If I could pass on one lesson to a future immigrant it would be that they should not underestimate the mental toll that relocation could take on them. The immigrant should be praised for giving themselves to a new country and physically moving towards their dreams of a better world. In addition to praise they also need our support in integrating into the collective we call society. By helping our newly arrived neighbour we would better understand our own universal needs and how to satisfy them with the common resources which we would have accumulated together.
The merger which I have proposed is one which would bring mental well-being to the forefront of work and relocation. It would also ensure that the now cash strapped London Paranoia Network would have the means to survive into the foreseeable future. The social, financial and cultural benefits which we would gain together would be greater than the sum of our individual efforts.
There are many moving parts to this merger as The Network is still a loose federation of individuals and groups. The decision makers at Mind in Camden who sit at the centre of the operation would have to see their way towards divesting themselves of the responsibility for day to day operation in return for shares of a set value which would yield a yearly return to them.
I say to them that with Caribbean East Atlantic Company’s money and means, together we can change our world.
My name is Peter Campbell and I am expanding the vision of this company from Newham London, United Kingdom.