Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Dear President Obama: World Peace Will Be the Will of the People

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.

At first, only a few individuals will see the potential for the plan for the international government, and those are the people whose perspective is the overview, the way the United States can be considered the overview concept for the planet. We are a melting pot of cultures and religions. The overview perspective comes first to introduce the idea for the international government, but then we must draw in the other nations whose perspective is narrower. We don't expect everyone to see the wider perspective.

Those whose interests depend on gamesmanship are threatened by the introduction of the plan for the international government, and they will hold on tenaciously to the old paradigm. 

This comes to a Moment of Choice between two people, and one will stand on the principles and the other will rely on the games. This leads to a series of battles. This is what is creating the friction on the planet at this time. The choices have gone out and they have created a schism within governments.

It is a matter of interpretation, the difference between the intent of the law and the letter of the law. 

The plan for the international government must come slowly and in perfect order, and as we address one issue at a time, the nations will start to line up in a row.  Until their issues are addressed, the schism will exist in each of the nations. For the plan to be accepted in that nation, we must offer the leadership something that enables them to function on a higher level. This in effect, enables the creation of a flat hierarchy, where the side that is relying on the games is attempting to coerce their goal of a vertical hierarchy.

Participation in the international government must come by invitation of the people, not by the world's leaders sitting down to write a treaty, which is what everyone assumed was necessary, and was frustrated that the world's leaders refused to do at the many summits. The world's leaders will never agree to a treaty, but will agree to a constitution once they see how the plan benefits them.

The United States will demonstrate how the new international government will function, as the result of the will of the people, when our nation works to amend our Constitution to create the additional layer of government. Now, they see our president as the most powerful person on the planet, and don't understand that power is derived from the people of the nation. 

Karen Holmes,