No sooner had I issued the “Call for a March of Millions” on Washington, March 6, 2011, than I began receiving emails asking why I had limited things to America and would I consider extending the call to the rest of the world.
I wholeheartedly agree with the request to extend the call to the rest of the world.
I therefore call on the world as a whole to join in a “Worldwide March of Millions,” to be held on March 6, 2011, at 12:00 noon local time, in all major cities, state or provincial capitals, and national capitals around the globe.
You may march. You may rally or gather. You may observe a moment of silence or meditate. It matters not how you participate. It only matters that you do participate.
The purpose of the Worldwide March of Millions is peacefully and lovingly to deliver our demands to all governments for effective measures to put an end to the oppression, exploitation and persecution of people; and, more specifically, put an end to:
(1) Despotic and dictatorial government everywhere.
(2) The inequitable distribution of wealth on the planet.
(3) Wars and genocide.
(4) Organized crime.
(5) Human trafficking, sexual slavery, child labor and all other forms of organized exploitation.
(6) The erosion of civil rights, the invasion of privacy, censorship, and all other forms of social control of the planet’s people.
We acknowledge that elites, classes, power blocs, and cabals have grown up around the planet that control the population as a whole and withhold the wealth of the world from them. We declare that all circumstances that disadvantage some people for the well-being of a small elite group must now end on the planet and that the welfare of all people must now be our governing principle.
We declare anew our agreement to the principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the charters and conventions which have risen from it.
We acknowledge the sisterhood and brotherhood of all people, irrespective of religion, race, nationality, language, or other differences.
We acknowledge the right of all people to peace, freedom, and equality of opportunity.
We strive for a world without poverty, hunger, lack of education, homelessness, and illness.
We wish to give birth to a world that works for everyone, and not just a few. We will not stop assembling and expressing ourselves until all dictatorship, crime, and corruption on the planet has ended.
On behalf of a world yearning to breathe free,