Monday, December 29, 2014

Unraveling the Illusion Created by the Iraq Genocide

Dear President Obama:

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 77 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

Tomorrow, December 30th, marks the anniversary of the death of Saddam Hussein. At one time he was considered an ally of the United States. Once President Bush and his administration realized that he would not be able to stabilize Iraq, he could have gone to Saddam Hussein with a win-win agreement. Instead, the Grand Lie to justify the war continued to send out ripples of effects.

The judgment against him devolved not as a war, but a genocide, and the illusion that genocides are based on is still going out, ripple after ripple. Once the Grand Lie has been told, no one knows who to trust. In the past, I told you that overcoming the illusion must be done by demonstration. That is the role that we, as America, must address. We must stand on the principles that made us great as a nation.

Those who function for their own interests take advantage of the conflict. People see the issue from different perspectives, and they may be miles apart. An example of this is the dictator who is an ally on the War on Terror, and functions entirely for his own interests. It seems like working together would be a win-win agreement, but not if he is undermining his own people who are standing in protest of unfair practices.

It would be easy to listen to the advice of your military experts to accelerate the military strikes against ISIS, but that will create a feud, something you do not wish to do, because it makes the crisis much worse--unending--just as the death of Saddam Hussein made the easy solution more difficult.

The solution is the Exit Strategy for Iraq, our proposal, only training the Iraqis to handle their own battles, and to face the issue that Saddam Hussein was innocent of the charges against him that justified the preemptive strike. That may not be something you wish to do, but my organization can, because we are also introducing a way to end the crisis so that everyone can function on a higher level.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,