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Wednesday, May 25, 2005


[GMW #694A] Earth Government For The Earth And Humanity

[GMW #694A] Earth Government For The Earth And Humanity
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~ Idea 1779 ~

Writers can have a great influence on the coining of new words. Here is an illustration.

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met in Washington in December 1941 to begin to think of what kind of World Organization should be created after the war. Franklin Roosevelt proposed to create an Associated Powers. Churchill quoted to him a passage of Byron's Child's Harold Pilgrimage where United Nations drew the sword to defeat Napoleon in Waterloo. He proposed and Roosevelt accepted it for the planned organization.

As a writer and elder of world affairs, I propose that we must now create an Earth Government as we enter the next century and millennium I hope that one or several heads of state like Churchill and Roosevelt will plan a new world organization for the Earth and humanity in the 21st century and new millennium.

Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Earth's Ecology, Religion & Spirituality

Robert's Golden Sayings
A good poet brings joy, enlivens, beautifies, validates, elevates all Creation around them.

My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 6

In my work at the UN, in my life in general, I had a whole range of intentions, a vast canvass of ideas, visions and actions. I was a world smith, with hundreds of irons in the fire, a hatmaker with every conceivable material, a chef disposing over innumerable culinary ingredients, a painter with all the gamut of colors, a composer with an infinity of notes.

Re: Great book to recommend

Dear Robert: Was reluctant to recommend a book for you and Barbara to read, since I know that you have limited time, but there is one I just read that was quite wonderful

re the nature of social change, re the origins of the movement to abolish slavery in the British Empire:

It's called Bury the Chains by Adam Hochschild (2005) & it's great.

Origins of many things activists use today: political buttons, posters, petitions to Parliament, etc. etc. Plus, for world federalists, there is a possible analogy:

After great initial success (starting in May 1787, a magic date as you'll recall), they fell upon extremely hard times [just like us in recent decades] but then were ultimately successful).

Yours, Jim

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