Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Your Excellency: A Protocol for Ending Genocides

Your Excellency:

The plan for the proposed international government has been opened to debate amongst the diplomatic community, and people all over the planet believe it is the solution to the crises facing mankind. The next question is how to make it a reality. We have the planning for the first year’s proposals online, and it offers the solutions to the crises eight nations are facing.

April 7th marks the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda Genocide, and even to this day the ripples continue to go out from that crisis. A protocol for ending a genocide must be established. We are starting first with the ripples that have come from Iraq, which also devolved as a genocide.

Please see the attached letter to the diplomatic community in Washington, DC.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

(text of letter)

March 27, 2014

To the diplomatic community in Washington, DC

Your Excellency:

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 73 nations support the World Peace Plan.

Our first efforts are focused on ending the ripples of effects that have gone out from the crisis in Iraq. To
begin, we must find a balance point between two extremes. As the old structure is proving inadequate to
solve the crises, a new one must be rising to take its place. This has led to a power grab. Once the scramble started, a polarity formed that created two untenable forces. No one was willing to side with either. That left the door open to a third, even more untenable force, one that takes away the existing rights of individuals.

To end the conflict, it became apparent that having three untenable choices was unbearable. The unseen
choice to end the crisis is to do what is in everyone’s best interest, and that is to let go of the old structure
entirely, and to embrace a new one. The focus then was on which plan. Ours is standing the test due to the support amongst the peoples. Now we must prove the plan is viable, and able to solve the crises, the effects of the event that triggered the collapse.

Our focus is on ending the ripples, but first the root cause of the crisis must be seen and understood. The
root cause is a “bone of contention” because diplomatically it is not nice to point fingers. The solution to
that is to educate and to teach the principles, and let go of the need to condemn.

Over the next month, the world will focus on the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda Genocide, and this enables us to focus on the root cause of genocide. Ethnic cleansing is not sufficient because it does not address the cause, but the effect. It comes from a lack of capacity. It comes from a sense of judgment that another is evil. From the personal perspective, our actions are a culmination of the experiences in our life. No one has the right to call another evil. The root cause of a genocide is the power game of Envy, one of the seven power games that get mankind into crisis and each one leads to death.

To end the genocide that arose from the judgment against Saddam Hussein to justify the hostile takeover of Iraq, its oil reserves and strategic location, we are calling for a genocide watch. Our plan enables future
disputes between nations to be handled in a legitimate international court system, and the monies now wasted on war and national defense will to go to support the peoples of their respective nations.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Copy: U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D. Oregon), U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio (D. Oregon)