Sunday, December 15, 2013

Don't Trust Anyone

The preemptive attack on Iraq was justified with a Grand Lie--a character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein. While many people consider the world to be better off without him, Iraq is a sovereign nation, and the Iraqi people have the right to choose their own leadership. 

The ripples have gone out from the conflict to drawn in every person on the planet in some way. The problem now is that once the Lie has been told, the Truth cannot overcome the Lie. It just reaches the point that no one knows who to trust.

Don't trust anyone. People are drawn into the lie based on prejudice and ulterior motives. The only thing you can trust is Universal Law.

Karen Holmes,
Principal of
The World Peace Organization
for the One World Government
Just as in Iraq, and with Saddam Hussein, I have been dealing with a hostile takeover bid on the organization--a character defamation campaign by a small group of people who see the World Peace Plan as their opportunity to get their life on a higher level, and who are perpetrating an act of revenge. They believe they have an ultimate weapon that enables them to avoid responsibility for their actions, and so they are unbeatable. 

To end a character defamation campaign, someone must stand up to defend the target. While I cannot defend myself, I can use this to end the genocide in Iraq, speaking from my own experience. 

Like dominoes falling, one triggers the next in a series of tiny steps. It is too big a leap of understanding to step out of the pattern without someone ahead making the leap much smaller for you. We are a product of the efforts of all those who came before us. We cannot expect to draw in all the world's leaders until they see the potential to solve their problems through participation in the proposed international government, but going to them to draw them into the process is to big a leap in understanding. 

The next step is for the United States to address the fact that if there were no WMD, Saddam Hussein was innocent of the charges made against him, and we are responsible for undoing the damage that was done. That is the only way to regain our power we lost by grabbing for power.

Karen Holmes,