Friday, August 21, 2015

Conflict Resolution Brochures

There is no clear international protocol for ending a genocide, and so the world's leaders stand helplessly by and watch as a genocide devolves, ripple after ripple. The dictionary definition of genocide as ethnic cleansing does not address the root cause of a genocide so it makes the crisis worse. Genocides reach the point of wanton slaughter of many people before the word is even spoken. There must be a way to recognize what leads to genocides to prevent them and to end them.

Genocides are more common that one would expect. They occur on every level, including within families. Character defamation is an individual form of genocide, and when played between two world leaders, such as George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein, it triggered a global genocide.

Our goal with the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal is the creation of an international court system that handles disputes between nations, rather than the battlefield, because not only does the existing structure not have the capacity to prevent or end wars, it can't stop the global genocide that is tearing apart the planet. Genocides involve a sense of illusion, and it is impossible to have a fair trial because as the ripples of effects go out, they draw in people who don't even know they are part of the larger conflict.

Rather than address the root cause of a genocide here, I will introduce our remarkable Conflict Resolution brochures, which compare genocides with romantic attachments, and offer the solution for ending genocides within the family, which can then be applied on the international level between nations.

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Finding an advocate:

The plan for the international government has been opened to debate and many people are talking about it. A schism has formed and those who stand on the principles have seen the potential of the plan and embraced it, functioning on a higher level. Simultaneously, those who rely on the old structure have realized they have been affected financially, and have resorted to playing power games. This conflict has affected the lives of many people, and even people who normally would not be involved have been dragged into the crisis.

On the opposite side of the circle from the plan is to address security issues...

Family genocides tear apart the family because of the sense of judgment. In "Unraveling the Conflict in Your Life," the first step involves finding an advocate to help you get your children back, and your advocate must be able to speak from personal experience.

We are in the Hindu segment of our Faith of the Pure Ray (church) calendar, and addressing the story of the Ramayana, where Rama rescued his wife, Sita, from her abductor, which also addresses the issue of judgment.

To end a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being defamed. Our organization is standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, and offering our plan, which benefits everyone. It treats everyone fairly and equally, and guarantees our inalienable rights granted to us by our Creator to every person on the planet, something that victims of genocides lack.