Wind of Peace, HWPL & Ramagya School

Blow, Blow, Peace Wind~

To the ends of the earth,
the four corners of the earth~

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HWPL & Ramagya School that Lead the World to Peace

The 23rd Peace Tour of HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee,
the Hope of Youths

At the Designation Ceremony of HWPL Peace Academy
– Ramagya School in India

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Since the Mar Elias Educational Institutions in Israel was designated as the first HWPL Peace Academy, more schools in Albania, Kosovo and India made decisions to integrate Peace Education which covers activities for the cessation of wars and achievement of peace as part of their curriculum and held HWPL Peace Academy designation ceremonies.

CBSE Affiliated School in Noida

The Next Generation’s Leaders of World Peace

peaceDecember, 2015, Nam Hee Kim, the chairwoman of IWPG, attended the HWPL Peace Academy designation ceremony in New Delhi where 5 schools including Ramagya School were announced HWPL Peace Academies. Kim, who has argued over many accounts that peace must be educated at homes and schools, was appointed an honorary board member of Ramagya School.

At the event where over 1,300 of leaders of India’s education, teachers and students gathered, Kim conveyed her thoughts saying, “Ramagya has been made the world’s best school, and you are truly blessed as students… I look forward to seeing your future endeavors knowing that, after being guided by great teachers, growing in peace and safety, you will lead peace not just in India but worldwide.”

Monument Stipulates the Role of Entities in Peace Education

Along with the designation ceremony, there was the unveiling event of the Monument to the Declaration of World Peace on the school grounds of Ramagya School. The monument stipulates the role of different groups such as the political sector, women and youth that each play a pivotal role in peace education.

Chairman of Ramagya School Sanjay Gupta, who planned the school’s designation as an HWPL Peace Academy, told the audience, “I hope our students will become the next generation’s peace leaders of India with conscience for peace through the peace education.” As more schools joined the trend of peace education, Samsara School, Jaypee School, Ahlcon Public School, and Noida International University were also designated as HWPL Peace Academies.

nam hee kimHumanity and Spirituality – the Core Values that Lead the World to Peace unnamed 22 December, Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim of IWPG attended the 7th World Confluence of Humanity, Power and Spiritualityat Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi upon the invitation of Mr. Hari Prasad Kanoria, Chairman of SREI Foundation.At the Confluence, Kim said, “humanity and spirituality drive individuals, move organized societies, and serve as the core values that lead the world to peace.” She added, “Without peace, we cannot hope to fulfill humanity, spirituality or anything else.”

Ramagya School Website ☞ http://ramagyaschool.com/hwpl/

Activities of HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee

The activities of HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee for advocating peace

<Former Prime Minister of Nepal/ Khil Raj Regmi/ Nepal>
The initiatives of HWPL are exemplary to the entire world, as the activities of HWPL for advocating peace is unique and effective in all spheres.
I have a firm belief that HWPL has been able to continue its activities for global peace with inspiring guidance, motivation and the leadership of Chairman Man Hee Lee. His continuous involvement and dedication towards the mission is always appreciated by the larger section of society.

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※ On March 14, 2016, Mr. Man Hee Lee Chairman of HWPL proclaimed legislated
‘Declaration of Peace and Cessation of war(DPCW)’ in the world.
The differences between existing international law and new by HWPL,
revised law are the clauses which include solution of religious conflicts.
Also, revised international law has the clause which includes spreading culture of peace.

Bhai Sahib Satpal Singh Khalsa, As the Peace Ambassador

Bhai Sahib Satpal Singh Khalsa,
As the Peace Ambassador, he will recommend and sponsor …
to declare Mr. Man Hee Lee

 

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<Ambassador for Sikh Dharma/ Bhai Sahib Satpal Singh Khalsa/ USA> 

I had never seen an event(WARP Peace Summit) on this large scale representing peace and the call for unity from all over the world among all religions.

This event was one of the most well organized events.

Even many governments and the UN probably cannot put up any event like this majestic WARP Peace Summit hosted by Mr. Man Hee Lee and Ms. Nam Hee Kim.

I will have no hesitation in recommending, sponsoring, and doing whatever I can to send the strong message to the UN, to the noble organization to declare Mr. Man Hee Lee, as the peace ambassador for this century.

 

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Mr. Bhai Sahib Satpal Singh Khalsa, I agree with you.
I had never seen this event, WARP Peace Summit on this large scale representing peace and the call for unity from all over the world among all religions, too.
The most unforgettable moment to me was the card performance when watching WARP Peace Summit.
There are numerous people and organization that is acting out for peace. 
However, the war and terror hasn’t yet stopped.  
Can we make the war and terror stop? 

The answer of peace is in the HWPL. 
Because HWPL is just the organization which acts out with answer to achieve peace beyond nation, ethnic group, religion and belief. 
Footstep of light to actualize of Mr. Man Hee Lee, HWPL chairman ~! 
‘World Peace’ is coming true by the answer which suggested in WARP peace summit by HWPL.

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Man Hee Lee HWPL Chairman & Peace Award

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light) Received Peace Award

Source: http://hwpl.kr/

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▲ Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light) receives the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Non-Violent Peace Award and takes a commemorative photograph in July 19th at the Peace Palace in Gyeonggi, Korea
2 former presidents of India – senior advisors to the Foundation, which is headquartered in Oslo, Norway

The Foundation, Mandela·Jimmy Carter‧Gorbachev Thank-you letter published

Different from the Gandhi Peace Awards accorded by the Indian government, Indira Gandhi Prize

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▲ A letter of thanks for being awarded that was sent to the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Non-Violent Peace by the Secretary on behalf of the President of Republic of South Africa (Nelson Mandela) in April 1993. (Source: HWPL)

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▲ A letter of thanks for being awarded that was sent to the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Non-Violent Peace by President of the United States of America (Jimmy Carter) on November 17th, 1994. (Source: HWPL)

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▲ A letter of thanks for being awarded that was sent to the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation for Non-Violent Peace by the Secretary on behalf of the President of Soviet Union (Mikhail Gorbachev) on May 17th, 1995. (Source: HWPL)

 

There are several peace prizes related to Gandhi Peace Awards in India, and among the many are the two which are ‘Gandhi Peace Prize’ and ‘Indira Gandhi Prize’ – both are awarded by public institutions of India. There are more institutions which use the name Gandhi in giving out awards accorded in an effort of promoting international peace.

※ One of the Gandhi Foundation for Non-Violent Peace Awards is the one established in Oslo, Norway by the two gentlemen in 1988 – Dr. Mohapatra (Chairperson of the House of Representatives) and Dr. Amalendu Guha (Professor and Director of the Institute for Alternative Development Research). Upon the establishment of the Foundation, the 2 former presidents of India (Gyani Zail Singh and Dr Venkataraman) have taken activities as advisors, and this Foundation has focused on ‘Non-Violence’ which has received much attention to be recognized as one of the most non-public prestigious Gandhi Awards worldwide.

Source: hwpl.kr.

Dear All Nations -ManHeeLee

WARP Peace Summit

Dear family members around the world
– Man Hee Lee

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Greetings,

 I am Man Hee Lee, the peace advocate of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL).

It is an honor to be speaking with like-minded believers of peace who dedicate their lives serving their people, country, and creed. As people who share this earth together, the duty appointed to us is to preserve the natural principles and rights of mankind.

As we have seen from the past memories of our forefathers, to ensure that our future generations do not enter such periods of darkness depends on how active we remain to protect what is right and just for humanity.

It is for this reason that I, to this day, continue to act upon the vision I have received, a vision of life, peace, and harmony.

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Chairman of HWPL, Man Hee Lee and Leaders of World

What I desire to share with you is the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. Drafted by renowned legal experts, the declaration’s purpose is to cease all wars on earth. What makes this newly-designed declaration unique is its inclusion of provisions designed to prevent religious conflict, often times excluded from legal projects. However, a provision addressing religious issues proves to be crucial in achieving peace; as much as 80% of wars stem from religious roots.

If every country in the world adopts legislature inspired by the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, I have faith that war will no longer break out. Peace, our long-awaited objective, will be achieved, and the world will be transformed back its original and perfect design.

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Adopting this declaration ensures achieving a world of safety and peace. Not only will citizens support its provisions, but when the heads of state become aware of the declaration, how can they go against its message? Going against the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War is going against peace. Therefore, if a head of state rejects this declaration, wouldn’t their future descendants question their leader’s stance on morality?

 Thus, a head of state who encourages war instead of peace will fall into disfavor with the global community, causing an urgency by the people to adopt the declaration. However, when heads of state practice politics based on the declaration, the scourge of wars and conflicts will end, and peace will blossom around the world.

 When heads of state around the world sign the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, surely this will gain the United Nations’ attention, causing the implementation, through the UN and its Security Council, of the declaration on an international level to be much more possible.

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Fellow workers of peace, this is my declaration to you: to support this movement, and show your support for what life has desired since the beginning. I urge you to show your commitment to establish harmony throughout the world by advocating the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War to be incorporated in all nations.

I thank you for your time in reading my message for the world. Our efforts in restoring this earth are beyond what man desires, but instead the hope of all sources of life. Even the beasts and trees yearn of a day when justice will reign, and this work lays in our hands.

I look forward to working together towards the hope that our citizens dream of.

Most respectfully,

manheelee

Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes “The Greatest Peace Prize…”

What do you think “the Greatest Peace Prize”?

What do you say??

Chairman Man Hee Lee sharing his thoughts on receiving the award

“The Greatest Peace Prize…”
Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes

 

Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) said like this,

 

The greatest peace prize is peace on Earth and this is the legacy that we should leave to our future generations.

This will become the peace prize that will pave the way to the peaceful lives of humanity. I would like to accept this prize as a lesson that keeps me going for the work of peace,

said Chairman Lee during his acceptance speech.

 

※ Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) was honored with the “Mahatma Gandhi Prize for Non-Violent Peace” on Tuesday July 19th at the Peace Palace in Gyeonggi, Korea.

Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes “Religious leaders…”

Man Hee Lee Quotes
“Religious leaders…”

Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL awakened the duties of religious leaders of today.

“Religious leaders have a crucial role in constantly studying and determining which religious scripture is the most believable to achieve peace. Leaders are responsible for their congregations that differences in religions must not hinder the progress of peace and harmony in the interfaith world. I hope we, leaders of religions of the Northeast Asia, will establish a path to peaceful coexistence,”

– Man Hee Lee Peace Quotes

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international non-governmental organization for peace, hosted a Korea- China- Japan Trilateral Religious Leaders’ Peace Conference with the goal of putting religious boundaries aside to achieve peace together.

(June 28, 2016, Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka Guardian) While interfaith discussions on peace has endorsed various peace movements throughout the world, 120 prominent representatives of Korean, Chinese, and Japanese religious circles came together in Gyeonggi, Korea today.

[Peace Declaration]10 Articles & Preamble of DPCW By Man Hee Lee

<Peace Declaration>10 Articles & Preamble of DPCW By Man Hee Lee

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DPCW, Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War

Recognizing the imminent threats posed by conflicts and wars, prominent legal experts from various countries came together with a determination to produce a new legal document that could serve as a foundation for a safe and peaceful world.
Through their collaborative efforts, the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) was drafted and officially proclaimed on 14 March 2016, at 3:14 PM.

– Excerpt from foreword of DPCW explanatory book by HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee

▣ PREAMBLE

☞ Preamble of DPCW Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War

Recalling the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and other international instruments, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,

Acknowledging that all members of the human family enjoy human dignity and equal and inalienable rights, and that these rights represent a necessary tenet of the preservation of freedom, justice and peace throughout the world,

Aiming to maintain international peace and security and determined to pass on to successive generations an invaluable inheritance of a world free of wars,

Ensuring the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force should not be used, save in accordance with the limitations prescribed by international law,

Reaffirming faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women, the promotion of social progress and better standards of life for people and future generations and the need to facilitate peaceful coexistence among the world’s religions, beliefs, and ethnicities;

Recognizing that the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples constitutes a significant contribution to contemporary international law, and that its effective application is of paramount importance,

Call upon states

to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from international law can be maintained, and

in accordance with the common spirit that permeates all religious scriptures, and the rules of international law including fundamental rights guaranteed, to undertake to prosecute and sanction gross and systematic acts of violence undertaken in the name of religion

to bring about gradual disarmament of weapons of mass destruction and weapons capable of causing widespread and unnecessary suffering and weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law.

The signatories to the present Declaration do hereby urge that all efforts be made so that this Declaration is adopted and respected by all states.

▣ ARTICLES

☞ Article 1 - Prohibition of the threat or use of force

1. States should solemnly reaffirm that they refrain from the use of force in all circumstances, save where permitted by international law, and should condemn aggression as constituting an international crime.

2. States should refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of military force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations Charter or international law in general.

3. States should prohibit any act or threat of violence, whatever its motives or purposes, that occurs for the advancement of an individual or collective criminal agenda.

4. States should abstain from interference in the internal conflicts of other States.
☞ Article 2 - War potential

1. States should co-operate with a view to the gradual global reduction of armament production.

2. States should not produce, assist in, encourage, or induce; the production of weapons of mass destruction, inter alia, chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons, or weapons capable of causing indiscriminate or widespread and unnecessary suffering, or weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law.

3. States should take measures to ensure that existing weapons of mass destruction, weapons capable of causing widespread and unnecessary suffering and weapons incompatible with international humanitarian law are gradually dismantled or destroyed. States should cooperate in disarmament and the reduction of arms stockpiles, ideally under international supervision. Decommissioned weapons manufacturing facilities should be repurposed, so that they may serve purposes that are beneficial to humanity in general.

4. States should strive to reduce excessive standing armies and military bases.

5. States should cooperate to gradually diminish trade in weapons and attempt to reduce the flow of small arms to non-state actors.
☞ Article 3 – Friendly relations and the prohibition of acts of aggression

1. In accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2625 (XXV), States should develop friendly relations based upon respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and should take appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace.

2. States have the duty to refrain from any forcible action that deprives peoples of their rights to self-determination.

3. States should condemn the illegal occupation of territory resulting from the threat or use of force in a manner contrary to international law.

4. States should promote accountability, including by investigating alleged violations of international law, in particular, grave violation of the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols, and should take measures to ensure that states, citizens and corporations do not contribute to the commission of violations of international law.

5. States should condemn, and should criminalize in their domestic law, the planning, preparation, initiation or execution, by a person in a position effectively to exercise control over, or to direct, the political or military action of a State, of an act of aggression which, by its character, gravity and scale, constitutes a manifest violation of international law, thus amounting to a crime of aggression.

6. States should refrain from allowing their territories to be placed at the disposal of other actors, whether States or otherwise, to engage in armed force against a third State.

7. States should bear in mind the principle of sovereign equality of states, and should seek to consult all other states, on the basis of reciprocal respect, on issues that may relate to them, in order to resolve and pre-empt disputes which may arise. This provision should apply without prejudice to human rights law and human dignity.
☞ Article 4 – State boundaries

1. In accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2625 (XXV), every State has the duty to refrain in its international relations from military, political, economic, or any other form of coercion aimed against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations. This is without prejudice to instances when such forms of coercion may be lawfully applied, inter alia, to induce states to cease internationally wrongful acts, or when sanctioned by the United Nations Security Council.

2. Every State has the duty to refrain from the threat or use of force to violate the existing internationally recognized boundaries of another State, or as a means of resolving international disputes, including territorial and frontier disputes, in a manner inconsistent with international law.

3. Every state has the duty to refrain from any act of incitement, planning, preparation, initiation or commission of an act of aggression by a state, a group of states, an organization of states or an armed group or by any foreign or external entity, against the sovereignty, political independence and territorial integrity of any State.
☞ Article 5 - Self-determination

1. The duty of every state to refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any other state includes the duty not to engage in any action that would result in the dismemberment of any state, or force the secession or annexation of any territorial unit from that state.

2. Subject to the right to self-determination of peoples, states shall not engage in any intervention that seeks to divide or separate a state in a manner that is contrary to the rules of international law.

3. Every state has the duty to refrain from prematurely recognising an entity that has purported to secede from another state, until such a time as the latter entity has developed the necessary attributes, capacities and legitimacy to function as a state.

4. Subject to the provisions of the present article, States should encourage identifiable nation-states that have been divided by longstanding external or historical factors to engage in co-operation and dialogue. States should ensure that divided peoples are provided with their right to self-determination, including, inter alia, measures which may result in unified government.

5. Any political system in which power is exercised in perpetuity by an individual or regime amounting to a manifest denial of the right to self-determination should be condemned.
☞ Article 6 - Dispute settlement

1. States should recognize the obligation to settle their international disputes through peaceful means including reference to the International Court of Justice, other judicial bodies, regional judicial arrangements, or through arbitration, mediation, conciliation, or other forms of alternative dispute resolution and in such a manner that international peace and security are not endangered. States should carry out any judgment or decision reached by a judicial body in good faith.

2. All states are encouraged to accept the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, in accordance with Article 36, paragraph 2, of the Statute of the Court, without reservations, as a means of ensuring that disputes are settled peacefully and in accordance with international law.
☞ Article 7 - Right to self-defence

1. Nothing in the present Declaration should be construed so as to impair the inherent right to individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a State, until such time as the Security Council has taken measures to maintain international peace and security.

2. Measures taken by states in the exercise of their right to self-defence should be immediately reported to the Security Council and should not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the United Nations Charter to take, at any time, such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.
☞ Article 8 - Freedom of religion

1. States should unite to strengthen international efforts to foster a global dialogue for the promotion of a culture of tolerance and peace at all levels, based on respect for human rights and diversity of religions and beliefs.

2. States should activate and participate in systems to enforce and protect fundamental human rights, eliminating discrimination on the basis of religion or belief, and should refrain from and prohibit the usage of religion by governments, groups, or individuals in order to justify or to incite acts of violence against others. These systems should include, inter alia, judicial mechanisms.

3. States should foster religious freedom by allowing members of religious communities to practice their religion, whether publicly or in private, and by protecting places of worship and religious sites, cemeteries, and shrines.
☞ Article 9 – Religion, ethnic identity and peace

1. States should engage in multilateral consultations to deal with situations where differences attributable to religion or ethnicity pose a threat to peace so that necessary remedial action may be taken and to identify the root causes of a situation causing tension between different religious or ethnic groups, in order to adopt necessary measures to promote mutual understanding between the groups concerned.

2. States should take measures to ensure that religious belief or ethnic identity are not utilised as a pretext for gross and systematic acts of violence. In circumstances where individuals or groups perpetrate or assist in such acts in the name of their religion, states should take adequate measures that lead to the prosecution and punishment of such activities.

3. Recognising the threat to peaceful coexistence that violent religious extremism may cause, states should implement, in good faith, legal measures against individuals or groups attempting to perpetrate or assist in gross and systematic acts of violence in the name of religion. Such measures should, in extreme cases, include the proscription of faith groups – including sects or cults – that perpetrate acts of violence against the territorial integrity and political independence of any state.
☞ Article 10 – Spreading a culture of peace

1. States should recognize and engage with groups and organizations that seek to further the cause of peace as a global movement. States should facilitate such groups in their awareness-raising activities, including providing tuition in human rights and peace studies, as provided for, inter alia, in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 1999 UN Declaration on a Culture of Peace.

2. States should recognize that, in order to preserve a lasting culture of peace, public awareness of the need for, and value of, peace should be created. In this regard, states are encouraged to facilitate activities, commemorations, and initiatives that engage public consciousness with peace, including the erection of peace monuments as an alternative to war monuments.

3. Heads of state and heads of government should acknowledge that they are uniquely well placed to encourage a culture of peace, and should act to support this declaration to bring about the cessation of war.

4. States should promote a culture of peace including ensuring conditions in which-
 (a) citizens are able to participate in the political affairs of the state as equals regardless of religious or ethnic differences;
 (b) a free media is maintained which allows grievances to be aired and addressed;
 (c) education is imparted to promote respect and mutual understanding among different religious, belief and ethnic groups;
 (d) the right to development of peoples, including the achievement of the UN sustainable development goals, can be realized; and
 (e) the wellbeing of all human kind with the participation of women and men to ensure peaceful coexistence amongst nations, states, and peoples may be guaranteed.

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[Seoul in Korea] 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and on 525 Peace Walk by HWPL Man Hee Lee Chairman

HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee Peace! Quotes

HWPL Chairman, Man Hee Lee
Peace! Peace!! Quotes

Quotes from the Declatation of Peace and Cessation of War

 

Chairman Man Hee Lee

 

“There is no you or me in terms of Peace.

We should become messengers of peace, so that all of us should make the word “War” disappear form the fround and dictionary.

Now peace and love must be abundant in this world.

Let us all become a family of peace and become one. I truly thank you for your support.”

Chairman Man Hee Lee– Chairman Man Hee Lee, Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light(HWPL)

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL, Peace Strong Quotes

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL (Heavenly Culture World Peace, Restoration of Light) Said,

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WARP Summit of 1st Commemoration

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL(Heavenly Culture World Peace, Restoration of Light) Said,

man hee lee “First of all, we have to carefully examine what is behind the scenes of armed conflicts.
In order to stop wars, a rigid system is needed to bring forth a practical solution for peace. That solution is the international convention on the cessation of war and achievement of world peace.

The purpose of HWPL is to bring about the cessation of war and establish peace as an inheritance for future generations.

Certainly, world peace will be achieved if all reporters are accountable for accurate reporting standards and continually report on peace.”

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HWPL held WARP 1st commemoration for world peace.
⇑ ⇑ ⇑ This Video is about 17th press conference.

Live coverage of 2015 WARP 1st Commemoration Broadcasting time
HWPL, WARP summit of 17th press conference