There is only one race – the human race.
This movement is bigger than race. During my conversation with Jay Rosenzweig last week, a Jewish guy, he fully embraced the total vision for UBA. He didn’t react in fear or confusion about why what we were doing mattered. This level of embrace won’t be the case for many of our brothers and sisters. Everyone is not an early adopter of change.
We have to protect the integrity of this project at all costs. This means having empathy and giving people outside of this group what they can handle. There is only one race – the human race. There are many cultural subdivisions within our race, including White, Black, Jewish, Native American, Hispanic, etc.
We are bringing different cultures together with the ultimate purpose of fixing the societal issues that have plagued humanity for centuries. We are working on a powerful vaccine to cure deep-rooted separation and the demonization of embracing our differences.
“The hardest, most difficult problem we’ve faced as a nation is how to address the inequality due to systemic white supremacy.”
As I mentioned previously, UBA follows my core principle of “solve the hardest problem first, and the rest will be easy.” The hardest, most difficult problem we’ve faced as a nation is how to address the inequality due to systemic white supremacy. White supremacist culture is a subdivision of the Human Race that includes black, brown, and white people.
White supremacists have historically used capitalism to justify their actions. Their power and influence are waning due to our society becoming more accepting, loving, and wanting diversity. But that still leaves us with a problem. The historical impacts of past decisions are still disproportionately affecting us today.
After spending my entire adult life working in government, I know that no one is coming to save us. It is up to us to forge a new inclusive path to uplift all people. We need new systems and new thinking. We need a framework and a modus operandi to proceed in this new world. UBA is my proposal for how we move forward and rethink the possibilities of a democratic society.
God has given me a vision of that future. I know we can right past wrongs with hope, willpower, and unity while creating a future of abundance for all humankind. The way we practice capitalism is outdated. We need balanced approaches backed by spirituality and technology. A system that prioritizes the experience and condition of all humans over greed.
“We need an economic and political system that prioritizes the experience and condition of all life over greed.”
This is what we are building. It’s not about race. It’s not about a nation. It’s about the future. It’s about growth and challenging the status quo in the most strategic and enlightened way possible.
We know that the current state of our country is suffering. We are plagued by the recession, pandemic, climate crisis, and many more issues. Our planet is crying, and our people are dying. Now is the time for a change. It’s literally now or never. This is why I was called to start this movement.