Monday, May 29, 2017

Equality Under International Law

Our organization has an agenda, and each of the government
proposals is a point in our agenda. The first is Equality Under International Law.

The first requirement for conflict resolution is that all parts must be considered equal. There is conflict across the planet because the existing international structure doesn't treat all nations fairly and equally. Logically, the existing structure cannot bring peace.

If all nations are not considered equal within the existing structure, that sets the stage for wars, which are started by people who believe they are more important than others, and therefore have the right to put others down.. People who are dragged into wars lack equality, and it is the principle so that when instated, it ends the war.

Wars are based on the power game of Pride, which sets the first stage of revenge.

Mankind is therefore looking at the fact that for peace to come, all nations must be treated fairly and equally. That is one of the unalienable rights granted to us by the Creator of us all, who has created this planet based on Universal Law.

The legal system of the proposed international government is based on Universal Law, and therefore must treat all people fairly and equally, and leave no one out of the plan, or we leave ourselves out of the plan.

In our surveys, the first question is always, "is the existing structure adequate?" Is it solving the problems? Is there need for change or is what we already have working?

Does the existing structure treat all people fairly and equally? If not, what will? Is our plan better than other plans that are being debated? How many of the plans grant equality under international law?