Thursday, May 15, 2014

Your Excellency: How To Overcome The Lies

May 10, 2014

To the diplomatic community in Washington, DC

Your Excellency:

Our organization works for the creation of an international government based on two proven concepts. The political foundation is the U.S. Constitution, and the economic is the cooperation of nature.

While mankind has relied on power games for centuries to gain power and prestige, the events associated with the Iraq War of 2003 and after turned the crisis into a global fiasco. Once the invasion occurred, it became impossible to quell the insurgency due to denying the terrorists a voice. The plan to withdraw the troops did not address the root cause of the crisis, which was to deny sovereignty to Iraq. A hostile takeover bid combined with character defamation is the impetus for control of natural resources and a foothold in the region where future attacks could be initiated. Imagine the crisis that occurred when it became apparent that the maneuvering in the United Nations was unsuccessful!

In this missive, I intend to address one issue and that is how to overcome the lies that rippled out from the center of the conflict, starting with the assertion that Saddam Hussein harbored a grudge against the United States and intended to attack at any moment. After the weapons inspectors failed to find WMD, it was too late to stop the crises that continued to expand from the central core issue.

To end the lies takes going forward from the point where all stakeholders understand that the present plan is not working and they begin to search for a new plan. That time is imperative to discern because attempts to stop the conflict before that time only lead to resistance, and more ripples of effects. Once all agree that it is time to end the conflict, then a new plan must be found, and that plan must already be in existence, solving the problem.
The plan for the proposed international government seems to be the solution at this time for a growing number of parties (on every level) but not to those who have a plan of their own to offer. These people see the crisis as an opportunity to gain power and prestige. They are playing a power game based on drawing all sides toward them, moderates drawing in extremists from every direction.

In my previous letter, I mentioned the idea of the symbol of the Star of David, and these individuals make up “mainstream” society, not searching for a solution, but they recognize the opportunity when they see it and are grabbing for it. This is their “century to shine.”

Our next endeavor—or call to action—is to open debate on every possible plan that can be introduced.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Copy: Senator Ron Wyden (D. Oregon), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D. Oregon)