Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Undermining the revenge against Saddam Hussein

The plan for the international government has been opened to debate, and we have affiliate members in 83 nations. It is time now to draw in the independent members. Each of our 200 independent members and his or her family is parallel to a nation, and people won't come into the framework of the cooperation of nature unless squeezed to do so. We are at the point in the planning process that is called "herding cats," which are notoriously difficult to herd.

Imagine willingly letting go of the United Nations. It has had to prove that it can't end or prevent wars for everyone to agree to let it go. The world's leaders have had to be searching for a new plan to which everyone will agree. The new plan must be already in existence, and solving problems, and be able to address the conflict that arises from those who function only for their own interests. This leads to three choices, and two are untenable. The failing old structure, the one that is based on power games and puts one person over another, and the new structure that is in everyone's best interest. This final choice is the one that allows mankind to evolve to a higher level.

Since 2008, people have been squeezed to make this choice, to go up, down or straight ahead. Straight ahead is to ignore the crisis and pass it on to future generations, and it takes seven generations to undo the damage. The choice to go down into the power games leads to conflict, and there are always backlashes to the games. The choice to go up is to stand on the principles.

Our potential independent members have been squeezed, and many have stood on the principles and their spouses have chosen to go down in the power games. The choice to go up is the logical choice, but those who play the power games have been getting revenge, which draws together people who play the five power games of war, genocide, massacres based on the game of greed, slavery and terrorism. Some seem to think they can function with impunity, and see this as their opportunity to get their life on a higher level. Many people have been backed into a corner and see no way out of it.

Our focus now is to unravel the acts of revenge.

This is where the Iranians come in. The question has been, will Iran use its nuclear capacity for peaceful purposes or for revenge? Are the Iranians standing on the principles or going down into the power games?

To undermine the "Pentacle of Power"--the five games of revenge--we, as a planet, must look at what set the stage for the misunderstandings, and made so many diverse groups of people all seek to get revenge on Saddam Hussein. What common goal did they have, and what did they want to get out of their power games?