Why we have to constantly advance our developments in the Pursuit of Peace
One of the Reasons - The hidden Atrocities of war
Fifty two years after the end of WW2 in Europe and victory over the fanatical Nazi regime which murdered and butchered millions of people there are still genocidal atrocities emerging from the dark closet of inhumanity. Dr Heinrich Gross, the monster of Pavilion 15 may stand trial for crimes against humanity - in Dr Gross’s children’s hospital, you stuttered, you died; you had a harelip, you died; you wet your bed, you died. After you were abused, that is. Yet after the War Austria honoured and rewarded this man. These atrocities of total cruelty and without any remorse for their tormented victims by Dr Gross show that we dare not allow this effect to happen again as there are many Dr Gross’s in this life and only emerge in the darkness of a world in conflict.
We should not forget therefore that if at any time technological supremacy falls into the hands of the fanatical suppressers of this world, genocide is a dire consequence. The ORE-STEM complex will maintain the technological edge that will be so greatly needed in the 21st century to dilute global conflict. In this respect the institute sees that the next century will be the most crucial in the history of the world - it will either learn to live in harmony with its fellow nations or will in a short time destroy itself through human failings, stupidity and sheer madness. We have not to forget these emerging facts of determinism for humankind’s future sustainability on this planet.
It is predicted that in the next 20 years the S.E.Asian economies will have parity with the ‘West’s patenting activity not only in the United States but in Europe also. Additionally it is felt that these emerging industrialised nations will have dominance in China due to their close proximity to the world’s largest emerging economy. Complacency, with all its ramifications has not to be ignored as the history of the world has shown before what has happened to the leading nations in centuries passed-by. Indeed the pace of advancement now makes for a greater urgency in comprehending the problems that we shall face in the not too distant future. If we do not, the moment will be upon us before we know where we are and then it may be too late. The ‘West’ has to harness the creative thoughts and observations of the future world before others seize on this ultimate dynamism of technological superiority.Our grandchildren and their children must not be allowed to suffer due to our inadequacies and misunderstanding of what we are starting to be, and will be relentlessly up against in 50 years hence from now. The 21st century will be the most hostile economic environment ever to be witnessed by mankind - we therefore have to build the ‘ORE’ before the dawn of this new world engulfs our very existence and security.
Chief Executive Research Officer
ORE-STEM Complex: Transnational Companies - World-wide Assets Location
The recent United Nation’s annual survey of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) constructs an index of transnationality which works out the ratio’s of companies’ foreign assets to total assets, foreign sales to total sales and foreign employment to total employment - the index is the average of the three numbers. According to the analysis many of the major corporations have the majority of their assets outside their home nation. This again gives added credence to the institute’s strategy that many transnationals will build around the ORE-STEM complex - their driving force to capture and manufacture the new technological products, processes and services of the future and control the market place for the life of a global patent. This together with the institute’s work on globalized specialist subcontracting that determined many transnationals such as Microsoft and Boeing out-source their turnover to the tune of 91% and 93% respectfully. These will eventually determine the situation.
COMPARISON OF S.E. ASIAN PATENT ACTIVITY WITH SEVERAL G7 NATIONS
% Rate of Acceleration or Rate of Change: Time Period on Time Period (in real terms)
||91' - 92'||92' - 93'||93' - 94'||94' - 95'
|France ||-7.1 ||-7.7||0 ||-4.2
|Italy ||+8.3 ||-15.4||0 ||0
|Japan ||0 ||-6.8||-4.7||-1.1
|Rep. of Korea ||+22.49 ||+3.2||+34.4 ||+15.1
|Singapore ||+7.3 ||+29.7||+25.1||+2.3
|Taiwan ||+11.8 ||+12.35|| +6.5||+4.7
America’s Role in the World of the 21st Century
The United States’s role in the next century will, as it has been for the 20th century, be crucial and vital for the survival of mankind. This can be expressed to some extent in the terms that Churchill expressed to de Gaulle when having lunch with him on his train near Portsmouth, England in 1944 just before D-Day. According to a conversation with Alain Peyrefitte in 1963 de Gaulle said Churchill raged at me and shouted with all the force in his lungs, "Look here, de Gaulle, every time I have to choose between Europe and the wide open sea, I shall choose the wide open sea! (in Churchill's mind, as all Europe had been conquered by the Nazi’s, only the sea had saved Britain) When I have to choose between you de Gaulle, and Roosevelt, I shall choose Roosevelt! If we liberate Europe now it’s because we have the Americans with us. And if we only had the Free French to help us we’d have to re-embark straight away! Like Dunkirk four years ago." We have not to forget what Churchill said, it is as relevant today as it was in 1944. Europe therefore should not alienate the Americans in thinking that it can stand on it’s own two feet without them.This is a bridge too far to contemplate for the freedom of Europe and for a peaceful world.