What type of world do we want to live in? What type of life do we want for our children? Our children’s children? What do we have a right to expect from our country/our government that is established to represent us and help ensure our Quality of Life?
These are the fundamental questions that One United America is going to answer and then seek to obtain for the people of the United States.
The objectives of the One United America movement is unifying the moderate middle population base while bringing in more people from the left and right to support the overall platform of the movement. Candidates on both sides of the aisle will then have to move to the middle in order to gain support with the hope of being elected.
If there is any lesson that we needed to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is surely that the fractional approach governments, the medical community, non-profits, and businesses have been using to solve domestic and global issues – doesn’t work. It kills people.
We want, and indeed deserve more, health and economic stability from the institutions that we ourselves fund. Whenever possible the quality of our lives should not be determined by random acts of chance, whether they’re spawned from illness, work, climate change, pollution, pandemics, war or terrorism.
It’s time that we unite and develop a system that is equitable for everyone and provides the fundamental stability we need throughout our lives to have the opportunity for Quality of Life. That’s all we ask.
When the platform is completed, United America will address 16 People Development Goals (PDGs) and provide solutions to the issues we face in the following areas: Healthcare, National Security, Economy, Immigration, Income Inequality/Taxation, Environment, Education, Infrastructure, Retirement, Gender Rights, Politics/Government, Foreign Affairs, Taxation, Federal Deficit, War and Terrorism.
The important thing to understand is that we must work for the betterment of a One United America that includes everyone, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, education or income. In order to achieve this, we drop the “Us vs. Them” mentality that divides us; we must support a platform that operates in the best interests of all of us as a family, regardless of whether we agree with it in its entirety.
As a country, as a collective population, we can no longer afford to have the luxury of employing an “all or nothing” approach. We much come together as one and work for the health and economic well-being of all Americans under the umbrella of a One United America.
It’s time to take meaningful action on the words: We’re all in this together. For only acting together will we have a One United America.
For more information and to volunteer, use the following link: http://oneplanet-onepeople.com/contact/
Lyle Benjamin is an author/educator/social entrepreneur, and the Founder of the non-profit organization Planned Acts of Kindness and the One Planet One People Movement. Planned Acts’ programs of clubs, books, workshops, courses, events, games, apps, and activities are aligned with the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).