Friday, December 23, 2016

As ripples of nations support the plan, they trigger crises in the next ripple

The first nations to support the plan for the international government are those who have been declared Axis of Evil nations. The judgment against them put them into a crisis situation where they were not treated fairly and equally by the industrialized nations. Their support for the plan put the next ripple of nations into a crisis situation, and they are the nations where "economic hit men" have gone in to take advantage of the people.

The support by those nations that have been targeted economically puts the next ripple into crisis, and they are the world leaders who are trapped, and can't let go of what they are holding onto.

We are now addressing a series of archetypical crises--allegorical stories--that are leading to sociological crises.  We refer to them as Crisis in the Family.

On a parallel level, we are introducing the plan for the international government, and our organization has two parts--the inventors and the investors. As our independent members announce their support for the plan for the international government, it triggers a crisis in their family. There is a Family Plan segment, also, and that allows us to address the Crises in the Family issues by playing out the allegorical stories.

The solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest, and that is to join the organization or the plan for the international government. The plan must be able to solve all the problems.

The archetypical White Witch is a sociopath who believes he or she has the capacity to outsmart all opponents. The is based on the idea of the inverted triangles, where he or she has the wider perspective based on covert and overt actions and all opponents have a limited perspective on the power games that are played on them, like cat and mouse. The opposing triangle is that the sociopath is functioning outside of his or her capacity, and those who understand the power games are profiling the sociopath, who cannot be convinced that what he or she is doing won't help them get their life.

As C.S. Lewis said in the Narnia Series, "Behind every story is a White Witch."

As the White Witch plays his or her oppressive power games, it backs people into the corner and triggers them to turn around and come into the organization or the framework based on the principles of the cooperation of nature.