What makes the world great?
Not division but vision.
Vision of common peace based on values benefiting all people and making discrimination, abuse and exploitation (slavery) on whatever grounds be considered crimes against humanity.
Humanity we all need and which is essential for the survival of Earth.
Humanity that respects Nature.
Globalization has allowed an elite to get ever richer – often at the expense of ever more people (often abused and exploited).
Time to rehumanize and renaturalize this world of madness.
Humankind has not reached the 21st century to continue to exploit and be exploited, but to treat every human being fairly.
Wealth gained by methods blatantly violating basic human values, like the respect for people and for Nature, should be cleaned and put into a Global Development and Justice Fund.
When a special luxury fishing kit containing “everything an aristocratic angler could require” (as described by the BBC) is sold for over EUR 100,000, one might wonder whether there is not something fishy about those acquiring it and about the money needed.
When half of the world’s population does not even have enough to make ends meet or to survive, the system allowing enormous income inequalities and exploitation, must be fishy itself.
Some countries like to boast about being the biggest.
What is big?
Having billions to invest in new infrastructure and new services?
When you try to be big without respecting Nature as your partner, you end up in a dead-end street.