Recently I issued a call for the end of gender persecution globally by Aug. 1, 2011.
You may be asking yourself, has he lost his mind? He just issued a call for the disclosure of UFOs and a call for world peace. Does he know what he’s doing? What’s he up to?
What I’m up to is exploring the creation of context, global context, for social transformation. Exploring – I’m not certain of what I’m doing. Laying new track. Exploring new directions. Covering new ground.
In my opinion, nothing happens of a planet-wide nature without two things having been created. The first is a global context and the second is a global deadline. Let me look at each of these matters one at a time.
A context is a space or paradigm that is unto itself a whole; that is, potentially it leaves no one out of its purview.
I say “potentially” because we as human beings have free choice. “Ascension” is a context. Potentially it includes everyone. But there will be those who leave themselves out of the context. As far as I know, nothing should be done to force them to choose otherwise. The right to free choice is a natural law that even our friends, the galactics, will not subvert.
“Health” is a context. Potentially everyone can enjoy health. There is no potential barrier to anyone enjoying health. There are actual barrier such as pollution famine, and disease. But every human being has the potential to experience health, given the right conditions. It is accessible to all, without distinction of rich or poor, white or black, theist or atheist. Someone can choose conditions that lead to ill health; that is their choice. But, at least potentially, “health” is possible for all.
Similarly, a world free of gender persecution is a context. It can include men and women, people in developed and undeveloped countries, people of all religions.
“Having babies” is not accessible to men, neither potentially or actually, apart from Hollywood movies. In terms of the world at large, unless I’m missing something,”having babies” cannot be a global context.
I may in the next while be experimenting with creating context for some large problems in society. No, I haven’t taken leave of my senses. What I’m doing is seeing where this can lead. I’m experimenting and I may very well make mistakes. I’m feeling my way along in this area. But I want to begin and I’m determined not to be put off by the prospect that I could make errors.
Some contexts that have not yet been embraced by us as a world include “human unity,” “religious freedom,” “global abundance,” “individual sovereignty,” and “world peace.” They exist as concepts, but they have not yet been accepted by us globally as a context that we as a world validate, support and commit ourselves to. Without our commitment they simply exist as good ideas.
The second matter is that no transformation of a planetary nature will likely occur, in my view, without the establishing of a deadline for the transformation. The degree of social coordination of effort involved in establishing a global context will not happen, I believe, if we leave matters till “some day.” We have to commit to a deadline.
John F. Kennedy, when he committed the United States to having a man on the moon, did not specify that it would happen some day. He said he wanted it to happen by the end of the Sixties. And it happened one year before decade’s end. The possibility of social co-ordination of action was made possible by the choice of a deadline.
I’d like to start exploring these issues by examining some aspects of the creation of largescale employment projects. Yes, this is blue sky. Yes, I stand a good chance of failing to get to the heart of the matter. If you see somewhere where what I’m saying can be improved, for heaven’s sake, point it out to me.
Plumbing this area is something I think has value, even if it goes no farther than an exploration.