Stephen Collins Supports John Hagelin's Peace Proposal On National TV
Stephen Collins, star of the WB network's "7th Heaven," spoke out strongly on national television last Monday to support Dr. John Hagelin's Proposal to Prevent Terrorism. Collins was a featured guest on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" and spent much of his air time discussing Dr. Hagelin's proposal to establish a group of 40,000 experts in "technologies of consciousness" to neutralize the acute ethnic and religious tensions that fuel violence and social conflict. Collins was so inspiring that Rosie O'Donnell encouraged him to announce the website address for the Proposal (www.permanentpeace.org) so that viewers could find out more.
The show had a measurable impact on viewers nationwide. After the show ended, the number of visitors to www.permanentpeace.org that day leaped from 200 to over 2,300.
Dr. Hagelin has been in Washington, D.C., for the past two months, meeting with top-level government leaders in the White House, Congress, the National Security Council, the State and Defense Departments, and the Pentagon to present a peaceful, scientifically validated approach to preventing terrorism. The response has been very positive, with growing bipartisan support for implementation of the plan. For more information, please visit www.hagelin.org.
We send our thanks to Stephen Collins for his support on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," and we look forward to his continuing success.