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a)     Introduction
b)     USA wars
c)     US invaders vs freedom fighters of Afghanistan and Iraq
d)     The economic and military invasion of nations for energy and power
e)     Global Financial System and the Global Social-Economic Model (GSEM)
f)     Conclusion and recommendations

Conclusion and recommendations

In this paper the worst kind of planarchists were identified. They are in large part the USA and their NATO partners in wars and invasion. SCO nations were also identified as new emerging planarchists of the worst kind as they are following in the footsteps of NATO nations.

Oil & gas, and not gold, have now become the lifelines of all nations, including China, India and USA. These countries rank first as global consumers of the world’s oil production and are seeking security of energy supply but they are doing so in different ways. The new world order is characterized by fierce international competition for dwindling stocks of oil, natural gas,coal,and uranium. Nothing of significance takes place in the Middle East and surrounding nations without a scenario with energy as a primary focus and goal. The global energy war, or the Blood Oil & Gas War, has pipelines as its bloodstream and includes the major oil & gas resources of the planet. Global financial crisis or not, oil and natural gas are the long-term keys to an inexorable transfer of economic power from the West to Asia. Even in the worst of economic times, the energy war has shown a relentless competition between the West and Asia, be it in the Middle East, in the Caspian theater, or in African oil-rich states like Angola, Nigeria and Sudan.

It is crucial for regional powers in Asia to integrate the energy sector via energy pipelines that will link the Persian Gulf, Central Asia, South Asia, Russia, and China. The Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) pipeline, also known as the "peace pipeline," whose construction was initiated in 2008. Both Pakistan and India stood shoulder to shoulder in rejecting relentless pressure from the White House administration to stop this deal. Why Afghanistan matters is simply not part of the discussion at the White House. Obama and his Administration want the world to believe Americans are invading Afghanistan to liberate Afghan women. An important goal of U.S. foreign policy since President Richard Nixon's era in the early 1970s has been to split Russia and China. The leadership of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has been focused on this since the U.S. Congress passed the Silk Road Strategy Act five days before beginning the bombing of Serbia in March 1999. That act clearly identified Amercan geo-strategic interests from the Black Sea to western China with building a mosaic of American protectorates in Central Asia and militarizing the Eurasian energy corridor. Afghanistan sits conveniently at the crossroads of any new Silk Road linking the Caucasus to western China, and four nuclear powers (China, Russia, Pakistan, and India) lurk in the vicinity. "Losing" Afghanistan and its key network of U.S. military bases would, from the Pentagon's point of view, be a disaster. Afghanistan itself is a lot more than the towering mountains of the Hindu Kush and immense deserts: it's believed to be rich in unexplored deposits of natural gas, petroleum, coal, copper, chrome, talc, barites, sulfur, lead, zinc, and iron ore, as well as precious and semiprecious stones. It is crucial for the White House to build several important military bases in Afghanistan for the build up and control of pipelines in the region. The military will see that oil & gas from the Middle East will flow to the West, including of course to European nations.

So in fact, it has always been America invading the Middle East and surrounding nations, and invading other parts of the world, and never the other way around other parts of the world invading America. The world knows that. The United Nations know that. So why is the world protecting an invader?

For decades, Central and South Asia have been considered by American energy strategists crucial places to plant the flag; and once the Soviet Union collapsed,control of the energy-rich former Soviet republics in the region was quickly seen as essential to future U.S. global power. The invasion of Afghanistan has made both Russia and China on the defensive. China has vital interests in the region. For some time now China has seen Americans as invading the oil and gas lands of Central Asia, especially in the Caspian Sea region and so, in June 2001, Chinese leaders joined with Russia to form the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), a unique alliance of five non-Western civilizations -- Russian, Chinese, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist -- and a multi-layered economic and military regional cooperation society that would function as a kind of security blanket around the upper rim of Afghanistan. In April 2008, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India (TAPI) actually signed an agreement to build a pipeline to deliver natural gas from Turkmenistan to Pakistan and India without the involvement of either Iran or Russia. It would cut right through the heart of Western Afghanistan, in Herat, and head south across lightly populated Nimruz and Helmand provinces, where the Taliban, various Pashtun guerrillas and assorted highway robbers now merrily run rings around U.S. and NATO forces and where the U.S. is now building in Dasht-e-Margo ("the Desert of Death") a new mega-base to host President Obama's surge troops. TAPI's rival is IPI.The SCO has expanded its aims and scope since 2001. Today, Iran, India, and Pakistan enjoy "observer status" in an organization that increasingly aims to control and protect not just regional energy supplies, but the build up of pipelines in every direction. This is, of course, the role the White House ruling elite would have wanted NATO to play across Eurasia. Given that Russia and China expect the SCO to play a similar role across Asia, clashes of various sorts are inevitable. Beijing's scenario is truly the rising world order of the twenty-first century but will be significantly further defined by a quadrangle of BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) plus the future Islamic triangle of Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. Add in a unified South America, no longer in control by Americans, and you have a global SCO-plus.

We need ways of organizing ourselves to help us live in a world with less energy and to grow strong caring communities in which we get more of our human satisfaction from caring relationships and less from material goods. We need to reclaim the ideal of being a democratic middle-class people without extremes of wealth and poverty. We need to recover a deep sense of community that has disappeared from many of our lives. This means letting go a sense of ourselves as consumption machines.

The leadership we are seeking will be concerned with global governance. Global Parliament offers such leadership.

Global governance does not imply a lost of state sovereignty and territorial integrity. A nation government exists within the framework of an effective Global Community protecting common global values and humanity heritage. Global governance gives a new meaning to the notions of territoriality, and non-intervention in a state way of life, and it is about protecting the cultural heritage of a state. Diversity of cultural and ethnic groups is an important aspect of global governance.

Global governance is a balance between the rights of states with rights of people, and the interests of nations with the interests of the Global Community, the human family, the global civil society.

Global governance is about the rights of states to self-determination in the global context of the Global Community rather than the traditional context of a world of separate states.

In this paper the most dangerous planarchists on the planet were identified. And as recommendations to the Global Community, more efficient and practical 21st Century institutions were researched and developed to allow survival of our species for the generations to come and take along with us as many as possible other life forms on the planet.

Global Parliament offers such global institutions.

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