American legacy on human sustainability.........LiveDairyMay2015..................................... during era 1946-2030 of spending 4000 times more on commns: 1969 (moon landing), 1976,1983, 1990, 1997 -5 curiosity crossroads to global social value which www millennials most needed America to mediate openly and recursively -diary of whihc american uni are worth global youth's time - eg columbia ny2010: remembering UG and ER. 1843: James Wilson founds The Economist to end hunger, throw out vested interests from parliament, question biggest decisions of industrial revolution transparently ahead of exponential impacts..queen victoria liked idea-dispatched james to calcutta to reform raj economics where he died 9 months later due to lack or oral rehydration- his son-in-law walter bagehot took up challenge of reforming English constitution; 130 years after James launch it occurred the economics editors that the post-industrial revolution of the internet generation would need even more bottom-up entrepreneurial mediation if millennials sustainability and end poverty were to continue unite the human race. If James were alive today we think he would be editing moocs on Preferential Option Poor- by health, agriculture and you tell us -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

http://www.nytimes.com/1985/04/02/books/books-of-the-times-135485.html

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THE 2025 REPORT: A Concise History of
the Future 1975-2025. By Norman Macrae. 258 pages. Macmillan. $18.95. WHEN Gary Hart became President in 1988, he found himself confronted by a frightening situation. At his first major briefing from the Central Intelligence Agency, he learned that the most politically influential general in the Soviet Union had been bombarding his colleagues in the Kremlin with memos arguing that they should take advantage of their temporary position of strength and pursue a much more aggressive foreign policy, on the assumption that if they set the West a series of deliberate challenges an inexperienced American administration would be bound to run away from them.
All very scary, but fortunately there were members of the Politburo who were equally alarmed. One of them, Andrej Borovsky, sent a secret message to the President revealing that he and a group of colleagues planned to take power, but they could only hope to succeed if they had American support. Once their coup had succeeded, they would move as quickly as possible to introduce an open society and a free-market economy.
A cool customer, Borovsky. He had even thought things through to the point where he was skeptical about the likely benefits of economic aid; he was convinced that the part played by the Marshall Plan in the recovery of West Germany had been exaggerated, because ''it was the do-gooders' best excuse for explaining why brutal free markets worked.''
If his letter sometimes makes him sound suspiciously Westernized, it is not altogether a coincidence. Norman Macrae, who conjured him up, has been deputy editor of The Economist for the past 20 years, and almost everything in ''The 2025 Report'' has a touch of the breezy hyperconfident manner that that journal generally favors. Mr. Macrae is an old hand at the game of economic prophecy, and it should be said that he has had some outstanding successes in his time; he was one of the first, for example, to predict the postwar rise of Japan.
On this occasion he foresees a happy outcome. The Americans take a gamble on Borovsky, and ''the glorious and almost bloodless Russian counter-revolution of 1989-90'' is followed by a long period known as ''the gunboat years,'' during which the two superpowers exercise an increasing degree of global hegemony. This is frequently denounced as neo- colonialism, which it is - but it is also the only effective way of policing a world in which many states are ruled by despots who might well turn out to be crazy enough to use nuclear weapons.
Meanwhile, the Third World is still desperately poor, there is a looming possibility of conflict between North and South, and finally in the year 2005 a new American President who is called Roberta Kennedy (and how one wishes she weren't) sounds the alarm. Viewers throughout the world are invited to participate in a two- way television symposium, and several million tap in suggestions on their terminals. After computers have sifted the good ideas from the dross, the result is the creation of the ''Centrobank,'' a body empowered to supply the poorer countries with enough new foreign exchange to insure internal growth ''at the fastest possible non-inflationary pace but not by one penny faster.''
The Centrobank system is not only a triumphant success; it also leads to a rapid decline in the importance of governments, and of the nation state. And at this point Mr. Macrae switches from political science fiction to socioeconomic prediction; the rest of his book consists of a survey of the kind of world he thinks we can expect by 2025 if freedom and rationality are given a chance.
It will be a world of unprecedented abundance - thanks to such things as crop engineering, microbial mining, the cultivation of ''single cell protein'' - and a world of unprecedented freedom, in which people will be able to live more or less where they choose and ''telecommute'' to work. Children will be able to start work, if they want to, as soon as they have taken their ''Preliminary Exam'' (on average, at the age of 10 1/2; along with reading, writing, computer and so forth, the subjects tested will include ''emotional balance'' and ''civilized living''). Adults who have been studying or enjoying their leisure will be able to resume work at virtually any time, even in their 80's.
Along with many other advances in medicine and health care, genetic engineering - of a strictly nonsinister variety - will perform all kinds of miracles. (In one of the miniature biographies woven into the text, an Indonesian girl born without limbs acquires them through surgical ''tissue transformation'' - and goes on to win a gold medal for swimming in the Olympics.) Complicated brain scans will provide a safeguard against crime and potential insanity, particularly in public figures, and indeed it will be standard practice to send a printout of one's own scan to anyone with whom one has important dealings.
As utopias go, Mr. Macrae's seems to me reasonably plausible. But like most examples of the genre, it begs some large questions about power (will politics really wither away quite so easily?) and about the less attractive aspects of human nature (which are hard to expel even with the most scientific of pitchforks). And - again like most utopias - some of the goals that he assumes are desirable will strike many readers as repellent, or stultifying, or hopelessly banal. Those exams in civilized living, for instance, or his predictions about a flowering of the arts thanks to better opinion sampling, which could almost be mistaken for deliberate satire.
Still, he has written a lively, good- humored book, with a few nice quirky touches. And when he tells us that in 40 years' time alcohol consumption will virtually have disappeared, he is human enough to add, ''except for certain expensive wines.'' I was reminded of the character in one of Bernard Shaw's plays who was ''only a beer teetotaller, not a champagne teetotaller.''
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exciting news from shanghai summit of BRICS tarde mkinsters
lets open source curriculum of ecommerce we want across belt road

and open up one window portal demonstrating how up to 20 agencies at a birder can share same form

and invite world to join our expo to be hosted in beijing next year

cgtn video on this to come

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Dear Wolf  2000 liberty student unions   cc alex ceo conscious capitalism

i wonder whether either of these most urgent class of 2017=18 projects would interest your 2000 student unons and 30 intercity chapters

A) help korea link together  across globe2500 governors of half million peoples race to zero carbon by 2030 - announced to 80 delegations of aiib by governor won of jeju island seconded by korean prime minister jae-in



 
B) unite every franciscan end poverty social franchise (eg all originated by jim kim or sir fazle abed) plus tech wizards eg jack ma plus servant leaders eg xi jinping  and big-data-small investment  banking parterships at g20 argentina summer 2018 

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CONTEXT for those who hope economics or media or education or new tech can sustain under 30s

0 my father was among last to be taught by keynes that guru economists are the next generation's greatest ideological enemy except where their monopoly in designing systems with compound impacts consciously mediates:

0.1 integration of next generation livelihoods into everything they analyse/credit with preferential attention to those born poorest

0.2 poorest = places, underclasses (often female if one reviews history) and cultures that industrial revolution 1 exponentially excluded because of its top down and zero-sum race to grab carbon and other natural resources ( even to externalise risk onto societies where  risks  were already least consciously communicated sector be sector)

0,3 By1969: while being happy that part of the world had proved man and computer could collaborate to reach the moon, dad was well aware that by 1969 over third of humanity were not yet on electricity grids- crisis of indsutrial rev 1 was it freed opportunity to innovate very unevenly geographically and its zero sum models supplemented by tv were spiralling toward big get bigger, arms races as other dismal endgames including western politicians ruling over fear not servant leadership....hence after 25 years of mediating "economics" he spent rest of his life joyfully mediating future history of will 3 generations invest in milennials being first sustainability generation

1.0 Entrepreneurial Revolution From Christmas Day 1976 survey of entrepreneurial revolution (co-published in italian by a young romano prodi) my father's key editorial/lifelong question in The Economist was would we go global sustainably (little sister not big brother) and co-create 3 billion new jobs around first networked generations including 1 billion by going beyond carbon. 

2 ER & CHINESE CAPITALISM YEAR 1-41
 2.1 A year later (1977) in his one trip to china father was overjoyed to see billionnaire chnese diaspora who had engineered the regions superports (already the 3rd economic trading network after us and japan) were being invited to inward invest as the first non-state corporates- global villages linking every country's future innovation should want to win-win trade with the future of china and the future of sustainable youth: is it possible to bank round win-win currency/hi-trust exchanges?- interestingly chinese capitalism only permitted 3 waves of big corporates- the third scaling from 
1999-2008 being BAT exactly 3 internet corporate ecosystems only one of which in 2008 had hundreds of tech wizards capable of answering  how to prevent subprime from collapsing china too - while americans with Obama blinking were chained to paper printing of too big to fail banks with the fed, the chinese elected a virtual social credit network whose ownership is intriguingly neither corporate nor state and whose future analytic drivers of big data small mirrors those of blockchain alumni although its 2 main study groups in tsinghua and peking university dont necessarily use that name

2.2 2015 Since the UN reframed dialogues around sustainability goals , chinese student networks cooperatively coordinated by amy (aka alizee) have been tracking who's actually been including next generation voice in public-private partnership innovation processes and summit updates. At China G20 august 2016 both jinping (real world investments) , jack ma virtual world announced that every major summit they hosted would try and maximise youth and sme conscuious inclusion in every market. Depending which of about 7 summit formats you review, they have helped host betwen 30 and 80 nations and all 3 of UN World Bank and IMF now recoginse china as doing most to lead collaboration call for youth sustainability

3.0 are any of these action network and conflict resolution agendas across american continent of 2017-2018 -are any of thise relevant to the 2000 student unions of liberty?

3.1 China maps its relationship with primarily 11 regions of the world including one which is inside china, others pivotal to reconnecting trade routes from asia to europe - the only way west china can ever empower its youth and partners in developing the poorest middle of asia to europe catch up with china's east coast (in some cases 10 times bigger economy per person that west china)  - jinping also maximises any cluster of nations forum he has inherited eg BRICS; 

3.2 as you may know in spite of being the most populous economy, the most growing economy, and if you were to include intangibles the biggest economy china is not included in g7 but was helped particularly by canada to have a key role in g20

3.3 the consequence from china's viewpoint is 2017-2018 is most urgent year for clarifying futures of trade between east and america south and canada to america north

3.4 last week jack ma and his canaduan friends trained 3000 youthful americans at Gateway17 in Detroit



this col;ege year china is asking all nations youth of global 2.0 to maximise solutions that appeal to franciscans due to argentina g20 july 2018

I was in korea 2 weeks ago at the annual debrief of 80- delegations of asian infrastructire investment bank whose overall "free/conscious market" role is to change investment banking so that sustainable uinfrastructires and green flourish

two of the urgent networks announced are particularly actionable

1 my fathers friend lord stern has been asked to align the views of 15 eminent people on future of investment banking and maximise the debate of these with all g20 networks converging in argentina'

2 korea the country host of this tears aiib announced -in the sessions on supercities -  that its contribution to the future of places is to invite 2500 governors each responsible for half a miilion people to join green bg bang club- =where every place shares/trades its solutions to the common goal of carbon zero by 2030- clearly this is a challenge that worldwide students could have fun linking regional leaders into - and would be synergetic with both bloomberg and scharzenegger visiting macron to promise us regions and business are still in the climate compact

i assume there are 2 ways americas relationships with china will go:
trump will continue with walls which will make bot south american and canada ever ckoser to china

somehow conscious american student unions across usa and tech wizards and the jinping family  will help trump learn that when it comes to most of youth's 3 billion next jobs- china can be his best friend as eg kissinger first briefed him and jinping last december  - latest update premier li at summer davos in china this week







===============locally and through usa inner cities : baltimore dc....
as you may know king has been coordinating conscious youth, black, and latin dialogues for many years now; for 10 years   my family has sponsored student journalists (increasingly from china) to visit bangladesh which is with way ahead on celebrating the most girls livelihoods can be- and among other skills amy who knows sir fazle abeds family has been trained to host open spaces of upo to 5000 youth live- she will be linking in out of columbia university 2017-2018 as well as continuing research of who leaders should meet if and when they are travelling to beijing or other key cities  ---where jack ma chairs the 30 most conscious business leaders in the world while jinping tries to mediate the most conscious public servants ever racing from old top down system designs to ones that industrial revolution 4 needs to be about if every youth livelihood is to flourish

Chinese Americans first organised by kissinger in 1988 hub primarily out of 4 american cities:
'the new organiser of c100 hubs out if san franscisco and that is where next years annual c100 summit will be held;
dc just hosted this years annual summit of how can chinese americans keep  gateway to china open..
los angeles is jack ma's each way bet beyond trump now alibaba is main sponsor of olympics
new york remains the place that eg kissinger prefers to brief c100 meetups and see if other asia society groups can finally bury old hostilities- the triad japan-korea-china is what all hemispheres need to free global youth to friend

jack ma in true keynsian style has been asking whether the open digital economy will be fifth or first biggest by 2024 - he would prefer 5th biggest if each of usa-americas,  europe,  japan-korea and china are to play the most exciting win-win roles in valuing youth world trade of global2.0

obviously the earlier a massive student movement engages the more room for their own sustainability trading solutions to link in to argentina 2018

cheers
chris macrae   dc 240 316 8157    www.economistlearning.com  www.economistchina.net 
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brooking in dc is graced by chng li usa's main biographer of jinping's diaries- it is the next 3 months where jinping chooses his top team for his final 5 years - it is a testimony to his extraordinary grace that he has kept americas in the main win-win conversations to 2017-2018; many around him say he should have been prioritising india- fortunately india hosts g20 in 2019 and jinping has located aiib may 2018 in mumbai - in effcet i assume modi and jinping are wise enough to call N2 dialoagues whenever they need outside the blaring s=distraction which is western media; which leaves north korea- if usa blows that up, jinping wil be forced out and no nation will ever trust any american connection for rest of our lives...