Saturday, December 14, 2013

New International Legal Structure is Needed

Today marks the 10th anniversary of Saddam Hussein's capture. People around the world reacted with joy that the world was free of someone they considered to be evil, but it is not up to man to declare someone is evil. That is the providence of God, the Creator of us all, and God does not judge.

Ripple after ripple of effects went out from the wrongful judgment of Saddam Hussein, who, according to the UN weapons inspectors had no WMD. In the eyes of the world, it was an unlawful war, pushed through the United Nations with unfounded threats that Saddam Hussein had the capacity to kill millions of people with this nuclear weapons. The problem came for Saddam Hussein when no one stood up to defend him. No one considered the millions of protestors to have a voice.

This set the stage for the collapse of the existing international legal structure. Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, declared in his farewell speech that President Bush had made the United Nations "irrelevant."

So, what will take its place? If the United Nations is the solution to the crises mankind is facing, what can mankind do if it is no longer working?

Find a new international structure, one that functions on a far higher level.

I am pleased to say that the World Peace Plan has been debated and accepted by people all over the planet. People like the plan. Once the idea is opened to debate officially by the U.S. government, it will take off like a rocket. That time is coming because the opportunities are ending for any other solution to be found.

Last year, people heard about the plan, and debated it amongst the people of my organization. It reached the point where potential independent members heard of it and had the opportunity to have their say. The more they hear, the better they like it. But, it is a far cry to say you like it from rolling up your sleeves and to get "down and dirty" sharing talents and gifts. As their opportunities end, based on the old paradigm, it becomes apparent that the only thing left to do is to roll up your sleeves and make it happen in your own life.