Wow...don't take your checkbook! I'm sure they'll tell you that they can provide peace on earth, they just need a little money first! I've actually seen this same kind of project. They look for money to buy up some real estate, create a utopian "proof of concept", usually in some tropical paradise. Of course, the proof of concept can never work, since the whole goal is simply to take all the wealth of the world and redistribute it. I'm sure when the project is deemed a failure, the poor guy running it walks off with 100 acres of tropical paradise.
For me, it doesn't even sound like a perfect society. It sounds like a hellish nightmare. Sure, they use words like "peace", but like all would-be tyrants, they mean "order", and they will break anyone who doesn't go along.
If an Objectivist were to talk about peace, they would be suggesting a world where each individual is able to live their own life how they want, and interactions between each person would be voluntary. You can I can make a trade if we both agree. You can I can start a business together if we both agree. Customers can buy from us if we all agree. The initiation of force is outlawed, freeing each individual to make their own choices and live their own lives.
Is that the kind of peace that they're suggesting? No. They would to abolish money, and with it goes private property. They want the government to centrally plan the entire economy, and with it the lives of each individual. We already see what happens in this country when the "commerce clause" of the Constitution is interpreted in a wide way. It started off dealing with actual trade across states. Then it affected trade within states. Then it affected private behavior that might impact trade in some way. How big is your toilet? How much junk food can you buy? And then it goes on to whether you exercise enough, or read enough, or whatever they want. A government that completely controls the economy, and the resources, is a government that completely controls your life.
How is that peaceful? How is telling every single human being on the planet that they either do what you say or you'll kill them (or just let them starve!) an example of a peaceful society? And how does controlling every aspect of their lives an example of independence of individuality? Just because people are forced to do different things does not make it a society that promotes individuality!
The sad part is, it's not even original. If you're going to propose a bad idea, you'd at least try to be creative. Why promote a failed idea that everyone already knows is wrong. I guess maybe they're trying to promote green technologies by recycling bad ideas. If you go to talk to some socialists, they'll give you the same plans. There's nothing new here. The reasoning is very old, and goes something like this:
1.) I want free stuff!
2.) The current system of private property doesn't allow it. I'm told I have to work to buy stuff. But I don't want to.
3.) Imagine a world where we could just have whatever we want. If I want a new car, I just take one. Why should someone else be able to tell me otherwise? The worlds resources belong to all of us!
4.) What's that you say? If we can just take the stuff without trading for it, nobody would work? Hmmm...
5.) I dismiss that by saying that resources are plentiful and wealth is artificially limited by money and profit! Get rid of those, and we'll have unlimited wealth and I can get my free stuff! It is the capitalist system that creates poverty! Abolish that, my friend, and utopia will be ours!
6.) You say that central planning has been tried over and over again and not only led to death but also poverty? Well, they just weren't smart enough or weren't noble enough. (Let's make supercomputers to do it!)
There's nothing new here. It's the same old nonsense. The only creative part, which isn't very creative, is the idea of the guy running it to make a profit off of all the chumps who buy into it. He'll spend all his time denouncing money as evil, and then ask you to hand over yours!