. We have declared a moratorium on all development in the zone.

    The planetary biodiversity zone includes :

    • 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

  • Global Peace Movement Day
    On May 26 of each year, along with the Celebration of Life day, the Global Community celebrates the Global Peace Movement Day.
  • Global Justice for all Life Day
    The Global Justice for all Life Day is on October 29 of each year. It is a time to get together and promote Justice for all life on our planet.
  • Global Disarmament Day
    On May 26 of each year, along with the Celebration of Life Day and the Global Peace Movement Day, the Global Community celebrates the Global Disarmament Day .
  • The Soul of all Life, the Soul of Humanity, is the unifying religion of a modern symbiosis society, that of the global civilization of the 3 rd Millennium


Short description and history of the Global Community, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global Governments.

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The Global Community organization, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global Governments were founded in 1985 in Calgary, Canada by Germain Dufour,  Prophet of God, Spiritual Leader and President, and further developed through Global Parliament meetings. Later on in 1990s he was joined by his wife, Virginie, in the developing of many global concepts. Symbiotical relationships were defined to show the path for a better world. The Federation was formed to replace the United Nations. Its basic proposal is a de-centralized global government. A Global Government offers essential services to the people where it operates and the Federation  main function is to serve all people and help in this process with the formation of Global Ministries to protect all life on the planet. Essential services to the people of each  member nation are now the most important global rights on the Scale of Global Rights and are protected by the Global Protection Agency (GPA) of each member nation whose function is to enforce Global Law as defined in Global Parliament Constitution. The Scale is the fundamental guide to Global Law which itself includes legislation covering  all essential aspects of human activities. Justice for all with Global Law is what we want. Global Law comprises four fundamental pillars:
  • Ecclesiastical teaching
  • Civic Law by government
  • Natural processes and laws
  • God Law
Each and everyone of those pillars are meant to reinforce one another for the protection and survival of life on our planet. That is also how we will bring about the event of Peace amongst us all and give security and protection to all people, all life on Earth.

 

More can be read concerning the history of the organization at http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GIMProceedings/anniversary19852007.htm

History of the Global Community organization, Global Parliament, Earth Government and the Federation of Global GovernmentsHistory of the Global Community Organization and Interim Earth GovernmentSince its beginning in 1985, many accomplishments can be claimed by the Global Community:History of the Global Community organization and Earth Government
http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/globalcommunity/2005JulyNewsletter.htm

http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GIMProceedings/GNewsOct2007.htm#freedom
 
 

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Politics and Justice without borders: what we stand for

Politics and Justice without borders: what we stand for
Global Community
Global Movement to Help
to serve the people of all nations, all life on Earth
May 12, 2010

by
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Global Parliament
Federation of Global Governments

Politics and Justice without borders:  what we stand for
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Politics and Justice without borders: what we stand for
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May 12, 2010



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Other summaries of the Global Communty work



Global Community: the 21st century framework for Earth governance

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Global Community: the 21st century framework for Earth governance
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April 11, 2010

Global Law
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Global Law
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April 22, 2010


( see enlargement Politics and Justice without borders)
Global Political Parties
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March 20, 2010




( see enlargement Global Parliament)
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March 20, 2010



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