[gha] Re: The Freedom Budget of 1966 and its Implications

  • From: Leo Semashko <leo.semashko@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: MATJAŽ MULEJ <mulej@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2013 13:34:47 +0400

Dear Matjaz,

Many thanks for the introduction of a new coauthor for Global Peace Science 

Dear Robert,

We are happy to meet you and we welcome you among the GHA coauthors of its new 
book: GPS. 

Thank you very much for your interesting article about poverty in the context 
of justice, freedom and democracy. 

Context of the GHA new book, to which we invite you to make your contribution ? 
is GPS. Its key ideas, contents, rules and requirements are presented here: 

Could you modify your article for this context and in accordance with the Rules 
for articles in this book? For example, to change the title of your article as 
follows: "Ways to Overcome Poverty: Essential Condition of Economic Justice for 
Global Peace." Do you agree with it or you want to edit it? (You could suggest 
your any other adequate article for GPS). Among these ways you might consider 
the natural resource rent for each person of the Earth since birth, as it is 
established in Norway, Kuwait and some other countries. 

To better understand the GPS theoretical basis - the science of social harmony, 
which is presented in the ABC of Harmony 
(www.peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=478), we invite you to read this book 
and write a brief review up to the 1st page to publish it on our website ?Peace 
from Harmony?: www.peacefromharmony.org. This will allow you to better 
understand our scientific position and define your attitude towards it. 

Last, technical question: Could we include your E-mail to our mailing list 
(about 300 GHA members) through which we discuss all articles in GPS and other 
issues of GHA? Thank you. 

With love, best harmony wishes,


Dr Leo Semashko:
State  Councillor  of  St.  Petersburg,
Philosopher, Sociologist and Peacemaker from Harmony;
Director:  Tetrasociology Public Institute, Russia;
Founding President, Global Harmony Association (GHA) since 2005;
Director, GHA Website "Peace from Harmony": www.peacefromharmony.org
Global Peace Science from Harmony: www.peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=585 
In Russian: www.peacefromharmony.org/?cat=ru_c&key=606;
World Interfaith Harmony Project on the ABC of Harmony Base:
GHA Program Book, The ABC of Harmony for World Peace:
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----- Original Message -----
  From: MATJAŽ MULEJ, mulej@xxxxxxxxx
  To: leo.semashko@xxxxxxxxx
  Sent: 4 ??????? 2013 ?., 1:46:23
  Subject: [gha] Re: The Freedom Budget of 1966 and its Implications

Dear Leo and others,
attached please find the potential contribution to the book on peace. Prof. Dr. 
Robert Dyck is my good friend and frequent coauthor.

From: Bob Dyck [bobdyck@xxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2013 4:23 AM
To: MULEJ matjaz
Subject: The Freedom Budget of 1966 and its Implications

Dear Matjaz:

I have found my new book by Le Blanc and Yates about the Freedom Budget of 1966 
fascinating and have developed a paper based on it.  See the attachment: 

The 1966 budget was named the freedom budget because it gave people the freedom 
to live productive lives.  Although I did not say it explicitly in the paper, 
the budget could just as appropriately  be called a peace budget, because a 
current version of it would be consistent with  ending our endless wars, just 
as the original was linked with an end to the Vietnam War.  

I think the paper would be appropriate for inclusion in the peace book project 
you mentioned recently, but I seem to have misplaced your correspondence and do 
not now have access to any of the details you sent.

Pls take a look and let me know what you think.

Best, Bob  

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