Gepubliceerd op 3 feb 2013
Mehran Keshe: World Peace can be a byproduct of Keshe Technology
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Inventor Mehran Keshe discusses his transformational technology, world peace treaty and forthcoming world peace conference process
By Alfred Lambremont Webre
VANCOUVER, BC — Mehran Keshe, the Iranian-born new energy inventor, discusses his transformational technology, world peace treaty and forthcoming world peace conference process in a wide-ranging ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre
In his interview, Mr. Keshe notes that world peace among nations can actually be actually a byproduct of his advanced technology. Keshe technology, which is based on electromagnetic fields, reportedly can be used for a diversity of applications, from inexpensive and rapid intergalactic and interplanetary space travel, inexpensive and rapid air and automobile travel on Earth, medical cure applications, food applications such as creating water and food from air.
World and individual peace process
The Keshe Foundation has developed a one-paragraph World Peace Treaty it is asking all world leaders to sign, both as individuals and as heads of state of their respective nations. Mr. Keshe is also asking that “all citizens of the world” sign the World Peace Treaty as a shift in commitment and consciousness to abandon war as a human activity on Earth.
To this end, Mr. Keshe is organizing a World Peace Conference process, to commence March 21, 2013. The starting venue of this process may be Italy, as Mr. Keshe describes the support the World Peace Treaty is receiving among members of the Italian Parliament in his ExopoliticsTV interview.
As part of the continuing process, Mr. Keshe invites all citizens of the world to sign the World Peace Treaty on April 21, 2013. Mr. Keshe urges those who wish to more actively support the process to take copies of the Treaty to foreign embassies and urge their governments to adopt the World Peace Treaty.
Mr. Keshe states in his ExopoliticsTV interview that the Obama White House has a copy of the World Peace Treaty, as does the government of Iran.
World Peace Treaty
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