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What is a plan? What is Design?
In The Master Plan
What is a plan? What is Design?
In The Master Plan
tom osher (mofwoofoo)
May 19, 2020
Hola, I appreciate your efforts and thoughtfulness in this process. I would like you to consider our vision of how to create a just, non-corrupt, regenerative world: Primarily, it is essential to restructure governing from vertical top-down to horizontal, bottom-up, which is virtually uncorruptible. Please watch this 7 minute animation which explains horizontal governing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wywMhg604W8&fbclid=IwAR1yrCZJkRivOnW85HeC1j-ftAMsW6SFQEkqupfiZFvvk9aYhgOPI1RNBLc Next our group, which we would like to align with yours has a number of strategies that you are welcome to adopt, if you like. One, is to utopianize cities. We believe it is cities that need our focus. Cities can organize horizontally parallel to government, legally as does The Transition Towns Initiative. Each city can have local experts reimagine each sector of the city such that there is no further pollution and using AI to augment and balance their systems with absolutely no spying. One way to keep out infiltrators would be that there would be a social contract that all could agree upon which would embody our common, shared values, like guarantee of human rights, womens liberation, ecology, freedom, justice, etc. At the same time, we wish to create another website, using bots, to collect all the innovations and solutions and put them into categories such that all have access to them. Furthermore, we wish to create a gigantic network of networks, again using bots to harvest all the like-minded individuals, organizations, and website, such that we can unite with millions if not billions and use this to share ideas, solutions, and strategies and at the same time disseminate relevant information to the rest of humanity with access to the internet and possibly to demand that all governments be restructured from vertical to horizontal. No more politicians, lobbyists, or corrupt influencers. I would be happy if you would entertain these strategies and critique them. Perhaps, you might find flaws or have better ideas, both would be welcome to us, as we don't wish to compete with you in any way, we much prefer collaboration and cooperation. And we wish to be an example of horizontal, not controlling organizing. Thanks for your consideration, Tom (Mofwoofoo) Osher, founder of chambalabamba eco-community (chambalabamba.org)
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