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A Scientifically Verified and Practically Proven Means of Ensuring Safety and Security

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With TM, research into and application of the Unified Field Theory gives us the potential to actually prevent wars and serious crimes by addressing societal stress and similar factors leading to anti-social behaviour. It is possible for a small number of individuals amounting to the square root of one percent of a given population to influence through meditation the negative consciousness of the larger group. This can be compared to finding one's self in the company of a strong individual who exudes love for everybody; one cannot help but to feel the same toward everyone in the immediate vicinity. It is as if the person radiates energy, which on the sub-atomic level of course is what the universe and everything we know consists of.

The effect of IDT has now been validated in more than 600 studies by more than a hundred separate agencies and institutions in 35 countries worldwide, and this effort is accelerating. A comprehensive resource with articles and publications on IDT is available on the website of David R. Leffler, Ph.D. Dr Leffler and his wife Lee have dedicated this site to IDT and related subjects. The site is titled Invincible Defence Technology Command Center.



PROPOSAL TO IMPLEMENTATION IDT IN A MODERN SOUTH AFRICAN DEFENCE FORCE

In an Alternative White Paper On the New Security and Defence Policy of the Federal Republic of Germany and on the Future of the Bundeswehr published in 1995, it was recommended that the main structure of the organization include a Prevention Force. Since the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is changing to the NATO GS System with nine staff elements, it may be a good idea to follow the example of NATO countries like Germany. It might also be a good idea to first have a major South African university conduct carefully documented IDT trials, using this information to persuade those with reservations due to lack of knowledge and exposure to IDT. This could also be used to tailor South Africa's own Prevention Force to unique South African conditions.

The mission of the SANDF Prevention Force will be to apply the techniques of IDT in daily meditation sessions to prevent enemies from arising against the country. The IDT infrastructure in South Africa is already well-enough established to facilitate the effective training and guiding of such a force. Two of the main role-players in South Africa are:

  • Nigel Kahn, Director of Communication, Invincible South Africa.
  • Kolbe Anema, National Director for Invincible Defence for the Global Country of World Peace, South Africa.

The Prevention Force can be recruited from all corps in the SANDF and could be placed under the command of one corps like the Intelligence Corps or the South Africa Military Health Service (SAMHS). Such a force would need a permanent base with its own facilities and identity. Since it may not be viable to have members of this unit simply meditate two to four times a day they may be given a secondary function like communications (GS6) or civil-military relations (GS9).

The Prevention Force will have to be carefully recruited by trained and experienced personnel to ensure selection of soldiers suitable for the role. This has already been done in Mozambique. When the civil war there ended in 1992, 16 000 personnel were trained in IDT and that mission was carried out. With the South African population of 45 million, the required size of the Prevention Force will total about 670 men and women. The IDT element will probably be kept at about that level, and the logistical support for the unit can be handled by the same members who do the meditation exercises. Even if more personnel are required, the unit size will still be about that of an average infantry battalion.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ESTABLISHING THE PREVENTION FORCE

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