Thursday, December 29, 2016

The Eternal Culture

To be clear, Dharma is not affiliated with any organized religion.  Dharma is scientific, and would be labelled as what science refers to as the Laws of Nature.  The Buddha himself was not affiliated with any organized religion, much to their chagrin, and would, by western scientists, be considered an agnostic scientist par excellence.  For that matter, Jesus the Nazarite, while affiliated with a particular organized religion, deliberately blasphemed it and pointed out that it was really just a too-big-to-fail-bank disguised as religion.  Then he taught the esoteric tantric path which needed no organized religion whatsoever.  They had him whacked, sadly.

The Dharma is the Law of Nature.  Nature, of course, being predominantly nonphysical, Dharma also is the Law of the Nonphysical, or Spiritual Law.  Just as there is neither Christian anger nor Muslim anger, but rather a universal anger, so may we also discern that there is neither Hindu suffering nor Buddhist suffering, but rather there is universal suffering.  And the Law of Nature says:

"As ye sew, so shall ye reap."

This is the Law of Karma.  Out there is a reflection of our thoughts, so we are creating "out there" in here.  We receive what we believe.

Our suffering is a consequence of our beliefs.

We believe we are required to suffer.  Because we believe we must suffer, we put up with suffering willingly, instead of fixing the situation, and getting happier.  We are programmed to believe we must suffer, and the obvious possibility of improving situations is removed from public discourse.  Problem solving is being purged from our minds, and we are succumbing to mental slavery.

Because we have been programmed to believe that we must suffer for our karma, we believe we must suffer, and so we live in a world full of suffering.

The truth is we are free.  We are free to feel good.  This is our only freedom.  If we believe we must suffer then we will, for our beliefs are the only thing capable of hemming in our freedom to choose good feelings.

If we believe in feeling good - if we believe that feeling good is a choice, not a circumstance - then as a warrior we choose to feel good, and in making that choice we create a better-feeling reality, which improves our circumstances, which gives us a circumstance to feel good about, which leads to a self-fulfilling prophecy of feeling-good-makes-us-feel-better.

And so forth.  The better we feel, the better our creation feels to be inside of.  We are living inside the creation of our minds, relatives, so let's start thinking happier thoughts and believing happier stories.  The higher our level of optimism, and our level of enthusiasm (in Theos - with God), the more inspired our manifestations become.

Only one possible future lies ahead of us - a sustainable future.  The long-term survival rate for all other futures fades to zero.  And so we find ourselves spiraling faster towards the cultural bottleneck which weeds out all unsustainable thinking, otherwise known as negativity.  This cultural bottleneck which requires paring out all unsustainable culture practices in order to survive in perpetuity provides space only for sustainable culture, which will necessarily be aligned with Laws of Nature, the Laws of the Dharma.  The task of Dharma Warriors is to believe in a culture harmoniously and perpetually aligned with imperishable truth-
 the immortal culture, the eternal culture, the culture of the Dharma.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

The New Paradigm

Aloha, relatives.

We are living through radical times.  Our collective paradigm is shifting.  The psychological infrastructure of the 20th century has utterly broken down.  We need to discuss the Dharma.

Dharma means sacred or divine law.  It also means law of nature, law of the cosmos, or sacred law of the universe.  Dharma also means sacred duty, as in the sacred duty of upholding and living according to Sacred Law.  This does not mean dharma is the path of right versus wrong, but rather that dharma is the path of alignment and harmony with the macrocosm, ultimately the path of least resistance.

The Dharma is often most aptly translated as, "the Way."  Of course, it could also be translated as "ethics."  The time has come to reintroduce ethics as essential to politics, economics, religion, and education, and everything else...

World War III has already started.  It is upon us.  WWIII is a propaganda war, an information war.  You see, even though the United States of America has a military budget larger than the next five countries combined, the Military Industrial Complex demands more profits, which requires inventing more war.  War is thus a requisite for the survival of the apex of the pyramid, as it were.  Consequently, the propaganda wing of the Military Industrial Complex is manufacturing enemies for us to fear.  The more enemies we fear, the more money we will invest in the military, and the more profits the corporations will make.  As a culture, then, we are heavily investing in death rather than life. Taxpayers feel a nihilistic depression, for good reason.  This is our current reality.

A dharma warrior is one who accepts the responsibility of upholding Sacred Law, the sacred law of the cosmos.  The sacred law of Life - Life is Sacred.  This is the Law.  This is the Dharma.  It is time for us to publicly acknowledge that our civilization, our religious, political, economic and academic institutions are failing to provide us with a sustainable, long-term future.  Our government, our schools, and our economics are all violating the dharma.  We are living in an unsustainable civilization, which cannot be indefinitely maintained.  This unsustainable civilization is destined to collapse, seemingly soon.  Sustainable civilization must be our collective priority - without it, nothing else matters.

How do we create sustainable civilization out of unsustainable civilization?

How do we do so in a manner that is creative and collectively beneficial, rather than destructive and collectively detrimental?

 Please read on.

Pompey was a Roman General, widely beloved.  He was a famous hero of Rome, and became one of three rulers of Rome as the Republic was collapsing.  At that time modern day Libya - which was then a Roman enclave - was suffering from drought and lacked food.  Laden ships were ready to sail, but the weather was so bad it was feared that the ships would be lost.  Pompey was determined to sail with the ships, yet his people begged him not to go - it was too dangerous.  He quoted an immortal line:
  "I don't have to live, but the ships have to sail."

This is what it means to be a warrior.

We must change.  We must align ourselves with the Dharma, the Sacred Law of the cosmos.   The lives of the vulnerable must be protected.  We don't have to live, but we do have to commit to upholding Dharma, and aligning the world with Dharma.

In the old Lakota tribes there was a society of men called 'dog soldiers'.  In traditional Lakota village life, tipis were arranged in a circle.  If the tribe was attacked, the women and children gathered in the center of the circle, and the men outside.  The dog soldiers would drive a stake between tipis and tie themselves to the stake.  It was there that they would die.  No one would ever enter the circle as long as the dog soldier was still alive.  The dog soldier didn't have to live, but the women and children did have to be protected.

This is what it means to be a warrior.  The warrior doesn't have to live, but the lives of the most vulnerable, the children, the mothers, and living beings who have neither voice nor weapons, must be protected.  Life must survive and overwhelm our current culture of death.

The Bible says, “Thou shalt not kill.”  Paradoxically, America is covered both with Bibles and with killers.  Something isn’t working.  The biggest killers, naturally, are the ones that sell the most weapons.  The ones selling the most weapons are the ones controlling puppet governments - killers run the world.

I am addressing a warrior's assembly.  The time has come to take a stand.  Our planet is being mismanaged and destroyed by unethical, nondharmic, and deeply corrupt leadership.  The time has come for us to commit to a new paradigm, even if this commitment requires us to sacrifice everything.  The time has come to make the world a safe and sacred place for all beings to peacefully coexist, both now and for the foreseeable future.  This is the path of the warrior in these times.

What is this new paradigm we are to commit to?

The Lords of Materialism have occupied our lands, our oceans, our skies, the minds and hearts of our leaders, and even our own psyches.  These Dark Lords are intent on dominating, owning, and profiting from all aspects of life, and they are intent on destroying all aspects of life that cannot be owned and enslaved.  They are utterly merciless and they will stop at nothing.  Only knowledge of a law higher than the laws of materialism can stand in the way of the Dark Lords and their dominator culture.  This higher law is the Dharma, and the protectors of Dharma are the Dharma Warriors.

In the Bible Jesus says, "Man cannot serve both God and mammon."  Mammon is then defined as money, or riches.  Jesus is warning us in scripture that man cannot serve both money and our Creator - we must choose.  The Lords of Materialism encourage us to choose mammon, for then we will be forever enslaved to their will, being dominated and dominating in turn.  The world is now run by servants of mammon, while the servants of Dharma - servants of the Creator, or the Great Mystery, or whatever name you prefer - are only recently waking from slumber.

We don't need to live.  But we must irrevocably compel the servants of mammon to obey the Dharma.  The Dark Lords of Materialism must submit to the Sacred Law.  This is the path of the warrior in these times.

We have gathered now to change the trajectory of human culture.  We must acknowledge that matter is created out of energy, and that means matter must serve the world of spirit, not the other way around.   We must return ethics, or Dharma, to its rightful place above the laws of materialism.  We don't need to live, but life must continue, and this means materialistic culture must coexist with, and align with, spiritual culture.

We don't have much time.  The battle between the forces of Light and the Dark Lords of Materialism is fast reaching an apex.  What strategy do we use to ensure success?  Relatives, I’m not here to waste your time - What is our path to victory?


The ancient Greek Archimedes said, "Give me a lever and a fulcrum and I will move the world."
We don't need to live, but the world must be moved.  What is our lever, and what is our fulcrum?  It is for these reasons that this Warrior's assembly has been gathered.

The fulcrum is used to create mechanical, or tactical, advantage.  A fulcrum exponentially multiplies the force applied by the lever, with tremendous effect. Our fulcrum is the internet.  In communicating this Warrior's assembly over the internet, we create a mechanical advantage that greatly increases our applied force.  Using this fulcrum a small gathering can multiply into an invincible army, as long as our lever is effective.

What is our lever?  This is what I am called to share with you.  Our lever is composed of five parts.  Each part must be strong, and together they will provide such power as to move the world, when they are used in conjunction with our fulcrum, the internet.  These five parts are axioms;  self-evident truths so obvious we will say, "Of course - I could have told you that."  These are five obvious truths that the Lords of Materialism have extinguished from our contemporary mindstream; and in reintroducing them, we will ensure the demise of mammon's empire.

The first axiom is this:
Gardening must be the centerpiece of public education.

Upon reflection this is self-evident.  A society that does not know how to feed itself at the smallest community level will not be self-sufficient at the largest social level, and will thus be motivated by tremendous fear, which always leads to a struggle for power and domination.  A society that is not self-sufficient is fragile indeed.  We cannot truly call ourselves educated if we don't know the basics of what is needed to maintain life.

Upon deeper reflection it becomes clear that our disconnect from basic survival knowledge has been a deliberate strategy on the part of the Dark Lords.  It has been a deliberate strategy to create scarcity in a world of abundance.  Responsible stewardship of our spaceship planet would create an abundance of food and shelter for all beings, and the fact that such stewardship is lacking is evidence of a willful plan to make us dependent upon the Dark Lords of Materialism rather than dependent on Mother Earth.

Consider the old adage, "If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime."

Now consider this:  "If you give a child a vegetable, you feed her for a day, but if you teach a child to garden, you feed her - and her family - for a lifetime."

It is clear that a population capable of feeding themselves would have less fear, and more abundance.  It is for this reason that our birthright of abundance has been denied us by the Dark Lords.

Imagine a high school dropout who had gardening as the centerpiece of his education.  In pre-school he was harvesting, in grade school he was planting, in junior high he was irrigating and catching rainwater, and before he left high school he was learning to wildcraft and grow natural building materials.  Now compare this high-school dropout with a dropout of today's public education system.  Which one is more likely to provide well for his loved ones?  Which one is more likely to make a contribution to his community?  Which one is more likely to feel loved by Creator?  Food is a bartered currency - how empowering would it be to teach children how to grow their own bartered currency?  What would the implications be for mammon?  The social ramifications are obvious, and staggering.

The axiom does not say that students are no longer allowed to learn French or Calculus or go to swim meets or whatever.  The axiom simply states the obvious:  We must know how to sustain ourselves if we are to create a sustainable culture.

Bill Mollison, who coined the term permaculture, says,  “We live in a world ruled by a heirarchical power structure, and growing our own food gives us self-reliance, which removes us from the power heirarchy.  Gardening is thus a subversive act.  The reason revolutionaries of the past have failed is because they have been using words and bullets instead of gardens.”

Gardening must be the centerpiece of public education.

The second axiom is this:
Industrial hemp must be the cornerstone of economic and ecological rehabilitation.

When we think of humanity's basic needs, food, shelter, safety, fuel, and medicine are the most basic.  Hemp is a plant that can provide for all these needs.  Hemp provides food, construction and building materials, fuel, clothing, and medicine.  In cultivating this plant on an industrial scale we rehabilitate our economy and - this is absolutely critical - we rehabilitate the ecology in the process.  Hemp roots rehabilitate soil, hemp needs no pesticides or herbicides, and fields of hemp would act as carbon sinks. Growing hemp is a cost-effective way to rehabilitate the ecology, while at the same time creating an entirely new field of meaningful work and revitalizing an economy in dire straits.

Here we want to note that Rudolph Diesel, the inventor of the Diesel engine, first demonstrated his engine by running it on peanut oil - a vegetable oil.  His engine was not meant to run on petroleum.  In fact, Rudolph Diesel was a fervent socialist who invented the engine specifically so that the working man could grow his own fuel and thus get out from under the thumb of the Oil Barons.  Needless to say, the Dark Lords could not allow this to happen.  While sailing from Europe to Great Britain on a luxury liner Diesel disappeared - his bed was never slept in and his body was never found.  Now all the cargo ships on the seas and all the cargo trucks on land use enormous diesel engines, but they run on petroleum.  They are not meant to - they are meant to run on vegetable oil, such as hemp.  Rudolph Diesel didn't need to live, but he did need to take a stand against the Dark Lords of Materialism.  This is what we are up against.

And it is no accident that the Declaration of Independence was written on paper made entirely from hemp.  It is no accident that the very first American Flag sewn by Betsy Ross was made entirely from hemp.  Hemp was so critical for Navy rope that at one time farmers were required to pay their taxes in hemp.  Again, it is clear that the suppression of this plant in not merely out of ignorance but rather, a deliberate attempt by the Dark Lords of Materialism to artificially create scarcity (and thus fear and greed) in a world of abundance.

Hemp must be the cornerstone of ecological and economic rehabilitation.

The third axiom is the least self-evident, and requires a historical background.  This third axiom is a banking axiom, and banking is the dark heart of mammon.   The Dark Lords of Materialism specifically built the world's banking infrastructure as a means by which they could secretly enslave the world, and in large part they have succeeded.  Of all the lever parts we are to use in conjuction with our fulcrum, this third axiom is the most critical in cleansing the shadow of the Dark Lords from our world and keeping that shadow from reappearing.

This third axiom brings us to the realization that the conflict between the Warriors of the Light and the Dark Lords of Materialism is very ancient indeed, and that it was through the mechanism of modern banking that the Dark Lords succeeded in enslaving our planet.  For you see - whoever prints the money owns everything.   Whoever prints the money owns everything money can buy.  Whoever prints the money is the sovereign ruler, and everyone who works to earn this printed money works for the sovereign ruler.

So.  If those who print the money are ethical, or dharmic, then all is well, and the Law prevails.  For example, a Constitutional Republic exists as a servant of the people, not to accumulate power but to prevent human nature from accumulating too much power, so when a Constitutional Republic prints sovereign currency, this is an act of service, by a public servant.  But great woe comes to the world when those who print the money do not aspire to be servants but rather aspire to be masters, for without the spirit of service, those who print the money become heartless and merciless tyrants, printing money solely for material gain and personal power.

This begs the question:  Who is printing our money?  Is a Constitutional Republic printing our money?  Or is a privately owned bank printing our money?  The answer reveals the spiritual war that has been taking place between the Warriors of the Light and the Dark Lords of Materialism for hundreds of years, and indeed much longer than that.

Here are some relevant quotes:

From President George Washington-
“If ever again our nation stumbles upon unfunded paper, it shall surely be like death to our body politic.  This country will crash.”


From President Thomas Jefferson-
“I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.  If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.  The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

From President James Madison-
“History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance.”

From President Andrew Jackson-
“If congress has the right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given them to use themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations.”

From President Abraham Lincoln-
“I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country.  As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands, and the Republic is destroyed.  I feel at this moment more anxiety for the safety of my country than ever before, even in the midst of war.”

Also from Lincoln -
“The Government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credits needed to satisfy the spending power of the Government and the buying power of consumers. By the adoption of these principles, the taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity.” -Abraham Lincoln

From President James Garfield-
“Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce.  And when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”

From President Theodore Roosevelt-
“Issue of currency should be lodged with the government and be protected from domination by Wall Street. We are opposed to…provisions [which] would place our currency and credit system in private hands.”

So.

The dollar bill - which is actually called a Federal Reserve Note - is printed by a privately owned central bank called the Federal Reserve.  The Federal Reserve is not a government agency.  You can find them in the Yellow Pages, not the White Pages, in a Washington D.C. phone book. The Fed is a Central bank owned by private banks, which are members of the Federal Reserve system.  As members of the Federal Reserve system, these privately owned banks are obligated to own Fed stock.  The Fed pays dividends on this stock at an annual rate of 6%.  The rest of the profits are required by law to be returned to the U.S. Treasury, but - and this is where it gets really interesting - neither congress nor the IRS has the power to audit the Fed. So nobody knows if the Fed is actually returning all the profits back to the Treasury.   What we do know is that the math doesn’t add up.

This is how it works:  The U.S. government runs a deficit annually.  It spends more than it receives.  To cover this, the U.S. government issues bonds which are bought by the Fed.  Now in 1913 the Fed was granted by congress the right to print money, which means that the Fed buys all the government bonds it wants to, simply by printing the money.  Since it costs approximately three pennies to print $100, the Fed makes $99.97 for every three cents it spends.  That’s a hefty profit.

So the Fed pays its expenses, and then it pays out dividends, and then it returns all the rest of its exorbitant profits to the Treasury.  At least, that’s what Fed tells congress, who doesn’t really know how much the Fed is making because no one has the power to audit the Fed.

This is what actually happens:  The biggest individual investors of the very large private banks who are members of the Federal Reserve system are the de facto owners of the Fed.  These banking families, who are the world’s biggest investors in the world’s biggest banks, are the secret owners of the Federal Reserve.  By law they are required to pay back all of the profits the Fed makes to the Treasury, but because nobody can audit the Fed nobody knows what their profits really are, which makes the Fed an ideal criminal enterprise.  The best way to rob a bank is to own one.

When you or I write a check there must be sufficient funds in our accounts to cover the check, but when the Federal Reserve writes a check there is no bank deposit on which that check is drawn.  When the Fed writes a check, it is simply inventing money.

What effect has this had on America, and the world?

To put it in perspective, this is the third time our country has had its sovereign money-printing responsibilities hijacked by a handful of secretive and incredibly powerful money-printing profiteers who desired to enslave our Republic.  Twice in our nation’s history, our leadership has rallied the strength to purge these servants of mammon from our nation’s banking system - the first time was in 1811,  when the bank's 20-year charter was not renewed due to public outrage (Alexander Hamilton, the designer of the first private bank, ended up being shot and killed by Vice-President Aaron Burr in a duel) and the second was in 1836, after Andrew Jackson ran for President (and won) under the slogan, "Jackson and No Bank!"  There were no less than seven assassination attempts on Andrew Jackson's life, and he wrote in a letter that "the bank is trying to kill me, but I will kill it." Jackson referred to central bankers when he said, "you are a den of vipers and thieves, and I intend to rout you out, and by the eternal God I will rout you out."  He did, but the banking elites created another central bank in 1913, which exists until this day.  This is the third attempt by the banking families to enslave our country.  It has unquestionably been the most successful of the three, and the time has come to purge them once and for all.  You see, these secretive banking families haven’t just hijacked the money printing process from the U.S.A. - this cabal has hijacked the money printing process from the entire western hemisphere, and most of the entire globe.  One of the great secrets of the world is that there is actually only One Bank-

One Bank to rule them all
One Bank to find them
One Bank to bring them all
And in the darkness bind them

The Armies of Light have defeated the armies of mammon twice in our nation’s history.  The time has come to wage the final war against the One Bank - the Bank of Power, the Imperial Bank of the Dark Lords of mammon.

  Axiom 3 is this:


Money printing is a public service, not a private, un-audited enterprise.  Money printing is an exclusively sovereign responsibility, and must be must be publicly owned and audited.


We now have three parts of the lever, which, when combined with the fulcrum of the internet, may be used to move the world. We now move on to the fourth axiom.

 The fourth axiom is this:

Scientific research and development must be oriented around the science of meditation.

Meditation is in the Bible:  "Be still and know that I Am God."  First one must keep the body still, and then one must keep the mind perfectly still, which is difficult indeed. This is the technique of meditation, found in western scripture.  Jesus is referring to the practice of meditation when he tells his followers that "The kingdom of Heaven is within you."  These teachings precisely corroborate with the empirically tested techniques of meditation that have existed in Asia for thousands of years.

Jesus also teaches, "When thine eyes be single, then thy whole body shall be filled with light."  He is here clearly referring to the third eye.  Called the nimitta in Buddhist literature, this bright light seen with the eyes closed in deep states of meditation is a signpost that is associated with states of bliss, peace, and ecstasy.

The Buddha is what contemporary society would call a scientist.  He was not a religious man, and his life was actually threatened by the religious authorities of his day because he taught scientifically verifiable techniques by which nonordinary states of consciousness could be accessed by laypeople.   He actually became so popular in his own lifetime that he threatened the very existence of the priest class.  His teaching was scientific, but there was no science back then - it was all considered to be religion.  So he was considered a religious teacher, not a scientist.  But his teaching was always based on empirical observation.  This is especially significant because despite his clear agnostic attitude, he nonetheless taught morality because he had scientifically discovered its existence within the fabric of reality.  Indeed, according to both the Buddha and the yogis who came before him, the science of meditation reveals that the universe is governed by moral law.  Karma is a consequence of moral law - we reap what we sew.  This is in the Bible also.  This moral law discovered through meditation is the origin of the word Dharma.

The Buddha taught his technique to anyone who asked, and countless numbers of practitioners have run the same experiments and gotten the same results.  The Buddha actually postulated the existence of systems theory (chaos theory, or complexity theory) thousands of years before the west grasped it - it is now referred to as the Buddhist theory of interdependence.  And long before the Buddha, the ancient rishis of India were observing how energy started as vibration before manifesting as matter - thousands of years before Western quantum physics observed the same thing.

Meditation is the new normal - certainly its popularity has crossed the tipping point.  We are entering an era of nonmaterialist science, and in the words of Nicola Tesla:
"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence."

Scientific research and development must be oriented around the science of meditation.

We now have four parts of the lever to be used to move the world.  If you are reading this, you are using our fulcrum to do so.  We only need one final piece - the fifth axiom.

The fifth axiom is this:

Publicly elected government representatives must serve the first third of their term by managing soup kitchens in their respective districts.

Purging corruption from government is a ceaseless task, but requiring all candidates to be ethical and heart centered - at least to the degree of wanting to manage a soup kitchen - would efficiently solve the problem.  Simply by demanding public service from our would-be public servants, we weed out those candidates with selfish motives.  This is so obvious we must acknowledge that the only reason it hasn't been done yet already is because the present government doesn't want corruption to end.  But the people do.  Public servants who cater to private interests are ubiquitous, but only because we do not demand genuine, deeply heartfelt public service from them.

Publicly elected government representatives must serve the first third of their term by managing soup kitchens in their respective districts.

No army in the world can stop an idea whose time has come.  The most powerful forces in the world - the servants of mammon, the Dark Lords of Materialism - are desperately trying to prevent the Dharma from entering into public discourse and transforming society.  The One Bank and its Dark Lords are slowly being purged from the world, and western science is now acknowledging that material reality is a consequence of nonmaterial reality - mammon is again servant, not master.  We now have a lever and a fulcrum capable of the world.  In an age of complex ideas, these five simple axioms are enough to build a global culture with no end date.  If we are to survive on this planet another hundred years, we must embrace a new paradigm, one which nurtures all life, and the planet itself.  These five simple axioms do just that.  These self-evident truths contain an inherent validity which cannot be denied, and taken together they create an exceedingly simple, elegant strategy by which humanity evolves into a culture of sustainable peace and prosperity for all of us, not just some of us.  As a political platform we can say that this is a platform for sustainable culture - indeed for lack of better options, THE platform for sustainable culture.

Gardening must be the centerpiece of public education.

Industrial Hemp must be the cornerstone of ecological and economic rehabilitation.

Money printing is a public service and a sovereign responsibility, and must be must be publicly owned and audited.

Scientific research and development must be oriented around the science of meditation.

Publicly elected government representatives must serve the first third of their term by managing soup kitchens in their district.

Relatives, we are making the longest journey a culture ever makes.  We are making the journey from our heads to our hearts.  We are evolving beyond the selfish and fear-based prison of materialism into the Age of Dharma - an age of ethics, an age of spirit.  The dawning of sustainable culture is the dawning of the age of enlightenment - the birth of the Golden Age.  We have incarnated on Earth to fulfill this prophecy.  Armed with a mighty lever, let us now use our fulcrum and move the world to its rightful place as a beacon of Dharma amongst the stars.

We have a lot to accomplish.  Let's begin.