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Friday, July 15, 2005


[GMW #731] Moving From A United Nations to a United Peoples, to a United Earth

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[GMW #731] Moving From A United Nations to a United Peoples, to a United Earth
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Religion & Spirituality

~ Idea 1431 ~11 June 1998
I also recommend a world conference of all major partners in the globalization of humanity and world affairs: governments, the United Nations and its 32 agencies, other world institutions, regional institutions, e.g. the European Union, business, scientists, the media, global non-governmental associations, global private institutions, religions, global philanthropists, world universities, global visionaries, etc. We need to move from the United Nations to a United Peoples, to a United Earth.

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

Robert's Golden Sayings
It is only passion and a one-track mind for peace that will lead us to peace.
Peacemakers must be as uncompromising as are the military.
We need a total strategy for peace as the military have one for war and ‘defense’.
We need peace games, peace exercises, the same way as the military have war games and military exercises. There have never been any peace exercises on this planet.

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

A UN colleague said to me:

"If there were only five people like you at the UN, what a change this would make!"

I looked at him sternly and commented:

"Why did you add four excuses to not being one of the five yourself?"

Dear Howard and Robert,

Many thanks, Howard, for passing this to a man I admire -- Robert Muller, raised in an area and era of world conflict..
My father fought in the worst battles in France in W War 1 and admired the local people.

Both of you may know of Sir Norman Angell. Before World War 1 he wrote "The Great Illusion", as I think a journalist writing in English, French and German, warning the nations that were on a collision course and prescribing a peaceful alternative -- an international rule of law. Before World War 2 he published a sequel: "The Great Illusion -- Now".
It was brought to my attention by a fellow student (who later was in our federal cabinet with me). This book again predicted the carnage of W War 2 and prescribed the legal alternative. This persuaded me to begin my long support of the world federation objective. I've taken part in regional, national and international peace conferences, a UN delegation and so on.

In the past few years John Bunzl's "The Simultaneous Policy" has given me new hope of an inexorably growing grass roots movement which may be the best hope for a taking back the world from its militarizing and marketeering.

Best wishes

-- Doug Everingham

Doug, You probably know/remember former Undersecretary General of the UN, Robert Muller (who is receiving this). Irwin Abrams, History prof (emeritus) at Antioch College, is the world's foemost authority on the Nobel Peace Prize.
Howard Cort, Ghent, NY

----- Original Message -----
From: Howard
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 5:21 AM
Subject: Fw: [GPAforum] Re: [Worldcitizen-l] we need action not words in creating a world governemnt

Irwin, I thought you'd be interested in ISPO, below. Doug Everingham is about your age, from Melbourne, an MD & a
former member of the Aussie Parliament.
Howie Cort

----- Original Message -----
From: Doug Everingham
To: zengzuqing
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 2:02 AM
Subject: [GPAforum] Re: [Worldcitizen-l] we need action not words in creating a world governemnt

Hi, Z. Z., I agree we need actions.
I also address if I'm still their correspondent.

I suggest these actions toward world government:

1. Register your support for ISPO <>

2. Join ISPO discussion lists where you can propose or support suggestions (including this)
for laws you want countries to accept or amend to achieve growing consensus among them
on international issues like disarmament, conservation, equity and cooperation.
When enough of them agree they will have taken the step eventually unavoidable --
admitting the need for surrendering sovereignty on international legal issues to a world government.

3. Join with enough other ISPO supporters in your country to contact every candidate for your next national election individually
asking her/him to join ISPO, responding to you as one of the growing number of ISPO supporters
pledged to give voting preference to ISPO supporting candidates.

3. Keep ISPO co-ordinators, voters, parliamentarians and others informed of those candidates' responses
and of the growing numbers of supporting voters, legislators and organizations adopting ISPO
and its developing multilateral policy planks, stressing that adopting ISPO binds legislators to implement such planks
but -- to avoid 'first mover' disadvantage -- only when sufficient other countries agree to do the same simultaneously.

We have pursued this course before the last national elections in Australia and the UK and plan to expand the process.
It should make it increasingly harder for governments to refuse to join movements and commitments
to accept and construct democratic world government.


-- Doug Everingham

From: zengzuqing
Date: Fri Jun 17, 2005 9:56:34 PM Australia/Brisbane
To: WorldCitizen-l
[Worldcitizen-l] we need action not words in creating a world governemnt

we need action not words, it is useless to write articles and publish it without action. nobody have interest in reading your articles without tell them how to take action
in creating a world government.
Zeng Zuqing
June 17, 2005

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