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We wake up in the morning and live our own lives.  The life you have being born into.

But why not have an impact on how the future turns out.

So take the first step on to the pages of History and join a movement to get the United Nations to pass a world people resolution to fight inequality by placing a 0.007% world aid tax on all Transactions in all the stock exchanges of the world.

The nineteenth century witnessed the evolution of an international Economic order, which has led to profound change in the balance of the Haves and the Have not’s of to-day.

The next century is well on the way to Privatizing all earths resources.

More than in any time on earth we are interacting. It is not surprising that the divergences of our life styles is causing problems. Around the clock news links us all and our every movement is monitored to see what we are up to.

Data trading to predict what we are up to is going to be big business.  Is big business – Twitter, Facebook, Google It.

Once upon a time before time was invented harmony existed until the Farmer arrived. Grow one for sustenance, two for gain, three for security,four for power, five for status, six for greed and so on.

More and more rich countries are now setting up Sovereign Wealth Funds to exploit for profit sake the resources that belong to all of us. If we turn a blind eye we’re all going to end up buying Bottled water, bottles fresh air, censored knowledge. In other words our right to live our diversified lives.

“Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever
our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin,
colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally
entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights
are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.”

These rights are now being commoditized and are on a collision course with everyday life and data collection.


A window is now open with the power of the smartphone, the web, social media, to change the balance of power, to voice our rights, and stop the world turning into one big shopping mall.