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Latin American leaders will soon command invincible militaries: So could South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak!
- The Seoul Times
by Dr David R. Leffler
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27 March 2012
''Four countries in Latin America are due to achieve invincibility about the end of May, with large groups in the military and in educational settings currently receiving Invincible Defense Technology training,'' writes Dr David Leffler in a recent article in The Seoul Times. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of Defence.
Dr Leffler highlights this encouraging progress toward invincible peace and security in Latin America—to draw attention to a similar approach scientists and military experts are proposing for timely implementation on the other side of the world—in South Korea.
The proposal came in late March, at the time of the second Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in Seoul, South Korea on March 26–27, attended by South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and other world leaders including U.S. President Barack Obama, Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, to focus on the threat of global terrorism and how to keep atomic materials safe from rogue terrorists.
The Summit began against a background of escalating tension in the region, stirred by threats and ''fiery rhetoric'' from North Korea's Deputy Commander Li Gum-chol—''not an encouraging indicator of enduring friendship, security and lasting peace,'' Dr Leffler comments. ''However, there is new hope if these leaders have the courage to act quickly now.''
He presents the Invincible Defense Technology (IDT), which has caught the attention of the world press in recent years ''because, unlike other defense technologies, the goal of implementing this unique, scientifically field-tested brain-based technology is to prevent crime, terrorism and war. Extensive research shows that when IDT is correctly applied, the high levels of collective societal stress thought to be responsible for such social problems are greatly reduced. When people . . . become less stressed, they think more clearly and are able to resolve their differences amicably. The end result is that even the staunchest adversaries can quickly become good friends.
''This transformation occurs when a military creates a large group of warriors (called a 'Prevention Wing of the Military') trained in IDT,'' Dr Leffler goes on to explain. '' 'Invincible' means 'incapable of being defeated.' Once these Prevention Wings have become fully operational, no enemy can be born, because the collective practice of IDT by these groups neutralizes the societal stress that gives rise to conflict. With no enemy left to fight, the military become invincible.
''Readers new to the IDT concept may find this previously published article about Ecuador's Military Prevention Wing in The Seoul Times to be of interest: 'Ending Tensions with North Korea: What S. Korea Could Learn from Latin America'.''
Dr. Leffler goes on to describe the proposal that was made by Dr. John Hagelin, ''the most knowledgeable IDT expert,'' at an international press conference about IDT on March 27, at the Seoul Press Center in Seoul, South Korea. Hagelin is a renowned Harvard-trained quantum physicist and executive director of the Global Union of Scientists for Peace (GUSP, www.gusp.org).
Dr. Hagelin showcased the results of more than 50 published studies verifying the effectiveness of IDT's brain-based approach to international security and peace—an approach that neutralizes the acute ethnic, political, and religious tensions that fuel violence, terrorism, and social conflict.
Dr Leffler concludes by making a compelling case for implementing IDT in Korea: ''Korea has a proud historical reputation as a military innovator. Its warrior ancestors applied the then new 'porcupine strategy,' 'yiyijaeyi,' and 'yisojaedae'. Modern-day military analysts refer to these novel ideas as 'asymmetric strategies.' . . .
''In this time-honored Korean martial tradition, President Lee Myung-bak could make his mark by adopting the ideal IDT paradigm and mark a turning point not only in the history of Korean national defense—but also by leading the world into lasting perpetual peace.'
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