Michael Tellinger does a fine job in speaking his mind in regard to living without money.
I can also completely agree with him on the issue that we need money to end money. The plan that he lays out is so simple and has enough room in it to allow for all to be completely educated and come to agreement about the process based on the step by step way that Michael lays out, that it could be accomplished with relative ease.
The one idea that caught my eye was the Council of Elders. Our Founding Father called it an, ‘Assembly’.
The very idea of ‘Competition’ was exacerbated the idea of money. However, being a student of money I have arrived at the conclusion that no matter what box you try to put the concept of money in, there will always be some element that can be exploited to the disadvantage of the whole. It is ironic how many issues that automatically become resolved just by eliminating money and apply a level of contribution.
Resonating completely with the ideas like abundance. To round out the Flower of Life Assembly’s approach to abundance is to magnify the belief that no matter what system we are in, we can thrive in abundance. It is my belief that this approach can work from both ends and that they are not mutually exclusive.
The Ubuntu platform is like no other platform gone before. It is the Political Party that is not a political party. It is the news that it is a self teaching system by putting basic principles in place that will allow for abundance that will then allow for any additional elements will be of themselves self evident, Self evidence will replace coercion.
Focusing on abundance is an awesome way to demonstrate our abundance. The leaders that are put in place to allow us the opportunity to speak about issues in a way that are truly on the hearts and minds of most Americans.
Ubuntu offers the opportunity to gather us together and use the Founding fathers gifts of ‘Full Inherent Rights’, ‘Trial By Jury’ and the ‘Right to Assemble’.
To me the unifying force found in all of this is the fact that it will be the local council/assembly that decides what goes on in that community. And to be tied to a network of other communities trying to solve similar issues.
One idea he displayed was to have each community gather together to start community projects. He suggested that having the ability to generate your own power would be leveraged to ask everyone in the community to donate 3 hours a week in exchange for free energy. In a community of 1000 willing commitments, that is 3000 hours a week to use toward a community project well on their way creating abundance.
Creating a Not-For-Profit trust fund dedicated to the community that any donations find their way into, can be used to fund additional community projects for abundance. It is in the hands and personal creativity of the assembly members to find projects that most if not all the projects can be funded by donations of the needed materials & infrastructure. Which can be offered a host of support services by interlocking development of contact lists.
However, I want to be very specific at this point. The primary key to all of this is each individual assembly in each community. Three members is a good number to start with.
I would hope you will consider well this ‘Now’ moment we are all living in. I have placed a document Texas Jural Society-Preservation-of-Peoples-Reserved-Powers-Notice-to-Texas-Officials-in-Austin-Distribution for your full consideration as a point to be made that supports training the assemblies one step at a time. Keeping records of meeting and votes. Which works well in creating the first office of Clerk. Which also happens to fit well of actually calling it a ‘Court of Record’. Which can be convened into from the assembly. Once they can understand the work that can be done there, the next logical step is to be able to convene into their ‘Natural Law Jury’.
Experience and wisdom tells me that the first one to receive financial support should be the Clerk. This can easily be a full time job. Provide all the materials this person needs and assistance in the record keeping process as much as possible. Pay for their gas when they go make copies of documents and meals running errands. Or run them for them. This person will be supporting the entire team. The entire team needs to support this individual.
Flower of Life Assembly has created Ubuntu Party Nevada. On FaceBook
The research will and can be provided that will show the ability/right reserved to the people to create it’s own superior court. The document provided here, is in full support of that statement. It is the common ground we all seek. Reading this document should ease your mind, that not only is Ubuntu on the right track, but that the Founding Fathers were also on the right track and had the Ubuntu Vision over 200 years ago. And technically put it in place. We have the evidence.
It is my hope for Ubuntu to recognize the work accomplished and to work with those that are experienced in a common support of the same law form we each seek and for the same reasons. I work with those that made that document.
Of the several items that have drawn my attention the most are Home Schooling, the return of shamanism/holistic healing and the local ‘Natural Fundamental Law’ courts.
All to be incorporated into the Flower of Life Assembly Project
One part of this that can not be left untouched. The fact that the document in question can be used as a template. Researchers in each state can replace each reference to Texas with precedents & specifics in their own state Constitution and experience.
A conference call is being organized to facilitate the first Open General Assembly in Peace of the Flower of Life Assembly. This post will be part of that discussion.
Flower Of Life Assembly supports Ubuntu!
The integrated UBUNTU Community Projects were finally launched this weekend in Waterval Boven – with starting a regular soccer league. Soccer is a major part of South African life and the new weekly soccer league will add a much needed outlet for people’s sporting needs – we will replicate this in various other sporting codes to activate participation in community activities. We will be launching a Little League in soccer and cricket very soon, to get the little children off the streets and into community projects on a daily basis. Their reward will be a decent meal at the end of the day – so that no one goes to be hungry.
Another eagerly awaited event is the launching of the vandalised community hall which will be used for literacy and education in the day and documentaries and movies every night. The weekends will be taken up by theatrical productions, live music, talent contest, open mike, dancing and more. The income from these activities will be used for the food in the community kitchen.
Below is a list of the rest of the community projects that are all integrated and feed into each other – with the Community Kitchen being the centerpiece – which rewards all those who participate with a decent plate of food.
LIST OF COMMUNITY PROJECTS – TO CREATE ABUNDANCE FOR ALL
Each community project will be managed by a group of experts in that respective field
1) Recycling of the rubbish dump – using the income for the community kitchen
2) Community kitchen – to feed the orphans, the aged and the homeless
3) Community food gardens and growing enough food for all our people all year round
4) Re-activating the vandalised food growing garden and strawberry farm
5) Mushroom cultivation – one of the big halls at the fish farm – this will provide more mushrooms than our town can consume and will generate good income for the community
6) Growing seedlings and nursery – with primary school children learning new skills – beautifying our town with these plants and trees – fruit trees and nut trees for growing food along the streets and in the parks
7) Dairy – production of milk; cream; butter and cheese – export our cheese and butter
8) Bakery – get a master chef to train our bakers to bake many kinds of breads for our people and distribute to Mpumalanga
9) Learning Centre for adults and children – Providing alternative learning of skills for life including computer programming, welding, woodwork, sewing, etc
10) Arts & Crafts Studio – involving the aged to do pottery, weaving, fabrics, sewing, knitting, clothing, shoemaking and more
11) Music School – with a variety of instruments available for students
12) Restoring the vandalised town hall for educational film screenings – Musical performances , talent contests, theatrical shows, literacy training and more
13) Wood and timber factory – incorporating a saw mill and training facility – creating building materials, furniture and more
14) Metal factory – incorporating a training facility – creating building materials, furniture and more
15) Manufacturing of various building materials – bricks, tiles, wood, windows, and more
16) Community laboratory to create healthy cosmetics, shampoos, toothpaste using the knowledge of our traditional healers
17) Upgrading of our hospital – inviting volunteer doctors and nurses from around the world to come help out and share their knowledge and skills with our own healers and medical people
18) Manufacturing of Oxygenated Water – to provide the hospital and distribute around South Africa to heal our people – oxygenated water has shown to cure many diseases
19) Creation of public parks and recreational areas along the river – including the upgrading and activation of the trout dams – stimulating tourism
20) Tourism – Upgrade existing tourism attractions like the tunnel and introduce several new and exciting tourism attractions to benefit our people. Involve the community in this process
21) Upgrading and maintaining all the sporting facilities – including the swimming pool – and a community fitness centre/gym. Creating a healthy environment of sport and recreation with regular competition between teams for public participation and enjoyment
22) A local Radio Station at the community hall to inform and entertain our people
23) Fish Farm – Our fish farm can produce more than a million fish per month, create many jobs and feed our entire town and create abundance from exports. It has come to our attention that the fish farm has been sold or given to the NOKA developers and that they want to demolish the fish farm to build a shopping centre. This would be a great pity since this fish farm should serve the community. A shopping centre can be built anywhere without the destruction of a valuable asset of the people. We strongly oppose the destruction of the fish farm at all cost.
The fish farm should be one of the cornerstones of our community and our community projects.
in UNITY – Michael Tellinger