CALENDAR OF SELECTED P.E.A.C.E. AND ONE WAR EVENT
June 8, 1967. USS Liberty deliberately attacked by Israeli air and naval forces killing 34 and wounding over 170. Forty years of lies and cover up by both countries have followed. There can be no peace without truth and justice.
June 27-29, 2000. Roundtable on Sustainable Peace and discussions with the Government of Canada on the Sustainable Peace and Development program.
October 17-18, 2000. Sustainable Peace and Development program presentation and discussion with students, faculty and community at the University of Missouri, Columbia. MO.
November 27, 2001. Third edition draft of legislation to establish the Professional Peaceworker Corps circulated to five U.S. Senators for comments.
February 16, 2002. Presentation about the global SPD system to the Peace Forum, American University, Washington, D.C.
June 2002. Letters sent to every member of the U.S. Congress proposing a constitutional amendment designating the President as the principal Peace Worker of the United States.
September 10-16. 2002. Visit to the University of Jordan to discuss establishing the SPD program in the Middle East.
October 21, 2003. University of Jordan formally adopts the SPD program and starts implementation.
December 8, 2003. Presented the SPD program to the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the Department of Political Affairs, UN Headquarters in New York.
January 23-30, 2004. Visit to Univ. of Jordan to conduct Needs Assessment Survey.
February 23-27, 2004. Visit to the University of North Texas, and the University of Texas at Austin, to present the SPD program.
March 30-April 1, 2004. Visit to the University of Texas – Pan American, to present the SPD program.
June 23, 2004. Revisit to University of North Texas to advance discussion of SPD system.
April 2005. Visits to the University of Kansas, and Tribal Colleges in Kansas, South Dakota, New Mexico, and Arizona to present the SPD program.
November 2005. Visit to Japan and SPD presentations to Hiroshima U., Ritsumeikan U., Soka U., and the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
April 2006. Visit to the University of Missouri to present the SPD program.
October 18-20, 2006. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Peace Studies Program at the University of Missouri drafted and signed.
November 2006. Visit to universities in South Africa, Uganda, and Tanzania. MOU signed with the University of Dar es Salaam.
April 2007. Visit to Ohio: Wilmington College, Dayton International Peace Museum, Ohio State University, Sinclair Community College, Xavier University, Antioch College.
May 2007. Visit to the U.S. Institute of Peace; the American University; and the Office of Representative David Hobson (R-Ohio).
Nov 2007. Visit to Egypt to present the SPD program at the American University in Cairo, Cairo University, Alexandria University, and the Institute for Peace Studies at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
January 2008 – January 2010. Two years of correspondence and visits to universities presenting Plan C as a logical evolutionary addition to the Sustainable Peace and Development (SPD) program.
July 2010. Major modification to Plan C, and new strategy to brief critical elite groups on the impact of acknowledging the historical and continuing relationship of Earth with visiting Extraterrestrial cultures. Academe has opted out without political cover.
April 14 – 24, 2011. Trip to India. Cosmic Humanity presentation given at Maharastra Technical Institute, Pune, and the India International Centre, New Delhi. Meetings held with Rajya Sabha Members, and administrators and faculty of Deccan College. Copies of the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty given to the India Minister of Foreign Affairs, and to the Pakistan, China, and Russian Federation ambassadors to India.
March 2016. Introduction of the Peace Coins, a new phase of Peace Inc.’s Cosmic/Earth peace programs. This is the beginning of a new website that will grow and replace most of the current website.
March 1, 2016. Official retirement of the Sustainable Peace Program (SPD) after fourteen year of failure to successfully engage the global academic community.
March 9, 2016. Official launch of the new Peace Coin website.