| [GMW #1141] Security Council Chiefs Of Staff Should Plan A World Disarmament Agency, Adopt Measures To Prevent Nuclear War & Implement World Wide Military Cooperation |
Friday 2 February 2007, Editor: Easy
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Updated by Robert 1 Jan 2007.
| 17. The Military Staff Committee of the Security Council should meet at the chiefs of staff level and undertake three tasks: |
i. Plan a World Disarmament Agency;
ii. Adopts immediate measures to prevent a nuclear war;
iii. Implement worldwide military cooperation in multiple fields, starting with the creation of a UN fleet to patrol the seas and the oceans and a UN satellite system to monitor disarmament, as proposed by France.
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My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 10
My Easter prayer: *
I pray that there will be no one left on this Earth who hates the UN.
I pray that the American people will awaken and instill a new spirit in the great universal organization which they helped create.
I pray God to bless the United Nations, as Pope John Paul II did with tears in his eyes when he left the UN after his historical visit.
I pray that all the schools of planet Earth will teach the children about the UN.
I pray that all human beings on this planet will help fulfill the dreams of peace, justice and prosperity of their world organization.
I pray that all humans will contribute their peace, love, happiness and kindness to a better world.
I pray that all nations on Earth will prepare a beautiful world¬wide golden jubilee of the UN in 1995 ansi a Bimillennium Celebra¬tion of Life and Peace in the year 2000 .
"If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment"
- Marcus Aurelius wrote this almost 2000 years ago • HeartMath