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For your planning - FAU Califo [...]by
For your planning - FAU California should be planned around a 6% of this per year
$6,807,435,787 Business (this includes erasing the digital divide from $400M a year for Cali Business so lets say $100m a year)
$7,218,589,467 Health Care
$4,666,666,667 Infrastructure this can include erasing the digital divide)
$6,066,666,667 Logistics ( this creates our internet bank using the USPS)
5 year totals
$36,092,947,333.13 Health Care
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From: Hershel Daniels <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, Mar 22, 2020, 2:36 AM
Subject: FYI - The Government Accountability Office Audit of US Federal Reserve and the African Diaspora Directorate, a NCRC member
To: NCRC Gerron Levi <email@example.com>
Cc: Kofi <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Carolyn Kennedy <email@example.com>, Robert Lee Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Cleo Miller <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>, Bill Tate <firstname.lastname@example.org>, John Jackson <email@example.com>
Gerron, as per our conversation last thursday.
Audit of the US Federal Reserve
This gave rise to what today is the BlackFolksPlan.com as a national request that was made to the US State Department on January 27th 2020.
That $6B total request is divided up into:
$ 2,000,000,000,000 Housing 33.33%
$ 700,000,000,000 Workforce 11.67%
$ 321,394,209,997 Reentry 5.36%
$ 401,394,209,997 Education 6.69%
$ 510,557,683,999 Business 8.51%
$ 541,394,209,997 Health Care 9.02%
$ 280,557,683,999 Transportation 4.68%
$ 439,702,002,011 Environmental 7.33%
$ 350,000,000,000 Infrastructure 5.83%
$ 455,000,000,000 Logistics 7.58%
Uses the Daniels IDIQ based on Quantitative Easing (QE) President Obama turned over at least $7T in unused QE Authority to President Trump and his Federal Reserve even though we asked in 2015 and 2016 for $5T for black folk and in 2016 $1T for a indigenous Peoples Plan with CASH Community Development and the Congress of Black Native Americans at the United Nations Indigenous Peoples Forum that year.
We belive that those ask for more studies about Reparations are wrong and waste our peoples and allies energy. We had the solution in 2014 and gave a use of proceeds in 2015 updated in 2016. Our mistake...not telling the world about it. Not this time.
Our stardard twitter post: #AfDiDi2063 #Reparations Update Accounting for inflation through 2019, the #BlackFolksPlan use the $20k Japanese got for 3 years in US Concentration Camps (1942-45) it = $1,115k in 2020 $ applied to 4.7m Africans in 1866 is about $5.2T in #PPP for #AfAm in #AfricanDiaspora in 🇺🇸
1. 1988 the US goverment valued reparations to Japanese Americans held in concentration camps at $20K each for the 80,000 still alive.
2. That we figure for the aprrox. 4.7m Africans alive in 1866 that they were owed in 2019 dollars $1.115M ea.
3. That we would accept $5.2T for them instead of the $32T that could ve applied if it was to their descendents as the former needed no congressional action.
4. That after looking into the danage dome to us as American citizens since July 28th 1868 that a additional $800B should be added. A glaring example is the million black farmers of 1900 to the 25,000 barlet surving of today. Furthermore, we have the USDA billion dollar Pickford 1 & 2 to prove our case, in this instance.
5. We plan to partner in regional coalitions that are inclusive of population groups other than black folk like that in Hamilton County to join local NCRC supported coalitions like the one I helped form the Greater Cincinnati Community Reinvestment Coalition to determine in a local region what are the needs. In Hamilton County housing is a $15B deal to be made. In New York the public housing deffered maintainance is estimated by FAU New York at $40B.
Note: We do this work in the county based on: County Commissioner Todd Portune's Living Legacy – We are committed to addressing any racism by the county government. On the historic Juneteenth 2019 this happened .... "BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton County Ohio does hereby today and everyday, recommit ourselves to defending the self-evident truth, boldly declared by our Founding Fathers, that all people are created equal. We as leadership of the county recognize that although we may be created equal that Americans of African heritage have faced a flawed citizenship since it was granted in 1868 with institutionalized and systematic racism by government and the private sector. We are committed to addressing any legacy institutionalized and systematic racism by the county government."
Our Daniels IDQ enabled plan can draw on already established Executive Authority by the US State Department with no action needed by Congress and can be executed by April 2020.
We will include government partnership at state, regional and local based on the work we did in 2019 on the new Hamilton County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.
FYI the Established Proposal to the US Government in place as of Jamuary 27th 2020.
The African Diaspora Directorate's work with Friends of the African Union in creating FAU smartWISE Community Reinvestment Coalitions can, in unity, commit ourselves to defending the self-evident truth, boldly declared by our Founding Fathers, that all people are created equal. We as leadership recognize that although we may be created equal that Americans of African heritage have faced a flawed citizenship since it was granted in 1868 with institutionalized and systematic racism by government and the private sector. We are committed to addressing any legacy institutionalized and systematic racism against people of African Heritage, in the USA and around the world.
The African Diaspora Directorate support of human rights is based on alienable rights along with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and uses the United Nations Universal Periodic Review as our tool of identifying problems and the Daniels IDIQ as implementation of national solutions while FAU smartWISE Community Reinvestment Coalitions do so at a local, regional and or state state level.
Furthermore, FAU smartWISE Community Reinvestment Coalitions working with a allies can move away from unsustainable practices that harm communities by moving towards local self-government based on democratic rule.
We agreee with the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Who said, "Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed." The BlackFolksPlan.org is our 2015 demand; now updated to the above $6B proposal.
In meeting this statement the African Diaspora Directorate has started to represent Americans of African Heritage before Congress last year with the hearing on the markup of the USDA Agricultural. Service in the house. Also as a result of last year of the submission of one of our co-founders, Friends of the African Union, to the United Nations Human Rights Council Third Cycle Review of Human Rights in the USA, it has chosen the African Diaspora Directorate as the designated agency to deal with all organs of the United Nations. We started our actions around the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the this past January.
We released this the U.S. Univetsal Periodic Review NGO Consultation Event on Monday, January 27, 2020 1:30 p.m. EST -3:30 p.m. EST, at the U.S. State Department, presided over by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor's Acting Principal Assistant Secretary Scott Busby. A number of federal agencies will had representatives on the panel. The African Diaspora Directorate did deliver remarks based on this statement: President Trump said in remarks at the 2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference on September 10, 2019, "The first and highest duty of government is to take care of its own citizens. African Americans built this nation through generations of blood, sweat, and tears. And you, like all of our citizens, are entitled to a government that puts your needs, your interests, and your families first."
The African Diaspora Directorate is looking to create a public private partnership with the US State Department based on statements and actions of the President and our submission to Third Cycle of the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the United States. The African Diaspora Directorate, its affiliates, members along with co-founders Sons and Daughters of Africa, the African American Agricultralist Association, the Black Wall Street Cooperative, Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and Friends of the African Union believe that executive action by the United States Government of a Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing based debt purchasing program (The Daniels IDIQ), in a public private partnership, that can be a solution for the fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of African people enslaved in chattel slavery in the United States of America, from 1789 to 1866, as well as the progenitors to the United States of America, the 13 British colonies between 1619 to 1789.
It will also address the damage incurred by past & current federal government racism against freed African Slaves in the United States of America from 1863 to 1868 and subsequently de jure and de facto of institutionalized systematic racial and economic discrimination against American citizens of African Heritage from 1868 to 2019. It will be a stimulus to the American Economy that:
(1) is judicious & addresses solutions to lead poisoning in 7M domestic dwellings;
(2) answers under the control of our Federal Executive Branch to the statements in the inter-agency response set forth by the US State Department to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the USA in 2015 that said "Civil Rights, Ethnic, & Racial Discrimination" is the number one human rights problem of the country;
(3) can draw on already established Executive Authority by the US State Department with no action needed by Congress and can be executed by May 1st, 2020;
(4) helps the other American citizens through indirect associations by the creation of supportive ancillary jobs, entrepreneurial opportunities and sustainable economic growth thereby supporting the advancement of the American people as a whole, and;
(5) is just adequate enough to implement real changes that reverse long-standing conditions caused by systemic de jure and de facto of racial and economic discrimination, as documented in depth elsewhere, that provides a means from 2020 to 2095 to address these issues with a 75-year capital trust to do so based on the Daniels IDIQ and the $150B in current bank based community benefit agreements in place.
We, Friends of the African Union, as a organization in formation, attended the December 16th 2011 meeting in Washington at the invitation of Prof. David L. Horne where Her Excellency Ambassador Amina Salum Ali the African Union's Permanent Representative powerful remarks called on all people of African Descent in the USA to organize around the African Union roadmap for the Diaspora.
We where repersented by a senegalese economist and his son.
Based on their report we employed Kujichagulia in the creation of Friends of the African Union as the agent to address the needs to have all of the African Diaspora in America aware of the African Union and its quest to create a 1.4 billion person global market with at least 4 trillion dollars in annualized income.
In 2005, the AU defined the African Diaspora as "... peoples of African descent and heritage living outside the continent, irrespective of their citizenship, and who remain committed to contribute to the development of the continent and the building of the African Union."
Friends of the African Union (FAU) founding at 1415 UTC on Jan. 16, 2012 [Martin Luther King, Jr. Day] at the World Peace Bell with members of South Fairmount Community Council and Hargrove Engineering.
Friends of the African Union (FAU) is our response and is a economic, social, humanitarian, charitable, educational and new media civil-society organizing body founded to work for the benefit of the African Union, the African Diaspora and its host countries. FAU will work with the allied peoples of the African Diaspora in the USA, non-governmental organizations and governments of the world who support the African Union and the people of the African Diaspora.
The 1st FAU KWANZAA ACCORDS Review 2012
January 2012 MLK Launch of Friends of African Union [FAU]
February 2012 FAU Plan of Action Adopted around a $1.25T PPP with Obama Admin
March 2012 FAU Global Solutions Formed
April 2012 NCRC Annual Meeting Attendance and Global Banking Talks around the authority of President to do a $700B housing program based on his already established QE authority.
May 2012 African Union African Diaspora Conference held in South Africa
June 2012 Attended US State Dept. US African Business Conference
July 2012 Orders issued by AU as to Diaspora Roadmap
August 2012 FAU STEM [Science Technology Engineering & Math] Formed and FAU 9 Principal Operations developed
September 2012 Power Plant powered by sewage water Presentation to the African Scientific Institute at a forum sponsored by the Constituency for Africa at Howard University during Congressional Black Caucus
October 2012 FAU Conference Call for the Big Black Call on October 16th 2012, added the 10th FAU Principal Operation and more global urban planning framework started
November 2012 FAU Business Plan Framework Agreed Upon and 10 Operational Principals Adopted
December 2012 FAU Anniversary Planning 2012 Sessions - 1.25 Trillion Dollar plus FAU SPV Framework with 1,000 Market Partner P3's using Quantitative Easing.
2020 Request as the basis for action for allies with NCRC and its members as a natural fit.
Philadelphia, PA - March 25th, 2020 - QmeSpotlight.com News, The African Diaspora Directorate and Friends of the African Union Announces the Launch of the Black Folks Plan for America and our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Introduction - The World as we know it has changed.
The USA is at War in a fight to prevent its collapse against a global Pandemic.
Even before COVID-19, the share of secure, well-paid jobs in the workforce was shrinking as a result of the digital revolution. A century ago, machines displaced American agricultural workers and then foreigners took over a majority of the rest. In 1900 there were nearly a million African American farmers now less than 25,000.
In recent decades, increasingly capable robots have replaced assembly-line workers. Today, the e-commerce wave is displacing shopworkers, while automated data systems are replacing clerical and administrative work during this "Fourth Industrial Revolution". Without addressing the issues, transportation and warehousing employment will be the next to go after the recovery from COVID 19. FYI, the American CDC has scenarios that suggest 2.4 million to 21 million people in the United States could require hospitalization, potentially crushing the nation's medical system, which has only about 925,000 staffed hospital beds. Fewer than a tenth of those are for people who are critically ill.
In the past, the national conversation shifted away from individual wages to corporate revenues and profits, capital availability, higher education/tech training, intellectual property and digital platforms. The world has changed quickly. The COVID-19 pandemic now upon us is giving us a chance to remake all of this on the fly, the question is can we organize and aggressively assert ourselves to do it?
The African Diaspora Directorate, a National Community Reinvestment Coalition member, and its co-founders Friends of the African Union think we can do so based on our Black Folks Plan for America as a framework for change. Join us at the BlackFolksPlan.com as we join in the fight to rebuild the USA to meet the threat of COVID-19 and also organize ourselves around improving the State of America for People of African Descent that is helpful to all Americans
In the past capital owners have added to the ever-increasing inequality by using their political clout to amplify their market-based successes with political prizes as well: tax cuts on corporate and personal income, and the ready access to tax havens providing safety from stringent enforcement. This is a key reason why stock markets have soared until recently while wages have stagnated during the past generation, and why stable work has been replaced by gig" work. Now all of the gains since the Trump era started in 2017 are gone. Now the rise of the market is owned by the actions of President Trump.
We agree that the crisis is stark and immediate, and we know that precise targeting takes time and an administrative effort for which we are not prepared to execute explicitly.
So we agree with those who say you can simply disburse the funds now and collect from high-income recipients later through taxes. We are the wealthiest nation in modern human history and based on this statement by President Trump who said in remarks at the 2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference on September 10, 2019:
"The first and highest duty of government is to take care of its own citizens. African Americans built this nation through generations of blood, sweat, and tears. And you, like all of our citizens, are entitled to a government that puts your needs, your interests, and your families first."
We currently have, according to Eric Levitz who wrote on March 17th, 2020 for New York Magazine, "the lowest borrowing costs of any major government on the planet, and thus, can easily afford to contain the pandemic and keep our people well provisioned simultaneously,"
The African Diaspora Directorate is Ready
The President and the Federal Reserve have all the congressional authority, already to do what the Black Folks Plan requires for them to do. Based on that, the African Diaspora Directorate's work is to be a paradigm shift in the status for Americans of African Heritage after 400 years of Africans in the British Colonies of North America which would become the most powerful nation in the world in 2020, the United States of America.
"The African Diaspora Directorate and its grassroots member organizations will create opportunities for people of African Heritage and allies to build a health care response that supports meeting the intergenerational disenfranchisement because of racism. We work with community leaders, policymakers, institutions and corporations to champion fairness and end discrimination in the time of this global Pandemic." - Dr. Kofi Agyapong, Chairman, The African Diaspora Directorate