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Kenny ClarkFirmato: 07:06, 22/07/2017
Kirsty MacRaeFirmato: 20:51, 17/07/2017
Beverley RobertsFirmato: 20:10, 17/07/2017
melony gallagherFirmato: 17:18, 17/07/2017
"I am hoping to create a Ubuntu Contributionism circle in Plymouth, Devon, UK. Find me or Ubuntu Plymouth facebook group or email for more info. The world is awakening!"
Reuben PuddyFirmato: 09:16, 17/07/2017
Lee WelchFirmato: 11:54, 16/07/2017
"Building community through labours of love with other conscious individuals and groups"
ricky linsdellFirmato: 09:30, 16/07/2017
Jordon Annon Firmato: 06:35, 15/07/2017
Stuart BrassFirmato: 21:11, 14/07/2017
"Firmly believe that the economical, ecological and social paradigms will have to be (or indeed maybe forced to be) changed."
Suzy EcclesFirmato: 20:58, 14/07/2017
Nadia JamesFirmato: 00:01, 27/06/2017
James GreenFirmato: 20:00, 07/06/2017
Dan ErdeiFirmato: 04:13, 02/06/2017
Laura Lumachi HuntonFirmato: 15:02, 31/05/2017
"I do welcome this Charter and its founders' enterprising spirit in getting it together and circulated thus far. Whilst I agree with all the principles in it, the 8th one is worded a bit ambiguously due to its reference to 'progress'. The 'pursuit of progress' has been the shallow mantra of Western civilisation for the last two to three centuries and has been used to promote & justify an iniquitous economic system that has brought our precious planet to the current brink of collapse. I would prefer for that much abused word to be taken out of the Charter. I have a further problem with the application of 'logic' and 'knowledge' being used as criteria to promote the so-called progress: who defines logic and knowledge? Human beings squabble constantly about such concepts! I would personally redefine this principle less ambiguously. Principle 9) is so much clearer and unambiguous. "
Rishi Mehta Firmato: 00:23, 31/05/2017
"So strange, literally this morning I drafted the following and know stumbled across your site: (Re)Investment trumps saving (hoarding of wealth by the rich and corporations means capital is not being re-employed) Free Markets/Trade trumps corporate tax cuts as it gives rise to competition and best deal for consumers (requires regulators to prevent monopolies forming) Economic growth requires prosperous employment (not zero hour contracts, sub-living wages, in-work poverty) Economic growth requires value creation, i.e. both creativity and making something of value (all else will be automated) Economic growth with prosperous & sustainable consumption per citizen trumps GDP (wasting stuff makes GDP go up, and also doesn't take into account environmental costs or population growth) (There are more points I can't fit...) "
Nathan MccarthyFirmato: 05:25, 30/05/2017
Stephanie LeatherFirmato: 07:48, 26/05/2017
Chris SetzFirmato: 12:57, 25/05/2017
Chris AllenFirmato: 23:30, 24/05/2017
Steven Blackwood Firmato: 22:06, 11/05/2017
Samuel EcclesFirmato: 10:36, 11/05/2017
Julie JohnsonFirmato: 10:28, 08/05/2017
Diana Da SilvaFirmato: 19:42, 06/05/2017
Julie WaitFirmato: 07:04, 06/05/2017
linda RobinsonFirmato: 11:54, 05/05/2017
richard blongFirmato: 14:07, 04/05/2017
Manuel AssisFirmato: 00:33, 02/05/2017
Michael WoodFirmato: 22:28, 30/04/2017
Michael SweetloveFirmato: 10:53, 27/04/2017
Sean WallaceFirmato: 00:56, 26/04/2017
Peter Paul ParkerFirmato: 15:47, 19/04/2017
"I ca see the world needs to change and people need to cooperate and not compete to build the world we all want to live in."
Matthew LuscombeFirmato: 15:41, 12/04/2017
"I have been lending my artistic skills freely all my life, most recently to the Ubuntu Movement. Sharing my gifts freely has always made sense."
Patsy RobinsonFirmato: 21:54, 09/04/2017
Mark PrestonFirmato: 18:15, 05/04/2017
Cheri ScottFirmato: 10:23, 02/04/2017
Christina stainton Firmato: 19:54, 31/03/2017
Oliver FreemanFirmato: 16:17, 31/03/2017
Susan LandFirmato: 01:32, 30/03/2017
Carol MansellFirmato: 16:17, 25/03/2017
"Likes meeting people. Loves music from earlier times. Is limited by work requirements. Has a disability but loves life especially my dog. "
Siobhan JoyceFirmato: 20:52, 24/03/2017
"See it.. Breathe it.. Live it.. Love it.. LIFE!!"
Heiko VermeulenFirmato: 18:37, 24/03/2017
Stephen PeoXhaFirmato: 13:05, 20/03/2017
jack underwoodFirmato: 19:43, 18/03/2017
Emma RobertsFirmato: 13:39, 16/03/2017
Alison ChurchillFirmato: 13:33, 15/03/2017
"And no religion please"
issei sawadaFirmato: 09:16, 13/03/2017
"If we can envision it, we can achieve it. Cutting the middleman had always been the business acumen and doing away with money will be for the greater good of all and not just for the few. Brilliant idea! This will take mankind to new heights of consciousness. No more falsified authenticity behind pretenses but real authenticity at its core values based on real care."
lee wetherallFirmato: 21:56, 28/02/2017
Deborah HallFirmato: 21:19, 28/02/2017
Luke HarvellFirmato: 14:12, 28/02/2017
Laura RusinaiteFirmato: 22:07, 16/02/2017
"Sadly point nr. 7 is based on a false and limiting belief that natural resources are limited. We were tricked into believing it by the elites/greedy corporations.The reason for that is to make us feel guilty for the damage caused to our planet, which is actually caused by them, not us. Another reason is to create more taxes (for example, tax cars for CO2 emission) in order to keep the majority poor. Having said that, I do believe that we should use just the right amount of what we need - not too much and not too little."

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