Michelle Rosenthal

social worker, Dr Susan Smith McKinney Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

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Can International Peace Every Day Treaty For Global Truce and Global Cease Fire work to greatly reduce war if voted on In the UN Assembly?

I created a proposal called International Peace Every Day Treaty For Global Truce and Cease Fire. I am sending it to the UN Secretary General and all world leaders, the media and many politicians. I am going to try to establish a consensus to end all war and to create a future with out war. In my proposal which can be found at GoingForAGlobalTruce.com I listed over 300 ideas that can be implemented to help strengthen the peace. Humanity has to understand that we have to be careful and not destroy the ecosystem which supports life on Earth by devastation that may result if war ever got out of hand and went nuclear in the future. We have done enough damage on earth already. Hundreds of millions of people have died in wars over the centuries. We have to try to use our brilliance and figure out a different solution to our problems. There is already the Kellogg Briand Pact in effect which 63 nations signed to agree to resolve international disputes peacefully but no one is abiding by the pact. My proposal is different since I call for the implementation of over 300 other ideas in order to help strengthen the peace. Imagine if the proposal is officially submitted to the UN for A Vote I think it has a great chance of passing since who can vote no to a global truce and a global cease fire. The hard part is getting it to a vote then having it adhered to but I am trying my best. Do you think this can work to greatly reduce war on Earth? I am suggesting that all the leaders waging the 30+ wars that are being waged at this time be given a referral to the appropriate court by the UN to hear the case. If the Cease fire is adhered to then the judge will hear the circumstances of the conflict and supervise their peace talks or render a judgement based upon international laws and treaties that have been signed but it they fail to maintain the cease fire charges could be brought against them for war crimes. Humanity has to say enough already: Follow the rule of Law

  • Feb 26 2012: War and corruption are impossible to stop, but they can be lessen. I suppose the best way to lessen tension between countries is if these tensions can be applied to something else. For example, civil liberties did not received proper attention in the United States during the progressive era, but other problems that most states agreed with such as women's suffrage and food inspection laws did pass.
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    Feb 24 2012: Mr Rosenthal :

    The war must exist ; look some reasons: we are however too many , the justice will never be done completely for everybody , there are right now many people starving to death , the corruption is present everywhere ........
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      Feb 24 2012: Hi, What are you doing to try to fix the situation? Lets not sit around idly by and do nothing. Lets all try to take action to help correct the problems in the world. Have you read my proposal? I think it could work. Michelle
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        Feb 25 2012: Maybe your proposal could work ; and let's not forget it involves military action , once you have an armed side the other will try to get armed also (if it's not already) : the war seems inevitable in some cases . However your proposal it's a good idea (if I take it as an proposal of control of this phenomena).
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    Feb 24 2012: No, Ms. Rosenthal, your courageous and compassionate effort will not greatly reduce war. War is a magnified schoolyard fight where someone has refused to surrender to the bully. The heart of natural Man is not suited to peace. What is needed for global peace is for the hearts of all to be changed from stone to flesh, a new birth.