Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Where True Power Comes From

We have looked at the definition of a genocide, that the accepted definition of a genocide does not address the root cause of the crisis so it makes it worse. The same occurs with the definition of power.

Power doesn't come from having a bigger and stronger military, or from having more money. When you equate ideas that shouldn't be equated, it gets you into trouble.

Each of our proposals helps to clarify the misunderstandings. Each proposal has recommended reading that explains the six principles, the application of the principles, and three planning stages that allows for progress.

The first proposal is the Exit Strategy for Iraq. It is not the first proposal that allows for the creation of the international government, but a preliminary step that must be taken to undo the damage that has been done before the plan can progress. We are clarifying the misunderstandings of where true power comes from.

The Pentagon has five sides because that is the symbol of revenge. It represents the five power games that are played as acts of revenge, including war, genocide, massacres based on the game of greed, slavery and human rights violations, and terrorism. If you look at the power associated with the Pentagon, it is hard to imagine that this is also a symbol of why the power games don't work.

The games go against Universal Law, and so there is always a backlash to the games. The games are compensatory games that come from a lack of power. No one has the same goal so they undermine each other.

If you look at the acts of revenge against Saddam Hussein, it is hard to imagine how they could seem to have the same goal. The revenge is a means to an end, not the final destination.

At this time, the U.S. military is recommending increasing the number of troops in Iraq and Syria, but without understanding how the conflict devolved. They don't understand that the knee-jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse. Genocides are based on weaving an illusion, and they don't know who to trust, because, in the illusion, everything is backwards, and they are holding onto what cannot help them and pushing away what can.

To end a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being defamed. The issue of the revenge against Saddam Hussein must come first.

Recommended reading for this proposal can be found at Each proposal has one page of the catalog.