Sunday, December 22, 2013

Offer to President George W. Bush and England

Our organization has been addressing how to end a genocide. Karen Holmes, the principal of the organization, offered friends and family members the chance to assume responsibility for a project idea, based on the principles of the cooperation of nature, and instead of accepting, they took the ideas and ran. When it became apparent that no one can achieve success based on the games of one-upmanship, they reacted by building a wall of resistance and games of revenge.

It should work. 

Every experience these people have ever had reinforced the idea that the bid should work. It could not fail. But, it did fail.

Imagine that the opposite concept is what is logical. An opportunity to function on a higher level, but because everything is backwards, it fails. Taking an idea is a simple and logical step. A small step for the person who perpetrates the revenge, but a major leap for everyone who is watching.

The same thing occurred with President George W. Bush. His reaction to the 9/11 attack was a classic example of how genocides start. His response was to go after someone who he believed was the villain, when Osama bin Laden was the perpetrator of the game. 

The final stage of a genocide is when the villains believe they have been victimized by the events, and it leads to a form of mental illness based on torment. They are tormented by their actions, and see no solution.

Today, our offer to President Bush is to end the genocide through the events of conflict resolution at Oxford and Stonehenge, to free England from the onus of being drawn into the genocide and to enable that nation to function on a higher level by giving them their historic niche of conflict resolution at Stonehenge.

Our goal is the summer solstice. We would like to take other steps first within our organization in preparation.