Monday, October 26, 2015

Dear President Obama: The power games no longer work.

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

There are seven games people play, compensatory games based on a sense of lack. Governments play five of the games, and all five together make up acts of revenge. In the past, I told you George HW Bush, believing he had the right to put Saddam Hussein down,  went to war -- the Gulf War-- and set the stage for the act of genocide based on judgment that Saddam Hussein was evil. That brought in the Coalition who came for lucrative contracts based on the game of Greed, and that brought in the governments that rely strongly on US aid to fight the war on terror, and they brought in the terrorists. All are acts of revenge, all based on misunderstandings, and all are undermining each other.

Saddam Hussein was attempting to comply with UN sanctions, and because the power games continue on until an innocent person is crucified, it backlashed on George W. Bush and collapsed the US power base. The games no longer work.

The United States has relied on regime change to gain control of natural resources and strategic locations. That game no longer works. There will always be an immediate backlash to that game.

True power does not come from a strong military, it comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage you have done.

Genocides are based on weaving an illusion. They are based on judgment,
and each of the eight nations that have our proposals fell into crisis due to a sense of judgment. They include the United States, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, the DRCongo, North Korea, and Cyprus.

The legal system of the international government will be based on Universal Law, something that applies to all people and everyone has been exposed to. "Do unto others as you would have them do to you."

Tony Blair said yesterday he made mistakes, but he believed it was right to remove Saddam Hussein from office. How would he feel if the tables were turned?

Tony Blair believes he has the right to judge Saddam Hussein, but the Iraqi people have the right to choose their own leadership.  They chose a dictatorship as their form of government, and dictators rule by force.

The solution to every crisis--particularly in the Middle East--is to do what is in everyone's best interest. In the case of the Middle East, the solution is the international government that allows the people to be exposed to a higher form of government on the international level, and then allow them to evolve into that within their own nation when they are ready to do so.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes