During an open dialogue about options for sustainable human progress and breaking destructive environments of controle, I received this short video from a village in Mexico. How the local women got fed up with the criminal forces murdering their sons, violating the women and controling their lives through terror and fear. They stood up, kicked out corrupt police and politicians, and established a realtime democratic participation society (sustainocracy) based on the first of our basic core human values for sustainable human resilience and a progressive community: safety.
Feminine power, the birth of a basic Sustainocracy in Mexico
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