Thursday, 30 October 2014

UBUNTU Cleans Up The Vandalised Community Centre

The Contributionsm model was put into action this week when we started the final push to clean up the badly vandalised town hall and recreational centre to launch our first community event in the next 2 weeks.


When I say "vandalised" I truly mean this. Everything has been broken, stolen or half removed so that it can no longer be used. This include the water pipes and electrical wiring. So one of the main challenges is to simply provide electricity to the stage, hall, kitchen and other parts of the entire complex, so that we can actually function. Doors and windows had to be replaced and security gates installed.
I was overwhelmed by the support from the youth in the township who came out in strong support to get the job done. Yesterday was a major step towards getting our hall ready for the people, when we cleaned out several truck loads of rubbish, dust and 50 years of abuse by two separate political regimes with no regard or respect for their people.

 This centre will act as the community kitchen to feed the orphans, the aged and homeless - and all others who simply cannot afford to buy food. Once they have done their duty in one of the community projects, they will get a ticket which will give them a plate of food and a movie in the hall. The community hall will be used for all kinds of community activities including literacy, music, theatre, movies, documentaries, arts and crafts and more. A community gym will allow people to stay fit.
We are making progress with the wiring for light and making the kitchen functional with running water. Chairs and table will be a major challenge for both the hall and community food kitchen and we will have to reach out to our global supporters to make contributions where they can. We will also need a projector, a sound system, a screen, and other pieces to make this truly functioning community centre.






Please spread this exciting news and help us with a small donation if you can. Remember that this is not a once-off event. Every project has it own set of costs to get off the ground until it becomes sustainable and starts to create abundance. So please become one of the regular contributors that allow us to make these things possible. Most of the funding has come from myself and the money we earn from the sales of the UBUNTU Contributionism book.
So go online and get a copy of the e-book, tell others to do the same and sign up for a small monthly donation to keep this moving ahead.You can do that here: http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/p/donate.html
In love, light and unity - Michael Tellinger



Monday, 27 October 2014

UBUNTU Community Projects kick off with the first UBUNTU Soccer Tournament in Waterval Boven!

Vusi Masina Football Stadium in Emgwenya / Waterval Boven

We are so proud to announce that this weekend the UBUNTU COMMUNITY PROJECTS in Emgwenya Township and Waterval Boven kicked off with the first UBUNTU Soccer Tournament yesterday, 26th October 2014!

The Dream Team wins with 5 - 1 victory against Mzimba Winners FC

Bheki All Stars
Despite the cool and overcast weather, the tournament was very well attended by many supporters from the Stone Circle Ubuntu Village and Emgwenya Township alike, and a great time was had by all!

Michael Tellinger and the UBUNTU Liberation Movement sponsored 4 local teams  - the Dream Team, the Real Madrid FC, the Bheki All Stars and the Mzimba Winners FC in 3 fierce matches resulting in the Dream Team walking away with the much sought after local title and prize money sponsored by UBUNTU.

The Dream Team
Mzimba Winners FC










Real Madrid FC

Sport in Waterval Boven had previously been discontinued due to poor facilities and players not being able to afford transport, gear or prize money for tournaments.  We worked with Mr Hendrick Sebopela, one of the coaches and UBUNTU Project coordinator Mike Zwane to organise the event as an anchor of the first UBUNTU Community Project as well as an introduction to the local community into the various Community Development activities which will be rolled out during November and December this year.

Future Little League
Deep gratitude for the contributions from our members and supporters around the world! Funds went toward the marking of the pitch, the hire of a PA system and commentators, has purchased balls and kit for all players, banners for the sports events and has been assigned toward the upgrade of the Vusi Masina Football Stadium in Emgwenya Township which includes the maintenance of the locker rooms and ablution facilities.

In the Spirit of Contributionism, the football players have eagerly agreed to contributing their time toward the maintenance and upgrade of the various sporting facilities in the town which include 2 football pitches, a cricket pitch, the local swimming pool and netball, tennis, volley ball and tennis courts, and so, finally, the seeds of the UBUNTU philosophy have been planted in our community!

Prize Giving with Michael Tellinger



The success of this weekends activities has resulted in the launch of the Waterval Boven / Emgwenya Soccer League of 8 teams which will now participate in games every weekend.  We plan to duplicate this model of a local soccer league in the other 3 towns under the Emakhazeni Local Municipality, which include Belfast, Machadodorp and Dullstroom.  

UBUNTU will organise the necessary fund raising activities to ensure the continued growth and support of sport and culture in our community. 

Coach & Organiser Hendrick Sebopela and Michael Tellinger

Thank you to every ONE that made this event possible!

We ARE, because of you!

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Michael Tellinger Part 1of 10 on UBUNTU Contributionism

This interview was recorded in early October 2014. Please view this video and help us implement these many community projects in Waterval Boven, South Africa - the home of UBUNTU by making a small monthly donation that will allow us to implement these critical projects without delay.
You can make a donation here: http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/p/donate.html


Uniting Our Communities From The Ground Up.

I would like to remind you about the promise we made to the people in the South African Elections on 7 May 2014 - Nothing has changed. We are building our UBUNTU Contributionism communities from the ground up - uniting the people and showing them the path to abundance and prosperity. Free electricity will form the foundation to unite the people and allow us to actualize all the community projects we propose. This will apply in every town and village around the world.

Launching The UBUNTU Contributionism Activities
This weekend 26th October 2014, we are sponsoring a major soccer tournament in Waterval Boven, where between 4-6 teams will actually be paid to play and not the other way around, and the winners will get a bonus. We will use this platform to share the various community projects with the people and launch the recycling of the rubbish dump plan, and introduce the people to the UBUNTU Community Soup Kitchen.
The money from recycling will go towards buying the food for the Community Soup Kitchen. Everyone who participates in the maintenance of our town, and improvement of the sporting facilities will be eligible to get a cup of soup and a bread roll every day.And so it will roll out to various community projects as we activate them.

Community Coordinators will be appointed for each one of the sporting activities, which include, soccer, netball, basketball, tennis, cricket, volleyball, rugby, and more.
I sent a letter outlining our community projects in great detail to the mayor on 2 October 2014 and so far we have not had the courtesy of a response. Full details are here: http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/2014/10/ubuntu-community-projects-letter-to.html

Our first contact with the mayor, in which we outlined the proposed community projects was on 14 January 2014 - we have not hear a word or had any contact from his office since. This is a clear indication that our leaders have no respect for the people and are simply adopting a mater-servant attitude. Our UBUNTU message is very clear - our governments and all their appointed leaders are SERVANTS of the PEOPLE. Start serving the people before the people remove you. 

In love and unity - Michael Tellinger

Saturday, 4 October 2014

WHO Stops Ebola Treatment in Africa

Stories like this one clearly demonstrate that our draconian governments and their subsidiary organisations will do anything to keep humanity sick and enslaved. Join the global UBUNTU movement today and become the seed of consciousness in your area. Only we, the people, can bring the relief we seek in the world - we are the 99,9% - we are the ones we have been waiting for. Our governments and leaders have become the slave masters and enemies of humanity. Inform yourself and find out how simply we can find prosperity and abundance. http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/p/join-us.html

NaturalNews reports - Efforts to bring natural Ebola treatments to suffering West Africans have been squelched by the World Health Organization (WHO), which recently blocked multiple shipments of nanosilver solution measuring at 10 parts per million (ppm) from entering the region, leaving thousands to suffer needlessly.

WHO officials also reportedly called off a trial at an Ebola isolation ward where local health authorities were set to begin administering the silver, which the U.S. government previously demonstrated is highly effective against Ebola. WHO ordered the trial not to proceed despite the fact that it had earlier voiced support for experimental treatments.

Both WHO and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have given their blessing to experimental therapies for Ebola, citing a lack of proven treatment options. But when it comes to using therapeutic silver, all bets are off, it seems.

Authorities block small shipment of nano-silver three times
According to the Natural Solutions Foundation (NSF), efforts to ship nanosilver into Sierra Leone have thus far failed. The organization has been trying to deliver a shipment of 200 bottles of nanosilver 10 ppm, and 100 tubes of nanosilver gel, to no avail. At this point, the shipment has been returned to the U.S. for the third time.

"That parcel, shipped Air Express at a cost of $3400 to Sierra Leone on August 20, never made it out of Paris," reads an NSF action alert. "Air France has yet to find a reason for that. But it made its way back to the US again, apparently for the 3rd time without being delivered to Africa."

Thursday, 2 October 2014

UBUNTU Community Projects - Letter To The Mayor - 2 October 2014

To the Honourable Mayor of Emakhazeni Local Municipality.
RE: DELIVERY OF ALTERNATIVE COST-EFFECTIVE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY

Dear MR MAYOR.
I am a scientist and researcher and the founder of the UBUNTU Planet NPC, that has initiated a number of UBUNTU Community Development Projects in Waterval Boven and other Emakhazeni towns.
Our projects are aimed at rapidly relieving the financial stress on our people, uniting our community, uplifting our towns and creating abundance and prosperity through these community participation projects. 
One of the critical areas is the introduction of an alternative source of Electricity to all four towns. Much cheaper and more reliable supply of electricity. I have immediate access to such technology through my international contacts and we are prepared to introduce it to our LM. This device will have profound impact on the development of our entire region. 
I hereby request an urgent meeting with the Mayor to have a serious discussion on the implementation of this project. Funding will not be an obstacle.
I attach a copy of our written proposal for discussion. A similar version of this was first submitted to your office in January 2014 with no response to date.
Please call me on my cell below or respond to this private email address.

love, light & unity
Michael Tellinger
Founder UBUNTU Planet (NPC)
UBUNTU Liberation Movement
UBUNTU Community Development Projects

Waterval Boven
UBUNTU Community Development Projects


CONVERTING OUR TOWN INTO A PLACE OF ABUNDANCE AND PROSPERITY FOR ALL OUR PEOPLE
Presented by: UBUNTU Planet (Non Profit Company) NPC
Date: 30 September 2014

Waterval Boven was once a thriving town that attracted thousands of tourists every week. This can be re-created very quickly by launching the community projects as outlined below. We, the people, need the full support and cooperation from our Mayor and the EMAKHAZENI Local Municipality.

Community Projects
By initiating a variety of community projects, we will stimulate the economy and create abundance on many levels for all our people in our town.
Our objectives are to utilise the existing infrastructure and municipal buildings that are abandoned or lying in ruin, and create a growing number of truly self-sustained projects that not only benefit the whole community, but also create abundance for the whole community on many levels like, food, water, healthcare, infrastructure, recreational, industrial and financial. These community projects will be highly integrated so that each one supports other projects and creates benefits on multiple levels – not just the obvious immediately visible outcomes. For example: The chicken farm feeds the fish farm; fish farm will water the vegetables; the vegetable left-overs feed the chickens – the arts support the tourism and tourism grows the arts … and so on.

Creating Abundance – Through Contributionism
Our philosophy is to create 3 times as much as we need in all areas of production. This will allow our community to export the extra two thirds, and create a good income for our community to continuously improve our town, our lives and introduce more and more community projects to benefit our people.
Electricity
Most of us can hardly afford the electricity bills any more. This has a devastating impact on the lives and productivity of our people. The UBUNTU Planet (NPC) has access to new alternative and much more cost-effective electricity supply. Providing an alternative source of electricity that is much more affordable to the people, is a critical step to secure the future success of these projects and will be the foundation that will make all these projects a reality. Electricity will be used as a tool to unite the people and to create abundance. We would like to initiate the seeds of this future vision as soon as possible without unnecessary delays. The people need new solutions and true hope. I trust that you find our short introductory proposal inspiring and that we can unite the community and create prosperity in this way. We first proposed these initiatives to the EMAKHAZENI LM in January 2014 with no response since then, and we trust that this will change.

COMMUNITY PROJECTS – TO CREATE ABUNDANCE FOR ALL
Each community project will be managed by a group of experts in that respective field
  1. Recycling of the rubbish dump – using the income for the community kitchen Community kitchen – to feed the orphans, the aged and the homeless
  2. Community food gardens and growing enough food for all our people all year round
  3. Re-activating the vandalised food growing garden and strawberry farm
  4. Mushroom cultivation – one of the big halls at the fish farm will be converted into growing mushrooms with relative ease – this will provide more mushrooms than our town can consume every day and we will generate great income for the community from the export of mushrooms
  5. Growing seedlings and nursery – with primary school children learning new skills – beautifying our town with these plants and trees – fruit trees and nut trees for growing food along the streets and in the parks
  6. Dairy – production of milk; cream; butter and cheese – get our cheese makers to help us export our cheese and butter
  7. Bakery – get a master chef to train our bakers to bake many kinds of breads for our people and distribute to Mpumalanga
  8. Learning Centre for adults and children – Providing alternative learning of skills for life including computer programming, welding, woodwork, sewing, etc
  9. Arts & Crafts Studio – pottery, weaving, fabrics, clothing, shoemaking and more 
  10. Music School – with a variety of instruments available for students
  11. Restoring the vandalised town hall for educational film screenings – Musical performances , talent contests, theatrical shows, literacy training and more
  12. Wood and timber factory – incorporating a training facility – creating building materials, furniture and more
  13. Metal factory - incorporating a training facility – creating building materials, furniture and more
  14. Manufacturing of various building materials including new alternative materials
  15. Community laboratory to create healthy cosmetics, shampoos, toothpaste in which we use the knowledge of local traditional healers
  16. Upgrading of our hospital – inviting volunteer doctors and nurses from around the world to come help out and share their knowledge and skills with our own healers and medical people
  17. Manufacturing of Oxygenated Water – to provide the hospital and distribute around South Africa to heal our people – oxygenated water has shown to cure many diseases
  18. Creation of public parks and recreational areas along the river - including the upgrading and activation of the trout dams – stimulating tourism
  19. Tourism – Upgrade existing tourism attractions like the tunnel and introduce several new and exciting tourism attractions to benefit our people. Involve the community in this process 
  20. Upgrading and maintaining all the sporting facilities – including the swimming pool – and a community fitness centre/gym. Creating a healthy environment of sport and recreation with regular competition between teams for public participation and enjoyment
  21. A local Radio Station at the community hall to inform and entertain our people
  22. Fish Farm – we have a world class, state of the art fish farm that was bought by the municipality. At the moment it is vandalised and needs major fixing up – but it can be put to production very quickly if it is treated as a community project. This fish farm can produce more than a million fish per month, create many jobs and feed our entire town – and export the fish to Mpumalanga. It has come to our attention that the fish farm has been sold or given to the NOKA developers and that they want to demolish the fish farm to build a shopping centre. This would be a great pity since this fish farm should serve the community. A shopping centre can be built anywhere without the destruction of a valuable asset of the people. We strongly oppose the destruction of the fish farm at all cost – and propose the building of a shopping mall in some other open space.

Brief Background on UBUNTU Planet (Non Profit Company)
UBUNTU Planet was founded by Michael Tellinger, who is an author, scientist and world acclaimed researcher.  Michael has been a resident of Waterval Boven since 2008, and has been promoting the UBUNTU philosophy around the world in over 200 countries, since 2005. The UBUNTU movement has thousands of members in South Africa and in over 200 countries around the world. Michael’s new book – UBUNTU Contributionism – A Blueprint For Human Prosperity has been released worldwide and translated into German, Croatian and French. More translations are due in Zulu, Afrikaans, Spanish, Russian, Bangladeshi, Hindi, Italian and Portuguese. This book is now serving as the founding document for communities around the world to save themselves from economic hardship and create abundance for their people.
Because of our work around the world since 2005, we have been able to connect with some of the world’s leading researchers and scientists in all fields of human activity. Many of these scientists are prepared to share their discoveries with us because of our years of commitment towards the UBUNTU philosophy. There are many people in the USA, Canada, Australia, England, Germany, Scandinavia, Bosnia and other countries, watching us in Waterval Boven for inspiration to see what we do, and how we turn our town into a united community of abundance – thousands are waiting to take their lead from us.
We have done much research into the ancient African history of the area and published several books on the subject of vanished civilisations. We have created a small museum with ancient tools and artefacts that point to an advanced civilisation that once lived right here. This has attracted world-wide attention and since 2008 we have brought at least 8000 tourists to this area, from South Africa and the rest of the world.
We see the growth of tourism to our town as a major boost for our people. We also expect daily tour busses traveling between Gauteng and the Kruger Park to stop at the UBUNTU Village in Waterval Boven to witness the ruins, the museum, the arts and crafts centre and witness the community projects as they evolve.
 
Volunteers
Our UBUNTU philosophy has spread around the world to like-minded people which has resulted in hundreds of highly qualified and skilled volunteers applying to join us in our efforts to start launching a number of community projects. Since the 18th Jan 2014, we started accepting these highly skilled volunteers from all over the world, at the Stone Circle UBUNTU Village, which is the home base in Waterval Boven, and we have already started to initiate some of these community projects. We expect an on-going revolving group of around 12 volunteers at the UBUNTU Village. This will grow as the projects grow and the participation of the community increases.

The volunteers are experts in various fields, ranging from medical doctors; construction engineers; chemical engineers; computer programmers; food scientists; horticulturalists; hydroponics experts; alternative energy scientists and inventors; builders; carpenters; teachers; alternative building materials developers; town planners; architects; recycling of waste; film makers; cheese makers; music teachers; potters; weavers; artists and many more.
They will be actively involved in facilitating on-going skills transfer workshops to the people of Waterval Boven – all free of charge as part of our UBUNTU philosophy. These skills will then be applied in the various community projects. The projects we have identified are diverse, so that we can involve as many diversely skilled people from the community.

Presented by
UBUNTU Planet - Non Profit Company
Represented by Michael Tellinger, Michael Zwane and others.
Contact: Email: michael@zuluplanet.com & louise@zuluplanet.com

Sincerely
Michael Tellinger

 


Monday, 29 September 2014

12-Year Old Canadian Explains Global Banking Fraud

12-Year old Canadian girl exposes the global banking fraud and crimes against the people of the world. Canadians should be proud. Join the UBUNTU movement in your area and become a seed of consciousness. UBUNTU Contributionism presents the people of the world with real solutions and a road to prosperity for all. Let us free ourselves from the economic slavery we are trapped in by the global banking elite. This not a planet of scarcity - but a planet of abundance that should be the land of milk and honey for all - a UTOPIAN planet where people lead UTOPIAN lives.
Join UBUNTU today. http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/p/join-us.html
In love, light & unity - Michael Tellinger



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHQOX8EVNmE

Monday, 22 September 2014

UBUNTU Book in Croatian Language - UBUNTU Parties Around The World

I am pleased to announce that the UBUNTU Contributionism book is now Available in the Croatian Language. This was actually the first translation of the book and I thank Darko Imenjak from Teledisk Publishing for taking this on and completing it so quickly. 
This book is truly close to my heart as I have just completed a short tour of the Balkans, where I visited Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia in September 2014, doing presentations in Sarajevo and Ljubljana, to a packed auditorium of 600 people. This language will also apply to all Bosnians and the rest of the people of the old Yugoslavia. Please share this - read it - internalise it, and spread the word. There are dedicated groups in these three countries who are planing to register UBUNTU Parties to participate in future elections as we did here in South Africa. The UK is already in the party registration process. 


Click the link for the Croatian website - http://www.teledisk.hr/book.php?id=204

UBUNTU Parties - Worldwide
I hereby call on all those UBUNTU members in all other countries who are prepared to take on this challenge, those that are prepared to register a party in your country, to please contact me urgently so that we can go through the finer details. This is not for the fainthearted - and I speak from experience in this regard because I have just done this in South Africa in the national elections on the 7th May 2014. 
BUT, it is absolutely critical that the global UBUNTU movement has a political front. Not because we are hell-bent on selling out and getting into politics, but rather as a form of legal protection for those in the UBUNTU movement. Because many of the statements we are making could be seen as so inflammatory and anti establishment, that they may be used against our UBUNTU members and could be seen as treason. But once you make these statement on a political platform it is your right, because it becomes the manifesto of the Party and the Party's promise to the people.
In this way we will inject a virus of consciousness right into the heart of the political beast as we did here in South Africa. So if you are ready to start the UBUNTU Party in your country, please email me at michaeljtellinger@gmail.com 
In love & unity - Michael.

To view the UBUNTU Contributionism presentation in Ljubljana, Croatia, CLICK the following link http://vimeo.com/106091204

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Book Excerpt: UBUNTU Contributionism - This is our planet

This is our planet, mother Earth, our home in the universe. The only reason we are alive and can exist on this beautiful planet is because she has somehow managed to dish up the perfect set of circumstances that has allowed us to exist here.
If you were lost in space and someone asked you –“where are you from..?” You would turn around and point at this spectacular planet and say, “I am from Earth... that planet over there.” You would most likely not say “I am from the USA; or Japan; or Australia...!”


From a distance Earth looks so beautiful and peaceful and wholesome and united and yet, as we get closer we begin to see the great divisions that have been forced on the beings that inhabit this planet. From the day we are born we are divided on so many different levels and in so many ways that we don’t even recognise our division any more.
We are divided by country, flag, province, religion, city, state, continent, what car we drive, what job we have, what school we go to, what sport we follow, brand of clothing, credit card, what beer we drink, what music we listen to, and how much money we have... the division is endless. Think about it – we live in ‘apart’-ments.
It is through this division that we allow ourselves to be manipulated and controlled beyond our wildest imagination. Without most of us realising it, the ‘divide & conquer’ principle has been successfully implemented on our planet and is being used very effectively to keep us under control and in a perpetual state of conflict.

Friday, 12 September 2014

Book Excerpt: UBUNTU Contributionism - Bright light at the end of a dark and gloomy tunnel

Every morning, billions of people get up to start their daily chores. A large percentage hate their jobs, they hate their boss, they have to travel to their lousy jobs for hours, on the buss, or train, or bicycle, or walk,in the rain, the snow , the heat, or sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic for hours.
Why do all these people repeat this insanity every day? To earn money – so that they can buy bread and milk and clothing; to pay electricity and send their children to school and somehow make it to the end of the month – and then start the madness all over again.
On a planet of seven billion people the majority of us live in poverty and in a state of quiet desperation, waiting for some kind of miracle to deliver us from the harsh economic times. Millions dream of fame and fortune, which can be seen in the endless number of reality television shows offering exactly that. People are searching for any kind of salvation often choosing the wrong kind that only leads to more misery.
We watch the news and see a world filled with injustice, crime and war and we desperately search for relief from our own personal suffering. Most of us realise that there is something dramatically wrong with this situation. It’s as if our society is terminally ill. But how can we cure this human disease if we do not know what the cause of our human disease is?
Until we know what lies behind the human struggle and suffering, we will never eliminate the cause, but blindly continue to treat the symptoms – over and over again. Our ignorance will remain our weakness while the simple solutions glaringly stare us in the face with the rising of every sun.
The so-called “American Dream” remains a dream because we are all asleep, cunningly deceived by those who run the world. The same dream is sold to us as lingering and perpetual “hope”, and millions of people around this planet “hope” on a daily basis that things will get better. But hoping and waiting will get us nowhere.
UBUNTU Contributionism presents us with the opportunity to embrace a new reality on our planet with unimaginable prosperity for all its inhabitants, in perfect harmony with all of nature and mother Earth. It is truly a bright light at the end of a dark and gloomy tunnel of quiet desperation and misery shared by most of the people on this beautiful planet.

Ubuntu Contribution System

  • Is a blueprint for a new social structure in which everyone is absolutely free and equal.

  • A society that functions without the concept of money, any form of barter or trade, or the attachment of value to material things.

  • A culture where each individual is encouraged to follow their passion and contribute their natural talents or acquired skills to the greater benefit of all the people in their community.

  • Where everyone can choose to live anywhere and nobody is forced to do anything against their will.

  • A society with a new set of laws based on the needs of the people where everything is provided to everyone, because they contribute their Labour of Love.

  • A world where there are no jobs, careers, corporations, unemployment, homelessness or hunger.

  • A society which promotes the highest levels of scientific and technological exploration because there are no financial restrictions.

  • A society in which arts and culture flourish allowing people to experience life to the fullest.

  • A society in which spiritual growth of its people, through the explosion of arts and culture, will allow the rapid rise of consciousness to fully embrace the concepts of unity.

  • A system that provides unimaginable abundance of all things on all levels, almost impossible to imagine by those trapped in the capitalist consumer-driven environment of today.