Monday, 12 October 2015

H2Opec The New Voice of the solarpowered drinking water revolution

The Waterstillar WaterDollar. Stop Press . PRESS RELEASE.

The new California Gold Rush. 

Water the new Oil? Stop!

'H2Opec' is the new voice of the Solar powered drinking revolution.
Origin(from Wikipedia)



In an effort to prop up the value of the dollar, Waterstillar has negotiated a deal with California so that in exchange for Pure distilled Drinking Water . California will denominate all future water purchases in Waterstillar Water dollars. Subsequently, the other US states and other World leaders are expected to agree to similar deals thus ensuring a global demand for Waterstillar Water dollars and allowing the Danish parent company Aquadania to export Waterstillar works production globally. Since these Waterstillar waterdollars do not circulate within the FIAT money Paradigm and thus are not part of the normal money supply, economists feel that another term is necessary to describe the Water stillar WaterDollars received by bottled water importing countries, (H2OPEC) in exchange for clean drinking water on tap, so the term Waterstillar Water dollars was coined by Roger Lewis Waterstillars director of Global Sales and Marketing

http://www.gizmag.com/waterstillar-works-solar-powered-clean-drinking-water/39689/

Because the United States was the largest producer and consumer of bottled drinking water in the world, the world water market had been priced in Waterstillar Water Dollars since the end of October 2015. International bottled water prices were based on discounts or premiums relative to that for Water sold in 5 gallon bottles by Walmart Sacramento California.[1] But, although bottled water sales prior to october 2015 were denominated in U.S. dollars, nothing precluded settlement in the new Waterstillar water dollar currency.

Waterstillar Waterdollars are presently priced in California at 12 cents a litre half the previous prevailing Wallmart spot rate of 23 cents a litre.(1)

In October 2015, (H2OPEC) declared an water embargo in response to the United States' and Western Europe's support of the production and export of branded bottled water worldwide the reasons for this ethical stance was well explained in the excellent film available on line , The story of Bottled water.



Welcome to the Solar powered drinking water revolution.

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(1) http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2015/05/08/wal-mart-bottled-water-comes-from-sacramento-municipal-supply/

Monday, 28 September 2015





 

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Thursday, 24 September 2015

Solar Powered Drinking Water; Pure Fresh Drinking Water from any Source, even polluted! anywhere in the world! Emission Free!!!


Please take a moment to consider our fully serviced solar powered Drinking Water.We offer a metered supply invoiced on line quarterly there are no capital costs to the customer up front for the Water production unit,there is a Quaterly on line invoicing system and the price is cheaper both environmentally and in monetary cost terms as well,
Our water dispensers dispense pure chilled drinking water that is purified by the sun on site.

  •   WaterStillar © We take any water source (sea water, brackish , brown water) & with our Multi effect evaporation/condensation process deliver pure Drinking water
  • WaterStillar © Without the downsides associated with bottled water production and       distribution or Reverse Osmosis filtering systems.
  •    WaterStillar ©100% Solar Powered Drinking water.100%  emission free and 0% chemicals
  •     WaterStillar © no up front Capital cost, we are a utility supply company. Cheaper than contract serviced bottled water supply and Greener than filtered.
  •    WaterStillar © 100% fully serviced and maintained no hassle service

We have 80 WaterStillar © Works systems awaiting dispatch from our Copenhagen and Mexico City  Warehouses for immediate dispatch to our commercial partners, that will produce 60,000 liters of fresh clean solar powered water a day. If you know of anyone who would like to know more or would like to  join our Sustainable solar powered drinking water revolution either commercially or from the NGO sector  Please e mail me and I will make sure they receive a phone call and the information they need.
Yours Sustain-ably
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Sunday, 30 August 2015




SuperCompetent Democracies, Dissolving Neoliberalism, Elitism and Managerialism. 

The New Book By Roy Madron

Video series trailer.

Without an ensemble of those very different Super-Competencies, the re-invention of democracy will fail because, “A revolution that is not more technically proficient and more effective  than the regime it supplants is lost.”2 If however, democracy can be successfully re-invented, in a few decades we will see the emergence of a global network of complex, adaptive socio-technical-ecological systems that are,

  • Enduring in purposes and principles
  • Powered from the periphery, unified from the core
  • Equitable in the distribution of power, rights, responsibilities, and rewards
  • Linked by fluid webs of cooperation and competition
  • Compatible with the human spirit and the biosphere
The book will propose how Super-competent Democracies could be achieved. It comprises:
Introduction: MEET THE COMBATANTS
Part 1: LEARNING FROM THE NEO-LIBERAL THOUGHT-COLLECTIVE
Part 2: THE DROPPING OF THE PENNIES
Part 3: CHALLENGING THE DOMINANT PARADIGM.
Part 4:  THE SUPER-COMPETENCIES PARADIGM
Part 5:  THE SUPER-COMPETENCIES COMMUNITY



Saturday, 29 August 2015

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Super-Competent Democracies:
Readers Video Series

Dissolving Neoliberalism, Managerialism and Elitism

Interviews with the Author Roy Madron.

This book proposes that our societies will have to become 'Super-Competent Democracies' in order to learn how to manage the immensely complex challenges and threats that we are facing.

The purpose of the book is to explain why and howSuper-Competent Democracies have to emerge so that our societies can become increasingly just and increasingly sustainable.

The world we live in and depend upon is immensely complex and so are the problems, the threats and the challenges that we face. Because they are complex, they cannot be solved with the lavish application of technological ingenuity and human resources as we can with 'simple' problems such as building a bridge or 'complicated' problems such as putting a man on the moon.

As David Snowden and Mary E.Boon said in A leader's framework for decision making, (Harvard Business Review: November 2000)

    • Complex problems involve large numbers of interacting elements
    • The interactions are nonlinear, and minor changes can produce disproportionately major consequences.
    • The system is dynamic, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and solutions cant be imposed; rather, they arise from the circumstances.
They emphasise that tackling complex problems requires "A deep understanding of context, the ability to embrace complexity and paradox, and a willingness to flexibly change leadership style." Indeed by treating complex problems as if they were simple or complicated leads to the emergence of disastrously chaotic outcomes, of which there are multitudes of florid examples at every level from the local to the global. By contrast, by applying ensembles of 'Super-Competencies' complex problems can be dissolved, as the great management cybernetician Stafford Beer says in 'Decision and Control'. (1966)

All of the 'Super-Competencies' we can use to dissolve the complex ecological, economic, social and political challenges and threats we are facing have been tried and tested and rigorously evaluated over the past fifty years or so.

However, while learning how to dissolve those problems, we will also have to dissolve three great ideological obstacles to their implementation: Neoliberalism, Managerialism and Elitism. The anti-human, anti-nature and anti-democratic systems that have been created by these three ideologies are herding the whole of the human family, and much of the natural world to the brink of chaos and extinction.

Why and how these ideologies combine to present a lethal danger to the future of the human family and the natural systems on which we depend is detailed in the first half of the book.

Roy Madron


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Fantastic Book, Interview with the Author here about the book on Resonance 104.4 FM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3njSw... also new interview about Roy Madrons New Book Here.

Super-Competent Democracies:
Dissolving Neoliberalism, Managerialism and Elitism

This book proposes that our societies will have to become 'Super-Competent Democracies' in order to learn how to manage the immensely complex challenges and threats that we are facing.

The purpose of the book is to explain why and howSuper-Competent Democracies have to emerge so that our societies can become increasingly just and increasingly sustainable.

The world we live in and depend upon is immensely complex and so are the problems, the threats and the challenges that we face. Because they are complex, they cannot be solved with the lavish application of technological ingenuity and human resources as we can with 'simple' problems such as building a bridge or 'complicated' problems such as putting a man on the moon.

As David Snowden and Mary E.Boon said in A leader's framework for decision making, (Harvard Business Review: November 2000)

Complex problems involve large numbers of interacting elements
The interactions are nonlinear, and minor changes can produce disproportionately major consequences.
The system is dynamic, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and solutions can’t be imposed; rather, they arise from the circumstances.
They emphasise that tackling complex problems requires "A deep understanding of context, the ability to embrace complexity and paradox, and a willingness to flexibly change leadership style." Indeed by treating complex problems as if they were simple or complicated leads to the emergence of disastrously chaotic outcomes, of which there are multitudes of florid examples at every level from the local to the global. By contrast, by applying ensembles of 'Super-Competencies' complex problems can be dissolved, as the great management cybernetician Stafford Beer says in 'Decision and Control'. (1966)

All of the 'Super-Competencies' we can use to dissolve the complex ecological, economic, social and political challenges and threats we are facing have been tried and tested and rigorously evaluated over the past fifty years or so.

However, while learning how to dissolve those problems, we will also have to dissolve three great ideological obstacles to their implementation: Neoliberalism, Managerialism and Elitism. The anti-human, anti-nature and anti-democratic systems that have been created by these three ideologies are herding the whole of the human family, and much of the natural world to the brink of chaos and extinction.

Why and how these ideologies combine to present a lethal danger to the future of the human family and the natural systems on which we depend is detailed in the first half of the book.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRleJ...


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Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Democratic dialogues: how to communicate with the people of Nuneaton | openDemocracy

Democratic dialogues: how to communicate with the people of Nuneaton | openDemocracy





  • This
    is a serious question: I need to know what Jeremy Corbyn proposes for
    the countryside should he become leader of the Labour Party. I suspect
    that his knowledge of life outside Camden and Islington may be
    negligible.

    We have to remember the countryside campaign of the
    Labour Party when Blair's version were triumphant: and we must try to
    forget about those toe-curling events like the Cool Britannia parties at
    No. 10: and for younger readers, this is not a joke or a prod.


    What is much more sad and deflating is that the Labour Chief Whip was
    one Denis Carter, aka Lord Carter, perhaps one of the most decent men of
    all time in politics. All Wiltshire people who are aware will remember
    DC as an agricultural consultant who founded AKC Consultants in Devizes:
    his knowledge of rural life was second to none.

    The most painful
    episode I have ever witnessed in political life was of Dennis leading a
    meeting at the Pembroke Arms in Wilton on the subject of "What Labour
    will do for the countryside." Poor Dennis: he was embarrassed from the
    outset and the evening did nothing to alleviate his discomfort. Even at
    that early stage, it was pretty evident that Blair considered the
    countryside as a dreadful inconvenience that should be done away with
    or, at best, fenced off and ignored.

    Dennis' talk went like this:
    "We will build 67,000,000 houses and that's the way to employ country
    people. All the locals will build houses and get paid. They will then
    live in these houses and be very happy, and should there be, er, no
    work, we will build .... more houses."

    Dennis Carter was a
    supremely good man and had a comprehensive knowledge of farming and
    country matters. He did not "play" a Fender guitar. All Labour
    supporters will remember him, even though he was not a millionaire.

    Corbyn's policy? "We will build 67,000,000 houses and...." (Contd p.94).

    Sigh.
  • Mike Noakes 'Why ever do you need the countryside when you have Tuscany?' - Blair, Toynbee and all the rest.
    Like · Reply · 1 · 4 hrs
  • Simon Probyn I think he grew up in Tangley near andover!
    Like · Reply · 1 · 4 hrs
  • Rog Rog Rog Tom
    one thing I have been dwelling on for several years now is that
    Westminster politics and indeed what I see of World politics is
    predicated on Urbanisation and Urban populations. Capitalism is an Urban
    phenomenon if you think about it and migration
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  • Mike Noakes Localism
    is fine but aggregation does yield the odd benefit. Like roads between
    places, power for more than a couple of hamlets and labour and resource
    mobility.
    Like · Reply · 1 · 3 hrs
  • Tom Thatcher Blair
    on the crisis in dairy farming: " I could import all the milk we need
    tomorrow." Sums up the above discussions. Farmers were not a part of the
    UK constituency. My daughter met a very nice lass in Holborn last week
    who said, "What's the country l
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  • Simon Probyn Maybe his parents moved to Tangley where I met him!
  • Tom Thatcher I remember the Colvins of Tangley: they were AMC customers when I was working there. Michael Colvin was a MP!
  • Mike Noakes I
    remember visiting Michael and the Hon. Nicola Colvin né Cayzer, of the
    shipping line, with the much missed David Hudson. Nicola was horrified
    that Michael had brought us into the kitchen, when obviously we should
    have been seen in the drawing room, as the kitchen was only fit for the
    NFU Mutual man, also due at the same time.
  • Rog Rog Rog Blair
    followed thatchers lead in the destruction of cabinet government with
    regal first and then presidential dominance aping corporate models of
    concentrated power imported into the executive branch of government.
    Cabinet Government is very important
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  • Mike Noakes Cutting to the chase, who does one devolve to in order to empower 'the countryside'?
  • Rog Rog Rog Local Authorities in the first place down to the Parish Council level ultimately Mike. The existing arrangements are bereft of political and fiscal power these days , sadly the assumed prudence of centralised fiscal governenece and removal of discretio...See More



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