Monday, February 26, 2007

World Democracy

I have an idea... ;-)

US Drawing Up Plan To Bomb Iran

US Generals Will Resign If Bush Orders Attack On Iran

We hear a lot of talk about democracy and a new world order, and in the background of a one world government. Well, why wait. Lets do it now. From the people, for the people and for the earth.

Let's have democracy. But not national democracy. Lets have world democracy, and lets start right now. As an attack on Iran will effect all the peoples of the world, then lets have a democratic vote on whether all the peoples of the world want the US to bomb Iran. National decisions within a country effect that country, but international decision outside a country effect all people.

We don't really have a democracy dealing with international events. This is true democracy at work, and this is the new world order - a single planetary decision making body: The People. If the people of the earth want wars, then so be it. If the people of all countries want an end to wars, then so be it. As we are all sharing this planet, and as we will all be effected by wars, then lets all have a democratic world vote on the actions that effect all people of the earth.

America announced the emergence of a new world order? Let the people of the earth decide. There is your immediate new world order. A world democratic body deciding world events. Do people want war? Do people want the US to bomb Iran? The same applies to all countries. The people decide we want peace and all countries lay down their weapons and live in peace.

Iran can stop the Nuclear developments and the rest of the world can stop the nuclear developments also. If the people of the world democratically decide that all countries put an end to nuclear weapons and nuclear installations... then that is world democracy at work. It is very simple to work together and decide to put an end to wars, to put an end to fighting, to make all weapons illegal and to resolve our differences around the table with a sense of order and human dignity. Why not!

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