Greetings Jayde, the dwarfer and others.
An explanation I see is in order for my earlier posts. The reason why I put forth my message in such a manor is because since the very beginning, we've been attacking and hurting each other for no good reason. Kooky is Cameron; Cameron is Kooky. He was guilty of the very same thing I was guilty of and since I've embraced the path of peace, I've had to take grater care to not cause harm to any with my words and actions. Cameron does wish to help even those he hates and those who hate him. The purpose of my earlier posts were to try to aid him into not hating those who hate him and to give him the understanding of why it's in his best interest for him to aid those who he chooses to aid and why it is not in his best interest to insult those who persecute him. This I did in the only way I know how because it was the only way I could learn not to be a jerk to people around me or to those I interact with. The other ways that people tried to teach me didn't work and I continued to be offensive to many people and thus caused much sorrow because I couldn't stand being surrounded by people who had one standard for people who thought as they did and another standard for those who did not. I went so far down the wrong path that I had to be rescued by someone the majority of the global population who had read what he wrote hate and fear him to this very day. Only I and those who truly know me don't think of him as a terrorist or occult leader and any who speak to me wonder why I'm always wanting to counsel those who society rejects.
Is Cameron a good man? Without a doubt he is. Yes he's a little in the dark about why he ought not reject some people outright because if he rejects, he'll also continue to be rejected and that is not good for anyone; it is never good to be rejected by anyone. I don't like that he is being persecuted either and the purpose of my earlier posts were to try to give Cameron the tools to deal with his persecution until the persecution stops. So if we cannot create or enforce peace by engaging in war, if we cannot fight fire with fire, if we cannot wash blood with blood, what are we to do? What are we to do when our methods of dealing with conflict fail time and time again? Only the water of forgiveness can wash away all blood and douse all negative fires while enhancing the positive ones. We must also accept spirit as part of our natures and stop being afraid of our spirit natures because such a concept sounds too religious. We need to go back to our grass roots and love one another. That is the only counsel I can give to Cameron/Kooky.
Kind regards, Amin Abdullah.