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Reality Is Falling Apart: A Little Matter of Mission Café in Bromley South





























|| December 20: 2018 || ά. When there’s a deluge and everything being washed away by the merciless power of nature and you stand by a flowing body of water, mightily, surging forward, taking everything with it and you come to watch a miracle of: many-being-one-in-one-as-one. We are speaking of an ant-ball, made of, probably, millions of live ants, rolling along the gushing body of water and you observe that this body of living ants, in which each single ant is seeking with the hardest of might to keep on hanging onto the rest and every single ant is doing the same and their ant-ball keeps on rotating so that, after a very brief interval, the under-side turns up and the upside turns down so that all ants come in touch with air and space after that tiny space of time and all keep on existing and, wherever, they end up, chances are, somehow, they will reach some ‘shore’. This is the natural expression found in nature, what we are calling many-being-one-in-one-as-one-for-one.

At that calamitous natural event, in which these ants found themselves caught in, they had no one else to help because there were no other ants but only the entire lot of ants. No one else was going to come to rescue them or assist them or help them. It is only they, who needed to find a way to keep on existing and they realised that: unless we become one and pull together all our nano-might we are doomed to extinction. So, they go ahead and do just that. And because they pull together their nano-might becomes large enough to offer them a boat and it keeps them all alive and well and take them to safety. Humanity is such a body: singly, alone and disjointed, all we have is this nano-might, which goes so far: how far: nano-distance! But like these ants in the ant-ball gather them together in one unity and in one purpose and one goal and you have Chicago: May Day! May Day! The workers have risen to claim: 08:08:08: We are going to work eight hours and recuperate in another eight and live and exist in the other eight hours! You gather them like the ant-ball into human-ball and you have French Revolution, you have October Revolution and you have the Long March and you have a different South Africa, not in Apartheid any longer.

In this, we are no mob: but at the height of our rationality: that we see the architecture of reason and rationality and we choose to pursue it and we invest all, that we have and all, that we are, into that purpose and we rise beyond the mundane human existence and reach a height of human existence, that is the pinnacle of all other forms of existence: we exist for a purpose, for a meaning, for a reality to achieve something: what people say, we want something to show for it: well, the French could show the Republic they built. The peoples of the former Union of Soviet Socialists Republics can show the history of what they were able to do and how, even, when, it disappeared, left an indelible legacy of bettering the human condition, the Chinese could show the mighty progress they have made since their long march, the people of the United Kingdom can show the architecture of governance they have developed over centuries. Now, all this later, we come back to this falling apart of the reality: it is falling apart because dehumanisation, machinations and mechanisations have increased their assault on reality and humanity and with the relentless, ceaseless and merciless manners inflicted by the distorteddia and these are strengthening and gathering momentum so that we are becoming more and more disempowered, disconnected and disjointed and facing the reality of being washed away. This Mission Café is based in Bromley South Shopping Mall. There are, surely, tens of thousands of human beings working in that complex and all the office blocks around the Mall. And hundreds of thousands of human beings from communities from across Bromley and many other parts of London and wider landscapes come to shopping and for other business activities every day and every week and every month. And we are speaking of just one Café! Were we to get connected in such a manner as the ant-ball, as a human-ball and say: no, we are not going to get dictated by the mechanical merciless forces and let them destroy our reality, nothing can destroy our reality, than.

If, each and every single human being takes this view from around the Mall and, whoever, is reading this, makes sure that they tell others and others tell others and everyone goes to this Café, which is shut now: each person leaves a handwritten note, a message of support and leave a ‘gift’ in an envelope through the letter box: a penny, a pound, a pen, a cup, anything, that one can gift away, within a week this shop will be flooded with support and will have the means to open again. For one person the mechanical forces are too large, too powerful, too methodical and too resourceful: but together as a human-ball we are the mighty humanity, an infinite power, concentrated. The Humanion and Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd invite you all humanity in Bromley South Shopping Mall and all other human enclaves around the Mall to pay a visit to this, now, closed Mission Café, next to Argos on the ground floor.

Leave a message of support, leave a gift and keep going to everyone and tell them to do something. Tell the humanity at Mission Café that we are going to be a human-ball and we shall not drown and shall not let our reality falling apart and along with it tears us apart. Give us something to report in the New Year that shows the miracle of we, humanity, becoming many-being-one-in-one-as-one-for-one. And, with this, let us begin the fight back. That nothing could stop and close down in Bromley South. Nothing could close, no reality should be let to disappear. Write to your local representative, councillors, MPs, MEPs, community leaders and raise these issues at any public forums you are part of, raise these issues and invite them to do whatever they can to change direction and empower humanity.

Because, believe with The Humanion and Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd that, we, humanity, are an infinity unfolding itself. Let us unfold this infinity of our humanity and let us get Mission Café back up and running and make sure you visit your local base and speak to people, talk to them, listen to them, hear them speak, observe, notice, register, respond, form and bond and shake their hands, learn their name, learn about who and what they are, hold their hands, make eye contact, practice warmth and civility and open-heartedness and call people on the phone, if, you have not seen someone for a long time, call them or write to them an old-fashioned letter. If, you have not been round a community base for a while, make sure you find time and pay them a visit. Go shopping in real life and, even, if, you pay a little more, you support your reality. If, a shop in reality behaves and treats you with dehumanised mechanised way, complain, speak to their manager and tell them the fight back begins with rehumanising the reality so that we treat all humans with humanity and warmth and openness.

Tell them that they are losing with their so-called online competitors because they have, the largest stores, done away with humanity to make more profit, so that stores are left, as, if, they are warehouses, abandoned, dehumanised! Online is no better but people find it ‘bearable’ because they know it is online but the dehumanising treatment of humanity by these stores are unbearable because these stores now give people the creep: you walk a mile in this store and you come across not a single human being and you tell yourself: why am I in this desolate place: This is time these large businesses wake up and they will not until we tell them to do so. Because they want our business but they must do business serving this us, this humanity of us and that means they must rehumanise the reality, bring about real people and humanity and stores are not left as desolate, disorientating deserts of dehumanisation.

Tell them to wake up and rehumanise their stores so that humans feel welcome and wanted in their stores. For all we have is each other: humanity, there is only one and like the ants, there is no one else out in this Universe, who can and will come to help, assist or rescue us for there is only and the only one humanity here. Our existence is made into a metaphorical human-ball: we exist together or perish being separated, disconnected and disempowered. Let us go forward: and you rise and step out and walk: towards the Mission Café: Towards the Mission Café for a better 2019 for the Communities of humanity in Bromley South and all other places in this great City, this London, this Elleesium.

And with it, let us make a promise to ourselves: next time we go out anywhere, that we register the persons or people serving us, notice how they look, how they speak, what their names are and treat them with kindness and warmth and remember them for the next visit. If, in one visit, we find them not, we make sure we register it and wonder what happened to them and when they come back, we make sure we speak to them and ask why they had been missing at work. We must connect with our fellow humanity, in reality, in wherever we live. We must connect, to find the bond and invest all we are and all we have in nurturing, fostering and developing this bond of humanity for that is what we are and that is all we have to exist in reality as we are: an infinity unfolding itself. We can not exist without reality nor can we exist as humanity alone, on our own, singly and disjointedly: rather, we must exist as individuals in families, in connection with the networks of families, communities and society in reality: we must exist as one for as humanity we are one. :::ω.
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Ribera: Art of Violence Exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery: Until January 2019




|| December 18: 2018 || ά. Last autumn Dulwich Picture Gallery opened Ribera: Art of Violence, the first UK show dedicated to the Spanish Baroque painter, draughtsman and printmaker Jusepe de Ribera, 1591-1652, bringing together his most arresting and provocative works. A selection of eight monumental canvases were part of the Exhibition, alongside significant drawings and prints to explore the powerful theme of violence in Ribera’s art. 40 works were arranged thematically, examining Ribera’s striking depictions of saintly martyrdom and mythological violence, skin and the five senses, crime and punishment and the bound male figure.

The Exhibition brought together works from seven countries, including, major European and North American institutions. Many were displayed, for the first time, in the UK. Ribera, also, known as lo Spagnoletto or ‘the little Spaniard’ has long been celebrated for his images of human suffering, a popular subject for artists during the Catholic Counter-Reformation. Born in Játiva, Valencia, Ribera spent most of his career in Naples, southern Italy, where he influenced many Neapolitan masters, including, Salvator Rosa and Luca Giordano. He is, often, regarded as the heir to Caravaggio for his dramatic use of light and shadow and his practice of painting directly from the live model.

This Exhibition was seeking to explore Ribera’s paintings, prints and drawings of violent subjects, which are, often, grotesque in their realism. It will demonstrate how his images of bodies in pain are neither the product of his supposed sadism nor the expression of a purely aesthetic interest. Rather, they involve a complex artistic, religious and cultural engagement in the depiction of bodily suffering.

The show opened with a room dedicated to religious violence. It sought to investigate Ribera’s portrayals of the martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew, who was flayed alive for his Christian faith. One of Ribera’s favoured subjects, Bartholomew was a common figure in southern European Baroque art, which aimed to inspire devotion in the spectator. Highlights included three versions of the Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew spanning Ribera’s career, which reveal the evolution of the artist’s style and his hyper-realistic treatment of a shocking theme.

Throughout the exhibition, a selection of prints and drawings illuminated Ribera’s mastery of composition, gesture and expression, with works ranging from anatomical figure studies to inquisition scenes of the strappado, punishment by hanging from the wrists. A room dedicated to skin and the five senses will celebrate Ribera as a graphic artist, with studies of eyes, ears, noses and mouths displayed alongside images of Bartholomew flayed alive.

A central theme is how Ribera broke new ground by capturing human suffering in his depictions of the male figure. Through his complex aesthetic and intellectual approach, he created images, that are both repulsive and appealing in the rendering of trauma and pain. The twisted pose of the male body in such drawings as Man bound to a Tree, mid-1620s, from the Musée du Louvre, Paris, comprise a principal focus of Ribera’s works on paper, which vary from abbreviated preparatory studies for paintings and prints, to more elaborate sketches and independent sheets.

The exhibition will conclude with a room dedicated to one major painting, Apollo and Marsyas, 1637, on loan from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples, and the grand finale to the show. Paralleling the martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew, this painting, the tour de force of Ribera’s career, portrays Apollo flaying Marsyas alive as punishment for losing a musical competition. The painting encapsulates the argument of the exhibition, for it demonstrates the violent outcome of artistic rivalry and the visceral convergence of the senses, as the ripping of skin is experienced through the intersections of sight, touch and sound.

Ribera: Art of Violence is curated by Dr Edward Payne, the Head Curator: Spanish Art, The Auckland Project, County Durham, contributor to the catalogue raisonné of Ribera’s drawings, 2016 and author of a PhD thesis on the theme of violence in Ribera’s art, 2012 and Dr Xavier Bray, Director, The Wallace Collection, former Chief Curator, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Curator of the 2009 exhibition The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture 1600-1700 , National Gallery, London.

Loans have been secured from a number of national and international institutions including MNAC. Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona; Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao; Palazzo Pitti, Gallerie degli Uffizi, Florence; Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid; Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Musée du Louvre, Paris; Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.

Dr Edward Payne, the Guest Co-curator, said, ‘’Ribera: Art of Violence will provoke a sense of surprise, shock and awe in visitors. Beyond merely introducing audiences to the work of this major artist, the exhibition will reveal the immediacy and complexity of Ribera’s images of violence. The show will call upon visitors to play a central role, not as passive onlookers but as active participants, in the theatre of Ribera’s scenes of human suffering.’’ 

Dr Xavier Bray, the Guest Co-curator, said, ‘’An exhibition on this great Spanish master is long overdue in the UK. Ribera’s hyper-realistic depictions of extreme violence will be the object of fascination as we marvel at his incredible painterly technique. Ribera is not only the rightful heir to Caravaggio but will, also, I am convinced, be of great inspiration to contemporary artists.’’

Ms Jennifer Scott, The Sackler Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery, said, ‘’This extraordinary 17th-century artist will be presented in a dramatic and exciting way, creating a visitor experience akin to witnessing a Quentin Tarantino film. In typical Dulwich Picture Gallery fashion, we will use our intimate spaces to invite contemporary audiences to engage directly with the art of the past to discover echoes of today’s world.’’

Tickets need to be pre-booked, which can be done online. Tickers are £16.50 Adult, £15.50 Senior Citizens, £08 Concessions, Free: Friends, Under 18s and the ticket prices include a voluntary Gift Aid donation

The Exhibition is supported by Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica, Cockayne, Grants for the Arts and The London Community Foundation and The Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust.:::ω.

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Reality Is Falling Apart: Humanity Can Not Exist Without Reality: Wake Up to Save Reality to Protect Humanity For Human Existence Is Being and Doing in Time and Space Or In Reality: No Reality No Humanity: Or Broken Reality Broken Humanity





































|| December 16: 2018 || ά. Between time and space is sprung the entire Universe, where everything and every being is being and doing their particular purpose under the Universal Laws: each exists, in time and space: being and doing in time and space. Time and space or in every day expression: the reality is a must-prerequisite of existence. There is no paper, there is no writing on it. There is no rose plant, there is no rose. There is no Stratford Upon Avon and There is no William Shakespeare. There is no South Africa and there is no Nelson Mandela. There is no United Kingdom there is no people of this country, the country, must, exist for them all to exist. This is what the distorteddia has been seeking to do: dehumanisation has been pulling, pushing, dragging, battering and shattering humanity with its most ruthless weapons, the distorteddia and now it has taken over the whole reality and has been shattering it all over: to destroy humanity destroy its home: where is humanity’s home? It is in reality for there is none and there can not be any home for humanity to exist, if, reality is destroyed. For, if, there is no time and no space, there can be no existence.

Wherever you go you can not but see things are closing down, shuttered up and closed-up. With all these people are losing their jobs, often, losing their professions with it, as well. Local realities are being devastated everywhere. No one stops to think what does all this mean? Where are people going to exist? If, their local community centres are shut, if, their local amenities are shut, if, where people meet, greet, connect, form, maintain, foster and create human relations, then, where are they going to go? This question is absurd because when reality is destroyed humanity needs not go anywhere because it, too, will have been destroyed along the way: humanity is destroyed by as much and by as far as the destruction of reality. Reality breaks as it does so to humanity by as far and by as much.

Imagine, a Magician, holding a Cup. He says that he is going to make the Cup disappear. But someone says: but you put our Princes in that Cup, what is going to happen to her? The Cup is the Reality and the Princess is humanity. The Magicians says that the Princess is going to disappear with the Cup since she is in it. This is how simple this relationship is between reality and humanity. Distorteddia and the market manipulators and the profiteers are driving and badgering the entire possible domains with this ruthless, merciless, directed and driven attack on reality and on humanity because that is the most sure way to make the most money and along these ruthless roads dehumanisation has spread its sharpest of teeth and claws and reality is falling apart. It is time societies, peoples, people, individuals, families, communities, agencies and organisations and every single human being, who is a person and individual, realise what is happening to our reality and why it poses an existential threat to all humanity: on every possible sphere and level and domain.  

In this Series, Reality Is Falling Apart, The Humanion will publish images of this falling apart of reality across greater London. We begin with London Borough of Bromley, simply, because we happen to have two images, from this borough. This is a profound, serious, fundamental, as well as, monumental issue and it can not be let to go on like this. This is the final and whole-front attack on humanity by the mechanical, mechanised and ruthless distorteddia and the market manipulators and profiteers, who are seeking to continue the war of dehumanisation but make more and more money as they go along. This can not go on. People in reality, individuals, families, communities, groups and organisations and the humanity, that people them, all can not be taken a prisoners and let these forces dictate, direct and herd people into submission to a point that they accept and follow the course to annihilation for humanity shall not exist, if, it has no reality to exist in. Reality is where humanity exists and it can not do so, if, that reality is torn down. It is time to wake up and begin the fight back against dehumanisation and win back our reality and, in it, our humanity. It is time: say: all, that I am and all, that I have is my humanity: without it I am nothing. That is what humanity will become, if, there is no reality for, remember: the Princess goes with the Cup. The reality gone so is gone humanity. It is scary; is it not? But believe in humanity for we are an infinity unfolding itself and there is no force on this Universe, that can destroy this humanity invincible but we must wake up and take up this fight..:::ω.

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Wildlife Photographers Unite to Present Remembering Great Apes to Raise Funds for Born Free: October 15-27




|| October 07: 2018 || ά. In celebration of the release of Remembering Great Apes, a stunning book full of powerful images of apes, taken by over 70 of the world’s best wildlife photographers, the book’s creators are hosting two unique events in London this October to help raise vital funds for international wildlife charity Born Free. From Monday, October 15 to Saturday, October 27, a free exhibition will take place at La Galleria, Pall Mall. The Exhibition runs from 10:00 to 17:00 daily.

The Exhibition is an unmissable opportunity for the public to view the exquisite imagery of gorillas, orangutans, chimpanzees and bonobos from photographers, such as, Mr Art Wolfe, Mr Brent Stirton, Mr Frans Lanting and Mr Jonathan and Ms Angela Scott and visitors can purchase limited edition prints and copies of the book. The main fundraising event will, take place on, Thursday, October 18 when the Royal Geographic Society plays host to an incredible conservation talk and auction hosted by Born Free’s Consultant, Mr Ian Redmond OBE. 

Many of the photographers, whose work features in Remembering Great Apes will be at the event to sign copies. The compere for the evening will be Remembering Wildlife Founder and Photographer Ms Margot Raggett, with guest speakers Mr Ofir Drori, who is the Founder of wildlife crime investigation unit EAGLE, the wildlife photojournalist Mr Tim Laman, and Primatologist Dr Cheryl Knott.

The event will, then, culminate in an auction of some of the images from the book, as well as, a few other unique items, including, an original orangutan watercolour by wildlife Artist Ms Karen Laurence-Rowe. The books themselves will, also, be on sale on the night with some of the photographers available to sign them during the interval.

To date, following the success of Remembering Elephants in 2016 and Remembering Rhinos in 2017, the beautiful photographic books have raised an astonishing £320,000 for Born Free’s vital conservation work. All profits from the sale of Remembering Great Apes will go towards the charity’s great ape conservation in Africa and Asia.

For details of the free Remembering Great Apes exhibition at La Galleria, Pall Mall visit the website 

To book tickets, which are priced at £25.00, to the launch of Remembering Great Apes at the Royal Geographic Society on Thursday 18th October 18 visit.   

About Born Free: Born Free’s mission is to ensure that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect and are able to live their lives according to their needs. Born Free opposes the exploitation of wild animals in captivity and campaigns to keep wildlife in the wild. Born Free promotes Compassionate Conservation to enhance the survival of threatened species in the wild and protect natural habitats while respecting the needs of and safeguarding the welfare of individual animals. Born Free seeks to have a positive impact on animals in the wild and protect their ecosystems in perpetuity, for their own intrinsic value and for the critical roles they play within the natural world.:::ω.

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Bittium to Exhibit Its Secure and Easy to Use Safe Move Remote Access Software Telehealth and Medical Monitoring Solutions at HETT Show 2018 at ExCel Conference Centre in East London: September 25-26




|| September 24: 2018 || ά. Bittium is to exhibit its secure and easy touse Bittium Safe Move remote access software along with telehealth and medical monitoring solutions at HETT Show, to be held in ExCel Conference Centre in East London, on September 25-26. The HETT Show is a part of the larger UK Health Show and it is focused on exploring the opportunities and overcoming the challenges of digital transformation and health and social care integration.

Bittium Safe Move solutions help to improve community care by simplifying secure remote access to critical clinical systems and, thus, enable care workers to provide better patient service. Bittium, also, provides telehealth and connected wearable solutions to allow remote monitoring of patient activity levels and general wellbeing; along with medical technology products and solutions for remote cardiac and brain monitoring to enable earlier detection of cardiac and neurological abnormalities.

At the show Bittium will publish a new white paper about ‘Improving NHS Community Nursing with Mobile Technology: Recommendations for Success’ and a new customer success story for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust.

The white paper outlines some key technical considerations, that are crucial to the success of mobile working projects in the NHS and provides some recommendations for success. In the new customer success story the Company seeks to let people know how automatic and reliable connectivity for external clinics significantly improves efficiency at Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust.

Bittium’s products and solutions are exhibited at stand G44:48.

Further information: Juha Eskelin: Head of Bittium Safe Move solutions: Tel. +358 :0:40 3443507: email: communications at

About Bittium: Bittium is a trusted Finnish company with over 30 years of experience in advanced radio communication technologies and bio-signal processing. As a pioneer in remote access solutions, Bittium provides easy to use Safe Move software solutions to deliver highly secure and seamless connectivity to mobile workers regardless of time, place or network. Safe Move product portfolio has been designed for outstanding performance even in the most challenging network conditions. It is widely used in demanding environments, such as, public safety, healthcare, utilities and defense forces. Net sales in 2017 were 51.6 million. Bittium is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki Exchange.:::ω.

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|| April 06: 2018 || ά. The Humanion was first published on September 24, 2015 and has been run, since that day, on a complete voluntary basis without any 'formal' or 'constituted' manner or form and, it was run on as a Human Enterprise, which is an idea of Humanics, in which, ownership is replaced by belongingship and, thus, in a Humanical Society, no one owns anything but everyone belongs to the whole as the whole belongs to everyone lawfully and equally and, it neither believes in nor makes money but human utilities, needs, aspirations, creativity, imagination and dreams are served without money, where everyone works and creates for all others as all others create and work for all others, thus, bringing in meaning and purpose to life along with it come natural justice, equality and liberty, that establish a true civilisation within the Rule of Law. And in one word, this system of human affairs management is called, Humanics and a society that runs itself in humanics is called a humanical society. Today, we have begun the process of 'constituting' this Human Enterprise, which does not exist in the current system, but the next closest thing to it, that exists in the UK Law is Social Enterprise. Therefore, today, Friday, April 06, 2018, we are beginning Regine Humanics Foundation, that is the 'Agency', that will lead, run, manage and develop everything, that The Humanion has been trying to do.

Regine Humanics Foundation is established by the Thinker, Author, Poet, Novelist, Playwright, Editor of The Humanion, Festival Director of London Poetry Festival and a Humanicsxian: hu: maa: neek: tian: One, that believes in, lives and exists by Humanics, Mr Munayem Mayenin, of London, England, United Kingdom. Mr Mayenin says, ''Humanics is a vision; people, may, call it, utopia, we, call it our Humanicsovicsopia; Humanics. Humanics is our philosophy, our faith, our conviction, our resolution, our way of existing, thinking, being and doing: to seek and try to do so in the determination that all we must do and be is to exist to advance the human condition. People, readers and agencies and organisations, from all across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the whole of the United Kingdom and Australasia, Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America, from all walks and strata of life, have supported our endeavours, supported The Humanion and The Humanion Team, who volunteered their time to run things, since the beginning of The Humanion and long before that, when other things, that are now part of The Foundation, were developing. Nothing has changed in terms of the nature and value of what we have been seeking to do.''

''But the founding of The Foundation brings it all in a solid foundation so that we can keep on building this 'vision' so that it keeps on going regardless of who come to take the vision-mission of The Foundation forward. The Foundation runs along with time and along with the flowing humanity. This is the dream, this is the vision, this the hope in founding this Foundation. And, in this, we hope and invite all our readers, supporters, well wishers and all agencies and organisations to support our endeavours to build something, a Human Enterprise, which we are in the process of registering as a Social Enterprise, as a Community Interest Company, working for the common good of the one and common humanity. No one makes or takes profit out of The Foundation, which now runs The Humanion and everything else, that is part of it. The Foundation, once registered, will have an Asset Lock, which means that in any event, should The Foundation dissolve itself, all its existing assets shall go to a similar Social Enterprise. Therefore, we invite everyone to support The Foundation, support The Humanion in whatever way they can. And, there are endless number of ways people and organisations can support The Foundation and The Humanion.'' ::: ω.

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