Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Out of Three Options, Which Court Will Trump Choose?

Donald Trump has resisted the creation of the proposed international government, but by doing so, he has backed himself further into a corner.

The impeachment trial in the Senate last winter was the culmination of the Mueller investigation and the House investigation, but with the help of his Republican supporters in the Senate, Donald Trump was acquitted. The trial is over, but there are additional articles of impeachment that can be added to the list. They can spill over into the federal courts after he is out of office. They back him into the corner because he cannot keep running for office to avoid prosecution.

Donald Trump is now facing charges by the International Criminal Court, but because the United States is not a signatory of the international courts, he is fighting international charges as president, but he is an international businessman, and his brand is his source of income, and there, too, the anger against him is growing. The charges back him into the corner, too.

These are two untenable choices. Trump has been breaking constitutional, federal, and now international law, and the charges won't go away, and because the United States is not a signatory of the International Courts, the anger against the United States keeps rising.

When you are backed into a corner, you have two untenable options, and the unseen third option is to do what is in everyone's best interest. That third option is to agree to the creation of the proposed international government with its court system based on Universal Law. Donald Trump knows about the plan for the international government, but resists the plan. He is coming to the point where he has only one option--the creation of the proposed international government. Putting himself first won't get him out of his crisis.

Mankind is facing a very difficult test. For world peace to come, every person on the planet has been exposed to Universal Law, but not all accept it or even understand its potential to enable us to create the life we want. We can face the backlashes as a form of punishment or use it as a tool that enables us to make remarkable progress in creating the life we want. To get out of any crisis, we can just do to others what we would want for ourselves. Each of us must give up the power games and turn around and do what is in everyone's best interest.

The Exit Strategy for Iraq enables George W. Bush to gracefully extricate himself from such a dilemma, where instead of doing what was in everyone's best interest, he surged ahead. Now, he is being offered the opportunity to go through conflict resolution and unification to end the conflict in a way that benefits everyone. He sets the stage for the creation of the international government, and his trial with one of Saddam Hussein's lieutenants enables them together to step off the international stage as two kings. Going back to the ancient  rites at Stonehenge, enable these rites to propel mankind into the future where peace is not just a dream, but a reality.

Which court will Trump choose?