Sunday, November 29, 2015

In response to Daniel Haulman's letter to the editor of the Montgomery Advertiser

In response to Daniel Haulman's letter, asking "Where is the United Nations?", the United Nations never has had the capacity to solve the crisis mankind is facing. The UN Charter has five main flaws--

1. It doesn't treat all nations fairly and equally.
2. A nation's power in the UN is based on behavior rather than inalienable rights.
3. A nation may not have a voice in matters of grave concern.
4. A nation has no recourse to change what is unfair.
5. A nation does not have to be a signatory of the courts, so disputes between nations are not resolved.

 Declaring the Gulf War was an honorable endeavor of the United States does not consider that Kuwait was slant drilling into Iraq's oil fields, and Saddam Hussein was attempting to stop them from doing so. This is what triggered the oil well fires. No one was going to get the oil. Bush 41 drawing together a coalition of nations to put down Saddam Hussein set the stage for Bush 43 to judge Saddam Hussein as evil, and the Iraq War devolved not as a war, but a global genocide. The United Nations does not know how to end a genocide. Mankind is on the slippery slope by depending on the UN.

No one in power will agree to reform the United Nations.

Mankind now has three choices. Ignore the crises and pass them on to future generations, and it will take seven generations to undo the damage. We can allow the ISIS sleeper cells in all 200 nation to tear apart the planet in the drive to make one individual the emperor of the planet. Or, everyone can do what is in everyone's best interest, allow the existing, failing structure to continue to crumble, and to create an international government that guarantees our inalienable rights granted to us by our Creator to every person on the planet.

A plan for an international government has been opened to debate, and as of today, people in 82 countries support the plan for the international government. This plan is based on two proven concepts--the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. It treats all the nations the same way the states are treated within the United States, so disputes between nations are resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies now wasted on war will go to support the people instead.