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I am a Russian mother with 3 children of different age. My oldest daughter already abroad living by her own (she is 20 years old). And I am calm for her and her future. But as for other children, I am trilled with the current situation in Ukraine (and Russia). I wish we can move to a better place.
Of course, we can immigrate right now, but I can't see a place on this Planet where my youngest son (5 months only) will have a chance to grow safe and sound, in a clean environment. I'm terrified of the option that he will live in a polluted and corrupted place. If he still has a chance to grow...
Sorry for pessimism, but we should attempt to
change this Planet for our children, grandchildren and next generations
The events have unfolded in the last few days reveal that canada has a communist leader using the power of UN declaraions to apply laws in conradiction to those of canada. It is interesing how this has been achieved though the ballot box. The action on the streets of ottowa out does that of the chinese.
If his is not challeged it may be / will be a full blown chinese style takeover.
Hello fellow free-thinkers and independent lifestyle individuals,
My name is Kole and I look forward to this movement. I think the time is right to start pushing innovation and enlightenment ideas into the forefront again. This Parallel Movement is just what is needed to get things going again, and in the right direction.
I have noticed that human flourishing has stagnated. People prefer that all the hard work of living is taken up by governments. We have slowly become slaves to a centralised and corporate system of society. We no longer value individual improvement and growth.
I have often thought about how we, at one point in our history, managed to leave Earth and step onto our moon, yet have never been interested in further advances into space exploration and just betterment in general. It looks like we prefer the stable and comfortable (which is nice to have) but I think this has kept us from moving forward. We have become comfortable and sedated. No longer wanting to live, just merely to exist. But exist in luxury and comfort. It has dulled our senses and our worth as human beings.
About me, I am studying psychology with the aims of being a practitioner. I have years of study remaining, but I am motivated to reach my goals. I daresay, I will be busy in the future.
Given the current state of Australian government management of anything, it seems that AHPRA is now just a silencing arm of the government. I have come to notice why we need bureaucrats to decide who should practice medicine. After all, the medical community are the ones who seek knowledge about their profession, why we need government intervention to tell us that we passed all the tests and now receive a licence to practice? I am sure the medical profession can regulate itself.
This goes along with a deep-seated culture of relying on government support for everything we do in Australia.
Anyway, it is nice to meet you all, and I look forward to building a better society that values freedom, innovation, tolerance, seeking knowledge, good health, and overall forward momentum.
Let the revolution begin!
P.S. not a communist revolution, but a humanity revolution.
@Kole I couldn’t agree with you more.
We need a human revolution that is based on the enlightenment thoughts. They have served us well, and moved humanity from the dark ages to an age of progress.
It is getting to the point that for so many people there is no reason to participate in mainstream society. Aside from their exclusion, it has so little to offer.
There‘s enough energy and desire to create new ways, free of unhelpful regulators and government agencies.
They aren’t going to cut the red tape.
I think we need to use our mass to arrive at a different place.
In the case of health, a parallel health system.
It is possible! Look at the mass drop out of people from both corporate culture and the education system.
The parallel will grow … it’s inevitable!
@Brendan Moloney Yes, I agree.
We have enough nurses and doctors without jobs who, if able, will cerate new private practices without AHPRA (evil) being the gate-keepers of licensing. I would like to see health professionals come together and chip-in to create new hospitals. Sure they will start small, but once people see the benefits of actual treatment and allowing doctors and nurses to do the job they trained for, there will be more patients ready for real treatment and help.
It will be hard for patients and some doctors to let go of Medicare financial aid (if the form of discounts to patients and funding to practices) but I think people will understand and learn the value of paying for service that works, not a one-size-fits-all, band-aid solution.
I am excited to help contribute to this, mainly for psychology since that is what I am studying. But I think the medical health professionals can come together for more integrated solutions, not being kept in silos.
Hi. I raise a glass to the success of he group. If the spelling is odd and he "T's" are missing i is because my compuer has sicky keys in the old sense of he word. it also has bulgarian cyrillic fonts on the keypad.
As i learned o touch type on a remington (64?) at school 60 years agoI find this irritating.
The irascible accounts and economics teacher would bellow from his capains chair "Batten you have crossed the keys again, Sort them out!" Then draw hard on his Sherlock Holmes pipe. anyone who learnt to touch type will rember the black out material hood over the machine and arms.
My science eacher spent part of ww2 as a gunnery sergean, "Banging away wih our artilley guns on a pacific island".
the french teacher was a liason officer with the french restiance. "parachute in return in a lysander" was as much as he would say about that.
The history teacher was the navigaion officer in bomber command and his assisant was a waist gunner. They taught us how to march as school Air Cadets but nothing about history.
Now i though the Hittits were a 3000 bc religous tribe in asia minor, but now find they are a well establish christian group in Canada. Similar apparently to the Amish. I need to find out if the canadian hittits are the same christ