Saturday, January 28, 2017
The lessons mankind is working to learn now
World peace is a new idea. In the history of the planet, mankind has never experienced it before. Imagine, the entire planet living in peace. Maybe the only person who could have imagined living in peace was John Lennon.
The plan for the international government is based on two proven ideas, so it is not that hard to imagine taking the next logical step, to apply what already exists within the United States to the entire planet. Americans know that the last war between the states was in the 1860s, and since then, every dispute between the states was settled in court.
This is what makes the plan seem so simple and logical, but what makes it so difficult is that the old paradigm is based on power games, and people won't willingly let go of the games until forced to do so. You cannot change what someone believes. We all live in the illusion of the third dimension, and making the change is like convincing a diabetic to let go of diabetes, or a drug addict to let go of heroin addiction, or a homeless person to rebuild his or her entire life again. The transition is tough, but once enough people understand the process, it will be far easier for the people who follow.
Mankind has been headed off course for a long time, and at the point of realization that you are lost, the path you are on seems so logical.
Each plan has a rationale, or why make any changes? Then, you must understand the root cause of the crisis. Then you create the plan, and it must address the root cause of the crisis or it makes it worse. Then, every plan has a contingency.
The rationale for the plan for world peace is the existing international structure cannot end or prevent wars, and the ultimate conclusion for depending on it is that mankind is on the proverbial slippery slope, or we can devolve into a global conflict that becomes a feud. The root cause of the crisis is the power games that people and governments play, and because the games go against Universal Law of Cause and Effect, there is always a backlash to the games. For each step forward, you take two steps backwards.
The ultimate conclusion of the power games occurs when the player of the games targets an innocent person, and that occurred on a global level when George W. Bush justified his preemptive strike on Iraq. The conflict devolved as a genocide, and it sent off ripples of effects that have drawn in every person on the planet. Mankind reached the worst case scenario for the planet. A conflict that cannot be resolved by the existing international structure.
The Catholic Church teaches its followers about the Seven Deadly Sins, and they are deadly because at the ultimate conclusion of the games, someone dies. The games leads to War, Genocide, Massacres, Slavery, Terrorism, Famine and Poverty. On the individual level, they lead to aging, cancer, strokes, financial collapse, heart attacks, homelessness...
The first step in the planning is the Exit Strategy for Iraq, and its contingency is that the United States will assume responsibility to undo the damage that has been done by working to amend the Constitution to create the additional layer of government over what already exists.
You have heard all this before. The planning was introduced in Spring of 2012. The contingency has not yet been met for the plan to go forward.
That being said, the United States is spiraling down into acts of revenge, and our Light Source Invention demonstrates that we have entered into a time when open acts of violence are close at hand. The first cycle was the George W. Bush administration, which created a schism between the Republicans and Democrats, and the second cycle was the Obama administration, whose policy did not heal the schism, and now the third cycle is the Trump presidency, which is taking the wave action even more extreme.
This same effect occurred in the DRCongo, between the Hutus and Tutsis, and in Iraq between the Sunnis and the Shia. Now we are facing the same schism between the Republicans and the Democrats.
Is revenge sweet, if it means that it devolves into a genocide? The lesson mankind is learning now involves revenge, how it works and why it doesn't work, and how it unravels. We are learning about power games and what happens when you grab for power, where power comes from, abuse of power, and the backlashes of Universal Law, and the Seven Deadly Sins, and how to turn around from a crisis by doing what is in everyone's best interest. We are looking at unification (is it unification if one person expects everyone to get in line behind him?) and conflict resolution.
The Exit Strategy for Iraq is not the first step in the creation of the international government. It is more like cleaning up the mess you made before you move out of your house and start your new life. If you don't deal with the mess, you carry it with you, and wars and genocides are something mankind must leave behind.