Globalization Is About Bring Us Together

Our problems are a result of our national forms of organization no longer being able to meet our current global needs. How we organize ourselves determines how we see ourselves. This then determines our relationships with one another. We now live in a world of differences based on nationality. Therefore, we identify ourselves in national terms, which tells us that we are different from each other.

To meet our common global needs in the future we need to live in a world where we see our similarities.  By living in a global world based on our similarities, we will then come to see that our differences are actually the variety that humanity has been able to produce. At the level of globalization our differences would first become our varieties and then our similarities. By seeing ourselves on a global level, we will come to see that we are interconnected and the sum total of all of our national and ethnic identities and cultural experiences.

[x] Our Global Coming Together Will be the Next Great Age of Human Development

Coming together on a global level will begin the next great age of human development, which would be our coming together globally as a human family. This globalization will make us extensions of one another’s aspirations and concerns, which will permit us to build upon each other’s capabilities and insights within civil trusts.

This would allow us to develop our human strengths, which would result in maximizing our human potential and creativity. This would require that we form global cultures that would be able to augment our existing culture and bring them together into a common global understanding of ourselves having many roots in our past.

[x] Entrusted Example of Mary a Single Mother of Two

A second example of how an entrusted system would function within a global context would be the example of its ability to function across national boarders. This example is about a hypothetical person, Mary, a single young mother of two. She is also a software engineer that takes her to jobs in different places around the world for extended periods of time. Therefore, her professional needs required that she have a political contract that would be able to transfer her service requirements to other locations in the world by being able to provide her with the professional and personal services that she would need wherever she was going.

Within a global entrusted system she would be part of a global marketplace in which she would be in a global labor force that calls for her to relocate herself and her family quite frequently to various parts of the globe. She currently lives and works in New York City but is being transferred to Sao Paulo. Her political agent as personal civil trustee would transfer her membership account to Sao Paulo by closing all of her civil trust and political trust accounts in New York City and reopening new ones in Sao Paulo.

If her personal civil trustee as political agent did not have a branch in Sao Paulo that they would be affiliated with, she would then hire a political agent in Sao Paulo before she would move there. This agent would provide her with memberships within the various civil trusts of her choice. As now a resident in Sao Paulo, Mary would automatically become a member of the new neighborhood public service cooperative in which she lived. Now she would receive her civil trust government services through the various civil trust government service accounts that were opened for her in Sao Paulo.

By hiring a personal civil trustee in Sao Paulo as her new political agent she would open a membership account with the civil trusts that she needed as well as with all of the various organizations that she wished to belong to within the city of Sao Paulo. Through her personal civil trustee in Sao Paulo she would be able to procure for herself all of the public and personal services that she needs for herself personally and her family.

She has individual needs that are both professional and personal that needed to be met as well as the needs of her children. For herself she has memberships in a health spa, opera and the philharmonic, as well as various art classes and sport clubs. These are all the personal activities that she would need no matter where she lived. She also needs a school for her eldest and childcare for her youngest as well as all of those others activities that go along with childrearing. If she required additional personal services like finding a satisfactory place to live or referrals for physicians, dentists etc her own personal civil trustee in Sao Paulo would be able to provide them for her.

[x] Entrusted Example of Tom, a High School Student

The first example would be a hypothetical person named Tom.  The individual needs of Tom would begin at an early age and follow him throughout his life. When Tom was still a high school age student, he would have been approached by several personal civil trustees that would each offer him a package of public and government services in the form of government service accounts that would be tailored to his particular needs. Being underage, Tom, his parents and the personal civil trustees would each offer him his forthcoming government services based on his future needs.

These government services would be provided to Tom in the form of government service accounts designed to help him achieve his personal goals. Tom’s government service accounts would become his personal membership account and his own personalized government that would be held entrust for him by his own personal civil trust trustee. Tom’s personal membership account could also be used to provide him with a personal support fund that would provide him with the collateral that would allow him to purchases the public and government services that he needed.

Tom’s personal civil trust trustee would affiliate him with those organizations, associations and government service cooperatives that he felt he needed for his own personal development. Tom’s tailored set of government services would be designed to meet his needs and interests. As Tom’s interests changed, his personal civil trustee would have him open new accounts that better fit his new needs and close old accounts that were no longer necessary.

Tom would have his own personal civil trustee that would provide him with his tailored set of government services that would be designed to meet the needs of his new interest. Having their own personal civil trustee would also provide each young person with his own source for political and public information such as where to go to college or trade school or what types of insurance services etc. he should buy. Tom’s personal civil trust trustee would also be able to lookout for his personal interests by keeping him informed about what is happening within society that might affect him.

Having a personal civil trust trustee at his disposal during high school would allow Tom, if he was satisfied, to remain with his personal civil trustee even after graduation. By Tom having a personal civil trustee at his disposal that would be capable of following him throughout his life first nationally and then globally and that could change as his personal needs and wants, would change would empower Tom personally to the highest political degree possible.

[x] From Political Parties to Governing Parties

Political parties have alienated themselves from their constituencies because they can’t deliver to them what they told them that they could. If political parties are to become truly relevant in the lives of people they must become effective in delivering to their constituencies the kind of government that they wanted. These new political parties must also become governing parties with the capability of not only politically representing their constituency’s needs but also being able to provide them with the government services that they need.

These new kinds of pro-active governing parties would canvas their constituencies for their common needs and wants as well as make available the providers that could supply them from both internal as well as external sources. The governing party would then divide their membership according to their common needs and their entrusted providers.  Each would be provided with their own party facilitator whose duty it would be to bring together the public service consumer with the public service providers. This would allow governing parties to bring together the public sector with the private sector by providing a market for both to find each other.

When a party member has a personal need, they should be able to go to their government party representative who would then connect them with the party facilitator in charge of providing for their type of need. Governing parties could also implement an entrusted government system by providing a parallel government in the form of the civil trusts formed for the various needs of their members.

[x] Entrusted Global Development

Entrusting our global cooperation and development would be the beginning of our global coming together and will begin the next age of human development. Within a system of social trusts we would be able to organize ourselves in a transnational way across borders.  It would allow people to organize themselves beyond their borders, which would allow new avenues of exchange and thought to develop.

Organizing ourselves in a transnational way would allow us to base ourselves on our similarities in which we would become extensions of one another’s aspirations and concerns, which would allow us to develop our human strengths based on our similarities. This would permit us to build upon each other’s capabilities and insights, which would be our coming together on a global level as a human family where we would see each other as extensions of one another and result in maximizing our human creative potential.

[x] From Personalized Entrusted Governments to Collective Entrusted Governments

Within Cooperativism each person would have their own personalized entrusted government designed to deal directly with their personal concerns. This personalized entrusted government would entrust a person to many different civil trusts at the same time for their various personal turned common needs, wants, interests and concerns that they would share with others. Each person’s hired personal civil trustee would connect them with the various consumer and provider specialized civil trustees. Each person would then hire them to provide them with the products that they would require to meet their various needs, wants, interests, and concerns.

As a result of the social consumption patterns of each person’s personalized entrusted government, their shared common needs and wants with others would result in determining what kind of entrusted governments would develop. The entrusted government system would be constructed of various forms of social entrustment from personal to collective. This would make our personal entrustment with one another into our collective entrustments with each other making them the institutions of entrusted society.

[x] Gender Entrustment

Still another example of social entrustment would be gender entrustment. Social entrustment along gender lines would permit people to entrust themselves according to their gender’s needs. This would allow for the particular needs of each gender to be separately met and managed by themselves.

[x] Generational Entrustment

Another example of social entrustment would be entrusting ourselves generationally. People have different needs at different times of their lives.  Entrusting the needs of each generation to self-government would allow each generation the function free from the excesses of previous generations. This would force each generation to live within its means, which would give succeeding generations a debt free future to build their lives on.

Civil trusts could be formed to provide for the needs of the young, beginning during a person’s school years. It would be able to follow them throughout their lives and change as their members changed.  Entrusting each generation with the capability to manage itself according to their own needs would allow them to change when the needs of their members required it. This would allow for the situations that occur during any period of time to be managed directly by those most affected by them.

Civil trusts could be formed to provide for the particular needs of the old as well as the young. The old have needs that are particular to them. Their needs would become a collective targeted market for the private sector providers to service as would be the case for the young.

[x] Preservation Entrustment

Another example of social entrustment would be to protect and preserve certain parts of the natural environment or wildlife. This would allow wetlands and other protected territories and seas to be held in trust by those that would care about it the most.  It would also allow particular species to be protected by the groups of people that would have the most interest in seeing to their preservation.

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