Saturday, September 13, 2014

Dear President Obama: You are walking a fine line by fighting ISIS

Dear Mr. President:

Our organization is working to create 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.

The reason so many people like the plan, including Muslims, is because it stands on the principles of fairness and equality. It stands on all seven principles that enable people to function on a higher level.

When the plan for the international government was first opened to debate, and many people knew about it, the next step was that if everyone was aware of the plan, that if you were not standing on the principles of it, it was seen as a power game.

You and your administration are walking a very fine line now, because many of your actions, including building a coalition, can be seen as power games, the same games George W. Bush used to justify the preemptive strike on Saddam Hussein. A long and protracted "War on Terror" is playing into the hands of those world leaders whose financial support is based on one.

The solution is the plan for the international government, and to start to transition into that. Standing on the principles. Addressing the root cause of terrorism, which is that people on the bottom have no voice, and must raise their voice to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence.

Also, in this case, the games include genocide and weaving an illusion, so the root cause of genocide must be addressed.

You are bringing together a coalition of nations to fight a terrorist organization, but you don't know who to trust. The only ones you can trust have the same goal as you, and are working toward those ends. Once you prove your intent, they will come to you. By then, they have proven their intent to you, too. At this point, you have no allies.

Terrorism is a game that is played. It is the game of Anger. It backfires on the players of the game. When people stand in protest, they target people, but go too far when they drag innocent people into the conflict. The one thing you do not want to do is to get into a feud because it gets much harder to stop.
To step away from this now, the idea of a global genocide must be addressed, including standing up to defend Saddam Hussein's innocence, the fact that he had no WMD. That starts to undermine the five power games associated with revenge.

I called for a genocide watch because this is a genocide. It is not just acts of terrorism, or a drive by the man who wants to be caliph. In the past, the US government used overt and covert acts to topple regimes, and now the games are being played on the United States.

By being dragged into a protracted campaign without addressing the root causes, you are going to be bankrupted, because "forest fires" can be started anywhere on the planet, and you will always be in a reactive response rather than becoming proactive.

An international protocol for ending the disputes must be addressed, including disputes from individuals with complaints against the United States. The United States is not a signatory of the international courts, so disputes are never resolved. This has led to a backlog of disputes, and we would be opening ourselves to a Pandora's Box of frivoulous and genuine cases against us.

We wipe clean the slate by offering the plan for a legitimate international court system, based on Universal Law--not Sharia Law, which is being propounded by the creation of a caliphate. Every major religion recognizes the Universal Law of Cause and Effect--karma or the Golden Rule. That is the first principle to be addressed. While some people do not stand on that principle, everyone has been exposed to it.

To get peace, you must give peace.