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Holland's clear indications of rising national consciousness
by Global Good News staff writer
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14 July 2007
Dr Paul Gelderloos, Chief Minister of the Global Country of World Peace for Holland, reported on several governmental, statistical indications of rising national consciousness. 'Holland's centre of statistics annually reports on 60 different variables,' he said, 'some of which would have been very difficult to predict.'
Fewer people died, there were significantly less prisoners, and fewer speeding tickets were issued, indicating less violations of national and Natural Law. In addition, traffic fatalities, already one of the lowest in the whole world, showed a large decrease in 2006, and there was a 30-50 per cent decrease in different types of crime.
Trains were less interrupted even though more people used them; more people bought organic food, and 20 per cent more people went to the museum. Dutch children were found to be the happiest in a 21-national study; and the Dutch people were most successful in quitting smoking. The country's elders were found to be getting the best care of all the countries in the European Union.
As crime and negative measures decreased, economic development increased. Dr Gelderlos reported that the gross domestic product for 2002-2005 showed a national deficit. However, after April 2006, when the country reached its super-radiance number of Yogic Flyers flying together, the country 'quite unexpectedly, suddenly had a surplus'. Economic growth went from none to almost three per cent; and annual inflation in 2006 was the lowest in 17 years, with a five per cent growth in retail revenues. The annual hotel/catering industry also went from barely growing to a five per cent increase; and in 2006, 100,000 more people found jobs, creating a 25-year low in unemployment.
Given these statistics, it is no surprise that Holland's 'Economic Climate Clock' measuring the 15 most important economic indicators, shows an economic boom due to consumer confidence at a seven-year high.
Closing with more good news, Dr Gelderloos showed slides of their beautiful new property on a plateau about 100 kilometers from Vlodrop. In the area, zoned for care hotels and hospitals, Dr Gelderloos are proposing three buildings he described as, 'ladies' and 'gents' facilities and a hospital. They have also acquired a large spa already in use by older clients; and gained an opportunity for building two more invincibility schools, with the plan to have an invincibility school, spa, and hospital in each of their 12 provinces to make Holland invincible forever.
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