Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Insights into the Immigration Ban Case

In solidarity with the call for a Day Without Immigrants, our organization is posting the text of our email we sent to the attorneys who offered arguments last week in the State of Washington and State of Minnesota v. Trump case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The call went out for immigrants to take the day off from work to show what an impact they have on the local economy, and organizations and businesses around the nation are closing in solidarity.

Text of the insights we sent to the attorneys representing the States:

"I am the founder and director of a non-profit organization, and our goal is the creation of an international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature. One of our exempt purposes is to purify the U.S. legal system. I am not an attorney, but I would like to offer insight into the root cause of terrorism, which may clarify to the court why President Trump's immigration policy does not make the United States safer."
"The generally accepted root cause of terrorism is was summed up by President George W. Bush when he declared, "Some people are good and some people are bad, and the bad people want to hurt the good people." The root cause of terrorism is that "people on the bottom are denied a voice in matters of grave concern, and must raise their voice to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence."  
"Terrorism comes from the power game of Anger, which is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. They are considered deadly because someone always dies when the games are played. Governments play five of the seven games, which lead to wars, genocides, massacres based on the game of Greed, slavery and terrorism. The symbol for revenge is a pentacle--a five-pointed star, and if you remove the points, you have a pentagon. The headquarters of the U.S. military in Washington, DC is shaped as it is because it is the symbol of revenge."
"With acts of revenge, five people or groups of people come together with what appears to be a common goal, but the revenge is a means to an end, and they actually do not have a common goal, and ultimately they undermine each other. To draw the five pointed star, the person who plays the game of Pride wages war on the victim, based on the belief that he has the right to put the other down. That brings in the person who plays the game of Envy, which is based on the belief structure that he has the right to judge the victim as being evil. [That leads to genocides, and it draws in the people who play the game of Greed, which leads to massacres, based on the belief that if you can judge someone, you can take what is rightfully theirs.] That brings in the people who believe if they can take what is rightfully someone else's, they can own that person. That brings in the people who believe they can deny the victim a voice, which leads to terrorism. Acts of terrorism are justification to the person who plays the game of Pride. That completes the star."
"If you open a dialogue, acts of terrorism fade away. The [person who plays the] power game of Pride undermines those who play the game of Anger."
"The U.S. legal system actually has three levels: Universal Law, Constitutional Law, and Federal and State Law."
"Universal Law fixes our legal system on a very high level, because it applies to every atom in the Universe, and it addresses our inalienable rights--our founding fathers declared "among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." They are the right to be able to live our life without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in our government. The Universal Law of Cause and Effect is something that is taught in kindergarten as the Golden Rule, or "do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Every major religion is based on the application of Universal Law. At this time, every person on the planet has been exposed to Universal Law."
"Constitutional Law is the application of Universal Law within the United States, and this is an evolutionary concept that expresses where our nation is along a continuum. We can evolve or devolve based on the choices we make."
"Federal and State laws are the application of both Universal and Constitutional Law, but if Federal and State laws do not apply to all people, it creates contradictions in our legal system, and this is what our organization is working to purify. Contradictory laws create chaos in our legal system. If Federal and State law does not address Universal Law, there is a backlash."
"Our Constitution guarantees to every American citizen our inalienable rights, which are granted to every person on the planet by our Creator. By denying inalienable rights to others who are not citizens of the United States, our actions go against Universal Law, and rather than to gain power, we lose power. If foreign policy is based on power games, it leads to acts of aggression, including war, genocide, massacres, slavery and human rights violations, and terrorism."
"An example of this is the preemptive strike on Iraq, which went against the premise of our legal system that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty. That premise has been included as part of our legal system because you cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives, and because our Constitution guarantees to every American our inalienable rights, it is up to the federal government to defend our citizens in court--which is where disputes are resolved-- and because our legal system is based on the application of Universal Law, by extension, we must enable every other person on the planet their inalienable rights, or face the backlash by losing our rights. By denying the Iraqi people their inalienable rights under Universal Law, we are losing our rights in the form of increased acts of terrorism and the rise of "violent extremism." Muslims are rising in protest because our foreign policy does not stand on the principles of Universal Law."
"Our goal is the creation of an international government that will guarantee to every person on the planet their inalienable rights, and as of today, people in 85 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government. A list of people who support the plan is on our website, and it includes prominent Muslim leaders, including the past king of Qatar--now deceased."
"I hope this gives you insight into this case, and allows the highest good for all people to come from it."

Submitted by Karen Holmes,
Principal and Director