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Ending Tensions with North Korea:
What S. Korea Could Learn from Latin America
Special Contribution
By Dr. David R. Leffler
The Latin American Military Prevention Wing

Social tensions between South and North Korea have escalated once again due to the sinking of the Cheonan. The two Koreas have remained technically at war with each other ever since the 1953 ceasefire ended the Korean War. If one considers the premise that their long-term struggle is a "cold civil war" with periodic "hot flashes," then it could be argued that the protracted "civil wars" in Latin American countries like Colombia, Bolivia, etc. have followed similar patterns. However, the latter situation is now changing, and perhaps both Koreas could learn something from new developments regarding the implementation of Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) in Latin America.

The Invincible Defense Technology is a field-tested, practical approach to world peace and national defense - an approach validated by more than 50 replications and 23 studies published in leading peer-reviewed scientific journals. It is a direct technological application of the most advanced discoveries in the fields of quantum mechanics, neuroscience, and human consciousness. The approach calls for the immediate establishment of large national groups of peace-creating experts practicing specific "technologies of consciousness" that have been scientifically shown to neutralize acute ethnic, political, and religious tensions that fuel violence, terrorism, and social conflict.

Four countries in Latin America are now in the process of deploying IDT. They are establishing "Prevention Wings of the Military" - large groups of soldiers who have been trained in these technologies of consciousness, including the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program. At least one of these Prevention Wings will consist of 3,000 military personnel. Although details are still being finalized, the leader of the Latin American TM organization has provided the two accompanying photographs of one of the Prevention Wings for publication.

In addition, another Latin American country has decided to implement Consciousness-Based Education, which utilizes the same technologies of consciousness applied in IDT, throughout the national school system. Furthermore, the Brazilian government is training 1.5 million of its citizens in these technologies. And civilian groups in Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, The Netherlands (Holland), Trinidad and Tobago, already are staffing fully operational IDT systems.

Scientific research has confirmed that large groups of peace-creating experts practicing the TM and TM-Sidhi program together can create measurable positive change in the surrounding population, including reductions in crime, violence, war and terrorism. The underlying mechanism appears to be a field effect of consciousness in which collective coherence within the group spills over into the surrounding population, dissolving the buildup of racial, religious, and political tensions in society that fuels the outbreak of violence. To create this effect on the national level, research shows that a country must maintain a TM-Sidhi group of at least the square root of one percent of its population. The powerful coherence generated by such groups defuses enmity so that no enemies arise, thereby leading to a more invincible nation.

Links to previous articles in Korean publications about IDT are available at: http://www.DavidLeffler.com/worldwide.html#South_Korea .

Here is an example of how to calculate the size of these groups. According to Wikipedia, the country in Latin America with the largest population is Brazil. In The World Factbook, the CIA gives Brazil's population as 198,739,269, which when multiplied by 1% equals 1,987,393. The square root of 1,987,393 is 1,410. Therefore, if the military of Brazil wanted to become invincible, it would need to maintain a minimum of 1,410 Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) experts. The US would need 1,800 experts. A Military Prevention Wing of 3,000 soldiers well exceeds the square root of one percent of the population of any Latin American country. So the military leaders organizing the new Prevention Wing pictured above, and those in other countries who have launched earlier such projects, are to be congratulated for their wisdom of deploying a military strategy of "overwhelming force" to ensure invincibility for their countries.

Countries that have implemented IDT have based their defense on the Unified Field of all the laws of nature. According to the Harvard-trained physicist Dr. John Hagelin, the technology of the unified field is a thousand million million times more powerful than the nuclear force. Yet it is inherently safe, despite its power, because it is based on the application of a completely holistic level of natural law. Years from now, in retrospect, it is likely that this development may have far more historical significance than the US military's Manhattan Project quest to develop nuclear weapons.

Despite the extensive scientific research validating the efficacy of IDT, as well as the results of field tests by the militaries of Mozambique and Ecuador presented at the International Sociological Association Research Committee 01 Seoul National University & Korea Military Academy International Conference on Armed Forces & Conflict Resolution in a Globalized World, the South Korean National Parliament Memorial Grand Hall and the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA), South Korea has still not tried IDT. Perhaps in the future the predicted successes of the various Military Prevention Wings in Latin America will inspire South Korean leaders to deploy IDT after they endure another crisis like the sinking of the Cheonan. But it would make more sense for them to act now by preventing the danger before it arises - and before the crisis escalates into another full-blown and very hot "civil war" potentially worse than that of 1950-53.



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Dr. David R. Leffler is a Special Columnist for The Seoul Times. He serves as the Executive Director at the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS) http://www.StrongMilitary.org. David received his Ph.D. in Consciousness-Based Military Defense from The Union Institute & University in Cincinnati.

 

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