The best way to have a future is to work with others to create one
Intro by Steve Cook
We are building a new civilisation organically from the grass roots according to the needs and wants and hopes and dreams of The People and their communities.
There is also the principle of Unite and Win whereby the myriad people and groups fighting the coordinated might of tyranny alone can cease to be outgunned and overwhelmed if they unite, form citizens’ assemblies and forums and exercise a team effort.
The underlying principle is that tremendous energy, dispersed and unfocussed, does not translate into tremendous power. But CHANNELED AND FOCUSSED that tremendous energy becomes tremendous power – in our case a power so tremendous as to be un-resistible.
Or put another way: Man in affinity with Man survives, survival is a team game and the best way to guarantee that survival is to create abundance.
Thus we are delighted to have come across the COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY initiative.
We invite and encourage all those determined to grow a new desirable civilisation (as opposed to having an undesirable one imposed on us by rich sociopaths nd their minions) to join the Community Assembly and get busy creating the foundations and framework for a civilisation growing strong in the bed of liberty.
So please see the excerpts we have featured below, then visit the Community Assembly website to find out more, then JOIN and play your valuable part in CREATING a better future.
“For the people, by the people, through the people
Community Assemblies are groups of local people who provide mutual support to local residents and to each other ensuring everyone is looked after and treated fairly, especially when dealing with public and private sector organisations.”
“The idea for the Community Assembly of the British Isles came from a meeting of nine people held in May 2020 brought together to discuss how we could create an alternative to the existing failing system.
This was officially formalised over two years since when we have expanded and refined our approach resulting in over 150 active Community Assemblies working independently across the British Isles. We are working to offer regional and local support through our growing network and the Community Assembly Hubs.”
John Gilbert, Community Assembly Facilitator and Community Peace Constable
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