Friday, December 21, 2018

Don't pull the troops out of Syria and Afghanistan!

Donald Trump has announced he will pull US troops out of both Syria and Afghanistan, but there is no need to do so if his plan is in regards to the proposed international government. Everything must come slowly and in perfect order. Our planning addresses every step involved with the creation of the proposed international government. We don't recommend any changes be made in military defense.

Holidays are a time for celebration, and at times the fighting stops and the soldiers will cross the lines and share a bottle of wine with the enemy. When the new millennium started, there was an unofficial global cease fire, and wars stopped for a day as everyone celebrated. There will be a time of celebration like none other when the world leaders sign the invitation to participate in the conference in Europe that is given to them by their people. That celebration will occur all over the world.  

The first government proposal is our Exit Strategy for Iraq, and the first step is to take disputes between nations off the battlefield and into the courts. Before that government proposal is accepted by the United States, Iraq, and the United Kingdom, troops can remain on their bases, out of harm's way, and families can celebrate that their loved one will return safely home. 


Thursday, December 6, 2018

The Return of the Past Presidents

This post would probably be better suited to our Track Our Progress blog, but this week is the funeral of President George H.W. Bush, and he played a very important role in our first government proposal.

It would be very nice to be able to take credit for the plan for the international government, but no one owns the U.S. Constitution, and no one owns the principles of the cooperation of nature, and I am a channel, and nearly every government proposal and book is channeled messages. For the most part, my guides are past kings, queens and presidents who are returning to undo the damage they have done during their lifetimes. As we gather to celebrate the life of George H.W. Bush, we can also look forward to his return.

The first lesson we are learning as a planet is where true power comes from, so imagine the power these men and women had during their lifetimes, but if their power came as the result of power grabs, which go against Universal Law, they eventually faced the backlashes from the games, and their power grab resulted in the loss of power. True power comes from assuming responsibility, and as they led their nations, did they demonstrate greater power in their daily jobs or when they waged war? We watch our presidents and say "now he looks presidential," but what does that really mean? And, as they work to undo the damage they did while in power to bring world peace, this may be when they demonstrate their greatest power.

People around the world see American presidents differently. Some see them as great men and other see them as scoundrels. Our first government proposal is our Exit Strategy for Iraq. President George H.W. Bush waged war on Iraq in the Gulf War to stop Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait. I remember vividly the nighttime missile strikes, where the night was lit up bright as day, and trying to imagine what it would be like for the Iraqi people to be in the receiving end of all those missiles. I remember the hundreds of American tanks rumbling across the desert and the Iraqi soldiers with rifles running from them, throwing down their guns and surrendering. I remember the long line of oil well fires sending up huge plumes of black smoke, and wondering how anyone could put them out. It was a short war, and because of the overwhelming power of the U.S. military, relatively few casualties on both sides. George H.W. Bush waged what could be considered a "neat war,"  and that should have been the end of the matter, but it wasn't. Saddam Hussein was sanctioned, but the sanctions led to the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children, and, according to Wikipedia, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait to protest their slant-drilling into Iraqi oil fields. Saddam Hussein knew that the United States would one day return for the oil, and he started to prepare, and when George W. Bush was elected, his worst fears were manifested.

Our first government proposal addresses the principles of revenge, of how it works and why it doesn't. Five groups of people came together to get revenge on Saddam Hussein. The Gulf War set the stage for the Iraq War, which devolved as a genocide, not a war, and when George W. Bush and Tony Blair drew in the Coalition nations, they played the game of Greed, which led to massacres. That drew in the world leaders, such as President Saleh of Yemen, who played the game of Lust, which triggered the rise of ISIS and slavery, and that brought in the terrorists like Al Qaeda. Ripples of effects have gone out to draw in more and more people, including the War in Yemen and the humanitarian crisis with the starvation of thousands of Yemeni children.

Each of our government proposals addresses a failed American policy. The first is the preemptive strike and regime change. That created a schism in the world known as Armageddon. When Saddam Hussein stood on the principles, it threatened the security and support of George W. Bush, who went down into the power games, and their dispute affected the lives of many average people around the world. Our proposal leads to the creation of an international court system so disputes between nations are resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies wasted on war will go to the people instead, saving lives and resources.

The contingency for our government proposal is that Americans work together to amend our Constitution. When we denied the Iraqi people their unalienable rights to live their lives without interference, under Universal Law, we lost our rights. What we did to Iraq is now happening to us. To regain our power, we must work to undo the damage we have done, just as the past kings, queens are presidents are doing.