Friday, November 21, 2014

Dear President Obama: Stop the Genocide!

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 conflict in Iraq devolved not as a war or acts of terrorism, but as a genocide, which is one of the games related to the five games associated with revenge. The game of Pride. In the case of Iraq it started with the Gulf War when George HW Bush stopped Saddam Hussein from defending his oil reserves from Kuwait's horizontal drilling. The genocide started with George W. Bush's judgment that Saddam Hussein was evil. That brought in the Coalition nations who play the game of Greed, and came for lucrative contracts and other perks. That brought in the world's leaders who play the game of Lust, translated into slavery and human rights violations, who declare they are allies in the War on Terror, who brought in the people who rely on terrorism to gain a voice.

The three power games associated with Pride, Greed and Anger have reached their ultimate conclusion and the pendulum is swinging back again, but the games that are based on weaving an illusion are swinging the pendulum out more. Genocide and Slavery are still a major issue and spreading to the rest of the planet.

To stop the slavery, people must have a place to go.

To stop a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being targeted in the character defamation campaign. The genocide started with the judgment against Saddam Hussein that he was evil, and he was even paraded in front of the world and degraded.

The issue of no WMD has been muddied by recent finds of chemical weapons, and you will continue to see obfuscation of the fact that he was attempting to comply with UN sanctions.

My organization is standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, but in an attempt to take control of my organization, I have suffered the same defamation as Saddam Hussein. I can speak from personal experience on this that the games of illusion in Iraq will continue on until Saddam Hussein is exonerated of being evil.

All of the eight nations that have proposals for our first year have fallen into crisis because of a sense of judgment. Our first two proposals are U.S. proposals.

Under Universal Law, when you judge someone as evil, that person goes up and the person who judges will be judged.

The U.S. legal system is based on the premise that someone is considered innocent until proven guilty because you cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives.

At the ultimate conclusion of the games, there is a flip-flop effect. The Muslims should be defending Saddam Hussein but they are not, and America, who should be considering him Axis of Evil because of the judgment against him, is standing up to defend him.

My organization is standing to defend Saddam Hussein. Now, instead of the ripples of effects that have gone out from the genocide continuing to go out, the projects and events can go forward to end the crisis in Iraq, and under Universal Law, I can defend myself.

The only basis for the international legal system can be Universal Law, and at this point, every person on the planet has been exposed to it. All the world's major religions are based on it, and this, and the fact that the power games are oppressive to the people, enables a unifying effect and its counterpart, conflict resolution. Because everyone on the planet has been affected by the global genocide, there can be a unification  of the entire planet and world peace is possible.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,