Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Dear President Obama: Ending Disputes Between Nations

Concerning the creation of an international court system that can end disputes between nations.

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.

At the present time, there is no international protocol for ending disputes between nations. It is our responsibility to create one because the conflict in the Middle East is not just a dispute and resolving matters as usual. Relying on usual tactics, such as what Leon Panetta recommends, will keep the United States at war for the next 30 years.

This crisis is a dilemma, and the solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest, not just the interests of the United States.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq is the solution to this crisis, which is based on the acts of revenge and covert and overt actions to destabilize a regime, and in this case, it is the United States and many other nations that are facing this crisis.

There is a schism that has formed within governments, and the one who stands on the principles sees the crisis, and the other only sees this as the opportunity to get back his or her power, and does not see how destructive it is to align themselves with people outside of the family/country.

This is occurring within the United States between the Democrats and the Republicans, where the Republicans see this crisis as their opportunity to regain their power and support but don't have a plan to end the conflict except for waging war for the next 30 years. They may believe they can go to allies in the War on Terror, who weave an illusion because the root cause of terrorism is not that some people are good and some are bad, and the bad want to hurt the good.

Because this is occurring in many nations around the world, it is demonstrating the present international structure cannot end or prevent wars and genocides, so a new structure must be set into place that can.

A genocide is based on illusion, and it is impossible under the present international structure to have a fair trial. You may see this with the case against Kenyatta in the ICC.

Every nation has the right to decide its own leadership, but it must come from within the country, not from outside influences, and this is the solution. It allows the US to withdraw gracefully from Iraq, and still have access to oil reserves and a strategic location but without putting US citizens at risk.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq is the solution to this. It is a protocol for ending genocides and establishes an international court system that sees through the illusion of the genocide, and allows future disputes to be handled in court.