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Sustainocracy and world peace?

Mid 2022 a Peace concert will take place in Nigeria. It is being organized by peace ambassador Ukpeme Okon and contemporary jazz musician Rick Dellaratta. The happy expectation of this unique gathering, that will be broadcast worldwide, is a wonderful occasion for us to initiate a dialogue about Peace, its significance and how to achieve it in a lasting manner.

If we look up the word Peace then we get a number of meanings, all representing relatively passive states of tranquility, the absence of agression or war. This is not enough for us. Peace needs to be a continuous process of harmonisation and conflict avoidance. Is this possible in our current human world order? We believe it is not. Our world is full of conflicts which are caused by a self centered attitude of having, taking and controls. In order to achieve world Peace humankind needs to grow up and start behaving in a different way.

Peace is achieved when all people and institutions are capable to resolve their differences or conflicts without violence, and work together in cooperative co-creation (also with our natural environment) to improve the quality of all life“.

In our current world of political and financial hierarchies “diplomacy” is already a good step into the direction of lasting Peace. In certain regions institutions learned to work together. Often this is to strengthen their financial position by sharing costs or addressing financial needs together. The concept of Triple Helix (Government – Business – University alliances) is such an example. But is still focused on the financial wellness of a region, not integral wellness through the involvement of all. Citizens are still consumers, workforce and tax payer. Not societal partners for sustainable progress, because in a world run by institutions progress is measured in financial parameters. The financials are presented as shared global responsibility, not certain core values. Even certain social securities have been translated into financial buffers as care, creating even more financial dependences. This creates the distortion among people and our environment which leads to climate issues, pollution, increased costs of society, inequality, speculative actions for financial growth, and the appearance of points of singularity upon which all kinds of collapse can be expected.

Sustainocracy introduces a set of core human values that are a shared responsibility in a multiple helix environment. It is theoretically not that difficult to create clustered, multidisciplinary communities to develop those core human values. In practice we see that such gathering at the regional cocreation level of Sustainocracy (sustainable HUMAN development and Democracy) is effective to provide people with real securities in their basic needs. It also assures their involvement in realizing them and sharing the abundance among all equally. With our current state of scientific knowledge there is no area in the world where circular community self sufficiency can not be realized.

“If we accept that sustainable human wellness and progress is a cocreation, not a cost, then we can also develop lasting Peace together” (Jean-Paul Close, Sustainocracy).

Peace is achieved when we do not have to compete for our needs. Living nature around us is based on shared abundance. When we associate ourselves wisely with nature and trust ourselves in applying well our knowledge with a sharing attitude, then we can all benefit from the natural abundance in a peaceful manner. What reasons could there be for not taking this responsibility together?


2 Comments

  1. World peace is an excellent idea when climate crisis happens in all corners of the earth. Thank you 😊

  2. mofwoofoo says:

    We need to be focusing on what we are facing at the moment first, other things can wait, imho. Please think about focussing on this: The Coming Winter in the World (metaphorically and literally)

    With extreme weather many crops have failed in large areas (https://edition.cnn.com/…/food-prices…/index.html),(https://time.com/…/crop-production-extreme-heat…/), (https://19january2017snapshot.epa.gov/…/climate-impacts…) also the supply chains are drying up, they don’t have markets to sell, so some farmers have begun to kill their livestock rather than have to pay for feed, etc. when they cannot sell (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhavFP9f6b4) (There are videos of farmers throwing out milk that they cannot sell (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NNzaQ4X56Q). So, it is possible to imagine food shortages very soon. And strangely, the governments seem to be doing nothing to prepare the people for this.

    Cities will be hit the hardest, especially those in cold regions. One might expect food riots, chaos in the streets. In the USA, executive orders are already in place that once the president declares a state of emergency FEMA has TOTAL power (http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/eo/femalist.htm). They can take your bank account, take over all transportation, put people in camps who seem suspicious indefinitely, without the right to trial. It is so horrible it may be hard for many to believe it could happen, but please remember what happened with Hitler, no one could imagine that was coming.

    And martial law, plenty of soldiers and police to intimidate and force people to obey.

    What I imagine might happen is that all those who don’t have vaccines will be removed to FEMA camps. Which will be the beginning of a modern 1984
    that would be inescapable.

    I am not a conspiracy theorist. I am a deductive thinker, imagining that if the giant criminals, the oligarchies, billionaires, the eugenicists, the corporatocracies, the socio and psychopathic rulers want to escape retribution for their heinous crimes against humanity, they must control humanity absolutely, which they are very close to achieving.

    And I am imagining their strategies if I was in their position. And then imagining strategies to counter their strategies (i.e. connecting activists digitally to share relevant information and strategies, getting out the info to people in cities, especially in cold zones, to begin storing rice, beans, grains, tins and preserves for up to 6 months).

    Everyone can choose: to be fearful of the virus or fearful of totalitarianism. But rather than living in fear, one can prepare and become involved as activists to prevent this from ever happening

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