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[GMW #2138] Proper Earth Government With New Political, Economic, Education, Media ... Rethought From Scratch

[GMW #2138] Proper Earth Government With New Political, Economic, Education, Media ... Rethought From Scratch
Thursday 27 January 2010, Editor: Easy
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Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 1001 to 1500
~ Idea 1365 ~    6 April 1998

An intern of our International Radio for Peace to whom I explained that Capitalism was obsolete and bound for change, answered: "But I know of a new monetary system which could remedy all that."  I replied to him: "I do not want to see it.  I have at least twenty of them.  The problem is that the holders of the existing system do not even want to look into anything else.  The only thing which can save us is to call in a world conference to rethink from scratch the whole economic system of this planet."

I gave him another example: "You have many proposals for a world federal government.  They might all be good, but there will be people who will object, by saying: 'the states you would federate are totally artificial.  They are the results of conquests, marriages, stealings of lands, etc.  What is needed is an Earth government based on bioregions, regions which have a life in common, like the great river basin countries, the mountain countries, the Arctic and Antarctic, etc.  Proper Earth government requires that we think in those terms.'  My answer again to them is: "We need urgently a world conference to rethink from scratch the way this planet is governed or rather misgoverned.  At it, all ideas would be reviewed to find which is the best, or which is the best combination in the interest of the Earth and humanity."

I refer therefore here to ideas 527 to 547 in which I urge that 21 basic segments of human life on this planet should be reconsidered and rethought from scratch:
a new political system,
a new economics,
a new education,
a new media and communications,
a new democracy,
a new global leadership,
a spiritual Renaissance,
a non-violent human society,
a well preserved planet,
a decent well-being for all humans,
a stabilization of world population,
right human settlements,
a global security of the planet,
a new science and technology,
a new world psychology,
a new science and art of planetary management,
and a new art and culture.
These should all be the object of major world conferences to be held as rapidly as possible as we enter the 21st century and third millennium.

Governments might not listen to me, but it is my duty to say this in the light of my fifty years of world experience.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,  
Volume II Chapter 4 - Of Positive Living
Always be positive
in intentions
in thoughts
in ideas
in words
in action.

UN News Sources - UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service , UN Wire News Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Rights of: Children, Women, Indigenous People
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.

Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, place to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul. --John Muir

Fact of the Day:
In the age of multi-tasking, constant communication, and overwhelming stimuli, studies show that a 20 minute walk helps refocus our minds and revive our spirits. Researchers explain, "Nature engages your attention in relaxed fashion- leaves rustling, patterns of clouds, sunsets, a bird, the shape of an old tree. It captures our attention in subtle, bottom-up ways and allows our top-down attention abilities a chance to regenerate. Attention, therefore, is "restored" by exposure to natural environments. [ more ]

Be The Change:
Incorporate spending time in nature into your weekly routine.
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