Sunday, September 28, 2014

Dear President Obama: Undermining the games of genocide and terrorism

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations support the plan for the international government.

If your plan does not address the root cause of a crisis, it makes the crisis worse. The root cause of wars, genocides and massacres, and four other deadly games, is the power games people play. It is important to understand and recognize the games as they are played, and that your plan address how to overcome the games.

In the August speech that Abu al Baghdadi gave, he called for jihad, and said "And if you knew what was in jihad, from reward and dignity in the world..."

His game related to his act of revenge is genocide. It is the power game of Envy. He is waging  a genocide to gain a sense of abundance and respect, and believes this is how he will get it.

To undermine the game of genocide, you have to first undermine terrorism, and that is done by the person who wages war to gain respect. That undermines slavery, which undermines Greed and massacres, which undermines the genocide.

This is why it will take as long as it will.

I recommend you address the root cause of terrorism, that it is not that some people are good and some people are bad, and the bad people want to hurt the good people, as President George W. Bush declared. It is that people on the bottom have no voice in matters of grave concern, and must raise their voices to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence.

The plan for the international government starts to unravel the games because it offers to every citizen the right to have a voice in their government.

Then, the next game is unraveled, which is slavery.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Dear President Obama: The United States can withdraw gracefully from Iraq

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq enables the United States to withdraw gracefully from the conflict in Iraq. It is the solution for the ripples of effects that have gone out from the Iraq Genocide. The contingency for the Exit Strategy for Iraq is that the United States address the creation of the proposed international government within the United States.

Our proposal for the Constitutional Amendment can be found on our website at, and that proposal calls for our nation to start purifying the US legal system. That proposal can be found at

The proposals for the creation of the international government are being introduced through senators and representatives. Because we are presently located in Oregon, all proposals are being given to Congressman Peter DeFazio, and Senator Wyden. The proposal for purifying the US legal system will be given to the senators from Montana.

The Constitutional Amendment Proposal

The US government is aware of our Exit Strategy for Iraq. For the Exit Strategy to be successful, our nation must be working to create the additional layer of government over what already exits. To do that, we must amend our Constitution.

The abridged proposal can be found at

While the US government is considering the Constitutional Amendment proposal, we will also offer a proposal for Purifying the US legal system. Its proposal can be found online, also, at

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Organization Goals

• We are working to bring peace and prosperity to all the countries of the world.

• We are working to heal the rifts that were created in the past by wars and massacres, which left the fabric of the planet torn apart.

• We are working to prevent wars and destruction of the people from international violence.

• We are working to make it possible for all people on the planet to have enough to eat and a place to live, and enable them to support themselves in a job that is satisfying and fulfilling.

• We are working to heal the planet itself, through teaching people what they can do on an individual basis, and also through stopping pollution and other practices that are harmful to the closed environment of the planet.

• We are making it possible for the governments of the world to stop wasting money on war, and using the money instead to make their own country prosper.

• We are working to ensure that the peoples of the world are given a good education, based on the highest good for all, and fulfilling their purpose in life, and that the people in the prisons of the world are treated fairly and humanely.

• We are working to educate the peoples of the world to be empowered, to accept responsibility for what they have created in the past, and how to heal the problems created by this, such as nuclear waste.

Open letter to all Americans

Dear Friends of Peace,

As you may know, our organization has been dealing with a hostile takeover bid, and many people have been drawn into crisis. Because the same crises occur on every level, it is possible to solve the crisis on the individual level and apply the same solution internationally, so we have called for a genocide watch on our organization to demonstrate the potential of our plan to end genocides on every level. While what is occurring is horrifying and oppressive, this is also allowing us to advise the government on how to end the global genocide.

What unites us is the fact that everyone is being oppressed. If the world leaders don’t know how to end a genocide and is relying on us, and the world leaders are watching our every move through the genocide watch I called for, then the counterpoint of that is conflict resolution. It is time for peace to come.

Anyone who attempts to continue on with any form of conflict is harming himself or herself more than the victims.  The victims who have passed away have made their ascension to the higher levels, and the perpetrators of the crimes have gone down in power.

How can I say this? Because this is what occurred with the preemptive strike against Iraq. The United States waged war against innocent people and we ended up losing our power base.

People equate ideas, such as military strength and power, but the strongest army in the world was driven out of Iraq by home-made explosive devices, and a Coalition of the Willing nations was not able to subdue the uprising against them.

This does not bode well for a military response against ISIS. Their tactics are to start “forest fires” and we will always be in a reactive mode. You cannot win a war that is always in the reactive mode, and where there is no centralized command. You cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives, and this is how covert and overt actions against someone work.

The problem we are facing as a nation is that the present structure is not working to solve the problems, but it actually makes the crisis worse.

The UN Charter has five main flaws, which actually encourage the games to be played.

1.      It does not treat all nations equally. This leads to war.
2.     It bases a nations power on its behavior rather than inalienable rights, which leads to control of other nations by covert and overt actions.
3.     A nation may not have a voice in matters of grave concern, which leads to terrorism.
4.  A nation that does not have a voice also has no recourse to change what is unfair, also leading to terrorism.
5. A nation does not have to be a signatory of the international courts, so disputes between nations are not resolved, so the anger continues to build against oppressive nations.

These flaws lead to oppression and destabilization. Attempts to reform the UN have failed. No nation in power will ever agree to let go of its power unless it is forced to, and that time is now.

The first requirement for conflict resolution is that everyone must be considered equal. That the games are oppressive and that everyone is playing the games and everyone is being oppressed has created the sense of equality.

The next requirement is that everyone must assume responsibility for their actions, and then come up with a plan that everyone agrees to.

That is the plan for the international government, starting with the proposal that disputes between nations be handled in a legitimate international court system rather than the battlefield. That is our Exit Strategy for Iraq. 

Why should the people suffer?

Why not be civilized internationally as well as within each nation?

How many nations go to war within their own country to settle disputes?

The basis for the international legal system won’t be Sharia Law. It will be Universal Law, because that is already in effect, and every person on the planet in some way has been exposed to these teachings. It is the fairest form of law that is possible. All the major religions of the world base their teachings Universal Law.

For the United States to step out of the conflict we are in with ISIS, we must stand on the principles of Universal Law.

To get peace, we must give peace.

The perpetrators of the crimes against humanity are fighting the Universe, and can’t win.

The Exit Strategy for Iraq calls for putting—originally, Saddam Hussein—now his lieutenants, into power temporarily, to end the conflict in Iraq and to help Iraq transition into being an equal member of the proposed international government. It grants Iraq full sovereignty. While that is taking place, the proposal calls for the United States to start to transition, also.

That leads us to our next proposal, which is the Constitutional Amendment proposal, which is actually the first proposal. The Exit Strategy is also a US proposal, one that plugs the drain to the Middle East on the US economy. While the Iraqi people are making their transition to full sovereignty, all Americans will be working to amend our Constitution to create the additional layer of government.

There is a great deal to do within the United States to prepare for full participation in the proposed international government, and it will take lots of time and effort on the parts of every American. While we are doing this, our organization will tackle the upcoming proposals, including rebuilding Iraq.

Karen Holmes,
The World Peace Organization for the One World Government

For updates on our progress in creating the World Peace Plan, please go to

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Dear President Obama

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations support the plan for the international government.

The climate change march and upcoming UN summit are in the news. Many people are standing in protest that the world’s leaders are not doing enough, and worse, the real efforts to end the climate change crisis won’t begin for another year.  Mankind can’t wait that long.  

The world is a closed ecosystem, and what occurs in one location in some way affects the entire system. This is a global issue, and the existing structure has proven it can’t solve the problem.

This is another dilemma, and the solution is once again the proposed international government, which takes politics out the solution, and puts the solution into the hands of the experts from all the nations on the planet. Many of the crises we are facing as a planet can be more easily resolved by turning them over to others who have the capacity to deal with the issue, because they are already dealing with the issue successfully. They have a plan, but no voice.

While the proposals must come slowly and in perfect order, building a solid foundation for the international government, our proposal to Kuwait leads to the creation of an international Department of the Environment.
Why Kuwait? They rely on the United Nations for their security, and they are dealing with the damage done by the oil well fires that occurred during the Gulf War.

The proposals and planning can be found on our website at

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Friday, September 19, 2014

Dear President Obama: A genocide is like fighting the allegorical devil

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

The games of illusion associated with genocides and slavery are heinous. Genocides are deplorable. My organization has been dealing with a hostile takeover bid in the form of a character defamation campaign, as I have told you before, and it is an individual form of genocide. I can speak from my own experience on this crisis.

It is like dealing with the allegorical  devil. He twists things and corrupts them. You must figure out how to outsmart him and it is very difficult to do because he knows how to outsmart you already. He has been doing it for a long time.  

The devil already controls everyone you consider to be your ally. You have no allies. You have no friends. If he offered them something and they accepted it, he controls them.  He can move faster than you because he needs no one's permission to move. To them, what they are doing seems totally logical. The problem is that by accepting his gift, they got what they wanted on a far higher level, but he didn't have the right or capacity to give it to them, and so it backed them into the corner with nowhere to go. It is like they are mentally ill, and becoming more and more illogical. It was offered on speculation for their involvement with his plot.

As you battle ISIS--or whoever controls ISIS--you will discover that you will soon be backed into a corner, too. 

The solution to any dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest. You are playing a new game that functions on a far higher level than you did before, and it is confusing to the devil. You are outsmarting him. As you hold onto the plan for the international government, you can walk forward with a sense of confidence.

At first, no one else will see the solution the way you do. Those who think globally will see it first. Those who function for their own interests will be the last to come in, but they will cause the greatest turmoil because they will continue to force their own agenda. They won't see its potential until they see how it benefits them. If they can't see it, they may not survive the crisis they are in as the watch their own grand opportunity that was offered to them pass them by.

The United States is the first to come in because we are the overview nation, a melting pot of nations, and because the Iraq War went against the intent of the UN Charter, and we are working to undo the damage we have done. This is where true power comes from. 

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Dear President Obama: You are walking a fine line by fighting ISIS

Dear Mr. President:

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

The reason so many people like the plan, including Muslims, is because it stands on the principles of fairness and equality. It stands on all seven principles that enable people to function on a higher level.

When the plan for the international government was first opened to debate, and many people knew about it, the next step was that if everyone was aware of the plan, that if you were not standing on the principles of it, it was seen as a power game.

You and your administration are walking a very fine line now, because many of your actions, including building a coalition, can be seen as power games, the same games George W. Bush used to justify the preemptive strike on Saddam Hussein. A long and protracted "War on Terror" is playing into the hands of those world leaders whose financial support is based on one.

The solution is the plan for the international government, and to start to transition into that. Standing on the principles. Addressing the root cause of terrorism, which is that people on the bottom have no voice, and must raise their voice to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence.

Also, in this case, the games include genocide and weaving an illusion, so the root cause of genocide must be addressed.

You are bringing together a coalition of nations to fight a terrorist organization, but you don't know who to trust. The only ones you can trust have the same goal as you, and are working toward those ends. Once you prove your intent, they will come to you. By then, they have proven their intent to you, too. At this point, you have no allies.

Terrorism is a game that is played. It is the game of Anger. It backfires on the players of the game. When people stand in protest, they target people, but go too far when they drag innocent people into the conflict. The one thing you do not want to do is to get into a feud because it gets much harder to stop.
To step away from this now, the idea of a global genocide must be addressed, including standing up to defend Saddam Hussein's innocence, the fact that he had no WMD. That starts to undermine the five power games associated with revenge.

I called for a genocide watch because this is a genocide. It is not just acts of terrorism, or a drive by the man who wants to be caliph. In the past, the US government used overt and covert acts to topple regimes, and now the games are being played on the United States.

By being dragged into a protracted campaign without addressing the root causes, you are going to be bankrupted, because "forest fires" can be started anywhere on the planet, and you will always be in a reactive response rather than becoming proactive.

An international protocol for ending the disputes must be addressed, including disputes from individuals with complaints against the United States. The United States is not a signatory of the international courts, so disputes are never resolved. This has led to a backlog of disputes, and we would be opening ourselves to a Pandora's Box of frivoulous and genuine cases against us.

We wipe clean the slate by offering the plan for a legitimate international court system, based on Universal Law--not Sharia Law, which is being propounded by the creation of a caliphate. Every major religion recognizes the Universal Law of Cause and Effect--karma or the Golden Rule. That is the first principle to be addressed. While some people do not stand on that principle, everyone has been exposed to it.

To get peace, you must give peace.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Dear Mr. President: Air strikes are not enough...

Dear Mr. President:

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 76 nations support the plan for the international government.

I have offered to you simple advice about how to deal with Iraq and to start to transition to the proposed international government. I posted our Exit Strategy for Iraq online. It is more an executive summary, and does not take into consideration the full ramifications of US involvement due to the death of Saddam Hussein.

I would like to submit to you an abridged proposal that discusses US responsibility for dealing with Iraq, and how to prepare for the mediation. It also explains the power games that governments play, and how take the Exit Strategy forward to the world conference.

The root cause must be addressed, and that is the power games of revenge. There are too many players of the games of revenge in the conflict, and everyone is jockeying for power--still getting revenge on Saddam Hussein, and too much illusion. Many people have fallen into traps and can't see a way out of their crisis. They are 180 degrees from where they think they are, calling for peace when their plan is to go to war. 

Izzat al Douri alone does not have the capacity to deal with the conflict in Iraq. Air strikes by a coalition of nations are not enough to end the treat of ISIS. Nor can you expect any of the other nations of the Middle East to have the same interest in terms of coming into the international government. The dominoes must fall for them to see the benefits of participation. The United States must first turn around and embrace the plan for the international government. The other leaders see a twisted and corrupted concept of the plan for the international government, and factions in their governments have chosen to go down into the power games, a plan that allows them to force their own agenda. They are not standing on the principles.

The original conflict in Iraq was between George HW. Bush and Saddam Hussein, and that drew in George W. Bush to wage a character defamation campaign against him. That allowed all the other players of the games to jump into the conflict. George W. Bush and George HW Bush must understand the ramifications of their judgment against Saddam Hussein to start to undermine the games that are being played. In some way, the sense of judgment has affected all the nations of the Middle East.

People are calling for getting the United States back into the war. Going down deeper into the games of war is not the solution. The United States is at a point of choice in our relationships with the leaders of the Middle Eastern nations. With everyone jockeying for power, the problem that must be addressed when bringing in a coalition is the games of revenge everyone is playing. 

The games are discussed in the abridged proposal. The following unabridged proposal will include the other Middle Eastern proposals, and information about the organization.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes