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1-158 Nakakanasugi, Matsudo City,
Chiba Prefecture, Japan, Post Number 270
Home Page: World Government Institute
e-mail : toshio-suzuki!jsn.justnet.or.jp
23 June 1997
Indian Inst. for Non-Aligned Studies
A-2/59, Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi - 110029
I am afraid of surprising you by writing a letter suddenly. But I am carrying
on the work of establishing the World Government. I have opened a home
page on the Inter Net and put my paper. Here I enclose the paper. I would
like you to read it. Basic thought is to make international parties for
the World Government. International party in each country has common policies
on the World Government. Basic policy is to conduct an election to elect
the representatives for the World Government, and the number of representatives
is in proportion to population. It fights the election insisting its policy
for the World Government. After it got the power, it conducts the election.
As written in the paper, we will need international party for the world
government. The movement of international party will not occur immediately,
but I would like you to understand the thought and remember it. And I hope
collaboration in the future work.
And in my site, there isan article Toshio Suzuki ''World Government Movement
in Japan.'' I enclose it also. I would like you to write all article under
the title ''World Government Movement in India.'' I will publish it on
my home page.
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR NON-ALIGNED STUDIES
A-2/59, Safdarjung Enclave,
New Delhi - 110 029
20, 7, 97
Mr Toshio Suzuki
WORLD GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE
1-158 Nakakanasugi, Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture,
JAPAN POST NUMBER 270
Dear Mr Toshio Suzuki,
It has given me immense pleasure to read your letter of June 23, 1997 and
in particular your idea of working for the World Government is really commendable.
The international Institute for Non-aligned Studies which is making its
humble contribution for the resolution of the problems of the third world
countries would extend all support for the cause you have created the WORLD
GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE and would like to convey best wishes for the realisation
of the goal for which you have started this global movement.
In fact much of the problems of the world exist because of the borders
which have no relevance for a common person who is interested only in the
daily needs of life. Much of the rivalries which exist in this world and
because of which billions and billions of dollars are spent on armaments
is a wasteful expenditure which can be utilized for the welfare of mankind.
The world would definitely a better place without borders.
How better this idea can work and enjoy support from all parts of the world
would depend upon how much this idea spreads in all parts of the word.
You have rendered a commendable service by creating a web site on the Inter
Net and with this the idea will spread and interactions from all parts
of the world would help you in crystallising the idea and giving it a practical
As desired we shall make our humble contribution by writing a paper on
''WORLD GOVERNMENT MOVEMENT IN INDIA". It may take some time as this
would require interacting with different people and understanding their
perception. Your paper will be the basis for such interaction
I once again compliment you for the great idea and the noble cause. Assuring
you of our highest consideration always.
(Dr. Govind Narain Srivastava)
Director General, IINS.
World Constitution and Parliament Association
WORLD GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE
Institute to Establish the World Government
1-158 Nakakanasugi, Matsudo City,
Chiba Prefecture, Japan, zip code 270-0007
30 January 1998
World Constitution and Parliament Association,
1480 Hoyt Street, Suite 31, Lakewood,
CO 80215 USA
I am afraid of surprising you by sending a mail suddenly. My name is Toshio
Suzuki. I am living in Japan. I knew your organization from the Internet,
from both "The Grassroots World Government WWW Site, http://www.worldgov.org/index.htm
" and "World Constitution and Parliament Association, http://www.cruzio.com/~tim/wcpa/
I would like to inform you that I have a home page for the establishment
of World Government which is shown above. This is a private institute dedicated
to the establishment of World Government.
Basic thought of this institute is written in the paper Toshio Suzuki,
"International Party for the World Government," which is in my
home page. Your constitution "A Constitution for the Federation of
Earth" is cited in this paper. The basic thought is to establish the
international party with headquarters party in one country and a branch
party in each country. The basic policy of party is to conduct the election
to elect the representatives to the World Parliament. And the number of
representatives from each country is in proportion to population. This
international party fights the election insisting its basic policy in each
country and, after getting the power, conducts the election.
I am sending this letter to world government related organizations in the
world. I have already received some replies. They are shown in Toshio Suzuki
"World Government Movement in Japan," which is also in my home
page. Progress of work of this institute is written in this page. I envelope
above two papers.
The movement of establishing the World Government will not occur immediately.
This plan is on the stage to get understood by people. I would like you
to understand and remember this thought. I expect collaboration in the
If you have any opinion, please send it to this institute. It will be published
on my site.
Global Ratification and Elections Network
Cooperating with the World Constitution and Parliament Association for
ratification and implementation of the Constitution for the Federation
1480 Hoyt St., Suite 31/ Lakewood, CO 80215, U.S.A.
Phone (303) 233-3548 /FAX(303)237-7685 or 526-7933/email: wcpagren!aol.com
11 Feb. 1998
Mr. Toshio Suzuki
World Government Institute
1-158 Nakakanasugi, Matsudo City
Chiba Pref., Japan 270 0007
Dear Mr. Suzuki:
Thank you for your letter of 30 Jan. and information on your proposal on
ways to get world government by elections to the World Parliament.
You had, I am glad to see, obtained some information on the Constitution
for the Federation of Earth and our program of action from internet sources.
I am glad to see your substantial report on some details of the Constitution
for the Federation of Earth.
I believe, however, that you are missing some of our information.
To enlarge our campaign beyond the World Constitution & Parliament
Association, we have more recently organized the Global Ratification &
Elections Network, which is constantly expanding to include more organizations.
By now, more than 1,000 organizations in 115 countries have joined the
campaign for ratification of the Constitution for Federation of Earth,
and election of delegates to the World Parliament, beginning with the Provisional
World Parliament. We are now organizing the 5th Session of the Provisional
World Parliament for March, 1999, under Article 19 of the CFE. Delegates
will come primarily from the participating organizations in GREN.
I take note of your unique proposal to conduct elections to the first sessions
of the World Parliament by two political parties. While we agree that the
election of delegates to the World Parliament needs to be a focus of action,
I suppose that more than 2 political parties would want to participate
when such elections come into reality. There is a book which lists information
about most of the political parties in most countries. Perhaps the election
to the world parliament can be made a lively political issue for many of
these existing political parties to take up soon.
In view of your interest to work actively to achieve federal world government,
outside of the U.N. dead end, I would like to invite you to join the Global
Ratification and Elections Network, as a way for you to join forces with
others working for the same objective.
Unfortunately our active contacts in Japan are presently scarce. Perhaps
you can help remedy this deficiency of participation from Japan?
U.S.A., Secretary General, World Constitution and Parliament Association