This is Armageddon, which means "the silly things people do." The potential independent members of our organization are making their choices and doing some very silly things, running around and creating mayhem rather than to take advantage of the offer to join the World Peace Movement. The Moment of Choice that everyone has is covered in the Armageddon Series, by Seth and Karen Holmes, and several others of our books.
The man had three options, but when the man made his choice to go up and to stand on the principles, the two options that were "straight ahead" and "down" came together to prevent him from being able to apply his choice, and chaos erupted. Each choice from then on was obfuscated.
There is no way of knowing how many people have been squeezed to make their choices as a result of that first choice.
The independent members can come into the organization in several ways, and one is that a child can come and ask for help, and before he or she can be part of the organization, one parent must be willing to share his or her talents and gifts as part of the win-win agreements.
The young man has been dealing with the fact that his mother has been married to two men, and they are brothers. One is the biological father, and the other raised him. He has been torn between the two men, and he loves his mother. He has three choices. Which parent will he choose? Only one of the choices allows everyone to function on a higher level. If he chooses one of the others, no one functions on a higher level. The family knows which parent is the choice that allows everyone to function on a higher level, and the family members must decide whether to defend his choice. They have three options, too.
The choice to participate in the creation of the international government is coming to the point where one family will come in at a time, and the same is occurring with the nations.
The first two proposals are for the United States. The Exit Strategy for Iraq is actually a U.S. economic stimulus plan.