Friday, October 3, 2014

Dear President Obama: New Threats to the United States

(In regards to the Bush administration's claims that you are responsible for the rise of ISIS)

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, and amongst our list of affiliate members are many people of power.

In the past, I have written to you about the fact that the present conflict in Iraq, including ISIS, is based on the power games associated with revenge, a character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein. To stop a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being defamed. Over the last 10 years, many people have stood up to declare there were no WMD, including Hans Blix, but nothing has been done officially about these protests within the United States.

Now President Bush and members of his administration are declaring that their actions were justified in keeping down terrorism within the Middle East, and those claims are based on a false definition about the root cause of terrorism. Their plot to defame and undermine Saddam Hussein started a genocide, and ripples after ripples of effects have gone out to draw every person on the planet into the crisis.

We are facing a new threat within the United States, and that is that there is the potential for genocide between the Democrats and the Republicans. During the Iraq War, the Republicans seemed to have all the power, and then when the Democrats got into power, the Republicans seemed to lose all their power base, and have not been able to regain it. The problem is that once the Republicans regain their power, which is based on waging war, they can become very oppressive, and this is why only the president of the United States, who is supposed to represent all Americans, can solve this problem. He must find a plan that stands on the principles and it must address the root cause of the crisis and benefit everyone.

By standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, it starts to undermine the one who wages war, the person in the game of revenge who believes he has the right to put another down. That starts to undermine the perpetrators of the game of Anger--the terrorists--who now have no reason to raise their voice to be heard.

The solution to this mess is the plan for the proposed international government, because it solves this crisis and every other dispute between nations.

As a nation, particularly now with Bush's claims that they had the right idea about handling the Middle East crisis, we must start to address the root cause of the crisis.

The Bush administration justified the conflict with democratization. Their preemptive strike went against the US legal system's premise that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty--because you cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives. Their ulterior motives were not democratization but to gain control of Iraq's oil reserves and a strategic location in the Middle East. The conflict resulted in gaining neither. Iraq is in civil war and our relations with nations that allow us to have military bases in the region are strained. This dispute undermined our power base and enabled others to fill the power vacuum as they jockeyed for power, including the people in power who play the power games of illusion--including President Bush--because of his Grand Lie to justify the preemptive strike.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq is the solution because it allows George W. Bush to have what he wants, what the act of revenge was supposed to give him, but without enabling the games to continue, and that is a sense of pride and success, and the United States the opportunity to get oil contracts with Iraq--based on the proposed international government's departments of Commerce and Natural Resources.

This also prevents the United States from falling into a genocide between the Democrats and Republicans that is unfolding now.