Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Dear President Obama: In regards to Cuba..

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 77 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan for the international government.

Not all nations are ready simultaneously to join the plan for the international government. Even if they like the plan, nations may not be ready. There is a squeezing actions that occurs first and a Moment of Choice.

Our proposals are offered in a specific order from the most general to the more specific, and one triggers the others and builds on the foundation that is being created.

In  regards to Cuba, and foreign policy related to normalizing relations, Cuba is not ready to come into the process.

With the Moment of Choice, there is a series of "battles" that are established, and on a parallel basis, it is like a husband and wife going through a hostile divorce. One stands on the principles and one stands on the power games, and may even resort to acts of revenge. If the one who goes down into the games gets revenge, it draws in others, and it creates a coalition against the one who stands on the principles.

To recognize the one who stands on the games as the legitimate government, it kicks the nation off balance and creates a civil war.

This is what occurred in Iraq.

The first 8 nations, including the United States, has fallen into crisis because of this.

As in a divorce, the children are affected, but also neighbors and others who normally would not have a say in the relationship. It is very important to address the root cause of the crisis to leave out the sense of judgment and to find a sense of balance through conflict resolution between the original two.

Cuba is still going through the series of battles, and by going in too soon, this will break open a conflict that will trigger others and spiral out of control.

With acts of revenge, each of the games-players undermines the one who brought him into the coalition.

Iraq is the conflict that triggered a global genocide, and that must come first. It addresses the rationale for creating an international court system that enables disputes between nations to be resolved without loss of lives.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,