Friday, January 27, 2017

How we will purify the US legal system, including NAFTA

One of our organization's exempt purposes is to purify the U.S. legal system. Before our Constitution can be used as the basis for the international government, laws and practices that have caused chaos in our legal system must be purified to prevent the chaos from spreading onto the international level.

In "A Manual for the One World Government," Seth explains how to purify laws, including NAFTA, and so rather than to address that here, let's consider which laws must be addressed. NAFTA is making headlines again, this time as part of a dispute between the United States and Mexico, and as leverage over who will pay for Donald Trump's border wall.

Will NAFTA be the first law to be purified? No.

The first will be the practice of regime change, based on the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal, and how it created chaos in our legal system between the Republicans and the Democrats.

Mankind must look at the root cause of the crises and work together to come up with a plan that benefits everyone.

When the conference in Europe is held, hosted by our organization, we will advise in setting up the branches and departments of the international government, which will be made up of experts in their fields from all the nations, and they will decide which treaties and agreements, like NAFTA, will be addressed.

Our organization has two ways we will purify the U.S. legal system. One is to establish courses in five U.S. law schools and retired legislators will work with law students to purify laws that are causing problems. We will also host dinner parties for the Senators, Supreme Court justices and the president of the United States to advise them with group channeling sessions on laws that are going through the legislative process or up for review. Our spiritual guides are the past kings, queens and presidents who will offer their perspectives on the bills. Imagine Alexander Hamilton advising our senators on how to get funding for the Trump Wall. After fighting with George Washington during the Revolutionary War, he would probably have some interesting insights.