Foreign Policy, Global Interaction, Uniting Nations:

Can you read about our globally adopted highest ideals and our world goals for the next ten, fifty or one hundred years? Most of the world’s citizens cannot because there are no globally adopted highest ideals and long-term objective policies to address global problems, conditions and obstacles or not enough media exposure to inform global citizens about the solutions adopted. As such, humanity survives mentally in the present, without awareness of a clear international plan and sustainable hope for our long-term global future.

Advances that can be achieved such as free global education to PhD. and MD., free global health care, human intelligence development and a foreign policy that can be adopted for global cooperation, all waiting for manifestation.

The distribution of important resources globally is still a money-based competitive exchange in the 21st century in which some world citizens must win and some world citizens must lose. Humans have state-of-the-art research laboratories, thousands of organizations for advancing technology, rapid transportation systems, portable real-time communication devices, a strong and rapidly growing body of medical knowledge and a global population size that enables humanity to train the desired quantity and skills of medical professionals. With this capacity, continuing the distribution and modeling of money and debt-based resources represents a major disruption, a burden to international relations, a barrier to global and individual progress and a waste of the dirty human mind.

Global Policy Design and Challenges:

Each of the global proposals described is separate but interlinked so that, together, they create a cooperative pathway for humanity. Each strategy proposal is fully inclusive for every global citizen, consistent with the highest ideals that can be adopted internationally.

Every policy page reveals a solution to a superior direction to human existence. Given the proper consideration and speculation, one can conclude that philosophies and policy proposals put into action could quickly dissolve nearly every major social and technological development challenge of that era, globally.

The problem is not if we can or cannot achieve such aggressive global progress. We have to imagine and plan under the assumption that we can. This presumption of preconditions and mentality gives birth to a myriad of ways to achieve the goal of advancing and uniting all nations outside of theory into reality.

Capacity of Individuals Worldwide:

Humans ponder the question “is this all there to live?” Practically all modern civilized people with responsibilities experience some of the following patterns: Being awake, working for financial compensation, coming home tired, planning to pay mortgages, rent, taxes, insurance, gas and education. Then find time to plan for the future. Then, build and repeat this pattern without any known realistic plans for mass civilization or self to develop outside of this cycle.

We as a developing species must ultimately evaluate these mental states and conditions to limit our human and evolutionary capacities. We must conclude that continuing this civilization-created pattern of behavior, thought processes and emotional distress greatly underestimates human intelligence and distracts from the true progress of individuals and humankind.

The current world conditions and management philosophy do not respect the capacities and talents that each individual is ready to unleash for the benefits of positive international social reform and peak evolution for all human beings.