World Peace Plan 2010
28 Feb 2003
Former UN Secretary General, Robert Muller believes that it is time for the United Nations to play its most important role – disarming the world. He presented his World Peace Plan 2010 to journalists at the UN in March, on his 80th birthday.
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Former UN Secretary General, Robert Muller believes that it is time for the United Nations to play its most important role — disarming the world. He presented his World Peace Plan 2010 to journalists at the UN in March, on his 80th birthday.
People lit up candles during a peace vigil in front of Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, on March 15th, 2003. More than 100,000 people participated holding hands and forming a chain of lights across the night sky. Photo: © Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters 2003
Dr. Muller envisages a UN World Summit, where heads of state decide to chart a new course for Humanity and the Earth ñ a Global Renaissance ñ unfolding better ways to administer, properly and peacefully, our magnificent Planet. They agree total nuclear disarmament by the year 2010 with total disarmament and demilitarization by the year 2020.
They call for a United Nations conference on the world-wide prohibition of arms sales and production. They set new world priorities to be implemented with the huge resources released by disarmament and demilitarization, including a new Marshall Plan to help poor countries. Premium aid and debt reduction or forgiveness are granted to those that disarm and demilitarise.
Under this new Planetary Deal, the UN General Assembly would prepare a plan for world peace in consultation with governments, world agencies and the best minds on earth. All member states would be requested to submit proposals. National committees with peoples’ participation would help draft ideas and concrete proposals for action towards World Peace 2010′ and World Disarmament and Demilitarisation 2020′.
The Assembly would call for the rapid solution of all remaining conflicts and a world-wide cease-fire under UN control. Nuclear free zones, peace zones and demilitarized areas would be guaranteed by the UN and a proper world security system would be hammered out at a World Conference. The new World Disarmament Agency would bring about world-wide military co-operation, the creation of a UN fleet to patrol the seas and oceans and a UN satellite system to monitor disarmament, already proposed by France. Once a quantum jump in the role and resources of the UN is agreed, a UN Peace Room could be set up to prevent, track, contain and solve conflicts in any place on earth. UN offices would be established in each capital.
In this new spirit, the world’s religions would play their role by pledging an end to all religious conflicts, supporting peace and drafting a world code of ethics and cosmology to guide governments and world agencies, within the larger framework of the universe and eternity. The UN would create a World Spiritual Agency. The US would scrap all Star War’ plans and ratify the UN Law of the Sea. A UN Outer-Space Agency and a UN Agency on Population is set up. The UN World Meteorological Organisation would become the World Climate Organisation and the new Environmental Security Council adopts a World Environment Action Plan.
Dr. Muller proposes a world Constitution with provisions for world democracy, world elections, world public opinion polls and referenda to give people a direct voice in the world’s affairs, all now possible with modern communication technologies. Following world conferences on the Future of Humanity and the Future of Earth, Commissions on the Future would be created in the UN General Assembly with all governments creating their own Ministers of the Future. A new World Peace Service would allow young people to do world service in lieu of the abolished military service.
As a result of these proposed steps, governments would begin to realise that world peace is possible and an entirely new period of human history could begin marked by synergetic co-operation in a world society no longer stifled by national sovereignty.
FURTHER INFORMATION : The full Plan is available on www.goodmorningworld.org. Contact: Barbara Gaughen-Muller, 7456 Evergreen Drive, Goleta, CA93117, USA Tel: 001 805 968 8567 Fax: 001 805 968 5747
WEB SITE : http://www.goodmorningworld.org EMAIL: BGaughenmu@aol.com
2nd WEB SITE : http://www.robertmuller.org
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