Rwanda genocide
began with impunity for lawlessness

    "Long before the massacres, the Rwandan government had done little to discourage the looting of Tutsi homes and businesses, a process of demeaning and belittling that scholars have noted is a commonplace beginning for genocide."

"Rwanda hotel manager tells of dealing with 'devil' "
by Jon Anderson - Chicago Tribune - Metro - Feb 21, 2005
GOD is showing us how the British and USA legal systems
are also ill-advised, inept and legally blind to terrorism.

    "A British court has ruled that a suspected terrorist from Algeria cannot be detained in custody because jail causes him to suffer a 'depressive illness,' "...tho he had " 'actively assisted terrorists who have links to al-Qaida' ".
    The US Military is being challenged by the left-leaning legal community to treat known, illegal combatants and terrorists as POWs, totally contrary to the Geneva Convention.

"On Culture front, we're losing war" by Mark Steyn
The Chicago Sun-Times - Metro - Feb 13, 2005
Helping others
under cover of arms.

Neh4.. 14 And I looked, and arose and said to the nobles, to the leaders, and to the rest of the people, "Do not be afraid of them. Remember the LORD, great and awesome, and fight for your brethren, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your houses."

GOD is pushing clear minded people to identify,
formulate, install policy changes essential to save
countless thousands from war-mongers-terrorists globally.

   "This is the end of the era of Chapter Six peacekeeping," he says, referring to the rules of non-engagement that he followed when he was UN commander in the Rwandan capital of Kigali. "In every scenario there is a moderate and there is an extremist, and the extremists are prepared to abuse their own people and subvert the peace process."
   To counter genocidal belligerents, Dallaire advocates a "Chapter Six-plus," a neutral force that protects people at risk and can respond to humanitarian demands unimpeded. Part of this plan involves a reconsideration of the term "crimes against humanity": murder should not be its only interpretation. "If you're a convoy with food and medical supplies and some idiot doesn't let you through, then that's a crime against humanity. With my plan, we'd be able to blast our way through it."
   In Dallaire's estimation, the military must change from top to bottom, beginning with his own rank. "The era of a general who only knows how to fight is gone," he says, adding that a general must know how to be a diplomat and a humanist."

Excerpted from "Everything humanely possible" by Craig Offman
Financial Times - March 12/13 2005