A Holistic Common Sense Structure for the Liberation of All without War Through the New Foundation for the New World Vision

Humans * Animals * Environment * A Unity in Diversity Honoring the Truth of The Oneness  of All Life through Compassion, Humanity , Equality, Prosperity and Respect

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A New World in This Generation
 for the Next 7 Generations

The Planetization Structure, Blueprint and Plan Provides
 the New Coordinates and Scaffold to Change the World

The Military and Corporate Evil
A Cancer on the Earth!

"Scum"  1. A filmy layer of extraneous or impure matter that forms on or rises to the surface of a liquid or body of water. 2. The refuse or dross of molten metals. 3. Refuse or worthless matter

Crimes Against Humanity and the Natural Earth


Bad People Say:  "Congress Irrelevant on War"


A Light Bulb Moment for Humanity:  War is Not A Good Thing


"American preachers have a task more difficult, perhaps, than those faced by us under South Africa's apartheid, or Christians under Communism.

"We had obvious evils to engage; you have to unwrap your culture from years of red, white and blue myth. You have to expose, and confront, the great disconnect between the kindness, compassion and caring of most American people, and the ruthless way American power is experienced, directly and indirectly, by the poor of the earth.

"You have to help good people see how they have let their institutions do their sinning for them. This is not easy among people who really believe that their country does nothing but good, but it is necessary, not only for their future, but for us all.

"All around the world there are those who long to see your human goodness translated into a different, more compassionate way of relating with the rest of this bleeding planet."

Peter Storey, former president of the Methodist Church of South Africa

What is Happening to All People:  Both "The Warred On"
And "The Warring"



(1)  Torture and Brutality

America's Worst


(2) Suicides and Maiming

Iraq Holocaust Surpasses Nazi Holocaust;
 US Uses Nuclear Weapons; Over 1 Million US Troops Disabled, 73,000 Dead


(3) Destroying Communities and Livelihoods for Bases


(4) Raping of Women

A Silent (Soul Killing) Mantra

"One, two, three four. Every night we pray for war.  Five, six, seven, eight.
 Rape. Kill. Mutilate."



(5) Toxic Poisoning

* Earth

The world's largest polluter, the U.S. military, generates 750,000 tons of toxic waste material annually, more than the five largest chemical companies in the U.S. combined. This pollution occurs globally as the U.S. maintains bases in dozens countries. In the U.S. there are 27,000 toxic hot spots on 8,500 military properties inside Washington's Fairchild Air Force Base is the number one producer of hazardous waste, generating over 13 million pounds of waste in 1997. Not only is the military emitting toxic material directly into the air and water, it's poisoning the land of nearby communities resulting in increased rates of cancer, kidney disease, increasing birth defects, low birth weight, and miscarriage.

Military Poisoning Food Supply


And Rest of Planet



Narrow Visioned War Mad Idiots Messing with the Planet's
 Natural Climate Systems

“Between Two Ages” : 'Technology will make available to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised….techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.'


* People


(6)  Enemy to The People and Freedom


* Domestic


* Abroad


Thinking About Our Taxes


"Dante once said that the hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in a period of moral crisis maintain their neutrality" -- John F. Kennedy

Support the Troops That Refuse

Colonel Ann Wright, US Army (ret.)

Former US diplomat and author

What’s it going to take to end the illegal and unjust war and occupation of Iraq? I believe a critical part of the answer is support for the troops who refuse.

I served 29 years in the US Army/Army Reserves. When my government attacked Iraq, I was one of three US diplomats to resign in protest. I resigned my career on principle. Today, I fully support US military personnel who, in acts of conscience, refuse to fight in wars of aggression.

As a retired US Army Colonel, I know very well that the military depends on the obedience of its service members. On the other hand, I’ve spoken with many international law professors, attorneys, and military personnel who have unequivocally concluded that our government’s attack on Iraq—an oil-rich, Arab, Muslim country that had not attacked the US—was illegal and unjustified. I agree.

Last year I testified in Iraq War objector Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada’s Article 32 (pre-court-martial) proceeding. I explained to the military hearing officer that our soldiers do have a responsibility to refuse to participate in illegal actions, and a war of aggression is an illegal action—in fact, it is a war crime. Any soldier, sailor, airperson or marine who comes to this same conclusion most certainly should have the right to refuse. By law and military regulation, they are actually duty bound to refuse. It is this duty that is at the heart of the actions taken by most resisters.

Some General officers on active duty during the Iraq invasion and occupation have spoken out publicly—but after their retirements. So far it’s been our younger servicepersons who have risked their reputations, careers, and possibly their freedoms in challenging illegal orders and policy. Taking a stand of conscience while in the military requires courage and bravery. I believe we must uphold—and dare I say, encourage—these acts.

Some resisters are speaking the truth while remaining in the military. Others refuse to continue to participate in military service altogether and face the consequences of that decision, whether it be a court martial or living in another country away from family and friends.

I have traveled to Canada several times to meet with our war resisters who have sought sanctuary there. I know it means a lot to them knowing that people back home support them as well.

I hope everyone who is against this war will support Courage to Resist. It is an organization that provides crucial help to the men and women of our military who resist illegal war, while also organizing a powerful movement of civilian support for this resistance.

Ann Wright
March 5, 2005

A Different World is Possible


IMAGINE a planet-wide system built for PERPETUAL PEACE, and no longer for PERPETUAL WAR

PLANETIZATION is that system


                                  © 2005 Planetization