Saturday, December 7, 2013

The First To Make A Choice

The plan for the international government has made it into the government level, and is being debated, but no one in power knows how to make it a reality. It is simple and logical, and the planning exists, but it is not the responsibility of the governments to bring world peace. It must come because the people have evolved to the point that they demand peace.

Governments play five favorite power games to gain power, prestige and control of resources and strategic locations, but the games are oppressive to the people. The games have been tolerated, but not condoned. Now they have reached their ultimate conclusion. Covert and overt actions have led to civil war, and no one has control of the nation’s resources. With the games of Greed, which lead to massacres, the people have thrown away their resources, but need them to survive, and as they stand in protest, their voices are not heard unless they can come up with a plan that benefits everyone and undoes the damage done by those who play the game of Greed.

Half the population of the planet has prayed for peace, and so it can come. The spiritual hierarchy is offering such a plan--the World Peace Plan--and it puts the power back into the hands of the people.

Because the United States is responsible for starting the conflict in Iraq, it is up to the United States to undo the damage we have done, which allows us to regain our power that we lost due to the failed policy of preemption, and regime change against a sovereign nation.

It is time for the U.S. government to make a choice.

The choice to go up is to stand on the principles of the proposed international government. This means no more power games. No more drone strikes. No more regime change. Turning inside our country and working to transition from a power base built on military might and instead to compete economically, making win-win agreements with third world nations rather than to see our competitors as our allies.The U.S. government will contract with organization advisors to end the war in Iraq and to rebuild it based on our proposals. We will start the process to amend the U.S. Constitution to create the additional layer of government over what already exists.

The choice to ignore the crisis passes it on to future generations, who will be far less capable of handling the crisis. It will take seven generations to undo the damage that has been done by the power games.

To go down is to go deeper into the games, which leads to a global war with the rest of the world against the United States.

While the U.S. government is making its choice, the people of the United States will be making our choice, too. We must decide if sharing our inalienable rights with the rest of the peoples of the planet is the price we are willing to pay to avoid a global war.