New Frontier II: Operation Humanity Defined



See Human Bubble Initiative
[See Big Idea, Bigger Dreams: POTUS, JFK Moonshot]

“This New Frontier strategy doesn’t focus on homelessness so much, but rather utilizing the condition in the USA as a catalyst to rectify the universal maladies within humanity and our societies that causes and/or generates it.  This prescribed remedy is akin to applying snake venom as the antidote to its poisonous bite.”

The term, “The New Frontier II”, the Big Idea of “big ideas and bigger dreams” as called for the POTUS Donald J. Trump, is rooted in the New Frontier theme of the Hon. POTUS, the late, John F. Kennedy’s presidential administration, which he announced the Moonshot and beyond in his acceptance speech in the 1960 election to the Democratic National Convention at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

“We choose to go to the Moon and the other things.  Not because they are easy,
but because they are hard
.”
JFK

He said, “We stand today on the edge of a New Frontier — the frontier of the 1960s, the frontier of unknown opportunities and perils, the frontier of unfilled hopes and unfilled threats. Beyond that frontier are uncharted areas of science and space, unsolved problems of peace and war, unconquered problems of ignorance and prejudice, unanswered questions of poverty and surplus.”

In the words of Robert D. Marcus: “Kennedy entered office with ambitions to eradicate poverty and to raise America’s eyes to the stars through the space program.”

Unfortunately, it appears that though hard, we have found it easier “to go to the Moon  and the other things, i.e., raise America’s eyes to the stars”, but ironically, too hard to fulfill the second portion to “eradicate poverty” through the space program.

Therefore, today’s new frontier of the now early twentieth (21st) century of 2018, based on that of the mid twentieth (20th) century 1961, is that of healing humanity and eradicating the ravages of poverty and homelessness though our gained technological wealth of the space program.

In those days, Kennedy inspired Americans to put men on the moon, now we must utilize that gained technology and more, to globally advance fellow human beings into progressive living habitats, beginning by the USA model devised, developed and deployed inLos Angeles, our nations’ capital of homelessness.

The New Frontier today for our purposes, is the belief in and utilization-application-enforcement and application of data, technologies, resources and the “Yankee” ingenuity of American ability.

Our country and in fact, the whole planet has more than plenty of land spaces and surplus resources, especially here in the USA with it hordes of closed military bases, etc.

While, our little group is lacking the massive brain power that a project like this must involve, nevertheless, like JFK, who knew nothing of the technology to reach the his lofty objective, yet, he provided those who did, with the vision and encouragement to make it happen, even ahead of schedule…so it is with us.

As Kennedy, we begin the process, and in doing so, the necessary brain masses in the private and government sectors will be drawn to our table.

Being the most visible, world class city in the world, as well as the capital of homelessness, what we accomplish serves as the model by which the nations can effective address the over 2 billion  human being whom are homeless amassed in sprawling urban centers and refugee camps.

The theme objective of the New Frontier II: Operation Humanity, is the same as the first, except, that the provisions of the 1960s’ earned us today the necessary data, technologies, and resources for us to utilize in the 21st Century.

This New Frontier strategy is one that doesn’t focus on homelessness, so much as utilizing in the USA as a catalyst to rectify the universal maladies that causes and generates it, which is akin to using snake venom as the antidote to its poisonous bite.

Essential the statement singular except the date, which can now read, “We stand today on the edge of a New Frontier — the frontier of the 21st Century…etc.”

“Think globally, act locally”