Sunday, November 30, 2014

Dear President Obama: The dilemma of waging war and peace

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 77 nations, including Muslim nations and now Russia, support the plan for the international government.

I would like to again look at the idea of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's resignation and the search for his replacement.

The call for military intervention in Iraq against ISIS is very strong from people whose focus is military, and Hagel's focus has been on downsizing the military. This put him into a dilemma, that he had to do something, but he didn't know what to do. The solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest. The solution has elements of both extremes, but finds the middle ground.

Because the plan for the international government is in everyone's best interest, that will always be the solution.

The plan for the international government is huge, and it addresses all the crises we are facing as a planet.

The solution for ISIS is not just military intervention, but the introduction of the premise that each of the world's seven major religions teaches one segment of the body of knowledge that is necessary to create the life you want. Each also plays one favorite power game, and this is what has led to the destabilization of the Middle East by Israel.

There is a Muslim prophecy that Jesus and Muhammad will return and work together to bring world peace, and that is what is occurring now. The caliphate is not what many Muslims think. It is not that one man will make himself emperor of the planet by brute force, but the plan for the international government, where every person on the planet has the opportunity, the capacity and the equality to create the life they want.

So, by understanding the wider perspective, it is possible to come to a non-military intervention in what is an unfolding genocide.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,