Saturday, January 3, 2015

Starting the Journey to Create World Peace

Until this time, the idea for the international government has been introduced and opened to debate, and the idea has permeated through society. Now it is time to take the steps to make it a reality.

What gets people into a crisis is equated ideas, and because there is a misunderstanding, if it is not corrected early enough, as minor crises come along and solution does not address the root cause of the crisis, the crisis keeps getting worse. Eventually, it leads to the "end of life crisis."

Because the little steps are so minor, and the decline is so gradual in most cases, the ultimate conclusion of the crisis comes as a complete shock.

I am reminded of the look on the face of President George W. Bush when he first learned of the attack on the World Trade Center.

The root cause of all the crises based on the cycle of misunderstandings are the power games that lead to crisis. Every person on the planet plays the games, and when played by people in power, they lead to war, genocide, massacres, slavery and human rights violations, and terrorism. There are two more games--seven in all--and in the course of the evolutionary development of the plan for world peace, we will address all seven.

The first issue that we are addressing is the character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein. December 30th marked the 8th anniversary of that date. While some people celebrated his death as being rid of a despotic dictator, and the world is better off without him, the judgment against him as "Axis of Evil" triggered a global genocide.

No one has the right to judge another as evil. Mankind has the right to judge someone guilty of a crime, and even execute that person for proven crimes, but no one can defend himself from prejudice and ulterior motives.

The U.S. legal system is based on the premise that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty for this reason.

The issue that there were no WMD found means that Saddam Hussein was attempting to comply with U.N. sanctions, and therefore the preemptive strike deprived Saddam Hussein of his inalienable rights granted to us by the Creator of us all to be able to live our lives without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in our government.

The Iraqi people have the right to decide their leadership.  Iraq is a sovereign nation. Because the preemptive strike went against the intent of the U.N. Charter to prevent unprovoked attacks, in the eyes of the world, the Iraq War that started in 2003 is considered an unlawful war.

This power grab collapsed the existing structure based on the power games, and proved the United Nations is not capable of ending or preventing wars--much less a global genocide. Once it proved incapable of dealing with this crisis, a new international structure that does have the capacity to solve the issues had to be introduced. The collapse of the U.S. power base triggered a mad scramble amongst the world leaders to see who would become the next world superpower.

It is not in anyone's best interest for one individual to become the supreme power--an emperor. That is one choice mankind is facing. Another choice is for the planet to ignore the crisis and continue on down a slippery slope of conflicts. The third choice enables mankind to function on a higher level, and that is for everyone to work together on the creation of the proposed international government that guarantees the rights of the people.

Karen Holmes,