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The Global Truth And Reconciliation Commission (GTRC) effort PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 August 2002 08:54

Friends:

The first priority of the Global Truth And Reconciliation Commission (GTRC) effort, is to call upon people to stimulate their thoughts and actions toward Meeting the Minimum Needs of All the People of The World. That is why we pray, "May GOD BLESS THE WHOLE WORLD."

The way things are -> After resolution
THE WAY THINGS ARE
AFTER RESOLUTION

 
Which Cartel Controls World Events? PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 August 2011 10:26

Dear Friends,
Greetings.
Hopefully, the evidence presented in the video-documentary below, would re-energize the aspiration to 'Meet The Minimum Needs of All' (MMNA: NYYM Minute 2006), and re-open a spiritual dialog on actions to be taken to achieve the same.
How does the Federal Reserve, a 'money- cartel' of domestic and international bankers, forming a parasitic 'fifth estate' on the global public, affect the welfare of American Democracy? (cartel: a monopolistic business combine on one or several entities).
International banking and important domestic bankings are said to be controlled by men and women belonging to a global committee of 300 families.
They have in the past and continue in the present, to intervene in global events at a natural- pace, as they are in no 'unnatural hurry' to advance their family fortunes.

 
GTRC Goals PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 August 2002 12:17

Global Truth And Reconciliation Commission (GTRC), Program Overview:

M.Radh Achuthan  8/26/02

What will GTRC accomplish?

GTRC will raise global consciousness of the elite, the haves, and the have-nots via intermediaries like the local global press and local global NGOs, on

  1. the ability of the human socio-economic system to meet the minimum needs of all the people in the world through sharing and caring as an expression of our love and concern, and
  2. display a feasible program of practicalization of the same by nations, through spiritual / political / administrative will, after having negotiated the same with champions of the WTO, WB, IMF, and representatives of the UN.
 
New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (NYYM) Actions PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 22 March 2010 20:29

New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (NYYM) Actions:

NYYM Minute on Meet the Minimum Needs of All (MMNA), April 2, 2006   Minutes of Sunday, April 2, 2006
Plainfield Meetinghouse, Plainfield, New Jersey, USA 

2006-04-20. The Clerk introduced Anita Paul, clerk of Witness Coordinating Committee, who read a minute on Meeting the Minimum Needs of All from Peconic Bay Monthly Meeting and Long Island Quarterly Meeting.
After the events of 9/11/01, Friend Radh Achuthan (Peconic Bay) began to test a leading to travel to bring attention to the extent of global poverty, the connection between global poverty and world unrest, and the need for international organizations to address these issues.

 
Human Life PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 August 2002 12:26

The Search of Extraterrestrial Intelligence

(From Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space by Carl Sagan, Random House, 1994)



Earth
Earth (the dot in the middle) as seen from 3.7 billion miles away by the Voyager 1 spacecraft, on 6/6/1990.

... Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives.

 
Message from Administrator PDF Print E-mail
Posted by Administrator   
Thursday, 02 December 2010 19:09
Dear Friends:
Greetings!
The MMNA site is under construction.
The 'wayward son' (by Kansas), is anyone within the global population striving to devise ways to "Meet the Minimum Needs of All", a non-violent, unorthodox spiritual viewpoint, recently reaffirmed in NYYM Minute, April 2006.
There is provision to turn off the 'heavy metal' music at the opening page lyric site, but as to be expected, the 'inclusion morality digital Mummy' portrays continuous striving.
At this stage, the concept could grow to the next level through Internet communication, calling upon the global political economy to meet the minimum needs of all, within the "idea of the human".
 
Interest Group Report to FWCC PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 August 2002 12:26

Friends World Committee for Consultation, (FWCC) Triennial, Jan 16-25, 2004, Auckland, New Zealand

Meet the Minimum Needs of All:  Interest Group

Ten Friends (eight men and two women) from seven countries met and after worship considered the theme of "Meet the Minimum Needs of All", from 2.40- 4.30 pm on Jan 24, 04. Enlightened by the Spirit, they arrived at consensus to send the following minute to FWCC.

Minute:

"Meet the Minimum Needs of All" is about the economic identity of being human. Where did the sanction for separation on this identity come from? Did the human spirit authorize it? Was it of necessity? Was it of choice? Is it necessary today?

 
A More Perfect Global Union PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 02 October 2008 00:00
 
MMNA Progress Report 2009-2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 26 March 2010 09:56

MMNA Progress Report, NYYM Year Book 2009-2010

Meeting the Minimum Needs of All

This MMNA advance report reflects concerns and queries raised at Peconic Bay Quaker Meeting, and at a spiritual discussion on “Reaching that of entrepreneurship in everyone: how can we have a spiritually informed economy?”
“Meet the Minimum Needs of All” (MMNA), seeks legitimate economic legs in the social design of the global political economy.
Spiritual life would acknowledge that the solacing institutions of kindness and charity available in all religious practices are capable of alleviating suffering in some measure, but are not equal to the task of eliminating global poverty when it is intrinsic to global social design.
The recent global economic collapse, long in the making but experienced in 2008, has alerted consciousness to subject social design to intense scrutiny: must we confine the right to create a credit line to private banking? Doesn’t their heritage of ‘boom and bust’ economic cycles and their provision to care only for the workers needed to keep the economy functioning, constitute cruel and inhuman treatment of those kept out and a hindrance to human progress?

 

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