The World Foundation for Peace and Security Presents Testimony about Violence and the Implications for Humanity

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Dr. P. Kikareas, the president and CEO of the World Foundation for Peace and Security, a branch of Hellenic Aspis & Associates Inc., has published testimony for world leaders, which highlights the effects of violence on the human race.

By practicing peace and non-violence, we can save humanity from the huge catastrophic disaster, which is approaching.

Dr. P. Kikareas, the president and CEO of the World Foundation for Peace and Security (http://www.hellasp.com), is pleased to present testimony to the UN and world leaders regarding violence and the catastrophic results on humanity.

Dr. Kikareas, a well-known peacekeeper, recently published the testimony of a "Humble Worker for Peace" (attached). The testimony highlights the fundamental issues regarding violence and the effects on the human race. It also calls for the world population to make changes for the benefit of humanity.

"At this stage of world de-stabilization we request your help and assistance to start communicating and stop killing," Dr. Kikareas said. "By practicing peace and non-violence, we can save humanity from the huge catastrophic disaster, which is approaching."

About The World Foundation for Peace & Security

The World Foundation for Peace & Security is a branch of Hellenic Aspis & Associates Inc. The scope and mission of Hellenic Aspis & Associates Inc. was set forth by President Admiral Panagiotis Kikareas H.N. (ret.) PhD. His strong will to serve world security and peace led him to create the World Foundation for Peace and Security; a non-profit organization that aims to assist countries in finding the best ways to build a safe, creative and prosperous environment for the entire mankind to live in.

For more information please contact:

Dr. P. Kikareas

World Communicator

Hellenic Aspis & Associates Inc.

World Foundation for Peace & Security

President & CEO

http://www.hellasp.com
Phone: +1-407-970-9423

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