Sunday, January 4, 2015

Please defend Saddam Hussein

Dear President Obama:

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 78 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

Our first issue to address is global, and that is the ripples of crises that have gone out from the Iraq War. Because of the judgment against Saddam Hussein that he was evil, the conflict devolved as a genocide rather than a war. That is why it has been so difficult to resolve.

Most people believe genocides involve ethnic cleansing, and between nations in Africa or Europe, but that is not the rot cause of the crisis. Genocides occur on every level, including within families. Character defamation occurs between individuals, and while it may be difficult to believe, romantic attachments turn into genocides because the couple has different goals. It is much easier to understand how genocides between cultures occur when you compare them to a hostile divorce with acts of revenge.

Revenge combines five power games, and two of the games involve weaving an illusion. The perpetrator of the genocide will weave a web of deceit that is impossible to unravel.

The first step to stop a genocide involves standing up to defend the victim of the genocide. In the case of the global genocide that started as part of the Iraq conflict, the victim was Saddam Hussein. The fact that no WMD were found implies he was attempting to comply with UN sanctions.  No one has the right to judge another as being evil.

The Iraq War was justified with a Grand Lie, and the truth does not overcome the lie. It just reaches the point where no one knows who to trust. That is why demonstrating one's intent is necessary.

As far as ISIS is concerned, that is the result of the genocide in Iraq, and the solution is not to fight, but to defend Saddam Hussein and to introduce the plan for the international government.
A feud would never end and turn into a global war.

People who have been involved with a genocide lack their inalienable rights. The more oppressive ISIS is, the less support it has except from the people who believe that oppression is a power tool of choice. To guarantee the inalienable rights of the people offers the entire planet an unseen third choice, and that is the proposed international government.

The existing international peace-keeping structure is the United Nations, and they have proven that they cannot end or prevent wars and genocides. That option is a slippery slope, although they have done many good things for the planet.

The second option is the caliphate that s based on one individual having supreme power over another--an emperor.

The option that allows everyone to function on the higher level is the proposed international government that is based on two proven concepts and guarantees to every person on the planet our inalienable rights granted to us by the Creator of us all.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,