"Meet the Minimum Needs of All 2030" (MMNA30), is a framework in the making, that would thread the eye of the needle of justice within global human law, under contest and yet to be acknowledged.
With regard to MMNA, national law is ill-conceived, deficient and not in a position to deliver. Global human law is necessary.
Historically, humankind has practiced human law, when at all, only locally.
Witness the languishing spiritual teachings from the Vedas, the Buddha, the Talmud, Jesus the Preacher, Mohamed (PBUH), the secular 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights inclusive of economic rights, all swaying and wavering in human consciousness, awaiting commitment in an environment of suffering.
The main global secular leadership pursues self-centered supremacy through private banking and money lending advancing market worship; that, is declared to be human progress, imposed through violence as and when needed in a transparent manner.
Manipulating the media and the work-place, the leadership educates their vassals and hangers-on in the rightness of their viewpoint of final resolution through violence; they condition the folk that institutional and personal acts of kindness and charity rendered to those from whom the system steals, is the best they may aspire to, as human beings.
The leaders are guided by the rule that though human beings may yearn for better distribution, they prefer familiarity and thereby the leadership has us cornered.
We know ourselves that this is but partial truth. Through non-violent work we would come into the glorious future that human beings are entitled to when we "Meet the Minimum Needs of All" through fresh leadership.
We are fully aware that kindness and charity are major human resources. It is their misuse to advance class-greed and take for the self what belongs to the other from the global political economy with a public relations declaration of 'give-back (!) ' , that needs to be non-violently addressed.
The political dissemination of this information would be carried out by intellectuals, humanists, teachers, social activists, and other MMNA30 promoters, functioning globally and locally as an open source, eventually leading to a non-violent "Gandhian March" by the people everywhere on behalf of MMNA30 adjustments in the global political economy.
Much of the work would be voluntary as a contribution to our endemic global social contract and would rest outside the "bread and butter jobs" of those who have employment.
3. MMNA30 leaders would participate in a MMNA30 - Intention Webinar as frequently as needed.
The first is anticipated in Oct 09.
The Webinar would be conducted by the "Institute to Meet the Minimum Needs of All", a not-for-profit organization.
4. If you are an organization, we directly invite you and country representatives ofyour organization involved in such thought and action, (as a mission or even as a job), to the Webinar. We request their contact information that would enable us to invite themto the MMNA-Webinar.
5. If you are an individual interested in participating in the MMNA-Webinar, please send an email to the address below to reserve your seat.
6. What is the urgency?
Daily, 30,000 of the global Poor die of poverty under the structural violence of the current global political economy. It is happening outside our home, during our watch !
Dr. M. Radh Achuthan
"Institute to Meet The Minimum Needs for All"