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Investments for Removal of Poverty: Dr Benjamin Feldman - Part I
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3 May 2007
The Ministry of Finance and Planning of the Global Country of World Peace offers to the world of a new series of investments through the Global Financial Capital of New York—particularly to those looking for the best use of their resources, with the aim of removing poverty worldwide.
These investments opportunities are in the fields of education and health care, and also through cultivation of the unutilized lands with agricultural potential in the world.
'There is absolutely no reason in this scientific age, when the fundamental source of all the laws of nature has been located by physics and is available in terms of the knowledge of total Natural Law—there is no reason for poverty to prevail in the world,' said Dr Benjamin Feldman, Minister of Finance and Planning, during a recent conference. 'There's no actual reason today for 2.3 billion people of the world, over a third of the world's population, to be living in poverty—just as if we had a powerhouse and people were living in darkness, simply because the switch was not turned on.'
'Today we have crystallized and in our possession, the means to effectively plan the removal of poverty in the world, because we have the proven key to effective education and health care, and we have the resources in the land of our world, to provide all that is necessary for plentiful life of everyone everywhere,' said Dr Feldman.
What has been missing, he said, is planning. The Global Financial Capital of New York has programmes that are so simple, so potent, and so fundamental that they can eliminate poverty and bring the fulfilment of education and health care, so that the population is healthy, wealthy, and wise, and lives in invincibility and freedom from problems. In a society that is prevention-oriented and problem-free, these programmes are so powerful in their simplicity that they would require just a fraction of the resources of the world.
Dr Feldman pointed out that all trade and financial transactions in the world are made with the aspiration to bring fulfilment through greater wealth, greater achievement of prosperity and progress. But it is very obvious that this is not the case in the world today.
On the one hand, he explained, more than one third of the world population is living in dire poverty; but on the other, even the wealthy are living with heart palpitations, fear of risk, and constant worries that do not do justice to their aspiration in the pursuit of that wealth.
If just US$5-US$10 billion—representing .1 to .3 per cent of all transactions in the New York stock exchanges in one year—if this insignificant amount of wealth were invested in these projects in education, health, and cultivation of unused land, it would completely change the world situation—because, he said, poverty is lack of health, lack of education, lack of proper food.
The Global Country of World Peace has very self-sufficient programmes for utilizing unused lands, which can sustain cultivation for the first 2-3 crop seasons using the Global Development Currency, the RAAM—while those cultivating the land are trained and enjoy a good salary and better living conditions from the start.
The removal of poverty is a project in the billions, said Dr Feldman, but an overall consideration is the ability to sustain the projects in the beginning—'and to have this special boldness in business, not the usual understanding of investors about risk, and all those elements that hold back the development of countries, development projects, and individuals.'
The conclusion of Dr Feldman's remarks will be featured in Part II of this series tomorrow. For information about Maharishi's six-point programme to create a healthy, happy, prosperous society, and a peaceful world, please visit: Global Financial Capital of New York.
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