Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Dear President Obama: Don't Send in the Troops!

As of today, people in 81 nations support the plan for the international government.

Today's news reports a change in policy that puts our troops into harm's way by escalating the role our military plays in the Middle East, from advisors to combat.

The conflict devolved as a genocide, not a war, and the knee-jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse. Escalation into combat roles puts our nation into a global conflict that we cannot win.

I can speak from experience. My organization is parallel to the proposed international government and we are experiencing a genocide amongst our potential members, and attempts to fight the genocidaires has led to the deaths of thousands of people in California, including the deaths of many children.

I was not allowed to have any contact with the man who was supposed to work with me. If we had worked together, the conflict would have ended prior to the deaths of civiliians in California.

I strongly urge the US government not to fall into the same trap the potential members of my organization fell into, attempting to fight, but rather I urge our government to do what is in everyone's best interest.

What stops a genocide is to defend the person who is being defamed, and that is Saddam Hussein.

The solution is diplomatic, not miliary. There are sleeper cells in every nation on the planet, including our allies, so by attempting to draw in our allies, the sleeper cell rises and you undermine the security of the allies.

You do not know who to trust. Tony Blair made comments recently that he was sorry for the mistakes he made, but he does not understand the principles behind his mistakes. It is as if he failed at invading a sovereign nation because, in his thinking, everyone knows that Saddam Hussein was evil. No one has the right to judge another person as being evil.

The illusion is very strong now, and you have no idea who to trust. Our government relied on regime change by covert and overt actions, and now we are being toppled by covert and overt actions.

The character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein was an act of revenge, and to undo the conflict starts with George HW Bush. He is the  one who can undermine the terrorists by understanding that his actions against Saddam Hussein, who was protesting Kuwait's  slant drilling into Iraq, made many people in the Middle East very angry.

Jeb Bush is losing support for his presidential campaign because he doesn't understand the wider perspective. Now is the right time to draw the Bush family into the process so they can overcome the backlashes that are arising from their failed foreign policy.

The solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest, and that is to draw the Bush family into the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal.