Tuesday, March 1, 2016

The Birth of the World Peace Movement

In his farewell speech, Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, declared George W. Bush had made the United Nations "irrelevant." The UN had proven it could not end or prevent wars. 

As the old structure started to collapse, mankind was faced with the major question of what would take its place? 

To continue on with the UN as the main global governmental body--whether it is considered a government or not--is one option, but untenable. Existing international structures, such as NATO or the EU cannot draw in the entire planet, and like the UN, cannot be reformed.  No one will let go of their existing power. This option is to ignore the crisis and to continue down the proverbial slippery slope, to pass the crisis on to future generations, and it will take seven generations of conflicts to undo the damage that has been done. 

Another option is for individuals of power, those who have managed to climb to their present position over the backs of others, to battle to the top, and become emperor of the planet. That is also untenable. It is in no one's best interest for one individual to dictate terms. 

The solution is the proposed international government. It is based on two proven concepts--the U.S. Constitution, which has maintained peace for over 200 years--except for our Civil War of the 1800s--and the cooperation of nature, which has worked perfectly to bring a sense of abundance to all parts for billions of years. 

Assuming that the only solution is for everyone to work together to create the international government, we have to start demonstrating to those who currently believe the creation of the caliphate is the solution. 

We will start by addressing how movements form. If we compare the World Peace Movement to other movements, such as the American Civil Rights Movement, or the fall of the Berlin Wall, or Apartheid in South Africa, we see that one group of people were standing on principles and another group was relying on power games. 

Once this schism forms, a series of battles starts, called the Battles of Armageddon.

Karen Holmes, a channel--a prophet--channeled a series of booklets, "The Armageddon Series," that explain how the battles come about. The booklets and other books and published materials are associated with each of our proposals, and explain the root cause of each crisis. This series is associated with our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal.

Each month, we are introducing a new proposal, starting with the Exit Strategy for Iraq. The proposals will be introduced and draw in our independent members, starting with the Professional Publishing team, who will assume responsibility for the books.

As the international government is opened to debate, people will make their choices. As mankind progresses through the battles, the plan for the international government must be drawing support while the caliphate loses its support.