SDG2030 vs P5GO

This year’s last blog about the P5GO has an optimistic approach to the future. All the related theories are based on the definition of LifeQuality and thereby the human needs and rights. However, the nations of the UN have agreed on a new program for this century - called the 17 Sustainability Development Goals. The SDG17 do not merely concern individual humans’ needs and right, not merely in the ‘developing’ nations - but the whole humanity. The nature, cities, fabrics, governments, enterprises are included too. Therefore, the SDG17 is also the very anti-thesis to the 5th Pyramid Game. The theme started in UU 2016.mai.13 and continues.

However, this complex of new initiatives does require prioritizing between all of the UN goals, - which will not always put the individual human rights at the top of the list – for the sake of humanity. Therefore, the SDG17 is also as an realization that such single-sided overfocus have tipped the balance of fragile nations in the past. There are post-war examples that such over-prioritizing caused societies, cities, nations and unions to collapse with fatal outcomes. Even worse, some CCD (Colonial Collapse Disorders) have been motivated by predator rivals to causing CdE (Coup d’ Etat) and extortions of prey nations at priceless human costs. Such Pyramid Games were playd in all the continents – causing irreversible traumas to humanity.

Now, the BRIC union is extrended to be BRICS – which includes South Africa as well as Brazil, Russia, India and China. The advice here is to pass on to the next phase of realization by reviewing the Good County Index (GCI) (UU 2014.dec.05) and the SDG17, - in order to plan for the needed constructive evolutions – not more destructive revolutions.

However, the SDG17 is a huge global concern that will evolve for decades. Therefore, this blog will not go in depth to the issues. Still, is a brief summary of the models involved (UU 2017.april.07). Furthermore, the combined 5D & 3^3 model was explained in the previous 7+12 EU related blogs (UU 2016.sept.23) “All the 19 blogs also relate to the theories presented in the introduction blog of UU 2016.mai.13. They are explained in UU 2014.sept.12 as; a consistent definition of “LifeQuality; a 3D ethics model, a 3D ethical system of GCR (Good/Constructive/Right); a 3D political model relating to the constitutional LEJ powers (Legal/Executive/Juridical); a 3^3 (3*3*3) psychosocial model of Drive, Will and Belief; an extended psychosocial Game models; a 5D scenario model for past as well as future (UU 2014.sept.12); and extended terminology by extended use of suffixes. (UU 2015.juni.12).

Links to SDG17, BRICS and GCI

“Paul Frederic Simon is an American singer, songwriter and actor. Simon's musical career is 70 years long. He started as half of the duo Simon & Garfunkel. Simon wrote nearly all of their songs, including the #1 U.S. singles charts hits; ‘The Sound of Silence’, ‘Mrs. Robinson’, and ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’. The duo split up in 1970.
After making 3 highly acclaimed albums, Paul started sessions with African musicians in Johannesburg in 1985. He released the album Graceland with the hit single ‘You Can Call Me Al’. It’s video featured the comedian Chevy Chase. Further singles, including the lead track, ‘The Boy in the Bubble’ was not commercial a hit but became radio standards and were highly praised.” (See UU 2013.april.19.)
“The lyrics in ‘You Can Call Me Al’ describes a man experiencing a midlife crisis (‘Where's my wife and family? What if I die here? Who'll be my role model?’). However, Paul Simon explained that the third verse move from a generic portrait-like perspective to a personal and autobiographical one of his journey to South Africa. It inspired the entire album.” “The song opens simply, with wondering aloud why his life is difficult. Simon structured the song's lyrics in a way that listeners would be given the simplest information first, before getting abstract with his imagery in the song's third verse.“ “The names in the song came from an incident with his wife Peggy. A French composer mistakenly referred to Paul as ‘Al’ and to Peggy as ‘Betty’.“
Paul Simon - You Can Call Me Al + Lyrics

Extra UU1 – SDG17

“The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a collection of 17 global goals agreed on in the United Nations, yet the total number of targets is 169. The broad goals are interrelated though each has its own targets to achieve. The SDGs cover a broad range of social and economic development issues, that include the traditional Human Rights as poverty, hunger, health, education, climate, gender equality, water, sanitation, energy, environment and social justice. The SDGs are also known as ‘Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" or ‘Agenda 2030’. The goals were developed to replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which ended in 2015. Unlike the MDGs, the SDG framework does not distinguish between ‘developed’ and ‘developing’ nations, but to all countries.” “The UN-led process involved its 193 Member States and global civil society. The resolution is a broad intergovernmental agreement that acts as the Post-2015 Development Agenda. The SDGs build on the principles agreed upon in Resolution A/RES/66/288, entitled ‘The Future We Want’. This was a non-binding document released as a result of Rio+20 Conference held in 2012.”
Understanding the Dimensions of Sustainable Development
Homepage - Sustainable Development Goals
By the way, 10/12 was the Human Rights Day.

Extra UU2– Live concert Paul Simon Graceland

Graceland is an album inspired by South African township music, which sold 14 million copies on its release. It remains his most popular solo work. Simon travelled to South Africa for further recording of the album. The sessions featured many South African musicians and groups, particularly Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Simon also collaborated with several American artists, singing a memorable duet with Linda Ronstadt in ‘Under African Skies,’ and playing with Los Lobos. Simon was briefly listed on the U.N. Boycott list but removed after he had indicated he had not violated the cultural boycott. Afrika Koncert 1987 "Graceland" http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4364oh Paul Simon - Interview - 7/6/1986 (Official) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwgU2zo4D6s