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WikiLeaks founder, TIME Magazine’s “Readers’ Choice,” one-time “Person of the Year” and the “Amnesty International UK Media Award” winner – Julian Assange has earned praise from human rights and public speech organizations across the globe for holding international governments and multinational banks responsible for their actions by exposing their internal undertakings.

Rick Simpson, self-proclaimed ordinary guy is on a crusade against the major global pharmaceutical companies, lawmakers, and policy makers to legalize hemp oil sales on the basis of its cure–all compounds and miraculous effects in the treatment of cancer (prostate, glaucoma, melanoma, leukemia), eating disorders, skin ailments, and liver diseases. However, what makes Rick Simpson so extraordinary is that he is not seeking to profit from his crusade by patenting his medicine (so plant drug companies cannot patent it) but providing people since 2006 with hemp oil medicines at no cost.

Melinda Gates is the co-founder and co-Chairman of the world’s largest philanthropic association, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with over $34 billion dollars in its war chest to combat disease, famine, education and give back the decency and necessities of life to those less fortunate throughout the developing and underdeveloped nations around the globe. Recognized as one of the most powerful and influential people in the world, her ambition is to end polio and malaria diseases, as well as AIDS and tuberculosis.

Swiss fighter pilot, A380 Captain, Guinness Book record holder and first man to fly a jet propelled wing, Yves Rossy A.K.A. Fusion Man, Jetman is no kamikaze however he does love to live life to the fullest. Yves Rossy has flown between England and France with his wing jet, flown alongside spitfire fighter planes. F18’s, he has also flown in Rio, Switzerland, and even attempted a flight between Morocco and Spain with his jet propelled wing.

Michael Jordan is known to the world as the greatest basketball player of all time. His achievements include five Most Valuable Player Awards, dual Olympic Gold Medalist, Six NBA Finals (National Basketball Association), Most valuable Player Award, Athlete of the 20th Century title from ESPN, held the highest career playoff scoring card (averaging 33.45 points per game), and getting inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Heidi Mendoza—Philippine anti-corruption fighter, Commissioner, auditor and investigator—first gained public attention when she controversially resigned from her position at the COA (Philippines’ Commission on Audit) in 2005, where she had served for over 20 years with a spotless record after accusing the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) of plunder and corruption of transactions involving 200 million pesos of which 50 million pesos were unaccounted for.

Reverend, humanitarian, author, freedom fighter, philanthropist—Sam Childers’ life story was made into a major motion picture in 2011 entitled “The Machine Gun Preacher” based on his book, “Another Man’s War.” He was the founder of the Angels of East Africa crusade. After giving his life to Christ and answering his calling to visit Sudan in 1998, Sam’s Angels of East Africa has established one of the largest children and women’s orphanages housing over 300 in South Sudan, educating over a thousand youths and also freeing ten thousand Sudanese from warlords and LRA in several East African countries.

Somaly Mam and her Somaly Mam Foundation has rescued over 7000 women from sexual slavery since its inception—herself being once a victim of such a trade, until her fortunate escape in 1990—after witnessing one of her close friends being viciously murdered and fearing the same fate to befall her. Her life’s experiences involving danger, extreme poverty, desperation, psychological, physical and sexual abuse were enough to make someone despise life; however, even with these seemingly impossible odds, she has turned her life into one of an inspiration and a living hope.

Yusuf Islam, previously known as Cat Stevens, was born Steven Georgiou. He is a hall of famer songwriter, humanitarian, global peace worker, university lecturer, bestselling author, musician, famous for his songs, such as “Moon Shadow,” “Matthew & Son,” and “Peace Train.” He turned his back on the music industry and his fans after reaching the heights of music success in 1977. He converted to Islam and, to the disbelief of the music world, ceased music recording to focus on his faith.

Alex Zanardi, F1 racer, two–time championship winner of CART Series, World Tour Car Racer, Olympic Gold medalist, author, founder of the Alex Zanardi Foundation, motivational speaker and hero to millions, is the Italian stallion of comebacks. In 2001, Alex was involved in a horrific motor racing incident—a crash at the Euro Speedway in Lausitz, Germany—that resulted in the amputation of both his legs. Prior to this, he had a successful racing career in Open Wheel Racing (CART) winning back–to–back championships in 1997 and 1998.

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