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What can be done to dismantle nuclear weapons?

“It would require most of the individuals in each country that are of a nuclear-armed country to demand of their particular politicians and leaders to create a compromise with each other, a dialogue with all countries, to ensure the elimination of all nuclear weapons.

What exists presently is sufficient nuclear weapons to destroy the Earth six times over. The complete Earth. They are increasing in nature, and at one point in time it used to be 12 times. So the world got better, but it is now getting worse.

So it requires a willingness on the part of the populations of the countries to demand from their politicians and their leaders that the focus of the governments, focus of the countries be on the complete elimination of nuclear weapons.

That still doesn’t mean there won’t be nuclear disasters for there are many, many nuclear things that exist – nuclear power plants, for example, things of that nature – so there is plenty of nuclear events that can still occur on the planet to destroy the planet.

But with the present proliferation of nuclear missiles, if those were eliminated, you would find yourself a little bit more at peace, but not yet out of danger. You must be willing to find a different source of energy from nuclear in order to gain that.

But again, because nuclear has been defined, has been discovered, and has been used, it would require a real shift in consciousness of all of humanity to move away from this because even though some countries will move away from nuclear war heads, things of that nature, there will be others that will certainly step in and take over and fill in the gap for they too will want it as well. You see?

Audience Member: So we already have the means to dismantle these weapons?

The means exist. The will does not.

Audience Member: So we must put pressure on the governments to dismantle these weapons?

Yes. And it’s not a question of one person putting pressure. All people must do so. Unfortunately, as you know, in any country the population has different priorities.

One part of the population wants a certain priority taken care of – perhaps childcare, perhaps gun control, perhaps changing the laws to get rid of the ability to have abortions, to make the LGBTQ community less favorable – everybody has a certain agenda.

Some countries are run by dictators and those dictators have their own agenda, and they don’t care about the population. Again, it requires a willingness on the part of the complete population to change.”

– The Wonders