america's media crisis started with its biggest brands...Help teachers and children generatethe most exciting jobs creation game? A 21st C mashup of a board game like monopoly, a quiz like trivial pursuits, and both a mass media and an app such as jobs creation sharkette tank?. more : why not blog your peoples search for world record jobs creators ..last 7 years of generation of changing education
1 the board - maps of large continents and small islands, of super cities and rural villages, transportation routes for exchanging what people make connected to webs like Jack Ma's gateways where 3000 people co-create live for a day before linking in their networks (Notes on valuing freedom and happiness) join 25th year of debating whether we the parnets and youth can change education in tine to be sustainable
2 rules of jobs-rich trading games - lifelong grade 1 to 69, beginners to experienced connecting many previous games - eg game 1 if your region has no access to a seaport, how are trading dryports developed
3 backup every trial game ever played including successes & failures, searchable by valuable collaboration factors; geographically neighbouring, match particular skill (eg electrical engineerings) around the world
3.1 cases and the cultural lessons from future history that worldwide youth will need to translate if they are to be the sustainability generation
3.2 unexpected joys; eg often the most exciting innovations for linking the sustainability generation come from communities that had the least connections - eg some of the games best players are the women and girls who developed bangladesh as 8th most populous nation starting with next to nothing at independence in 1971; case sino-english translation of world record book of jobs creators- can you help us translate this into other mother tongues - isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com us we chat line 240 316 8157 - click to diary of good news youth journalism trips 8 to china, 1 korea, 3 arab emirates, 13 bangladesh 1 to japan

Monday, August 13, 2018


obamauni: see normanmacrae.net and valuetrue.com for engloish langiage antidotes to fake broadcast tv us 4 main channels and internet sexbooks- close vested nets down - accentuating weather disasters - never explaining rotting us infrastructure close nbc for apprentice omarosa-trump close cbs for sex ceo obvious why close abc & fox?

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

do you know if any american state has chartered as hopeful a plan as canada's in liberating youth and schools and communities to =get on with co-producing sustainability goals as the most urgent and imagine human have ever

Monday, July 2, 2018

latin am leaders- brazil ... argentina (host g20) ecuador unga head 2018-0219   ... mexico López Obrador won the 2018 presidential race by a landslide. He was the candidate for Juntos Haremos Historia, a coalition between the left-wing Labor Party, right-wing Social Encounter Party, and MORENA. He has proposed increases in financial aid for students and the elderly, amnesty for some drug war criminals,[12] universal access to public colleges,[13] cancellation of the New Mexico City International Airport,[14] a referendum over an energy reform that ended Pemex's monopoly in the oil industry,[15] stimulation of the country's agricultural sector, delay of the renegotiations of NAFTA until after the elections,[16][12] building of more oil refineries, increased spending for welfare, cutting politicians' salaries to avoid debt spending or higher taxes[17] and decentralization of the executive cabinet by moving government departments and agencies from the capital to the states.[18]

Saturday, April 14, 2018

beltroadtech

help us co-edit good news at BeltRoadTech.com

and EconomistDiary.com where we look at summits debating win-wins for youth livelihoods

 from my experiences in beijing may 2017: i would be surprised if less than 100 national and large-state leaders fail to attend belt road summit beijing may 2019 but worry that media who cover may not turn news into action learning students need to linkin

fortunately tech interclity ecosystems with EconomistDiary  may help move this agenda on
examples
fablab cities include boston shenzehen connect round makers and design technolgie- for example until recemtly all engineering (like sculpture - ) shaped designs by cutting things out - today additive engineerins (some call 3d printing) permits makers with comueters to engineer additively ; another fab lab technology is sensors; a blind person can now wear the same sort of sensors that give robot sight and so forth

damo cites the subject of this blog

huawei safety cities- huawei is a leader in making a city nearly 100% safe with mobile camers; not only is this prevalent across china but 12 african  countreis have been rpidly adopting tyhis - see kenya as a bencmark case

ride sharing cities - while this has gone more or less worldwide with eg uber whats more intersting is 2.1 of bike sharinhg schemes- about 30 yeras ago some cities in nordica started inviting oether cities for humans instead of cars- they pedsetrianised inner city centers and added bike lanes across town but bikes for hire werent that popular until a gps was added so that isers could leave thebike in any tidy place not just at a few racks

africa inveneted twtiter combined with gps location  - called unshahidi- this is emerging as one of world citizens biggest catalogues of open soirce solutions and ihubs across cities designing them

Thursday, April 12, 2018

governors who explain truth to americans of broken - media , lawyers, banking health - etc get every congress lobby attacking them- help list freedom of speech contributions by state governors eg linkedin unwomens

Thursday, January 4, 2018

the board
choose one of the world's largest continents
  1. Asia: 4.4 bn  Europe: (includes Russia) ) .75 bn Eurasia 5.15 bn
  2. Africa:   1.2 bn North America:  (includes Central America and Caribbean)  .575 bn; South America: 418,537,818    .42 bn
  3. Australia: 23,232,413 .023 bn

 add in any islands with superports or large economies; make any additions you like for example we play a lot of games around Eurasia 6&1;


continents by population
add to your map any of the worlds top container ports which it already has

now dont worry about countries if you could add one or two ports or railway lines so that hard working communities you care about could trade their produce what would you add, and which regional governors could help mark your idea-  try to choose a governor who already knows a world class ecommerce leader - we like jack ma because when he sees a region playing this game he comes and organsaies 3000 people celebrations but provided your place leaders have their own team of tech wizards they can choose who they prefer to partner to ensure that small enterprises are celebrated in and local competitions like shark tank or dragons den start coming to your communities

Some more on Jack Ma. Up to age 30 Jack's great passions was teaching english to thousands of his own age group which he learnt as he guided tourists round his hometown of hangzhou and explored the world with maps they drew for him. On jack's first visit to usa around 1994, he saw the worldwide web-something not then in China. His passion became how to create jobs with the web. Unlike fast venture capital in USA, China required what became its big 3 internet companies to experiment for over a decade only fully celebrating them in 2008 when ecommerce and alipay digital cash helped save china from the depression that americas subprime banks trapped the rest of the world in. In 2016 recognition of Jack's socia purposes came with hangzhou being awarded the hosting of chibna's g20. This was the first time that the world's 20 biiggest leaders had a chnace to claruify how they would help youth innovate the UN's new ssutainability gaols. Jack spent the best part of a year prepping extraordinary ideas download small enterprise china g20 report chaired by ALI BABA JACK MA -and see why greatest #learinggeneration thanks hangzhou in happiest collaboration opportunities ever played
Larouche/EIR map

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

why doesnt everyone celebrate the way the east built a post colonial world

If you look back from the end of world war 2 to the colonial world you will see largely speaking empires dictated trades with their colonies in ways that made the empire larger but however accidentally did so at the expense of the colony - what we might call zero-sum trade. This got wosre the more  already big nations needed more carbon fuels.

Every sustained development of an economy in the far east : japan (to number 2 economy in world by 1970 from rubble of world war defeat in 1946), south korea, singapore and china diaspora superports, mainland china and asean  has been post-colonial needing win-wins in the trading maps.  Today, all over the world we are spending 1000 times more on technologies of  virtual connectivity all over the world but the west big nations have invested anything much in updating real infrastructure so that small enterprises out of every comunity can trade.

What we hope elders in developed nations will see is:
1 everyone needs to experiment with making the sorts of maps outlined above -see eg world record job creator ian goldin 1 at oxford

2 you dont have to use the name "belt road" but it would be surprsising if china and the east dont have some of the most exciting examples to benchmark as this is how they have sustainably grown the East
3 the half of the world under 30 will only become the sustainability generation if we massively collaborate- the huge advantage going forward is that learning solutions multiply value in use , exactly opposite to the way that consuming up things focused solely on competition

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It is true that since 2012 China has enjoyed a leader xi jinping whose deveotion to developing his peoples his unlike any national leader that I can think of. Jinping has promised poverty will be ended during his tenure - by 2020. In china poverty is in landlocked western regions. The only way these will ever develoip is by buildimng corridors with other nations to ports and/or redesigning the ovelalnd silk raods that used to make the whole of asia and europe one world trade markets for small enetrprsies to celebrate the best of every local produce. While some belt corriidors require long term investment in new rialways and ports, it turns out that connecting china all the way to madrid in Europe mainly required cooperative innovation. This Chian express developed the idea of dry ports to a nde standard of excellemnce- at every national border where railway guages chnaged, the goal became unloading and relaoding trains of containers as efficiently as possible. The good thing about such junctions is they become perfect opportunities for youth on each side of the border to celebrate each other and the new trades, cultures, langiages that interact.

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World Record Book of Job Creation
Part 1 Innovative System Views of Economists
Part 2 Mapping Top 100 World Record Job Creators  (E-s) (W-N)
Part 1
1943-68 Chapter 1 Economist: western history is dismal, god bless worldwide girls and boys
Chapter 2 68 -72 Future journalism must be optimistic whilst realizing how inequiatable Industrial Revolution’s Era had been

 Chapter 1
During his last days as a teenager navigating Royal Airforce Planes over modernday Bangladesh and Myanmar,  dad Norman Macrae didn’t know he would be one of the lucky ones.

In the 15 years after worldwar 2 , Norman
Studied at Cambridge where he was one of the last to be tutored in Keynes general system of monetary theory – design systems to end poverty and celebrate youth’s better livelihoods out of every community

Married the daughter of the Mumbai chief justice who spent 25 years mediating the peaceful resistance of Mahama Gandhi before Sir Kenneth’s last job : writing up te legalese of India’s Independence

Celebrated that the America-led allies didn’t make the mistake of world war 1 reparation of punishing the beaten peoples. Both West Germany and Japan were given a fair chance to redevelop theor peoples and lands peacefully and economically which they took.

Norman did worry about Russia’s future control of Eastern Europe. His father was a British consul so he had been a child in Moscow’s British embassy while Stalin exterminated peoples. So Norman was glad to be the only journalist at Messina celebrating the peaceful conception of te European Union. But he was soon to rue how the idea of free markets for small entrepreneurs was soon turned into the bureaucratic opposite.

Norman also worried about national health and pension plans which were clearly ponzi schemes launched by old 1950s politicians that would one day disadvantage most of Europe's youth once the population bubbles moved from youth to elderly. 
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This was part of the reason why he took great jpy in discovering around 1960 that his old enemy Japan had developed a new economic  model. Here was the way out of the empire trap that had designed world trade around zero-sum games in which the empire gained and the colonized lost. Quality systems (which the Japanese learnt from the American electrical engineer Deming) and applied especially in civil engineering such a s bullet trains and electronic calculators (the pathway to computing and space) offered win-win markets to multiply world trade round. Soon the chinese diaspora was mapping the east’s superports with the result that adfer usa japan became the second largest financial network and chinese diaspora the third

Norman narvelled that Kennedy could set several thousands brains and computer networks on a successful race to the moon. But for Norman the significance of this achievement was what would happen next back on earth. Norman declared in 1968 the challenge that became his lifelong exploration – what will happen to children of the 21st century with 2015 destined to be spending over 1000 times more on the technolpgies of connectivity. (Normans back of he envelope artithemn – moores law of doubling every 7 years of spend on the technology from 1946 to 2015)

Norman knew enough about local to global system designs to know that the 21st C would come of age spinning either the best of times or the worst of times. What sustainability goals would need to be collaborated around with as much positive human energy as the moon race

Some world record job creators to follow up from chapter 1

E90 Akio Morita, E91 Taiichi Ohno, E92 Eiji Toyoda
W90 Deming and E99 Hirohito,  W91 Macarthur, W92 Beate Sirota Gordon,  W10 Prince Charles typifying Japan’s leap beyond colonised models of world trade

E99 Gandhi and W99 Kennedy – leaders who changed the west’s goals but gave their lives to the process. Additionally W98 Maria Montesorri without whom Gandhi’s education revolution and village schooling would not have planted something wonderful in the mess that was collapsing British Empires.

W97 Keynes, W96 Einstein and W95 Von Neumann all of whom advocated system designs that arre bottom up and open not top-down and bordered.

Adam Smith W94 , James Wilson W93, W92 Walter Bagehot on whose design rules the first 100 years of The Economist was based. See The Economist autobiography of its own centenary in 1943.

Chapter 2 68 -72 Future journalism must be optimistic whilst realizing how inequitable Industrial Revolution’s Era had been\

While the two decades after world war 2 so the rapid ending of many European empires, the way industrial revolution had become one of extracting carbon fuels so that some nations could get bigger and bigger had continued. The opportunity to innovate during tIR had been very unevenly distributed. While some humans were racing to the moon. Almost half of the world’s people still had no access to electricity grods at the time of moon landing

In parallel to the race to the moon at least 3 earth-changing happenings emerged in the decade up to 1972:
Latin America debated what sort of catholicism it most believed in and decided on values that represent the Franciscan branch – in general this respects those faith leaders who come and live with the more; this was translated into the education philosophy of action learning with the poor advanced by Barzila Paulo Freire.

The Chinese were deciding being a closed society behind a great wall wasn’t the future. This once great civilization was stirring with over a billion people looking for more productive ways to live. The top down system which has starved over 50 million peoples was replaced bu barefoot doctors in the villages and agrarian keynsianism so that farmers would never starve again.

Bangladesh emerged as a free nation having suffered the double short-straw of colonisation first by the british and then west pakistan. Miraculously the ideology of Paulo Freire was adopted by leaders of the race to end poverty across the rural villages of bangladesh. There was some sharing of knowledge with china particularly on rice science the agricultural innovation that did most to end famine.

To Norman post-industrial meant:
Win-win world trades as japan, south korea and then the Chinese – superports epitomized
The end of big nations having an endless pursuit of carbon
Valuing how service and knowledge economies increasingly depend on valuing people not just consuming things
Reviewing what short-term fixes to financial systems –eg paper currencies printed at the whim of politicians – could not sustain te future
Re-asserting keynes view that increasingly inly economists determne what futures are possible for a place’s next generation

1968: Time to imagine how sS.Africa could go beyond apartheid

So Norman published this 1972 future of the next 40 years with a checklist of issues around which the best or worst of times would spin

Further references
Paulo Freire
Banagldesh’s adoption of pauklo freitre by fazle abed (and later muhamamd yunus)
Energaebce of Singapore as led by

Henry kissingers first visit to china