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You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
We hope someday you'll join us
And the world will live as one.
       John Lennon (used without permission)
One man can not change the world alone
But one idea, shared by enough people,
Will have already changed the world.

The Occupy and Arab Spring movements reflect a worldwide frustration with how 1% of the population controls everything for their own benefit at the expense of the 99%. Countless millions of us are finally ready to take action, but we first need to agree on which policies to support. The info on this site suggests how we might bring reason, fairness, freedom and opportunity to all the people of the Earth.

A single, worldwide government would end wars between nations and the threat of nuclear war.

The problem isn't big government, it is corruption and inefficiency in government. An Informed (direct) Democracy would provide a means of controlling these problems, without the problem of mob rule, by placing immediate power in the hands of the people.

10% of the U.S. population owns almost 90% of the wealth. If they could get by with only 80% it would DOUBLE the standard of living for 90% of the population. An "Exchange Tax" at the same rate for everyone, with no loopholes and no other taxes, could make this happen.

Government competition with private enterprise in areas of basic necessity would reduce prices and provide guaranteed employment for everyone. This would end unemployment, welfare and homelessness, while everyone would still be free to make as much money as they want.

Huge reductions in military spending could finance projects that benefit the people directly. We could have free health care and free education -- and all digital media, including music, movies and software, would be available free, which would solve the digital pirating problem.

The construction of one-building cities housing 100,000 people or more could cut the cost of living in half for those fortunate enough to live there.

Worldwide enforcement of environmental regulations would prevent pollution and eventually stop the climate change problem, deforestation and depletion of fish stocks.

Replacing the Federal Reserve and the practice of fractional lending with a government bank would end inflation, stabilize the economy and provide low interest small business loans to the masses.

Legalizing freedom of choice in the pursuit of happiness (the freedom to do anything which doesn't harm others) would cut crime and prison populations in half.

And there is much more that can be done.

The 99% are ready to act.
Join us in working toward the creation of a single
worldwide socioeconomic system based upon

Reason, Fairness, Freedom, and Opportunity

The Dreamers are the original sponsors of
six Constitional Amendments including
The Personal Freedoms Protection Amendment
The Exxon-Mobil Boycott
Ima Dreamer
(a fictional character)
for Vice President of the United States

If they're going to step on us, the least we can do is make a noise.

About The Dreamers

The Dreamers are people who share a common philosophy regarding basic principles and ideas we consider necessary in a world of peace and prosperity for all. We are not an organization, but an attitude. We follow no leader but are instead lead by ideas, all of which are derived from four fundamental principles:

Reason, Fairness, Freedom and Opportunity

The information on this site is derived from my book, Changing the World: Policy Suggestions for the Ninety-Nine Percent. You can click through these pages to read the material, order a physical book, or download the latest version free as a PDF file by clicking here.

We, the Dreamers, hope these ideas will make sense to you, that you too will become a Dreamer and help spread the ideas throughout the world.

piles o' smiles :)

Koda, April, 2012

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Someday this world will live as one
All this ignorance and greed will all be done
When someday comes and the old will teach their youth
To speak the same language, and seek the same truth
      from the song "Someday" by Psychic Trance Fur

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