All humans share the same sets of emotions, physical needs, and feelingsfear and sorrow, courage and joy, aspirations and hopelessness, pessimism and optimism, resilience and surrender, repulsiveness and affinity, and the basic needs of thirst and hunger, shelter, and health care. In all of these, the most negatively impacted are the lives of the masses by the rhetoric, misdeeds, and crimes of party politicians on both sides of the political divide everywhere The masses feel helpless, but hope lies in the presence of conscientious individuals who uphold values and who find the courage and the will to voice out and act on behalf of the common men and women. And there are those who take on leadership roles with the objective of securing a better environment for their people. In And the Meek Shall Inherit Earth, author Ghazali PH Kho offers a series of essays exploring these issues and how to create a better society. From July of 2012 through June of 2014, the collection looks at a wide array of world geopolitical subjects including global denuclearization, media freedom versus personal privacy, social media as tools for crimes against humanity, and native ancestral lands and development. Insightful and intellectual, Kho presents a rational look at the many topics of concern for the masses of today.