Monday, July 24, 2017

What does it take to be part of the framework?

Today I was asked to explain what it takes to be part of the plan for world peace. The simple answer is, you have to give up the power games.

Imagine the world leaders coming together to open formal discussions on the plan to create the international government, but instead of sitting down and talking, they rattle their proverbial sabers. They have played power games for as long as mankind walked on the planet, but they have reached their ultimate conclusion, and now no longer work. The games stop working when played on an innocent person, and the fact that no WMD were found means that Saddam Hussein was innocent of the charges against him.

Therefore, George W. Bush has faced the backlashes of Universal Law from his power games to preemptively strike Iraq and to topple Saddam Hussein, and now he is very likely open to the plan, which allows him to regain the power he lost by grabbing for power.

This is the lesson mankind is learning now. By denying the Iraqi people their unalienable rights, we Americans lose our rights.

The first crisis then is that disputes between nations will be resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and its contingency is that the United States amend the US Constitution to enable every person on the planet to have their unalienable rights.

Mankind is being lifted to a very high level in our evolution when disputes between nations will be resolved in court, and the monies wasted on war will go to the people.