Friday, September 14, 2018

Alternate Facts = Genocide

Do you remember Kellyanne Conway talking about Alternate Facts? I just finished reading an article on the Vox website about the two Russians who are being accused of the Skripal poisoning, and how their version of the truth—their alternate facts--makes no sense. But, it does make sense. This is how genocides devolve.

Genocides are based on weaving an illusion, and, as I have said many times, when the president of the United States talks about fake news and alternate facts, you can bet a genocide is devolving. The alternate facts allow those who are weaving an illusion to draw in more people and to reinforce the lies. But, once the grand lie has been told, the truth doesn’t overcome the lie. It just reaches the point where no one knows who to trust.

You can trust Universal Law. That is the only thing anyone can trust at this time. To end the illusion, I have worked to introduce it into the US legal system as a tenet of our legal system. The legal system of the proposed international government will be based on Universal Law. So, whoever is weaving an illusion is demonstrating that they are perpetrating a genocide, and all we  have to do is to recognize the power games when we see them.

Genocides are based on a sense of judgment. People who play the game have an issue related to capacity—lack of capacity, and so they Envy other’s capacity. This leads to a sense of judgment. Under Universal law, they will be judged.

My proposal and planning steps for the  Exit Strategy for Iraq address how to bring both sides of “reality” back together. It brings George W. Bush and one of Saddam Hussein’s lieutenants into court. While it would seem not in the best interests of the United States to face the fact that we perpetrated an illegal war, the policy of preemption was a character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein, and we started a global genocide.

The trust will return when nations start to function based on the principles of the cooperation of nature. Win-win agreements build trust and set the stage for future agreements.