Tuesday, November 3, 2015

The Real Issue Behind Immigration Reform-- And Our Solution

With the oppressive actions from extremist groups, immigration reform plays an important part in each of our lives. With sleeper cells in 90 nations— actually every nation— there could be mass migrations in every continent—with people being herded and harried with no way to defend themselves from the janaweed,  and from weather, and the burdens from lack of resources—and having no hope for the future.

Maybe this is what made our distant ancestors leave Africa 60,000 years ago. 

The backlash from the preemptive strike on Iraq collapsed the US power base. The other world leaders
started to jockey for power, and each plays a favorite power game. The games are oppressive to the people, and backlash on the perpetrators of the games. Grabs for power always have led to an ultimate loss of power, but it usually takes time to see the backlashes, and this starts a wave-effect that continues to destabilize the region until it becomes a global crisis.

Our options:

1.       First is military intervention against the oppressors, which leads to a global conflict, a feud that no one can win.

2.       Second, by ignoring the issue, we pass it on to future generations and it will take seven generations to undo the damage. Pack carefully.

3.       The third option, and our solution. is the creation of the proposed international government, which will guarantee the rights of the people to leave a nation if they have been oppressed, which sounds like the same crisis, but it isn’t. In the international government, a nation’s power is not based on military might or the ability to out-smart or out-oppress your neighbors, but on its population. If any government is oppressive, it will lose power in the international arena—in the House of Representatives. It has a stabilizing effect.

Many of the third world nations are not being treated fairly and equally in the United Nations. 

The UN Charter has five main flaws. 

  1. It doesn't treat all nations equally. 
  2. A nation's power 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 being resolved.

People who have been oppressed want equality. They will choose the international government, where  they will be equal to the United States, which is a melting pot of cultures and so is a microcosm of the world. 

As of today, people in 81 nations support the plan for the international government.

What unifies the world is that every person on the planet wants to be able to create his or her life--without interference. This is an inalienable right granted to us by the Creator of us all.

When George W. Bush and Tony Blair invaded a sovereign nation—Iraq-- they denied the Iraqi people their rights, and with US support, we jeopardized our own rights under Universal Law.  We are facing the backlashes now from our failed foreign policy of regime change, and waiting in the wings is all the animosity
from the people all over the world who have gripes against the United States for our failed foreign policy. Now, to keep our rights, we must guarantee the same right we have under our constitution to every person on the planet, and work to establish the international court system so disputes between
nations are handled in court rather than the battlefield. This is the basis for our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal.

This is how we end the oppression.