Friday, January 15, 2016

Disputes between nations will be settled in court rather than the battlefield

Genocides and slavery are based on weaving an illusion, and genocides continue to draw in people until someone says "stop." The preemptive strike on Iraq was a character defamation campaign against Saddam Hussein, and character defamation is an individual form of genocide. Because the conflict is between world leaders, ripples of effects have gone out to affect every person on the planet in some way. 

The same thing is occurring within our organization. We are experiencing a hostile takeover in the form of a character defamation campaign against Karen Holmes, the founder and director of the organization. Potential independent members have been drawn into the genocide, and when they stand in protest, have been targeted, also. 

There is no existing international protocol for ending genocides. World leaders stand by and watch people being massacred. The accepted definition of a genocide is "ethnic cleansing," which is inadequate, and so the genocides continue to get worse. The root cause of a genocide is based on the power game of Envy, which is based on the belief structure that someone has the right to judge another. No one has the right to judge another person, especially to judge that person to be evil--"Axis of Evil."

When governments and people in power wage war or perpetrate genocides, the people are oppressed. The games are oppressive. Therefore, there is a need for disputes between nations to be resolved in court rather than the battlefield. 

The United States already has demonstrated this concept, because disputes between states are resolved in court, and the only time in our history where states waged war against each other was during our Civil War in the 1860s, when the southern states wanted to secede from the union due to a dispute over the right to own slaves. This was an issue that our founding fathers chose not to address, and it took many years for America to reach the point where it was time to take on the issue.

The problem is that it is impossible to have a fair trial because of the sense of illusion. How can you unravel the illusion when the later ripples seem to reinforce the previous ones? Those who weave the illusion cannot tolerate the truth to come out. Once it does, they have broken so many laws that they face the death penalty. They have backed themselves into the proverbial corner. They continue to hold onto the illusion, and can even speak as if what they are doing it the truth, because from their own perspective, it may be. It is a matter of the "letter of the law" rather than the "intent of the law."

Our planning solves this problem. The plan for the international government has been opened to debate, and even the efforts to subvert the idea have been beneficial, because the debate is based on what people want and what we no longer wish to experience.

Prior to addressing the conflict within her her family, Holmes--who is parallel to Saddam Hussein, and her family is parallel to Iraq--is offering to apply the protocol solution to end the dispute between two brothers, one of whom is parallel to the United States. He will bring the next family into the organization. That will set the stage for all the family genocides to be resolved based on the same protocol.

The conflicts start when one person stands on the principles and the other goes down into the power games. It triggers a series of battles, called "battles of Armageddon." Armageddon means "the silly things people do." Holmes channeled a series of booklets on revenge and on the Battles of Armageddon, but at this time they are only available to the independent members of the organization to use as we apply the protocol for ending genocides. The books help to unravel the illusion. They are "channeled messages from God on how to overcome any crisis."