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