As Christmas approached, some participants left to attend the Christmas celebrations. So very serious candidates were selected to create the final statements. The contributions of graduates, students from the universities and secondary schools, experienced civil servants, and retired civil servants were indispensable.
To keep the movement alive in Nigeria, the secretary plans to continue the Syntegration procedure in his home state of Abia State. The organizers hope to have the Syntegration by August of this year and need help and financial assistance to bring it off successfully.
(A) Wars should be outlawed.
(B) All war cases or any major issue that would bring wars should be handled by the World Law-the court shall give its verdict and those who are guilty will be made to pay fine or punished according to world law.
(C) All kind of human shooting and killing should be a taboo-energies spent fighting wars should be used to develop the youths who form the bulk of the fighting soldiers.
(D) International law can empower the World Workable Police (WWP) to bring down troubleshooters to book and caution them as to the effect of their outdated action.
(E) Instead of wars, attention should be given to development programs for women and children-rather than marring the earth, love-related issues should dominate.
(F) Violent films, videos that are violent, should be banned; that way, many youths will not take to violence as what one sees is what one conceives and that's how one behaves.
ENDEMIC POVERTY (PINK, TEAM 2)
(A) Since poverty is a disease, there should be the eradication of this
(B) Poverty should be eradicated from the face of the earth. Abject poverty like living under the bridge, having nothing to eat, should be seriously addressed.
(C) The new world government should make housing available to all.
(D) There should be a means whereby one can develop his or her own house at a less expensive cost. Government should subsidize building materials.
(E) Loans should be given to cooperative societies to enable them to develop their own businesses.
(F) Settlement centers and mechanized farming clinics as well as other technical workshops should be organized and given assistance to train unemployed youths and engage them in real creative employment.
(G) Government alone cannot create jobs; multinationals and government should work together to stimulate real employment so that poverty will be expelled.
(H) Any direct loans should be made available to those who have real need of them, instead of the present system of nation-states, whereby some political opportunists have exploited it to siphon the treasuries of the various nations.
ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTION/DAMAGE (APRICOT, TEAM 3)
(A) Destruction of bushes by burning and the sterilization of the earth surface
by this process is unacceptable. The world government should redress this
(B) Rivers, dams, and all sources of water for human consumption should be kept free from contamination-industrial waste and rubbish should not be dumped into these waters as they constitute nuisance to our health and lives.
(C) Erosions as a menace should be checked globally by the world government of the new world order.
(D) Desertification and ocean encroachment should be tackled and eliminated by the government.
(E) Trees and gardens should be planted globally especially as this would help improve the ozone layer and help the green horn.
(F) Let the 21st century be for the reintroduction of world forest and world animals-which urbanization is extinguishing on a daily basis; the world government should check this.
(G) There should not be unjust treatment of various species of living organisms which nature has endured us with-any of such species are subject to the world protection with a genuine world law.
EDUCATION (GOLD, TEAM 4)
(A) There should be a sound, free education to all humans irrespective of age,
race, or creed.
(B) Education destroys ignorance, and ignorance is a stumbling block bringing poverty and diseases-so in order to reduce these things considerably, the world government should ensure a regular monitoring of our educational systems.
(C) Missionary schools should be given a chance to train each child in their various schools but with supervision from the "World Educational Council" located in their location. This would help reduce any kind of inconsistency with any religious sentiment.
(D) For the advancement of science and technology, more international science-oriented schools should be established from the grassroots throughout the world.
(E) More agricultural schools and universities should also be developed and properly managed by the World Educational Council; that way, more backward parts of the world could be easily integrated.
(F) There should also be some world law schools that can tackle the problems of uniformity in world laws.
(G) Huge amounts [of money] should be made available for the development of the large untapped man power of Africa and other developing countries.
HUNGER (RED, TEAM 5)
(A) There should be massive war against hunger in the world, especially in the
third world. Instead of wasting the scarce resources of planet earth, there
should be serious mechanized farming all over the earth.
(B) Desertification should be globally tackled as no nation-state alone can do this.
(C) Erosion and other nefarious problems that hinder agriculture should be eliminated.
(D) Again, there should be an organized and more efficient distribution network for the farm produce to get to the real people who cannot have three square meals a day.
(E) The world government should pass a law making it compulsory that every human being should be entitled to food, shelter, and other amenities like clean water and so on.
(F) Since a hungry man is an angry man, the world government should eliminate hunger completely; that way, some crimes could be eliminated at least from the grassroots levels globally.
COMMUNICATION (BLUE, TEAM 6)
(A) Should be as free and uninterrupted as air.
(B) Should be an avenue for world peace, unity, love, understanding, and interaction without dissolving our various cultures.
(C) There should be a universal lingua franca.
(D) The world should have a single network of SA (satellite).
(E) There should be one international Internet, television, radio, newspapers, and other magazines written in the central language.
(F) There should be a world international communication grid linking major highways, airspace, railways/express tramp, postal network.
(G) There should be global marriages, sports, symposiums, seminars, cultural exchanges, and other related international commitments-all these should be encouraged and strengthened.
(H) There should be actual strengthening and updating of latest communication equipment and computers in all parts of the world for smoother communication.
(I) Access to information should be cheaper-there is need for international libraries with up-to-date communication and information equipment.
RELIGION (PINK, TEAM 7)
(A) The new world government should keep hands off all religious matters.
(B) There should be freedom of worship and belief by anyone who needs it.
(C) Sentiments of politics should be divorced from all religious matters.
(D) Government should somehow moderate on areas where tensions are very high; this should be done through an advisory group.
(E) The World Workable Police (WWP) should arrest any group using religion to foment trouble and use the necessary world laws on religion to bring them to book.
DEFENSE/ARMAMENT (APRICOT, TEAM 8)
(A) There should be only 4 percent of the world national income to be allocated
(B) All types of nuclear, biological, chemical, and other weapons should be eliminated from the face of the earth.
(C) Various nuclear war heads and all kinds of armaments should be withdrawn by the world defense council of the world government.
(D) War machines and heavy tanks should be converted to world agricultural tanks for the development of world agriculture.
(E) Instead of expending much money on defense, there should be a World Workable Police (WWP). This organization, which should be thorough in world laws, can make global arrests and bring culprits down to courts instead of fighting and warring.
(F) The world police should be accountable to their various location centers.
(G) Espionage activities should be eradicated with the connection of an International Network on the universal grid; that way, all defense strategic weaponry will be continuously checked on the International Internet with a view to punishing any location that is going against the necessary world laws against armaments.
GOVERNMENT/LEGAL-WORLD LAW (GOLD, TEAM 9)
(A) There should be world law now, a modified world law that can tackle such
things as terrorism, quarrels over natural endowments like rivers, oceans,
borders, and so on.
(B) To do this there should be world law universities in almost all parts of the globe.
(C) Research should be carried out from time to time to update and upgrade new laws as things change.
(D) World law will take care of such issues as human rights abuses, fundamental issues like the right of residence of a world citizen etc.
(E) The new world government should protect the rights and liberties of its citizens globally.
(F) Terrorism should be globally tackled and the same punishment be metered against whomever is concerned despite where they are from or are residing-there should be a world law stating what terrorism is and the punishment for that, too. A situation whereby some powerful countries usurp their power by over-terrorizing smaller and weaker nations and calling their activities surveillance is quite unacceptable as the small countries are usually committing half of what they are doing as terrorist nations.
(G) Rights of women, children, the aged, and deformed should also be globally carved out, as the situation of widowhood system in this place has placed women as ordinary beings-just not important. In some places, women are not permitted to bail any person from police custody as many of them are not recognized as property owners-the world government should take care of these deficiencies and arrest the situation.
HEALTH (RED, TEAM 10)
(A) There should be free health for all by the year 2000. The emerging new world
government should give its backing to this.
(B) An uninterrupted free medical access should be available to all.
(C) There should be good doctors, well-qualified and with good salary to motivate their activities.
(D) Doctors should be trained by the appropriate authorities free of charge-that way there will be many to maintain the diverse number of people.
(E) Concentration of more doctors in the more advanced parts of the world should be reduced. Of course, with the same salary and the same currency or value of their services this could be enacted by the appropriate authorities.
(F) Cocaine, heroin, tobacco, and other dangerous drugs should be banned. In their place, enough food should be produced.
(G) Nutritional food and balanced diets should be taken and the government should subsidize this on a global basis.
(H) There should be mobile clinics, and more hospitals should be located in the remote parts of the world (third world). This will enable even the cattle Fulanis access to medical facilities within their various hideouts for duty.
(I) Doctors, nurses, and other health workers should not go on strike as this would endanger the lives of people.
(J) Such deadly diseases like syphilis and AIDS should be seriously tackled and eliminated. However, humans should shun animalistic sexual habits that tend to constitute a nuisance to their neighbors.
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