NOTE: The petition that is posted on the White House site can be found here. Feel free to share through social media, etc.
November 27, 2014
The following information from Billy Meier was forwarded to me by Patric Chenaux, who prepared and translated it from Mariann Uehlinger’s original German transcription, regarding the only possibility to still defeat the IS. We ask that every courageous person, who truly wishes to help prevent the otherwise inevitable, worldwide destruction from the fanatics and degenerates of the IS, forward this information to any and every concerned party they can think of.
In addition to sending it to the UN, the president, congress people, senators, etc., this should include all peace loving people of all religions, Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Jews, etc., who must now come forward and speak up in unison to compel their countries to participate in the formation and implementation of the only means to defeat the IS, as described below.
The Only Way to Stop the IS
Unfortunately it’s quite too late to defeat the IS with the use of “Gewaltlose Gewaltsamkeit*”, because in the meantime the IS became much too strong. There was a time in the past – quite a couple of month ago – when it was still possible to send out a kind of special forces unit into the areas, where Baghdadi, the head of IS, and his ringleaders and followers were located, in order to take them out by arresting them or by killing them if there weren’t any other possibility. In that way the IS could have been defeated from its inside, in a logical wise, by using the lowest possible use of Gewalt. But this isn’t possible anymore, because unfortunately Baghdadi is now protected quite too well. The only realistic way that still exists to overcome the IS, is to use brute Gewalt (brute force), but still in a reasonable and logical wise. This means that only a kind of a huge multinational army could help now, which should be a compound of all armies from each country of the entire world, or at least an alliance of all countries around Iraq and Syria completed with strong armies of countries such as the USA, England, France, Russia and China, etc.
The amount of soldiers of this multinational army should outnumber by at least triple the number of the soldiers of the IS army (which already has around 100,000 soldiers – men and women). And the soldiers should be armed with the best and newest weaponry and supported with all kinds of military equipment such as tanks, fighters and tactical missiles, etc., etc. Only with this huge and powerful army, could the IS be defeated as quickly as possible and therefore with the least possible amount of war dead (men and women) as well. Because of being radicalised and fanaticised, the IS soldiers should be arrested, be given a life sentence and banished to islands or regions far away from civilisation and without having any possibility to communicate with the outside world.
Unfortunately, if the USA, under the command of George W. Bush, never had conquered Iraq and tracked down Saddam Hussein and killed him, Saddam Hussein would have had the ability – along with armed Kurdish fighters, called Peshmerga (who ironically helped the USA in its mission to capture Saddam) – to control Baghdadi and the IS. Hence the United States of America has to take the main responsibility for this evil outcome – as almost always is the case. But right now the USA has the opportunity to react in a wise manner and encourage the UN, and as many other countries as possible, to join a kind of multinational peace army in order to protect peace, our freedom and all good and true human rights from the evil IS and therefore from the peril of falling back into dark ages.
Information and concept: Billy Meier, Switzerland
For those unfamiliar with Billy Eduard Albert Meier, and why his warnings and advice should receive the utmost serious attention, please also see:
Michael Horn, the publisher of this article and Mr. Meier’s American media representative, will be glad to provide additional information upon request:
*Literally translated as “nonviolent violence”. More information can be found here.