Monday, February 27, 2017

The end of the opportunities

This morning, President Trump announced his plan to increase military spending, including nuclear weapons. That means the weapons manufacturers will benefit, and the stock market will rise, and there will be more high-paying jobs for the blue color workers. A real boost to the economy.

Or is it the end of the opportunities? Mankind functions in cycles, and there is a beginning and an end to the cycles. The end of the cycle is when the opportunities reach their ultimate conclusion, and then a new plan must be found. 

Under normal circumstances, this power game would work, but the opportunities are ending now. When George W. Bush announced "We will fight them over there so we don't have to fight them over here," he guaranteed we will fight them here, and now the FBI has announced there are ISIS sleeper cells in every state. How can Donald Trump fight them at all? 

The solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest, not to take the U.S. military deeper into the power games.

The opportunities that reach their ultimate conclusion are like walking toward a door, and you believe that on the other side of the door is the life you have always wanted. You finally reach it, and you reach out and grab the knob and turn it, but on the other side of the door is not your dream life, it is a Brick Wall. You cannot tear it down. Misunderstandings have taken you off course, and at the point of the Brick Wall, you are 180 degrees from where you think you are. What you want is behind you, not ahead of you.

It takes someone who has come away from the Brick Wall to turn you around again. This is the same crisis that alcoholics face, and it takes someone from Alcoholics Anonymous, a 12 step program, to demonstrate it is possible to get back in course to get your life.

When the games stop working, you must let go of the games and find out what does work. 

The United States will demonstrate how to turn around and get back on course through our Constitutional Amendment proposal. President Trump cannot wage war on every nation on the planet, and he can't fight ISIS within the United States using nuclear power or any other weapons. To get out of this crisis we must let go of the power games and do what is in everyone's best interest, which is to support the plan for the international government.