Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Unravel the revenge to end the war

The preemptive strike on Iraq was an act of revenge, which brought together people who play five power games. They all had the same goal, which was to get revenge on Saddam Hussein. 

Starting with the Gulf War, George H.W. Bush believed he had the right to put Saddam Hussein down. He waged war to prevent him Saddam Hussein from taking over Kuwait. What seemed like an act of aggression on the part of Saddam Hussein, according to the Wikipedia article on the Gulf War, could be also seen as a way for Saddam Hussein to defend his natural resources. Kuwait was slant drilling into Iraqi oil fields, and Saddam Hussein responded by invading Kuwait.

(In the era of the international government, this conflict would have gone to the international court in the Middle East. None of the other nations would have been involved. A third, impartial nation would have settled the dispute, and if it wasn't able to, it would have gone to a higher court on another continent.) 

The Gulf War set the stage for the Iraq War, when George W. Bush and Tony Blair judged Saddam to be Axis of Evil, and they chose to invade Iraq preemptively to topple Saddam Hussein. Their justification was that he had WMD and the intent to use them at any time. This is being scrutinized again this month with the release of the Chilcot Report. The conflict, because it was based on a sense of judgment, devolved as a genocide, not a war. The reason it has been so difficult to stop is because the knee-jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse. 

George W. Bush and Tony Blair drew in the Coalition nations, and offered incentives to participate. 
The third power game with every act of revenge is based on the game of Greed. 

The incentives for financial gain drew in those nations who declare themselves to be allies in the War on Terror, and target their own people for personal gain. These leaders play the power game of slavery and human rights violations. They weave an illusion to entrap people.  

The power games of Genocide and Slavery are both based on weaving an illusion. The power games of War, Massacres based on Greed and Terrorism reach their ultimate conclusion and the proverbial pendulum starts to swing back to the midpoint, but those that are based on weaving an illusion continue to swing the pendulum further out. That is why the entire planet is now facing the rise of ISIS and a global genocide. 

Those who play the power game of slavery bring in the terrorists, who rise in protest when they are denied a voice in matters of grave concern. 

The conflict in Iraq devolved as a genocide, and because it was between world leaders, it can be considered a global conflict. Ripples of effects have gone out to draw in more people. When Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan gave his farewell speech, he declared that George W. Bush had made the United Nations irrelevant. There are no existing institutions that can end or prevent war, so this can be considered the worst case scenario for the planet. 

Each came into the Pentacle of Power because they believed they would reach their goal by doing so. People who play the game of War, lack respect for example. Genocides are based on lack of capacity. Greed comes from lack of abundance. Slavery comes from lack of intimacy, so they bind people to them and push them away. Terrorism comes from lack of a voice.

The problem with revenge is that no one has the same goal, and they undermine each other. 

Rather than to fight the War on Terror, the root cause of terrorism is that people on the bottom have no voice in matters of grave concern, and they raise their voice to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence. The solution that unravels the Pentacle of Power is for the Bush family to support the plan for the international government, and to encourage open debate on it by every person on the planet. Give people a voice.

People who are enslaved need a place to go, and even if it is not a specific location, the Earth is our home, and the creation of the international government benefits everyone. Many people fear the creation of an international government that will enslave people, and so by supporting one that treats everyone fairly and equally, people declare what they will no longer tolerate.

This stops ISIS and the rise of the caliphate. No one is in agreement for one individual to back everyone on the planet into the proverbial corner.

The plan for the international government is based on each nation and each individual functioning from its own capacity, finding its niche based on natural resources or talents and gifts, and the international government will make fair and equitable trade agreements. Rising to the top by grabbing for resources won't work. The departments of the international government will help each nation to find its niche, starting with the United States and England. The U.S. niche is our constitution, which guarantees to each citizen our inalienable rights, and England it is Stonehenge and Oxford, which represents unification and conflict resolution. This is what drew people to each nation.

Each nation finding its niche, and having the economic departments of the international government, made up of experts from every nation to advise, allows every nation and every individual to create a sense of abundance. This is what everyone wanted, the underlying cause for the revenge. 

Third world nations oftentimes have an abundance of natural resources, but they become "bank accounts" for the industrialized nations. The ultimate conclusion of the grab for resources is that it started a civil war, and no one got control of the resources. The hell of it is that everyone got what they wanted, which was to get revenge on Saddam Hussein. 

This ends the war.