replace alcohol with vegetable garden advertising: reduce violent crime in townships and farms. click picture for structural change programmes


SEESworld seeks to negotiate a peaceful resolution with angry youth in townships and suburbs throughout the world, through structural change programmes, to address root causes of inequality.

1. Alcohol Advertising replaced with Vegetable Garden Advertising 

  • Fill the minds of residents with images of growth, of how their forefathers cultivated and respected the land

  • Food transparency re. ingredients such as sugar content, preservatives and what health risks they pose.

  • Cease and desist from manipulative advertising and diluting the meaning of words.

Township /  Impoverished Communities Nutritional Advice - soft drinks, gluten, pesticides,

chemicals & personal hygiene, organic and free range.




2. Community Vegetable Gardens & Water 

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Erect vegetable and indigenous gardens that will serve as the focal point of communities.

  • Elderly, unemployed and youth to work in gardens

  • Each shack / home to pay a small monthly fee and receive fresh vegetable at a fraction of supermarket prices.

  • The following fruits and vegetables bought from supermarkets are the most contaminated by pesticides, even after being washed, plant them yourself or buy organic: Celery, Peaches, Strawberries, Apples, Domestic blueberries, Nectarines, Sweet bell peppers, Spinach, Kale and Collard Greens. Cherries, Potatoes, Imported grapes, Lettuce

  • No Chemical Pesticides.

  • Fighting Bernays Syndrome can stop Global Warming which will then secure our water supply.



3. Township Solar Power

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In informal settlements, power is currently sourced through a process called “snaking” with the entire shack is used as an earth. This is not a reliable source of power and presents a health risk, especially to children. It also causes a fire risk, which is exacerbated by the fact that shacks are so close to each other. 

We plan to install a 100 watt panel system as a start, enough to power an outside sensor light as well as a phone charger. The system can then later be expanded to run a fridge.

 No outdoor lighting contributes greatly to crime.



4. only Small Business Growth creates jobs & GDP growth

Foster small business development inside townships and suburbs

No new supermarkets - they destroy 100's of small business opportunities.




5.  Crime Patrol - townships and suburbs - where police cannot go

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Streets & Alleyways in picture above, where criminals wreak havoc at night

Salaries and resources for community volunteers who patrol at night, where police cannot go, to deter crime.

11 patrollers were killed in one night, towards the later part of 2017, in Marikana Settlement.



6. Create a Collection Centre in your Suburb

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Collect garden implements and seedlings for less fortunate areas in your city

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Collect educational toys - 90% of learning happens between 2 and 7 yrs - get them ready for university now.

Collect books and clothing

Creating awareness builds bridges




7. SEES World ACADEMIC STUDY - The “Psychosis of Capitalism”.

Quantitative research showing how Big Business Advertising and Marketing strategies, especially via Social Media, greatly contributes to Human Suffering.

Scope of Research:

A) 1. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in the rate of children diagnosed with ADHD.

2. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in Bipolar and Depression rates, including the earlier onset of these disorders.*

3. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in Diabetes and Obesity rates, including the earlier onset of these disorders.

4. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in Cancer rates.

5. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in Violence. Causal link between Advertising and the rise in childhood distress, such as nightmares, confusion, bullying, cyber bullying

B) Identify the trends prevalent among members of Generation Z (aged 4 – 21): Are they more engaged with social media, more digitally oriented, more glued to their phones?

What are the effects of growing up in such a digital age?

C) Do marketing and advertising dictate the norms of society, which in turn dictate a certain level of inauthenticity?**