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USA Gets First ONE SMALL TOWN Ambassador

It gives me great joy to introduce Lia LaCour, our first ONE SMALL TOWN Ambassador in the USA. For Washington D.C. Email: usadc@onesmalltown.orgLia has the perfect background in a combination of humanitarian and corporate experience, that gives her the balance to manage this exciting but challenging task ahead.We trust that soon we will have ambassadors in many states of the USA, that will cooperate to build an unstoppable wave of change and inspiration among the great people of the USA – to initiate the ONE SMALL TOWN plan, and bring abundance and prosperity to the towns.Of all the countries of the world, this OST plan is tailor-made for the political and socio-economic system of the USA. With mayors, sheriffs, judges and communities, that hold great power in their hands when they stand united. I trust that the ONE SMALL TOWN plan will find fertile ground in many of the small towns of the USA very soon. Reminder – We are turning our towns into highly investment-friendly towns for investors – by providing a united labor force that no corporation can compete with. Watch the OST Implementation Crash Course video here for more details here: https://youtu.be/a9uCyZcpt-kIn unity – Michael Tellinger

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6 thoughts on “USA Gets First ONE SMALL TOWN Ambassador

  1. I have followed you for ~6 years now. Read the Ubuntu book, (and rereading it again.) I live in New Hampshire and love this area. I have very limited business experience and the experience I did have was not good. With that being said I am not sure how I can bring the Ubuntu Contributionism philosophy to New Hampshire and the wonderful people who live here and deserve to live a happy and full filling life.

    1. Hi,

      I have also been following Michael and this movement for 6 years. I’m in and I’m willing to connect.

  2. Hello I just found you here from Dr Charlie Ward’s show on Michael and his great work. I was told to contact you so here I am !
    Janet Rapoport cell 313-296-3954 text messages and home 248-809-2372.If you call or text me please let me know who you are.
    I receive calls sometimes that I have no idea who people are so I dis-regard them.
    I would definitely love to communicate with you. And to help going forward. I have dreamed of this vision for a long time!
    I am in Southfield Michigan.

    I am looking forward to hearing from you soon!
    Blessings and Love
    Jan

  3. I feel the timing is right for the people of the world to become self-sufficient, one small town at a time as Michael puts it. I love the serendipitous convergence of events leading us to ask “Is there a better way to run things?” With an end to a fiat currency cycle slowly breaking our banks and inflation steamrolling our futures along with the many destructive forces upending our lifestyle choices, now is time for solutions. Enter Michael Tellinger’s plan to empower the people with an economic strategy that
    succinctly and directly gives the power of economic creation to the ordinary citizenry. This approach resonates with my understanding of the US Constitution’s empowerment of the People and reservations on delegating power to state and federal governing bodies. We the People govern ourselves thru congress and other groups of elected people such as the president.
    I see the transcending nature of contributism as a stroke of genius in in relation to inflation’s eroding effect on our financial world since a three hour work effort is the same today as it will be in ten years or a hundred years from now, bingo! we have now moved our world from the constraints of corporate accounting to neighborhood restoration and economic development (brotherly love). While each town develops its own town economic plan it does not do that in a vacuum meaning there are closely surrounding towns and rural residents that make up an economic zone that may benefit from even more extended cooperation in planning and of shared resources. As an example our county has three major population centers about thirty miles apart from each other. One is in a rebuilding phase after a catastrophic fire, another is the most affluent with a University based economy and the third struggles to keep police force at full strength. The third one is my town of which I have included details below. As a future reference a community college is located in the center of the county geographically and would serve well as a central training facility and innovation hub.
    Our town of Oroville has declared its own brand of people empowerment (see quotes below)
    “A city council in California overwhelmingly voted to declare the city a “Constitutional Republic City” to protect its citizens’ rights in light of federal and state mandates.
    “What we are doing is protecting our citizens’ rights as much as we can on the local level,” Oroville Vice Mayor Scott Thomson told Fox News Digital.
    “In a way, we are acting as a sanctuary city for our citizens and their rights and freedoms protected by the U.S. and state constitutions,” he added. “Gavin Newsom modeled this type of declaration for us when he declared San Francisco a sanctuary city for what he believed to be overreach by the federal government against his citizens.”

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