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Hello, Washington. I'm becoming an active connector and just had a [...]


Seattle, Washington
via Ubuntu - United States - Washington, USA
Hello, Washington.

I'm becoming an active connector and just had a wonderful, promising conversation with the National Coordinator, Rebecca Gretz, What can we do to make the a more active circle and Washington State a more active region? Do you know any projects that need participation or of which we simply should be aware? - I'm in West Seattle and would like to see more activity in this area, as well in Eastern Washington.
Jonathan Shackleton
I'm in the UK David but one idea i want to try is to create our own market place, online and locally. So instead of using supermarkets & private corporations, we all bulk purchase. Obviously this needs to be discussed throughout the membership but it's workable. This would bring us in close contact with Farmers so we could then look at farmers markets.

This gives members purchasing power, whilst we still of 'money' driven society, but stops us using large corporations. It should encourage us to work together and reduce overheads. It's also a great opportunity to network in your area.

Have a great day,

Jonathan
Sunday 15 January 2017, 12:30:44
David T
This is a step, but we need to make sure we aren't simply sucked back into the orporate money system.
Monday 16 January 2017, 03:19:39
Jonathan Shackleton
Totally agree and this will take some time for sure. I don't know what your take on Trump is but he's been talking about getting rid of the federal reserve although he's very much a corporate man. This is going to be very interesting and may set a precedent to allow for groups to become 'Self Determined'.
Monday 16 January 2017, 10:57:42
David T
If you haven't read Michael Tellinger's book, he talks about the FED, along with Vatican City and the City of London (as opposed to London), as the money/control centers of the planet and refers to journalist Jim Lehrer's conversation with Alan Greenspan, when Greenspan was arrogant and cocky enough to openly admit that the Federal Reserve i legally answerable to NO ONE. This is all old hat to me, but is not for most people. While I am not a fan of Trump, he does know things that very few are acknowledging. My concern is that the last president to stand up to the banks was JFK, and within six months he was assassinated. We must go ehind closed doors as the banksters have and work totally off the record. (of course, saying that, I've just mad myself a target, but I've been that for decades.)
Monday 16 January 2017, 19:40:31
Jonathan Shackleton
Yes David and MT is quite correct in what he is saying, including promissory notes, we have loads to do to unravel this mess. I don't see distance as being the problem as it isn't we are all one. It literally is a fight between the light and the darkness. Trump and the Federal reserve is like placing a target right on your head. Now for us we need our own community, our own economy and we must be organised, as well as going back to basics, with a modern bit of spice. Old traditions have been lost including Farming and industry. The massive problem we have, food wise, is the likes of Monsanto who are one of the most dangerous companies on our planet, although i'm sure you know that. Have a great week and chat soon.
Tuesday 17 January 2017, 12:09:26
David T
I have a nonprofit on paper, Sarvodaya Global Outreach. I actually took non-sectarian ordination in 200 for this project, while living in Montana, but have not had the personnel or the means to make it happen. In a nutshel, this is for
-- Pan-spiritual education and unification
-- food and clothing banks
-- funding to help people with property taxes,water/utility bills, saving their human rights and their homes (We currently are under a tax threat on my wife's childhood home, due to long-term under/unemployment, despite continual job-seeking)
-- a realestate, land, farming, food trust

Of course, a moneyless/valueless society would make all this unnecessary, but we need a transitional tool, an I have the idea in place. It needs the facilitation of more than one lone individual.
Tuesday 17 January 2017, 18:14:12
Jonathan Shackleton
Have you placed your property into trust that's one way of doing things and the Constitution should help. British and American Law is very similar although you'll be under UCC code, although that's also a con, as you'll know. Does the Bill of Rights enact in the USA and the Human Rights act, right to family life. Here in the UK we have something called Castle law, your house is your castle. There is also Cestui Use worth looking up, i wrote something in this area, standing on the land. If i can help i will but we all know they are terrorists when it comes to tax and assets. It's also against international law to pay finances towards an organization, government or otherwise, that commits terrorism.
Tuesday 17 January 2017, 18:31:51
David T
These law do not exist in the States. even international human rights laws in terms of water are openly fluted by state and city laws, officials and courts. Putting the house in a trust might work, though. I would need to check this, as well as convince my wife, who tends to be one of the most mentally enslaved of all.
Tuesday 17 January 2017, 18:43:17
Jonathan Shackleton
Sad times David when a government become the enemy and create false flags to keep society in fear. Ubuntu USA needs a good lawyer that understand American Law. I wish you luck and if i can help in some way i will. There must be something in the Constitution the problem is you're dealing with criminals in office.
Wednesday 18 January 2017, 13:07:21
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