Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Fundamental Changes Necessary For World Peace

Dear President Obama:

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation. As of today, people in 77 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

The plan for the international government is open to debate, and people all over the world know about it and believe it solves all the problems. The potential is there, but now it is time to bring it about.

The power a nation has is derived from the people, no matter how despotic a leader is. World peace must come not as the result of a treaty between world leaders, but from the people.

World peace requires a fundamental change in how people function. It is a personal commitment, not the matter of casting a vote or posting a "like" on Facebook. The affiliate members we have gathered have "liked" the plan, but that has only allowed us to leverage the idea for the plan onto the government level.

Now comes the fundamental change. The time for debate will continue, but people must transition from war-based thinking to peace-based thinking. Once again, by demonstration, we are starting with opening the idea on the widest perspective possible--the reason for these messages to you and to the diplomatic community--and amongst our potential independent members to draw them into the process.

Today is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, the day that represents the beginning of a new cycle--the light is coming back into the world.

Prior to this day, as the days were getting darker, symbolically people were being squeezed. People have been like seeds, comfortable in their own little pods, but there is only potential, no sense of drive to a seed. The squeezing action places the seed into an uncomfortable place, that it must break out of the comfort zone and start to be the being it was programmed to be.

People have relied on jobs that are safe, jobs that offer benefits and financial security so the individuals can purchase houses, for example. That is important to a stable economy, but in the long run, it won't work. The new economy will be based on the principles of the cooperation of nature, and in the future, people will be basing their personal income on one's talents and gifts, and making win-win agreements. It is as if people will have to create their own jobs rather than to rely on procuring jobs that already exist.

An example of how this will transition on the international level is with the United States. We are an industrial nation, and a breadbasket, and that is safe and secure, but so are many other nations. What makes us unique on the international level is our constitution. This is our national niche.

People from all over the world believe the United States has greater rights and freedom to function on a higher level. People have come to America for years and creating a melting pot of cultures and religions.

The focus now is on finding a niche, based on a nation's natural resources, and many other factors, and the individual's talents and gifts, and using that concept to enable everyone to function on a higher level.

To enable the United States to transition to our niche, under Universal Law, we must enable others to create their niche. This enables the United States to draw in England with the Oxford and Stonehenge event. We are helping England to transition to their traditional and historical niche, of unification and conflict resolution, something that England has forgotten into their drive to be safe and secure--which ultimately led England to be less safe and less secure.

I am demonstrating the same concepts within my organization to draw in the potential independent members that are necessary to enable Oxford and Stonehenge events to come about.

Our first proposal is the Exit Strategy for Iraq, which sets the stage for disputes between nations to be resolved in a legitimate and recognized  international court, rather than the battlefield, and the monies now wasted on war to go to benefit the people, instead. As the successful demonstration of unification and conflict resolution is addressed at Oxford and Stonehenge, the U.S. economy will start to transition, also.