The National Review’s Robert Kagan wrote an article in April 2015 entitled, “How I’m Going to Raise Money to Fund My Project,” which outlines the details of his plan for an ambitious “humanitarian” project, called “The Great Leap Forward.”
The article is titled, “My new project: The Great Leap forward.”
Kagan writes: “The great leap forward is a plan to bring the human race out of poverty in the next decade.
I will use my money, with some of it to pay for the education of people in the developing world.”
In this way, Kagan says, “I hope to build a new society.
And that society will be one in which every man, woman and child in the world will have the right to pursue his dreams.”
The article goes on to explain, “I have always believed that the greatest contribution to humanity is the development of an education system, a health care system, and a civil society system that enables people to be fully involved in the development process.
If we are to move forward together, we must have an education that is free, that is accessible, that supports every person in the country.”
I want to build the world of tomorrowThe article begins, “”There are few people who have more courage than me to tackle the problems of the 21st century, to create a better tomorrow for everyone.
I am the perfect person to take on this challenge.””
The article ends with, “When I am done with this, I will spend my life doing what I love.
I want to be remembered as a great humanitarian.”
In a recent interview, Kacy, a mother of two young children, told the author, Kacy, the author of The Great Reset, that she would never be able to raise her children’s hopes or expectations in a way that would help them achieve the same goals as she did.
“There are no words,” she said.
“My dream is not to raise the hopes and dreams of any child in this world, but to teach the people of the world that the dreams that we all have can be achieved.”
“If you have the talent, you can accomplish anything,” she added.
Kaden’s “Great Leap Forward” project would be a “social revolution” that would make life easier for the people in developing countries.
The goal of the project would consist of:1.
Creating a “Humanitarian Fund,” with money from Kacy’s own money to pay to educate, care for and educate the children of the people who would benefit from a “Great Awakening” that was not in existence at the time.2.
“Fundraising” of the money, to be used by the funders, to support the efforts of the fund to raise awareness about the Great Awakening.3.
Giving away the money to those in need.4.
Giving away the funds, with the funds being used for the development and improvement of educational institutions, health care systems, civil society and more.
I am the great philanthropist and I have been in the business for over a decade and am ready to step out into the world and help other people with my ideas.
And this is not going to be a free-for-all.
This is not a “free-for, all-in” situation, as many of Kagan’s ideas are, and I don’t think that he is a philanthropist who would just go and grab a $2,000 donation and give it away.
If you want to see what the great humanitarian would look like, you might want to watch the video below.
Read the article: “A Great Leapforward”