Hi All Happy to connect with this community. I am recently introduced to Ubuntu, but it's a philosophy I have held for quite some time so was excited to find this as it resonates, totally. I'm a social and political activist, the Palestinian issue is the closest to my heart. But the realization that Zionism (global banking cartel) is the over-arching problem is why Ubuntu resonates with me.
Nichola Lake Gilbertson Looks like there are 4 circles in NY... Ubuntu - United States - New York - Bu 1388 miles away Ubuntu - United States - New York (NY) - n 1614 miles away FCP - United States - New York City metropolitan area - East Coast 1640 miles away Ubuntu - United States - new york - Bronx 1646 miles away
Thursday 26 May 2016, 18:02:55
KarmagalNY Many thanks to you, both. No, I'm not. I'm a newbie and would love to connect with others here in NYC.
Thursday 26 May 2016, 18:03:26
KarmagalNY Leaving for work, now, but will check this thread later. Thank you and ✌🏽️
Thursday 26 May 2016, 18:04:59
Nichola Lake Gilbertson Just go to the search icon (magnifying glass) in the upper right corner of this page and type in New York. It will bring up all the circles you can join in your area! Blessings to you and welcome to the UBUNTU family <3
Thursday 26 May 2016, 18:05:23
Mat Dowle or click "Local Groups" and it should show the circles closest to you.
"good" thanks for joining! please tell every one! happy to find like minded and close people. we are growing so fast and please register as a libertarian. all the people in the country are libertarians for the constitution. when they vote republican or democrat they vote in the royal English family who have been taken over by the Germans. Ubutnu Is the answer without money. take care!
Friday 27 May 2016, 02:39:19
KarmagalNY Hi and many thanks to all for the suggestions. "Good" while I respect your choice to be Libertarian, I wouldn't register as this. I'm much more progressive. I work with the Justice Party. I do support ending the Fed, however. Third political parties need to work together instead of jockeying for powere, imho. Having said that, I want to learn more about Ubuntu Movement as it seems an alternative to parties as we know them. Truth be told, I support principles, not parties. JP happened to resonate with me when it came about in 2011 and is the first time I've worked with a political party. I'm registered as no party affiliation. 😊✌🏽️🇵🇸