who have committed acts of genocide and other
crimes against humanity and continue to commit those crimes, know that if you understood what they have done and if you
had the power, you would hold them accountable.
cannot stop committing these crimes without admitting what they have done. They donít as yet have the courage or the integrity to do
that; they are unable and/or unwilling to do that.
To avoid being held accountable, they are stepping up
their crimes. From their point of view we too must now be disarmed,
impoverished, destroyed, or otherwise made impotent and powerless to
act. For now we are to them a potential enemy... now that we
have access to the large body of evidence against them.
They apparently are willing to destroy the human race and even
life itself on this planet rather than admit their guilt and
face the consequences. They have the power to destroy
life on this planet, and they are, in fact, continuing to move
in that direction, having decided so far to stay the course
and defend their agendas.
the end, I think we will have no choice but to declare full
and unconditional amnesty and forgiveness for what they have
done, assuming of course that they will accept our terms.
In some sense we are all complicit, having been negligent or
unconscious participants along the way... at least until now.
political and economic institutions have evolved in such a way
as to allow these crimes to take place. Some are more
responsible than others for committing the most serious
offenses, such as murder and genocide, but nevertheless we
must stop this destruction and begin to rebuild sustainable
institutions that support life rather than destroy it.
For that to happen, those who have acquired unjust wealth and
power must be willing to step down and not stand in our way as
we try our best to save this planet... if itís not already
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