It is always time for NeoPeopleism

In June 2012 I realized a deep and unsettling truth: that our financial and political systems treat people badly, including in wealthier countries. Almost 10 years later things are even worse for most people: there are many more billionaires and a lot more poverty.

When I heard words like NeoLiberalism and NeoConservatism I wondered, where is the word that means “People matter most”?

So I created the word NeoPeopleism. The meaning behind it was already there, and has been throughout history – from the first ancient circle of humans sitting around a fire. We have always known that caring for people and sharing prosperity are vital for stable and successful communities and societies.

We are now, unfortunately, experiencing a long time goal of #extremegreed: the rich paying no income or wealth taxes.

It is clear that denying people a fair wage and respect is increasing social tensions, including division, racism and nationalism. Healthy, respected and employed people spread compassion and inclusion, not violence and division.

Our whole society and world will benefit by the changes we can make.

So it's time for us all to be more active and purposeful in valuing people in our daily lives, businesses and political efforts.

To help with that, I invite you to explore my NeoPeopleism pages and postersLet's show that people matter most!


Odie Bear our cat is on Instagram

After keeping our cat, Odie Bear, to ourselves I realized the world needs to share in his unique blend of humor, yoga and perspectives on people. Visit Odie Bear on Instagram!


My Instagram site reinterprets life with humor and fresh eyes.
It is also rated G, so it's suitable for the family.

I really think you will enjoy Odie's take on life, yoga and the pursuit of happiness.

Rob Hueniken

You too can be a Social Advocate

My love of community, fairness and shared prosperity came into focus in 2012, when I created NeoPeopleism. Its tag line “People Matter Most” is a stand against the economic and political forces that created our Winner-take-all economy, and diminished the hopes and prosperity of people through extreme greed. Click here to see more posters. By… Continue Reading

Valuing our times together

Valuing our times together

The recent passing of my father was another reminder of the importance of family and community. He loved talking with people, and exploring their interests, concerns and joys. Everyone who talked with him came away listened to, understood, and very often motivated to be more caring and hard working in their own lives. Here’s a… Continue Reading

Step up to Step 3

Step up to Step 3

Recognizing the problems in our world is one thing. Figuring out where we stand on them is the second. The trick is step 3, which more people are starting to do: Taking action to change things. Step up to step 3! [Return to the home page of] Continue Reading

Very Important People – Redefining the VIP

The classic definition of a VIP is a Very Important Person. It is someone whose stature is above the regular person. They are respected, they are recognized as special, and they are given accolades and preferential treatment. We tend to think of VIPs as movie stars, famous musicians and rich people. We're shown these famous… Continue Reading