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The Declaration of warfare against all poverty and lower quality workmanship and development of Human Societies and Peoples: (It was found that despite this mission to end poverty that some evil people do deserve to be poor and that some rich people deserve to become poorer as ingrates that squander with thier wealth, therefore poverty is often necessary to stop evil from becoming more powerful yet those who do not deserve to be poor must be taken out of poverty.)

The richest people in the world almost own everything in the world, even though they do not even make up 1% of the population they own almost every resource in the world. The majority of Humanity in the amount of 80 percent of the world population live in poverty. Many organizations such as governments and religions have been here on Earth for ever thousands of years yet Humanity still majorly live in poverty in fact it is the policy of government, religions, and corporations that have caused this poverty to occur to Humanity. Marc-G-P-L Creatic is declaring warfare against this poverty and poor workmanship that is against Humanity. When the Marc-G-P-L Creatic is established there shall be no charge for anything in society the Four Essentials of life will be given to everyone in society free of charge. The four essential of life are 1.Food and Energy, 2.Housing, 3.Medical Care, and 4.Eduction; but that is not the only thing that will be given for free standard supplies shall be given for free, anything that have to do with supporting livelyhood shall be given for free without any charge; furthermore that is not the only thing that shall be given for free, everything that is found in society shall be given and exchanged free of charge. There is also low quality workmanship found in the planet Earth such low quality workmanship can be found in the works of governments, religions, and corporations. Many countries have poor workmanship from all three care givers such as governments, religions, and corporations. Many people in the world or poor and live a low quality life because of poor workmanship by government, religion, and corporations. It does not make sense that Human Beings would be charged for essential services that maintain life. The fact that Humans are charged for such services proves that the system in charge of the world does not care for the well beings and safety of Humanity. Humanity is also not majorly under the management of Human Beings many times especially in the case of religions and even governments, Humanity is under the management of spiritual beings and sometimes these spiritual beings see Humanity as a food source, as a servant, and as a slave source this causes such spiritual beings to give low quality workmanship and services to Humanity; furthermore Racism and compatibility issues in between different races of Humanity have caused certain Human Races that have better technology and knowledge then other groups to selfishly hold on to such advantages for themselves while watching the rest of Humanity without such, knowledge, ability, and power found in the sciences and the arts live in poverty and in poor workmanship. Sabotage is often used against Human beings of certain races by invisible spiritual beings and visible racists and often religiously motivated Humans. When this occurs all useful workman of a certain race are hunted and killed or sabotaged by invisible spiritual beings or physical humans, this causes a void of quality workers from existing in such communities. Marc-G-P-L is seeking to upgrade Humanity as a whole into a Higher Quality of life that have no poverty at all in the community. Marc-G-P-L Creatic is seeking to upgrade third world countries to the same quality of life as first world countries. When the plans of Marc-G-P-L Creatic comes true the Planet Earth will be the Most Advanced Reality Continue-we-nation there shall be no poverty and low quality workmanship. Below are statistics of poverty levels around the world.

Almost half the world — over three billion people — live on less than $2.50 a day. At least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day.


More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where income differentials are widening.


The poorest 40 percent of the world’s population accounts for 5 percent of global income. The richest 20 percent accounts for three-quarters of world income.


According to UNICEF, 22,000 children die each day due to poverty. And they “die quietly in some of the poorest villages on earth, far removed from the scrutiny and the conscience of the world. Being meek and weak in life makes these dying multitudes even more invisible in death.”


Around 27-28 percent of all children in developing countries are estimated to be underweight or stunted. The two regions that account for the bulk of the deficit are South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. If current trends continue, the Millennium Development Goals target of halving the proportion of underweight children will be missed by 30 million children, largely because of slow progress in Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.


5 Based on enrollment data, about 72 million children of primary school age in the developing world were not in school in 2005; 57 per cent of them were girls. And these are regarded as optimistic numbers.


Nearly a billion people entered the 21st century unable to read a book or sign their names.


Less than one per cent of what the world spent every year on weapons was needed to put every child into school by the year 2000 and yet it didn’t happen.


Infectious diseases continue to blight the lives of the poor across the world. An estimated 40 million people are living with HIV/AIDS, with 3 million deaths in 2004. Every year there are 350–500 million cases of malaria, with 1 million fatalities: Africa accounts for 90 percent of malarial deaths and African children account for over 80 percent of malaria victims worldwide.


Water problems affect half of humanity: Some 1.1 billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to water, and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation. Almost two in three people lacking access to clean water survive on less than $2 a day, with one in three living on less than $1 a day. More than 660 million people without sanitation live on less than $2 a day, and more than 385 million on less than $1 a day. Access to piped water into the household averages about 85% for the wealthiest 20% of the population, compared with 25% for the poorest 20%. 1.8 billion people who have access to a water source within 1 kilometre, but not in their house or yard, consume around 20 litres per day. In the United Kingdom the average person uses more than 50 litres of water a day flushing toilets (where average daily water usage is about 150 liters a day. The highest average water use in the world is in the US, at 600 liters day.) Some 1.8 million child deaths each year as a result of diarrhoea The loss of 443 million school days each year from water-related illness. Close to half of all people in developing countries suffering at any given time from a health problem caused by water and sanitation deficits. Millions of women spending several hours a day collecting water. To these human costs can be added the massive economic waste associated with the water and sanitation deficit.… The costs associated with health spending, productivity losses and labour diversions … are greatest in some of the poorest countries. Sub-Saharan Africa loses about 5% of GDP, or some $28.4 billion annually, a figure that exceeds total aid flows and debt relief to the region in 2003.


Number of children in the world

2.2 billion

Number in poverty

1 billion (every second child)

Shelter, safe water and health

For the 1.9 billion children from the developing world, there are:

640 million without adequate shelter (1 in 3)

400 million with no access to safe water (1 in 5)

270 million with no access to health services (1 in 7)

Children out of education worldwide

121 million

Survival for children


10.6 million died in 2003 before they reached the age of 5 (same as children population in France, Germany, Greece and Italy)

1.4 million die each year from lack of access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation

Health of children

Worldwide, 2.2 million children die each year because they are not immunized

15 million children orphaned due to HIV/AIDS (similar to the total children population in Germany or United Kingdom)


Rural areas account for three in every four people living on less than US$1 a day and a similar share of the world population suffering from malnutrition. However, urbanization is not synonymous with human progress. Urban slum growth is outpacing urban growth by a wide margin.


Approximately half the world’s population now live in cities and towns. In 2005, one out of three urban dwellers (approximately 1 billion people) was living in slum conditions.


13 In developing countries some 2.5 billion people are forced to rely on biomass—fuelwood, charcoal and animal dung—to meet their energy needs for cooking. In sub-Saharan Africa, over 80 percent of the population depends on traditional biomass for cooking, as do over half of the populations of India and China.


Indoor air pollution resulting from the use of solid fuels [by poorer segments of society] is a major killer. It claims the lives of 1.5 million people each year, more than half of them below the age of five: that is 4000 deaths a day. To put this number in context, it exceeds total deaths from malaria and rivals the number of deaths from tuberculosis.


In 2005, the wealthiest 20% of the world accounted for 76.6% of total private consumption. The poorest fifth just 1.5%:

The poorest 10% accounted for just 0.5% and the wealthiest 10% accounted for 59% of all the consumption:


16 1.6 billion people — a quarter of humanity — live without electricity:

Breaking that down further: Number of people living without electricity


Millions without electricity

South Asia


Sub-Saharan Africa


East Asia




The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the 41 Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (567 million people) is less than the wealth of the world’s 7 richest people combined.


World gross domestic product (world population approximately 6.5 billion) in 2006 was $48.2 trillion in 2006. The world’s wealthiest countries (approximately 1 billion people) accounted for $36.6 trillion dollars (76%). The world’s billionaires — just 497 people (approximately 0.000008% of the world’s population) — were worth $3.5 trillion (over 7% of world GDP).

Low income countries (2.4 billion people) accounted for just $1.6 trillion of GDP (3.3%) Middle income countries (3 billion people) made up the rest of GDP at just over $10 trillion (20.7%).


The world’s low income countries (2.4 billion people) account for just 2.4% of world exports


The total wealth of the top 8.3 million people around the world “rose 8.2 percent to $30.8 trillion in 2004, giving them control of nearly a quarter of the world’s financial assets.” In other words, about 0.13% of the world’s population controlled 25% of the world’s financial assets in 2004. A conservative estimate for 2010 finds that at least a third of all private financial wealth, and nearly half of all offshore wealth, is now owned by world’s richest 91,000 people – just 0.001% of the world’s population.

The next 51 percent of all wealth is owned by the next 8.4 million — just 0.14% of the world’s population. Almost all of it has managed to avoid all income and estate taxes, either by the countries where it has been invested and or where it comes from


For every $1 in aid a developing country receives, over $25 is spent on debt repayment.


51 percent of the world’s 100 hundred wealthiest bodies are corporations.


The wealthiest nation on Earth has the widest gap between rich and poor of any industrialized nation.


The poorer the country, the more likely it is that debt repayments are being extracted directly from people who neither contracted the loans nor received any of the money.


In 1960, the 20% of the world’s people in the richest countries had 30 times the income of the poorest 20% — in 1997, 74 times as much.


An analysis of long-term trends shows the distance between the richest and poorest countries was about:

3 to 1 in 1820

11 to 1 in 1913

35 to 1 in 1950

44 to 1 in 1973

72 to 1 in 1992


“Approximately 790 million people in the developing world are still chronically undernourished, almost two-thirds of whom reside in Asia and the Pacific.”


28 For economic growth and almost all of the other indicators, the last 20 years [of the current form of globalization, from 1980 - 2000] have shown a very clear decline in progress as compared with the previous two decades [1960 - 1980]. For each indicator, countries were divided into five roughly equal groups, according to what level the countries had achieved by the start of the period (1960 or 1980). Among the findings: Growth: The fall in economic growth rates was most pronounced and across the board for all groups or countries. Life Expectancy: Progress in life expectancy was also reduced for 4 out of the 5 groups of countries, with the exception of the highest group (life expectancy 69-76 years). Infant and Child Mortality: Progress in reducing infant mortality was also considerably slower during the period of globalization (1980-1998) than over the previous two decades. Education and literacy: Progress in education also slowed during the period of globalization.


29 A mere 12 percent of the world’s population uses 85 percent of its water, and these 12 percent do not live in the Third World.


Consider the global priorities in spending in 1998

Global Priority

$U.S. Billions

Cosmetics in the United States


Ice cream in Europe


Perfumes in Europe and the United States


Pet foods in Europe and the United States


Business entertainment in Japan


Cigarettes in Europe


Alcoholic drinks in Europe


Narcotics drugs in the world


Military spending in the world


And compare that to what was estimated as additional costs to achieve universal access to basic social services in all developing countries:

Global Priority

$U.S. Billions

Basic education for all


Water and sanitation for all


Reproductive health for all women


Basic health and nutrition


4-1.These statistics prove that poverty around the world is a system failure. The Human Race is currently under a system failure in which low quality of life is the norm among the majority of Humanity. The poverty level among Humanity proves that most of Humanity live in an anti-pleasic manner, and that hell is never too far from consuming such poor people from fatalities that would normally not occur to them if they were wealthy like the the few that are wealthy among Humanity; furthermore no amount of wealth seems to take away the burden of mortality, fatality, sickness, and catastrophes from Humanity. Humanity requires the appropriate Knowledge, Ability, and Power to solve difficulties that are caused by insufficient knowledge, ability, and power. Furthermore even if Humanity had sufficient knowledge, ability, and power to remove all poverty, and illnesses, compatibility issues arising from racial differences, religious differences, and governmental differences, economic competition, and resource distribution would still cause animosity and warfare to occur between Human Beings; therefore Humanity must find a way to resolve compatibility issues even by separation into different planetary system were only groups that are compatible with each other live. Marc-G-P-L Creatic shall research these compatibility issues and find solutions to resolve such compatibility issues.

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