The World Peace Organization for the One World Government

Peace in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia

Blessings to you from the spiritual hierarchy, and from Suzeranda Melchizedek, representing The World Peace Organization for the One World Government.

All parts of self must be in agreement for something to come. For peace to come, each individual on the planet must agree — and particularly within the Middle East, which has been the site of so much conflict over the years — must agree on a plan that will bring peace, and all participants must benefit from the plan.

Our organization is attempting to introduce the concept of an international government that will treat every nation as equals, and will ensure specific rights to individuals so that they can live the life that they would like to live. For peace to come, each country and individual must have a voice in how their government functions and how the international government functions also.

At the present time within the Middle East, as this proposal is being introduced*, the United States is attempting to intimidate Iraq and the government of Saddam Hussein into participating with an overall plan proposed by the U.S. government, by George Bush. At the same time it is becoming apparent within the United Nations, while Saddam Hussein may not be an individual that people can agree with and can sympathize with, to attempt to intimidate him will get no one anywhere.

The United States is pushing for him to comply with U.N. resolutions, but at a certain point of time it will become apparent that no matter how much he attempts to comply with regulations, because the line is arbitrary for what he must docomply with, it will be basically impossible for him to do so. It would appear that ulterior motives are behind this, and that the governments of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia will benefit in the long run by a change of regime within that country. It would appear that to allow this to go forward that it would be in the best interest of these two nations to comply with the U.N. mandate.

There is a Universal Law that what you do to another will be done to you. For world peace to come, it is necessary for every country to be able to express its own creativity and to be autonomous in what they create. We have a right given to us by the Creator of us all, to create whatever it is that we desire, so long as we do not interfere with anyone else to do exactly the same thing. If we attempt to force an issue, and you can see this in any aspect of life, the more we attempt to control something, the more it has a tendency to introduce chaos into the system, and it is only when we retreat from this endeavor that things have a way of sorting themselves out.

As George Bush attempts to force his will upon Saddam Hussein, while it appears that it may benefit all people, in the long run it can only bring more discord into the Middle East. You could say that to allow any individual or country to have more power than another, where does this line stop? Is it an arbitrary line or have the rules been established to allow more chaos into the situation?

For peace to come, each nation and each individual must be able to express its creativity and its own culture, and each culture within the Middle East has unique characteristics that enable it to create a niche concept. What our organization is proposing, and is attempting to introduce, is the concept of an international government that will uphold the right of every nation and every individual to do exactly this — to live the life that they would like to live so long as it doesn’t interfere with the right of anyone else to do the same. This is a right given to us by our Creator that we are attempting to introduce.

Before I continue with the benefits of participating with this plan — if Saddam Hussein is allowed to have free rein to create whatever it is that he would like, what do you think he would create? If he were to abide by this concept and only work inside of his own government and not attempt to attack or coerce any other country, wouldn’t this allow peace in the Middle East to come? If the efforts and attentions of every country in the Middle East were directed into themselves to create this lifestyle, don’t you think it would enable peace to come?

If each nation in the Middle East were to be treated fairly and equally in an international government, and there was no need for a defensive position, and instead of competing on a military basis for power and prestige in the international arena, and disputes were settled in a court system rather than the military field, and that a Department of Natural Resources in this proposed government and a Department of Commerce would make sure that each country and its natural resources were maintained at their highest levels, then peace can come to this region. We are proposing that an international government be based on fair and equitable practices, and as I said, its purpose would be to enable each individual and each country to live the life that they would like to live.

The final thing I would like to bring up this evening is the concept of commerce and creating a niche idea.

Your nation has vast natural resources in the form of oil, and you have the capacity, by maintaining these at the highest level, to have a lifestyle that is very high. If you did not have to import products in exchange for oil, you could have a lifestyle that was beyond what anyone on the planet has ever hoped to achieve. At the same time, because the climate in your country is very harsh, and living conditions for your population is difficult outside of civilized areas due to the extreme weather conditions and weather patterns, it makes you dependent on other countries to maintain this lifestyle.

In the near future there are going to be inventions coming out that are going to make it possible, as this sense of creativity comes out and people are allowed to do this, that it is going to make life within your desert regions possible, and for you to grow your own crops and to create more of a sense of equality with other countries without such a sense of extremes within your country. At the same time, some of these inventions are going to enable a source of energy that is not dependent on oil. You could, in the future, find yourself, should these inventions become widespread, in a situation where the populations of the world, who in the past were so dependent on your oil, suddenly do not need it so much. That they will be finding other sources for their energy productions. Should this occur, that price of oil could fall as supply and demand equalize, you might find yourself in a situation where you do not have the capacity to bring in so much income from your oil reserves as in the past.

As you work with the proposed Department of Commerce that we intend to introduce into the international government, and also the Department of Natural Resources, they will find markets for you and enable you to keep your economy at the level that it is now, or even higher.

I would like to tell you that one of the inventions that is about to be introduced involves using oil to create materials that are very beautiful and fine, and rather than burning up the oil in internal combustion engines, the chemists and researchers will find new uses for oil. While automobiles may be going one direction, not needing your oil production, you also might find yourself not needing to produce such large quantities, but that it will be in demand for other products. The more flexible you are in allowing these inventions to come out, depending more of the Departments of Commerce and Natural Resources in the international government to maintain your lifestyle, and standing on the right for you to have the lives that you would like as your populations chooses, and to express your culture in the way that you wish, this government will enable you to grow and progress into areas that you never conceived were possible before. But, if you attempt to hold things in a pattern that does not allow for change, then you will find possibly, that your economy will suffer from this.

At the present time, the price for a barrel of oil has mandates through OPEC in order to establish a certain stable economy in your country, by maintaining a stable flow of oil out into the rest of the world. By manipulating production, you can create a stable economy. But as these concepts are introduced, it will be harder and harder to hold something in a sense of stability, and to depend on what was in the past does not allow for this change to come.

You will find that this international government and its departments will work with you on many different levels. The environment, for example; they will enable you to work to ensure that even the extremes of pollution that were introduced into your environment by the Gulf War, when the oil well fires occurred, they have the capacity to clean the environmental damage that occurred. Also, this government has the capacity to work with you to desalinate sea water in order for you to have drinking water that is very acceptable to you peoples.

The last thing to approach is the economy of the Middle East and its dependence on OPEC to create this market. OPEC will be a thing of the past as this international government functions. In a way, it will create a higher level of functioning because all the countries will work on a give and take basis to maintain this international government, and on a global basis, the economy will stabilize.

At the present time, it is impossible to predict from year to year how oil prices will rise or fall, and when war looms, in our own country people have a tendency to hoard oil, and gas prices go up, as is occurring in our own area now on the west coast of the United States. Gasoline prices per gallon have risen as much as US$1.00 in the last two or three months and it is becoming prohibitive for people to drive the cars that get poor gas mileage as the prices go up. It has been popular in the United States to purchase automobiles that get very poor gas mileage, and driving a short distance can be extremely expensive. At the same time, our economy is floundering, and people will find it more and more difficult, should this continue on, to drive at all. The backlash on Detroit, who is manufacturing these cars, will become apparent shortly. When your automobile only gets ten miles to the gallon and it is costing US$2.35 for a gallon of gas, travel becomes prohibitive. There will be a great backlash shortly.

The final thing this evening is, as OPEC is working to control gas prices — and this is going on related to the war efforts and to Saddam Hussein — in a short period of time the protest will also backlash against the oil producing countries and the State of Alaska as this comes about.

I recommend as the head of an organization relating to world peace that the past ways of doing business be looked at very carefully because people are realizing that what we tolerated in the past no longer suits us, and we would like to instate something that suits us better. If the industries that feel the brunt of this backlash cannot recoil from this in a manner that enables all people to live in peace, then other alternatives will be found. So be it and so it is.

For peace to come all people must be able to live the life that they would like to live, and in your country, there are several conditions that must be met before peace can come.

In a monarchy, to approach the international government is going to take justification for the change. You could say that people are going to question how you could have a monarchy and a democracy at the same time. You have hereditary succession from leader to leader and how you approach the election process, where everybody will be treated fairly and equally, will take some thought. I recommend that you begin to consider very carefully how the power structure within your government is going to work with this.

Our organization has the capacity to help you make this transition peacefully and to the highest good for all people. We teach classes that enable the people within your country to begin to create that life.

Now one thing to be aware of, if you choose to participate in this international government, it is going to take a process possibly more so in your country than any other, in order to bring this form of government about. You could say that in a democracy there is already the government structure necessary to create this international government, but at the same time, even the United States, which has a government based on fair and equitable practices, this government will see change also, but just not perhaps as much as yours.

Within a monarchy it is going to entail, just like a dictatorship, splitting the duties of office and being out of the country for a year’s time period. You could elect officials to take care of this, or you could create a board like a parliament to handle legislation within the country. You could set aside individuals with plenipotentiary powers in order to represent your country. But the highest form of representation would be to allow an election process to occur in order to bring change to your country, because change is inevitable. You will discover, if you attempt to hold change in check, that it will be much harder to move into this new millennium. The reason for this is that this government is going to be based on fair and equitable practices, and it is going to ensure the rights of your people to be able to create the life that they choose.

In the legislative branch, each of the countries, and the power that they have on an international basis, is going to be based on population. The legislative branch that we recommend be created--not a unicameral legislature, because where there is a great diversity between the countries, with some having large populations and some small, that it does not ensure equal representation across the planet, and each country, depending on what the representation is based on, will not have fair and equal representation. So, just as in the United States government, that has been functioning and creating a sense of peace and equality for over two hundred years, we are recommending that a similar legislative branch, with a similar set up be instated in this international government.

The House of Representatives that determines laws based on the will of the people is based on population. This matters a great deal to large, industrialized countries where the population is very dense. But at the same time a country with a small population has more power in the Senate, because it is based on each nation having an equal representation, and the Senate writes the laws based on the rights of the people. So whether your country is large or small it makes no difference, it is the fact that your culture is respected.

The executive branch, and this is where in a monarchy there could be some difficulty in choosing how your country is going to be represented--and the reason for this is that all the nations will send a president and a vice president to participate and they will vote on legislation as it comes from the legislative branch, and decide if the laws coming are "executable" or workable. That means that your representation is going to have a profound effect on your country. As you send these individuals they must stand for the rights of your people.

At the present time, in a monarchy, the people, you could say, serve the government and maintain the royal family, although this could be something that could be disagreed with from the standpoint of being the servant of the people. But it is the will of the ruling class that decides how your country is governed, whether it is the will of the people that takes second place. But a wise ruler will govern according to the will of the people, but make the final choice.

A despotic ruler, rules entirely, and you could say that Saddam Hussein is a despotic ruler and rules entirely according to his will, and stays in power by the degree of control he can maintain by force. But any time you attempt to rule by force, it can only last for a short period of time because this contradicts the intent of Universal Law to treat all people fairly and equally, and to give each individual an opportunity to live the life they choose. There is always a balancing effect.

I the court system that I will discuss next, there will be Local Courts across each continent, and the nations that find themselves in conflict with another country and feel that they have been intimidated, will be able to take this offending country to court and for it to be tried in a fair and equal manner.

If in a monarchy you do not bring in the concept of treating all fairly and equally, it will be hard for your government to look at issues in a fair and equal manner, transmitting the rights your populations have from one arena to the next. For example, if you were adjudicating a dispute between Iraq and Iran in the Local Court system, and in the past you have attempted to maneuver, as a ruling class, this relationship in order to bring about a sense of prosperity to your own country through OPEC, if your people see that fair and equitable practices must be allowed, how will you approach this? Will you create discord within your own country by finding yourselves going a different direction than your population, as a ruling family?

The final thing is the Supreme Court. This court in the era of the international government will look at laws within the international arena to see and decide if they are constitutional, depending on how the legislative branch and executive branch create laws and execute them. If an individual decides that he or she is being treated unfairly, that one of the laws is contrary or conflicting with the intent of the law, and there is a problem that comes from this, and he feels that this law should be looked at, he can take th international government to the Supreme Court and have the issue looked at. In a monarchy, for you to have one set of laws that contradict as a nation the rights that an individual has to approach the international government, but they cannot approach their national government, then there will be conflict within your population.

It behooves you to consider, and weigh carefully, the benefits that will come to your country by participating in this international government. These benefits are, first of all, that your country will be able to prosper, and to benefit from the departments of the international government, their advice that they can provide for you on maintaining your natural resources on into the new millennium. Also, their advice on how to create an international presence in this new era of peace, to work with you on international agreements related to foreign policy and affairs. Another thing to consider is that the cost of arms for defense is very expensive, and in the past, it was necessary to provide for your own defense in whatever fashion was possible, and maintain a military presence in the world. But as this international era of peace comes about through the creation of this international government that treats everyone fairly and equally, a military will no longer be necessary, and the monies spent on defense will be diverted to making your own country prosper even higher than it is. It will not be necessary to maintain a defensive status.

But at the same time, one of the rights that the people will be given in this era of peace is the right to leave a country, and if your people decide that they can be treated better somewhere else — in another country that is less restrictive, and provides more rights on a national basis — you will begin to lose power in this international government.

So you see, while Saddam Hussein has nothing to lose by participating in this international government, he has a great deal to gain. His economy has been blockaded for so long and he has not been able to sell his oil on the open market as you have been able to do. It is in his best interest to seriously consider participating in the international government, but whether you as a nation choose to "climb on the bandwagon", which is a phrase in our country which means "participating wholeheartedly in this," that remains to be seen.

Our organization has the capacity to teach classes, and we offer our services as advisors to help each country that participates in this international government, to teach them how to set up this government structure. Should you desire our services, we will come to show you how to do this. We do not force our opinions or our goals on a government; we just look at things from a different perspective and allow those who have the power to make policy for their country to choose what is in their best interest.

©Copyrights 2012, Karen Holmes