Global Schools: Exporting Our New Brand
The Peace Project is the culmination of 18 years of training for each student. Its mission is to create (then maintain) Global Schools in as many countries as will allow it, in order to disseminate the latest technology to the people living there. As such, these Global schools would first be built to accommodate the ‘Bottom Billion,’ located in countries needing the most assistance in terms of essential needs production and infrastructure. The first 6 years (Daycare through Kindergarten) would be spent learning skills like listening, empathy, team building, etc.; the second 6 years (1st through 6th grades) would involve adopting a Country and their language, while building the skills necessary to help solve problems in all areas of the World. The last 6 years (7th through 12th) would involve more intense training at various Global Schools throughout the regional, national, and international Community, and would culminate in communication and mutual problem solving with each student’s “adopted” Country. To satisfy everyone’s Mandatory Military Conscription, we would be employing the Military for occasional “boot camps”, team-building exercises, self-defense and other discipline training.
Global Schools are designed as Education and Healthcare facilities, and would each come with a Molten Salt Reactor attached, in order to power the entire facility, and the area immediately surrounding it. This would give each country the chance to build a small community around the Global School facility, and utilize the technology provided in the Education portion of the school.
Global Schools would offer training in Healthcare, further Education, Energy production, Agriculture (regenerative and vertical farming), Communication, Transportation, Housing, Water and Waste Management. Part of the plan is for ‘graduates’ of these schools to go forth and help found other schools, in the hope that the world’s best technology and knowledge to build and maintain it is evenly distributed. Our children would establish communication with the children of these countries several years prior, where goals could be established about how to best serve the needs of the people living there, once they arrived. The training of our children for this mission is discussed in the Global School Training article.
- 4 million students per grade X 6 grades (7th through 12th) = 24 million kids attending the Global Schools each year
- Global Schools will house 5,000 students at a time, and include dormitories, cafeterias, work areas inside and out, and surrounding terrain suitable for physical training / boot camps / construction, etc.
- With eight 5-week tracks per year X 5,000 students per track, We will need to build 600 Global Schools throughout the U.S.
- The first 4 years of Our 8-year plan will be used for construction and implementing instruction, working out all the kinks, etc.
In Year 3 [after the national Education Infrastructure is complete, including the 600 Global Schools within the US], We will begin building the first International Global Schools. These first schools will be built in:
Mexico / U.S. Border (called “Immigration Control Areas”. We will need 2 to 3 settlements)
By Year 4, We will be sending students to our Southern border and Puerto Rico, to practice trying to find and solve problems in our own backyard before attempting this feat abroad. Meanwhile, We will be building Schools abroad in:
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- El Salvador
- On Standby: Eritrea, Guinea-Bissau, The Gambia*
- Central African Republic
- On Standby: Comoros, Kiribati, Burkina Faso
- On Standby: Mozambique, Togo, South Sudan
- Sierra Leone
- Solomon Island
- On Standby: Uganda, Senegal, Benin
- Marshall Islands
- On Standby: Tajikistan, Lesotho, Tanzania
* “On Standby” is a list of the countries who are “on deck” to receive the next Global School. If any initial country declines our help, we would look at the Standby list to determine who could fill that void. Some countries may simply pose too much of a security risk by the time their name comes up on our list. Any country bypassed would certainly be asked again later, but not until we had cycled through the entire list of other countries. As the waiting list could take as long as 20 years to cycle through, we hope countries take advantage of our offer the first time, and create a safe space for us to help their people.
The Peace Project would replace mandatory military conscription; we would no longer send our children off to fight on someone else’s property. If a country decided they did not need anything from us, we would not take it personally, and be ready to help another time if asked.
Global Schools Cost:
- $2 Billion in Construction Costs per School X 200 Schools = $400 Billion [includes cost of a Small Nuclear Reactor = $1 Billion, can handle 112,000 homes]
- $250 Million a year in Supplies and Equipment X 200 Schools = $50 Billion a year
- $50 Million in yearly Staff Salaries and Wages X 200 Schools = $10 Billion a year
- Security Assistance: $4.3 Billion is the usual amount paid for our Military to keep Ambassadors and Government Officials safe while they are abroad. $1.163 Billion is also spent for Worldwide Security Protection. We will set aside $5 Billion for the Military to oversee security for this endeavor.
- United Nations (and other international organizations): $1.529 Billion to keep them up and running.
- Travel Expenses: Moving nearly 4 million students all over the world each year will incur a significant cost. Until our Federal Airlines is built (Or we decide to transport people by ship), a cost of $6 Billion for travel will be added to the bill.
We would combine all the above costs into one giant $500 Billion Bank Loan. That would give us enough capital to fund our plan for 8 years. Meanwhile, we would look for ways to have it ultimately pay for itself starting the ninth year. This would leave us with a yearly Loan Payment of $28.65 Billion (at least when it is all finished, we would have put all this money straight into our collective retirement fund).