The World Federalist and former head of the International School of London Ian Hackett, author of "The Spring of Civilization" (1973), wants to petition the future government of the United Kingdom. The petition is published in English and can be signed:
"Use our position at the UN to propose a Convention of representatives of all UN members to draw up a Constitution for Whole Earth Federation to provide a 21st Century replacement for the UN with the potential to bring us World Peace and Sustainability through World Law."
The petition's rationale is broadly in line with what Ian Hackett wrote in "The Spring of Civilization" in 1973. It is also largely identical with the reason why the Mondialists call for a democratic World Union. Everything is absolutely right.
However, the comparison with the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 as a historical example for the emergence of a future World Federation seems unsuitable to me. At that time, a small number of more or less democratically legitimized personalities adopted a constitution for the states on the North American east coast. The indigenous people and the Africans deported as slaves from their homeland were not taken into account. The conquest and settlement of the West was accompanied by genocide and organized crime. In 1861-65 a bloody civil war took place. The USA is unfortunately still not a shining example for a better world. A democratic and solidarity-based World Union must be done differently. This is no longer the task of political rulers alone, but a Affair of Mankind. In any case, we have no desire for a world civil war.
Then it remains to be seen who will govern Great Britain after 12 December 2019 and whether this government is even approachable for Ian Hackett's petition. Perhaps the Irish Sea needs to be renamed the "Gulf of Brexico". Of course it would be different and the country would stay in the European Union. I would like to mention that in my recent mail campaign to British Brexit opponents the page "Europe is not enough" was especially well received by the Liberal Democrats. That would be an interesting approach.