Republic of Iraq (Stage 5)
Classes in 18 Major Cities in the U.S. and Internationally

When people are in a crisis situation, their perspective narrows, and it reaches the point where there is no apparent solution. When many people in a major city work in the same industry, when there is a downturn in the industry, it can affect everyone in the region. Ripple after ripple of crises expand out from the city.

Our series of classes in 18 major cities and one prison are designed to widen the audience's perspective step by step, from the individual level to world peace, so that everyone can reach their goal and walk forward again to global prosperity.

Stage 1:

Our plan is to offer eight topics related to world peace in a series of classes for 18 major cities and one prison. Our classes start with the most personal level and progress to the widest perspective, that of the plan for the international government. Every three weeks we will set aside one day for the classes, and we hope to draw up to 1,000 people to each event.

Stage 2:

Our eight teachers have successfully risen out of their crisis. After these classes, our teachers will be ready to speak at the World Conference.

Stage 3:

Our classes involved drawing in the last segment of the population. those who have passed through the crisis with few effects. This segment of the population could be considered the most important because if the plan gains their approval, it will succeed. A candidate, for example, concentrates his or her campaign on the independent voters because they tip the election.

Stage 4:

After the classes are held within the United States, we can offer them internationally as part of our advisory catalog.

Stage 5:

The U.S. government works with major industires and corporations to solve crises, but oftentimes the solution does not address the root cause and it makes the crisis worse. In Iraq, for example, U.S. troops were augmented by defense contractors, but the contractors did not stand on the same principles that they military had to.

Stage 6:

We recommend the nations seriously consider their national niche, but that they work closely with the international government to ensure there is a sense of stability. Most nations have one or two industries that the people excel at, such as Irish crystal and Italian leather goods, and many citizens are directly involved with that industry. The international government will keep the economic foundation of the region stable and ease transitions.