Universal World Citizenship: Meet the 1st Global Citizen

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Global Citizenship Registration starts October 09th

Globcal International Commission’s universal world citizenship project begins this month!
Ambassador Col. David Wright of Globcal International announced on Sunday that the Global Citizenship Registry (a private international legal registry of natural persons in Sweden) will begin taking its first official registrants and begin the introduction of a premier practical universal world citizenship program withstanding the United Nations under various international treaties, international law, best practices, and the Hague Convention. The project has been under development over seven years waiting with anticipation of the introduction of the United Nations SDGs (Global Goals) agreement which was just signed by 193 nations on the 25 and 26th of September this year in New York.
The Ambassador said, “the ideal of Global citizenship is about to go viral and now we also realize that I was just personally been identified as one of the top authorities in the world on the subject, I am personally flattered, but more so I am pleased that our co-op could manage to unlock (hack) the code to our real life and human existence.” He said, “I wonder about the others though, it is they who taught me through their mistakes that are responsible for my deeper research. Many of those whom aligned themselves through non-profit corporations incorporated under their states and founded within corporations or foundations with particular political interests are invalid; but also I believe they were disqualified themselves in their efforts because universal citizenship is something that cannot recognize political bodies, boundaries, affiliations, philosophies, or ideals. That’s why we are relying on indigenous and aboriginal people that exercise their non-political rights to self-determination in order to manifest our project.”
The organization has developed a special high-tech secure personal identity device and verification document program so that individuals can possess their permanent legal real identity without the government or a political state database. The identity product is designed to be compatible with all national and international identification verification platforms and is legal identification.

The ambassador continued in saying that, “many organizations have attempted to create ideals involving world or global citizenship which failed because they all sought to create radical power from particular defined perspectives such as Marxism, socialism, separation, or one of several other discriminatory factors or within a spiritual level without a sound footing in the context of international law. Our is the first with a concrete foundation under accepted international law.”

The best well known non-national citizenship developments are based in historic church-state and diplomatic agreements such as a memorandum of understanding or treaty between the religious institution and the separate political state. The Catholic Church is a great example of a potentially functional global citizenship ideal.

One of the best programs we have seen is the Universal Citizenship Passport in France, but because it is underwritten and developed by a foundation that promotes Marxist theory, it therefore suffers criticism and fear so, it is not considered a viable neutral authority and further misses some of the finer points of the contemporary global citizenship movement,  legally speaking to join them you could become an enemy of the state or be considered part of a cult you can even be arrested or detained at an international border.

In Favor of Natural Law

There is a fine jurisdictional line that prohibits any incorporated organization under a nation-state or under the United Nations itself to be able to form an independent jurisdiction, except as a ship at sea which is what Globcal International has done through being an unincorporated private offshore cooperative enterprise. All of our international relationships are based on treaties with sovereign bodies like the indigenous tribes, transnational economic bodies, and with the United Nations autonomous agencies.

The only legal permissible form (way) to acquire “individual personal” (non-corporate) global citizenship through the end of 2016 will be through Globcal International’s transparent special pilot program as a new founder and owner in our horizontal offshore international cooperative corporation! Your legal status under Globcal International as a free sovereign individual and natural person is guaranteed under the Hague Conference on Private International Law, International Court of Justice, the United Nations and 10 other international bodies.

The European Union, the incorporated nation-state of Malta, and several other small nations in the Caribbean are also beginning new citizenship programs with state and bank run corporations; now last week a new EU Laissez-Passer credential became available (only to EU representatives) under corporate-state jurisdictional concepts. Very similar to ours but they all fail to produce personal individual sovereign freedoms and human rights to the holders. Our project on the other hand is territorial neutral and politically neutral, the project can quickly be recognized and accommodated by every country.

Our program is based on the new formation and founding of new cooperative corporation in the development of the practical manifestation of self-governed global community foundation with a universal citizenship. The program will be released soon, for updates and details please follow our blog and website. Meanwhile you can sign-up for advance information on Facebook or by opting-in to the Globcal International mailing list.

Globcal International is a worldwide non-profit charitable cooperative enterprise in formation, participation in our general assembly is acquired through establishing a private personal international relationship with our commissioners or in the global citizenship project through making an offshore investment in our unincorporated foundation.

Romanian policewoman gets international recognition for her role in Haiti rescue mission

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Romanian Police Chief Commissioner Raluca Domuta received the International Female Police Peacekeeper 2015 title during the ceremony organized in Cardiff by the International Association of Women Police – IAWP. She is the first Romanian policewoman to receive this title.

Raluca Domuta got this award for the special role she had in the UN search and rescue mission in Haiti. She was appreciated for her involvement in the activities conducted after the 2010 earthquake, and for the way she ensured doctors’ security in the area, according to a statement of the Romanian Police (IGPR). Moreover, international organizations consider her an exceptional police officer, whose experience is valuable in supporting the peace and stabilization process in Haiti.

The Romanian officer graduated from the Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy in 1999. She is a specialist in criminal sciences, judicial psychology, and human rights. She now holds the position of regional police chief at the Haiti – MINUSTAH mission and provides expert support in combating organized crime and sexual violence.

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ROMATSA employees set September 1 as day strike. Negotiations with the Ministry of Transport failed

The unionists from ROMATSA will trigger a general strike on September 1, at 11 AM, if the authorities will not resolve the issues faced by employees, Gabriel Tudorache, one of the trade union leaders with the Romanian Administration of Air Traffic Services (ROMATSA), said on Monday.

Theunion leaders of ROMATSAhad a meetingwiththe Ministerof Transport Iulian Matache for discussions, which ended without result. “There is no other choice but to seek support from civil society, because we fight with a sickly system,” Tudorache said. According to him, the notificationon declaring a general strike in all ROMATSA units was sent to the appropriate bodies.

However, according to Minister Matache,

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POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY & PEOPLE WORLD SPARE TIME TRAVEL SPORTS FILES Home / SOCIETY & PEOPLE / SOCIAL / ROMATSA employees set September 1 as day strike. Negotiations with the Ministry of Transport failed romatsa ROMATSA employees set September 1 as day strike. Negotiations with the Ministry of Transport failed

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ROMATSA employees set September 1 as day strike. Negotiations with the Ministry of Transport failed

The unionists from ROMATSA will trigger a general strike on September 1, at 11 AM, if the authorities will not resolve the issues faced by employees, Gabriel Tudorache, one of the trade union leaders with the Romanian Administration of Air Traffic Services (ROMATSA), said on Monday.

The union leaders of ROMATSA had a meeting with the Minister of Transport Iulian Matache for discussions, which ended without result. “There is no other choice but to seek support from civil society, because we fight with a sickly system,” Tudorache said. According to him, the notification on declaring a general strike in all ROMATSA units was sent to the appropriate bodies.

However, according to Minister Matache, out of the 14 claims of the unions, 12 were solved during the negotiations and for the other two remaining claims, it was decided to continue the discussions to sign the collective labor agreement.

The employees are unhappy that the document agreed upon by the trade union and the employers was not complied with.

Romanian PM under fire on corruption charges

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Members of the lower house of the Romanian parliament have voted against lifting the immunity of prime minister Victor Ponta, who is facing allegations of forgery, tax evasion, and money laundering.

Romanian law-makers on Tuesday morning (9 June) voted 231 to 120 against lifting Ponta’s immunity.

President Klaus Iohannis has asked Ponta to resign, something he refused to do unless MPs pass a vote of no confidence scheduled for Friday (12 June).

“I was appointed by the parliament and only the parliament can dismiss me”, Ponta said in a statement.

The corruption scandal risks exacerbating the power struggle between Ponta and Iohannis, who are political rivals.

The socialist PM, in office since 2012, tried to become president last year but Iohannis won the post in a surprise victory.

Last Friday (5 June), Romania’s anti-corruption agency announced it had opened an investigation into Ponta on questions that relate to his former work as a lawyer.

The agency also wants to investigate more recent conflict-of-interest suspicions during Ponta’s time as PM. But this requires the Romanian parliament to lift Ponta’s immunity – the Romanian prime minister is also a member of parliament, whose immunity can only be removed by his peers.

Following publication of the allegations, Iohannis said “it is an impossible situation for Romania to have a prime minister charged with major offences” and asked for him to step down.

He added that “the worst thing that could happen to Romania now is a political crisis”, according to Romanian news agency Agerpres.

On Monday, the Chamber of Deputies’ legal affairs committee adopted a motion to maintain the PM’s immunity, by 18 to 7 votes.

Meanwhile, the political battle has been brought to the European Parliament.

The largest political group, the centre-right EPP – of which Iohannis is a member – said it’s “shocked” by the outcome of the committee vote.

“We expect the plenary of the Romanian parliament to clear the way and enable the prosecutors’ investigations of prime minister Ponta”, said a statement by EPP president Joseph Daul ahead of the vote.

Reacting to the outcome of Tuesday’s vote, Manfred Weber, head of the EEP faction in the European Parliament said: “We are very worried about this and we need clear steps from Ponta”.

Centre-right Romanian MEP Cristian Preda said he wants the EP plenary “to discuss the political crisis in Romania” this week in Strasbourg.

But the leader of Ponta’s political family in the European Parliament, Gianni Pittella, sees no reason for Ponta to resign, according to Romanian news agency Actmedia.

“Romania is a sovereign state and I respect the independence of the Romanian authorities”, Pittella said.

By euobserver.com

7 Tips to Find the Perfect Accelerator — or Your Soul Mate

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There are plenty of fish in the sea. Wise — and true — words often heard when one is searching for a potential life partner. And rather strangely, also true when referring to the current state of startup accelerators around the world.

In the hunt for an accelerator, you need to find one that suits your business, a program that will equip your early-stage venture with the necessary support through the ups and downs of its entire life. And that’s a huge commitment.

So how, exactly, do you know when you’ve found The One? Here, tips to help you find — and recognize — the startup accelerator of your dreams.

Related: Learn How to Truly Leverage an Accelerator’s Network

1. Know yourself

What does your startup aim to do? What resources will you need to help expand your idea into a business? Some startup accelerators cater to specific niches and industries, while others take a more general approach. Keeping this in mind and narrowing down your options accordingly will force you to double down on the specifics of your startup’s goals.

2. Meet their friends

What’s the community surrounding the accelerator like? Before making any decisions, research the successes and engagement of the alumni, mentors and partner network, and see if it’s the kind of network you’d like to tap into. The best accelerators have an active and involved stakeholder network and dedicated members that are invested — both emotionally and financially — in helping to build on your entrepreneurial goals.

3. Gauge their personality 

Make sure you trust the organizers. The team members behind an accelerator are essentially the custodians of your startup’s future. Look for trends in the operational behavior of the accelerator. Spot habits early on that don’t align with your goals. Use Google to see if they have any skeletons in their closet.

Related: Stuck at the Idea Phase? These 6 Collaboration Avenues Can Help.

4. Build a life together

A relationship with an accelerator should be mutual. While the accelerator should connect you with all of the resources your startup needs to succeed, you should be willing to provide your own expertise to other startups in the program and continue engaging beyond the accelerator period. Collaborate and build something together. Find out what the accelerator values in their startups. Do they want equity? Connections? Applicant referrals? Answering these questions will help you gauge whether the relationship is heading in the right direction.

5. Communicate

Keep the team at your choice accelerator updated. Brag about your successes, but seek council for your failures. Set expectations early on so the accelerator can help you leverage the most value from your time.

6. Make sure they love you despite your faults

Not every startup is 100 percent perfect. Find an accelerator that sees the high-impact potential in your weaknesses, and make sure they commit to helping you transform that weakness into a strength. Does your startup occupy a quirky niche that’s hard to find a target market for? A good accelerator should be willing work closely with you to create that market if one doesn’t yet exist.

7. Commit

Invest in an accelerator as if you were investing in an amazing date. You have to build a relationship to reap all the benefits. At MassChallenge, some of the most successful startups are those that actively engage with events, panels, workshops, alumni, sponsors, the team and other startups. A lack of commitment can easily be translated into a lack of passion, and both qualities can significantly impact an experience with an accelerator — and a relationship.

Contributor : Scott Bailey