A Politic for Health and Happiness

Economic stability is an elementary prerequisite for personal happiness, for ourselves as individuals as well as for ourselves as a nation. The forces which have helped form our economic wealth have not been accorded due recognition. Successful politics is based upon successful economic policy. The focus of national and international politics lies therefore in supporting the economic well-being and the activities of its subjects. Outdated regulations and laws and immovable bureaucratic systems which hinder individual and collective creativity and initiatives need to be removed.
Energy can be invested only once, money once spent is spent. We are continually making fresh decisions about our future: Love, understanding, alliances, animosities, independence, egotism. We are not entirely free in our choices; as individuals and as a society we are the product of history and the present. The energy we invest in the produce of negative thoughts, products and production generate negative results. With increased production of military equipment and armaments, with each new film about war or murder we produce more violence and danger – each and every day.
A new kind of politics is necessary, a politics of prevention and peace centred around social responsibility and political movement in which the pursuit of aims and values is the motor of societal change and development. The implementation of such politics necessitates the formulation and establishing of ground rules based upon an integration of theory and practice.

Programmes need to be formulated for a number of areas:

  1. National and international economy (small firms, medium-scale businesses, large-scale industry, raw material production and the armaments industry and the social welfare system)
  2. Administration, finance, research (central, federal, communal)
  3. Education system
  4. Health system
  5. Justice
  6. Inner security and foreign policy
  7. Environment, land and forestry economics, transport and energy
  8. Advertising, publicity and communication.
An overall management is necessary to coordinate the programmes in different areas, an activity of its own whose programmatic content first becomes apparent with the implementation and management of the different areas.
The aim: through tolerant and understanding communication between people and with nature to improve and maintain peace and harmony on the earth.

Tasks:

  • To preserve and recover the last remaining natural landscapes on the Earth.
  • To end the destruction, poisoning and exploitation of nature through a steered development and adoption of ecological and peaceful means of production.
  • To educate society and mankind to political responsibility for peace, understanding, tolerance, health and happiness.
  • Strengthening the world economy of each and every one through knowledge transfer and societal networking.
  • National and international compensation and balancing of societal wealth through ecological and non-discriminative politics.
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