Monday, October 9, 2017

Change Coming for Track Our Progress

Our organization is announcing a minor change to the Track Our Progress planning for the first year. We are moving North Korea to the last column.

If you think of the eight nations each year that receive government proposals as a team, all with something in common, when the last one comes in, they all come in. The first eight nations all fell into crisis due to a sense of judgment. The rising conflict now between the Trump administration and Kim Jong Un is demonstrating that no one on the planet wants to be dragged into a nuclear war, so as Kim Jong Un comes into the debate, he will draw in all the other first year nations. The plan for the international government is a "universal" diplomatic solution because it benefits everyone. We all know what we don't want, and now it is time to decide what we do want.

It has taken five years to go through the plan on the mental level, and now we can start to make the plan a reality by taking it to the physical level.

The first proposal is the Exit Strategy for Iraq. It leads to the creation of an international court system based on Universal Law where disputes between nations are resolved in court, and the monies wasted on war go to the people instead.