Sunday, January 18, 2015

Your Excellency: "State of the Planet" Address

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 78 nations support the plan for world peace.

This week marks the anniversary of when the U.N. Genocide Convention went into force. It has not yet been able to stop the genocide that is rippling out from the conflict in Iraq. With no clear understanding of how genocides devolve, there is no clear understanding of how to stop them.

The conflict in Iraq triggered crises that affect in some way every person on the planet, and to stop these crises, our organization first called for a genocide watch, and then offered our plan. Because genocides occur on every level, we offered the diplomatic community the opportunity to watch how our organization's genocide devolved with the understanding that our plan for extricating the United States from the conflict is the solution to both.

Now I would like to address the final step before this series of planned events can be triggered. That is to observe the attempt to fight ISIS will fail unless the nations of the world consider their own participation on the creation of the international government.

Consider, if you will, that power grabs now lead to a loss of power, but that does not mean they are not oppressive. The solution is not to stand and fight, although defense is still necessary. Simultaneously turning attention toward working together to create the international government demonstrates to those who are grabbing for power that there is a better way to function than through oppression.

We would like to turn the focus of the world's leaders not to defense, but to unity in creating a new paradigm for the future, letting go of what we no longer wish to experience and working toward what we do wish. This coming week, President Obama will lay out his plans for the coming year for America, and the diplomats can do the same for the entire planet. A "State of the Planet" address. While you are doing this, our organization will work together to bring the peoples of the world into the debate.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,