A winter morning: A mobile generation with a universal health and welfare package, to help make everyone healthy and wealthy, could bring uniting the world in peace, closer (28.07.2019)
The global population is naturally becoming more multi-national, and so the traditional patterns of administrative governance, which have not always led to equitable outcomes, are becoming increasingly obsolete.
... a winter morning in melbourne... a man, his dog and their boogie board...
Australia may be a ‘wealthy’ country, according to some limited subjective statistics put about for public consumption rather than for dialogue with the public. The ‘numbers’ do not however, in many cases go on to explain why the country’s income from mineral ‘wealth’ for example, which saw a boom in 2010, is not then equitably shared across all Australians.
It is arguable that several generations of more mobile generations of people is leading real change, that along with a universal health and welfare package, could bring uniting the world in peace, closer. The ACC scheme in New Zealand, which while still evolving is unique in the world, is arguably a good starting point in considering types of health cover, because most people are not interested in lengthy legal battles.
The largest transition in migration patterns arising from choice, that is more likely to change administrative governance the most, will most probably occur with the greater use of affordable clean renewable energy being accessible to as many people as possible.
The world of politics might then produce politicians more akin to good salesmen, trying to sell the best possible lifestyle products.
The interlinked factors of increasingly mobile and multi-cultural generations, with more affordable clean renewable energy, and an increasingly universal health and welfare package means the best communities in the future will be those enjoying and sharing multiple cultures, while giving people real choices. The real choices will include living around the world, moving with for example seasons.
The reality the entire population of Europe which is situated in the Northern hemisphere could migrate between Europe and Australia which is similar in land size and type to the United States, raises related questions around if such migration would ameliorate any type of climate changes. The fact most of our food is produced or distributed by a few multi-national corporations, with the ownership of Vitasoy for example, split between the Hong King based Vitasoy International and the Antipodean Lion is a more important consideration, beyond the advertising. Vitasoy includes some calcium enhancing Lanolin supplements in some soya beverages continues to raise interesting questions in the vegan, dairy versus soy debate.
... the hemp industry in australia...
Now there are around 2 million Australians who are vegan, making that a growing financial sector, there are all sorts of accompanying public debates, surrounding the legalization of hemp and medicinal marijuana too.