Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sunday, August 31, 2014

7.365 pH

An Acidic body VS an Alkaline body and how to avoid ALL DISEASES.


-Fried Foods
-Sports Energy Drinks
-Processed Foods
-Meat (Some Fish)
-Prescription Drugs
-Artificial Sweeteners
-Food Additives

-To add alkalinity to the body, best thing to do is to consume GREEN DRINKS!

Welcome to Ubuntu Wisconsin!

As the Wisconsin State Ubuntu Coordinator, I have created the Wisconsin #Contributionism page to spread awareness to people in the Badger State! Check it out and spread the word! If it's not good for everyone, it's no good at all!


Saturday, August 30, 2014

10 facts about our society that we oddly accept as normal

1) We prioritize money and the economy over basics like air, water, food quality, our environment and our communities.
2) We utilize an economic trading system that facilitates the death of millions of people each year.
3) We divide the world's land into sections and then fight over who owns these sections.
4) We call some people "soldiers" which makes it OK for them to kill other people.
5) We torture and kill millions of animals everyday needlessly for food, clothing and experiments.
6) We send children to school for their entire childhood to memorize "facts" and skills that they will rarely use.
7) We impose financial pressures on parents, forcing them to miss out on vital stages of their child's development.
8) We have thousands of religions, each one believing that their God or god-story is the only true and unique version.
9) Love and compassion, which promotes life, are mocked as facile. Whereas war, which harms life, is seen as honorable.
10) Anyone with a really useful invention, can forcefully prevent others from using or modifying it.

Article here

Thursday, July 31, 2014

INTRODUCING your Wisconsin Ubuntu Movement State Coordinator.....

ME !!!
#Grateful #Enthusiastic #NewEra #LETSGO!!! #CONTRIBUTIONISM #UBUNTU 

RECRUITING NOW~! UBUNTU Liberation Movement Global is gearing up. We have over 400,000 supporters worldwide so far, with 1600 in the US. 

There is rapid expansion in Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand, and in many other countries. We in the USA have been patiently observing, and it is our time to get started!

To complete step 1, Ubuntu USA needs coordinators representing all states, and at least one IT specialist who can create the US portal on the Ubuntu website. We have studied the distribution of volunteers across our nation, and have included a list below.

Would you be willing to serve as a state coordinator or our US webmaster? Sid Freeman of South Africa will be touring the US beginning 8/2. He has requested a list in an effort to meet with as many of us as possible.

The duty of a coordinator is to serve as a point of contact for all the volunteers in your state or region. This includes contacting all of the members, and asking them to start community development in their town. It also includes assisting volunteers and/or directing them to our Ubuntu page for research, help, and sharing their progress with the greater Ubuntu community.

Once we have a list of coordinators, we will assist each other on the framework for Ubuntu community development. Sid already has tools such as community surveys and the first steps to be taken.

Please respond as soon as possible indicating which state/region you can coordinate or whether you can be our IT specialist.

Thank you very much for your help in Step 1!

charles alban

David Bryson New Jersey
Elizabeth Cook Southern New York
Charles Alban North Florida
Karen Viscuso South Dakota
Jared Wisconsin
Karyn Hart Iowa
Erica Kolesar North Carolina