Friday, September 19, 2014

Dear President Obama: A genocide is like fighting the allegorical devil

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

The games of illusion associated with genocides and slavery are heinous. Genocides are deplorable. My organization has been dealing with a hostile takeover bid in the form of a character defamation campaign, as I have told you before, and it is an individual form of genocide. I can speak from my own experience on this crisis.

It is like dealing with the allegorical  devil. He twists things and corrupts them. You must figure out how to outsmart him and it is very difficult to do because he knows how to outsmart you already. He has been doing it for a long time.  

The devil already controls everyone you consider to be your ally. You have no allies. You have no friends. If he offered them something and they accepted it, he controls them.  He can move faster than you because he needs no one's permission to move. To them, what they are doing seems totally logical. The problem is that by accepting his gift, they got what they wanted on a far higher level, but he didn't have the right or capacity to give it to them, and so it backed them into the corner with nowhere to go. It is like they are mentally ill, and becoming more and more illogical. It was offered on speculation for their involvement with his plot.

As you battle ISIS--or whoever controls ISIS--you will discover that you will soon be backed into a corner, too. 

The solution to any dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest. You are playing a new game that functions on a far higher level than you did before, and it is confusing to the devil. You are outsmarting him. As you hold onto the plan for the international government, you can walk forward with a sense of confidence.

At first, no one else will see the solution the way you do. Those who think globally will see it first. Those who function for their own interests will be the last to come in, but they will cause the greatest turmoil because they will continue to force their own agenda. They won't see its potential until they see how it benefits them. If they can't see it, they may not survive the crisis they are in as the watch their own grand opportunity that was offered to them pass them by.

The United States is the first to come in because we are the overview nation, a melting pot of nations, and because the Iraq War went against the intent of the UN Charter, and we are working to undo the damage we have done. This is where true power comes from. 

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,