Sunday, October 18, 2020

Why is Israel not part of our Peace in the Middle East agenda?

 The Trump administration is proud of their Peace in the Middle East plan, touting it as an historical accomplishment. Israel is the focus of their plan, and by creating a sense of prosperity in Israel peace can come. 

In previous posts, I wrote that the Fourth Element creates a sense of stability, and that in the Middle East, the principles of Buddhism stabilizes the Middle East, but that Buddhism is not based on investments but on making win-win agreements that build trust and set the stage for future agreements. The first win-win agreement is not between Israel and the UAE, but between Iraq and the United States. 

The United States has sixty main failed policies that have seemed to work, but because they are not based on the principles, they have been reaching their ultimate conclusion by backing the United States into the corner. We are 180 degrees from where we think we are, holding onto nations that can't help us and pushing away those who can. We consider our allies to be nations that are our competitors, and the third world nations are more like bank accounts and we wage to gain control of natural resources and strategic locations around the world. 

Peace in the Middle East has been elusive because it has focused on Israel. The answer seems simple when viewed in modern times, just create a sense of prosperity in the region and it ends the conflicts, but its history must not be forgotten because it includes being enslaved by the Egyptians, and being considered the Chosen people of the religion of Judaism. These historical events have created loops--cycles--that must be resolved, and this is the time to do it because all the cycles came to an end from 2008 to 2012.   

Our first year's proposals focus on eight nations, which exclude Israel,  because they all fell into crisis based on a sense of judgment, and judgment triggers covert and overt actions, denies people our unalienable rights and leads to genocides. Our first focus starts with Iraq, and how the revenge against Saddam Hussein triggered a global genocide, and the United States, which is considered the overview nation, because we are a melting pot of civilizations and cultures, and we have backed ourselves into the proverbial corner with two untenable options. We broke Universal Law and we are facing the backlashes. 

The principle that ends a genocide is Liberty. The preemptive strike on Iraq went against the premise that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty, which is part of the US legal system because no one can defend themselves from prejudice and ulterior motives. (For some people, that represents an opportunity, but there are backlashes to that, too.) Because the Iraq War devolved as a genocide, a global genocide, it deprived the Iraqi people their unalienable rights, and because that went against Universal Law, Americans are losing our unalienable rights. 

We are now looking at power and where it comes from, judgment, covert and overt actions, unalienable rights, revenge, historical influences, and rifts and the cycles of history. We are looking at a huge amount of "stuff" that must be learned before mankind can move forward in our progress. We are all looking at what drags us all to the edge of the abyss. What pegs us to Dante's last wall of Hell. 

Archangel Michael told us at our prayer circle that "the difference between Heaven and Hell is that in Heaven there is a solution to your problem." 

It is not time to focus on Israel. That can wait for a little while. We all have other things to do first. Our first focus is on Iraq and the United States, and failed policy that triggered a global genocide. An overview crisis that affects every person on the planet in some way.