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Conflicting parties must recognize the following facts:
1. The pace of technology, communication and weapons has now outpaced the necessity for war as a means of advancing progress. The threat is too great for mutually assured destruction.
2. We are on new ground, never experienced before in terms of being "Wired" as a world - economically, socially, environmentally and scientifically
3. Recent events involving US war "Interventions" and the incredibly out of control nature of the Military Industrial Complex have demonstrated their danger, their folly and their contribution to the largest national debt ever to grace the face of the earth.
4. Alternatives to war in terms of scientific advancement not only are required, but are in progress.
5. The war makers are broke and operating on world credit subject to world approval.
6. The environment is screaming for protection and we will get on with it.
7. Conflicting ideas, if managed constructively, can yield a hybrid solution to a challenge that is a better product or service than either side of the initial equation.
8. The key to managing international relations constructively is fostering an environment respectful of all points of view but led by individuals who are driving to fulfilling peaceful, progressive objectives as a first priority and who blend differences of opinion decisively.
9. Winning and losing are being redefined by the above.
10. We can no longer as a world community continue the present course of wars.