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MOTION TO SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL MEETING 2015

November 13, 2014
WE ARE NOT SHEEP

WE ARE NOT SHEEP

MOTION TO SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL MEETING 2015

(Direct democratic communist nomocracy! We’re not sheep we do not need leaders, behave reasonable! Stop giving your most valuable election vote to people, it is intended primarily to enact constitutional laws, www.socialistinternational.org !)

The issue of a common official global language, the defense issue, the issue of NATO membership, the question of membership in EURO and similar questions are all dependent on the question of the timing of capitalisms and the market economy’s funeral!

The common sense dictates that from now on the future of the world is digital direct democratic (which is identical to direct democratic communism)! It’s only a matter of time until information technology will befall even politics!

Digital Direct Democratic Communist Nomocracy means genuine rule of the people, that is, the basic laws and important decisions taken by referendum to replace old-style parties and politicians. The public administrators will be employed based on their merits with a maximum salary law taken by referendum! The law will own and control everything sovereign! This calls for a referendum on 12 years education training and experience in, among others direct democracy!

The redrosegreen politicians in the world has no chance of governing the capitalist society, the redrosegreen will be an eternal opposition! To co-govern with the right wing would be “political suicide”! The best they redrosegreen politicians can do is to refrain from political career and power craving and to seek other revenue!

We members must unite in a global organization such, http://www.uno.org, United Nomocrats Organization! We previous old center socialists may be among the first to start the radical peaceful digital direct democratic communist evolution where the people have the power in its hands, and where the real “power to the people” is not a mendacious political parole!

We can begin by demanding a referendum to make English also officially the first global common language in the whole world! Please stand up, it’s only a matter of time and depends only on us all citizens to act wisely, we have waited too long!

UNO United Nomocrats Organization… Prognosis: Forget nations, nationalism, old religion myts and primitive traditions!

UNO United Nomocrats Organization… Prognosis: Forget nations, nationalism, old religion myts and primitive traditions!

RULE OF LAW ALSO KNOWN AS NOMOCRACY

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_law , facebook.com/nomocracy,

Fred Blomson, www.equalitynow.eu, facebook.com/fred.blomson

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worldwide_Governance_Indicators 

THE LAW PERSONALIZED Mosaic representing both the judicial and legislative aspects of law. The woman on the throne holds a sword to chastise the guilty and a palm branch to reward the meritorious. Glory surrounds her head, and the aegis of Minerva signifies the armor of righteousness and wisdom.[1] Frederick Dielman (1847-1935) designed this mosaic representing Law for the United States Library of Congress, and it was subsequently manufactured in Venice, Italy.[1] A young woman on a marble throne holds a sword in one hand to chastise the guilty and a palm branch in the other hand to reward the meritorious. A glory surrounds her head, and on her breast is the aegis of Minerva, signifying she is clad in the armor of righteousness and wisdom. Other portions of this large mosaic are omitted from this image. This mosaic indicates not only the judicial but the legislative side of law; typical symbols of justice are less conspicuous or omitted, and the woman has a freer air of command.[2]

THE LAW PERSONALIZED
Mosaic representing both the judicial and legislative aspects of law. The woman on the throne holds a sword to chastise the guilty and a palm branch to reward the meritorious. Glory surrounds her head, and the aegis of Minerva signifies the armor of righteousness and wisdom.[1]
Frederick Dielman (1847-1935) designed this mosaic representing Law for the United States Library of Congress, and it was subsequently manufactured in Venice, Italy.[1] A young woman on a marble throne holds a sword in one hand to chastise the guilty and a palm branch in the other hand to reward the meritorious. A glory surrounds her head, and on her breast is the aegis of Minerva, signifying she is clad in the armor of righteousness and wisdom. Other portions of this large mosaic are omitted from this image. This mosaic indicates not only the judicial but the legislative side of law; typical symbols of justice are less conspicuous or omitted, and the woman has a freer air of command.[2]

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