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Civic Engagement Civil Society, and Philanthropy in the USA, Romania, And Mexico, is about anti-globalization movements: the bright and dark sides of globalization, interoperability of Blockchain and Clean Elections in the United States of America, Romania, and Mexico.
People with commonalities demanding Clean Elections; no money packs, like in the U.S., are networking across nations to change the corrupt systems currently in operation.
The Introduction to this book is about the role of civic attitudes, society in Romania, and the United States, especially on how to fight legally against and thwart dictatorships via robust civic engagement, and the counterweight of civil society.
The strongest civic attitudes are prevalent in the United States, where movements like United State of Women, Women’s March of CA, California NOW, as well as #CAclean.org, #metoo and #Occupy which had started in 2015.

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Our Foundation people think that public officials should be accountable
to voters instead of to dirty money donors so as we do, civic actors in California, and we are literally standing up to corruption.
The solution is Fair Elections funding of campaigns for qualified candidates who agree to strict spending limits. We will definitely end pay-to-play politics.

The Anti-Trump movement has grown strong, with 1 million women showing up at the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. protesting the upcoming ban on Roe Vs Wade.
The phony Trump University speaks volumes about how deeply corrupt even the not-for-private-profit sector has become.

The Romanian test case is explained in the Introduction and Conclusion – by exposing the new nomenclature which imposing the nationalistic model by opposing civic engagement.
This theme is taken up by the author in the Biography, where agency and civic society are counteracting effectively the statist nationalism of PSD, a socialist popular party masquerading as a democratic party.
This Book is about how to build a strong civic polity. In three major countries. How to beat statism and legally arrest dictators; how to keep foundations transparent and how to make a profit for the foundations, to earn interest and further the main objectives set by NGOs and Foundations. Civic entities can and should make money to protect against Koch Brothers types around the world. How Mexican civic actors fight Presidential corruption. How Dragnea of Romania and his PSD party face loads of corruption charges together with the criminal Securitate officers embedded in the higher echelons of the society.
That does not continence investigation of government corruption by non-profit foundations.

Chapter six takes up Mexico as a case study, since 1985.
Pena Nieto, Mexican outgoing President in 2018,
has opposed investigations of his government’s corruption by independent Non-Profit organizations.
The need for transparency of expenditures is absolutely paramount in this type of operations by NPPOs (not-For -Private -Profit) organizations and Foundations.
The TEO legislation is laid out and the blueprint between U.S.-Mexico is working, and herein explained for other countries to follow.
The Romanian Minister of Finances, in 2015, has not approved this blueprint, because they are only interested in extracting money from the taxpayers, and in weakening civic polity.
The communist mentality is still there entrenched in the minds of the technocrats, and bureaucrats; they are not interested in fostering civic engagement or civil society, to the contrary, Securitate officers are still running the show, together with incompetent and corrupt Congressman and parliamentarian PSD dominated (one party system, the communists regrouped in), AKA the Social Democrats Party, Securitate (ex-security, compromised officers.)

Mexico has finally embarked on a new path for change, as the new elected admin is eradicating the corrupt government employees, cutting down their salaries, perks and focusing on eliminating the drug kingpins from power and Police.
A new dawn seems to be emerging for Mexico with the election of a third party. It is the new presidential and Congressional power.
Is it going to be a government-funded elimination of corrupt Congressmen, and Cleansing of the Congress plus Senate, led by famous opposition leader Porfirio Munoz Ledo & AMLO; or will it be just a resuscitation of the old PRI style government that has long been destroying the country and keeping the majority of Mexicans in poverty? Will he win the battle against corruption?
What is going to happen? Will the crooked military in the street be replaced by the honest police?
And how can the police break their centuries-old habit of corruption? How can the drug-dealers cartels be broken? It will take much time to know. As it is now, civil society’s role is to deflect attacks on Scions financing civil society; can these attacks at a presidential level, on NPPOS be restored to prominence? These are the questions.
Russia, as an authoritarian country is also comparatively analyzed, in comparison to Romania
Dr Olga’s Biography is the epitome of Civic Engagement, is the corollary of this enticing book.
The Conclusion is focusing on various levels of corruption in all 3 countries, and the prospects for a healthy civic polity, as the civic polity signs up to the new standards for transparency, inclusion, and equanimity.
The TEO legislation is laid out and the blueprint between U.S.-Mexico is working, and herein explained for other countries to follow.
The Romanian Minister of Finances, in 2015, has not approved this blueprint, because they are only interested in extracting money from the taxpayers, and a weak civic polity.

Civic Engagement Civil Society, and Philanthropy in the USA, Romania, And Mexico, is about anti-globalization movements: the bright and dark sides of globalization, interoperability of Blockchain and Clean Elections in the United States of America, Romania, and Mexico.
The Introduction to this book is about the role of civic society in Romania, and the United States, especially on how to placate dictators and dictatorships via civic engagement and the counterweight of civil society. The Romanian test case is explained – the new nomenclature imposing the nationalistic model by opposing civic engagement.
This theme is taken up by the author in the Biography, where agency and civic society are counteracting effectively the statist nationalism of PSD, a socialist popular party masquerading as a democratic party.
That does not continence investigation of government corruption by non-profit foundations.
Chapter six takes up Mexico as a case study, since 1985.
Pena Nieto, the Mexican outgoing President in 2018, has opposed investigations of his government’s corruption by independent Non-Profit organizations.
The need for transparency of expenditures is absolutely paramount in this type of operations by NPPOs (not-For -Private -Profit) organizations and Foundations.
The TEO legislation is laid out and the blueprint between U.S.-Mexico is working, and herein explained for other countries to follow.
The Romanian Minister of Finances, in 2015, has not approved this blueprint, because they are only interested in extracting money from the taxpayers, and a weak civic polity.
The communist mentality is still there entrenched in the minds of the technocrats, and bureaucrats; they are not interested in fostering civic engagement or civil society, to the contrary, Securitate officers are still running the show, together with incompetent and corrupt Congressman and parliamentarian PSD dominated (one monopolistic party system, the communists regrouped in), AKA the Social Democrats Party, Securitate (ex-security, compromised officers, wiretapping tourists un necessarily.) Moreover Securitate agents which make up the entrenched Social Democrats Party, a populist socialist of corrupt matrix, are using NATO sophisticate weaponry to arrest and torture Romanian citizens and diaspora. This is a fact, it has been reported by TIME magazine, August 12 issue, 2018, when over 300 people were arrested and beaten up in the securitate buildings because they demonstrated against the corrupt regime.

Similarly somewhat, in Mexico, citizens are being surveilled via their own cell phones, and are being sent menacing text messages by the security officers themselves, in the name of the current president Pena Nieto. Civic actors are sent death threats under Pena nieto. Mexico is indeed an Ingobernable state, as the film series presents its realities.

People have had it by now, so they voted in AMLO, a leftist President this year. the government uses expensive Israely wiretapping gadgets to threaten scions of civic engagement,fighting for human rights and exposing corrupt Presindent’s transgretiones.
The people has voted in change for the better, and has finally embarked on a new path for change, as the new elected admin is eradicating the corrupt government employees, cutting down their salaries, perks and focusing on eliminating the drug kingpins from power and Police. A new dawn seems to be emerging for Mexico with the election of a third party. It is the new presidential and Congressional power.

Is it going to be a government-funded elimination of corrupt Congressmen, and Cleansing of the Congress plus Senate, led by famous opposition leader Porfirio Munoz Ledo & AMLO?
or will it be just a resuscitation of the old PRI style government that has long been destroying the country and keeping the majority of Mexicans in poverty?
Will AMLO (the newly elected President) win the battle against corruption? will he legalized marijuana?

What is going to happen? Will the crooked military in the street be replaced by honest police? How does one test honesty in police agents, and Securitate agents? Blockchain software has the answers to Clean Elections in California and continental USA.

And how can the police break their centuries-old habit of corruption? How can the drug-dealers cartels be broken? It will take much time to know. As it is now, civil society’s role is to deflect attacks on Scions financing civil society; can these attacks at a presidential level, on NPPOS be restored to prominence? These are major the questions.

The Conclusion is focusing on various levels of corruption in all 3 countries, and the prospects for a healthy civic polity, as the civic polity signs up to the new standards for transparency, inclusion, and equanimity of the human spirit.

Email: olazin@ucla.edu
OLGA MAGDALENA LAZIN 8/2/2018

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