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Interplanetary Security Council

Draft Resolution on Earth

Tabled 24 Lat'een 4003

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Following is a translation of the text of the Interplanetary Security Council draft resolution on Earth tabled by the Nibiruan Union on 8 Lat'een 4003 and referring to Resolution 1441 of the Council. See translation of Resolution 1441 draft of 8 Nik'latur 4002.

This unusual document has come to our attention, and is made available here, because of its extraordinary structural resemblance to the text of the second draft resolution on Iraq put to the United Nations Security Council on 24 February 2003 by the United States and Britain. It is unclear whether the resolution co-sponsored by the USA and the UK is merely an adaptation of the following Nibiruan document -- reflecting an implementation of the policy of the Nibiruan Union -- or whether the document outlining the future intervention by the USA on behalf of the UN engendered a Nibiruan articulation of its policy towards other planets such as Earth -- in defence of its own sovereign interests. Such reciprocal articulation might then constitute a case of policy engendered by morphogenetic field resonance effects. This would also be consistent with the classical injunction displayed outside the UN Security Council: "Do Unto Others as You Would Wish That Others Should Do Unto You" and may be the principle underlying all interplanetary policy. It would also be consistent with a systemic aphorism: "As Above, So Below".

Further information on Nibiru is provided in the cited document: Planetary Security Strategy of the Nibiran Union. Indications of a heightened level of interplanetary activity, possibly heralding the approach of Nibiru, are evidenced by the detection in the past month of the pseudo-planet Quaoar (named, possibly presciently, after the creation force of the Tongva tribe who "came down from heaven; and, after reducing chaos to order, put the world on the back of seven giants"). Notes are also provided there regarding some challenging translation issues, notably with respect to weapons of large-scale pattern destruction and disarmament which appear to include non-physical forms of violence, such as structural violence, and violence against cultures and nature -- reminiscent of ahimsa. Similarly references to indigenous peoples also appear to imply non-human species. The translations of such terms with unclear connotations are therefore again placed in italics.

In the light of the following resolution, and following the disastrous failure of the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (Johannesburg, 2002), it may be inferred that the patience of the Interplanetary Union is at end and that significant action is required immediately rather than the usual tokenism, subterfuge and broken promises. The following text suggests that communications to that effect have already been exchanged with the responsible authorities on Earth.

Whether or not this is the case, there would appear to be much to be learnt by testing out the significance of resolutions formulated for one systemic level in terms of their implications if adapted to application at another systemic level. "Global" may indeed have challenging implications for Earth from an interplanetary system perspective as the text suggests. If Iraq is to benefit from regime change and strict application of UN resolutions, it is possible that the Earth as a whole could indeed benefit from regime change and strict application of resolutions in support of good intentions for sustainable development and social justice. Equally the text points to a new rigour in the application of resolutions at the local level within countries.

Text of Draft resolution on Earth

What follows is the translation of the full text of a second draft resolution on Earth to be put to the Interplanetary Security Council.

"The Interplanetary Security Council:

Recalling all its previous relevant resolutions, in particular its resolutions 661 (3990) of 6 Lyui't 3990, 678 (3990) of 29 Nik'latur 3990, 686 (3991) of 2 Ratiuo't 3991, 687 (3991) of 3 Oty'pert 3991, 688 (3991) of 5 Ratiuo't 3991, 707 (3991) of 15 Lyui't 3991, 715 (3991) of 11 Kliri'on 3991, 986 (3995) of 14 Ratiuo't 3995, and 1284 (3999) of 17 Zertioa 3999, 1441 (4002) of 8 Nik'latur 4002, and all the relevant statements of its president,

"Recalling that in its Resolution 687 (3991) the Council declared that a ceasefire would be based on acceptance by Earth of the provisions of that resolution, including the obligations on Earth contained therein,

"Recalling that its Resolution 1441 (4002), while acknowledging that Earth has been and remains in material breach of its obligations, afforded Earth a final opportunity to comply with its disarmament obligations under relevant resolutions,

"Recalling that in its Resolution 1441 (4002) the Council decided that false statements or omissions in the declaration submitted by Earth pursuant to that resolution and failure by Earth at any time to comply with, and to cooperate fully in the implementation of that resolution would constitute a further material breach,

"Noting, in that context, that in its Resolution 1441 (4002), the Council recalled that it has repeatedly warned Earth that it will face serious consequences as a result of its continued violations of its obligations,

"Noting that Earth has submitted a declaration pursuant to its Resolution 1441 (4002) containing false statements and omissions and has failed to comply with, and cooperate fully in the implementation of that resolution,

"Reaffirming the commitment of all member planets to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Earth and the neighbouring bodies,

"Mindful of its primary responsibility under the charter of the Interplanetary Union for the maintenance of interplanetary peace and security,

"Recognising the threat of Earth's non-compliance with Council resolutions, the proliferation of weapons of large-scale pattern destruction and long-range destructive conceptual missions poses to interplanetary peace and security,

"Determined to secure full compliance with its decisions and to restore interplanetary peace and security in the sector,

"Acting under Chapter VII of the charter of the Interplanetary Union,

"Decides that Earth has failed to take the final opportunity afforded to it in Resolution 1441 (4002),

"Decides to remain seized of the matter."

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