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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

July 2020
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Speeches

“I am grateful to have had the opportunity to be on Reagan’s team when we were able to defeat the primary force of evil on the planet: the communist Soviet Union, and we did it without a major war that would have slaughtered millions. How did we do that? We championed the same values that have brought us here today and we helped those fighting for their freedom. We made the enemy of our enemy our friend. It became known as the Reagan Doctrine.”

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“The extent of globalization can be measured by many variables, each with its own paradigm related to many globalization aspects: economics (trade, finance, FDI, portfolio investment, incomes...); political; social; cultural… This process has interrelated effects on the environment, culture, political systems, economic development, prosperity, security, and on human well-being in societies around the world.”

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“Now, probably more than ever, we are living in moments of peace, but this global peace is very weak and needs reliable partners, visionary leaders. Leaders who are open to collaboration with all the states of the world, regardless of the size of the state, its wealth or military power.”

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“As global citizens it is our responsibility to unite our efforts to secure peace and mutual prosperity in our respective regions to promote human development and growth in all aspects of life. We must collaborate, extend cooperation and work in harmony in order to achieve our common goals.”

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“Contact every city councilman you know, every county representative, state legislator, congressman, senator, every priest and pastor, every friend and relative. Tell them action is needed in an area of the world to help establish or protect peace. If we established a hot line so we could communicate with partners around the world, we could stop a crisis from happening. Tell your contacts; the more free people who understand a situation, the more local pressure there is for governments to ease or solve an issue.”

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“Our citizens cannot prosper if they live in turmoil brought about by radical acts of violence or trafficking of illegal narcotics. Only by nations joining together can we succeed in resolving the major obstacles we currently face. It is my belief that that will be the only path to bringing security and safety to our countries and the world.”

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“The biggest question is not about what and how; it is about the will to bring about positive peace that paves the way for social and economic development based on rules of law and respect for universal values.”

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“I often think about how amazing the path of human development has been. How a relatively weak and disorganized species that faced threats to survival by the natural elements and by fierce predators has evolved into the dominant force on earth. Humans have a unique ability to record findings, findings that are passed down from generation to generation, with know-how always advancing. The sharing of these findings have led to remarkable medical, engineering, and scientific breakthroughs.”

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“In 2016 in the U.S. Senate Dirksen Building, Mother Moon, together with 120 members of Congress, hosted by Senator Orrin Hatch, founded the International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace, imbuing it with a powerful vision and total investment of heart to achieve peace, freedom, and prosperity throughout the world. A number of us have put forth some suggestions of issues that impact every person on earth, and that might be worthy concerns for this organization to consider during the coming decade.”

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“We are the luckiest generation. We have experienced more freedom, leisure time, education, medicine, and travel than any people in history. Great ideas keep coming. The more we prosper, the more we can prosper. The more we invent, the more inventions become possible. Almost everything is subject to diminishing returns. But the world of ideas is not: The ever-increasing exchange of ideas causes the ever-increasing rate of innovation in the modern world. We will never exhaust our supply of ideas, discoveries, and inventions.”

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“A peaceful family unit entrenched in strong bonds of kinship, ethics and a well-established tradition of honor will fight insecurity and terrorism better than any weapons.  This is because if we pay more attention to the imperative of producing well-adjusted, rational human beings, it will dry up the human supply lines that feed the cells of terrorists.”

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“As a region, our people in the Pacific represent one of the most vulnerable communities to the threats posed by climate change. Our very survival as viable nations in the future is seriously being threatened.”

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