Sunday, May 29, 2016

Leaving Saddam Hussein Out Again?

The release of the Chilcot Report is the point where the plan for the international government is now possible. The energy is building now for the change as the old structure proves to be collapsing.
The plan for world peace has been opened to debate, and many people see it as the solution to the problems we are facing as a nation and a planet.

This is a Moment of Choice for Tony Blair and George W. Bush. Both men have lost a great deal of power. They are facing the backlashes from Universal Law. By putting Saddam Hussein down, they went down in power and Saddam Hussein went up--even if he is dead. The Exit Strategy for Iraq allows them to assume responsibility to undo the damage they have done, and to regain the power they lost through their failed foreign policy decisions.

There has been resistance to the plan for the international government by those who have their own agenda, but as the plan for the international government rises, this is the time when by forcing one's own agenda over what is in everyone's  best interest, the power game is exposed.

The Chilcot Report is not the only factor at this time. The next presidential election is coming up and both front-runners are very powerful people who believe the United States is still the most powerful nation on the planet, and as they rise in their own power, they can sway the general population away from the need to choose world peace at this time.

Saddam Hussein is dead, but the ripples of effects from the preemptive strike continue to go out to affect more and more people. To choose to ignore the crisis doesn't address these ripples and so mankind is kicked further off course.  The crises will be passed on to future generations, and it will take seven generations to undo the damage. Like waves coming in and going out, it will take seven waves to build up the energy and momentum again to carry the solution forward to completion. 

The Exit Strategy for Iraq is a U.S. economic stimulus plan that plugs the drain on the U.S. economy to the Middle East. By refusing to accept this proposal, there is no way to stop the conflict in the Middle East, and the drain on our economy as we slide deeper into the feud. 

The Exit Strategy is dependent on the U.S. Constitutional Amendment proposals, where the people of the United States assume responsibility for the damage we have done and work to regain our power that we lost as the result of the preemptive strike on Iraq. When we denied the Iraqi people their inalienable rights, we lost ours. Now to get them back, we must guarantee them to every person on the planet. 

Will we leave Saddam Hussein out again? 

The United States does not have to be part of the plan for world peace. Our organization will continue to offer proposals to the other nations, and at the conference in Europe, the delegates will decide what to do about bringing in those nations who have decided not to participate. The United States will have another chance at that time to join.