Peace is the Road to Peace

" Peace comes from being able to contribute to Peace. Peace is the way and the road that leads to Peace. Say NO to war, violence and bloodshed. Strive to pursue and stay committed to Peace from both within and without, and you'll find that an Eternity full of it eagerly awaits to greet You. " ~Jai Krishna Ponnappan

This is a comment in response to a post on congressman John Fleming's page,

"Iran renews its vow to remove the "tumor" that is Israel. Will Obama be there to defend our most cherished middle-east ally? "

P.S ~ Both Iranian and Israeli people want Peace with each other! Do not confuse the govt. with the people! People matter.. and Hearts matter most. Peace is what they want and Peace is what they'll get. 


U.S. Representative John Fleming : Jai, the people are not in control of the Iranian army or the development of nukes. Therein lies the problem.

Jai Krishna Ponnappan: Thank You for your reply, John. Looking back at the recent past there are strong and justified reasons why U.S intervention was restricted to being strictly diplomatic, steadily increasing pressure through sanctions and all other possible measures that involve dealing with countries engaged bilaterally with Iran. All other governments concerned are representative and are not authorized or warranted to destabilize the current fiscal or geo-political climate both in and out of the region. Both people and governments would have to be prepared to deal, counter and pay for the inevitable consequences of such interventions and commitments. Strategic, defense and intelligence analysts are already aware of where the West as a whole measures up with regards to the proxy war being lost in Syria. It is never too hard or difficult to simulate or assess the approximate costs or our capacity to deal with a situation or carry out an intervention especially when peace, tactfulness and diplomacy are what our leaders are expected to exhibit and exercise prior to spending from our existing dysfunctional budget and sending our men and women back out into the region to make needless sacrifices that could and should be avoided. The cost of War both Human and otherwise is burdensome and a threat to the long process of restoring this Nation's economic balance and Fiscal integrity. Above all let us not forget that this involves this country, its people, their voices and their immediate and pressing concerns.

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Wishing You All 
Blessings of Peace, Love and Brotherhood.

Jai Krishna Ponnappan