Sunday, April 19, 2015

Your Excellency: Genocides Come From the Game of Envy

April 19, 2015

Your Excellency:

There has been a dispute over the Armenian Genocide. The definition of a genocide as "ethnic cleansing"does not address the root cause of a genocide, because genocides occur on every level, including within families. Our first proposal offers the solution for the global genocide that is now devolving, and so the definition of a genocide issue must be addressed and opened to debate.

Genocides come from the Game of Envy. They start when one person puts another on a pedestal, and the perpetrator compares others to his or her hero, and it leads to a sense of judgment. The perpetrator of the genocide is denying his or her own capacity, and he or she weaves an illusion as a form of defense. Once the Grand Lie has been told, the truth does not overcome the lie, it reaches the point where no one knows who to trust. Genocides have been very difficult to end because the knee-jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse. They keep drawing in others until someone says "stop." Someone must stand up to defend the person who is being judged.

Our proposals go into this in greater depth, and offer a solution for ending the global genocide that came as a result of the preemptive strike that started the Iraq War in 2003, the judgment that Saddam Hussein was Axis of Evil, an act of revenge against Saddam Hussein. Our organization is standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, saying he was innocent of the charges he faced because it appears he complied with U.N. sanctions.

The acts of revenge against Saddam Hussein triggered the collapse of the global paradigm based on power games, because at this point in time, they have reached their ultimate conclusion and achieve the opposite desired result. Power games no longer work. A new paradigm must be established, one that everyone on the planet supports. Our proposal and planning allow future disputes between nations to be resolved in an international court system and the monies now wasted on war to go to the people.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,