Friday, January 5, 2018

Which President Has the Power to Stop ISIS?

Last night, I watched the latest episode of the CBS program, "Bull," about a young teenage girl who is drawn into the life of an much older online boyfriend and coerced into perpetrating crimes. I couldn't help but to compare it to how the governments around the world are mistaken in their policy on dealing with ISIS. In previous posts, I stated that I believe the man behind ISIS was President Saleh of Yemen, not Abu Bakr al Baghdadi. President Saleh was a narcissist who played the power game of Lust, and that leads to slavery.

In the story, the girl has been abducted, and 18 months later, the slaver and the teenage girl rob at gunpoint a jewelry store. They are caught by the police and the case goes to trial. The prosecuting attorney understands that the two perpetrated the crime, and wants to try them as a team. The slaver weaves an illusion that the girl is the one who wanted to rob the store, and the jury believes him. Even in the court room, the man is weaving an illusion, and drawing people into the crime of slavery.

Sleeper cells exist in every nation, and in every state of the United States, and while eradicating ISIS through military strikes may seem to be the solution, just as in the latest episode of Bull, even with the death of President Saleh, at a certain point, the sleeper cells will wake up. ISIS itself is made up of average people who got dragged into the illusion of someone who plays the game of Lust, and they don't know who to trust, or how to get back their old life again.

The president with the power to stop ISIS is not Donald Trump, and it wasn't Barack Obama, or even Vladimir Putin. The president with the power to stop ISIS is George HW Bush--and he doesn't have to lift a finger. It is the understanding of how revenge works and why it doesn't work that stops ISIS, and that understanding must keep going out to more and more people. The Republican primaries were the opportunity for the Bush family to attain their goal of moving again into the White House, and it was like a door that they walked toward, but when they reached it and opened the door, on the other side was a Brick Wall. They had to first address the failed policy of preemption that made them lose their power. They were 180 degrees from where they thought they were. What they wanted was behind them, not ahead of them.

ISIS is the result of a ripple of effects that came from the preemptive strike on Iraq, but that conflict started as an act of revenge against Saddam Hussein, which started with the Gulf War. George HW Bush played the game of Pride, which leads to wars. That set the stage for the genocide and the preemptive strike on Iraq, and that drew in the Coalition nations, and that set the stage for President  Saleh to play his power game of Lust--to start weaving an illusion. That brought in the terrorists. All have the same goal--revenge on Saddam Hussein.

Stopping ISIS is not a military maneuver, but is based on how revenge works and doesn't work. It is based on the fact that five separate, and even antagonistic, groups of people all came together with a common goal, and because none have the same goal, they are undermining each other. Other than this revelation about revenge, under which unimaginable circumstances would anyone connect George HW Bush and George Bush with ISIS?

The US government is in a dilemma about how to solve the waking up of ISIS sleeper cells problem, but the solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest--not to eradicate others, because that makes others resist.

What is in everyone's best interest to work together to create the international government, starting with the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal. Mankind is now learning that revenge doesn't work.

Each of our government proposals has associated booklets and books that explain the principles, the application of the principles and the planning steps that carry the proposal forward to the next proposal. The booklets and book for the Exit Strategy for Iraq can be found at

Where does true power come from? In the latest episode of Bull, the prosecuting attorney seemed to have the power over the girl, and the slaver seemed to have the power, right in the court room, over the girl and to control the case against him.  How can there be a fair trial when the "victims" of the crimes are considered guilty, when the guilt is deflected back on the victims? How can ISIS be considered innocent of their crimes? That is what will occur as the result of the Exit Strategy for Iraq. It will take the legal systems of the world to the next level, where fair trials are possible.

The illusion is very strong, and once the grand lie has been told, the truth doesn't overcome the lie. It reaches the point where no one knows who to trust. At this point, the only thing you can trust is Universal Law. It will be the basis for the international legal system.