Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Before world peace can come...

Before world peace can come, every person on the planet must be able to create his or her life without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in their government. Until mankind gives up the power games, world peace is impossible.

But, world peace is not only possible, it is probable because we are working our way through the planning process, and each time around the planning circle, it goes from possible, to probable, to likely.

Before world peace can come, mankind must address where true power comes from. Can you gain in power and prestige by playing power games?

People must be squeezed to let go of the power games. They go against Universal Law, so there is always a backlash to the games. When they reach their ultimate conclusion, they achieve the opposite effect.

Grabs for power always lead to a loss of power, but at first it seems to work because it takes a long time to see the effects. At the end of the cycle, the backlash is immediate.

A good example of this is power game of regime change. The United States has toppled many governments and it has seemed like it works to enable our country to get power, prestige, control of natural resources and a foothold in strategic locations in the world. The game reached its ultimate conclusion when George W. Bush preemptively invaded Iraq, as part of an act of revenge against Saddam Hussein. Because he was attempting to comply with UN sanctions by destroying WMD, he was innocent of the charges against him. The invasion is now seen as a grab for power by George W. Bush, and Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Was it a power play? Imagine that you bring together a "coalition of the willing," and everyone plays a favorite power game. You seem to be unifying the entire planet against one individual, and everyone seems to have the same goal. But, how can the terrorists that want to tear apart the United States have the same goal as the people of the United States? Revenge is a means to an end, and no one has the same goal.

The principles of where true power comes from is found in our Power Series booklets, starting with "The Pentacle of Power," by Lady Gaia, the female aspect of God. She explains how revenge works and why it doesn't--that no one has the same goal so everyone is undermining each other. In the Bible, it says "Vengeance is mine, sayeth the Lord." Revenge goes against Universal Law, which is immutable. It affects every person on the planet.

The Exit Strategy for Iraq is a U.S. economic stimulus plan. It plugs the drain on the U.S. economy to the Middle East. The principles associated with this proposal can be found on the first page of the technology segment of our catalog, because technology addresses the application of the plan and includes coming up with a plot to get revenge and using technology as a weapon rather than to benefit mankind.

True power comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage you and others have done.

The contingency for the Exit Strategy for Iraq is that The United States assume responsibility to undo the damage caused by the Iraq Genocide by withdrawing from Iraq based on the Exit Strategy for Iraq, and because it was an act of revenge that took away the inalienable rights of the Iraqi people to live their lives without interference, to keep our own inalienable rights granted to all Americans under our Constitution, we must work to guarantee the same inalienable rights to all people. America must amend our Constitution to create the international government, which is the U.S. Constitutional Amendment project. Then American can Walk the Rainbow to create the international government and world peace.