To end for good the myth of "Illuminati" and the anti globalization manipulation

01 Dec, 2008
 None    Philosophy

Globalization is a wonderful trend

Lg“All the "Illuminati" myths are distilled through the internet to try to reverse the wonderful trend of globalization, which will lead us to the only way to save humanity: a world government ending nationalism, making all national armies obsolete and ending the huge waste of money which is military spending”.
Rael made the above comment today after reading another article claiming that the "doomsday" seed vault built in Norway earlier this year is actually a threat for Humanity.
The seed vault was built deep within an Arctic mountain in the remote Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, in order to protect millions of food crops from climate change, wars and natural disasters
The vault will serve as a backup for hundreds of other seed banks worldwide. It has the capacity to store 4.5 million seed samples from around the world and shield them from man-made and natural disasters, while dug into the permafrost of the mountain, and built to withstand an earthquake or a nuclear strike.
Norway owns the vault in Svalbard, a frigid archipelago about 620 miles (990 kilometers) from the North Pole. It paid $9.1 million for the construction. Other countries can deposit seeds without charge and reserve the right to withdraw them upon need.
The collecting of seeds is funded by the Global Crop Diversity Trust, which was founded by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization and Biodiversity International, a Rome-based research group.
The mission of the Trust is to ensure the conservation and availability of crop diversity for food security worldwide. It is working with more than 60 countries to "regenerate" unique collections of crops critical for food security, and to ensure that they are duplicated elsewhere for safety in a collection that meets international standards, as well as in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
The Trust is the only organization working worldwide to solve this problem, and according to Science Daily has already raised over $140 million.


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