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Globcal International

Manifesting a Universal Nation-State through Global Citizenship

Global and Local Goodwill Ambassadors and Embassies Representing a Decentralized Global Society of Non-State Digital Global Citizens, Natural Persons, Volunteers and International Travelers at Liberty

Notwithstanding our legal status as citizens of our own nations or countries each living person on the planet has certain inalienable rights that are granted by the highest natural authority also known as the Grace of God or our life force. Additionally as many people know each person on the planet possesses human rights which are protected under the laws of the United Nations and other international authorities that are responsible for protecting and administering these rights. Obtaining these rights are often difficult under the statutory and administrative legal systems of your own state as a subject of it or by virtue of your obligations as a legal citizen subject.

It is a well-known fact that perpetual travelers, work exchange volunteers, international cooperation staff, corporate executives, NGO employees and dual passport holders have more rights as human individuals while abroad than they do within their own nations; that is unless they are dependents of their own nations.

Many people fail to understand that they belong to their nation-states as classified human resources that are registered as national assets at birth and liquidated upon death, during the course of our lives we are capitalized upon based on our ability to pay into the legal system as consumers, employees, taxpayers and subjects. Every human being on the planet is a human capital asset to their country, the difference today is that globally speaking no matter where we live on the planet we need to be a global assets in order to understand and work within the international and global arena.

Cooperative Sovereign Individualism

Individualism in itself can only apply to a human being that is in their natural state without dependencies or external obligations. Sovereignty is only possible when the individual obtains dominion over a realm

We began as a global and local partnership development association organized by individuals professionally recognized in their fields of excellence as goodwill ambassadors. Now today we are on the leading edge of promoting a new tax-exempt duty-free trading platform online in direct collaboration with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that benefits indigenous peoples and those living in rural areas of special interest to biodiversity, water resources, and ecosystem services. The program creates a higher level of economic ability in rural communities to meet sustainability objectives while protecting and enhancing delicate mainstay ecosystems to foster a better future for everyone. The development targets 9 of the 17 global goals.

Introduction to Globcal International

Globcal International got its almost accidental start as the result of the formation of a Model United Nations initiative developed to operate online and the creation of a social networking best practices policy group while presenting our ideals for e-government and diplomacy promoting globalization at the Summit of the Americas in 2009. Since then we (all of our members) have been mostly active in network development and progressive research while working as goodwill ambassadors promoting ideals and causes from over 32 countries. Since we began we registered our organization once as an unincorporated civil association, then later as a limited liability corporation in Washington, DC, and then finally had our company administratively dissolved in 2012 to take steps to reform as an international non-governmental organization.

In 2013 we began our reformation by identifying a new founding committee to charter our reformation in such a manner to become non-state actors that are not bound by nation-state jurisdiction like a ship at sea. The subsequent three years of our formation process were dedicated to identifying international laws and regulations to more clearly define our organization and its power as a vessel to help others.

Now finally in 2017 we are manifesting our efforts as a recognized international civil society organization (iCSO) with the United Nations to demonstrate and our programs, partnerships, projects, and our goodwill efforts through up to 1000 ambassadors and advocates of causes and organizations around the world. Our fellowship is developed to function through individuals acting in their capacity as national citizens, travelers or tourists promoting goodwill and the ideals of global citizenship through our union.

As a truly international non-governmental organization (iNGO) we are also inadvertently a benign non-state actor (NSA); much like a religious institution, political organization, intergovernmental authority or a nation we engage ourselves in the making of lateral and bilateral treaties, initiate direct private negotiations, deliver letters patent, provision presents, and offering goodwill support programs to international organizations and independent sustainable human settlements under the understood authority of the state. During the course of 2017 our fellowship and commissioners will be taking further steps to develop international foundations, commission our charters, and gain international authority as a notable actor in the international theater through model sustainability development programs working with indigenous peoples and rural residents of the planet's last natural areas.

To learn more about our history, work and formation since we began please consult Wikipedia, Facebook, Google Maps, Google Business, LinkedIn, XING AG, and other Internet based reference information using the Google or Bing search engines. You can also engage with us or follow our news feeds using the social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and many others.

Manifesting our Idealist Society

Our formation was a spontaneous one based on finding a great number of people interested in learning and discovering the world of borderless Internet communications technology that coincidentally brought together with the motivation to join together to transcend borders and associate with one another based on their similar interests. Today we basically live in a digital cloud, a block-chain based nation, a live network of connected experts, decentralized autonomous organization, existing within the hands of a cooperative fellowship across 32 countries (growing). Because our members are scattered living in a great number of nations some of which are discriminated upon we decided to alienate ourselves from religious, political and governmental institutions that possess discriminatory policy by nature or in law.

To form our society outside the jurisdiction of the nation-state we decided to form as a membership cooperative that is based in an offshore international foundation under American domiciled sponsorship. To legalize our development we opted to develop a register for the building of a citizenship of self-determined. liberal and unfettered freemen. Our social development involves the cooperative ownership of properties, real estate and embassies involving 1000 natural persons equally invested in stakeholder participatory assets in other countries. Each person who becomes a member gains legal jurisdiction over our collective treaty based and wholly owned assets.

Indigenous People First

To bring home the ideal of creating a sovereign nation that is autonomous and based in reality we have to consider first the indigenous people of the world who are by divine right sovereign, possess all their human rights, are self-governed and still possess a legal right to be self-determined.

International Volunteer Work

Volunteerism is one of the best ways to see the world and gain essential work experience that can lead to an amazing career. Our objective in working with volunteers is to empower them as special visitors while abroad and provide them with guidance and assistance to help carry on international missions around the world with our international ambassadors and program developers.

Globcal International works with several different volunteer and work exchange platforms to offer different programs around the world developed especially for groups through our international diplomatic team. Through our well-connected ambassadors we can create and develop dream opportunities and taylormade adventures for volunteer groups that have the resources and time.

International volunteers will be expected to be high school graduates and have a valid passport. They need to complete a rigid application process, register for non-state global citizenship, and pay an administrative fee of $100 US dollars to our offshore foundation development. Then it will be our job to match them with an opportunity that is appropriate. All projects must be created and authorized as compatible with the accomplishment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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Globcal International Founders and Members
Founding and Charter Members: Col. David J. Wright, Karen Cantrell, Luis Cruz Diaz, Djordje Marinkovic, Michael Lawrence Sher, Maria Veneke-Ylikomi, Nicholas A. Wright, Sonia B. Ceballos, Benjamin Musunza, Frank Ludwig, Meena Persad, Vålen Gånev, James Pennington, Javier Jesus Vazquez, Deborah Levine, and Ike M. I. Khamisani.

Cooperative Members: Dmitri Demidenko, Antonino Francesco Landi, Dr. Abeer Bilbeisi, Milorad Stancevic, Nikija Malialin, Maya-Lís Wright, Sahro Guntato Koshin, Julio Cesar Gonzalez, Ram B Khatri Kshatri, and Col. David Younce.

Associates, Legacy Members and Volunteers: Angela Benavides Garza, Ibrahim S. Ahmed, Israel Xchel Luna, Daniel Dank, Boban Jovanovic, James D. Garcia, Rene Wydler, Dragan Milenkovic, José Emmanuel Ledezma, Mauricio Martinez, Ricki Landers, Zoran Aleksic, John D'Amanda, Alan Wilson, Arol J. Wright, William Trabacilo, Ricardo Meneses Pilonieta, Somchai Hermann Quint, Irmgard Megens, Lakshmi Krishnakumar, Folu Elegbede, Weber Alexandre, Astrid Franchiska, Francois Franc Verlynde, Emanuel Seretan, Alma Polic, Willis Namara Kabuye, Wakeen Edmonds, Bappusaheb Bhosale, Andrew Williams Jr., and Shamsul Momen Palash.

In Memoriam: Ambassador Dr. Peter James (1957-2012) and Ambassador Dr. Babatunde Bello (1957-2015).