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Thirty-sixth day of 'Invincible Holland' course brings more good news
by Paul Gelderloos, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, Holland
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18 May 2006
Since the full moon in April, 400 Governors and Sidhas of the Global Country of World Peace have been assembled at the MERU campus in Vlodrop, Holland. They have come from all over Europe and are being trained personally by Maharishi to make their own countries invincible upon their return home after the assembly. Many positive changes for Holland are taking place during the assembly.
At present, the assembly is creating invincibility for Holland, since 400 Yogic Flyers flying together in one place is the 'Super Radiance' number required for the 16 million citizens of Holland.
This is the news from the 36th day of the 'Invincible Holland' assembly:
- The growth of private schools in Holland is expected to be exponential, according to the director of largest private school chain called Luzac. Every two years students in private schools are expected to double. The demand for small-scale, high-quality high schools comes from dissatisfaction about regular education and improving economy. Parents are more interested in good education and are willing to spend more for it. Even private equity investors are interested to invest.
- The entire Parliament asked Immigration Minister Rita Verdonk to reconsider withdrawing the Dutch citizen status of prominent member of Parliament, Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Parliament would like the Minister of Immigration to be more humane in the application of rules and say rules are there to serve people. A positive agreement was reached early this morning to allow Ayaan Hirsi Ali to keep her Dutch citizen status. - Princes Maxima, who is promoter of micro credit in third-world countries, wants to launch the same concept here in Holland for underprivileged entrepreneurs. She is approaching large Dutch banks for this.
- The traffic organization 3VO has asked students to find the best 'I am sorry' sign to be used in traffic situations. Presently there are only signs to say: 'I am very angry'.
- The CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, Mr Jeroen van der Veer, said at the shareholders meeting yesterday that there will be no shortage of oil and gas reserves in the foreseeable future, but the exploitation of some reserves may become somewhat more difficult. Shareholders were further satisfied with the sustainable approach the company is taking in its policies.
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