Thinking is the hardest work

Originally Posted by Henry Ford: Thinking is the hardest work there is. This is probably the reason why so few people deal with it.

Henry Ford thought. His vision of making cars so cheap that even a worker can afford to do one thing has shaped the 20th century.

But visions must be developed further. To recognize the boundaries of the old vision and get it to develop new possibilities.

The refusal of politics and economics to think endangers our prosperity, our entire future.
  Thinking is the hardest work
Originally Posted by Henry Ford: Thinking is the hardest work there is. This is probably the reason why so few people deal with it.


News from politics and business today read like a bizarre science fiction novel, where very simple computer programs have taken over the reign and in endless repetitions of the same nonsensical slogans drive a civilization into the collapse.

  Every voice for the WWW movement is a call for thought


WWW - WorldWide-Wealth Movement
Mankind has the technology for a lasting paradise, but a policy for hell on earth. Our mission is to change that.


Why yet another new party? Why yet another new party?
Our present policy is harmful to people, environment and economy. All existing parties fear regarding the necessary radical reforms.


Avowal
We are convinced that man has the ability to create a lasting civilization. This enduring civilization is inextricably linked to worldwide wealth.


Fundamentals of politics Fundamentals of politics
The view of the WWW movement on the dangers of the present situation, on the wall, on which we rave full speed, on human rights which are violated.


Key themes of the WWW movement
All key themes are also unique features of the movement WWW - worldwide wealth.




  Why yet another new party?


Our present policy is harmful to people, environment and economy. All existing parties fear regarding the necessary radical reforms.

Einstein quote due to current politics Einstein quote due to current politics
Originally Posted by Albert Einstein: The purest form of madness is to leave everything in the old and at the same time to hope that something changes.