11 Aug: ELV Re: BLSA, MinFin: RWA: We don’t want handouts, we want land / Tipping point: How many climate code reds does humanity need?

* Business Leadership SA: Busisiwe Mavuso, Min of Finance: Enoch Godongwana, UFS: Philippe Burger, Decusatio: Ntokozo Khumalo, Rural Womens Assembly: Suzall Timm, Comm Agric Land Reform & Rural Dev: Inkosi Swelivelile Mandela, Rosa Luxembourg Foundation: Roland Mkwain Ngam, Conciliation Resources, Stavros Niarchos Foundation SNF Agora Institute: SNF Dailogues, Salzburg Global Seminar, In Transformation Initiative: Roelf Meyer
* 11 Aug: ELV Re: BLSA, MinFin: RWA: We don’t want handouts, we want land / Tipping point: How many climate code reds does humanity need?.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: LJ v SAPP / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GMZA| EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP  Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Peacenik / EoP v WiP Neg.

From: EoP MILED Clerk [mailto:eop.miled.clerk@tygae.org.za]
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To: ‘Business Leadership SA’; ‘Busisiwe Mavuso’; ‘Mthuni Mthimkhulu’; ‘Min Enoch Godongwana: Mary Marumo’; ‘Marlon Geswint’; ‘Mashudu Masutha-Rammutle’; ‘Comm Agric Land Reform & Rural Dev: Inkosi Swelivelile Mandela’
Cc: ‘In Transformation Initiative’; ‘Roelf Meyer’; ‘Ivor Jenkins’; ‘Mohammed Bhabha’; ‘Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim’; ‘Patience Zonge-Hwenha’
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TO: Business Leadership SA: Busisiwe Mavuso
Re: Daily Maverick: Business Leadership SA’s Busi Mavuso: We’re naive to think we can achieve stability in the face of inequality;
FYI: Ecology of Peace Law Voter Draft: EoP TRC Alliance [EoP AU: PDF: pp.01-12/54] to implement EoP UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] includes property ration [EoP AU: PDF: pp.47-54/54] basic income landreform [pp.40/54].

CC: Min Enoch Godongwana
CC: UFS: Philippe Burger
Re: Fin24: Godongwana warns against ‘cycle of dependency’ for youth in basic income debate – report.
FYI: Ecology of Peace Law Voter Draft: EoP TRC Alliance [EoP AU: PDF: pp.01-12/54] to implement EoP UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] includes property ration [EoP AU: PDF: pp.47-54/54] basic income landreform [pp.40/54].

CC: Decusatio: Ntokozo Khumalo
Re: News 24: When Welfare is a Curse.
CC: Rural Women’s Assembly: Suzall
Re: Groundup: Rural Womens Assembly: We don’t want handouts, we want land
CC: Comm Agric Land Reform & Rural Dev: Inkosi Swelivelile Mandela
Re: Parl: Agric Committee questions the contribution of One Household, One Hectare programme towards Tenure Security.
FYI: Ecology of Peace Law Voter Draft: EoP TRC Alliance [EoP AU: PDF: pp.01-12/54] to implement EoP UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] includes property ration [EoP AU: PDF: pp.47-54/54] basic income landreform [pp.40/54].

CC: Rosa Luxembourg Foundation: Roland Mkwain Ngam
Re: DM: Tipping point: How many climate code reds does humanity need?.
Ref: SQ: Jason Hickle: The Paris climate deal won’t save us – our future depends on de-growth; To deal with climate change we need a new financial system; Our best shot at cooling the planet might be right under our feet; LKeith: Totalitarian Agriculture Ecocide; DQuin: Totalitarian Agriculture.
FYI: Ecology of Peace Law Voter Draft: EoP TRC Alliance [EoP AU: PDF: pp.01-12/54] to implement EoP UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] is only climate and ecological resolution with orderly and humane deindustrialisation and depopulation degrowth path to 0°C.

CC: Conciliation Resources; SNF Agora Institute Dialogues, Salzburg Global Seminar
CC: In Transformation Initiative Roelf Meyer:
Re: Jack Alpert: Nonlinearity of Overpopulation: How many children per family leads to, or keeps the peace, on an island where Defund the Rupert-Gupta Oligarchy provides all families an equal four acres and a mule property ration basic income?
Ref: 10 May: ELV Re: TYengeni: Can SA’s craft a solution to economic apartheid?.

BLSA: Busisiwe Mavuso

ELV Re: BLSA, MinFin: RWA: We don’t want handouts, we want land.

FYI: Ecology of Peace Law Voter Draft: EoP TRC Alliance [EoP AU: PDF: pp.01-12/54] to implement EoP – Exit WiP Ecocide Apartheid law – UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] includes property ration [EoP AU: PDF: pp.47-54/54] basic income landreform [pp.40/54].

EoP UN Resolution [EoP AU: PDF: pp.13-54/54] is also the only climate and ecological international law resolution with an orderly and humane deindustrialisation and depopulation degrowth path to 0°C.

Earlier this year reports came out that the number of South Africans receiving social grants, will swell to over 16.7 million people over the next three years. This was according to the 2012/2013 budget tabled in Parliament. I can honestly say that I  now understand why this is. In my humble opinion, it has nothing to do with being previously disadvantaged, poverty or even the difficulty of finding employment in South Africa.  The problem points to an issue raised by Bob Collins for the Government of South Australia about 6 years ago. That automatic and unconditional welfare payments discourage people from seeking employment.  This is a sad fact, and I speak out of personal experience when I say fact. I have people in my own family receiving grant money, but are perfectly capable, smart young people. Would you want to earn your keep when you have the opportunity to raise the country ‘s population – and get paid for it?! The document tabled also states that by the end of 2011, almost 15.3 million people were eligible for social grants, compared to 2.5 million in 1998.  What this shows me is that these people are not being driven to receiving a government grant out of poverty, but out of sheer laziness and disinterest in working for an honest keep. [News 24: When Welfare is a Curse.]

SA’s new Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana has waded into the debate on basic income grants, saying the state should be careful not to create a “cycle of dependency” for SA’s unemployed youth, according to the Sunday Times. Godongwana was named SA’s new finance minister last week, replacing Tito Mboweni. Professor Philippe Burger of the University of the Free State has estimated that the introduction of universal basic income for all SA adults could cost around R240 billion per year, if every adult received R500 per month. “Adding more welfare recipients in an economy that is not growing – and therefore not generating more tax revenue […] will be very difficult to do without undermining business confidence even further,” he said.  Mboweni, meanwhile, has been on the fence about introducing such a grant. [Fin24: Godongwana warns against ‘cycle of dependency’ for youth in basic income debate – report]

“If rural women had a hectare of land, we wouldn’t be spending the little that we have to buy food. We could feed our children and communities from our own gardens,” says Margaret Jacobs, a former farm worker from Stellenbosch. On Tuesday, Jacobs joined about 25 farm workers from the South African Rural Women’s Assembly outside the National Assembly building in Cape Town as part of the ‘One Woman, One Hectare’ campaign for women’s month. The purpose of the campaign is to urge the government to give rural women access to land to manage on their own. Some women at the picket said getting a hectare of land would help them become economically independent, provide food for their families, and even create employment in their communities. “If we had some land, we could’ve planted our own vegetables and helped our communities to ease the hunger,” she said. The Rural Women’s Assembly sent a letter of demand to various departments on 6 August, including the Presidency, and the Departments of Agriculture, and Forestry, Fisheries and Environment. The letter urged the government to meet their demands. [Groundup: Rural Womens Assembly: We don’t want handouts, we want land]

The Chairperson of the committee, Inkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, enquired from the department on what the policy outcomes of the One Household, One Hectare Programme which commenced in 2016, is towards tenure security. “Tenure security is a very serious matter that impacts on the lives of the most vulnerable and therefore we must at all times consider it in whatever interventions we make,” he said. Further, the selection criteria of the 7 788 beneficiaries across the country is also not clear. On the recent oversight visit to KwaZulu-Natal, the committee found that the funds which were meant for the One Household, One Hectare Programme for Westwood Farm beneficiaries who received 245 hectares, were allocated in the Recapitalisation and Development Programme. The department responded that there is no policy on the selection of the beneficiaries and will investigate the funding allocation of Westwood Farm and report back to the committee. “The absence of no selection criteria is a great travesty that leaves the process open to abuse and malpractice. We must ensure that all such programmes stand up to the criteria of due process, transparency and accountability,” he said. [Parl: Agric Committee questions the contribution of One Household, One Hectare programme towards Tenure Security]

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Candy Mayfair of Oudtshoorn has started growing vegetables for the first time in her life. [SQ-GU: Candy Mayfair planting veggies for the hard times ahead].

While many in the world are completely dependent on large scale agriculture, the Russian people feed themselves. Their agricultural economy is small scale, predominantly organic and in the capable hands of the nation’s people. Russians have something built into their DNA that creates the desire to grow their own food. It’s a habit that has fed the Russian nation for centuries. It’s not just a hobby but a massive contribution to Russia’s agriculture. In 2011, 51% of Russia’s food was grown either by dacha communities (40%), or peasant farmers (11%) leaving the rest (49%) of production to the large agricultural enterprises. But when you dig down into the earthy data from the Russian Statistics Service you discover some impressive details. Again in 2011, dacha gardens produced over 80% of the countries fruit and berries, over 66% of the vegetables, almost 80% of the potatoes and nearly 50% of the nations milk, much of it consumed raw. In a myriad of villages like Voskresenskoye, nestled deep in the Russian countryside, the monetary turmoil roiling the nation’s large cities still seems a largely distant threat. “This crisis is for the rich, for people who have dollars. We never had money here,” said Tamara Boychenko, a 68-year-old retired resident of the village located in northwest Russia about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from Saint Petersburg. Food sovereignty puts the people who produce, distribute and eat food at the centre of decisions about food production and policy rather than corporations and market institutions that have come to dominate the global food system. In Havana, Cuba 90% of the city’s fresh produce comes from local urban farms and gardens. In 2003, the Russian government signed the Private Garden Plot Act into law, entitling citizens to private plots of land for free. These plots range from 0.89 hectares to 2.75 hectares. … In 2003 the Russian President signed into law a further “Private Garden Plot Act” enabling Russian citizens to receive free of charge from the state, plots of land in private inheritable ownership. Sizes of the plots differ by region but are between one and three hectares each [1 hectare = 2.2 acres]. Produce grown on these plots is not subject to taxation. A further subsequent law to facilitate the acquisition of land for gardening was passed in June 2006. “Essentially, what Russian gardeners do,” he concludes, “is demonstrate that gardeners can feed the world – and you do not need any GMOs, industrial farms, or any other technological gimmicks to guarantee everybody’s got enough food to eat. Bear in mind that Russia only has 110 days of growing season per year – so in the US, for example, gardeners’ output could be substantially greater. Today, however, the area taken up by lawns in the US is two times greater than that of Russia’s gardens – and it produces nothing but a multi-billion-dollar lawn care industry.” [SQ-RN: Russia’s Rural Villagers are Unphased by Economic Collapse; SQ-NH: Russian Family Gardens Produce 40% of Russian Food; SQ-TB: In 1999, 35 million small family plots produced 90% of Russia’s potatoes, 77% of vegetables, 87% of fruits, 59% of meat, 49% of milk.
» EoP Leg Sub: 30 Mar: McVeigh2020: EoP Law Covid-19 Lockdown Rules Recommendations.

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In order to avert the kind of rural unrest that was helping the communists in China; the Americans initiated the redistribution of land from big landowners to their tenants. The capitalist elite in Japan known as the zaibatsu were purged as supporters of a criminal war and prohibited from future business activity. Richard Werner: Basically the fascist policies of the thirties that the fascists did not manage to implement during the war, the US occupation managed to complete, like land reform and the purge of the zaibatsu. Wieland Wagner: yes its a very funny encounter of Japanese wartime fascists and american new dealers. [SQ-TL: Princes of the Yen: Post-War Japan: How Financiers Transformed Japan’s Economy]
» EoP Leg Sub: 08 Aug: TN ELV Mediation Re: CCT 52/21, 119/16 & 69/12; ACHPR: LFN v ZA, H 225/19.

Garrett Hardin: We are all the descendants of thieves, and the world’s resources are inequitably distributed. But we must begin the journey to [EoP UN Resolution: lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.26-71/71; lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56; ZvZ-SAgr PDF  pp.19-60/60] tomorrow [Thompkins Conservation: The Next Economy] from the point where we are today. We cannot remake the past. We cannot safely [Defund the Rupert Gupta Mafiocracy with a property-ration basic income eop-landreform] divide the wealth equitably among all peoples so long as people reproduce at different rates [Jack Alpert: Nonlinearity of Overpopulation: How many children per family leads to, or keeps the peace, on an island where Defund the Oligarchy Monarchy Mafiocracy provides all families an equal forty acres and a mule property ration basic income?]. To do so would guarantee that our grandchildren and everyone else’s grandchildren, would have only a ruined world to inhabit.     To be generous with one’s own possessions is quite different from being generous with those of posterity. We should call this point to the attention of those who from a commendable love of justice and equality, would institute a system of the commons, either in the form of a world food bank, or of unrestricted immigration. We must convince them if we wish to save at least some parts of the world from environmental ruin. Without a true [EoP UN Resolution: lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.26-71/71; lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56; ZvZ-SAgr PDF  pp.19-60/60] world government to [one-child-law] control reproduction and the [eop-footprint: property-ration basic income] use of available resources, the sharing ethic of the spaceship is impossible. For the foreseeable future, our survival demands that we govern our actions by the ethics of a lifeboat, harsh though they may be. Posterity will be satisfied with nothing less. [EoP Amended: Garrett Hardin Society: Lifeboat Ethics]
» EoP Leg Sub: 29 Jul: ELV Re: Amerika: Why do White people hate themselves?; 04 Aug: ELV Re IAS-OE: Virtue Signaling: What Is It And Why Is It So Dangerous?.

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Symptoms of WiP Law Voter International law:

In the absence of EoP international law [EoP OAS PDF: pp.58; EoP EUR: PDF: pp.54; EoP AU: PDF: pp.54]; any country experimentally adopting EoP national law; will – absent nationalist EoP-GandhiTaliban alliance fundamentalism; and/or global military ‘Cuban Missile death penalty to any WiP law citizen, organization or political party interfering in EoP law country, or EoP – Steppe Gandhi Taliban – Axis Alliance building advocacy organization’ protection agreement – lack the industrial defence measures to prevent themselves from being politically, economically and/or militarily looted by WiP law countries searching for cheap labour and markets.

Joaquin Flores: It is very difficult for a nominally sovereign government to tell a Thatcherite story of ‘TINA’ – there is no alternative. Cuba lacks alternatives except going either the path of the Khmer Rouge [SQ-LA: Pol Pot was Right], or the path of laissez-faire [DW: The Shock Doctrine; AL: Disaster Capitalism]. It has chosen some middle-path [SQ-PC: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil]. It’s been only a handful of leaders, several in Africa, in Haiti, and Belarus, that have openly bucked these provisions. And of these, all have been since eliminated except for Lukashenko in Belarus who no doubt enjoys some security provisions from the Russian Federation.     Cuba produces its own vaccine, one that is not an experimental mRNA vaccine. The US would like very much to force a concession onto Cuba that it accept the mRNA vaccine. Perhaps the Cuban population of 11 million is just too high. Lukashenko in turn revealed that he refused an IMF offer of $980 million to play the lockdown deathmatch. This is a Color Revolution. … for those who understand what the signs are, the signs of a Color Revolution are certainly there. But to understand this requires a long and broad view of the interplay between staged economic crises and the predictable turmoil they create in certain countries. Because turmoil and protests are all but predictable even to OXFAM, once the FAO food index price surpasses about 210 (by 2012 ratios) [SQ-FtW: Eating Fossil Fuels]. Then, it becomes a question of which countries global lending institutions deem worthy of borrowing to subsidize against the newly inflated food price, or which countries the food production companies view in a lenient fashion. As OXFAM wrote in 2012: “While concerns about high food prices are foremost about the spread of hunger and poverty, high food prices are also strongly correlated with political instability and have historically been a catalyst for mass protest in countries where legitimacy is already faltering. Research performed by the New England Institute for Science and Society has identified “a global food price threshold for unrest.”  Since 2007, food riots have broken out in more than 60 countries and have occurred with heightened frequency during periods of record-breaking food prices such as in 2008, when food riots erupted from Europe to the South Pacific. The FAO food price index crossed the 210 threshold, for the first time, in February 2008.” Do we need to mention again that global economic crises are staged? Surely, there are structural problems broadly speaking, in the entire Neo-Keynesean system built in some large part from the ideas of Milton Friedman. So it should be clarified that while the timing of these economic crises are planned, they are also bound to happen. But when precisely they happen, and the point of them, would probably shock and confuse, then demoralize anyone who had a naïve understanding of global politics. You see, the point planned economic crises is the upwards redistribution of wealth. Every firm except a handful of ‘zaibatsu’ style state-picked winners must absorb their own losses. This is corporatism 101. Each market crises is structurally predetermined as these bubbles which define them, grow to a certain point. But it is a decision that is made to ‘pop the bubble’ at a particularly more fortuitous time as opposed to some other time – granted that it would need to be popped sooner or later. So these are both features of the structure, but also planned.     Understanding Color Revolutions requires an understanding of this phenomenon. In 2008, the massive bail-outs to banks using currency debasement, led to a geopolitical strategy on the part of the US deep state to buy up and corner the markets on perishable goods, especially those markets and firms which directed their energies towards Turkey, the Arab world, and Iran. This led to strife across the Maghreb region, Egypt, Syria, an increase of problems in occupied Iraq, and a boon to the Green movement in Iran. [Strategic Culture: Cuba and Color Revolution: A Cautionary Tale of the Next Phase of Forever-War]
» EoP Leg Sub: 21 Jul: ELV Re: TC: What is core of – looting corruption swamp / Nordstream Covid Climate – problems?

Frank Serpico: It takes a fourteen shot clip. You expecting an army? Serpico: No, just a division [Serpico: Trailer: IG: Serpico Division]                Richard Manning: The journalist’s rule says: follow the money. This rule, however, is not really axiomatic but derivative, in that money, as even our vice president will tell you, is really a way of tracking energy. We’ll follow the energy. [SQ-RM: The Oil We Eat: Following the Food Chain back to Iraq]                Dale Allen Pfeiffer: Three Choices:     Considering the utter necessity of population reduction, there are three obvious choices awaiting us.       We can-as a society-become aware of our dilemma and consciously make the choice not to add more people to our population. This would be the most welcome of our three options, to choose consciously and with free will to responsibly lower our population. However, this flies in the face of our biological imperative to procreate. It is further complicated by the ability of modern medicine to extend our longevity, and by the refusal of the Religious Right to consider issues of population management. And then, there is a strong business lobby to maintain a high immigration rate in order to hold down the cost of labor. Though this is probably our best choice, it is the option least likely to be chosen.      Failing to responsibly lower our population, we can force population cuts through government regulations. Is there any need to mention how distasteful this option would be? How many of us would choose to live in a world of forced sterilization and population quotas enforced under penalty of law? How easily might this lead to a culling of the population utilizing principles of eugenics?       This leaves the third choice, which itself presents an unspeakable picture of suffering and death. Should we fail to acknowledge this coming crisis and determine to deal with it, we will be faced with a die-off from which civilization may very possibly never revive. We will very likely lose more than the numbers necessary for sustainability. Under a die-off scenario, conditions will deteriorate so badly that the surviving human population would be a negligible fraction of the present population. And those survivors would suffer from the trauma of living through the death of their civilization, their neighbors, their friends and their families. Those survivors will have seen their world crushed into nothing.         The questions we must ask ourselves now are, how can we allow this to happen, and what can we do to prevent it? Does our present lifestyle mean so much to us that we would subject ourselves and our children to this fast approaching tragedy simply for a few more years of conspicuous consumption? [SQ-DAP: Eating Fossil Fuels]
» EoP Leg Sub: 21 Jul: ELV Re: TC: What is core of – looting corruption swamp / Nordstream Covid Climate – problems?

Kollibri terre Sonnenblume: Individuals making choices like giving up driving for a cycling make no difference in the big picture. None. Why? Because any resources you don’t consume are consumed by someone else. It’s not like we’re each assigned “our share” of the world’s known fossil fuel reserves, and that whatever we personally don’t use stays in the ground. Hardly. We can give up as much as we want and nothing will be saved. [Counterpunch: How We are All Climate Deniers.]
» EoP Leg Sub: 27 Jun: EoP Re: Kollibri terre Sonnenblume: How We are All Climate Deniers.

Matthew Simmons: Peak Oil is basically as serious as thermo-nuclear war. [Economic Crisis Review: Crude Impact. Bluemark: Collapse Trailer. Remarkable Encounters: A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash. End of Suburbia: Peak Oil End of Suburbia. SQ-CvC: Eating Fossil Fuels. Incubate Pictures: There’s No Tomorrow].                National Security Archive: Thomas Blanton: Everybody’s got a nuke in their pocket. One spark would set it off.   [Codi von Richthofen: Missile Crisis: The Man who Saved the World. Charles Atencio: Peter Jennings: The Missiles of October: What the World Didn’t Know. David von Peins JFK Channel: The Missiles of October. History Channel: The Cuban Missile Crisis. VHEMT: Voluntary Human Extinction Movement: There’s No Tomorrow].

Derrick Jensen: If your experience is that your food comes from a grocery store and your water comes from a tap, you will defend to the death the system that brings those to you, because your life depends on it. If on the other hand your experience is that your water comes from a stream – imagine that people used to drink from streams – and that your food comes from a landbase, you will defend to the death that stream and that landbase [how cuba survived peak oil] because your life depends on it.. [EoE: Identification]        We could all have South Africa’s Tutu TRC transformation of the heart, and if we still – like WiP Law voter South Africans – continue to breed and consume above ecological carrying capacity limits, we would still need a massive police force and army to stop us from stealing each others cheap labour [physical cheap labour: Jack Alpert: Thought Process limitations and social conflict: How many children per family  leads to, or keeps the peace; on an island where all families have an equal forty acres & a mule property ration?.]  and accumulated capital production [oil cheap labour: end of suburbia: crude impact: crude awakening: collapse] resources. [EoE: Civilization and Enlightenment; Excerpts: EoE: What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire]
» EoP Leg Sub: 14 Jul: ELV Re: SASRIA v Maponja Mall; Moeletsi Mbeki v CRamaphosa.

After the 9/11 terrorist attacks [WP: The Oil Factor behind the War on Terror], President Bush didn’t call for [register as responsible-freedom voter: ZvZ SAgr: PDF: pp.18-18/60] sacrifice. He called for shopping [TUZ: Surplus: Terrorized into being Consumers]. “Get down to Disney World in Florida,” he said. “Take your families and enjoy life, the way we want it to be enjoyed.” Taken on its own, this wasn’t such a horrible sentiment. But Boston University historian Andrew Bacevich has made a convincing case that it was part of a broader pattern of encouraging financial irresponsibility [TC: The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism: Trailer]. “Bush seems to have calculated — cynically but correctly — that prolonging the credit-fueled consumer binge could help keep complaints about his performance as Commander in Chief from becoming more than a nuisance,” Bacevich wrote in the Washington Post in October. Now we’re paying the bill. [Time: Telling us to Go Shopping]
» EoP Leg Sub: 21 Jul: ELV Re: TC: What is core of – looting corruption swamp / Nordstream Covid Climate – problems?

Branko Vukelić: I admire you Richard. All this fanfares and talks about the Axis and brotherhood, but in the end [Japans Axis US-Pacific or RU-Eastern Front industrial warfare decision-making] depends on oil right? Richard Sorge: Yes, strange as it may seem. [Star Media: Richard Sorge: Master Spy; Intel Today: Remembering the Greatest Spies: Richard Sorge (Oct 5 1895 – Nov 7 1944)] Richard Sorge (4 Oct 1895 – 7 Nov 1944) was a German journalist and Soviet military intelligence officer who was active before and during World War II and worked undercover as a German journalist in both Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan. His codename was “Ramsay”. Sorge was hanged on 7 November 1944, at 10:20 Tokyo time in Sugamo Prison. His last words were: Long Live the Red Army, The International Communist Party and The Soviet Communist Party!, all delivered in fluent Japanese to his hangman captors. [WP: Richard Sorge; Spartacus: Richard Sorge]
» EoP Leg Sub: 11 Jul: ELV Mediation: Re: Zille v Zuma.

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Summary EoP v WiP Law:

Mahatma Gandhi wanted an [EoP Steppe Aryan law: sustainable procreation and consumption below ecological carrying capacity limits] self sufficient villages agrarian economy. Nehru wanted a [WiP law] industrial economy. [Daniel Yergin: Commanding Heights: Battle for World Economy 01. Battle of Ideas; 02. Agony of Reform; 03. New Rules of the Game; DW: Mahatma Gandhi: Dying for freedom]              

McVeigh 2020 [mcveigh2020]: A handshake is a very low cost way of making contracts, but is worthless in a community with lotsa liars. Gimbutas noted the stable – no population & economic consumption growth – Steppe Aryan population: that a low tech agrarian village founded in 8000 BC was still a low tech agrarian village in 4000BC. This also allowed them to sustainably farm the land, and live in peace. There are no steppe Aryan palaces, no prisons, no mental institutions, no homeless, no landless and no unemployed. No harems; they didnt even have marriage, just as the Musou still today. Among whom, rape & murder are so rare they dont have words for it. [SQSwans: Day Brown: Proto Indo-European: 23 January 2017]  
 [SQ-DS: The Mosou Matriarch Men Live Better where Women are in Charge].
» McVeigh 2020: Return to Eden: EoP – End Civ – UN Resolution.

Globally there are two potential international law legal systems, requiring two different forms of agriculture and freedom; and leading to two different international and/or national economic and peace and war systems; with two different types of peacenik / military warriors [Summary EoP v WiP Law: eop-v-wip-law: PDF]. Abel Ecology of Peace (“EoP”) international law will require citizens to practice – procreation and consumption below ecological carrying capacity limits, and fully informed consent honest relating  – responsible freedom, and will lead to sustainable steady state – no population and economic growth – low tech sustainable subsistence agriculture agrarian economies [Thompkins Conservation: The Next Economy; NBC: Eustace Conway’s Turtle Island; RN: Russia’s Rural Villagers are Unphased by Economic Collapse; NH: Russian Family Gardens Produce 40% of Russian Food; TB: In 1999, 35 million small family plots produced 90% of Russia’s potatoes, 77% of vegetables, 87% of fruits, 59% of meat, 49% of milk]. Kane Babylon Masonic War is Peace (“WiP”) law allows cattle-citizens [Obama Deception: False WiP Left Right paradigm; Stefan Molyneux: The Story of [WiP] Enslavement: 01:02; Human Farming: Our Enslavement; PETA: Sunny Acre Farms] the freedom to procreate and consume as much as they want, and practice certain forms of relating deception [IG: 15-07-31]; and leads to totalitarian agriculture [TSWabbit: Daniel Quinn on Totalitarian Agriculture: Excerpt: What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire] boom – slaughterhouse cattle feast – bust economic systems. In a global WiP international law system, everyone is consciously or unconsciously – lab rats on a treadmill – trapped in the growth-boom-bust [OKC: The Boom the Bust and the Bomb; FactXTract: Flatten Weimar Curve?; Crash Course: Exponential Growth & Power of Compounding; Growth Busters: Limits to Growth: Bacteria in a Bottle; World Population Balance: Understanding Exponential Growth; Al Bartlett: Arithmetic, Population and Energy] econo-legal system. The growth-boom-bust system can only be reformed – prior to bust collapsing – if a sufficient number of elite are willing to cooperate to abolish it and replace it with a legal system enabling orderly and humane degrowth return to a sustainable steady state system. Some are consciously – prisoners – trapped, others are unconsciously – prison guards – trapped [My Dinner with Andre: Guard/Prisoner Reality]. All Babylon War is Peace (“WiP”) Yum Yum Cannibal Boom Bust economy’s are economic systems where the Babylon elite unconsciously or consciously – some more honest and others with a preference for flattery deception – profiteer off race, religious, class and gender Yum Yum boom-bust resource conflict misery. One of the ways in which citizens are encouraged to increase consumption at even faster levels are through banking lending practices. It is not for nothing that usury [DC: Usury: Mathematical Fraud Explained; Bill Maher: Elizabeth Warren: Usury] – a financial growth symptom of Babylon WiP procreation/consumption growth law – was made illegal by some nations and religions, but those nations and religions failed to address the root – Babylon WiP procreation, consumption and deception law – causes of – among others – financial boom bust economic symptom of usury.
» EoP Leg Sub: 10 Jul: McV20: EoP Law A: WiP Law. Vusi Mohadi Q: Who Killed the Economy?; 16 Aug: EoP Law Peaceful Protestor Defn; TN: McVeigh EoP law Cons & Wiki Pedia Edit.

Its worth repeating that Mother Natures laws do set a single – procreation and consumption below ecological carrying capacity limits – standard [eop-footprint: mcveigh2020: PDF: pp.40-43/71 | lj-v-ls: PDF pp.39-42/70] for resource abundance prosperity; for the inhabitants of any ecological system. Its also worth noting that in the absence of the beings calling themselves citizen voters cooperating to legislate international laws that obey Mother Natures single procreation and consumption standard of procreation and consumption below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-un-res: mcveigh2020: PDF: pp.26-67/71 | lj-v-ls: PDF pp.25-66/70]; enabling orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation return to Mother Natures single responsible freedom prosperity standard; Mother Natures armies can and will Bon Voyage Motherfuckers all of the citizen voters armies – Pentagon [Global Observatory: Climate Change is Urgent Global Security Threat], Red Army [Reds: Trailer], NATO [NATO: Climate Change], People’s Army [ASPO: Al Bartlett: China’s One Child Policy]; Muslim Brotherhood [Reuters: Two is enough, Egypt tells poor families as population booms; Express Tribune: Justice Nisar: population control is Pakistans top priority after water conservation; Supreme Court recommends national task force for population control] – combined back to the stone age; as she has done many times before [Military Gospel: 11 Feb: NASA: Human & nature dynamics: Modeling inequality resource use in the collapse or sustainability of societies].
» EoP Leg Sub: 24 Jun: McV20: EoP Law Re: TAC: Here Come the Bourgeoisie Bolsheviks; 13 Jul: McV20: McV20 Q 4 Kudrin, Gref & Chubais: Putin mandate for EoP Woke Therapy?

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EoP UN Resolution [lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.25-66/70] to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law; has been submitted electronically or formally served to parties and courts in the following political and legal proceedings – as of date no respondent has exposed any scientific or cultural law error – [A] US Presidential Campaign: (i) McVeigh 2020 [mcveigh2020: 07 Feb: IA SoS: Pro Se Filing Ntc: McVeigh 2020: EoP / OKC TRC Return to Steppe Aryan Eden Negotiations: Write In Candidate PDF: pp.55-96/350]; [B] IACHR: McVeigh 2020 v USA: EoP Law Voter Pro Se Application for EoP Prisoner of WiP Law War Declaratory Authorization; in terms of Art 4, 5 and 128 of the Geneva Convention relative to Treatment of Prisoner of War [mcv-v-usa: PDF: pp.17; Encl: E: PDF: pp.55-96/350]; [C] US Courts: (i) US Court of Appeals DC Circuit Court of Judge Merrick Garland: EoP Law Voter Prisoner of WiP Law War Pro Se Application for Direct Access to US Court of Appeals DC Circuit Court of Judge Merrick Garland [mcv-v-djtjrb: .NoM: PDF: Annex: D: pp.70; E PDF: pp.31-100/350]; (ii) US District Court: District of Columbia: 1:21-cr-43 et al: US v Capital Breach Accused: EoP law Voter Amicus in support of (a) EoP Law Prisoner Pardon or (b) WiP Law mitigation of sentencing of Saperstein Capital Breach Accused; subject to USG EoP Axis Oath office or EoP v WiP Law Referendum [us-v-cba: PDF: pp.81-122/122]; (iii) District Court for the Western District of Texas: El Paso Division: Criminal No EP-20-U4: US v Patrick Crusius [us-v-pwc: PDF: pp.156-197/261]; [D] South Africa Courts: (a) SA Constitutional Court: CCT 52-21: Zondo v Zuma: EoP Law Voter Mediation Amicus [PDF: pp.39-80/80]; (b) George High Court: (i) H 111/19: LJ v Lindiwe Sisulu and Eight Others [lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.25-66/70]; (ii) H 225/19: LJ v Speaker George Municipality and Four Others [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56]; (iii) H 213/19 LJ v Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula: Min of Defence & Eight Others [lj-v-nmn: PDF: pp.34-76/83]; (c) CCMA: Comm for Conciliation Mediation & Arbitration: 1063-20: LJ v Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Two Others [lj-v-trc: PDF: pp.30-71/137]; [E] UK Courts: (i) UK Supreme Court: LJ v Speaker House of Commons and Ten Others [lj-v-shoc: PDF: pp.43-84/88]; (ii) Westminster Magistrates Court: UK Extradition Proceedings: US v Julian Assange [us-v-jpa: PDF: pp.59-100/143]; [F] New Zealand Courts: High Court of New Zealand, Christchurch Registry  / I Te Koti Matua O Aotearoa Ōtautahi Rohe: CRI-2019-009-2468: New Zealand v Brenton Tarrant [nz-v-bt: PDF: pp.156-197/261]; [G] Intnl Court of Justice: (i) Treaty of Amity Proceedings: Iran v USA [ir-v-us: PDF: pp.59-100/143]; (ii) Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide: Gambia v Myanmar: [gm-v-mm: PDF: pp.11-52/52]; (iii) Relocation of the United States Embassy to Jerusalem: Palestine v United States of America [ps-v-us: PDF: pp.01-12/54; Encl: EoP UN Res: pp.13-54/54].

EoP – OKC TRC – Axis Alliance [31 Mar: EoP Upd: Sergey Lavrov: Re: EoP Axis Alliance negotiations] Honest Lives Matter [29 Jun: EoP Axis Alliance is an Honest Lives Matter culture] Negotiations correspondence is published at EoP Leg Sub [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson,
EoP MILED Clerk [EoP Oath PDF]
16 Taaibos Ave, Heatherpark, George, 6529

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Business Leadership SA: Busisiwe Mavuso:
Business Leadership SA (businessleadership@businessleadership.org.za); Busisiwe Mavuso (reception@businessleadership.org.za); Mthuni Mthimkhulu (mmthimkhulu@businessleadership.org.za)

Min of Finance: Enoch Godongwana:
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Rural Women’s Assembly: Suzall:
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Comm Agric Land Reform & Rural Dev: Inkosi Swelivelile Mandela:
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Rosa Luxembourg Foundation: Roland Ngam:
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