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1 - To establish only one NATION of FREE BEINGS, recognizing themselves as what they are, accepting themselves as what they are, loving themselves as what they are: PURE LIGHT!.

2 - To establish only one RACE comprised of spiritually equal beings within the external multiplicity and to clear the pathway for the Divine Archetype of Man and Woman; the Androgynous Light.

3 - To establish only one RELIGION, comprised of consciously enlightened beings derived from the source-light of the FATHER-MOTHER-LOVE, thereby eliminating separatism between all Beings.

4 - To establish only one CURRENCY, thereby establishing the RHYTHMIC BALANCED INTERCHANGE of loving reciprocity between All Beings.

5 - To establish only one SCHOOL where one learns to Love and recognize the Divine Essence in each person. Since the Cohesive Force of Love is the Principle of Origin, the fluidity of Divine Wisdom fulfills each Being with Radiant Light.

6 - To establish only one FAMILY free of racial, genetic and ideological separatisms, each Being embraced for what he is: son of the FATHER-MOTHER-LOVE, thus Being a co-participant in the Universal Family.

7 - To establish only one LANGUAGE in order to rid each being from multiple indigenous languages. To reassert, through the emanation of Love, the Electrostatic Communication from Being to Being. (page 1486-91)

Sharing, in Order, Light and Love,
Giuseppe Marivo



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At 1:38am on May 24, 2011, Civil Lines Club said…

Dear Civilian,

thanks for your nice comments, so we want to share our ideas and work on civil lines club at every where then we share good ideas in our forum.... please send me your email id and your cell no.


zafar saleem bangash


At 12:48pm on April 15, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Giuseppe,

Its my pleasure to visit your profile here.

We can be good friend and partners in common issues.

At 3:56pm on November 10, 2009, LOKOFE YONDO Pitshou said…
I am very pleased again to enter it each time contact you for possible exchange for peace and peaceful resolution of conflict and democratic. I am in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, my country of residence and we are currently a post conflict country with an ongoing conflict in the interior mechanism which requires significant and far-reaching actions to be taken in view of confining the problem of conflict in the commaunauté.comment go now? Are you now in kenya? it would be better to think together with me to initiate actions and projects on peace and peaceful resolution of conflict also for my country the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa and the world.
I respect your competence in matters of peace and conflict resolution and democratic, human rigth. I trust found a sincere friendship and profitable need the community lacking peace and live in conflict with the international partner that you master the contact.thanks
At 6:55pm on February 19, 2009, Sie.Kathieravealu said…
Respected Sir,

I earnestly request you to enlighten me with your views on my suggestions for an Alternative system of Democracy that is given in detail in these comments.
In my humble opinion my system might be a stepping stone ti achieve the "Global Government of the Humanity" proposed by you, which should be the ultimate goal.

But then, as Mr. William Stokes says the the ordinary people are being deceived by the Rich and Power-hungry persons. So, in the first instance the ordinary people must prevented from being abused by these Rich and Power-hungry persons.

That is one of the basics of my suggestions.

As such your coments would be very valuable. Thanks.
At 4:53pm on February 19, 2009, William Stokes said…
It has been a moment since I have gottebn back to you on this, and the only reason I am able to get back to you now is that I am completing two papers on One American Citizenship, and One World Citizenship.

We all have the same basic needs, wants, and desires, and none of us should be abused by any of us, yet this is obviously happening. Are you familiar with the Protocols of Zion of the Learned Elders. The source of this document is unknown, yet it is widely know of iots existence. In my work as a Social-Cultural Anthropologist I have come to believe that the tenents of this document have been applied to the entire world, and it is being maintained through the current states and priorities of dominate governments on the planet.

It is also being applied to and is operational in so called least developed countries through the respective Aristocracies and Oligarchies of thes countries.

Peoples of the world need to be educated to how to get what they deserve, and what they deserve more than anything is libertuy, freedom, and justice. Sadly, this need is hampered by the many different divisions that exist among the peoples of the world. Division like religion, ethnic identity, social classes, type of talenyts, social-economic, etc.

The two papers that I am doing that I mentioned earlier is based on the United Nations Charter/Constitution, and the United nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They are a part of a section of a book I am writing entitled "The Way of A Human". I share this with you because of what I am learning about you. This Peace and Collaborative Development Network, and the other Network on Love and peace as I call it.

I have met many peoples in my lifetime thuis far, most are not traveling the same path I am on, but every so often I meet people like myself, like my mission in life. I say we travel the Way of A Human. Let us continue this discussion as I feel it will lead to something dynamically impacting on the new direction the world is and drawing the peoples of the world into it as well.
At 2:55pm on January 30, 2009, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Marivo

Thank you to accept our demand, and to be friend in Peace building, if you may ask I may be delightfully to give the fully details of PCR in D.R.Congo
this is our email address:

God bless you

Pastor Samuel
At 8:54am on January 16, 2009, Sie.Kathieravealu said…
You might notice that the concept mentioned is much in common with your ideas.

You may be aware that a "war on terror" is going on in Sri Lanka.

Your help is solicited in analyzing a set of suggestions prepared by me to bring about peace in Sri Lanka. The concept promoted in these suggestions can be applied in any country.

In Sri Lanka, the trouble started due to discrimination and injustice and continues due to bribery and corruption. These may be the reasons for troubles in other countries too.

Current wars have to be ended and new wars have to be prevented. To achieve this goal the present system of Democratic Governance has to be changed to one that is really democratic in its true sense.

In the present democratic system it is only the powerful - speech, money and thuggery - can join the ruling class to suppress or convert others all others as their subjects and is a fertile ground for "corruption" in various forms to thrive.

In my opinion "Corruption" includes any kind of waste, neglect and every form of malpractice, dishonesty, abuse, misuse, unreasonable exercise of power, failure or refusal to exercise power, anything and everything left undone which results in the right of the people being denied or impaired.

Without a "just society" in existence much talked about "terrorism" cannot be eradicated. For the creation of a "just society" there should be "good governance" in the country. For the creation of "good governance" in the country "corruption" in ALL its forms must be eradicated. And to eradicate "corruption" the present democratic system of governance, where full power to make final decisions ultimately rests in the hands of one person, must be changed.

So the only way to salvage a country is to change the present system of governance to one that is truly democratic where the final decision-making power will NOT be in the hands of ONE person BUT shared by as many people as possible and thus restricting any individual hasty decisions that might lead to trouble everywhere.

To make a country truly democratic, the powers of the Parliament (the decision making supreme body of a country) should be split and separated and each of the separated powers must be handled by different groups of persons selected and elected by the people for the purpose of administering EACH SET OF POWERS or duties as the case may be so that no single group has the full power. All the groups together will make the whole. The country is not divided but the powers of parliament are divided/separated.

Different groups have to be elected for such purposes as administration, fiscal management, planning, implementing, policy and law making, auditing and for any other function that may be deemed necessary.

The group that is entrusted with the power to make laws and regulations shall not be given the duty/power of implementing/administering the laws and regulations.

Particular care should be taken to see that all powers are NOT CONCENTRATED in one place and that they do not overlap and there must not be a secret budget to be handled by a single person.

All transactions should be transparent including Diplomacy which has to be diplomatically transparent.

One set of powers dealing with the development of the country should be given to the set of representatives at the village level. The people of each and every village must be empowered to determine their way of life (lifestyle). The life-style of a village, its lands and resources shall not be disturbed by external forces.

All plans of development of a village that remotely/indirectly affects the village must have the concurrence of the people of that village concerned.

It has to be ensured that people are treated equitably regardless of their gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origins, age, disability, socio-economic background, religious or political beliefs and affiliations, marital status, family responsibilities, sexual orientation or other inappropriate distinction;

The decision-making powers with regard to each and every set of powers must be spread through-out the country.

With such system in practice discrimination, injustice, bribery and corruption, the four pillars of an Evil society might become history.

When the above four pillars of Evil are eradicated, the people would be living under a system that would guarantee sustainable peace, prosperity and a pleasant living to everyone in any country.

Comments on the above views are solicited from everyone with a view to prevent future wars and end current wars.
At 6:02pm on January 3, 2009, Sie.Kathieravealu said…
The following message might be of interest to you.


Selected sentences and paragraphs are compiled and submitted for your kind consideration. I subscribe to the meanings contained therein as a person with a passion for sustainable peace, prosperity, serenity and a pleasant living for everyone irrespective of any inappropriate distinction.
Suggestions regarding a concept for separation of powers horizontally, election of representatives to administer same and other connected matters leading towards the above goal would be made available on receipt of your comments please.
-- Sie.Kathieravealu
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My aim is to agitate and disturb people. I am not selling bread, I am selling yeast - Unamuno
It has to be ensured that people are treated equitably regardless of their gender, race, colour, ethnic or national origins, age, disability, socio-economic background, religious or political beliefs and affiliations, marital status, family responsibilities, sexual orientation or other inappropriate distinction;
"Observe good faith and justice towards all nations; cultivate peace and harmony with all...and passionate attachments for others should be excluded; and that, in place of them, just and amicable feelings towards all should be cultivated. The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave...a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils."
- George Washington's Farewell Address - 1796
Isn’t it time we open our eyes and look around the country, region and beyond. Certainly you will realize we do not live in the Middle Age.
We proudly claim of our thousands of years of great civilization, but where do we stand today? This paradise of an island has been turned into one of the worst killing fields of Asia. How did this happen? Daily reports of crimes such as rape, murder, hacking and chopping, corruption and the moral degradation demoralize almost everyone from the time when we read the newspapers in the morning. Many years ago Hector Abeywardena said “we have become a nation of savages”.
Isn’t it time to rethink our policies of the past six decades, seek means to bring communities together and move ahead to ensure a better future at least for future generations. This is what average Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and all others are dreaming of. This is what all the countries in the region are doing. Our giant neighbor India and tiny neighbor Maldives Islands were far behind us around the time of independence. Today where are they and where are we?
Isn’t it time, that we resurrect the belief that diversity of race, religion, culture and language are God’s blessing in this beautiful island home of ours?
The issue is about space to accommodate diversity, how to contain the impulse toward hegemony-economic, military, linguistic, religious, cultural and otherwise. Any ecologist will tell you how dangerous and fragile a monoculture is. A hegemonic world is like having a government without a healthy opposition. It becomes a kind of dictatorship. It's like putting a plastic bag over the world to prevent it from breathing. Eventually, it will be torn open.

It is important for governments and politicians to understand that manipulating these huge, raging human feelings for their own narrow purposes, may yield instant results, but, eventually and inexorably will have disastrous consequences. Igniting and exploiting religious sentiments for reasons of political expediency is the most dangerous legacy that governments or politicians can bequeath to any people-including their own. People who live in societies ravaged by religious or communal bigotry know that every religious text-from the Bible to the Bhagavad Gita-can be mined and misinterpreted to justify anything, from nuclear war to genocide to corporate globalization.
But is war the best way to track them down? Will burning the haystack find you the needle? Or will it escalate the anger and make the world a living hell for all of us!
There is no easy way out of the spiraling morass of terror and brutality that confronts the world today. It is time now for the human race to hold still, to delve into its wells of collective wisdom, both ancient and modem. What happened on September 11 changed the world forever. Freedom, progress, wealth, technology, war-these words have taken on new meaning. Governments have to acknowledge this transformation, and approach their new tasks with a modicum of honesty and humility.
People rarely win wars, governments rarely lose them. People get killed. Governments molt and regroup, hydra-headed. They first use flags to shrink-wrap peoples' minds and smother real thought, and then as ceremonial shrouds to cover the mangled remains of the willing dead
Nothing can excuse or justify an act of terrorism, whether it is committed by religious fundamentalists, private militia, people's resistance movements- or whether it's dressed up as a war of retribution by a recognized government.
In an ideal world, we would share our resources with one another and we would see a high level of cooperation among all the nations of the world. Reality paints a very different picture, though. Sometimes the hatred among nations is so great that they want to destroy one another, and at other times, the hunger for power is so strong that leaders will stop at nothing to increase it. Only if the desire, for territorial domination and control power, control of resources and desire for profit in the case of arms makers, can be eliminated is there a chance that one day we will see world peace. Realistically speaking, though, it is difficult to envision.
War is often for reasons of resources, territorial control and power. If humans did not have such a strong desire to demonstrate their power, control others and dominate them, it is possible that the desire to wage war would go away. But until that happens, it is likely that war will continue to be as common as it is today.
Also often forgotten are the financial benefits of war. As inhumane as it may seem, arms manufacturers increase their business when there is war and thus create a greater demand for arms.
For those who would end a war, there is much to be learned here. First and foremost, cease-fire should never be mistaken for peace. When cease-fire breaks out (or when the troops come home), the work for peace had just begun. Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, if peace is to be made, it will not be made by the combatants. If you're truly anti-war, plan on participating in the process— because no amount of pressure will cause a combatant party to do the work of making peace. They've got a vested interest in continuing the conflict.

If peace is to be made, it's up to committed individuals willing to make the commitment to see it through. I truly regret that I let our opportunity pass.
The Doctrine of Separation of Powers is now ascribed to the Enlightenment political philosopher Baron De Montesquieu. Simply stated, the executive, the legislative, and the judicial branches of government must be independent from one another, so that they can check and balance one another to prevent and remedy any abuse of power by any branch.
This idea evolved out of Europe a few hundred years ago, following a historical revolt in many countries against the tyranny of the dictatorship by an absolute monarchy. Since then, the Doctrine has been zealously guarded and entrenched in Western liberal democracies.
That this principle has worked so well does verify Lord Acton’s famous and often misquoted words: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power tends to corrupt absolutely.” It does confirm a truth about human nature: no fallible and feeble human individual should be entrusted with too much power, and hence, the need for checks and balances. With the Doctrine, it is possible to replace the Rule of Man with the Rule of law.
Article 4 of the People’s Republic of China states: All nationalities in the People's Republic of China are equal. The state protects the lawful rights and interests of the minority nationalities and upholds and develops the relationship of equality, unity and mutual assistance among all of China's nationalities. Discrimination against and oppression of any nationality are prohibited; any acts that undermine the unity of the nationalities or instigate their secession are prohibited. The state helps the areas inhabited by minority nationalities speed up their economic and cultural development in accordance with the peculiarities and needs of the different minority nationalities. Regional autonomy is practiced in areas where people of minority nationalities live in compact communities; in these areas organs of self- government are established for the exercise of the right of autonomy. All the national autonomous areas are inalienable parts of the People's Republic of China. The people of all nationalities have the freedom to use and develop their own spoken and written languages, and to preserve or reform their own ways and customs.
The declaration of Human Rights was a pivotal statement in which the world community recognized the "inherent dignity and the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family as the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world". True to its nobility of spirit, it declares "the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom from fear and want as the highest aspiration of the common people".
The declaration that "everyone has the right to liberty and security of person" and that no one shall be subjected to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment has a sad resonance today.
I do not deny the fact that there exists a serious lack of self-awareness between the Sinhalese and Tamils today, which is why a bigoted national minority is in conflict with the bias and hauteur of the national majority on this beautiful island. But this was not there in February 1948 when Sinhalese and Tamils considered themselves Ceylonese.
After two decades of protracted ethnic conflict which eventually led to a civil war, the country stands “torn apart” with an undefined and insecure future. Sri Lanka is multi-cultural, multi racial, multi ethnic and multi religious country. This adds to the beauty of our motherland and we have to live together as one peaceful nation for this true beauty to be manifest.
The reason for the resilience of Racism is mostly because most people don't have a working definition of the term. While the dictionary may define it as the notion that one's own ethnic stock is superior," the functional definition digs deeper into the social and economic roots of the "notion" of racial superiority. Racism is the ability for one's race to impose its will on another race. And to quote writer Neely Fuller, "the only form of functional Racism that exists among the people of the known universe is White Supremacy." Therefore, as a group, black people cannot be racist nor do we have any real ower to dictate the terms of this country's race relations. In reality, the only black person in this country that has that power is Barack Obama, himself.

Nakhonratchasima, Thailand — Thailand's highest Buddhist organization, the Supreme Sangha, is one of the three jewels described in Buddhism. The three – the Lord Buddha himself, the Dharma doctrine, and the Sangha clergy – are the three pillars that practicing Buddhists found their faith upon.
That is, they used to.
Today, as Buddha warned over 2,000 years ago, "enemies" of Buddhism are creeping in from the inside.
Loss of direction is hardly a new issue to those of any faith around the world, and Buddhism is no different. Many adherents of basic Buddhism branch off, in practice and principle, to either found their own sect or to follow an already established one that does not adhere to original Buddhist teachings.
The use of amulets is such an outgrowth, as is the worshipping of Buddhist images. Buddha did not advocate either of these, nor did he likely suspect that millions would later worship his image, but betray his teachings.
Thus one of the greatest battles to be fought by those waging Peace against those waging war is not merely the battle to convince people that War is not the solution... but that to end war the battle to need conflicts must also begin in the minds of men. I do hope that the next time Peacemakers meet and talk about waging peace…this would also be considered in their strategies.
"Beware of the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind. And when the drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry, [who] infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so. How will I know? For this I have done. And I am Julius Caesar
What are required as a political alternative to the LTTE are not merely elevating Tamils to public office but also empowering them through decision-making autonomy and ensuring their accountability to the electors.
With regard to a political proposal, the distancing from and outright rejection of the ‘majority report’ of the panel of experts that recommended extensive devolution and constitutional reform that would include a second chamber of parliament, indicates with little doubt that any devolution offered would be minimalist. This was further reinforced with the APRC’s much watered down proposals to the President in January that recommended that the ‘relevant provisions’ of the 13th Amendment be introduced. If this offers the slightest indication, any political ‘solution’ offered by the government would in effect, be ‘13th Amendment minus,’ or otherwise stated, pre-1987!

If a sustainable society is to be reached, it will not be political leaders who show us the way. More likely, small groups of us will emerge who have found the way, and spread that message to others. When a critical mass of the electorate has already adopted a more developed sense of society, only then will our leaders follow.

In my opinion it is the system of governance that allowed "corruption" to flourish unabated. This "corruption" took cover under war and grew well to prolong the war.

Separate the powers of parliament and empower different groups of people's representatives with different well defined and distinct powers that do not overlap so that no single group has the full power to rule the country. All the groups together will make the whole. The country is not divided but the powers of parliament are divided/separated

Different groups to be elected for administration, fiscal management, planning, implementing, policy and law making, auditing and for any other function that deem necessary.
As a closing thought, I’d like to share a famous quote by President Lincoln, in the hopes that the attitude he expressed will prevail in Sri Lanka:
“With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nation's wounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan—to do all which may achieve and cherish, a just and a lasting peace, among ourselves, and with all nations.”
— President Abraham Lincoln
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these, are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; and, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it.
- July 4, 1776. The Declaration of Independence
"Never doubt that a few, thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
Let your friends know too. Let us be the prophets of peace and happiness! For the present and for the future! For us and our children!
Will our children live with
dignity on earth?
Will we leave them enough resources for them to live with dignity? Will they have to war with one another for scarce resources? Will we leave them a planet with a livable climate?
And together we will start the search for a better world!
Let's Start Dreaming Together!
For A Bright Future!!
And Act Now!!!
At 5:55pm on December 13, 2008, Ninteretse Landry said…
I hereby accept your friendship and hope we'll have many things to exchange.
At 5:00pm on December 9, 2008, RAHEEM MUTIU said…
it's great having you as a friend Marivo. Peace is about friendship . As we are determined to see a more peaceful world,there should be a shared commitment towards this goal.

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