During 1994 and 1995, I walked around the world with the Interfaith Pilgrimage for Peace and Life, from Auschwitz to Hiroshima. The peace work was very good for us and very important for the people we met on the way.
My experience on that journey was positive almost every day, but there was something special in all borders we crossed. Sometimes I felt like a criminal; other times I just felt strange.
It was great to see how the Joy family always tried to use the World Citizen Passport.
I grew up on a farm and part of me came from the native people of Easter Island in the Pacific. For me, the Earth belongs to all, and we belong to the Earth.
After Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I met Sacred Run, and we ran 3500 kilometers from Rishiri Island to Minamata in Japan, with the idea of calling attention to the importance of our connection with the Earth.
My future is to keep going with these kinds of activities and to keep traveling around the world nonstop. I would like to be a legal World Citizen; (I am already a citizen of the world).
Please send me the necessary forms for requesting a World Citizen Passport. I travel to the USA very often and would like to meet you, if possible.
Ara Maea Garcia
To: World Service Authority
Attn: Director General
I have read about your humanitarian activities and the heroic life of Garry Davis. I was fascinated by his dramatic attempts to prevent future wars by uniting the people as world citizens and by ignoring fake laws and all governments.
Unfortunately, I am a refugee from Bulgaria who for the past six years has been living in this socialist monarchy of Denmark. On paper, I am equal to any Danish citizen, but as a matter of fact I am discriminated against and it is almost impossible for me to leave Denmark as a free man. With my original Bulgarian passport I was treated as a criminal every time I crossed the border to Germany and came back to Denmark.
The Danish government is asking every foreigner to live in Denmark for seven years before he is able to apply for Danish citizenship and a Danish passport. Since the future of Europe is not very certain, I would like to have an extra passport in my pocket in case there is an attempt to extradite me or if I want eventually to go to some freer country.
Please kindly let me know if some countries in the world are recognizing your passports, and send me an application form and further information on how to obtain your WSA passport.
Mr. Plamen Velitchkov
No factory can produce living things. That is why in the holy Quran the words of Allah say that of all living things I created, there is no creature as respected as man.
No crime in this world is worse than killing and producing weapons that destroy the life of these precious creatures. Unless the owners of those weapons have no religion and no feeling of humanity, we have set up universal strength principles which can make them take punishment seriously and educate them more about human rights. We have the responsibility to adjust this world to make it suitable for all human beings.
Hand-in-hand, I wish to help universally construct a democratic world and to change the attitudes of all government towards human rights.
Organizer of Regional World Syntegrity Project
You know from our newsletter etc. what a fantastic success our Peace Site Program has been.
Here are a few highlights:
Lynn Elling, Founder and Chair
World Citizen, Inc. (3721 48th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55406, U.S.A.; 800- 486-7664, 612-699-7446; fax 612-831-6153)
Dear Mr. Davis,
A friend of mine recently gave me a copy of World Citizen News. I must say, I have been unaware that this much information on subjects that I am interested in could be found neatly compiled all in one periodical.
I would be so appreciative if I could receive some detailed information about your organization. I would appreciate a timely response, as the World Citizen News issue I received was dated Oct./Nov. 1995 and I am eager to know what is new and current in the areas of world issues.
Hoping to hear from you soon!
Indeed, I am very grateful to you and your entire staff in the world offices for your courageous stand worldwide against human rights abuse.
I am a Sudanese from the south (Juba) who once violated these rights. Without knowing the difference, I supported the corrupt and misleading leaders of Sudan whose selfish aims were/are to cheat the weak by threatening their lives. In the end, these leaders turned against me when I refused to carry out their bloody orders.
Today, as I am approaching the real truth about human rights to freedom of speech, peace and justice, I appeal to the others who still oppress and abuse these rights to step down. Let's double our efforts to develop our one world for all mankind.
Morogo M. Loyangi Wani
Dear Garry Davis,
I thank God the almighty for adding more days to the many years of your hard work.
I take this opportunity to congratulate you on World Citizen News' Aug./Sept. 1995 issue, especially the article concerning renunciation of nationality.
This is a very appropriate time for me to declare my own renunciation of being a Sudanese national, and I swear to you before God that I would like to be a citizen of the World Government. I take this very seriously because my documents from Sudan were all spoiled due to the bloody war in southern Sudan. Honestly, I cannot go back to my homeland because Christians in Sudan experience terrible torture and the killing of innocent citizens.
Sir, I would say to you: struggle for success. We are behind your humble leadership of one peaceful government of one united world in our time.
Joseph Loku Loboka
Dear Mr. Garry Davis,
It is a pleasure writing you. In fact, it gave me great joy when I got your address from a friend of mine in Burkina Faso, who also gave me some brief explanations concerning your organization. It interested me a lot. That is why when I got to this place I decided to write you for more information about the organization.
I find it necessary and important to be a member of the organization. If you do not have any organizer here, I can do that, should give me the necessary support, because a lot of people here would be interested in it.
Please do not fail to send me your prospectus and any other necessary documents.
Pastor Raymond C. Njoku
(Publisher's comment: Many people learning of the World Government of World Citizens and the World Service Authority ask to become agents. The first step is to register with the government and be issued its documents: World Citizen Registration Card, World Passport, World ID Card and World Birth Certificate. The second step is to spread the word. WSA will supply application forms and brochures. After receiving a certain number of returns, WSA will appoint a provisional agent on a commission basis for a period of six months under contract. If both parties are mutually agreed, a full WSA agent contract will be signed.)
Just a short note of sincere thanks for reproducing Radio for Peace International's broadcast schedule in your most recent edition of World Citizen News.
It has been a pleasure working with you over the years and we hope to do so long into the future!
Thank you, too, for your untiring and unselfish labor to bring peace and global citizenship to our world.
The Staff of RFPI
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