Create a green country for Refugees in the Sinai Desert
Organized by: Alan Greenspan
There are too many refugees in the middle east and Africa(and of course elsewhere in the world) that are starving, in mortal danger, and have nowhere to go and nothing good to do for society. People want to help them, but countries don't want to take them in. They can't get jobs, and food is scarce for them. They deserve a chance to see the good in the world, and to learn about the amazing universe we are living in, and to raise a family free of persecution.
Our goals are to make a completely sustainable country in the Sinai desert, since most of it is unused anyways.
The Sinai desert is a perfect location to build solar and algae farms. Using drip irrigation, wheat can be grown, and with aquaponics, most vegetables and fish can be grown and harvested as well. There is also a huge garbage city in Egypt, where the trash can be converted and reused, either for making compost, or the plastics could be reformed.
With the right help from everyone, even $1 per person, we can acquire the funds to not only politically motivate people, but to invest in the future of the millions of people who's lives are in danger and who have no hope.
Together we can make a difference, and a place where any refugee from all over the universe can come to live peacefully, can learn any profession they want, can be who they want to be, and can live as long as humanly possible like any other human can.
The rules of this new country:
1) Believe in an intelligent creator who designed the blueprints for all we know and all that we don't know.
2) Do not harm any living being. Only plants and animals may be slaughtered to feed a human. Emotional and psychological harm is included in this rule.
3) You must help others in need.
4) Education in STEAMS (Science, technology, engineering, art, math, and sustainability) is free
5) No religion or religious idols in public spaces. (In windows is allowed but not on roofs) No proselytizing anywhere.
6) Smile and be thankful for all that you have.
7) Enjoy a day of rest, that is to be spent with family or inviting someone who is poor/homeless/familiness to rest.
8) 10% of your life is to be given to helping those less fortunate than you, whether it be financially, physically, psychologically, emotionally, etc..
9) Do not waste.
10) Treat others how you would want to be treated, as long as it does not object with any of the above rules.