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The Unity Project

The Unity Project is a very plausible and realistic road map to perhaps how religious and political reconciliation might be achieved in these current times.  All that is needed is for enough world citizens of goodwill to come together to make it so (no easy task).  I believe it will need to be started and expanded by the kind of people who are assembled and united here this week at this momentous Parliament.  I call on each attendee and participant to propose ideas on how we could concretely come together to get the ball rolling towards a united and free world citizenry.  We have the tools;  all we need now is the will and the dedication.  Looking forward to your ideas on how to lobby governments to pursue a Free Nations Alliance in order to counter world despotism.  This could perhaps include a master web platform, political lobbying groups, or even a motivational film centered around the plot of The Unity Project.

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