Chapter Nine - World Nations Transition to Twenty First Century Constitutional Republic Forms of Government

Chapter Nine-World Nations Transition to Twenty First century Constitutional Republic Forms of Government.     04-03-16

The Founding Fathers knew the birth of the Constitution and the principles it stood for would bring freedom, prosperity, and peace to the American people. They were right. The United States grew to become a symbol of hope for all world citizens seeking freedom. They believed this Constitution and it's principles would be exported to other nations and eventually would bring universal peace. Unfortunately, the burden of meeting constitutional responsibilities and related principles became unbearable and the United States government and citizens chose a much easier path. As decades passed the nation turned to addictive partisan politics that allowed and met the self-gratification needs of all political parties. Now the Constitution and related principles lie hidden in the shadows as the nation sinks into despair. It is difficult to export a constitutional republic form of government deserted by its own people.

Any attempt to unify world nations is greeted with fear followed by anger and rejection. Such an endeavor would require an internationally powerful nation respected for its governance, economic and military power, stability, and integrity. There is no nation that can qualify. Such a nation must emerge. Chapter Seven, United States Mission Statement proposes a mission leading to the development of a qualifying nation. Hopefully, many other nations will strive for the same goal. Any nation seeking to unify world nations should consider adopting the following recommendations:

Earn the support and respect of national and world citizens.

Recognize and be knowledgeable of other nations.

Be a good neighbor to underdeveloped nations and help them help themselves. Their success uplifts us.Each nation can adopt a constitutional republic form of government and still maintain their national sovereignty.

 A union of nations can adopt an international constitutional republic to strengthen their capability to conserve human and natural resources to meet existing and future challenges. No nation should wait on another to succeed. Start that quest now.

We enter the twenty first century facing perilous challenges. These challenges could and should have been confronted and resolved long ago. A unity of nations working together could have avoided needless and damaging conflicts and chaos. We may still have time and resources necessary to achieve worldwide freedom, prosperity, and peace. By now, we must realize that dysfunctional nations working alone cannot resolve twenty first century challenges. A union of nations pursuing universal peace while sharing human, natural, and technological resources can achieve freedom, prosperity, and peace. There is no optional path. Humankind is composed of differing faiths. Each faith defines specific doctrine, rituals, and boundaries that must be followed in order to meet God's expectations and gain his gift of eternal life after death. Non-believers are those that accept the concept of evolution as defined by science and acknowledge that the source of energy driving the universe is beyond human understanding. The primary goal of both beliefs is to meet perceived human a expectations. Neither benefit if the end result is continued conflict, chaos, and desecration of an environment that is our single link to survival. A world citizen mission is necessary to establish and implement a universal constitutional republic form of government, with appropriate checks and balances, to provide freedom, prosperity, and peace for all world nations and citizens of all cultures, races, and beliefs.

Our natural innate senses tells us when our relationship to our envionment and one another is out of balance. We come to realize these relationships are vital to our personal well being. Healthy family, friends, and communities, world wide, are vital to enduring nations and civilizations. Justly or not, all nations acknowledge that the United States has the greatest potential to become a nation that can demonstrate what living within the boundaries of a Constitution, a constitutional republic, brings. 

Twenty First Century Tribes:

The age of innocence on planet earth ended with the emergence of primitive tribes-now, known as Homo sapient. For centuries primitive tribes evolved with no desecration of the planet. Today, most powerful tribes participate in the desecration of the planet. All tribes suffer as a result of this desecration. As centuries passed, primitive tribes transitioned to villages-provinces-kingdoms and nations. Overtime, advancing tribes evolved primitive gods, sects, beliefs, and rituals that exist to this day. Now, all tribes confront advances in science and technology that leave them in doubt of the future. Future planning must address the danger of drifting too far from our ability to live in harmony with our natural environment. Those tribes that cling to the past are finding it difficult to straddle primitive and twenty first century tribes. Tribes differ, become alienated, and divide. All tribes are racked with internal tribal disputes. Conflict, chaos, and genocide circle the planet. Civilization is a gyro of continuous anxiety. Environmental challenges threaten to disallow life on the planet. The scientific community warns us that conflict between faith in gods versus advances in science and technology threaten a planet that may soon disallow life. 

Looking back on history, we realize civilization has always adapted to the whims of world tribes. National governments come and go-disruptive tribes exist forever.

 
 
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