Peace and Prosperity conference this Sept.


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Join Gerald Celente, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and other invited speakers, Trends Research Institute analysts and Trends Journal subscribers from all over the world at a special three-day conference dedicated to peace — culminating in the unveiling of the institute’s Occupy Peace initiative.

The Peace and Prosperity conference, Sept. 17-19, will explore the dynamics and root causes of America’s — and much of the world’s — state of endless war. Presentations, group discussions and Q&A sessions will demonstrate how prosperity, quality of life, creativity and economic opportunity are linked to and shaped by war.

As the conference draws to a close on Saturday, Sept. 19, participants are invited to participate in the Occupy Peace rally the next day.

At noon on Sept. 20, the institute will launch Occupy Peace, a movement designed to reinstate the core values that gave birth to this nation and provide the tools for advancing peace and restoring prosperity.

The conference, as well as Occupy Peace, take place at the oldest intersection in the US. At the corners of Crown and John streets in Kingston, NY, stand four pre-Revolutionary War stone structures. Just a half-block away is the Kingston Courthouse, constructed in 1789. The courthouse, and buildings on the site dating to 1683, were the scene of critical episodes in the founding of the nation and the writing of the US Constitution.

The conference series has become a mainstay of institute operations. The events attract participants from across the United States, as well as Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Celente, institute analysts and invited experts offer one-of-a-kind insights into the dominant trends shaping our world. Participants leave with a deeper understanding of the global trends that very directly affect their lives.

For more information or to register, go to THIS LINK. Or call 845-331-3500, ext. 103.

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