Feisal Mansoor: About the Saradiel Party
Feisal spent more than 20 years as a Systems Analyst and programmer until he burnt out in 1991. For the last 20 years, he has been redeveloping a coconut plantation according to Sustainable Principles.
The Saradiel Party is an unincorporated people’s movement under whose umbrella independent political candidates can gather and present themselves to their electorate.
This is an edited segment from the weekly live General Assembly meeting on March 14, 2022. This presentation is also available on Rumble and on Odysee. The full General Assembly Meeting is available in our Video Library.
Here’s what WCH members, staff, and coalition partners are saying about Feisal’s presentation:
“Feisal your work and insight is so important and I can’t wait to work more with you! Such a pleasure listening to you!!” -Zoe
“Great insights Feisal. What brutal history of the “colonization”. Your mission points are super.” -Dr Mark Trozzi
“I am deeply touched to see Feisal, a Sri Lankan brother from the nation’s Muslim minority becoming an ambassador of the native culture which most of the majority Sinhala Buddhist people have forgotten. The way forward is to escape from the trap of globalisation and protect each nation’s independence and traditional ways – to live with nature, instead of destroying nature and destroying ourselves in the process because we’re misled by those like Gates who want to modify everything, including our food and genes.” -Dr Pri Bandara
“Beautiful to know that this wisdom is still alive and reawaken all over this planet in these times…” -Dhristof Plothe
“This concept reminds me of the Ancient Egyptian concept of Ma’at, which in Southern Afrika we refer to as UbuNtu, beyond just human harmony, it stands for Cosmic Balance, Equilibrium, Divine Harmony.
Feisal’s representation reminds me also of the Ghanaian concept of Sankofa – To Go Back and Fetch That Which Worked, but was Lost.” -Green Ankh Works
“Thanks Feisal. Inspiring!” -Dr Mark Trozzi
“Absolutely stunning and great meeting tonite… if we succeed in spreading this around the world, a ton of diseases disappear!” -Stephan Becker
During a crucial and difficult time in Sri Lanka Feisal has given a brilliant speech. I hope Sri Lankans will be inspired by it and behave with Ahimsa. Ceylon (Sri Lanka) was known as the Granary of the East at one time. Its difficult to imagine it now. Thank you Feisal, you did us proud.
I also hope you have a youth section that can follow up. As Menzi said, S African culture has a similar culture and tradition and later it was mentioned that these good and noble values were all over the world. Youth could research about the age-old wisdom of each culture and learn by it and will work enthusiastically with your wonderful team.