Human Dictate Prologue 3 calls for CEO nominations

Human Dictate
Human Dictate

Human Dictate prologue 3 celebrates the climax to eighteen months of drafting the rules for human dictate, changing politics to business, and forcing a Mercantilism Economy to return.

Human Dictate no more system dictate is a groundbreaking initiative, starting in South Africa, where politics will be removed by 2028, and be replaced by a business SERVICE administration and control system where the people shall dictate.

The human dictate manuscript has been revised six times, as I sought to find the climax to the philosophy, it takes place on December 23, and the third prologue, becomes the final prologue.

Human Dictate, is calling for nominations for the CEO positions, and as every human, through their street committee, will be in the position to nominate the various CEO’s of their choice, I have nominated three to kick-off with.

Important conversation topics that are included in the  Human Dictate are:

Free Market unconstitutional

Apartheid a crime against humanity

Constitution, Bill of Rights, c22,
uses Apartheid laws to continue
economic oppression of the masses.

South Africa 1980 Mercantilism
Economy, must be returned for
the Country, and the people.

Remember the “Good old Days’?

Look for Cedric on his soap-box, he is driven to make changes that will benefit all.

Human Dictate Prologue  (3)

Many of my Social Media followers, the few that I have, will have read at least two prologues to this manuscript, the Human Dictate, is a groundbreaking approach, to restoring South Africa’s economy to what it was pre-1983, and therefore, for the past six weeks, I have been testing that waters with the concept, thus the initial publication, unable to wait until I have achieved a satisfactory end to the manuscript, before publishing?

This morning I reach the ‘climax’, suddenly a paragraph answers the question, occasionally asked of me by the black youth, diplomatically never asked by any of what is left of my white friends, or the elite black, and that is;

“Cedric, you want us to help you, but why are you doing it, what is in it for you, what is in it for us?”   

I read and re-read the last two pages, then the now last paragraph, as I read this paragraph, for the first time, it gives meaning to the four paragraphs preceding the paragraph, and I quote them as follows.

This ‘shadow’ administration, will nominate the  CEOs leaders of every SERVICE structure by 2023, you are invited to get involved with your input, who would you nominate as the National CEO of Finance, Health, Education, Justice, Police, and add any CEO for a SERVICE structure you wish to add.

Nominations for Provincial CEOs are welcome, the Provincial CEOs, will report directly to the selected National CEO. 

My 2023 ‘street community vote’, would be for Professor Jonathan Jansen, as National CEO of Education, Advocate Gerrie Nel, as National CEO of Justice, my apologies to potential CEOs of Finance, Health and Police, that I am unable to bring you to mind, as my preliminary assessment is published.

If you are South African, and live on one of our streets, you have the right to nominate CEOs, and obviously, you are not restricted for nominating yourself or family member, keep you eye on the 2023 Human Dictate nomination list.

My personal ‘street community vote’, for the CEO of Trade and Economic Development, will be for Cedric de la Harpe, however,  should the Human Dictate process, find a more suitable candidate, I would graciously bow out, as my voice would have been heard, and the human voice would have spoken.

These five paragraphs outline the Human Dictate philosophy, very simply, we remove politics from our lives, and structure Business Units, to provide for all our administration and control needs, and my commitment is to ensure that we achieve this status by 2028, and that Trade and Economic Development for the masses, according to my understanding outlined in this manuscript, will be the basis off which all the other SERVICE structures are administered.

I now see the result of my years of research and direction, I know why I am driven, and I know that economic segregation can be reversed.

Cedric de la Harpe

NOMINATIONS TO:

cedric@cedricdelaharpe.co.za

 

Human Dictate,  is available to be purchased on Amazon.

Or the book can be purchased directly from Cedric, for R 180,00 plus Postnet to Postnet transfer costs.

Off this web front page, dated November 04, 2019, I will post regular blogs, aimed at spreading the Human Dictate  movement, through our hashtags that will identify the power of the movement, #HumanDictate #HumanMustRise and #LatipacMustFall

Cedric de la Harpe  

coal quality load shedding

Coal quality causes load shedding so Human Dictate, please note load shedding is only temporarily over.

Today, December 14, 2019, I return to my  topic, aimed at encouraging enlightened thinking, a movement that will bring economic stability, back to the world.

Coal quality load shedding
Human Dictate

Why today?

The typical December electricity load shedding is over for the year, it will not be the system dictate that controls the mindsets of the public, why do I label the general masses as public, because the mind that listens to the media propaganda, is not human, the mind that waits for every update on the level of load shedding is controlled.

I have had to listen, indirectly, to all the media reports, President Ramaphosa’s surprised reporting, ‘sabotage’, mechanical break-downs, rain, all little issues that keep the mindsets trapped in a very static stage, never really disturbing the mindset,  hidden in all his messages, is that there is ‘light at the end of the tunnel’. 

When mindsets are united, it is not necessary for me to follow social media, every family member and friend will automatically update me, I however do listen to every news broadcast, and on two occasions, I have heard two different comments, not attached to any leader, not attached to any Eskom official, and herein rests the evil that we are trapped in.

“The high levels of coal dust in the Coal Supply, causes the coal to be too wet.”

“Eskom has been instructed to investigate and identify those Coal Suppliers who are supplying inferior quality Coal.”

Pretty simply, since the Free Market Economy was allowed into South Africa, our quality of Coal supplies have deteriorated,

Coal is probably one of our top export products by volume, exporting to China, India, Japan, and none of these countries are going to buy ‘coal dust’ from us.

There is not a Coal ‘user’ in the world, that does not understand the calorific value (Kj/Kg) of coal, quite simply, the higher the grade of coal, the more energy per ton it will produce.

I am of the opinion that Eskom is buying, whether with the knowledge or not, Grade 3 coal, at Grade 1 coal international prices. In my opinion, Eskom is only producing 50% of the Kilojoules, per ton, that they would be producing if they used Grade 1 coal.

This poor Coal quality causes load shedding

From my trusted Wikipedia source, I provide the Chemical Composition of Coal.

Chemical composition:

Chemical composition of the coal is defined in terms of its proximate and ultimate (elemental) analyses. The parameters of proximate analysis are moisture, volatile matter, ash, and fixed carbon. Elemental or ultimate analysis encompasses the quantitative determination of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur and oxygen within the coal. Additionally, specific physical and mechanical properties of coal and particular carbonization properties

The calorific value Q of coal [kJ/kg] is the heat liberated by its complete combustion with oxygen. Q is a complex function of the elemental composition of the coal. Q can be determined experimentally using calorimeters. Dulong suggests the following approximate formula for Q when the oxygen content is less than 10%:

Q = 337C + 1442(H – O/8) + 93S,

where C is the mass percent of carbon, H is the mass percent of hydrogen, O is the mass percent of oxygen, and S is the mass percent of sulfur in the coal. With these constants, Q is given in kilojoules per kilogram.

Why does President Ramaphosa never give us the assurance that Eskom is only using prime Grade 1 Coal, and that we are not paying international prices for our Coal?

Human Dictate, as already published a conversation topic , #SowetoPleasePayElectricity, and I summarise the topic as follows:

The manipulated exchange rates, has once again  divided our Country into two groups, all those who benefited by the Rand exchange manipulated through depreciation, and those of us, who were financially punished, by the ‘cost of living’, the importing of fuel at manipulated depreciated rates, the importing of everything through the global Free Market, at manipulated depreciated rates.

South Africa would not be exporting their prime coal, at manipulated exchange rates, our Iron Ore would not be leaving the country at manipulated exchange rates, South Africa’s Cost of Living, would be acceptable, and we would all be able to pay for Electricity, that would be cheaper for all.

Human, it is time to put on your thinking cap, the Free Market needs to be removed, we need to return to Mercantilism.

 

Cedric de la Harpe