Andersen, Hendrick Christian [Hrsg.]; Hébrard, Ernest M.   [Hrsg.]
Creation of a world centre of communication — Paris, 1913

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built and formed by the most impartial human understanding, economically
and intellectually, scientifically as well as spiritually, for only upon these
just lines will the men of all nations be guided, if they are to unite in
reality to live in peace and harmony and to respect liberty and justice.

The economic value of such a centre would be undeniable; its practical
utility unquestionable; its use in forming a stronger bond out of the ever
increasing desires of men to develop and utilise the full strength of their
ability, — a reality : whilst the terrible development of prejudices that exist
like powerful walls between nation and nation, would be almost entirely
obliterated from the face of the earth. Invisible strong arms forming a human
chain, would circle the whole world and unite its people and their endea-
vours by one strong link, which through their spiritual and righteous efforts,
could and would lay the great foundation stone for building a worldly
kingdom inspired by love and fellowship, and by the incontrovertible assu-
rance that it is for us to give the Kingdom of God within us a comprehensive,
material existence upon earth by our own efforts, strengthened by peace,
justice and unity.

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