Entry Submitted by D.N. at 9:55 PM EDT on April 10, 2017
"Easy to Eliminate Hunger in USA" by Pat - 4.10.17
Ok, Pat, you're definitely onto something here.
I like the cut of your jib, old chap.
Now, that means we would need to coordinate between ZIM holders on this matter.
And that brings to mind a thought that's been brewing for a few months:
Just in general, especially with all the high-flying global humanitarian projects going around, a global philantropy network could be really useful, so that one quintillionare humanitarian isn't creating the same work in the same place in the same time as some other quadrillionare humanitarian, when the quadrillionare could be doing something else, that no one is addressing, and is equally as useful.
I think there were at least two people from the Guest Posts with ideas for the Philippines. And if I had a dollar for every person, currency holder or not, that wants to see Monsanto 86'ed (or if not iced, completely reformed), I'd have enough money on hand to buy a house and a car, easily.
Case in point: If Sammy Thornton Jr. here has already made and distributed a working and efficient free energy machine and I don't know about it, I could be spending years making one that's just as good, but may not be needed after Sammy's done makin' his rounds with the distribution. On the other hand, if I do know, I could still make my own version, maybe refine his work and coordinate with him, but I could also use that time to focus on a problem that, as far as I know, hasn't been sufficiently addressed, like global reconciliation with the elemental kingdom. Because God and Gaia knows we certainly screwed the pooch there, as a collective.
My point is, as much as I'd like to hermit about in peace for a few years, I feel it's imperative, relatively soon, that we coordinate as a whole.
If NDAs need to be signed, to join that network, to protect those who've signed NDAs for their sovereign rates, then it could be well worth the time saved by avoiding reinventing the wheel thrice over.
(We have infinite abundance, so no worries about money loss there...)
Furthermore, it would allow for humanitarians to meet, who might otherwise not have met otherwise, even through DC.
And it could allow for exchanging and refining of ideas, expediently.