Thursday, May 11, 2006

Bill Clinton

You had mentioned on your website under predictions that in the near future the world will create a "Board of Nations." Will President Bill Clinton have anything to do with it? Will he lead it? Will President Carter have any say in it?

Answer
A Board of Nations will be formed to promote peace and create harmonious relations between the nations of the world. Bill Clinton will not lead it but most definitely will be involved. Jimmy Carter may be ailing or no longer be alive when it is actually created because as the group is developed, Jimmy Carter is honored for his lifetime achievements. Leaders of many nations play a role in it's formation and development of individual committee's within the structure of it's organization. The US is involved, but not in charge by any means. African, Middle Eastern, South American, European, Indonesian, and Far eastern nations are very well represented also.

2 Comments:

Blogger Gwenyth said...

Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter are my favorite presidents because the have a global perspective on peacemaking. I have the utmost respect for them. Our country wasn't ready for a leader of Jimmy Carter's caliber. I am glad he is/was able to make such great strides outside of his presidency. It's unfortunate he won't be around for the "Board of Nations." I can see Bill Clinton having a positive hand because he was so liked by many around the world. He is very uplifting.Will Bono have anything to do with the "Board of Nations?"

5:04 PM  
Blogger Dianne said...

I am a big fan of President Carter's too. If I could met him, I would. He was too nice and humble a person to be President.

11:49 PM  

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