Saturday, October 18, 2014

Dear President Obama: Enslavement of Iraqi Women and Children by ISIS

Dear President Obama:

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 slavery issue in Iraq can be addressed and resolved by the proposed international government because it guarantees to every person on the planet their inalienable rights granted to all the peoples of the planet by the Creator of us all. Our inalienable rights are to be able to create the life we want without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in our government.

Our inalienable rights are abrogated by the governments and people in power that rely on power games to make a presence on the international level or within the nations, because the games are oppressive to the people.

The rise of slavery is one of the ripples of effects that have gone out from the Iraq War. It is one of five games that make up the act of revenge. People who play the game of slavery fear intimacy, and they believe they can gain it by joining with the others in the act of revenge. The revenge is a means to an end. ISIS is enslaving women and children to enable themselves to gain a voice and a sense of abundance.

People who are enslaved are vulnerable to the attacks because they have no place to go. No sense of home.

America is a melting pot of cultures and religions. An American can look like anyone on the planet. Our national identity is that of diversity. In Iraq, people generally identify with sects or tribes, and secondly that they are Iraqis, which alienates Iraqis who are different in some way.

Under the existing paradigm, national borders were drawn across cultures to keep the people destabilized, but under the international government, the borders may be redrawn based on common cultures, and there may be up to 500 nations. To counter that effect, a nation will have more power in the international House of Representatives by staying together.

The first right a citizen will have guaranteed to him or her is the right to leave a country if he feels he is being oppressed. Governments that are oppressive to their people will lose power on the international level, so they will have to turn their attentions inside their country to enable the people to prosper to maintain their power.

At the same time, nations that offer greater rights will see an increase of immigration, which will probably be short-termed because the people of the same culture generally prefer to stay together.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,