An article published in Business Standard (“Pakistan’s aerial defence impregnable: Nawaz Sharif,” 11 Oct 2013) reports that Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif asserted that “…our enemy must know that Pakistan’s aerial defense is impregnable.” Regrettably, Sharif is not alone in thinking this way. Other prominent Pakistani leaders have also held identical opinions regarding Pakistan’s alleged invincibility.
Invincibility of a nation is a laudable goal. Throughout time, scientists have applied new technologies to achieve it, and as history shows, with no success. Adversaries inevitably devise methods to counter any defense system, and no doubt they could do the same in Pakistan, as well as in any territory. As demonstrated by numerous terrorist attacks not only in Pakistan, but worldwide, conventional approaches cannot provide an effective defense against sudden acts of violence, or remove suicide terrorists willing to die for their cause.
This weakness above refers to all current approaches, with no exception. However, for the leaders who seek it, there is a solution to achieve the goal of true unquestioned invincibility. The method comes from the field of social sciences and modern statistics — not from conventional approaches utilizing weaponry, and not from the field of politics.
The Global Alliance for Preventive Wings in the Military (GAPWM) requests that Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his military leaders seriously consider, investigate, and deploy a scientifically-verified and field-tested approach for permanent invincibility. It has been validated by 23 studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Based on 25 years of research, it has been endorsed by independent scientists and scholars.
Where deployed by foreign military circles, it is known as Invincible Defense Technology (IDT). This preventive defense system works on the level of the unified field, where all the forces of nature are united. This human resource-based defense technology supersedes all others based on weaker electronic, chemical, and nuclear forces. As objective tool of modern statistics and research data show, the outcome is what we define as invincibility.
IDT involves creating Preventive Wings of the Military. Their warrior’s daily routine includes two hours twice a day practice of a human resource-based technology, also known and researched as the Transcendental Meditation and its advanced TM-Sidhi program. As a military societal coherence-creating unit, they quietly practice these programs for about two hours, twice a day, seven days a week, preferably in a secure location. Their presence and operation does not need to be disclosed to achieve the effect of violence removal and conflict resolution.
Such coherence-creating groups have achieved positive benefits to society, shown statistically, in even just 48 hours. Modern statistical methods used in this research preclude chance or coincidence. The 23 studies carried out in developed and developing nations in all continents, including the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America, constitute the largest and the most successful experiment in social sciences of the 20th century.
The IDT approach was used during wartime (leading to a reduction in fighting, number of deaths, and casualties, and progress toward resolving the conflict), and in peace (resulting in a drop in crime rate, drop in violent death index, decrease of misery index, drop in unemployment, and rise in a quality of life index). Societies using it perform extremely well in a very short time. This approach decreased the intensity of war in Lebanon in 1984 in a dramatic way in 48 hours, to name only one of the successful experiments.
In 1992, President Joaquim Chissano, Lt. Gen. Tobias Dai, and the Chiefs of Staff of the Mozambique military carefully analyzed the IDT research. They made a unanimous decision to adopt it for their country by training about 3,000 soldiers and 16,000 police. As predicted, violence dropped dramatically by 1993. Societies using these groups also become more self-sufficient. For instance, in Mozambique the economic growth reached 19%. Once the poorest world country in 1992, by 2000 it had moved up to be the world’s fastest-growing economy.
If we are seriously considering national invincibility, we have to make sure that two factors are in place: Firstly, violence has to be effectively removed domestically and in the neighboring regions; secondly, prevention of its recurrence has to be scientifically controlled without infringing on any nation’s freedom. All the approaches and strategies used currently fail to provide even one of these prerequisites of invincibility.
We live in the modern scientific world. Statistical methods and approaches have been used broadly on a daily basis in many fields. If there is a statistically validated solution available for violence removal and prevention, it should be utilized — especially if previously used approaches have not been backed by rigorous research regarding their effectiveness to resolve conflict and bring stability. Therefore, they lack even a remote statistical guarantee of success.
If Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif really believes that Pakistan is “a peace-loving country” that “always strived for peace,” then his “country would continue to play a responsible role in the comity of nations” if he and the commander-in-chief of the armed forces order the Pakistani military to use the unified field approach — IDT method. If Sharif quickly acts, Pakistan could make history and gain international prestige by creating lasting peace.
Teresa Studzinski, is the President of The Global Alliance for Preventive Wings in the Military.
Dr. David Leffler, Executive Director at the Center for Advanced Military Science, is the author of “A New Role for the Military: Preventing Enemies from Arising — Reviving an Ancient Approach to Peace.” He is on Twitter.
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