Understanding Our Global Network Structures
The GLIP Federation operates on the philosophy that in order for any social plight to be corrected; the five (5) major power structures within the society must be involved in the solution. We believe that in order to positively affect change within a society, all five (5) power structures must be affected and summoned upon for assistance and support. In the instance whereby one or more of these structures and elements are extricated, corrupted or underdeveloped, the society becomes prone to instability and therefore the downfall of the society becomes imminent. We represent the five (5) power structures with the acronym CROPS.
Five Power Structures of Society
Commercial Institutions – Religious Institutions – Official Governments – Professionals – Scholastic Institutions
The GLIP Federation’s Global Network is an extensive international network that extends to every nation and territory within the world. Within the Global Network there are Branches of International Power and National Leagues of International Power. The eight constituents Branches of International Power and their sub divisional Leagues are:
Branches of International Powers
Asian Leagues of International Power
African Leagues of International Power
-Afro-Diasporan League of International Power
-Black League of International Power
- -Afro-Continental League of International Power
American Leagues of International Power
North American league of International Power
-Canadian League of International Power
-United States League of International Power
-Native American League of International Power
South American League of International Power
Australian Leagues of International Power
Caribbean Leagues of International Power
European Leagues of International Power
Hispanic Leagues of International Power
Middle-Eastern Leagues of International Power
National Leagues of International Power
The National Leagues are extensive networks within the eight Branches of International Power; each nation posses a National League within its corresponding Branch. (For example: within the European League of International Power (EURO-LIP) exists the United Kingdom’s League of International Powers. Within each National League reside the five (5) fundamental Leagues of the Branch of International Power. These Leagues are the five (5) networks within the five (5) power structures within each nation.
Within the various branches of the GLIP Federation there are five (5) National Leagues of Power also known as CROPS; these Leagues combined together forms the backbone of each of the eight (8) Branch of International Power and its sub-divisional branches. These Leagues of National Power are:
National League of Commerce National League of Religious Institutions National League of Official Government National League of Professionals National League of Scholars
Functions of the National Leagues
The functions of the Leagues of National Power ultimately serve as points of contact and access into the various nations for information, resources and support required by the Federation to operate. These Leagues of National Power also serve as a great network; capable of mobilizing support from within sectors of power which exist within the multiple societies of the world. The myriad of networks within the National Leagues consist of a multitude of individuals, personalities and organizations which posses the capacity to affect and influence the various sub divisional environments of each power structure.
National League of Commerce:
This National League is concerned with the network of the various entrepreneurs, businesses owners, enterprises, and organizations (profit and non-profit).
National League of Religious Institutions:
This National League is concerned with the network of spiritual and religious leaders, organizations and institutions within the different cultures and groups of the society.
National League of Official Government:
This National League is concerned with the network of government officials and high powered figures within major corporations.
National League of Professionals:
The National League of Professionals serves as the point of contact for the Federation within the professional sectors within the society.
National League of Scholars:
The National League of Scholars serves as the point of contact for the educational sector of the society. This sector is concerned with educational entities, institutions and personalities involved within the processes of these institutions. This division is mainly concerned with the junior, secondary and tertiary level educational Institutions. Within the International League of Scholars there are three (3) main sub-divisions: