Human Rights: International Covenant on Economic, Cultural and Social Rights

This animation is discussing the case of a child from a lower socio economic group within the United States.  She was unable to be educated as her family couldn’t afford to send her to a school.  Given her country was a signatory to the Optional Protocol of the International Covenant on Economic, Cultural… Continue reading

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle to Discover the Law of ONE

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle
to Discover the Law of ONE


What is corruption?

Cor’rupt’ion ‘phthora’,

A rupture in the body politic?

A standard deviation from the error of the estimate

of minimum standards,

Where the ends justifies the means.


The usher of the Black Rod stands at West… Continue reading

Jane Elliott Interviewed about Donald Trump and the Reality of Racism in the USA

Jane Elliott speaks to Roland Martin about Trump and racism.  She speaks of Trump as a boy grown tall. 

I find it interesting to see an African American man interviewing.  It is unfamiliar as all you ever see is white (caucasion) newscasters.  What I would love to see is people of… Continue reading

The Discrimination as Persecution for Speaking Up

This is a very powerful segment of Jane Elliott, the US educator famous for the Blue Eyed series based on Nazism.   She is with a group of ‘white’ teenagers.  Her style of teaching is experiential and aggressive as she takes on the role of the oppressor.  She configures her work to… Continue reading

Is Life about Education (shaping) or Life (evolving)?

Key ideas that will facilitate the young to be ready for a re-new-able future:

  • The key to a global shift of consciousness lies with the young. If the education of the young includes life principles, humanity can make a quantum leap forward in its evolution.
  • Build schools around concepts not academic subjects e.g. awareness, honesty,… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”