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In 2002, it was reported that British Prime Minister Tony Blair had told a friend an amusing tale about our man George W. Bush. It seems that the two of them and French President Jacques Chirac had gotten into an economics discussion, after which George supposedly confided to Tony that he was decidedly unimpressed with Jacques’ views: “The problem with the French,” Bush…
“The United Nations and every media corporation on Earth have come to a historic agreement on establishing The World Peace Channel, soon to be available for viewing on every television cable system in the world. The World Peace Channel will soon be watched by the entire human race, with the express purpose of furthering the cause of world peace among the nations and people of the Earth.”
The front page headline of every newspaper in the world would read, “World Peace Channel Coming Soon.” That is, if the United Nations and every cable television corporation on Earth came to an agreement.
What type of agreement are we talking about here? An agreement to take an action which will build world citizens’ understanding, while increasing humanity’s knowledge of the realities on Earth.
Now, what will viewers be tuning in to when they select the World Peace Channel, Channel #1? Yes, the World Peace Channel shall be placed on every cable listing in the world as channel number 1. Those who participated in this history making event decided that, since world peace is the wish of every human being, this deserved placement at channel #1 on every listing.
The United Nations now has 193 member states. Sixty minutes in an hour, times twenty-four hours in a day, times seven days in a week, equals 10,080 minutes. Divide 10,080 by 193 and you come up with 51 minutes per week for every one of the member states of the United Nations to express views on the state of the world.
This amounts to 9,843 minutes. The remaining 237 minutes would be available for advertising by those corporations who wish to help bring peace to the world and humanity, with payment of $500,000 per minute of advertising.
As this channel shall be viewed by every person on Earth, the $500,000/minute rate came to be determined as a good “bang for the buck” for corporations wishing to market their business and products to billions of people around the world.
The $118,500,000/week advertising revenue will easily pay for the minimum production costs of the new worldwide channel, leaving many millions of dollars per week of revenue for related peace initiatives.
The idea for a World Peace Channel came anonymously, in a letter to the United Nations address in New York. The letter quickly ended up in the hands of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who then took the step of contacting every cable television company CEO in the world.
The rest, as they say, is history.
Mr. Ban Ki-moon admitted to being skeptical at first, but when the letter listed hundreds of channels that a typical cable subscriber can view, and that there were no channels dealing with world peace, he decided it was an excellent idea and acted to bring it about.
The Secretary-General said that when the anonymous letter listed many channels available to average viewers, he became convinced action to realize such a channel was called for. The United Nations provided the following excerpt of the letter, which Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said, “was the heart of the matter.”
“…Mr. Secretary-General, none of the following channels, only a partial listing of all those available, have dedicated their efforts to world peace. I am asking you to start actions with cable companies in every country on Earth, to join with the United Nations and set up a World Peace Channel.”
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