Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Peace Must Come Slowly and in Perfect Order

Our organization has introduced the first set of government proposals, and the first proposal sets the stage for resolving disputes between nations in an international court system. Our letter to the US Supreme Court sets the stage for Universal Law to be the basis for the international legal system, because it can unify the planet. We have sent letters to ambassadors recommending responding to acts of aggression that are backing nations into the proverbial corner by doing what is in everyone's best interest--to take the offenders to court. There is now a diplomatic solution on the table, so acts of aggression can be considered unlawful under international law. 

Not all people recognize yet the legality of the plan for the international government. Many people rely on their old power games and see walking away from a dispute as an opportunity to advance their own agenda. Donald Trump is withdrawing US troops from Syria at the present time, and undermining security in the region. 

No one should let down their defenses during this time of transition. 

The plan for world peace, because it is based on Universal Law, pegs mankind on a very high level, but once the plan was introduced, it created a sense of duality. People either see it as the solution or the problem, with resistance to the plan from those who rely on the old structure for their security and support, and they fell back to playing their favorite power games to maintain control. There is always a backlash to the games, so this is why the first lesson mankind is learning--where true power comes from. Does it come from acts of oppression, or assuming responsibility to undo the damage that has been done? Those who assume responsibility rise in power and those who grab for power lose power and when they meet in the middle, that is when conflict resolution is possible.

Mankind is learning about revenge, how it works and why it doesn't. Revenge brings together people who play five power games--war, genocide, massacres, slavery and terrorism. Two are based on weaving an illusion. When the other three--war, massacres and terrorism--reach their ultimate conclusion, the proverbial pendulum starts to swing back again, but genocides and slavery continue to swing the pendulum further. The ripples of effects continue to go out until someone says stop. The two principles that are lacking are Liberty and Freedom. 

Universal Law stands on seven principles, including Liberty and Freedom. By basing the international courts on these seven principles, it starts to bring the pendulum back to the midpoint where disputes between nations can be resolved. 

World peace must come slowly and in perfect order. The next step is to address revenge, and the power games that swing the pendulum so everyone learns to recognize the games and the ramifications to the games. There can be no sense of judgment because everyone plays the games, and the games are bad, not the people.