Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The Global Economic Competition

In a letter to the diplomatic community, I mentioned the global power paradigm under the international government will shift from military might to economic strength, because the power a nation has will be based on population in the international House of Representatives, and it will benefit a government to enable its people to prosper. The world leaders will turn inside their nation and encourage a strong economy rather than to consider waging war, which is oppressive to the people.

One of the rights a citizen of the international government will have is to leave a nation if he or she believes he has been oppressed, so oppressive governments will lose power as their people petition the international government to leave.

For world peace to come, every person on the planet must be able to create the life he or she wants, and that is possible if the paradigm shifts from working at minimum wage jobs to where everyone is functioning based on one's talents and gifts, and makes win-win agreements to get what we need. People will buy more artistic items and this will help to encourage greater creativity. The first requirement for a global renaissance is that people function from within their own capacity.

Our Faith of the Pure Ray project unifies the world's seven major religions, which is based on the fact that each of the world's seven major religions teaches one segment of the body of knowledge that is necessary to know to create that life--which is to fulfill our purpose in life. What unifies the world is that every person on the planet wants is to be able to create his or her life without interference--which is one of our inalienable rights that is granted to us by our Creator. In the future, there will be Faith of the Pure Ray churches in every nation that will function like schools or universities, and its students will go there to learn how create their life on a higher level.

In each of the Faith of the Pure Ray buildings there will be offices of the international government to guarantee the people's right to leave, but can also function to help students find new homes where there is less oppression. This solves the problem of refugees who leave their homes with only the clothes on their backs.

What this all leads to is a world that is filled with people who are working at satisfying and fulfilling jobs in nations that support their people, and because the economic basis for the international government is based on making win-win trade agreements, there is the potential for a global renaissance.

The Silk Road is making the news again, recreating the trade route that made Asia the economic powerhouse it has been for millennia. One of the factors we, as an organization, consider important when creating something new is to consider the past--what worked well in the past-- and combining it with something from the present and the future. The United States brought many people here because we have been considered the "land of opportunity," but Asia may be the economic powerhouse of the future in the competition for power.

Our organization has its own economic plans--four of them, in fact. The first one is the Exit Strategy for Iraq, which is a US economic stimulus plan that plugs the drain on our economy by the creation of an international court system so that disputes between nations are resolved in court rather than the battlefield, ending the oppressive power games of the past--something that drove people away. Our goal is not just to make America Great Again, but to establish a global renaissance that benefits everyone on the planet. This proposals contingency is that America amend our Constitution to enable everyone on the planet to have the same inalienable rights we have guaranteed to us under our Constitution-- the factor from our past that made our nation great, like the Silk Road did for Asia.

This summer, we are introducing a second economic stimulus plan within our organization, and it, too, has a basis in the past. More on this in a separate blog post.

Good luck in this global economic competition!