Tuesday, August 16, 2016

As the idea for the international government goes out, and it demonstrates its capacity to resolve the crises, there is a drive to bring it about. Let's all get started on this! The frustration is that it is taking so long to figure out how to bring it about.

The planning process has seven stages and twenty two steps. The first step is that elation at having a plan at all, but not knowing there will be people who will try to pirate the plan. The conflict doesn't end until the third stage, when you address bringing in the support, and everyone is able to function on a higher level financially. The trick is to keep walking forward to the third stage.

No one at this point is standing on the principles of the international government. We must jump to the first idea to address and that is that disputes between nations will be resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies now wasted on war will go to support the people instead.

Already, there is a sense that it is possible to function economically on a higher level. Everyone is happy with the idea, including the people who don't have to sacrifice their lives for causes they don't believe in, or wouldn't if they knew the truth behind the justification for the conflict, and worse, have to pay taxes to wage war.

If you have an idea for a plan, the first question is, "Are you willing to stand on the principles of Universal Law?"

One of the precursors for world peace to come has been that every person on the planet must have been exposed to the Universal Law of Cause and Effect. That has happened. It is known by different names, including the Golden Rule and karma. Not everyone lives his or her life by the law yet.

People must be squeezed to participate in the plan, and the squeezing action comes because the power games that are played to wage war or genocide have backfired on you, so the basis for the international government's legal system is Universal Law, and the first court case is between Iraq and the United States.

The court case will start to unravel the misunderstandings related to acts of war and where true power comes from. That will allow the ideas to permeate throughout the global society.

Equated ideas get people into trouble. Grabs for power come from a sense of lack of power. True power comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage that has been done. The U.S. Constitutional Amendment proposal, where the United States assumes responsibility to undo the damage we did by invading Iraq, is the contingency for the Exit Strategy for Iraq. By denying the Iraqi people their inalienable right to live their lives without interference, we are losing our own rights, in the form of the rise of violent extremism.