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UN SDG Target 17.16.1, 17.17.1 & TAP #55

55. Build the Nonpartisan, Nonhierarchic, Massive Global Matrix Network (MGMN) of Individuals, Organizations, Events and Miscellaneous Items with Each’s Nine Digit Zip Codes, which Provides Locations Neighborhood, Community, City, State and Political Districts of Each

(Last updated September 16, 2016)


“It only takes 5% of the population with good morals to ensure

that positive change is achieved.”

   – Martin Luther King Jr.


 

55.1    Introduction


The Massive Global Matrix Network (MGMN) is a key element of the MGM&USP relational database including the nine-digit zip of the following which provides their physical locations.

 

55.1.1 Individuals for example individuals that are in need of a certain necessity of life e.g. nutritious food

 

55.1.2 Organizations e.g. the one that would deliver the food

 

55.1.3 Events (meetings, seminars, demonstration etc.) and miscellaneous locations (airports, supply centers, etc.) e.g. schedule for delivery of the food

 

55.1.4 Miscellaneous Locations e.g. location of the available nutritious food to be delivered, where it is needed


For example individuals that are in need of a certain necessity of life e.g. nutritious food, the nearest location of the necessary food and the organization that will deliver the food


The original version of MGMN is in Act! Premium in the Cloud.


While we are getting organized individuals working on change-and-reform will be linked—via the organization from whom the individual normally receives communications to the Massive Global Movement and Universal Matrix Network (MGMN). These organizations will continue to maintain their own email and address lists and the individual's Nine Digit Zip Code, which defines the Neighborhood, Community, City, State and Political District(s) for individuals, organizations and events.


The Massive Global Matrix Network (MGMN) will build on existing movements and will ultimately be a comprehensive relational data base of Individuals and organizations working on change and reform that inked—via a Project Management System and Advanced-Communications System—individuals and organizations. It will have the fields found in contact data bases for movements and organizations plus:

 

    Nine digit ZIP Codes where each individuals lives and works and for the sites of meetings, events, etc.

 

    Issues that individuals have expertise

 

    Actions that individuals are working

 

    Individuals vocations, qualifications and field of work they would like to be in and where


It will be initiated by integrating the existing movements, alliances and organizations and by requesting leaders of progressive organizations to become Partner Organizations and send announcements, messages, press releases, etc., that have been approved by an appropriate advisory board to their lists and their social and business media as appropriate and add the information listed in Section 55.4 below to their data bases. They are not required to share or divulge their lists or this information with others.


It is a work in progress. Comments, suggestion and ideas are welcomed and can be forwarded to PeopleNow.org by email: RefineThePlan@PeopleNow.org or fax 703-521-0849. If you would like to help refine and implement it, please email Volunteer@PeopleNow.org.


Table of Contents

 

55.1    Introduction

 

55.2    Purpose

 

55.3    Objectives

 

55.4    Actions:

     55.4.1 Design, Develop and Build the Massive Global Matrix Network

     55.4.2 Maintain a Database of the Principals of Large Potential Partner Movements, Alliances, and Organizations and their Admin Assistants

           55.4.3 Initiate the MGMN by requesting that Principals and their administrative-assistants forward Information—about the MGM&USP—to all their members.

     55.4.4 Schedule Emails to these Principals and their Admin Assistants and call the Admin Assistants to schedule phone and/or in person discussions

     55.4.5 Record results of the conversations in a standard format

     55.4.6 Information, as available, to be included for individuals in the (MGMN)

     55.4.7 Information, as Available, to be included for All Partner Organizations and Their Primary Point(s) of Contact

     55.4.8 Arbitrary Actions for Everyone

     55.5.1 Principles:

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55.2    Purpose to build a Massive Global Matrix Network (MGMN) of equal partner organizations, individuals and locations that will be integrated with the Project Management System, People’s Global Factual Information and Education Program, Advanced Communications System, etc.

 

55.3    Objectives include:

 

55.3.1 Have well-informed individuals in mutually-supportive neighborhoods, communities and organizations all over the world working together with their public servants to support, educate and inform each other, provide a critical mass at planned rallies, discuss and draw up plans, liaison with their legislators and other government officials, to draft legislative proposals to be presented en masse and implement the Actions required to ensure everyone has a decent life and to have a permanently, peaceful, prosperous just, sustainable world

 

55.3.2 Provide the opportunity for everyone to have their say in matters that affect them, their families and communities.

 

55.3.3 Help “return to town hall meetings by creating thousands of small face-to-face groups, which are well informed, which discuss, and whose decisions are integrated in a new lower house,” called for by Erich Fromm in his book The Sane Society. Today’s form, infers using this matrix network as the “people’s house” to funnel necessary legislative proposals to our congressional representatives.

 

55.3.4 Increase human contact, face-to-face discussions, and problem solving complimented by phones, social media, emails, Twitter, Skype, and other advanced technologies and features of the internet. Opportunities exist all around us including block parties and community fairs, school sporting events, PTAs and community centers. As individuals discuss and work with their neighbors on the issues that they are interested in, sense of community, cooperation and caring will be strengthened.

 

55.3.5 Provide a data base of those interested in working on and/or educating others on particular issues and Actions

 

55.3.6 Provide liaison with the government/public servants.

 

55.3.7 Utilizing nine digit zip-codes for locations is extremely important especially for implementing SDG Target 8.5 & UN SDG TAP #1 As Rapidly as Possible, Put Everyone in the World to Work at Living Wages Primarily Providing Affordable Needs and Necessities for a Decent Life, and implementing SDG 13.2.1-UN SDG TAP #25 Decrease the Rate and Degree of Climate Change and Mitigate its Adverse Effects

 

Basically implement the below Targets and TAPs with the local people doing most of the work using extensive donations of expertise, food, materials and up-front funding from governments and the nine digit zip-code locations of the individual(s) in need and individuals and organizations providing and delivering specific needs. Using this approach, the needs and necessities of life can e providied for everyone by until the people are self sufficient:

 

                       55.3.7.1    Nutritious Food                      Target 2.1 & TAP #2

                       55.3.7.2    Safe Water                             Target 6.1 & TAP #42

                       55.3.7.3    Decent Housing                    Target 11.1 & TAP # 6

                       55.3.7.4    Sanitation Systems               Target 6.2 & TAP #43

                       55.3.7.5    Clean Energy                        Targets 7.1, 7.2 & TAP #44

                       55.3.7.6    Universal Healthcare              Target 3.8 & TAP #3

                       55.3.7.7    Lifetime Education                Targets 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 & TAP # 5

                       55.3.7.8    Modern Transport                  Target 11.2 & TAP #7

                       55.3.7.9    Internet Access                      Target 9.C.1 & TAP # 10

                       55.3.7.10  Repaired, Modernized      

                                               Infrastructure                   Target 9.1, 9.4, 9.a.1 & TAP # 9 

 

                       55.3.7.11  Plant vegetables, beans, rice, fruits, berries, herbs, peanuts, bushes, vines, trees, foliage, etc. (This will both provide nutritious food and decrease atmospheric carbon dioxide)

 

                       55.3.7.12  Install solar panels, windmills, insulation, energy efficient appliances, train/maglev transport systems, repair and modernize the infrastructure etc.

 

                       55.3.7.13  Reduce and ultimately end the need for fossil fuels

 

After these Target Action Plans (TAPs) are implemented, within a few months everyone will be self-sufficient and within a few years global warming will be mitigated and as George Soros said, this will “be far more effective than spending the same amount over several years.”

 

55.4    Actions:

 

55.4.1 Design, Develop and Build the Massive Global Matrix Network (MGMN) to be integrated with the Project Management System, People’s Global Factual Information and Education Program, Advanced Communications System, Actions, Action Plans, etc.

 

55.4.2 Maintain a Database of the Principals of Large Potential Partner Movements, Alliances, and Organizations and their Admin Assistants. This database should include at least the names, titles, phone numbers, email addressees of the principals and their admin assistants/secretaries and the primary purpose and salient activities of the organization.

 

55.4.3 Initiate the MGMN by requesting that Principals and their administrative-assistants forward Information—about the MGM&USP—to all their members.

 

55.4.4 Schedule Emails to these Principals and their Admin Assistants and call the Admin Assistants to schedule phone and/or in person discussions

 

55.4.5 Record results of the conversations in a standard format

 

55.4.6 Information, as available, to be included for individuals in the (MGMN). (Providing any of this information is of course optional): (Note this information will be maintained by the Partner Organization who is not required to share it with others).

 

55.4.6.1    Email Address

 

55.4.6.2    First or Nickname

 

55.4.6.3    Last Name

 

55.4.6.4    Postal (zip) codes - nine digits when possible which can be looked up at https://tools.usps.com/go/ZipLookupAction!input.action by inputting a street address.

 

55.4.6.5    Twitter

 

55.4.6.6    Phone Number

 

55.4.6.7    Whether Able to Receive Text Messages

 

55.4.6.8    Residential address street, suite/apartment number, city and state

 

55.4.6.8.1 Residence:

 

55.4.6.8.2 Work or School

 

55.4.6.9    Neighborhood

 

55.4.6.10  Communities including:

 

55.4.6.10.1     The Communities where Individuals live:

 

55.4.6.10.2     Communities of individuals with the same vocations e.g. accountants, doctors, nurses, farmers, lawyers, machinists, plumbers, etc. and their associations

 

55.4.6.11  Action(s) and/or Primary Issue(s) that the individual is working on or interested in e.g. ending wars, MIC conversion, healthcare, affordable housing, climate change or humane private prosecutions drones, nuclear weapons, funding sources, etc.

 

55.4.6.12  Working Groups in which the individual participates

 

55.4.6.13  Name of the individual primary Partner Organization, from which he desires to receive his emails or other communications, for example World Beyond War, CodePink, Common Cause, Veterans for Peace (VFP), Public Citizen, MoveOn, ACLU, PeopleNow.org, etc., Once the Partner Organization of the Individual is known, contact information on the individual will be turned over to their Partner Organization.

 

55.4.6.14  Political districts which can be added later. For example in Washington DC, each individual lives in one of:

 

55.4.6.14.1     Eight Wards

 

55.4.6.14.2     143 Voter Precincts

 

55.4.6.14.3     137 Nonpartisan Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs) Which consider a wide range of policies and programs affecting their neighborhoods, including traffic, parking, recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, economic development, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, and the District's annual budget. ... The ANCs are the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood. Each ANC is divided into an average of about six Single Member Districts (SMDs),

 

55.4.6.14.4     209 Single Member Districts (SMDs), each home to about 2,000 residents and represented by a single Commissioner. SMPs are numbered to indicate the Ward, ANC and SMD. For example SMP 2F04 is in Ward 2 and ANC 2F. Please note that a CD with all registered voters showing the number for their SMD and political party can be purchased from Washington DC Board of Elections.

 

55.4.6.15  Notes, Comments, Short, Bios, Links to Additional Information, etc.

 

55.4.7 Information, as Available, to be included for All Partner Organizations and Their Primary Point(s) of Contact

 

55.4.7.1    Information items listed in Section 55.4.1 about the primary Point(s) of Contact

 

55.4.7.2    Name of Partner Organization

 

55.4.7.3    Title within the Partner Organization

 

55.4.7.4    Website(s)

 

55.4.8 Arbitrary Actions for Everyone

 

55.4.8.1    The participating individuals will be provided continually evolving factual educational materials and information from the People's Global Factual Information and Education Program via the local Zip-Code Coordinators directly from the internet or via the local zip code coordinators or other individuals. They will educate and inform themselves and others, help refine, implement and accomplish the parts of the Global Movement and Universal Strategic Plan that they are interested in, develop their own local plans that mimic the GM&USP and add local items

 

55.4.8.2    Individuals interested in legislation, should become acquainted with their Federal, state and local officials and legislators responsible for the Issues and Actions that they are interested in and be on a first name basis with members of their staffs and establish a working relationship with them. Exchange information with them about the areas they are particularly interested in.

 

55.4.8.3    Individuals interested in reforming the criminal justice and prisons systems and/or humane prosecutions should become acquainted with their local investigators, (normally police department detectives); federal investigators, (FBI agents); local prosecutors, (district attorneys); and federal prosecutors, (U.S. attorneys).

 

55.5    Background

 

55.5.1 Principles:

 

55.5.1.1    Moral, democratic, non-hierarchical, non-partisan, decentralized matrix-network including coordinators - though no sacred or central ruler

 

55.5.1.2    Non exploitive, no advertisements or commercials

 

55.5.1.3    Self-policing

 

55.5.1.4    Decentralized communications structure that collect only enough emails at each point to communicate effectively

 

55.5.1.5    Individuals need list only what they want to and there are no fees or dues