Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Transitioning to the proposed international government

April 18, 2014

Karen Holmes
The World Peace Organization for the One World Government
PO Box 4131
Brookings, OR 97415

To the diplomatic community in Washington, DC

Your Excellency:

Our organization is working to create a plan for an international government based on fair and equitable practices. As of today, people in 73 nations support the World Peace Plan. It is based on two proven concepts, the U.S. Constitution is the basis for the political foundation, and it has kept a land of diverse cultures and religions at peace for over 230 years. The economic basis is the cooperation of nature, based on the premise that it is possible to multiply your resources with a series of win-win agreements, and you are basically unlimited at to what you can create when you do what is in everyone’s best interest.

Today our premise we attack is that global crises are fought by games of one-upmanship rather than doing what is in everyone’s best interest. Backed into the corner by this form of governmental oppression, people come to understand they are at the mercy of foreign policy blunders by their government, and they stand in protest. This puts a sense of friction amongst all levels. A mirror image optical illusion is formed. Diplomats are part of the people, but also represent the government, and it forms a bridge effect. Once foreign policy reaches its ultimate conclusion, the people are stunned by the lack of understanding by their government that the dilemma even exists.

The premise that you can convince someone that what they are doing is illogical is becoming forefront understanding now, and the problem arises when you must make the other understand you reasoning. How that is done if by finding the individual who suits the win-win agreement, and with great reluctance, you find this individual and make the agreement. That is because every part of you is crying out that this alliance is wrong--totally wrong.

As an example, the United States has made alliances with its economic competitors. It seems the most logical solution. Compromise at the summits, and no one has the solution to the economic crisis.

The Star of David symbol is made up of two opposite concepts-triangles that are 180 degrees from each other. The symbol, when seen as a whole, demonstrates this concept that the solution to any crisis is at the opposite extreme. When brought together, squeezed together, there is a figure 8-type symbol, and all is part of the same progressive whole. The points then are the segments of the population that are more progressive or less progressive of mainstream society.

The last thing to address is who has what you need? Who is the unknown “dark-horse” partner that has the solution to your problem?

The think tanks have solutions, but their perspective has narrowed along with those in crisis.

If the United States requires vast amounts of oil, the solution is not to ally itself with competitors like China or Russia or the Asian nations of the Pacific Rim, but to ally itself with Iraq, and to make win-win agreements to enable both sides to progress. The focus now is on this relationship. What can come if the United States guarantees to Iraq their inalienable rights to live their life without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in the international arena. All this can be done by supporting the plan for the proposed international government, and then turning inside itself to enable its people to live in peace and prosperity.
The next issue then is to rebuild Iraq, and our organization has promised the people of Iraq that we will make that possible through the introduction of a remarkable new book that draws together all the world’s major religions into one unified faith. More on that later.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Copy: Senator RonWyden (D-Oregon), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D Oregon)