Friday, May 6, 2016

The World Peace Movement is a Paradigm Shift

Every movement starts with a Moment of Choice between two people, when one stands on the principles and that person's choice affects the other's security and support. The second person goes down into playing the power games. The World Peace Movement started when Saddam Hussein protested that the UN sanctions were oppressive to his people, and that affected the security and support of the United States.

Power games are oppressive to the people, and they end when an innocent person is crucified. The preemptive strike on Iraq, when there were no WMD found, collapsed the old paradigm based on power games. It was the ultimate game. The games no longer work.

The collapse of the old paradigm is like a dark cloud on the horizon.

Most people haven't seen it and are living their lives as if nothing is changing. They still think there will always be wars.

Some people see the dark cloud, but believe that allowing the old paradigm to collapse is a great idea--it will shake things up a bit, but then things will stabilize and life will go on as usual. You have the American Civil Rights Movement, for example, and it was a difficult time for the United States, but in the end, we became a much better nation. What occurred within the United States had little effect on the rest of the planet.

What about a global paradigm shift?  The question is how far will mankind fall before something better comes along to take its place.

It is the responsibility of those who see the dark cloud on the horizon first to offer the solution, and the solution must be rising as the old structure is collapsing. The plan can keep moving forward until one individual makes a choice to accept it.

When it becomes apparent that the old structure is no longer adequate, the people in power who are responsible for dealing with the crisis start looking for a new plan. Which will it be? Mankind always has three choices. We can ignore the crisis and pass it on to future generations, go deeper into the games, or do what is in everyone's best interest and evolve to a higher level. This is the choice.

Many people still see the United Nations as the global institution responsible for peace. Many now support the creation of the caliphate. More and more people are becoming aware of the plan for the international government. Which will prevail?

The first step in the creation of the international government is looking at why the old structure collapsed. What caused the crisis. This must be addressed so the new structure won't face the same crisis in the future. If your plan does not address the root cause of the crisis, it makes the crisis worse. We believe the root cause of the global crisis is the power games that everyone is playing. They go against Universal Law, and so there is always a backlash to the games. At their ultimate conclusion, they reach the point where the games no longer work.

The legal system of the international government will be based on Universal Law, and our first proposal is the Exit Strategy for Iraq, which sets up an international court system based on Universal Law so that disputes between nations are resolved in court rather than the battlefield.