Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Chilcot Report Offers Motivation to Accept the Exit Strategy for Iraq

The Chilcot Report is being released in July, and the headlines include words like "brutal" and "savage the reputations." Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Bush will face severe backlashes for their preemptive strike on Iraq, and character defamation campaign on Saddam Hussein.

The report offers everyone incentive for accepting the plan for the international government. The Exit Strategy for Iraq is the solution that enables everyone to function on a higher level.

The report will list facts, but won't necessarily address the root cause of the crisis. Everyone must understand why the preemptive strike and the invasion didn't work the way they thought it would. Revenge are power games that have been used for millennia. Why didn't it work?

Before we can hold the unification and conflict resolutions events at Oxford and Stonehenge, we must bring in the organization members who will be part of the events. That involves the professional publishing team and the technology team. We are looking at the power games associated with revenge, and the choices people have to create the life they want. Because our organization is parallel to the international level, and we are experiencing the same crises, we must resolve the organization's crises based on the insights we have to be able to prove the solutions work.

The plans have been opened to debate, and people have been approached and offers made, but the proposals must go through normal legislative channels.  That officially opens the door between the organization and the federal government, and through them the world leaders, and the State Department and the ambassadors.

The plan for the international government was first introduced in 2003, and at that time no one was willing to let go of their agenda to agree to support the plan. People must be squeezed to let of their agenda, and the Chilcot Report offers the motivation for change.