Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Dear Mr. President: Our advice on how to stop ISIS

Dear President Obama:

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

Today I would like to address how to stop the spread of ISIS. 

There are Muslims all over the planet, and at any time, they could rise up in rebellion. The present system has no way to prevent or end such a conflict.

There is no proof that Baghdadi is behind the call for the caliphate. He may have been offered the chance to rise in power and grabbed for it. It makes no really difference who is behind ISIS, in terms of ending the crisis, because of the covert and overt actions that have gone out from the original dispute, which was between George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein. 

To stop a genocide, someone must stand up to say, "stop," and to defend the person who is being judged as evil. No one has the right to judge another as evil. You can declare that person is breaking laws, but it is up to God to declare another "Axis of Evil."

Our first 8 proposals for the international government all address some sense of judgment, and this is what puts that nation into crisis.

Over the last 10 years, people have questioned the  fact that there were no WMD, including Hans Blix on the 10th anniversary of the start of the war. That fact is important because under the present international structure, it was an unlawful war, and to maintain our power, the United States is responsible for undoing the damage we have done. Attempting to rebuild Iraq, or even continuing on with the conflict in the Middle East is bankrupting us, and we can't afford to be a debtor nation to nations like China, who is also an oil-hungry nation, and we could end up at war with China, and lose Alaska or the Bakken Fields in North Dakota. 

By not addressing the root cause of the crisis, we make it worse, and by not addressing the crisis, a wave starts to build against us until it overwhelms us. The solution to this is to assume responsibility for the crisis by turning it over to those who have the capacity to solve the crisis.

The solution is the plan for the international government, starting with the Exit Strategy for Iraq, and the creation of an international court system to settle disputes between nations.

ISIS is not a nation, but the initial dispute was between George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein, so by addressing this dispute, you also stand on the principles of equality and liberty and start to undermine ISIS. ISIS and whoever is behind the call for the caliphate cannot stand against those principles.

The role of Muslims is to stand on the principles, and to protest what they see goes against the principles. That is the call for jihad, to protest what is not standing on the principles. How can they fight someone who is upholding the principles or standing on higher principles than they are?

Then, what will occur is that it will set the stage for other nations to come in as they also stand on the principles. The United States will continue to address the steps to set up the proposed international government and the international court system, while the other nations watch us and then in turn, address their own proposals.