Saturday, November 21, 2015

Dear President Obama: ISIS is Not What You Think It Is

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 82 nations support the plan for the international government.

Today I would like to give you insights on ISIS, and why the knee-jerk reaction, of escalating the conflict or attempting to end it, won't work.

It is important to understand the power games, and how they work and why they don't work. The power games are based on the Seven Deadly Sins. They all lead to someone's death. They function on every level, and lead to wars, massacres and genocides.

ISIS is not a terrorist organization. The root cause of terrorism is the Game of Anger, when people lash out at others because they are being denied a voice, and believe they must raise their voice to be heard. By giving them a voice, they stop terrorizing people. ISIS does not lack a voice.

There are people who believe Baghdadi is actually a Jew, and the  power game of choice for Jews is genocide. Jews believe they have been victimized, and when they they go to others for help, they are open to manipulation by others who function for their own interests.

There is a form of mental illness that is based on being offered something that allows you to function on a higher level, but if it is based on illusion, the person is bouncing back and forth between having their life and understanding they are  a fake.

The root cause of genocides is that someone believes he or she has a lack of capacity, and it leads to a sense of judgment, of black and white. Genocides are part of the game of revenge, which draws in five groups of people, each playing a favorite power game.

Once the Grand Lie has been told, ripples of effects keep coming off from it, drawing in more people. It reaches the point where people are enslaved and mentally ill. They see no hope for the future, and can't unravel the sense of illusion that comes from the lies that are being told. They are fighting for their life, because they believe they have no life. They are trapped in the illusion, and powerless to defend themselves. Soon, every person on the planet will be fighting for their life.

People like Jihadi John, for example, is one individual who got dragged into the conflict, and perpetrated heinous crimes because he was trapped, and saw no way out of the crisis. He is an example of how this crisis will continue to unfold, and draw in more people. To go after him only entraps more people, because you are being manipulated, too. If you want something, you can be controlled.

To stop a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being defamed. The genocide started when George W. Bush justified  the preemptive strike. The solution is our Exit Strategy for Iraq, which is the middle ground that allows disputes between nations to be resolved in court rather than the battlefield. This is a dispute between nations, between Iraq and the United States. The Iraqi people have the right to chose their own leadership, and to live their lives without interference. ISIS is actually not part of the conflict, but relies on the terrorists to create chaos which leads to more victimization.

The people who are attempting to rise in power by standing on their favorite power games hope to see the creation of the international government postponed, to give them time to extend their power. The man behind the rise of ISIS has gone to many world leaders and made offers that enable them to rise to become the next superpower, and this creates a form of mental illness. They are being manipulated and controlled, too. We have no allies because ISIS has penetrated into every country.

The director of the FBI said ISIS is now in every state. We are very close to being toppled. The solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest, not to fight at all, but to open the plan for debate. Have the clear vision that sees through the illusion, recognize the power games when you see them, and don't accept anything from anyone. It is not time for compromise  or even win-win agreements, or acts of revenge. What people who have been oppressed want is equality, and people who have been in a genocide want is their inalienable rights, so it is time to give it all to them by opening the plan to debate.

I opened the plan for debate amongst the diplomatic community with the hopes that it would enable people to see through the sense of illusion when someone makes a comment. It is hard not to demonstrate one's intent.