The LIFENET Plan

A Systematic Approach to Overcoming the Global Planetary Crisis


Research Paper (postgraduate), 1999
220 Pages

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Table of Contents

1 CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT

2 MEMORANDUM OF RISK

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.1 General Information
3.2 Introduction
3.2.1 An Action Plan for Infrastructure-Completion and Future-Safeguarding
3.2.2 Development-Engineering as the Statutory Task of a Corporate Network
3.3 Business Description
3.3.1 Location
3.3.2 Current Position and Future Outlook
3.3.3 Project Rationale
3.4 Goals and Objectives
3.5 Management and Ownership
3.6 Product Uniqueness
3.7 Funds Sought and Usage
3.8 Exit
3.9 Further Options for Shareholders
3.10 Financial Summary
3.10.1 Notes
3.10.2 Summary Income Statement

4 OBJECTIVES
4.1 Lifenet in the Framework of African Development Objectives
4.2 Objectives of Lifenet Divisions in Alphabetical Order
4.2.1 Agronet
4.2.2 Aid Company
4.2.3 Aquanet
4.2.4 Aquanet (Landscape Contractors)
4.2.5 Century City
4.2.6 Communet
4.2.7 Edunet
4.2.8 Foodnet
4.2.9 Glad Company
4.2.10 Global Family Structure
4.2.11 Global Hotel & Tourism
4.2.12 Global Transport Corporation
4.2.13 Global Trust Network
4.2.14 Housenet
4.2.15 Industrial Levitation Systems
4.2.16 Infranet
4.2.17 Jobnet
4.2.18 Landnet
4.2.19 Life Center Structure
4.2.20 Lifenet (Department Stores)
4.2.21 Logy Corporation
4.2.22 Medinet
4.2.23 Moneynet
4.2.24 Operation Desert Bloom
4.2.25 Organic Products Corporation
4.2.26 Socialnet
4.2.27 Solarcars
4.2.28 Solarnet
4.2.29 Solarnet (Glass Works)
4.2.30 Textilenet
4.2.31 Tradenet
4.2.32 Transnet
4.2.33 Trashnet
4.2.34 United World Organization
4.2.34.1 Preliminary Notes
4.2.34.2 Objectives

5 STRATEGIES
5.1 Managing related Strategies
5.2 Production and Administration related Strategies
5.3 Strategies of Lifenet Divisions in Alphabetical Order
5.3.1 Agronet
5.3.2 Aid Company
5.3.3 Aquanet
5.3.4 Aquanet (Landscape Contractors)
5.3.5 Century City
5.3.6 Communet
5.3.7 Edunet
5.3.8 Foodnet
5.3.9 Glad Company
5.3.10 Global Family Structure
5.3.11 Global Hotel & Tourism
5.3.12 Global Transport Corporation
5.3.13 Global Trust Network
5.3.14 Housenet
5.3.15 Industrial Levitation Systems
5.3.16 Infranet
5.3.17 Jobnet
5.3.18 Landnet
5.3.19 Life Center Structure
5.3.20 Lifenet (Department Stores)
5.3.21 Logy Corporation
5.3.22 Medinet
5.3.23 Moneynet
5.3.24 Operation Desert Bloom
5.3.25 Organic Products Corporation
5.3.26 Socialnet
5.3.27 Solarcars
5.3.28 Solarnet
5.3.29 Solarnet (Glass Works)
5.3.30 Textilenet
5.3.31 Tradenet
5.3.32 Transnet
5.3.33 Trashnet
5.3.34 United World Organization

6 BUSINESS DESCRIPTION, STATUS AND OUTLOOK
6.1 Business Description, Status and Outlook of Lifenet Divisions in Alphabetical Order
6.1.1 Agronet
6.1.2 Aid Company
6.1.3 Aquanet
6.1.4 Aquanet (Landscape Contractors)
6.1.5 Century City
6.1.6 Communet
6.1.7 Edunet
6.1.8 Foodnet
6.1.9 Glad Company
6.1.10 Global Family Structure
6.1.11 Global Hotel & Tourism
6.1.12 Global Transport Corporation
6.1.13 Global Trust Network
6.1.14 Housenet
6.1.15 Industrial Levitation Systems
6.1.16 Infranet
6.1.17 Jobnet
6.1.18 Landnet
6.1.19 Life Center Structure
6.1.20 Lifenet (Department Stores)
6.1.21 Logy Corporation
6.1.22 Medinet
6.1.23 Moneynet
6.1.24 Operation Desert Bloom
6.1.25 Organic Products Corporation
6.1.26 Socialnet
6.1.27 Solarcars
6.1.28 Solarnet
6.1.29 Solarnet (Glass Works)
6.1.30 Textilenet
6.1.31 Tradenet
6.1.32 Transnet
6.1.33 Trashnet
6.1.34 United World Organization

7 MANAGEMENT AND OWNERSHIP
7.1 The Modes of Government
7.2 Organization and Supervision of Development-Engineering Projects
7.3 Customized Financial and Operational Techniques Required
7.4 Africanization of Management
7.5 The Lifenet Inauguration Team
7.6 Initialization and Ownership
7.7 Management Policies

8 PRODUCT OR SERVICE
8.1 The Unfilled Need
8.1.1 A Decision for Wealth, Peace and Full-Employment
8.1.2 Lifenet - the Cornerstone of a New Era
8.1.3 The Unfilled Need - Lifenet Divisions in Alphabetical Order
8.1.3.1 Agronet
8.1.3.2 Aid Company
8.1.3.3 Aquanet
8.1.3.4 Aquanet (Landscape Contractors)
8.1.3.5 Century City
8.1.3.6 Communet
8.1.3.7 Edunet
8.1.3.8 Foodnet
8.1.3.9 Glad Company
8.1.3.10 Global Family Structure
8.1.3.11 Global Hotel & Tourism
8.1.3.12 Global Transport Corporation
8.1.3.13 Global Trust Network
8.1.3.14 Housenet
8.1.3.15 Industrial Levitation Systems
8.1.3.16 Infranet
8.1.3.17 Jobnet
8.1.3.18 Landnet
8.1.3.19 Life Center Structure
8.1.3.20 Lifenet (Department Stores)
8.1.3.21 Logy Corporation
8.1.3.22 Medinet
8.1.3.23 Moneynet
8.1.3.24 Operation Desert Bloom
8.1.3.25 Organic Products Corporation
8.1.3.26 Socialnet
8.1.3.27 Solarcars
8.1.3.28 Solarnet
8.1.3.29 Solarnet (Glass Works)
8.1.3.30 Textilenet
8.1.3.31 Tradenet
8.1.3.32 Transnet
8.1.3.33 Trashnet
8.1.3.34 United World Organization
8.2 Uniqueness and Differentiation
8.2.1 Uniqueness and Differentiation of Lifenet Divisions in Alphabetical Order
8.2.1.1 Agronet
8.2.1.2 Aid Company
8.2.1.3 Aquanet
8.2.1.4 Aquanet (Landscape Contractors)
8.2.1.5 Century City
8.2.1.6 Communet
8.2.1.7 Edunet
8.2.1.8 Foodnet
8.2.1.9 Glad Company
8.2.1.10 Global Family Structure
8.2.1.11 Global Hotel & Tourism
8.2.1.12 Global Transport Corporation
8.2.1.13 Global Trust Network
8.2.1.14 Housenet
8.2.1.15 Industrial Levitation Systems
8.2.1.16 Infranet
8.2.1.17 Jobnet
8.2.1.18 Landnet
8.2.1.19 Life Center Structure
8.2.1.20 Lifenet (Department Stores)
8.2.1.21 Logy Corporation
8.2.1.22 Medinet
8.2.1.23 Moneynet
8.2.1.24 Operation Desert Bloom
8.2.1.25 Organic Products Corporation
8.2.1.26 Socialnet
8.2.1.27 Solarcars
8.2.1.28 Solarnet
8.2.1.29 Solarnet (Glass Works)
8.2.1.30 Textilenet
8.2.1.31 Tradenet
8.2.1.32 Transnet
8.2.1.33 Trashnet
8.2.1.34 United World Organization
8.3 Development in the Context of Socialization
8.4 The Role of Governments
8.4.1 Taxation and Regulation
8.4.2 Investment Incentives, Privileges, Repatriation of Capital, Dividends
8.5 Pricing and Value
8.5.1 Price Controls, Rebates, Subsidies and Government Involvement
8.5.2 Value and the Corporate Identity
8.5.3 Achieving World Peace in the Context of Value Creation
8.5.4 Pricing and the Corporate Identity
8.5.5 Pricing Strategies
8.6 Trademarks, Copyrights, Licensing and Patents

9 MARKET RESEARCH AND ASSUMPTIONS
9.1 Market Overview, Size and Justification
9.2 Market Channels and Commercial Arrangements
9.3 Major Trends, Niches and Opportunities
9.4 Customer Profile
9.5 Competition
9.6 Market Share
9.7 Geographic Market Factors
9.8 Raw Materials and Procurement
9.9 Barriers to Market Entry

10 MARKETING STRATEGIES

11 OPERATIONAL PLANS
11.1 Sales Forecasts
11.2 Services
11.3 Advertising and Promotions
11.4 Preparation of Public Offering of Company Shares
11.5 Selling Methods
11.6 Service and Delivery
11.7 Production, Supply and Stocking Plans
11.8 Facility Plans
11.9 Design, Technical and Engineering Plans
11.10 Environmental Aspects
11.10.1 Effects on the Physical Environment
11.10.2 Effects on the Social Environment
11.11 Research and Development Plans
11.12 General Administration Plans
11.13 Employment and Personnel Plans
11.14 Insurance
11.15 Other Plans
11.16 Critical Issues
11.17 Risks and Safeguards
11.18 Proposed Financial and Technical Assistance from the Bank

12 FINANCIAL PLANS
12.1 Assumptions, Definitions and Notes
12.2 Income Statement

13 CONCLUSION

14 APPENDIX
14.1 Articles of Association
14.2 Memorandum of Association

1 CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT

The information, data and drawings embodied in this business plan are strictly confidential and are supplied on the understanding that they will be held confidentially and not disclosed to third parties without the prior written consent of LIFENET S.A.

2 MEMORANDUM OF RISK

The following business plan represents management’s best current estimate of the future potential of the business. It must be recognized that no business plan can fully represent every possible business develop- ment in any of the envisioned market segments in the future. Therefore investors should be aware that the figures and projections given in this business plan are estimates that must be fully evaluated and discussed with management and experts fully capable of interpreting the information prior to any investment.

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3.1 General Information

Company Name: LIFENET TUNISIA S.A.

Contact: Mr. Taoufik Amamou, Mr. Michael A. Louis.

All figures embodied in this business plan are projected for LIFENET TUNISIA S.A. (the Holding Com- pany), whereas the general political and economic concepts outlined in the plan equally apply to LIFENET Divisions that may be formed as subsidiaries in other countries of Africa, the Middle East, and the rest of the world.

Certain passages of the Articles of Association are inspired by the book ‘Control your destiny or someone else will’ by Noel M. Tichy & Stratford Sherman, HarperCollins, 1995.

Copyright Michael A. Louis.

3.2 Introduction

3.2.1 An Action Plan for Infrastructure-Completion and Future-Safeguarding

With regard to the internal affairs of most of the highly developed industrial states, it goes without saying that debtors are not left to starvation. Creditors cannot assert their entitlements beyond the bread line. A subsistence minimum is guaranteed to every debtor. On a transnational level such protection does not exist, otherwise no man on earth would live below the bread line, let alone starve to death. It is not at all exagger- ated to say that the topical world human development situation can only be aptly described as a worldwide state of calamity, an emergency situation, which - would it have broken out on the national level within any of the industrial nations with a fraction of the magnitude of the crisis in developing countries - would cause the immediate enacting of emergency laws. LIFENET is taking up the stance that it is therefore not only legitimate, but also - in the name of the Law of Nations and the suffering masses everywhere on our planet - absolutely necessary, to regard this condition as a Global State of Emergency (GSE) that can only be con- fronted through a concerted synergetic proceeding of various political, economic, and non-governmental entities for the equal benefit of all world citizens. This ought to be done in a timebound and legally adapted frame that takes this state of emergency into account. The project document at hand ought thus to be unmis- takably understood as a roadmap for an omni-sectoral integrative strategic effort with the explicit goal to collectively master this state of emergency.

The reduction of mass poverty is seen as a top-priority development objective by agencies around the world. Because of their high degree of dependency upon donations, charities are unfortunately not, or only margin- ally, in the position to contribute to a final surmounting of the problem. Ordinary commercial enterprises are, for reason of their striving to maximize return on capital, not willing to take on development tasks that are not yielding significant short or medium term profits. However, all projects that have to literally conjure the primary prerequisites for sustainable, high-civilizatory development out of nothing, unfortunately belong to this category. In order to counteract this almost hopeless appearing situation effectively, LIFENET shall pursue a special path - the path of a transnational conglomerate that runs all financial resources consuming Development-Engineering services as write-off firms within the corporate-network, and is thus capable of attaining its development objectives by means of well-directed financial controlling in a highly methodical way.

3.2.2 Development-Engineering as the Statutory Task of a Corporate Network

The majority of the world’s population does not have access to any of the basic civilizatory services includ- ing area-masking health, education, water supply, energy supply, and above all, adequate food supply ser- vices that are available to the vast majority of residents of developed nations. The installation of an Area- Masking, Omni-Sectoral (AMOS) Development-Engineering complex on the basis of a Private / Public Partnership (PPP) is to be seen as the one way out of a global crisis that is increasingly spinning out of con- trol and causes billions of people to suffer from severe malnutrition and supply deficiency. This is particu- larly regrettable because technological solutions to most - if not all - segments of the Global Planetary Crisis (GPC) are meanwhile existing. Therefore it is high time for well-aimed action now, if we do not want to be accused by future generations of having let billions of people unnecessarily run into the abyss of greed and mercilessness, while the crisis has been economically and technologically resolvable for decades. Because of sheer greed, narrowmindedness, and sluggishness, billions have died and suffered already, and the toll is actually rising. The abyss of racist superiority thinking and the concept of eternally retenting and perpetuat- ing privileging feudal structures are fuelling the inter-tribal segregation policies that are the real root of the continuing humanitarian disaster on a global scale.

In order to work towards the solution of the Global Planetary Crisis that increasingly unfolds at all levels of social, political and economic life, an action plan, that needs to be endorsed by an omni-national agency and that includes the appointment of a special task committee with the objectives of Future-Safeguarding and Infrastructure-Completion, may be one of the few viable options. Only such an omni-lateral round-table agency could inaugurate and authorize a network of economic, political and charitable organization com- plexes that may interact in cooperative and synergetic ways to provide the required socio-economic infra- structures, political framework and supply of goods, services and facilities in order to systematically over- come the crisis in all its aspects.

The LIFENET system, as presented in this compact, key-issue focused business plan, is meant to be but one potential approach that could lead to true global democratization, power-sharing and equalization of living standards worldwide - if implemented wholeheartedly. The overarching goal is the complete and uncom- promising implementation of the Declaration of Human Rights, whereby Art. 23, section (2) is seen as most essential in order to physically solve the Global Planetary Crisis. The system builds on the particular com- plementary strengths of different types of profit and non-profit organizations and their interactive and syn- ergetic potentials to forge a multi-sectoral task force that accumulates the required magnitude and goodwill to physically start solving planetary problems in cooperation with external units and governments. It should be realised that all LIFENET divisions besides the GLOBAL TRUST NETWORK and the UNITED WORLD ORGANIZATION are actually profit-making economic entities that are self-sustaining and em- ploy VLP (very low profit) and ELP (extremely low profit) strategies in order to generate high output fig- ures whilst being satisfied with minimal profits. The Company may thus attain the capability to saturate crisis markets that are either totally undeveloped or in various stages of unreliable development (that are accompanied by a substantial lack of purchasing power) which makes it unfeasible for economic devices operating under usual conditions to satisfy the tremendous unfilled needs within these regions. All LIFENET divisions are deliberate crisis solution tools and may carry out operations on behalf of trusts, gov- ernments and international agencies. In this context, they may often utilize financial pools that are created through up-front equity financing and mortgaging for their independent operations. The synergetic coopera- tion of various corporate bodies creates here an interesting goodwill advantage that increases the net-worth of projected endeavours thus reducing the required self-input of liquidity because of the conglomerate’s ability to render services and provide goods of any kind at special conditions to the project.

3.3 Business Description

LIFENET shall operate in the fields of Poverty-Abolition (PA), Future-Safeguarding (FS) and Infrastruc- ture-Completion (IC) through a combination of economic activity in the areas of production, distribution and marketing of various consumer and industrial products and services nationally and internationally on one hand, and the securing of the supply to every world citizen of all necessary goods and services of a first class standard on the other hand.

The major technical structure that LIFENET shall initially establish in developing regions, which are exposed to high levels of solar irradiation and simultaneously lack adequate water supply structures, is a network of pv-power generators on the majority of roofs and facades, as well as solar-thermal power stations in deserts etc. that produce hydrogen for export purposes. Furthermore, a grid of reverse-osmosis based desalination plants, which shall be situated along the coastlines and may be either powered by water-mills that drive local generators, or by solar panels, shall be erected. The entire system is aimed at rural areas in very dry regions, i.e. in sub-saharian Africa, whereby water from desalination plants shall be transported via a pipeline grid featuring a solar powered booster network. This system shall supply remote villages currently lacking basic water supply and sanitary services, and may thus be capable of kick-starting True Development (see 8.2, subsection (4) for definition) within these regions.

3.3.1 Location

The project is to be incorporated on an all-African level with chapters in every African nation and may pro- vide energy supplies, water, healthcare, food, housing, land, banking facilities, transport facilities, infra- structure, communication facilities, agriculture, trade facilities, employment, social security and other fea- tures described in this business plan to all rural and other needy people in Africa. LIFENET S.A. is to be incorporated in Sousse, Tunisia where the management holding of LIFENET S.A. shall be situated. The head-office for 1st world operations shall be incorporated and situated in Berlin, Germany. Implementation may be initialized in Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria because of their proximity to the EU export markets.

3.3.2 Current Position And Future Outlook

(1) The LIFENET INITIATIVE - a private development initiative founded and financed by Mr. Michael A. Louis - will be transformed into LIFENET S.A., subsequently referred to as LIFENET, simultaneously with the entry of new shareholders. These may consist of individuals, industries, international agencies, and/or governments who, in principle, agree with the LIFENET objectives and strategies. The Company may go into operation on January 1, 2013. Export activities may be launched simultaneously into various international markets by its main division SOLARNET from the 2nd quarter of the year 2013.
(2) Research and development activities of the LIFENET INITIATIVE have been carried out at the private premises of Mr. Michael A. Louis which have been leased on Mahé, Seychelles during the past years for these purposes. Furthermore, research has been carried out in Berlin, Germany and various other places in Europe during the time the LIFENET strategy and business plan has been developed. After the transforma- tion into LIFENET S.A., a general administration facility will be leased by the new company. R&D activi- ties particularly included:

a) Carrying out extensive field studies on the nature and magnitude of (what the Club of Rome once chris- tened) the Global Planetary Crisis in all its outward forms, causes and effects. In this context, it has been thoroughly analysed, whether there is reason to believe that an integrated strategic solution-attempt for the handling of this crisis can be found. These field studies culminated in the development of the LIFENET strategy as manifested in this business plan. Furthermore, the suitability of the LIFENET strategy for real- life application regarding Poverty-Abolition, Future-Safeguarding, Infrastructure-Completion and the gen- eration of additional foreign exchange influx into developing regions through both, export oriented indus- trial activity and import substitution has been studied in detail. Export promotion and import substitution are indeed at the core of the LIFENET strategy, whereby it is interesting to note that both are based on the grad- ual transition to an entirely renewable energy based energy supply and distribution structure, especially em- phasizing the use of solar power.
b) Elaborating the LIFENET business plan at hand and preparing contacts with governments, industries and international agencies in order to put into effect the appointment and implementation of the endeavour in due course, that may be embedded into the gradually emerging worldwide economic and political unification process, as from January 1, 2013.

(3) The proposed start-up company LIFENET S.A. may consist of 34 divisions and major subdivisions (in alphabetical order): AGRONET, AID COMPANY, AQUANET, AQUANET (LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS), CENTURY CITY, COMMUNET, EDUNET, FOODNET, GLAD COMPANY, GLOBAL FAMILY STRUCTURE, GLOBAL HOTEL & TOURISM, GLOBAL TRANSPORT CORPORATION, GLOBAL TRUST NETWORK, HOUSENET, INDUSTRIAL LEVITATION SYSTEMS, INFRANET, JOBNET, LANDNET, LIFE CENTER STRUCTURE, LIFENET (DEPARTMENT STORES), LOGY CORPORATION, MEDINET, MONEYNET, OPERATION DESERT BLOOM, ORGANIC PRODUCTS CORPORATION, SOCIALNET, SOLARCARS, SOLARNET, SOLARNET (GLASS WORKS), TEXTILENET, TRADENET, TRANSNET, TRASHNET and UNITED WORLD ORGANIZATION.
(4) The personal capital amounts to TND 4,000,000 to be paid up in full within 10 years. The Company may raise the operational capital required to operate on an all-African level through equity financing by regional and non-regional governments as well as industries which produce or distribute equipment or energy which may play a vital role in the LIFENET system. Governments may hold up to 49 percents of the voting stock. The total amount of shares to be sold equals 1,500,000,000 shares at a par value of one Tunisian Dinar each.
(5) The Company shall focus a significant part of its activities on earning foreign exchange by means of exporting electricity, generated through photovoltaic and thermo-solar power-stations, and hydrogen that may be produced from water utilizing the energy sources mentioned beforehand, from Africa to Europe (SOLARNET). Part of the revenues will be used to feed other subdivisions of LIFENET S.A. AQUANET may provide a continental water supply network. Regular export sales of hydrogen derived from solar energy may form the backbone of the economic activities and foreign exchange earnings of LIFENET within the first months of operation, which will be complemented by export sales by other LIFENET divisions which are scheduled to commence towards the end of the year 2013.
(6) The overall objective of LIFENET is to offer an all-encompassing, omni-sectoral basic supply delivery package that guarantees the factual fulfillment of subsistence and all basic requirements for every single world citizen.

3.3.3 Project Rationale

(1) The project aims to eradicate misery and starvation from the face of the earth and to gradually even out living standards worldwide. Additionally, the project in its proposed structure may provide work, education and cultivable land to all unemployed people in the target regions, utilizing labour-shareholder and client- shareholder principles, respectively (as explained further down). The factual fulfillment of all basic unfilled needs of people, especially rural people and slum-dwellers in Africa, is its fundamental objective. This can only be achieved through sound economic activity that better utilizes existing resources including renewable energies, land and manpower. This ought to be done under the statutory condition that returns will be of benefit for the entire population. LIFENET is convinced of the unlimited potential of this approach for the eradication of poverty and the creation of wealth for all people in Africa and ultimately worldwide.
(2) The Company believes that LIFENET’s system-immanent crisis resolving capacity, its proposed advanced manufacturing and implementation facilities and long-term benefits for individual participants (labour-, client-, and student-shareholders), industries and the development processes in structurally weak regions towards a medium-dated complete structural adaptation to the standard of infrastructure-consolidation and supply of the most highly developed regions of the countries of the North will enable LIFENET to compete effectively in the commercial Development-Engineering marketplace and produce considerable results within the first decade of operation.
(3) Since regular supply of the entire population with all goods and services available on the free world market does not yet exist at industry standards in many Developing Countries (which will be subsequently referred to as Future Countries), the Company is likely to gain considerably high market shares in the Afri- can markets. The market shares that any LIFENET entity within any one Future-Country is capable of ob- taining within other countries in the African hemisphere and other Future Countries around the world will depend on various factors that will be discussed subsequently. Generally, it can be stated that LIFENET’s capacity to deliver high-powered products and services at industry standards performed by the various LIFENET divisions with the participants of the particular region at extraordinarily competitive prices on account of the labour/client-shareholder systems (as defined below) will create a high public interest in any particular target region to participate in the LIFENET system. This will be supplemented by an increased demand and propensity to consume in these regions since LIFENET is at the same time delivering a guaran- teed Groundprotection (subsistence guarantee) to all participants, as well as housing and land etc. for those, who participate for a minimum of 5 years. These facts act in combination and may therefore ease LIFENET’s access into these newly emerging markets so that substantial market shares in various market segments that LIFENET (especially the SOLARNET segment) is entering can be secured within the first decade of operation.

3.4 Goals and Objectives

Major goals of the organization are:

(1) Provision of an industry standard supply-structure for the African hemisphere and other developing regions. Certain LIFENET divisions shall focus on export activities in order to materialize continuous foreign exchange earnings to assure the implementation of the LIFENET strategy and give LIFENET the opportunity to operate independently of unreliably incoming donations. LIFENET has deliberately opted to employ an economic approach to the question of how to resolve the Global Planetary Crisis most efficiently. Compared to conventional charity approaches to resolving the crisis, the LIFENET endeavour may thus be in the position to use reliable management tools such as financial controlling much more effectively in order to overcome the crisis within a given period of time.
(2) LIFENET shall especially strive to make sure that equal wages and societal opportunities for women will be established and honoured by corporate citizens and all other economic and political actors in target regions. Such measures shall increase the level of economic and intellectual independence that women will achieve in target regions and thus foster mutual trust and respectful cooperation between the genders in these regions. These measures, that will be supported by special loan facilities for women-in-development, may therefore stimulate the creation of jobs and the generation of growth, respectively, for African and Middle Eastern women in various regional markets that will especially further the establishment of SMEs that are run by women, and thus help to facilitate self-earned regular incomes for craftswomen and many other entrepreneurial female personages within the region.
(3) One essential part of the AQUANET concept is the irrigation of deserts and arid lands in the most effective way. For this purpose Atmospheric Humidity Condensation (AHC) plants will be set up and equipped with sensors to detect the amount of water required in any given climate and demand situation. Furthermore the pipeline network to be powered by these Atmospheric Humidity Condensation plants and desalination plants will be equipped with water distribution terminals. Each of these computerized water-distribution terminals is designed to communicate with satellites that transmit information about the climate conditions and the demand curves within the different system-segments at any given point in time to be effected on the ground by the terminal and will have the built-in signal processing power to constantly seek out and select the optimal water amount required to irrigate the particular species of plants or the community in question, combining the signals received to ensure maximum service quality.
(4) Reach significant reduction of CO2 emission into the atmosphere through a variety of measures including concerted reforesting efforts in deserts and the transformation of industrial production and private transport towards zero-emission standards.
(5) LIFENET shall internally replace the system of fractional money reserve banking through a Sol-constant based monetary system that does include loan securing (the Sol-constant is the amount of energy arriving on earth during a given period of time and becomes thus the only true constant that can durably serve as an assessment basis for the world monetary system).

3.5 Management and Ownership

The LIFENET inauguration team is consisting of the 2 CEOs Mr. Taoufik Amamou and Mr. Michael Louis. The LIFENET holding shall be managed by a transnational Administration Board that consists of 34 Divi- sion Coordinators, 1 Administrator, and 2 Implementators: the Finance Implementator and the Labour Im- plementator. The Coordinators are responsible for the overall budgeting and strategy formulation process. The 2 Implementators, i.e. the President of the Finance Chamber and the President of the Labour Chamber of the Corporate Parliament, are the Key Managers - they are authorized to act independently from each other, yet according to the methodical project management path towards a factual surmounting of the Global State of Emergency that the Administration Board is regularly issuing in the form of guidelines and strategy papers. In justified cases, the Administrator has the power to veto decisions made by the 2 Implementators. In order to democratize the decision-making processes within the Company, the General Meeting has the augmented form of a Corporate Parliament that consists of 4 chambers, namely the Finance Chamber, the Labour Chamber, the Science Chamber and the Ethics Chamber. A Supervisory Board, that is consisting of participants of the LIFENET system (LIFENET is implementing a 5-fold shareholder system), shall repre- sent the interests of all 5 shareholder groups of the Company. NGO executives of merit as well as African and international experts on behalf of all interest groups and financing entities involved shall have their voice in the latter two corporate organs. LIFENET shall be set up as a quasi-cooperative transnational joint- stock parastatal.

Part of the annual expense allowances will be utilized to pay up the qualification shares of the Company at the amount of TND 133,333 that each of the directors and initial owners of the Company are holding. This amount shall be paid up during a period of 10 years.

All members of the team are to be altruists, although various members may be Moslems, Christians, Jews, atheists, Buddhists, or Hindus. In this way, none of these religions or ideologies is prioritized or neglected, yet altruism is the common denominator. However, all members of the LIFENET team are to be strongly committed to the Declaration of Human Rights. Key Managers are the Finance Implementator and the La- bour Implementator.

3.6 Product Uniqueness

(1) Bearing in mind that the explicit goal of the LIFENET organization is to make sure that every single individual on earth is provided with the basic means of subsistence, it is legitimate to say that LIFENET is exclusively offering a product and services package that no other organization is actually capable of delivering in Africa or any developing region for the time being, though this is not necessarily true for all individual products sold, or services offered by all LIFENET segment companies.
(2) LIFENET is the only Development-Engineering organization that offers to provide industrial nation standards of living, supply, and infrastructure generation quality to the domestic rural and urban dwellers in any developing country with an emphasis on satisfying the needs of each and every individual world citizen to the fullest. Regarding the purport of any LIFENET activity, it needs to be stated that any operation whose internal objectives are falling short of being an activity that is striving towards equal rights and opportunities for every single world citizen is a violation of the Company’s Articles of Association and thus not valid for board approval.
(3) It is only LIFENET that combines the setting up of encompassing infrastructure networks and the under- taking of massive worldwide human development efforts with a results-guarantee. Furthermore, the export- oriented exploitation of renewable energies, the running of entirely pollution-free industrial production plants as a means for import substitution and the expansion of export activities may provide for mediumterm foreign currency savings and earnings.
(4) With the expertise and power to distribute and market its products and services in any territory in the world without representing the interests of any particular politically motivated international trade bloc, or group of nations, respectively, and by cooperating with external partner-companies in the particular regions, who specialize in distribution, promotion and marketing, respectively, LIFENET will be of significant service to the overall development objectives of the African (developing World) hemisphere and all her inhabitants. The implementation of a Transnational Works Committee will ensure equal treatment for all employees, labour-shareholders etc. on a world-wide basis. LIFENET is bearing the costs that arise through the activities of the Transnational Works Committee.
(5) The pricing of the products and development services can be extremely competitive in Africa and other developing regions as well as in export markets because of the Company’s independent high-profile produc- tion facilities, its labour-shareholder based production system, and the production, distribution and market- ing related expertise of various members of the proposed quasi-cooperative shareholder group - that may include large transnational corporations which are market leaders in their fields - which may drastically reduce the fix-costs that the Company has to pay up-front to create the products or render the development services in question. As a result of these low production costs and still not inconsiderable gross profit fig- ures, LIFENET is able to launch area-masking development efforts even in very-low income regions such as Madagascar and any Central African and sub-saharian country which would normally neither be accessible for large companies (because of their higher production and administration-related up-front costs), nor for small and medium companies (because of their economic and administrative inability to permeate distant markets effectively and in an area-masking way). Because of its ability in global balance-consolidation, LIFENET is furthermore in the position to launch aggressively priced introduction offers for new products in newly established markets that do not necessarily have to generate profits but serve the purpose of taking over substantial market shares in these particular regions.
(6) At the same time, the LIFENET system may powerfully stimulate the expansion of the monetary cycle within countries of the South through a) the input of solar energy into the economic cycle, b) the creation of water and energy connections in structurally weak regions, and c) the creation of employment for innumer- able people in these regions. For these reasons LIFENET will be a driving force for the development of the private sector.
(7) All in all, LIFENET TUNISIA combines the economic strength of a commercial transnational corpora- tion with the flexibility of a politically or altruistically motivated, independent development finan- cier/facilitator and could therefore be justly classified as an organization capable of functioning as the "missing link" for the capability-lacking development agency scene. LIFENET shall, quintessentially, oper- ate in the form of a results-driven, quasi-cooperative development-service industry in Future Countries, a ‘Greenpeace-Facebook-Siemens’ with the back-up of governments and international development agencies, so to speak.

3.7 Funds Sought and Usage

The Company is primarily seeking TND 1,500,000,000 funding for a 40% ownership of the Company in either convertible debentures or stock. TND 897,000,000 shall be used to purchase, or produce under li- cence, respectively, photovoltaic solar cells and appurtenances incl. wiring etc. TND 125,000,000 shall be used to pay for goods and materials in order to commence producing various products in the different divi- sions of LIFENET for export purposes and direct Poverty-Abolition. Around TND 115,000,000 shall be used to cover the remaining expenses related to payroll, labour and sales commissions to acquire client- shareholders, and will be furthermore used as a buffer for the securing of supply for participants (mainly board and lodging) in the start-up phase of the Company. TND 97,000,000 will be used to set up and buy various means of transport. Further TND 63,000,000 shall be used to launch a promotional campaign on TV and radio stations all over Africa as well as on TV, radio and in print-media in all major industrial countries with a special emphasis on the EU and other European countries in order to raise the pre-finance from future solar-electricity client industries and thus be in the position to pay up-front distribution costs in these re- gions. TND 53,000,000 shall be disbursed for education efforts and the establishment of schools for partici- pants. TND 130,000,000 will be used to purchase, set up and upgrade production facilities for LOGY and AQUANET which are undertaking the venture of securing the water supply as well as the supply with the required technological devices and consumer products for participants in their container cities. The remain- ing TND 20,000,000 are required as a buffer to cover wages, leases, permits and general expenses for the first 12 months of operation.

3.8 Exit

(1) The net earnings of any profit making LIFENET segment company will be split at the end of every business year according to the following fixed formula:

a) 44.6% will be used for re-investment and the expansion of SOLARNET and AQUANET;
b) 51.5% for the expansion of other LIFENET development-service companies that may at times actually consume financial resources, and the creation of buffers and reserves;
c) 2.3% will be used to feed the GLOBAL TRUST NETWORK;
d) 1.6% will be paid to shareholders as their dividends.

(2) The measures inaugurated by means of the distribution pattern mentioned in clause (1) create a high level of economic dynamics because the fact that the profit making LIFENET divisions are feeding a purely non-profit development service industries and trust network that selflessly works to help solving the funda- mental global problems will positively influence the purchase decisions of clients around the world in fa- vour of LIFENET products - especially in situations where a competitive product from a purely commer- cially operating organization is equally priced and provides identical or similar features as the LIFENET product. This fact permanently broadens the basis for LIFENET retail operations of any kind since more and more people in modern societies develop an ecological, social and environmental conscience that is increas- ingly challenged by ecological disasters, exorbitant waste figures and the chronically persisting malady of a great part of the global population. In this way a philanthropic and ecological philosophy of economics ini- tializes a fast expansion of LIFENET towards an influential transnational organization by means of stimulat- ing the psychological client-product identification through extra-economical determinants. These facts act in combination with high re-investment figures and sufficient dividend payments to the shareholders in the long term; the result is a self-dynamic exponential growth process that can be further accelerated by a wisely dimensioned permanent influx of affordable external liquidity.
(3) The measures outlined above may be of particular importance since some of LIFENET’s competitors have significantly greater financial, manufacturing, human, marketing and technical resources as well as much longer-established market positions and client contacts than those of LIFENET.

3.9 Further Options for Shareholders

Shares can also be cashed out through public offering at any time after April 2013; furthermore, management will negotiate a buy back provision for investor’s common stock at the end of the 2nd year.

3.10 Financial Summary

3.10.1 Notes

(1) This is the high-median case (case 2) as developed in the plan.
(2) The Company is planning to expand its capital base through public offering twice annually.
(3) Values that appear to be losses are in fact largely capital investments in solar equipment that are required to create the integrated global power grid as fast as possible and thus enable the Company to initialize the continental export-oriented exploitation of solar energy for the purpose of improving the trade balance and the availability of foreign exchange in Africa.

3.10.2 Summary Income Statement

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4 OBJECTIVES

4.1 LIFENET in the Framework of African Development Objectives

The assessment of transnational relations as a basis of the emerging domain of world-domestic politics is often based on two diametrically opposed fundamental assumptions: one group of analysts claims that all nations would be in a state of interdependence, whilst the other maintains the stance that the characteristic condition of international relations would be a definite dependence of the Developing Countries on the in- dustrialized countries. The answer depends on the standpoint of the questioner. Particularly with regard to raw materials and labour, yet also increasingly with regard to consumer markets, one has indeed to recog- nize aspects of an economic interdependence of the nations. Nevertheless, if one is taking the standpoint of power politics as a basis for contemplation, one must clearly recognize the extremely complex conglomerate of various networks of relations and systems of governmental and non-governmental influences on a trans- national level in which the Developing Countries are captured in complete dependence - incapable of gath- ering a self-determined development momentum, let alone, of developing their own system-structures which would contribute to their liberation. As a result, billions of people everywhere in the South are living in unspeakable squalor and often lack the most basic prerequisites of subsistence.

The LIFENET project is aiming to mobilize the joint forces of the international community in order to cre- ate equal opportunities for all world citizens and facilitate the establishment of political and economic struc- tures that can effectively deal with the existing challenges in the fields of infrastructure development and factual fulfilment of human rights and needs for everyone. The project is designed to fully comply with the development objectives for Africa since its principal goal is the fulfillment of the unfilled needs of the entire population, including the population of all rural areas. This may be achieved in four ways: Firstly, by pro- viding access to energy and water in any particular area on the continent and thus creating the necessary prerequisites for any industrial activity in the region which may lead to job creation and an increase in tax revenues in the long term. Secondly, by systematically transforming wasteland into arable land, the founda- tion for self-sustainable food supply mechanisms for Africa will be laid. Thirdly, because of the desired involvement of all African governments, the LIFENET system may contribute essentially to the political and economic unification process of Africa as set out in the Abuja treaty. Fourthly, utilizing solar energy and hydrogen - two widely untapped resources with nearly unlimited potential - for export purposes gener- ates a new window for foreign exchange earnings that may provide the populations of Africa with the goods and services needed to assimilate their standards of living to the conditions in the industrialized countries. Various subdivisions of the LIFENET structure are entirely devoted to this endeavour, drawing from the export revenues of the SOLARNET division und surplus generated through LIFENET’s trade activities.

The main objectives of LIFENET S.A. are:

(1) We are expecting to reach 100% return on total assets within 32 years. Higher and faster return rates are to be expected in various sub-segments of the LIFENET endeavour, especially in the fields of consumer products, textiles and household appliances as well as traffic management, traffic safety engineering and vehicular pollution abolition.
(2) Sales are expected to grow exponentially during the first 15 years of operation since the worldwide distribution of LIFENET products will be successively phased in during the same period of time. After LIFENET has established its market position within every operational region, a stabilization of sales figures and the occurrence of lower linear growth figures of sales in the following years are expected.
(3) LIFENET’s explicit goal is to promote both, technological innovation and technology transfer within the framework of Poverty-Abolition, Infrastructure-Completion and Climate Change Reversion (CCR) through entering into all global markets for Poverty Abolition and all-encompassing Development-Engineering and establish itself as a major Development-Engineering-Services (DES) industry that operates through cooperation with external distribution and marketing companies.
(4) Within Future Countries, the objective is to take over substantial market shares within the first 4 years of operation by means of a specific low-cost/high-quality ratio and become the market leader in these regions within the 5th year.
(5) High emphasis will be placed on producing high-powered EU/US/Japan standard all-encompassing and area-masking infrastructure grids and medicare, food, education etc. supply networks, whereby LIFENET is appealing to all participating governments to abolish compulsory military service so that young people from all over the world may participate on a voluntary basis in the global Infrastructure-Completion programmes, if they wish, thus gaining the same rights that all other participants acquire.
(6) EDUNET’s tele-education services may be accessible on the EDUNET web-sites around the clock. Although they will use English as a global communication facility, they will as well be broadcast in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tamil and Urdu etc. which gives LIFENET education products access to approximately 4 billion clients (labour-, client, and student-shareholders) in their native languages.
(7) Mobilizing and summoning up as many means and resources as possible on a worldwide level in order to factually surmount the global supply and security crisis within a limited period of time.
(8) Abolishing the necessity for warfare by transforming the circumstantial political and economic conditions on a global scale.
(9) Utilizing the tremendous amounts of money wasted for armed forces, that are dead capital in every nation’s budget, for the implementation of infrastructure development tasks that could be carried out with the help of transformed defence capacities.
(10) Convince the political leadership of all participating nations of the fact that the most effective measure to successively attain global equality of incomes, which will indirectly bring about the equalization of living standards, is to take a common policy stand, to join together and demand that every transnational corpora- tion that is operating in any Developing Country has to treat every labourer everywhere within its global organization unconditionally equally. This transition ought to be implemented within a given period of time that should not extend beyond 7 years. Through the wilful avoidance of the solidarity-principle within trans- national corporations, which are in reality a solidarity-community of all employees, the majority of profits are unjustly drawn off the countries of the South and diverted into those countries of the North, which exert control over the economic revenues of these transnational enterprises. There, those profits form gigantic financial potentials, which - comparable to the water in colossal artificial lakes which bring about the equalization of the water level as soon as the floodgates of the dams are opened - may surely speed up the development turbines of the South well and proper once these measures necessary to successively attain global equality of wage standards are implemented. LIFENET’s objective is to open these ‘floodgates’.
(11) Stimulating the inauguration of a Special Task Committee for Infrastructure-Completion and Future- Safeguarding as a tool to collectively surmount the Global State of Emergency that we are presently experi- encing.
(12) Forging the path towards an integrated world society based on the 4 factors: security, freedom, equality and prosperity for all world citizens as a common denominator for market development and the generation of sufficient purchasing power everywhere.
(13) Guaranteeing the sufficient availability and equal distribution of money and knowledge for all world citizens based on the rationale of the ‘kinship of the last degree’ of all human beings.
(14) Convincing all participating agencies of the necessity to implement a Global-economic Equalization Policy (GEP) by means of facilitating a subsidized shift of economic growth that stimulates industrial activ- ity in lower developed regions and therefore also generates purchasing power within these regions. In this way vast new markets will emerge that will benefit any company operating in these regions in the long term and will therefore boost economic growth in the North and the South. GEP’s principle goal is the factual implementation and materialization of human rights for every world citizen - democracy for all.
(15) Slavery is not at all a phenomenon of the past, on the contrary! LIFENET is convinced that - in absolute figures - there are more men, women and children kept in slavery today, than ever before in history! With the labour/client-shareholder system, LIFENET will provide an operational system that is capable of resolving prime-level infrastructure construction tasks, that do not allow for commercial profit-making under pay-roll conditions, without abusing any of the participants in these projects, but creating wealth, education and social security for all of them. We have to stop child-slavery now!
(16) Equal opportunities for women in all areas of societal and political life. LIFENET will implement a fixing of quotas in such way that an average of 50% of all students, professors, members of management and supervisory boards, members of political parties, entrepreneurs that receive loans etc. shall be women. Furthermore, LIFENET will urge all participating governments to immediately take decisive action against stone-age measures such as female genital mutilation etc. No woman shall be circumcised, or buried alive, or be discriminated in any financial or other way anymore! LIFENET will not regard any region as being a project target area eligible to LIFENETs beneficial all-encompassing Development-Engineering services unless such willingness to cooperate in the unconditional liberation of all women of that community is con- tractually and factually documented.
(17) LIFENET is envisaging the academization of the entire world population by means of implementing a 21-year compulsory education + 21 hours-a-month lifelong internet-based, post-graduate education programme. Such measures are deemed to be urgently required in order to be able to handle anticipated technological, economic, social, automation related and labour market related developments on a global level which may emerge during the coming decades in an effective and sustainable way. This may push open the gates to a super-civilization, that can draw from intellectual resources increased by several orders of magnitudes for its technological and economic advancement, within the given project duration. For the industries and governments of the North, this means opening the gates to vast new markets.
(18) The LIFENET endeavour is based on the redefinition of development goals on a worldwide level, that is, the creation of a worldwide totally integrated development philosophy that may from January 1, 2013 on be focusing on closing the gaps between the highest-developed segments of existing global infrastructure by means of a worldwide Infrastructure-Completion Programme (ICP) with full inter-regional compensation of expenses, which will become the foundation of a free-market based utilization of the full capacity of the global resources in the frame of an emerging integrated world society.
(19) LIFENET will endeavour to instigate special joint-initiatives (e.g. to help preparing future sales of household appliances and cars etc. through Development-Engineering efforts that shall increase the purchas- ing power of people in target regions) with all industries that produce household appliances, cars and other consumer goods as well as steel works, chemical industries, textile industries etc. which supply raw materi- als for all kinds of consumer products. Such special joint-initiatives may serve to transfer industry donations in the range between 1 and 100 billion TND annually to LIFENET to foster and reinforce the process of primary development of consumer goods markets by means of omni-sectoral Development-Engineering.
(20) One of the key objectives of the Company is to materialize substantial foreign exchange savings for developing nations exposed to high levels of largely unutilized solar irradiation through gradually phasing in an entirely solar-powered energy supply structure whilst at the same time phasing out oil, or charcoal-based energy generation systems. This procedure shall as well serve to reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere drastically.
(21) To make optimal use of the existing natural resources of the African continent will naturally lead to a drastic improvement of the national and continental balances, which means improving the liquidity and the availability of foreign exchange in the continent and any of its nations, and would thus benefit economic activity at large. LIFENET will make significantly better use of the natural resources of any particular Afri- can country (import substitution) by implementing the SOLARNET system. The existing power generation equipment may be used as back-up systems during its economic life to avoid the waste of financial re- sources and to create a seamless transition into a next generation power supply structure.
(22) Employing the principle of ‘shared growth of which the entire world population benefits equally’ with a special emphasis on women-in-development as a focal point of all LIFENET initiatives.
(23) Create employment through: a) instituting a massive worldwide exchange of conventional fuel driven combustion engines in cars, ships and airplanes through hydrogen or hydrogen fuel-cell driven engines; b) putting solar cells (enceivers) on the majority of all roofs and facades of houses; and c) building houses for unsheltered people and take over existing housing capacities that are standing empty (LIFETRUST, see 8.2, section (26), and 11.2, section (9)) and thus providing unsheltered people with housing.
(24) Create a worldwide water balance and supply system in order to: a) make available water and sanitary facilities at any possible place on Earth, b) transport excess water to areas that lack adequate water resources, c) desalinate water and build a pipeline network throughout deserts and other arid regions.
(25) LIFENET will endeavour to convince all participating nations of the necessity to totally revise the existing fiscal equalization procedure among the member states of the UN. In order to achieve worldwide structural adaptation within a reasonable period of time, a minimum of approximately 25% to 30% of all national budgets should be transferred to a Global Administration Fund (GAD) that may be lawfully enacted by a Global Financial Pooling Deed (GFPD). The GAD ought to release funds for the purpose of Infrastructure-Completion and Future-Safeguarding on the assessment basis of a coefficient that is based on the reciprocal value of the human development index of any particular target region.
(26) LIFENET aims to convince all participating governments and industrial complexes to collectively overcome that obsolete paradigm of politics, according to which security and well-being of any nation, or group of friendly nations, can only be guaranteed by means of forming defensive alliances against the rest of the world. The irreversible globalization process demands the courage to really open up, to integrate, to amalgamate on the basis of equal rights and opportunities for all world citizens, and eventually to evaporate still existing mental constructs in order to facilitate an unheard of increase of social life-quality, and unfold economic dynamics in yet unthinkable orders of magnitudes.
(27) LIFENET will question all participating nations to agree on a total debt relief deal for all developing countries in which one third of the amount will be released by the giver organizations on the condition that it has to be invested into the LIFENET system (particularly in solar cells), another third will have to be paid by the rich and mighty individuals in these developing countries (who were accumulating their wealth to a certain degree on the back of their own starving populations, or through corruption and abuse of foreign aid etc.), and the remaining third may come from industries around the world, which have an interest to increase their export activities into these target regions. Industries may act here on an association level. Their market development contribution may serve both, the cause of Infrastructure-Completion and Future-Safeguarding, as well a the securing of future company turnovers.
(28) One essential part of the LIFENET crisis management programme is the global refugee problem. In- deed, ending the crisis for all 23 million refugees currently on the move all around the world immediately is one of the core issues of the LIFENET concept. To achieve this, an emergency plan that calls for a resettle- ment of displaced persons within territories that are not damaged by wars has been developed. In the face of a worldwide state of calamity of extreme proportions it must appear legitimate to a) appeal to people all over the world to take up refugees in their homes, b) integrate these refugees into the Development- Engineering processes, thereby securing their subsistence, or c) to allocate refugees to houses and farms in the region on a compulsory level if the problem cannot be solved otherwise. These measures may apply to all refugees including villagers and members of totally undeveloped ethnic minorities, whereby it is urgently necessary to try to curb and to avoid potentially emerging ethnic tensions through immediate education ac- tivities and certain bonus payments to hosts.
(29) LIFENET is taking the view that only a devoted crisis management programme that is endorsed by all participating nations will have the required clout to create the optimal congruency between excess manpower resources and an immense societal need for action in order to create functioning supply and infrastructures in every corner of the world. For the true paradox and absurdity of the crisis lies in the fact that there is a gigantic number of unemployed people who exist as a dormant manpower resource, yet cannot be paid because of the circumstances. At the same time there are Infrastructure-Completion tasks of extreme proportions to be performed, requiring even more than the existing unutilized manpower capacities. It is but the system-inherent logic of the economic and political environment that prevents the fulfilling of that tremendous demand by the potential manpower supply in this case, for the erection of this type of primary infrastructure does not allow for immediate profit-making under normal circumstances. The LIFENET system may act here as a catalyst for the required development ‘reaction’.
(30) LIFENET intends to remind participating agencies of the fact that great migrations of employment- seeking persons have taken place in previous centuries towards places where raw-materials could be mined or harvested, or infrastructure construction tasks where performed. This may be also the most viable solu- tion for today’s global unemployment problems. High-speed transportation systems such as Mach 4 to 10, hydrogen-driven, large-capacity scramjets, and super-fast global maglev networks will have to be imple- mented and subsidized in order to move any world citizen morning and evening to any destination within a range of 4,000 to 10,000 km within 2 hours. A change of heart towards an economics of the entire world- house can be seen as being the only safe path towards a global economic upturn - therefore globalization must necessarily mean globalization of democracy and equal rights for every world citizen!
(31) In order to be able to surmount the Global Planetary Crisis most effectively, LIFENET will propose to all participating governments that with effect from January 1, 2013, the public-mindedness of organizations in terms of legal eligibility to tax exemptions for charity reasons ought to be accepted only if all their members regularly physically cooperate in resolving the exorbitant global humanitarian crisis, for this cause has an unconditional priority during any serious emergency situation. This may be valid for any association, including churches and golf-clubs, until the final surmounting of the crisis by means of the LIFENET crisis management programme will be achieved.
(32) All PPP (Private / Public Partnership) incomes may be harmonized and consolidated in such way that all public-minded infrastructure construction projects and charity operations, such as building and running hospitals, providing social security etc., will be organized as write-off firms that completely compensate profits made in other LIFENET divisions.

4.2 Objectives of LIFENET Divisions in Alphabetical Order

4.2.1 AGRONET / Objectives

(1) Produce, promote, advertise, and distribute agro-products worldwide that are produced by participants of the LIFENET system.
(2) Deliver at prices that are affordable for every world citizen, whereby no difference is to be made with regard to price levels whether people are living in big cities or in the remotest desert or arctic regions of the planet. The principle of ‘one mankind, one family, one pricing’ shall be applied everywhere and intra-firm subsidies and consolidated balances shall be used in order to realize that principle.
(3) Transform arid land into agro-land and help participants to generate produce on it.
(4) Create farms with and for participants, who supplement each other with regard to purchasing seeds and equipment etc. and the choice of products to be cultivated in a cooperative-style manner (cooperation in certain cases with LANDNET and/or GLAD COMPANY). The Company shall distribute the produce of these farms, guaranteed.

4.2.2 AID COMPANY / Objectives

(1) Materializing all-encompassing insurance coverage for all world-citizens.
(2) Becoming the highest value supplier in the business, that is, covering all risks even for rural dwellers of least-developed countries.
(3) Extending the life-expectancy and well-being of all world-citizens, and especially those of poor people in rural areas and urban slums, drastically to the level of a minimum average life-expectancy of 80 years at good health worldwide before 2025.
(4) Creating integration facilities, that is, financial windows, that integrate and even out insurance payments between the North and the South.

4.2.3 AQUANET / Objectives

(1) Providing safe and clean drinking water for every world citizen.
(2) Providing effective sanitation including 100% bio-degradable sewage systems and water-reprocessing plants for every world citizen.
(3) Providing water for irrigation purposes everywhere in the world.
(4) Providing desalination plants at coasts, booster pump-stations on the land and Atmospheric Humidity Condensation systems in order to supply dry areas with water.
(5) Bringing water to deserts and wastelands to create new habitats and agricultural production areas; accent on Africa and the Middle East.

4.2.4 AQUANET (Landscape Contractors) / Objectives

(1) Creating lakes, natural-looking waterways, ponds, rivers and aquifers etc. in deserts and other dry areas.
(2) Creating natural habitats around waterways as nature-identical theme-scenarios for various animal species - especially those which are near extinction. Human settlements shall be harmoniously embedded into these nature-identical habitats.
(3) Embedding the above activities in ultra-large-scale reforesting programmes that result in completely rearranged scenarios of former deserts and other arid landscapes.

4.2.5 CENTURY CITY / Objectives

(1) Create a solar-bio-globalistic model-city for the world to come.
(2) Implement the full-blown LIFENET structure with 21-years of compulsory education, free medical care, free education on all levels and Groundprotection for all inhabitants within this model city.
(3) It shall be possible to employ the full variety of architectural and cultural elements of all times and peo- ples as design elements in order to create e.g. theme districts to the satisfaction of the multicultural inhabi- tants.
(4) Build cities and settlements in this way throughout the world and network them.

4.2.6 COMMUNET / Objectives

The COMMUNET system has been designed to address the substantial and growing demand for interhuman communications worldwide. This shall be materialized on different levels:

(1) Setting up a direct communications network in which people shall be able to move globally and ex- change housing without having to pay rent. This network may be called Global Mobility Structure (GMS).
(2) Creating a worldwide telecommunication system that allows for free use for participants and investors (minimum investments required, see 5.3.6 COMMUNET / Strategies).
(3) Creating access to an educational interface for every world citizen that enables him /her to participate in EDUNET’s 21-year compulsory education home-university programme. For people dwelling in remote areas, such interface may consist of a satellite-telephone and a second hand computer from industry donations or a Dreamcast -like internet-capable game machine.
(4) Offering mail, courier and haulage services worldwide.

4.2.7 EDUNET / Objectives

(1) Educating every world citizen to the point that s/he is capable of adapting to the rapidly rising standards at the global market-place in an increasingly information-driven and globalizing economic environment.
(2) Creating a worldwide standard of education and networked educational facilities that is inter-racial, inter-disciplinary, inter-cultural and international.
(3) Employing modern information techniques as a means of achieving a Modular and Mobile Accessible Global Education (MMGE) Infrastructure.
(4) Socially facilitating the transition from a multitude of tribal, primitive or whatever drive-, violence-, segregation-, or profit-driven regional societies to an integrated scientific, altruistic world-society of regions by educating every single individual for at least 21 years.

4.2.8 FOODNET / Objectives

(1) With regard to food rations FOODNET shall accept CASHCARDs and provide food for every homeless, unemployed, disabled or elderly person, who becomes a labour-, student- or client-shareholder of the LIFENET system in exchange for labour or energy input into the developing projects, respectively.
(2) FOODNET shall sell food to every world citizen in need at prices that are affordable for everyone in the particular target regions.
(3) Providing food for every world-citizen in need, even in the remotest areas on earth, that is networkguidelines abiding (no product that is a result of the murder of any other living entity) before 2017.
(4) Securing today’s industrial country, upper-middle-class food level before 2024 for every world citizen.

4.2.9 GLAD COMPANY / Objectives

(1) Principal objective of Glad company is to complete the development of land parcels acquired or other- wise prepared by LANDNET or any private or government authority as to the point that all sanitary, elec- tric, plumbing, earth-preparation and other works are completed and the plot in question is key-ready to be handed over to any particular client/labour-shareholder. In this regard every world-citizen is entitled to a fine plot of land and a suitable house and garden on it - yet, with all the lines and service connections that are industry standard in highly developed nations.
(2) Market fully developed parcels of land to participants who pay with labour and/or energy input into the LIFENET system.
(3) Ensure that every individual world citizen has a right to i=1/(t-p)* of land that will be satisfied. This Individual World Heritage Formula describes the birthright that every human being enjoys for no other reason than being human.

* i = Individual World Heritage (IWH); t = total amount all monies, values and properties of the world, including the total amount of land existing on Earth that is arable or inhabitable; p = monies, values, land and other properties for public use.

4.2.10 GLOBAL FAMILY STRUCTURE / Objectives

(1) Create hybrid-structure with EDUNET, HOUSENET, JOBNET and SOCIALNET in which GFS is act- ing as a seed-structure to commence the transition of savage or completely uneducated people into a totally civilized population, capable of living independently in a highly civilized and worldwide evened-out infra- structure environment.
(2) Motivate goodwill in millions of people, who sympathize with objectives such as getting street-kids into jobs, in order to stimulate them to instil their manpower into the LIFENET system.
(3) Create basic settlements that shall operate as basic development modules in areas with very little or no development. These Alpha-Module (AM) settlements shall offer all LIFENET features in a ‘light’ version that can be upgraded and expanded into full-blown theme-cities or CENTURY CITY settlements at a later stage.
(4) Act responsibly as trustees of the rights of the poor, disadvantaged, and powerless, and safeguard their thriving and prospering towards mature world citizens of equal rights, opportunities and standing.

4.2.11 GLOBAL HOTEL & TOURISM / Objectives

(1) Creating a global hotel and tourism chain according to network-guidelines (no meat, no fish, no alcohol, no tobacco, no violence or porn-media).
(2) Emancipated and relaxed carriage of staff (e.g. as in a Copenhagen student-bistro), in any case without subservience or 2-class-gesture.
(3) Become a major foreign exchange earner for the LIFENET system.
(4) Light-cheap prices and super-quality.
(5) Not profit-oriented, but striving for market-leadership-position, in order to "exchange" local money into hard currency.
(6) Provide free battery charging plus significant rebates on room prices for solar car and solar bike users.

4.2.12 GLOBAL TRANSPORT CORPORATION / Objectives

(1) Employ leased equipment in order to provide waterborne and airborne transport into target regions for a) people, who participate in Infrastructure-Completion projects, b) Soil Nutrition Dilution (SND) that may be eventually required to enhance the quality of desert soils etc. for agricultural purposes (supertankers), and c) consumer goods.
(2) Endorse the construction of a worldwide, high-speed, magnetic cabin craft network (MAGNET) in a joint effort with TRANSNET the parent company of MAGNET, that, by the end of the 3rd decade of the 21st century, could link the entire world in a single, seamless system of individualized underground transport, that can - in a metro-like, yet individualized way - transport millions of people at up to 5,000 km/h to workplaces that are even quite remote from their place of dwelling (house-to-house).
(3) Produce the equipment required for the implementation of underground cabin craft network technology (2 to 8 seats per cabin) for mass transportation purposes.
(4) A new generation of Mach 4 to 10 scramjets is operational. The production of this type of high-speed jet shall be customized to LIFENET’s purposes of transporting masses of citizens from all around the world to their workplaces in target regions. These aircraft will be operated by TRANSNET and may as well be sold to external organizations. The GTC fleet shall consist of fully hydrogen-powered, 4 to 8 engine, 200 to 800 passenger large-capacity aircraft.

4.2.13 GLOBAL TRUST NETWORK / Objectives

(1) Launching a major endeavour to end and finally overcome the Global Planetary Crisis in all aspects and within all strata of the world’s societies.
(2) Creating the necessary influx of skilled, honorary manpower required by means of building on the existing strengths of NGOs, religious organization complexes, and charities to initialize ‘OPERATION DESERT BLOOM’ and the entire LIFENET Process.
(3) Utilizing NGOs and, at a later stage, trade unions as manpower pools for extreme large scale projects that need the administered cooperation of unheard-of quantities of people in order to succeed.

4.2.14 HOUSENET / Objectives

(1) Creating a decent house for every participant (or apartment if preferred by the applicant/participant) on a standard that equals upper-middle-class luxury design according to today’s standards.
(2) Utilizing the manpower of many participants in any target area - pooled together on an association level
- to build houses for all of them. The principle is very simple: everyone helps to build houses for many others so that in the end everyone owns an excellent home.
(3) The Company shall endeavour to interlink the capacities of existing self-help groups and integrate them into the area-masking LIFENET development engineering process. This integration approach will lead to substantial synergetic advantages for the beneficiaries regarding the increased availability of finance, raw materials, transport logistics and human resources etc.

4.2.15 INDUSTRIAL LEVITATION SYSTEMS / Objectives

(1) Researching gravitational and magnetic fields under laboratory conditions and in large-scale trials in order to design operational devices capable of exploiting these types of fields efficiently for industrial pur- poses.
(2) Foster international cooperation in the gravity research (based on the teachings of Newton, Einstein, Maxwell, Faraday, Tesla and others).
(3) Develop feasible applications for devices utilizing gravitational and magnetic fields in various branches of the transport and tourism industry (including consulting services and franchise solutions for external or- ganizations).
(4) Researching, developing and producing Gravity Transformers (GTs), WAVEJETS, Nanospool-Chips (NCs) and all kinds of transportation systems utilizing magnetic and gravitational fields (terrestrial and intra-solar system devices).
(5) Special focus on next generation underground cabin craft transportation system.
(6) Designing and producing spacecraft for near-earth tourism, inter-planetary space exploration, and intrasolar system mining purposes.

4.2.16 INFRANET / Objectives

(1) INFRANET aims to even out infrastructure standards around the globe before the year 2044. To achieve this, project-segment focused strategic alliances between unemployed and homeless people of any particular target region (their representing agencies acting as manpower pools), executing and equipment providing industries, charities, NGOs and defence forces (which are to be re-structured as build-up-forces PLCs), will be performed, whereby LIFENET shall act as a facilitator and coordination agency.
(2) Ensure, that schools, hospitals, roads, MAGNET stations, airports, ports etc. are provided for all regions of the world equally (in this example Africa and Europe).
(3) Propose the creation of a Global Infrastructure Creation, Upgrading and Maintenance (GICUM) Finance Pool that initially helps to even out standards on a global scale through subsidies and then generates upgrad- ing, replacing and refinement paths with global reach. The GICUM may utilize industry donations plus gov- ernment tax contributions, e.g. 10% of all tax incomes worldwide, as its major financial resources.

4.2.17 JOBNET / Objectives

(1) JOBNET shall provide a custom-designed employment system, tailor-made as a crisis management tool in order to enable LIFENET to provide food, shelter, education, medicinal care and work to street children, homeless, unemployed, disabled or elderly people.
(2) In cooperation with the remaining LIFENET divisions, the Company may create settlements designed as village-like structures (or mobile container-cities, depending on the nature of the Development- Engineering project) that include production centers as well as farms and/or land development and construc- tion divisions.
(3) People shall be trained to do jobs that are required in Development-Engineering projects, such as build- ing and maintaining solar panels, working in irrigation, land development and housing projects as well as building and maintaining electric vehicles etc. For the performance of these Development-Engineering ac- tivities, participants of the LIFENET system shall not receive a salary (besides some pocket-money) but shall receive shelter, food, education, textiles and medicare and become labour-shareholders (in contrast to client-, capital-, student, and management shareholders), who earn with their labour the rights to land, hous- ing, a certain quantity of free energy (according to the amounts of rights accumulated through labour within the network) and a job after the development of a particular parcel of wasteland is completed. In this way large scale development projects become feasible, the production price for solar panels and all other prod- ucts and services LIFENET is offering can be reduced drastically, and millions of jobs and existences can be created in the long term which shall incrementally help to move masses of people out of poverty.
(4) JOBNET shall furthermore create and provide jobs for every 1st world citizen willing to participate within the development projects of the LIFENET structure.
(5) Management is dedicated to the principle of value-creation through the use of unutilized material, energy and human resources to the full benefit of all participants.
(6) Providing schools, hospitals, roads and all other basic infrastructure facilities through the worldwide implementation of primary accumulation strategies.
(7) Setting up a global contact network (on-line and through agencies) to reach homeless and jobless people all around the world.

4.2.18 LANDNET / Objectives

(1) Contribute to the tying of CO2 by means of massive large scale irrigation and reforesting projects in deserts and steppes etc.
(2) Create the necessary conditions for a proper balancing of the oxygen and CO2 content in the atmosphere, as to equally cater for the needs of plants, animals and human beings, through preparing sufficient quantities of arid land for settlement, irrigation and cultivation purposes.
(3) Develop land parcels with nature-identical features and proceed with a meta-scale scope, i.e., no ‘dismembering’, but large-scale landscape planning and designing.
(4) Market developed parcels to industries and private external clients.

4.2.19 LIFE CENTER STRUCTURE / Objectives

(1) Creating personal and interpersonal communication centers destined to foster the relationships between neighbours in depersonalized cities and satellite cities.
(2) Creating humanized settlements in the style of the most-pleasant-for-humane-living epoch of any region (regarding Germany and France e.g. the old town of Strasbourg), yet, where necessary (e.g. in the old town of Lisbon) flats within small houses need to be re-designed considerably larger (at least 30m² per room) or even to be extended over 2 neighbouring houses. Such buildings can be used as apartments for singles.
(3) Utilize the style and atmospheric grandeur of the 14th to 17th century (no cars, small ways etc.), yet fitted with the individual lifestyle extensions of today.

4.2.20 LIFENET (Department Stores) / Objectives

(1) Supplying all basic goods required to furnish a house, flat, or apartment, or to design a garden in a de- cent way equivalent to present day upper-middle-class level (Europe, America, Japan) at extremely low prices.
(2) Providing counters for charity activities (e.g. GLOBAL TRUST NETWORK) so that people can enter goods not required anymore into the LIFENET system, or enter JOBNET.
(3) Successively raising and evening out supply standards worldwide by starting to cover the basic needs of all world-citizens with regard to household appliances etc., whereby the Company is accepting ration-cards as a means of payment (CASHCARDS).

4.2.21 LOGY CORPORATION / Objectives

(1) Logy is one of the group’s ‘money earners’ whilst other entities are in technical terms write-off firms. Logy balances are globally fully consolidated with all other balances of all other segments of the LIFENET group.
(2) Logy shall support and prepare the process of setting up SOLARNET as a major future input factor into the global economic system.
(3) Producing consumer goods and household appliances for participants and external clients.
(4) The Company shall satisfy most of the technological requirements of the LIFENET Group by producing all kinds of industrial equipment.

4.2.22 MEDINET / Objectives

(1) Creating a worldwide medicare structure that guaranties a 100% full-scale medicare protection for every world citizen without any difference in service-quality for even the poorest and most remotely dwelling world citizens.
(2) Preparing project target areas for LIFENET activities, so that there will be no, or very little risk of infection (malaria, yellow fever etc.) for participants working in Infrastructure-Completion projects.
(3) Successively removing the threat that micro-organisms pose to human health through the development of agents that prohibit the propagation of viruses and bacteria unwanted.

4.2.23 MONEYNET / Objectives

MONEYNET is the generic term for a 3-segment, new generation banking institute that is operating banking business according to New Inheritance Laws (NIL) and GLUE Economics. An exception is in this regard the GLOBAL BANK which is rather a transition-type banking institute.

(1) Creating a financing entity that will exclusively operate on a non-destructive economic basis (GLUE Economics).
(2) Facilitating all network activities on a non-profit basis in the interest of participants. The 3 segments proposed for financial operations are:

a) Crisis management tool segment - MONEYNET is providing Groundprotection to all participants (and ultimately to all world citizens) via smartcards on which labour/energy input will be registered and ex- changed for goods and services that participants may receive from LIFENET. These CASHCARDs function as well as ration cards.
b) User tool segment - The GLOBAL BANK is operating current and savings accounts, including savings for building purposes, under conventional conditions, yet striving to be the highest value supplier on the market, and obliged to feed the other 2 segments (and LIFENET in general) with the surplus achieved in worldwide operations.
c) Feeder tool segment - The GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BANK is distributing monies strictly for devel- opment purposes that it may receive from external financing entities (e.g. AfDB, WB, IFC, Governments etc.).

4.2.24 OPERATION DESERT BLOOM / Objectives

(1) Engage in irrigation by condensation techniques, that is, utilizing Atmospheric Humidity Condensation factories as well as more simple forms of condensation techniques, such as earth walls etc., to extract water out of air.
(2) Creating a network of Atmospheric Humidity Condensation factories produced under licence of the inventor on behalf of AQUANET (irrigate 10 % of aggregate project area before 2022).
(3) Interacting with NGOs, international relief agencies and governments as a concerted action facilitator to inaugurate irrigation network building.
(4) Focusing such activity on least-developed target areas first (highest priority character).
(5) Developing modular production and set-up approaches that enable the Company to engage in onlocation production and on-location assembly of network-modules.

4.2.25 ORGANIC PRODUCTS CORPORATION / Objectives

(1) Develop, research, produce and market plastics that are as ‘natural’ (100% bio-degradable) as wood.
(2) Produce TYVEK under licence of DuPont.
(3) Produce and market meat, timber, leather, paper etc. through cloning, without having to kill animals or plants.
(4) The Company shall appeal to all participating nations to collectively endorse the complete replacement of all products or raw materials that require the killing of animals or the release of toxic by-, or waste products into the ecosphere before 2022.
(5) The OPC programme includes the design, development and production of equipment, products and processing techniques for the fabrication of products in a statutory way.

4.2.26 SOCIALNET / Objectives

(1) Offer Personal Career Building (PCB) consulting services for every individual world citizen (in cooperation with JOBNET and EDUNET) on a global level securing as well horizontal as vertical mobility (any kind of activity anywhere in the world) and facilitate a flexible job-booking structure.
(2) The Company is regarding the introduction of a new labour-paradigm, designed as a penchantemployment system on the foundation of a Groundprotection (subsistence guarantee) system, as the most realistic path into an increasingly automated and information-driven global meritocracy. That system shall be based on the Sol-factor, and especially its future output-to-conversion ratio (including power generation, power distribution structures, and its impact on the global economy), as the true assessment basis for monetary values. The second pillar of this worldwide unconditionally applicable social security system shall be the issuing of labour-unit-futures that are to be calculated based on future labour input into the LIFENET system that any participant under contract may deliver.
(3) Groundprotection for all world citizens - to be equalized before 2044 - must cover all aspects of basic commodities, medicare, education and transport/mobility to the workplace.

4.2.27 SOLARCARS / Objectives

(1) Selling 2,000 vehicles in Africa within 3 years (including Solarbikes and pick ups).
(2) Interact with the establishment of SOLARNET with regard to the establishment of battery exchange stations.
(3) Starting to expand the system into all hot regions of Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Australia in year 2.
(4) Reach 100 million C (C is the abbreviation of CAP; 1 CAP = 1 SDR) sales by year 4 (worldwide).

4.2.28 SOLARNET / Objectives

(1) Incrementally install a worldwide integrated solar energy supply grid.
(2) Compensate the goods export surplus of the North with an energy export surplus of the South and thus facilitate a development towards global equality of living standards.
(3) Focus initially on exporting solar energy from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.
(4) Convince 3rd world leaders to invest 10% of foreign-aid and later 20% of GDP in solar energy systems.

4.2.29 SOLARNET (Glass Works) / Objectives

(1) Research and develop the technology to materialize the objectives (2) to (5).
(2) Producing building blocks and pipelines out of desert sand.
(3) Producing materials required to produce solar panels out of desert sand.
(4) Producing various glass articles such as window panes, gift articles, vases etc. out of desert sand.
(5) Setting up solar heat driven melting reactors/ furnaces all over the Sahara and other sand deserts wherever settlements are created.
(6) Marketing of the products listed above.

4.2.30 TEXTILENET / Objectives

(1) Providing textiles for every world citizen in need through second hand donations delivered from rich to poor regions on a people-to people basis.
(2) Employ labour-shareholders in TEXTILENET’s own dedicated production facilities.
(3) Producing textiles and distributing them from Africa to the 1st world.
(4) Become a major foreign exchange earner for the LIFENET group before 2017.

4.2.31 TRADENET / Objectives

(1) Establish the Company as the leading marketer of products created through LIFENET participants within any LIFENET corporation.
(2) Becoming the most cost effective wide spectrum export agent of 3rd world goods into the rest of the world within five years.
(3) Maintaining economic control during any of the LIFENET all-encompassing Development-Engineering project phases through facilitating foreign exchange availability.
(4) Build up a network of trade-centers successively that initially operate as drugstores on a ration-card basis, i.e. accepting CASHCARDs charged with labour-units. Evolve subsequently into highest standard goods-providing-centers in shopping mall lay-out with high product turnover.
(5) Trading anything from pins to supertankers.

4.2.32 TRANSNET / Objectives

(1) The overall objective is to provide clean, that is, zero-pollution transport at affordable prices to all world citizens.
(2) Setting up its MAGNET I division, that shall be initially based on a Transrapid -like rail system, all over Africa and Europe. To pursue these business activities, TRANSNET may enter into joint-ventures with Thyssen and other mag-rail producers.
(3) The MAGNET I system shall be developed in an ongoing process to reach velocities of up to 5,000 km/h.
(4) Setting up the MAGNET II system as a subterranean, magnetic cabin craft network with terminals under every block of houses, or village, respectively.
(5) Provide long-distance commuter-plane mass transport by means of employing a hydrogen-driven fleet of Mach 4 to 10, large capacity scramjet aircraft.
(6) Operating a fleet of hydrogen-powered buses and ships for both, intra-LIFENET transport purposes and external public transport applications.

4.2.33 TRASHNET / Objectives

(1) De-contaminative waste-management of the refuse of big cities and communities.
(2) Re-integrative waste management of former refuse-dumps for the purpose of reclaiming raw materials and in order to make poisons and radioactive materials etc. totally innocuous for the environment.
(3) Build-up of a network of re-analysis centers for the purpose of making total use of all waste products, and especially in order to crack chemical compounds and molecules up into their elementary structures.

4.2.34 UNITED WORLD ORGANIZATION / Objectives

4.2.34.1 Preliminary Notes

The fact that billions of our fellow citizens are dying like dogs or have to vegetate in ultimate squalor can only be seen as the result of grave planning errors, or the non-existence of the capacity to methodically overcome the Global State of Emergency on grounds of lacking structuring-capabilities, respectively. As- suming responsibility for all world citizens unconditionally requires a rearranging of budgets in such way that food for everyone is actually part of the plan. It cannot be enough, to throw a few sacks of rice out of a helicopter, sometimes, at some places, and to build 150-storeyed sky-scrapers elsewhere. These are not only acts of culpable negligence, but intentional planning errors. To assume such responsibility means to materi- alize the supply of all goods and services that subsistence, security and well-being depend on, for each indi- vidual world citizen on an equally high level. Everything else is lies that are at best glossing things over, lies, designed to cover up the egotistical effort to keep to distribution inequities, and thus finally relicts of exploitation behaviour patterns.

Yes, the peoples of the world are on different levels of development. Notwithstanding this fact, it is also a matter of fact that all peoples and their individuals everywhere on earth have raised at different times in history out of the spiritual and social state of tribal consciousness, in which many indigenous peoples still reside today. That means that all peoples of the world have been tribes, have been indigenous peoples at one point in time. This world was - and still is - a world of tribes that are spread all over the face of the earth. For various reasons, which are often linked to climatic and geo-morphological surroundings factors, many of these peoples are still in the state of tribal consciousness. To keep these people artificially within that state of development, as to give us - the privileged and well-cared-for ones - the opportunity and pleasure of having a live stone-age museum at our disposal, is in my view nothing better than a nostalgic, humanity- contempting eco-fascism. Eco-fascism, because it doesn’t take into account that these people are unem- ployed, with little or no medicare, and often left without shelter in the worst of weather conditions. They are fellow human beings of the species homo sapiens sapiens like us, having to eat worms and insects for their bare survival.

The product of such attitude would be the perpetuation of an absolute chancelessness of these people with regard to the absolute unnostalgic and merciless reality of the worldwide employment market situation. Without a fundamental change of heart, this condition could indeed continue for millenniums to come. LIFENET’s concept of world-nation-building stresses however the need to facilitate a seamless transition into an integrated world society with equal opportunities for every world citizen. Provided, that absolute equality of opportunity is guaranteed, the option of a free choice for indigenous people is probably the most reasonable one, unless one wanted to decline into a kind of "green racism", that regards itself as selected to protect the seemingly mentally retarded ones from the evil of a provision-and-knowledge-civilization.

4.2.34.2 Objectives

(1) Promote the concept of world-nation-building which includes the gradual transformation of the UN into a system that has governance capacity. However, such reformed political entity ought to regard individuals (all world citizens) rather than nations as the units of the political process.
(2) Promote the principle of ‘1wo/man - 1vote’ as the basis for political decision-making in a ‘Federal World Parliament’ to be founded and governed by a United World Charter, and the principle of a ‘World of Regions’ which incorporates a successive transformation of nation states into federal states, whereby their regional components are being projected as the real holder of administrative mandates.
(3) Move into a field that could be christened "ethics-guiding" through the implementation of global law and investment fund guidelines that block companies from infringing the ethical guidelines that may become essential safeguards of the liberty, egality, security and well-being of all world citizens and the rights of other living beings.
(4) Foster the teamwork of all member regions in order to formulate sets of worldwide valid jointdevelopment goals for the One World on the basis of mutually agreed upon structural evening-out processes that are embedded into the increasingly emerging worldwide unification process.

5 STRATEGIES

5.1 Managing related Strategies

(1) Managing must be competitive, that is, managers must constantly observe their business environment for changes in market of their portfolio on a local, regional, national and global level. This includes the analysis of socio-economic as well as political trends, market self-organization, supplier conditions etc.
(2) Managing must be creative and pay tribute to the potential complexity of real-life business situations with highly sophisticated trade-offs, barter deals and often the integration of seemingly competing interests for the benefit of the organization and its beneficiaries.
(3) Dealing with constant change within a multicultural environment and increasingly globalizing background conditions for any economic operation demands a constant openness for different value systems, beliefs and a general sense of cultural sensitivity.
(4) To train and to develop the human capacities of people, that are partly lacking even the most basic education, for the sake of the beneficiaries and the overall objectives of the organization, demands extreme adaptability and careful sensitivity to be capable of catering for the educational needs of the trainees and at the same time fully achieve the development targets and fundamental objectives of the organization on the backdrop of constant global pressure of competition. To live up to this challenge might be one of the most difficult segments of the corporate mindset.

5.2 Production and Administration related Strategies

(1) Embark on joint B.ED. schemes with international universities to speed up manpower development processes in all divisions of the LIFENET endeavour.
(2) The process of designing and producing pipelines, solar-cells and appurtenances as well as all types of equipment that is required for the conduct of LIFENET Development-Engineering activities shall be carried out at LIFENET’s own dedicated research and development laboratories and production facilities. This is also valid regarding the drawing up of architectonic and technical drawings, the making of models and prototypes of products, as well as the construction of desalination stations that shall operate on the basis of the reverse osmosis principle. That enables LIFENET to produce industry standard output without high up-front costs in external r&d or production facilities, respectively. Product will be launched simultaneously in all Eurafrican Countries, later gradually worldwide.
(3) LIFENET specializes initially on becoming a major Development-Engineering service industry for Fu- ture Countries on behalf of the entire world population. The Company may conduct its activities especially in regions, where there has not previously been a functioning trading market for goods and services consid- ered to be essential to subsistence. LIFENET is thus endeavouring to focus its Development-Engineering activities on highest-priority capacity building of core elements that are of significance for structural align- ment processes. This implies the ability of the organization to produce and distribute goods and services, that have been manufactured on international standards, at prices that enable the population of any crisis region, who may often reside in pre-civilizatory development stages or any kind of pre-accumulation subsis- tence, to pay for the required items. Where there is no purchasing power at all, LIFENET is implementing a specially designed labour-shareholder system that allows participants to enjoy LIFENET Groundprotection and the accumulation of rights to land, housing, medicare, education etc. in exchange for labour.
(4) Existing low-quality regional products and services, that are not sufficient to ensure adequate develop- ment processes in the long-term, need to be deliberately upgraded and meaningfully integrated into the overall development procedure. Grey-market, black market, or shadow economy phenomena need to be surmounted effectively in order to establish a functioning market economy that facilitates a stable business environment which shall attract Foreign Direct Investments and create increased opportunities for SMEs. LIFENET will do exactly this and gain a high market presence by implementing highest standard infrastruc- ture grids and omni-sectoral supply-structures (partly self-operated, partly as a facilitator for private sector activities of local SMEs etc.) on an area-masking level, whilst being satisfied with minimal profit margins (application of ELP and VLP strategies) per development target unit implemented. In its capacity as devel- opment facilitator LIFENET will especially emphasize the advancement of women-in-development by fo- cusing the majority of investment promotion activities on SMEs set up and managed by women through the implementation of 50% ownership and management quotas (to be successively implemented during a 7 year economic restructuring programme). These factors - that act in combination - will stimulate the sales con- siderably and thus open the markets for permeation by LIFENET products and AMOS Development- Engineering services.
(5) Despite these ambitious plans, LIFENET will of course seek the expertise of dedicated consulting spe- cialists in the field of civil engineering, project implementation, facility management and financial control- ling in order to regulate the growth of the Company and the implementation of its corporate goals in accor- dance with the Articles of Association and in the framework of the 32-year plan for the Primary Project Cycle so that the Company does not outstrip available capital whilst the securing of the fulfillment of all pre-meditated objectives within the given time-frame can be guaranteed, simultaneously. These consulting firms are envisaged to enter into strategic alliances with LIFENET. Furthermore, LIFENET is envisaging entering into strategic alliances with a variety of the leading transnational corporations for the purpose of achieving effective synergies in order to speed up and optimize the process of surmounting the Global State of Emergency.
(6) However, the role of public policy on a global level and its magnitude of impact on the actual capability of any organization to fulfill targets of AMOS Development-Engineering services in the framework of inte- grated global Infrastructure-Completion cannot be downplayed, but must be fully acknowledged, appreci- ated and finally activated. Here lies therefore a further potential for strategic alliances with LIFENET in terms of creating the necessary political framework and goodwill to achieve the factual implementation of all objectives of the LIFENET agenda. It is therefore in the interest of the Company to institute an omni- lateral cooperation agreement on the subject of methodically overcoming the Global State of Emergency. LIFENET is thus proposing to appoint a conference on Surmounting the Global Planetary Crisis (LIFECON) and appealing to all nation states to participate in a concerted effort to end the Global State of Emergency (GSE) by agreeing on a strategy and implementation document of worldwide compulsory lawful effect (LIFEPACT).
(7) These strategic partners, together with NGOs and those transnational companies, that are in the position to create substantial, if not enough, required equipment and consumer/industry products as is deemed neces- sary in order to materialize the pre-determined masterplan objectives within that 32-year lasting area- masking Development-Engineering process would have to agree to act as LIFENET service providers in more than 170 countries and territories spanning six continents with an estimated population as of October 1999 of approximately 5.8 billion.
(8) LIFENET will propose the introduction of a global steering facility concerning financial politics in order to achieve a worldwide alignment of living standards and to effectively facilitate omni-sectoral Develop- ment-Engineering on the basis of Private / Public Partnership through globally enacting a Structural Equali- zation Policy (SEP).
(9) Furthermore the Company will propose the implementation of worldwide equalization reserve funds for the balancing of economic trends and effective investment supply planning.
(10) LIFENET will appeal to all participating nations to reconstitute the accounting of all tax-incomes (or at least 25 to 30%) on a world-federation level and disburse AMOS Development-Engineering services on the basis of structural alignment policies worldwide through a system of fiscal equalization among the regions of the AQUASOL Union (Level I of world unification process). Major goal of this proposal is to gain the capacity to extensively utilize these taxation tools for compensative world-federation development and the optimization of social security services for all world citizens. In this context, LIFENET shall appeal to all participating nations to constitute a Global Tax Fund (GTF) and gradually increase the payments into the GTF on a monthly basis by 0.1 % of the Gross National Product (GNP) of any country until the end of the Primary Project Cycle. Monthly payments shall be commenced on January 1, 2013 at the amount of 0.1 % of the GNP of any country.
(11) Appeal to all participating governments and industries to omni-nationally implement a 7-year Industry, Agriculture and Transport Conversion (IATC) Plan towards zero-emission, non-destructive GLUE economy principles on a worldwide level that shall employ a runtime-depending regressive subsidy scheme that is beginning with 80% of conversion costs to be subsidized on day one of the 7-year conversion programme, whereby the percentage of costs to be subsidized shall be reduced on a daily basis until, nil of the costs re- quired to converse industrial plants etc. will be subsidized on the day the seven years are over. During year 8 and 9 a daily progressively increasing penalty at the amount of 0 to 200% of conversion costs shall be paid by industries that will have failed to complete the conversion process in due time. On the day the ninth year will be over, the remaining firms shall be forcibly stripped of their license and sold to companies that are proving their capacity to finish the conversion procedure until the end of year 10 of the programme. Com- panies that fail to produce results after the end of year ten shall be immediately nationalized and / or admin- istered by the LIFETRUST holding (see 8.2, section (26), and 11.2, section (9)).

5.3 Strategies of LIFENET Divisions in Alphabetical Order

5.3.1 AGRONET / Strategies

Main policies for the implementation phase are:

(1) Establish or transform crop production according to network guidelines.
(2) Establish or transform livestock production according to network guidelines (production of dairy pro- duce, eggs, wool, manure and nutrient solution out of manure and crop by-products, only). Owning and maintaining livestock will be further amortized through intensive agro-tourism for city-dwellers and expa- triates (farm, camping, adventure, trekking and wilderness-vacation conceptions will be separately facili- tated and implemented).
(3) Establish agricultural support-systems supply, and continuous service availability.
(4) Establish agro-production systems supply, and continuous maintenance section according to network- guidelines.
(5) Establish manpower development facilities.
(6) Establish 1 model farm in every target region that provides labour-shareholders of the network with the essential knowledge for independent farming after the development of any particular land parcel has been finalized.
(7) Enhance and maintain soil fertility in any particular parcel or region.
(8) Increase tree and plant cover to prevent soil erosion.
(9) Establish customized, intertwined training/labour strategies including on-location courses and continuous on-the-job training for labour-shareholders.
(10) Strive for near total self-sufficiency through intense cooperation and resource transfer within any regional group of neighbouring parcels.
(11) Encourage and support any emerging private initiatives by labour-shareholders through supplies, credit and insurance.
(12) Implement intensive vegetable mass production through the employment of organic hydroponic systems, wherein plants are cultivated by growing them in gravel or sand, through which water containing organic nutrient solution is being pumped.
(13) Employ the use of natural herbicides and manual weeding (later automatic) instead of chemical herbi- cides.
(14) Implement the systematic utilization of crop by-products as well as household, hotel and restaurant wastes for the on-location production of compost, Soil Nutrient Dilution (SND), and animal feed.
(15) Establish apiculture to ensure fertilization of vegetable crops.
(16) Elaborate mixed wildlife/agro-tourism schemes to create additional revenues for the regions.
(17) Build special wildlife reserves and parks for tourist in target regions that retain the natural beauty and characteristic of any particular region - or define new geo-morphological characteristics - and combine them with special relaxation features (in cooperation with GLAD Company and INFRANET).
(18) Create special packages of produce for tourists (spices, oils etc.).
(19) Students and other interested people from all over the world can enjoy free catering and accommodation when working for free during a holiday at any time in the year (extended kibbutz model) - appeals regarding this will be made public unobtrusively and inexpensively through press-releases etc.
(20) People, who can afford the transport, can work in many different destinations around the world as la- bour-shareholders (even if it is always during holidays for a sequence of years) and, given that they accumu- lated enough project shares and it is practically possible, choose later a target destination in any region that the network is operating in, to settle and receive their land and house according to their input into the net- work.
(21) Implement strict environmental security measures, emergency plans and sufficient well-trained and equipped manpower, logistics and resources to be able to handle emerging crisis situations and/or disasters effectively.
(22) Stop selling water to people after amortization period (Primary Project Cycle) is completed (SOLARNET, AQUANET, AGRONET). Sunlight and water are, and shall always be given free to all living organisms to procure for their subsistence.
(23) Equality of chances concerning equal birth-rights to all natural and man-made resources for all world citizens must be for the first time in history created and then protected by new inheritance laws and laws about ethical business conduct. These laws must be a silent fortress - a bulwark against the ethos of exploitation which, incessantly, wants to creep into the modes of exchange and dealings again and again.
(24) Implement mass production of flour, chips, puree, pie, fritters, dumplings, (research the potential for starch and glue production) out of bread fruits to be cultivated within large multi-crop plantations rich in bread fruit trees.
(25) Implement flour and fuel mass production from Coconuts.

5.3.2 AID COMPANY / Strategies

(1) Implementing a modular insurance structure that can be customized for various customer requirements (accident, household, equipment, various risks, sickness etc.) - to be initially automatically financed out of the labour-unit-accounts on the CASHCARDs (MONEYNET) of participants (labour/client-shareholders).
(2) Setting up a worldwide insurance structure for every world-citizen on an association level, that is, without any profit-making desire.
(3) Avoid excessive overhead costs by running operations on the basis of a global software-controlled, automatic damage-regulation system.
(4) Delivering all services directly to clients (beneficiaries), without setting up any major representatives or
multi-level marketing structure, or spending huge amounts of money on administration buildings.
(5) Commence instituting a reconstitution of financial securities on a worldwide level through internally implementing the Sol-factor as the standard security for loans and bank guarantees for every world citizen!

5.3.3 AQUANET / Strategies

(1) AQUANET shall have the right to receive 10% of SOLARNET energy output free of charge on a regional and continental level to accelerate the process of setting up a network of Atmospheric Humidity Condensation systems, desalination plants, pump stations, and pipelines, and begin tapping subterranean water resources below the Sahara or any other desert and arid land.
(2) Using solar energy to melt sand and rocks to create the chessboard-like AQUANET pipeline-waterway structure worldwide (stress on Africa and the Middle East).
(3) Proposing the formation of a strategic union of African and Middle East countries to establish the source for long-term wealth creation in the aggregate region.

5.3.4 AQUANET (Landscape Contractors) / Strategies

(1) Applying for all types of governmental, inter-governmental, UN, and international agency subsidies such as lost contributions, interest rebates, bounties, loans and guarantees as well as for indirect contributions, such as tax reductions and waiving of public contributions. Common denominator argument is the omninational interest of a massive reduction of CO2 in the air through reforesting and the resolving of waterrelated problems such as water shortages and inundations.
(2) LIFENET may apply for the tying of certain endowment quantities to the geographical extension related magnitude of the irrigation-landscaping task to be undertaken in the jurisdiction of federal states, regional unions, municipalities and communities (on the EU, UN, World Bank levels). To achieve this, a subsidy- per-acre coefficient that can be equally applied to all 250,000 target parcels intended by LIFENET, needs to be appointed.
(3) Apply for European Recovery Programme loans for projects within Europe (emphasizing the development of Central Europe and Eastern Europe).

5.3.5 CENTURY CITY / Strategies

(1) Unprofitable PUCs everywhere in the developing world can become shareholders and progressively dissolve their stock successively at 100% within LIFENET, and completely merge into it (becoming quasi- franchisees). In the completion-stage all shares have to belong to all human beings on earth in equal parts.
(2) Give out franchises on all levels to PUCs, government corporations etc., who are initially shareholders, as well as third parties to stimulate expansion of the CENTURY CITY network.
(3) Offer each external PUC and transnational corporation, that is for LIFENET a desirable strategic alliance partner (e.g. pipeline and equipment manufacturing companies etc.) an option to purchase as many shares of the full-blown global LIFENET structure (including shares of CENTURY CITY), as the percentage of this particular company’s potential physical stake in the final LIFENET structure would be (to be paid up before the end of 2044).

5.3.6 COMMUNET / Strategies

(1) Offer free worldwide telephone services to all individuals, who invest substantially into the LIFENET structure, whereby for each TND 100,000 cash investment one line can be used 10 years free by the inves- tor.
(2) Secure venture capital financing to fund licensed manufacturing of communication equipment.
(3) Negotiate with all major telecom device distributors for access to international distribution channels.
(4) Operational deployment techniques should be innovation led, yet, focus on the non-destructive network- guidelines approach with a permanent focus on individual and corporate integrity.

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Title
The LIFENET Plan
Subtitle
A Systematic Approach to Overcoming the Global Planetary Crisis
College
Free University of Berlin  (Otto-Suhr-Institut)
Course
Globalisierung und Internationale Politische Ökonomie
Author
Year
1999
Pages
220
Catalog Number
V195847
ISBN (eBook)
9783656221005
ISBN (Book)
9783656222439
File size
1760 KB
Language
English
Notes
The LIFENET system, as presented in this compact, key-issue focused study, is meant to be but one potential approach that could lead to true global democratization, power-sharing and equalization of living standards worldwide - if implemented wholeheartedly. The overarching goal is the complete and uncompromising implementation of the Declaration of Human Rights, whereby Art. 23, section (2) is seen as most essential in order to physically solve the Global Planetary Crisis. The system builds on the particular complementary strengths of different types of profit and non-profit organizations.
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Development-Engineering, Globalisierung, Globalization, Poverty Abolition, Zukunftssicherung, Manpower Pools, Global Planetary Crisis, Solar Power, Wave Power
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Michael A. Louis (Author), 1999, The LIFENET Plan, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/195847

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