(Updated January 22, 2023)

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This website describes the very important work I am doing to implement:










  • The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) because they are "By far the most important, largest initiative and best opportunity for reform in the world, ever." Implementation of the SDGs will resolve all the major problems of the world including permanent ending the use of nuclear weapons, wars, global warming, poverty, hunger, inequality, famine, etc and provide healthcare for all, clean water, good paying jobs, etc.

  • My very important and large Whistleblower Claim which will provide the funds needed by both the public and private sector to implement the more important parts of the UN SDGs because implementations of the UN SDGs are severely underfunded in both the public and private sectors. It also ends the Federal Reserve, a very corrupt organization and a central bank, one of the largest causes of inequality and poverty all over the world. It will immediately provide over $6 trillion to the federal government and at least an additional $20 trillion over the next couple of years.






    About the UN SDGs:

    There are icons below that show the short titles of all the UN SDGs. Clicking on these icons reveals the SDG's longer title and by scrolling down, you will find more information about the SDG and links to more information including the SDG's Targets.

    The entire world, including the United States, has agreed to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their 169 Targets in their countries. Developed countries, including the U.S., have agreed to help all the developing countries with their implementation. This means all the countries of the world will resolve all the significant issues/problems of the world and we will have for example:

  • A truly free, peaceful, prosperous and democratic, equitable and just world where all people are freed from the undue stress securing meaningful work at a living wage and obtaining the Necessities and Needs for a Decent Life.

  • World peace, no nuclear weapons  and  all disputes and conflicts solved by peaceful means

  • No poverty or hunger with nutritious food, quality healthcare and decent housing

  • Full employment and guaranteed living incomes

  • No global warming and climate change and mitigation of all their adverse effects

    You can see many additional things we will have when the SDGs are implemented.by clicking here.

  • There are 17 UN SDGs, which are numbered 1 through 17, and 169 Targets for an average of about 10 Targets for each SDG. The first one or two digits of the target number followed by a decimal point is the number of the SDG of which the Target is part. After the decimal point, the Targets are numbered numerically with a few letters (a, b, c) after the numbers.

  • The spirit and intent of the SDGs are clear and fantastic; however, they are goals and targets not strategies, plans or actions

    So, to implement the SDGs, my organization PeopleNow.org has prepared:

  • A Draft Strategic Plan (USP)

  • Numerous Target Actions (TAs) that cover about one third of the 169 SDG Targets.

  • Forty four draft Target Action Plans (TAPs), which are collections of Target Actions (TAs), to implement the more urgent Targets.

  • The draft Action Plan -  AP45 Plan for the Public and Private Sectors to Rapidly Implement the more urgent UN SDG Target Action Plans (TAPs)

Additional TAPs must be prepared to implement the other two thirds of the Targets.

SDGs, TAPs and TAs are described in the Glossary of Terms. All significant paragraph of the TAPs are uniquely numbered making it easier to add items, recommend changes, edit these documents, collaborate and work together.

The Draft Target Action Plans (TAPs) prepared mainly for the U.S. Federal Government, will be replicated and modified for use in parallel plans in cities, states, other nations, the United Nations and its related organizations as applicable.  This will result in lessons learned and better ways  to implement TAs and TAPs being fed into all TAs and TAPs as applicable.

Organizations and individuals with a better plan(s) or significant issues for which there is no TA or TAP, send them to info@peoplenow.org and PeopleNow.org will help integrate or insert them into existing TAPs or develop new TAPs.

Problems We Face and the Solutions to Them:

  • 2.7 billion people have no hand washing facilities

  • 2.7 billion people suffer from hunger, 149.2 million children under the age of 5 years of age were stunted, 45.4 million wasted, and 38.9 million overweight.

  •  2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water at home.
  • 670 million people worldwide live in extreme poverty (live on less than $1.90 a day)

  • 22.7 million children missed basic vaccines

  • 1.3 million people died from Tuberculosis

  • 2.4 million people still use ineffective cooking systems which contributes to global warming

  • 5,895 migrants lost their lives in 2017

  • 1.6 billion people have experienced discrimination

Solution: Implement appropriate Target Action Plans (TAPs) to correct the above challenges

  • Under the law, I am supposed to get 15 to 30 percent of what the government gets. I did not file this Whistleblower Claim to get rich. I will give most of my funds to the private sector to implement the more important parts of the UN SDGs.

  • Calls for the government, to start printing US Notes instead of giving Federal Reserve Notes to the Fed who loans them to the large banks at very low interest rates. Then, the government borrows Federal Reserve Notes back from the banks at very high interest rates.

  • Problem: Global Warming is accelerating faster than most scientists expecte according to a statement by more than 11,000 scientists in 153 nations. Also, "The planet is heading towards warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and the planet's current path is catastrophic" according to a recent UN Report.

    • Solution: In response, PeopleNow.org will help develop detailed plans to implement the two UN SDGs that address global warming - SDGs 7 "Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all" and 13 "Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts." PeopleNow.org will ensure the many organizations working on climate change work together and collaborate.

    According to an article based on a huge report by UN Experts on Protecting Wild Species and  Why It Matters:

    The world's sixth mass extinction event is already underway and humans have altered and exploited nature in such a way that, in 2019, the most comprehensive assessment of life on Earth revealed 1 million species were threatened with extinction within decades based on a huge report by UN experts. Reversing the biodiversity crisis is paramount for the billions who rely on wild species for health, income and food.

    In response, PeopleNow.org will help develop detailed Target Action Plans (TAPs) to implement parts of the two UN SDGs that address the biodiversity crisis:

    UN SDG 14 "Life Below Water" Target 14.a "Increase scientific knowledge, develop research capacity and transfer marine technology... to improve ocean health and to enhance the contribution of marine biodiversity to the development of countries that rely on ocean species for health, income and food in particular small island developing States."

    UN SDG 15 "Life on Land," in particular, Target 15.1 "Take urgent and significant action to reduce the degradation of natural habitats, halt the loss of biodiversity and, by 2020, protect and prevent the extinction of threatened species" and Target 15.a "Mobilize and significantly increase financial resources from all sources to conserve and sustainably use biodiversity and ecosystems."

  • Problem: Despite their urgency, the U.S. Federal Government has done very little to even plan the implementation of the SDGs and what little work being done is uncoordinated, some work is duplicated and some critical items are being missed.

  • Problem: In his book "Sane Society," Erich Fromm states that major changes must include simultaneous changes in the related spheres economic, education, political and cultural spheres. Changes restricted to one sphere are destructive of every change. For example, as wars are ending and the military and defense workers become employed, jobs must be prepared ahead of time for them, or we will have massive unemployment which would be destructive of immigration and the minimum wage.

  • Problem: Some parts of the UN SDGs and their Targets need refining, rewording, and will routinely need to be made to them as they are implemented and situations change. Also, many SDGs and Targets are not ambitious enough.

    • Solution: If anyone has any changes they would like to make, send it to info@peoplenow.org and PeopleNow.org will send it to the UN for approval. For example, Target 2.2 states "By 2030, end all forms of malnutrition, including achieving, by 2025, the internationally agreed targets on stunting and wasting in children under 5 years of age, and address the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women and older persons ." PeopleNow.org has rewritten it to read "As soon as possible, end all forms of malnutrition every where in the world beginning with children. Also, as rapidly as possible, achieve the internationally agreed targets on stunting and wasting in children under 5 years of age, and address the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women and older persons." PeopleNow.org will send the revised Target 2.2 to the UN for approval.

  • Problem: We are way behind implementing the UN SDGs. President Obama committed the United States to implement the UN SDGs in September 2015. Very little has been done since then.

  • Problem: The SDGs remain severely underfunded until my Whistleblower Claim is implemented.

How we will resolve the major problems of the world is by forming teams of experts from the public and private sectors



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