Sunday, December 29, 2013

Where We Are Now

With every movement, society splits into four groups.

The first to come into the movement are those who stand on the principles. Some oppressive crisis occurs, and this group stands in protest. They see the proverbial dark cloud on the horizon, and joining the movement, rolling up sleeves to help bring it about, is the solution to their crisis.

The second group to come in is drawn in because they are financially affected. They have lost everything in the collapse of the old structure, and they have nothing to lose by joining, and everything to gain. They will stand on the principles when they must find a business idea and work to rebuild their lives.

The third group of people is drawn into the movement because their lives are affected.

The fourth group care only about themselves, and won’t come in until they are squeezed by the events that are occurring.

The World Peace Movement started with the preemptive strike on Iraq. People all over the world stood in protest, but no one listened to them because they had not been drawn into the movement. It took five years—from 2003 until 2008—until everyone on the planet had been squeezed by the events that were occurring as a result of the war, which is the collapse of the structure based on the power games.

This has led to the point where the old structure no longer works, and something must replace it. What will replace it has been the issue. None of the existing structures has proven capable of solving the crisis.

The ripples of effects have created a schism, on every level, with some people choosing to go up, and to stand on the principles, and others are going down deeper into the games. Most people see no solution, and are passing the crisis onto future generations.

The World Peace Plan has gone out to enough people in power now to be seen as the solution to the global crisis. It is proving to be able to solve the problems, at least theoretically.

They knew about the plan, but not how to bring it about. In the spring of 2012, we introduced the Track Our Progress planning, which delineates the stages and steps of the planning process, and makes it small, logical steps.

This is where we are now, as a planet. There is a battle occurring between those who are standing on the principles and see the creation of the international government as the solution and those who rely on the power games for their security and support.

The plan for the international government has gone too far for it to be stopped. Now we must demonstrate how the plan benefits everyone,  down to the individual level.