can be argued that Washington Dc 21 has so far exported the most anti-youth futures of any country led by "public servants
and dominated by the wealthy
it failed to check out what big banhers were doing - and directly spread youth unemployment through many nations; even
in 2014 big bankers lobbyists rule over congress and the fed
for a place so willing to spend people and arms on battles
it seems to have extraordainry little deep cultural understanding of what comes after a battle on foreign soil;
is a mindset of rule by fear that commercial us media plays into because that's akin to how brands capture arkets by being biggest not best for human futures
it has blocked america's net generation from enjoying
the abundance (and locally peaceful seurity) of green energy and it has pandereds to older generation's broken health and
pension schemes requiring youth to bail them out- who's democracy (and free speech) is it anyway?.. since the next generation
has no vote in political parties ..........................................
so how can peoples change
DC to be a leading pro-youth capital?
C1 by celebrating the worldwide milennial alumni of Jim
Kim as one of the top 10 job creating collaboration movements of post 2015 goals
C2 By testing out blessed value
chain models of africa's biggest diaspora in washingtin DC and helping africa's elearning satellite distribute job creating
mdoels C3 by leapfrogging partnerships leveraging the first 20 years of womens mobile empowerment that began in Banglaldesh but which the DC region currently has as many maps of twin youth and womens capitals as anywhere we can search
KIM - World Bank : we need to start a movement to end poverty |
movements that have a huge impact are often led by a small group of people
student should never doubt the ability of themselves and a small group of ;like minded people to change the world it can happen
This has to be the next movement and if you look at all the steps that
its going to take to end poverty its a pretty broad mix- and that's the great news!
The great news is we need everybody - we need writers who can write about this, we need engineers, we
need doctors, we need lawyers, we need artists, we need everyone who can capture the imagination of the world to end poverty
There's a role- take a step back: say what is it going to take?
what part of it can I take on? how can we really make it happen?
part of a social movement is going to be the most exhilarating memorable thing you are ever going to do but understand how
hard it is and how serious you are going to need to be about everything its going to take to get to the change you want, and
then take it on- as there is nothing better you can do............................................................