Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Now Accepting Plans

All along, I have talked about how the preemptive strike on Iraq back-lashed on the United States--and Tony Blair--and collapsed the US power base, which triggered other world leaders to start to jockey for power to see who will be the next superpower. Several world leaders have seen this as their opportunity to function on a higher level, and instead have gone down by playing their favorite power games.

The games are oppressive to the people, but when they reach their  ultimate conclusion, they become oppressive to the play, because the grab for power leads to the loss of power.

Starting in January of 2008, the power games ended and everyone started to be squeezed by the end of the opportunities to be able to create their life on a higher level. The power games no longer work.

The United States has relied on regime change for a long time, and it seemed to work to gain control of natural resources and strategic locations in the world. Our government relied on a strong military, and diplomacy, and sometimes covert and overt power games, to jockey our way to the top, but the games ended when played on Saddam Hussein and Iraq. All this is addressed in our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal. What is important to understand is that the old structure based on power games no longer work.

If the games don't work, the vital question becomes what will work.

When the plan for the international government went out beyond the prayer circle, there were people who saw this as their opportunity to get their lives on a higher level, and they grabbed for power. They took the power games they were playing to the next level, grabbing for power, too, and the games they have played have been very oppressive to the people. Their grabs for power have not been the opportunity they expected, They are ending up facing the backlashes from the games.

Everyone is being squeezed by the end of the opportunities.

This is unifying the planet. Everyone is being squeezed by the end of the games, but now, what can be done to help people get out of their crisis?

After a crisis, there is a period of triage, of prioritizing everyone's efforts. Some people do well in the crisis, and start to assume responsibility, but others don't, and some people may even still try to take advantage of the situation, thinking only of themselves. People offer solutions, but if their plan doesn't address the root cause of the crisis, it make it worse, which can seem to benefit those who may have manufactured the crisis. The plan addresses the crisis in the family, but also then conflict resolution.

The rationale for the plan for the international government is the crisis that has come from the backlash to the power games.

If we consider the world leaders who have been jockeying for power, how many have a plan that can solve the problems? How many can end wars, stop global warming, pandemics and epidemics, financial crisis, hurricanes and tsunamis? How do we know what is caused by man and what is caused as the result of nature?

What if one individual assumes responsibility for ending all the problems? A king of the world?  What if mankind establishes a level playing field, where everyone is equal, and has a voice in their government, and everyone has a problem and everyone has a solution, and with shared research, solutions will be found?

When we are backed into a dilemma, the solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest. It is in no one's best interest for one individual to be crowned King of the World.

How many plans are there now for getting out of the crisis we are in as a planet? For it to be accepted, it must already be in existence, working to solve the problems, at whatever level.