Monday, May 22, 2017

World Peace

The plan for the international government has gone out and has continued to spread to draw in many people on every level. The first two government proposals are for the United States, but the present administration has their own agenda, and so our focus will shift from the United States to the entire diplomatic community through our "World Peace" newsletters to the embassies and to the general public.

The United States does not have to participate for the international government to be created. This shift helps to take the burden off the US government for making the decision, and helps nations that have received their proposals and have seen the benefits of participation in the plan from facing resistance from those who rely on the existing structure for their security and support.

Within our organization, the same resistance is preventing people who like the plan from coming to participate. Therefore, we are letting go of the idea that certain people have been selected to participate in this grand endeavor, and considering that what unifies everyone is that everyone is in crisis. The contingency for the Exit Strategy for Iraq is that the United States government agree to amend our Constitution through an Article V amendment convention, but the resistance has been so great that the family that is parallel to the United States is being blocked from coming.

This has been a time of war within our organization, and what people who have been dragged into a war lack is a sense of equality, and so that is the first principle to address. Unification and conflict resolution are "two sides of the same proverbial coin," and so you can't have one without the other.

Unification comes first.