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Media reports indicate rising invincibility in Germany - Reflected in the nation's wealth
by Global Good News staff writer
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21 September 2008
Raja Emanuel Schiffgens, Raja of Invincible Germany for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported on an initiative to quickly create five Invincibility Schools, and presented indications of rising national invincibility in the German media.
Speaking on the Maharishi Global Family Chat, he said that in order to create national invincibility 'we need five schools in Germany with 1,000 students'.
Invincibility bonds are being issued, Raja Emanuel explained, so that all five schools can be established in one stroke.
Raja Emanuel then invited financial experts from the Global Financial Capital in Germany to present the investment details.
Rising invincibility reflected in the nation's wealth
Reports from the press, Raja Emanuel continued, reflect the rise of invincibility in Germany. The Global Wealth Report stated that since last year there are 72,000 new millionaires in Germany—an increase of 21 per cent. This means that, along with the previous 350,000 millionaires, there are now 422,000 households that are able to invest over 1 million Euros.
Raja Emanuel compared the rise of millionaires in Germany to the increase in the percentage of millionaires in other countries: a four per cent increase in the US and Western Europe; a 14 per cent increase in Asia and Latin America; and an 11.2 per cent increase worldwide.
These millionaires, Raja Emanuel said, hold 35 per cent of the world's wealth. They should be given the opportunity to invest in enlightenment and world peace.
Global Good News will feature the continuation of Raja Emanuel's talk in the coming days.
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