Sunday, July 1, 2018

Solving the Ocean's Problems

The oceans are vast, but they are in crisis. Every day we see reports of small events that show us glimpses of larger crises, such as a whale that washes up onto a shore some where in the world, and the cause of its death is from ingesting pounds of plastic. Or large events, such as the death of the reefs.

We look out into the ocean, and it seems so vast, and how can any one individual, or corporation, or organization, or nation, solve the problems?  And what is worse, what happens when people stand in protest, but corporate interests and politics get in the way so that court decisions benefit the few over the whole?

While it may seem to be in the best interests of the few to win that court case, games of one-upmanship go against Universal Law, and there is always a backlash to the games. The power game of Greed, for example, may seem to work, but the ultimate conclusion of the game is that you lose everything. The principles of the cooperation of nature create a sense of abundance. Mankind has much to learn from our Earth Mother.

The Earth is a closed ecosystem, and what occurs in one location affects the entire planet. The environment must  under the auspices of an international body with the power to solve the problems, and functions based on the principles of the cooperation of nature. If no one is left out of the plan, with shared research, the solutions will be found.

We are starting work on the first steps for the creation of the International Department of the Oceans.

Each of the eleven departments of the One World government will be made up of experts in their fields from every nation, and they will be autonomous. They will work as advisers to the branches. They will have the power to solve the problems we are facing.

If you are interested in the Oceans, please be sure to visit our new blog--Sovereign Oceans.