Monday, March 28, 2016

Dear President Obama: Fidel Castro's comments about empire building

In the news, there are reports that Fidel Castro lashed out at President Obama, and his protest includes the word "empire." I believe by using the word empire, he  fears that your attempts to build a lasting relationship with Cuba lean toward the establishment of a global empire rather than the proposed international government based on fair and equitable practices, and he doesn't have a voice in the matter.

Within governments, a polarization has formed between those who stand on the principles and those who rely on the power games. Those who stand on the principles are more inclined to see the potential of the international government, and those who fall back to the power games support the creation of an empire,  where one individual becomes the supreme leader of the entire planet. One example of a potential empire is the caliphate.

In Cuba, such as polarization has formed. Fidel Castro is a man of principles. He believes he is a virtuous man, and he would like to be considered equal to all the other world leaders. He sees himself equal to all others, and an asset to Cuba. Raul Castro's definition of "being good" means wealthy, and because he wants something, he is willing to make agreements to get what he wants.

The polarization is tearing apart nations. There has been a battle over the plan for the international government. Its introduction has threatened the security and support of those who rely on the existing structure, based on power games, and they are going down into the games.

The games don't work. There is always a backlash to the games. Grabs for power always lead to a loss of power, and the backlash is now immediate.

A series of battles, called the Battles of Armageddon, is occurring. You will see the battles playing out all over the planet. One person will stand on the principles and one will go down into the games. The games go against Universal Law, and so the proposed judicial system of the international government will be based on Universal Law, including our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal, which leads to the creation of an international court system.  Its first case will be between George W. Bush and one of Saddam Hussein's lieutenants.

I have a white paper on the polarization of Cuba, and a series of booklets about the Battles of Armageddon.