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Create a Non-special interest, Non-Partisan, Non-religious, Non-Racial Lobbying group to monitor governments around the world

The watchdog. A lobbying group. To keep governments and organizations in check. Be a part of this group. Leave your comment below.

Every country needs an independent group to act as “watchers” or “guardians” of the Security and prosperity of the nation.

Do not leave it up to a charismatic leader, a political party, a religious organization, or a special interest group to fight for what is good for the country.

Instinctively a political leader will always put his personal interests or what he thinks is good above those of others. If he doesn’t his opponents will find ways and means to take him down. The same is true for religious, racial, partisan and special interest groups. They always serve themselves first.

The Non-special interest, Non-Partisan, Non-religious, Non-Racial Lobbying group will:

  • Fight against government control over its citizens. The lobbying group will monitor and fight any corrupt or detrimental laws towards all citizens, it will lobby for the amendment or revocation of such laws.
  • Prevent private organizations (religious, racial, political, commercial or foundations) from manipulating the government into upholding their mission and vision instead of the rights of the citizens. It will lobby to prevent a group of people or organization to take over any municipality, city, province, region, territory in the country with their beliefs, politics, ideology or culture.
  • It will help create laws that will be beneficial to all citizens.
    • Usually, laws as it is introduced serves a specific purpose and more often than not also serves the purpose of the author and special interest groups that helped lobby for its approval.
  • It will work with policy makers and to help them formulate policies that are not prejudicial or biased.
  • A lobbying group that is not out to take down any organization or individual(s) but to take down the suggestions they present or introduce that abuse and deprive others.

Political groups, religions, special interest groups, most corporations and foundations will always do what is best for their organization and sometimes at the expense of those who do not belong or associate with their organization.
A political group can become so strong, that it pursues its own mission and vision versus that of the people. They create minions to do their media bidding. Left unchecked they create political dynasties. This political group will be in cahoots with corporations, religions, foundations, and special interest groups. Bribery becomes a mode of operation, with only one goal in mind and that is to stay in power.

The lobbying group will never laud or support a political candidate, a political group, a religious belief, or any other organization. This lobbying group will work with these organizations to make sure that the best for humanity will be adhered to. Any political group that presents a suggestion, a bill or proposes a certain law that proves to be beneficial to all, the lobbying group will support it and help campaign for its passage or approval. If they propose anything that is detrimental, the lobbying group will fight against it.

Every generation always manifests great leaders. These leaders will serve the people and will face oppositions. The lobbying group will be there to support the good ideas and oppose the bad. When the term of these leaders is over, the lobbying group will still be there to make sure that the good of the people will always be served by those who are still serving.

Corruption never starts on a grand scale. It starts small and it grows and festers then it becomes a monstrosity.

Every Country should have this lobbying group.

The core committee in each country will have 7 members. The core committee will decide on which project to tackle as each one comes up.

When possible, each country will have its own lobbying group. Original core committee members of this Lobbying Group will be appointed by the current board of directors of the Association and to be approved by the President. A qualified member must be at least 30 years old. Each prospect will be vetted extensively. Members must represent all the provinces or states of their country. Dismissal of any member will be by unanimous vote from the board members with final approval of the chief executive officer.

Qualification for membership in this group, will not be based on culture, creed, race, color, religious beliefs or political affiliations. Recruitment will be based mostly on PRUDENCE and on his/her ability to put aside personal advocacy for the betterment of humanity. What does putting aside personal advocacy or beliefs mean? It means that a member can be anyone he/she wants to be as long as it never jeopardizes the by-laws of the lobbying group.

Future members of this Lobbying Group committee will be recommended by current active committee members and to be vetted by the board members of the association and approved by the President.


Points to Consider:

  • In the United States of America:
    • There are 50 states in the USA. There are 435 members in the house of representatives and 100 senators. Making a total of 535 people who officially run the legislative body of the USA. The executive office has the president and the vice-president (actually the vice-president just helps the president). Therefore making it 537 people who run the country. Representing a total of 327,200,000 people. That is one elected official per 611,588 people in America. The 327.2 million residents of the USA and even the people of other countries are watching and criticizing the executive office. Making one person accountable. The president has to walk on eggshells. Everything he/she does is scrutinized. But who is the watchdog for the legislative body? Who is held accountable? This is the problem with the senate and congress. People are told that they will be held accountable by the people. Yes, but only every election year (every 2 years for congress and every 6 years for the senate). While the executive office is accountable everyday.
    • The legislative body creates the laws of the country. The executive office executes or implements them. When a detrimental bill is introduced by the majority of the body, it is passed.
      • The U.S.A. needs this lobbying group. The USA needs this watchdog.
  • In Australia:
    • What is the government doing about the grave situation of immigration? What helping hand is the government giving the farmers?
  • In Mexico:
  • In South Africa:
  • In Nigeria:
  • In The Philippines:
    • The Philippines is managed by special interest groups. Almost anything that needs to be accomplished that needs government approval will somehow go through a process with the special interest groups who are in power.

Be a part of this group. Start by simply commenting on this post. Let the government know that we the citizens are in control.

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Prudence

Prudence: The skill, ability, or wisdom to avoid conflict and choose what is right and what is good or beneficial to humanity.

Be cordial. When you approach, communicate, talk to or listen to an individual you do not like, use good judgment and discipline yourself to use reason vs emotion. Do not be judgmental.

Be sensitive to the feelings of children.  Your tone of voice will make or break them. Be nice.

Your judgment may dictate that the individual you are conversing or dealing with is totally disagreeable, offensive, vile and revolting yet you need to rise above all that negative emotion and use reason to be gracious, hospitable, warm and friendly.

Diplomacy requires prudence. Be attentive and listen more to what others are saying or just simply talking about. Always speak the truth, but avoid excessive deliberations, otherwise folly will be your company. You can’t be diplomatic without being prudent. Being prudent however, does not imply that one has to be submissive to the bully or evil.


Never discourage anyone from doing anything that is not detrimental or harmful to anyone. Along the way while doing these activities although mundane and possibly unproductive to the observer, a person may learn something good.

“Everyday this woman throws her dirty water in the same place and makes a muddy area. While just a few feet away there are plants withering. Was she doing something bad? No!
A farmer came along and guided the woman into throwing her dirty water on the plants, thereby watering the plants. Now she benefits from the harvest.”

Guidance and not Criticism.

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