The world needs a much stronger and stable leadership
Those select few people in ouradministration would be best for accomplishing that kind of leadership.
President: Gandhi Gandhi became the leader of the Indian National Congress. He spent 20 years defending the rights of immigrants in South Africa. He participated in the postwar negotiations with Britain that led to Indian independence. He also undertook major campaigns of nonviolent resistance.
Vice-President: Nelson Mandela Mandela was South Africa’s leader He spent 27 years in prison for fighting for what he believes in: “During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to the struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But, if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.” – Nelson Mandela
Minister of State: Andrei Sakharov He was known as the “Conscience” of Cold War He inspired the movement that toppled the Soviet Communism once and for all. Known as “peace maker” “From childhood, I lived in an atmosphere of decency, mutual help and tact, respect for work, and for the mastery of one’s profession” - Sakharov
Minister of Human Welfare: Mother Theresa At the age of 18 Mother Theresa joined he Sisters of Loreto. She devoted herself to working among the poorest of the poor She opened her own school for slum children and started her own order “The Missionaries of Charity” which helped the poor people.
Minister of Defense: Julius Caesar He was on the staff of a military league He was awarded the civic crown for saving the life of a citizen in battle He was elected military tribune He joined Pompey and Crassus in “The 1st Triumvirate” He left Rome and conquered Gaul, much of what is now central Europe - in the “Gallic wars” he set up an efficientprovincial administration to govern theterritories of Gaul.
Minister of Education: Isaac Newton Mathematician and physicist Newton was not the first to believe in the gravitational pull but he was the first to explain how it is true with his three laws of motion. He was elected:- Fellow of Trinity College in 1667-Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in 1669-Member of Parliament for the University in 1689 Known as: The Genius who explained Gravity
Minister of Love: Emma She believes she can pair soul mates She doesn’t think she will ever find love She doesn’t want love and doesn’t care she doesn’t have it in her life She paired up Ms. Taylor and Mr. Weston She always does good to others She never thinks of herself, only others
Minister of Crime: Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes is very vigilant/observant He uses good deduction skills He always solved a case and was very intrigued by the strange, peculiar, and out of place (people, things, cases, etc.)..... Known as one of the best detectives in Europe This is how Conan Doyle described him much later in his career: A "thin wiry, dark" man, "with a high nosed acute face, penetrating gray eyes, angular shoulders." Dr. Bell "would sit in his receiving room with a face like a Red Indian, and diagnose the people as they came in, before they even opened their mouths. He would tell them details of their past life; and hardly would he ever make a mistake."
Minister of Courage: Elinor Dashwood She never received any fortune when her father died, her brother received it all to take care of her but she got very little. She supports her sister, Marianne, in all her choices with the men she falls in love with but is always there to watch over her. She watches over her mother as well She does all of this even after she had to move farther away from the man she comes to fall in love with
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