Instead of providing “hand-outs”, GILLIER HUMANITY focuses on comprehensive, long term business opportunities to the selected developing area after the basic health and nutritional needs of the people are met. This builds self-esteem and local pride which will contribute to growth and prosperity, rather than just perpetuating a welfare state.

GILLIER HUMANITY plans to build hospitals and clinics to treat illnesses as well as preventative medicine, and also will build schools for pre-school up to 10th grade. Food, clothing and medicine will be provided for all who are in need from distribution centers, which will also create employment opportunities. Housing will be provided by easy-to-build kits, providing both construction jobs and the shelter itself. Warehouses are a key element of GILLIER HUMANITY, since they will provide jobs and services for the new infrastructure (see EMPLOYMENT below).

Sports play an important role in building a sense of community as well as general fitness and mental well-being. Recreation buildings, sports domes, gymnasiums and playgrounds will provide access to various sports such as football, rugby, tennis, volleyball, basketball, and martial arts among others.


Each fully-staffed location is expected to employ over 3,000 staff, making GILLIER HUMANITY one of the largest employers in each area. GILLIER HUMANITY will work with the local government to bring hotels, casinos, restaurants and other tourist destinations in to the area. GILLIER HUMANITY warehouses will provide these new facilities (as well as the hospitals, clinics, schools and athletic facilities) with various expendable supplies such as bottled water, shampoo, soap, linens and towels. These will be provided by a warehouse / distribution center and delivered daily to each facility, thus creating manufacturing, warehousing and transportation employment. In addition, the warehouses will also supply the hotels, hospitals, schools and athletic facilities with durable goods such as tables, chairs, beds, televisions, pool furniture, sporting goods, restaurant equipment, and much more.


Each project is estimated to require approximately € 420 million Euros per location for preliminary needs.Due to geographical constraints, each country will require one, two or three initial locations (including Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Tahiti, Fiji, China, Mexico, Brazil, Thailand and the Philippines), for a total initial projected start-up cost of € 6.72 billion Euros for the 16 initial locations. Estimated start-up costs per location are as follows:

  • € 14,000,000 Land
  • € 92,000,000 Hospital building (500 rooms)
  • € 25,000,000 Hospital equipment
  • € 11,000,000 Home building kits (200 kits @ € 55,000)
  • € 25,000,000 Schools (2)
  • € 18,000,000 Food manufacturing plant/canteen/caterer
  • € 140,000,000 Warehouses
  • € 22,000,000 Medical center/clinic
  • € 8,000,000 Sports center/dome
  • € 65,000,000 Miscellaneous (wages and cash for stock)
  • € 420,000,000 Total estimated start up costs per location


Profits will go back to GILLIER HUMANITY to fund additional opportunities in each area, as well as to provide investment capital to finance expansion into other locations in the eight core regions. Expansion into other countries in the future is also planned.


With capital provided by various projects, GILLIER HUMANITY is well-positioned to make a significant difference selected communities located in developing countries around the world.




A comprehensive campus consisting of advanced medical facilities as well as a complete support structure will provide much-needed job opportunities along with expert medical care. Planned medical facilities include: cancer, diabetes and stem cell research centers, clinics, dental and vision centers, doctors offices / medical office buildings, research facilities, a medical museum, pharmacies, out-patient centers, physical rehabilitation and recovery centers, multi-phase retirement / care centers (independent living, assisted living, combined care, continuing care, comprehensive care), therapeutic massage and wellness centers, cosmetic surgery, hospice centers, and centers for families of children suffering from serious illnesses. There will also be a Paraplegic Center that includes a research facility as well as a resort designed for families withphysically handicapped members.

Support facilities will include secured and humanitarian warehouses, distribution centers, retail banking centers, a business center, international corporate offices, an international warehouse bank, agold refinery and gold souk, mall / shopping / grocery complex, gym / work-out facilities, many parks, playgrounds and a multi-screen cinema. Additional planned entertainment includes a children’s amusement center, ice skating rink, bowling alley, ski center, museums, art gallery, many restaurants / cafes / bars, including a Chinatown area, an auto repair and service center, and a post office. Subsequent phases will include a Future Rescue Plan, consisting of a comprehensive employment package that will provide hundreds of thousands of jobs around the world, the headquarters of which will be located in one of the new office towers on the site.



Upon completion, the entire project (consisting of the Medical Centre and the Support Complex) is expected to employ approximately 10,000 people in the Las Vegas area. Required skill levels will encompass all types of medical professionals from surgeons to part-time nurses, as well as thousands of employees such as construction workers, bankers, call-center agents, sales professionals, clerical workers, unskilled laborers, food service and maintenance personnel, among many others.


The project is expected to cost approximately $13.5 billion, which will be required in stages. Permanent jobs will be created quickly, since once the warehouses are completed, they will be used to provide supplies for the construction of future phases of all buildings in the Medical Centre / Support Center as well as all Aquaterra buildings. For example, the warehouses will supply sheets, towels, bottled water, shampoo, soap and various disposable sundry items to each hotel room, condo, hospital room, and doctor’s office in the entire complex. Green construction, renewable energy, water recycling and purification, and window wall modular construction are among the various construction techniques that will be used. Construction materials and architecture will blend harmoniously with the adjoining Aquaterra project to create a comprehensive and cohesive campus community.


Aquaterra and the Gillier Humanity International Health and Medical Centre and Support Complex will become a prototype for a complete Entertainment and LifeStyle Community, with an emphasis on wellness that celebrates the entire human being, through physical, emotional and spiritual balance.

This joint humanitarian / commercial project prototype can be duplicated with regional modifications throughout the world. A minimum of 50% of the profits will go to Gillier Humanity to maintain existing projects as well as expand into new geographical locations using the established standard.



This comprehensive job-creating initiative will be headquartered in one of the new office buildings and house the following: Gillier Air, Gillier Hotels & Resorts, Gillier Travel, Gillier Banks and Gillier Call Centers. Hundreds of thousands of jobs around the world will be saved and created as Gillier Group acquires companies in these industries that will be re-branded and turned around into profit-making endeavors under the Gillier Group name. Total cost is anticipated to be approximately $385 billion.

Gillier Group plans to purchase, restructure and re-brand:

  • Two or three airlines, including rescuing a bankrupt airline, which will be merged with a top airline (approximately $120 billion)
  • A Top 10 hotel / resort operator plus other small chains with locations that need to be renovated and expanded (approximately $55 billion)
  • A Top 50 bank plus smaller banks, to repackage and expand (approximately $200 billion). Each bank will have a small Gillier Travel kiosk to promote “one-stop shopping” for all travel needs.
  • Two top travel agencies / tour operators and many smaller agencies (approximately $7 billion)
  • Call Centers in three countries (approximately $3 billion to purchase existing buildings and set up the infrastructure with trained staff). The call centers will operate 24 hours per day, and utilize agents from many countries who represent many languages. Selected agents can work from home and disabled / handicapped workers will be welcomed.

Gillier Travel and Gillier Call Centers will be the heart of the operation, providing thousands of jobs and being responsible to ensure the hotels / airlines / tours are full, which will create a secure environment and constant employment, growth and stability. This unique package of services will provide the economic stimulus to help change the global economy and provide employment in over 30 countries.



Located on an uninhabited 400 acre parcel with extensive shoreline, the Grand Duché of Monte Cristeau will be modeled after the principality of Monaco. Monte Cristeau is the same physical size as Monaco and will have a similar economy, government and infrastructure. Gillier Group and Gillier Humanity have the opportunity to develop this new sovereign country from the ground up. The new country will have full United Nations’ approval and accreditation.

Gillier Humanity plans to re-create an updated Monaco, emulating the best practices of governments around the world to develop a world-class business and travel destination. All licenses and approvals are automatic since Gillier Group / Gillier Humanity will purchase the country and develop the laws.

Since this will be a new country, built on “greenfield”, every phase must be developed from “scratch”, with the exception of an international airport. The existing airport in the neighboring country will be used, with helicopter shuttles and boat access to Monte Cristeau.

Gillier Humanity will develop the following: Set up the desired form of Government (constitutional monarchy), with Heads of State and Ambassadors, create a constitution, flag, banking system with gold-backed currency, have international embassies and consulate offices worldwide, and offer diplomatic missions and diplomatic immunity.

Monte Cristeau will strive to attract the following industries: Banking, Finance, Insurance, Tourism, Hospitality, Gaming, Medical, Education, Computing, Internet, E-Commerce, and Marine.

Plans include: Government Buildings and Infrastructure (government administrative offices, palace, police station and army facilities, post office. embassies, roads, sewers, telecommunication services); Commercial Enterprises (banks / warehouse banks, casinos, hotels, resorts, hospital, clinics, medical centers, schools, office buildings, business centers / call centers, gold refinery, commercial wharf / docks, Free Trade Zone, electric and water generating facilities, warehouses, helipad, churches); Entertainment venues (shopping centers, restaurants and cafes, marina / yacht harbor, health spas, sports complex, golf course, amusement park, beach club, water park, playgrounds and general parks, aquarium, cinemas, museum center); and Housing (high-rise apartment buildings, condominiums, retirement complexes, single family homes and estates – all at various price-points).


The population of the entire country is expected to be approximately 30,000 people (similar to Monaco). Required skill levels will encompass every type of professional from surgeons to bankers to attorneys to executives, as well as thousands of employees such as construction workers, call-center agents, sales professionals, clerical workers, unskilled laborers, food service and maintenance personnel, among many others. It is expected that many residents will decide to retire to Monte Cristeau because of its great appeal and amenities.


The first phase of the project will cost $5.5 billion (to purchase the land).


Revenue will be used to provide various services to the citizens of Monte Cristeau as well as to fund Humanitarian Projects and provide much-needed funds to assist targeted countries with infrastructure such as roads, power and water.

The Gillier Humanity

Health and Economic Leverage Project (HELP) Blue Island/Fiji

The Gillier Humanity

Health and Economic Leverage Project (HELP) Pacific Palm/Fiji

Due to geographical constraints, each country will require one, two or three initial locations (including Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Tahiti, Fiji, China, Mexico, Brazil, Thailand and the Philippines)