Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Congressman DeFazio: How to be unbeatable

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 78 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

The conflict in the Middle East is devolving as a global genocide, not a war. That is why it is so hard to end. The knee-jerk reaction that ends a war, makes a genocide worse. Military intervention won't work because there are sleeper cells in every nation, and they can rise at any time. We cannot fight a conflict in 200 fronts, even with a coalition of nations at our side, because we don't know who our friends are or who are enemies are.

Perpetrators of genocides weave an illusion, and they hate the truth, so the more you find out, the more risk you run.

We are in a dilemma situation. We cannot escalate, stay the course, or back down. Just like all dilemmas, the solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest. That is the plan for the international government.

Our first proposal-an Exit Strategy for Iraq-- ends the conflict in Iraq, but it must be based on US choice to participate in the creation of the international government.

The power games nations play are oppressive to the people, and there is a balancing principle for each of the games. People who have been oppressed lack equality, so by guaranteeing equality, you touch the hearts of the people, and people who have been in a genocide lack their liberty, so by guaranteeing the rights to all the people, you overcome the effects of the genocide.

The United States is unbeatable if we stand on the principles of equality, liberty, freedom, capacity, abundance, compassion and tolerance. The application of this is the proposed international government.

One at a time, nations will let go of the battles and make their choice whether to participate in the creation of the international government.