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A Free & Equal society for all - is that possible?
What we believe is what creates our reality
While there is the potential for us to create greater things by thinking greater thoughts, two things may stand in our way in this lifetime. Our inner mental dialog is like walking in a maze and getting lost.
- The dweller on the threshold, (our ego - personality) is the naysayer preventing our thoughts from coming into being.
- Our sacred contract, (our subconscious) that tells our conscious mind that this isn't the path we should take.
Who is in control? Our ego - personality, or our intuitive nature that listens to our subconscious? Are we awakening to our sacred contract? Having the awareness of both is what we all aim for if we want to evolve as a specie. Listen to the following video and then the word UBUNTU is making a lot more sense.
The truth is hidden in plain sight
In this above video Jeff interviews Kenneth Scott on topics that include how our fundamental belief in freedom has been taken away from Humanity. He explains the esoteric nature of the power elite and how the ancient origins still has humanity in a grip of today's systems of power, symbolism and ancient bloodlines, family houses, bonded debt and corporations, US bankrupt since 1933 and in a state of permanent martial law, the truth is hidden in plain sight he says.
What does the Bantu word Ubuntu stands for?
Ubuntu is a well known word in South Africa.
It is an Nguni Bantu word that means having a belief in a universal bond of sharing that which connects all of humanity. Globally it means UNITY! South African entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth (who became the first citizen of an independent African country to travel to space) founded Canonical Ltd which is a UK-based privately held computer software company that produces Open-source software and related projects in the spirit of Ubuntu.
Nelson Mandela explains the term “UBUNTU” very well on a short video clip on wikipedia.org
Micheal Tellinger who founded the Ubuntu Party and will be contesting the South African elections on May 7th 2014 is a great example to us all. Please watch his presentation about the Ubuntu party
The UBUNTU Party intends to create a PEOPLE'S BANK that creates money for the people, by the people – tax free and interest free.
What do we mean by being born free?
When children are born, they are free and each should be treated in the same way and not be bound or subject as a slave is to his master. Each birth certificate must NEVER become the property of any corporation. How do you think money came into existence?
When I learned that each living human being was considered an asset, with a monetary value to borrow against, I was shocked. Have a look at the red numbers printed on the birth certificates. Those numbers refer to a security exchange asset number listed on the New York Securities Exchange, in which each individual is worth money to the International Bank. If you want to read more about this conspiracy against humanity read Cherrys article:
We tried to warn you! The economic collapse proved how resilient and dangerous affluenza can be. Now in its third edition, this book can safely be called prophetic in showing how problems ranging from loneliness, endless working hours, and family conflict to rising debt, environmental pollution, and rampant commercialism are all symptoms of this global plague.
Lying through media advertising during election times
I’m not speaking for any of my readers, but I’m truly sick about some of the advertising now seen on the TV, billboards on roads and buildings and on the internet through YouTube, Face book and other social network sites - knowing I might get paid for the clicks on hub-pages. We all know that we live in an over consumerism society, but during election time the ruling party of South Africa is blatantly using its public resources to maintain their grip on power.
Some of the promises and public statements of the propaganda speeches you can read on the internet are the following...
What sounds great but are empty promises.
- The introduction of cell phones has revolutionized communication in remote African villages. “Oh really? Does that mean that the poorest of the poor, previously doomed to death by starvation, can now eat a smartphone?”
- If a mere 10% of our global population make a commitment to end extreme poverty that alone will spur creativity and action. “Sure lets walk the talk to the people who say this because it still feels to me that we have only reached the 2% mark”
- Put a total STOP to the market forces that are mostly driven by PROFIT motives. “Yes what a great plan. I totally agree, but then we have to remove all the corporations, governments and especially BANKS!”
- During the elections a lot of politicians make spectacular promises, but do they deliver? The elites in backward countries, especially Africa, seem to love poverty as a powerful political instrument to retain power. While they keep their privileges intact. They are still exploiting the poor by false advertising.
- One of the best ways to reduce poverty in Africa, India, and Pakistan etc is to reduce the population. Oh that is what is happening. Kill as many people in order to live a richer life?
"Let’s sum up what the Ubunty party might stand for if it gets one or two seats in parliament, and then see if you all feel they have a possibility of success."
UBUNTU strives for: that the land in a country, belongs to the people of the country.
“You mean their aim would be to do away with borders?”
Toon's reply was YES
Ubuntu strives for: that any mineral wealth and the right to energy creation belong to its people.
“ You mean that their aim is be to make energy a FREE for ALL commodity? “ Richard asked. Toon's reply was YES
Ubuntu strives for : nationalisation of the mines with the aim that the mineral wealth must be shared for the benefit of all in equal amounts.
“How will the entire gold, silver and other mineral supplies be shared? Annelies asked. Hans reply was that its value will be used for exchange for goods and knowledge for the benefit of all. Free schooling, medical care and sharing of nutritious food.
Ubuntu strives for : a government that is appointed as the servant of the people, by the people.
“Ha ha that is the best plan of all. You mean that the politicians must serve the needs of the people on every level of our human endeavor before their own?” Everyone agreed
Ubuntu strives for : the creation of a PEOPLE’S BANK that creates a currency exchange system that is tax-free and interest-free without any borders.
“You mean what has already done in Toon's communities around the world. To use a system that can be implemented before the banking system crashes altogether?” Richard asked. Toon explained that there would soon be a transaction card with many site benefits made available globally.
Ubuntu strives for : a united support to the scientists and inventors to deliver a renewable source of Free Energy for every person on the planet.
“What you’re telling us is that they intend to scrap all patent laws that individuals and businesses still hold on to?” Annelies asked.
“Indeed, knowledge is to be shared for the benefit of all.” Hans replied
Ubuntu strives for : removing the company Monsanto from South Africa and the rest of the world.
“That should have already been done surely. Preventing them from taking control of our food supply?” Mien commented.
“Indeed and steps have already been taken.” Toon replied
Ubuntu strives for: totally restructuring the judiciary and the unjust legal system which holds the rights of corporations above human beings.
“That is the best of all. Let there be a common law that is written by the people for the people. “ Toon concluded.
Through my fictional characters I am faced with the question of how will I describe the three realities humanity has to choose from.
Do you know which movement you would be drawn to?
A world without poverty, is that possible?
“Poor people are like Bonsai trees. When you plant the best seed of the tallest tree in a six-inch deep flower pot, you get a perfect replica of the tallest tree, but it is only inches tall. There is nothing wrong with the seed you planted; only the soil-base you provided was inadequate. There is nothing wrong with their seeds. Only society never gave them a base to grow on.”
How far have we succeeded in the above possible scenarios?
When I typed into Google the two words: ‘Peoples bank’, I came to many pages of commercial banks who are all heavily promoting their so called unbelievable services, knowing that they are all still using usury policies, until I found the page about Muhammad Yunus
This incredible man is a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur, banker, economist and civil society leader who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for founding the Grameen Bank. He is truly busy creating a world without poverty.
To help the Ubuntu party with setting up a People’s Bank
Never in my life did I think I would get involved in a political election campaign, but I can see the need to have someone of like mind have a voice when they manage to get at least one, two or (let’s hope) as many as four seats in our government. Michael is no politician, and many of us are grateful that he is prepared to be an example to people that have only there self interest at heart.
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