The largest volunteer social survey, conducted over the course of ten years, revealed a real demand for a new format of society. The answers from millions of people in 180 different countries confirmed that the highest priority in society should be the value of human life.
Every participant in the social survey was asked the same question: “What kind of a world would you like to live in?” Based on the responses, 8 Pillars were formed and became the basis for building a society of a new format called the Creative Society. In order to implement it, people from all over the world are currently uniting and taking action within the project by the same name.
Millions of people from different cultures, nationalities, religions, and beliefs, who want to change our world for the better and know how to do this lawfully and peacefully. Every day, the number of such people keeps growing.
People from all over the world, who organize themselves and act strictly within the legal framework, united by a common goal: to create decent conditions for a peaceful and prosperous life for all of humanity and future generations.
All actions and activities within the framework of the Creative Society project are carried out solely by the project participants themselves, on their initiative, by their choice and willingness, and at the expense of their own funds.
The Creative Society project does not have bank accounts, finance or property, does not accumulate funds, and does not make any profit.
The Creative Society is an entirely volunteer-based project operating within the legal framework. It represents solely the interests of people themselves rather than specific states, parties, or organizations.
Activities aimed at building the Creative Society are conducted in strict accordance with the current legislation and comply with the norms of international law, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.
It is important to note that the Creative Society project is not aimed at overthrowing, opposing, or interfering with the activities of existing authorities. It does not infringe upon any country's sovereignty, territorial integrity or constitutional structure, nor does it involve any other illegal actions.
Activities within the Creative Society project are aimed at changing the format of relations between all people, and are not tied to a particular country or countries. The activities are international, and are conducted to fully implement the rights and freedoms of every person across the world.
The Creative Society format is needed worldwide because it is the only model that:
Today, countries of the world are closely interconnected and interdependent. Therefore, attempting to establish a creative format of society in an individual country or even an alliance of several countries would not be viable.
Building the Creative Society is only possible when all of humanity participates worldwide simultaneously. Before an affirmative decision is adopted at a world referendum, individual countries can only declare their intention to transition to the Creative Society. If individual countries or a group of countries try to switch to the Creative Society on their own, their security as well as the well-being of their population may be compromised. They would become vulnerable and unprotected against countries that have not yet embraced the Creative Society.
Bophelo ba motho ke boleng bo phahameng ka ho fetisisa. Bophelo ba Motho ofe kapa ofe bo tlameha ho sireletsoa joalo ka ba bona. Sepheo sa sechaba ke ho netefatsa le ho netefatsa boleng ba bophelo ba Motho ka mong. Ha ho letho ebile ha ho mohla ho ka bang le ntho e 'ngoe ea bohlokoa ho feta bophelo ba Motho. Haeba Motho a le mong a le bohlokoa, joale Batho bohle ba bohlokoa!
Motho e mong le e mong o tsoetsoe a e-na le tokelo ea ho ba Motho. Batho bohle ba tsoetsoe ba lokolohile ba bile ba lekana. Motho e mong le e mong o na le tokelo ea ho khetha. Ho ka se be le motho leha e le letho Lefatšeng ka holimo ho Motho, tokoloho le litokelo tsa hae. Tšebetso ea litokelo le tokoloho ea motho ha ea tlameha ho hatakela litokelo le tokoloho tsa ba bang.
Ha ho motho ebile ha ho letho sechabeng se nang le tokelo ea ho theha litšokelo bophelong le tokoloho ea Motho!
Motho e mong le e mong o tiiselitsoe paballo ea litlhoko tsa mantlha tsa bophelo, ho kenyeletsoa lijo, bolulo, tlhokomelo ea meriana, thuto le tšireletso e felletseng sechabeng.
Mesebetsi ea mahlale, ea tlhahiso le ea thekenoloji ea sechaba e lokela ho rereloa feela ho ntlafatsa boleng ba bophelo ba motho.
Ho tiisitsoe botsitso ba moruo: ha ho hohloa ha moruo le mathata, litheko tse tsitsitseng le tse tšoanang lefatšeng, karolo e le 'ngoe ea lichelete, le lekhetho le tlase le sa fetoheng kapa ho se lekhetho.
Tšireletseho ea Motho le sechaba ho tsoa litšokelong tsa mofuta ofe kapa ofe e tiisoa ka tšebeletso e kopaneng ea lefatše e sebetsanang le maemo a tšohanyetso.
Motho e mong le e mong o na le tokelo ea ho fumana litaba tse tšepahalang mabapi le tsamaiso le kabo ea lichelete tsa sechaba. Motho e mong le e mong o na le monyetla oa leseli mabapi le boemo ba tšebetso ea liqeto tsa sechaba.
Mecha ea phatlalatso ke ea sechaba feela 'me e bonahatsa tlhahisoleseling ka 'nete, pepeneneng le ka botšepehi.
Maikutlo a lokela ho rereloa ho tsebahatsa litšoaneleho tse molemohali tsa motho le ho emisa ntho e 'ngoe le e 'ngoe e lebisitsoeng khahlanong le Motho. Ntho ea bohlokoa ka ho fetisisa ke ntho e tlang pele bophelong ba batho, litakatso tse phahameng tsa moea le tsa boitšoaro tsa Motho, botho, bokhabane, ho hlomphana le ho matlafatsa setsoalle.
Ho theha maemo a ntlafatso le thuto ea Motho ea nang le tlhaku e kholo "M", ho hlaolela litekanyetso tsa boitšoaro ho motho ka mong le sechabeng.
Thibelo ea liphatlalatso tsa pefo, ho nyatsa le ho nyatsa mofuta ofe kapa ofe oa karohano, mabifi, le lipontšo tse khahlanong le botho.
Motho e mong le e mong sechabeng sa Boqapi o na le tokelo ea ntšetsopele e felletseng le khotsofalo ea hae.
Thuto e lokela ho ba mahala le ho fumaneha ka ho lekana ho bohle. Ho theha maemo le ho atolosa menyetla ea hore Motho a sebelise bokhoni ba hae ba boqapi le litalenta.
Lisebelisoa tsohle tsa tlholeho ke tsa Batho 'me li ajoa ka toka hara batho bohle. Boipokello ba lisebelisoa le tšebeliso ea tsona e sa utloahaleng e thibetsoe. Lisebelisoa tsena li ajoa ka toka hara baahi ba Lefatše lohle.
Motho o na le mosebetsi o tiisitsoeng haeba a rata. Tefo bakeng sa boemo bo tšoanang, bo khethehileng, kapa mosebetsi o lokela ho tšoana lefatšeng ka bophara.
Motho e mong le e mong o na le tokelo ea thepa le mokholo oa bonnots'i, leha ho le joalo, ho ea ka meeli ea chelete ea motho ka mong e behiloeng ke sechaba.
Khopolo ea "matla" ho Sechaba sa Boqapi ha e eo, kaha boikarabello ke ba sechaba ka kakaretso, tsoelo-pele ea sona, maemo a bophelo le mokhoa o lumellanang, o itšetlehile ka Motho ka mong.
Motho e mong le e mong o na le tokelo ea ho ba le seabo tsamaisong ea merero ea Sechaba sa Boqapi le ho amoheloeng ha melao e ntlafatsang bophelo ba Motho.
Tharollo ea litaba tsa bohlokoa sechabeng, tsa bohlokoa sechabeng, le moruo tse amang boleng ba bophelo ba Motho li romelloa lipuisanong tsa sechaba le ho khetha (referendum).
which were implemented previously, and even to those which were developed theoretically, but not implemented? Because in all other models of social organization the power of a few over the majority of people was always preserved either in a hidden form or openly. Whereas in the Creative Society, no one will ever be able to usurp power or take it away from people because the function of power will be evenly distributed among all people via self-governance.
For more details on how self-governance will function in the Creative Society, watch the video that was presented at the International Forum “Global Crisis. There is a Way Out”:
A positive decision will imply:
adoption of the 8 Pillars of the Creative Society as fundamental provisions of the world Constitution;
approval of a single worldwide Electoral Platform as the highest governing body on Earth;
appointment of the date of the beginning of the transition period to the Creative Society.
Join millions of people around the world who already act and inform your community, acquaintances and strangers in a legitimate way about the Creative Society format. These actions are necessary to create a worldwide public demand for building the Creative Society. The faster the majority of people on the planet become aware that decent living conditions are possible for everyone, the sooner the world referendum will take place.
If at the world referendum the majority of people decide to change the format of society from consumerist to creative, in about 6 months the transition period to the Creative Society will begin, which, according to preliminary calculations, may take 5 to 6 years. Upon its completion, we will enter a new era of the Creative Society.
It is worth noting that many benefits and privileges will become available to people already from the first day of the transition period: everyone will get a safe, prosperous, and stable life in freedom.
Politicians, including members of political parties and leaders of countries, have significant opportunities to inform about the Creative Society due to their professional activities, positions, publicity and fame. The involvement of politicians in informing about the Creative Society will significantly accelerate the process of building the Creative Society.
Participants of the Creative Society project can use any lawful means to support those politicians who actively inform about the Creative Society.
It should be kept in mind that politicians who support the Creative Society and act as volunteers of the project, even if they have power, a support of the majority and a real capability to change the legislation, including the constitution of their country, are primarily obliged to defend the territorial integrity, sovereignty and interests of their country, the interests of its people, as well as of their party if they are elected as its representatives.
Moreover, politicians in their own country and in the international arena can use only lawful methods to inform about the Creative Society and contribute to its rapid construction. Based on the capabilities of their country, they can also incorporate certain pillars of the Creative Society into the national Constitution solely in a lawful way and with the support of people, but only if this does not harm people, their rights and freedoms; does not endanger or weaken the country economically, politically, socially, culturally or in any other way; does not destroy the state system or cause a loss of the country's sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity; does not make the country less competitive, and does not lead it to other negative consequences.
These admonitions are due to the fact that such a country would continue to interact with other countries that remain in the consumerist format which is based on dishonest, aggressive, and militant policies. Thus, before the creative format of society is adopted at the world referendum, this country would not be able to ensure implementation even of the main pillar of the Creative Society — the value of human life. When introducing any changes, politicians are obliged to primarily take care of the welfare of their country and its citizens.