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Looking forward one more time

In a world that is in desperate need of creative policy-making, our leaders continue to look backwards instead of looking forward. In a world where creative, forward-looking approaches to the great evils of our time are desperately needed our leadership is only the shadow of what it once was, when the great men of the twentieth century decided to sit down and set the basis of a new approach to understanding and stability.

We forgot the leadership of the great men of the twentieth century. We gave up the dream and the love the vulnerable deserve. We decided to leave the imagination and the creativity behind. We refused to design policies able to incorporate the average citizen in Europe and North America. Our leadership is in crisis, unable to continue the legacy of the great men of the twentieth century.

There are great men and women of the twenty-first century. They have been hiding because they lived a world that did not reward their vision. There are great men and women of the twenty-first century. They speak a different language to that we have been accostumed our ears. It is the language of the possible. It is the language of the inimaginable that is not biased by the ideologies, that is not constrained by the interest of the nation-states, that continue to defend national priorities, that continue to embrace the positives of a process called globalization.

I have traveled the World, I have gone north and south, east and west, and I have found a representative sample of the great men and women of the twenty-first century that I have decided to call The Expert Dreamers. The Expert Dreamers represent 40 different nationalities. The Expert Dreamers are the disciples of the great men of the twentieth century. They are dreamers who love and lovers who dream. They are ready and prepared to defeat the great evils of our time. They are ready to contribute to a Journey that will lead us to the best world we have ever imagined, the world of Universal welfare and food abundance.

We were afraid because of the pitfalls of the two great wars of the twentieth century. We experienced the greatest atrocities of our history on European soil. The evil reigned for decades. It is time to leave evil behind once and for all with a proactive attitude. We need preventive war against disease and hunger. We need preventive war against war and conflict. It must be a constructive approach. It must be an approach that identifies the forces of the opposition that will fight with their best weapons, the weapons of mass persuasion, a paradigm shift.

It is time for new approaches. Welcome to the Window of Opportunity.

Find more about Jaime Pozuelo-Monfort at http://Monfort.org