Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Letter to Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-OR): February 25, 2015

My organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 78 nations support the plan for the international government.

Congress is addressing the issue of sending ground troops into Iraq in the fight against ISIS, but the end result of that is to create a feud that is impossible to end. While the military believes they understand how to end the conflict, the conflict in Iraq devolved as a genocide, and the knee-jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse.

The issue that no WMD were found means that Saddam Hussein was attempting to comply with UN sanctions, and therefore it was an illegal war. Power games reach their ultimate conclusion when an innocent person is "crucified." The judgment against him was character defamation, and it collapsed the US power base.

The conflict created a schism within the United States, and the military and many Republicans followed one path while those with a wider perspective followed another. Now, as Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, who both supported the preemptive strike, [start their campaigns], the understanding of why the preemptive strike didn't work must be addressed or in the run-up to the 2016 presidential elections, the truth will be lost amongst the campaign rhetoric.

The ripples that have gone out from the "sexed up" evidence--a Grand Lie--include the rise of ISIS. As the US power base collapsed, the other world leaders saw it as their opportunity to rise in power, and they are playing the power games that they used to gain in power and prestige. As I said, the games continue until an innocent person is sacrificed, and the solution to stop ISIS involves not military escalation, but first to defend Saddam Hussein as innocent, but also to allow our organization to introduce the plan for the international government.

The plan for the international government is not coming from the world leaders, but from a very small organization in Oregon, from people who have no power whatsoever. Dictators wield enormous power, but no matter the form of government, power is derived from the people, and in cases such as Iraq and Syria, and many other parts of the world, the rights of the people are being abrogated. To underestimate the power of doing what is in everyone's best interest will help to collapse ISIS.

Imagine that people all over the planet see that the United States is the most powerful nation, and believe it is so because of our military. They don't understand that where true power comes from. Power doesn't come from oppression, or military strength, but from assuming responsibility to undo the damage you have done.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq, and concurrently addressing the Constitutional Amendment to create the additional layer of government over what already exists, is the solution. We rise in power while ISIS falls.

Darkness cannot prevent what is in everyone's best interest. It can only delay it. When darkness and fear rises, the solution is to do what is in everyone's best interest.

Congress can support the use of military to defend Americans all over the planet, but that should be a contingency application. Congress should instead debate the plan for the international government.

I have a proposal for Congress to address the plan for the international government, and also one for the diplomatic community. Our proposal for President Obama offers him the choices we now have as a nation.

If you are interested, I am willing to personally deliver our proposal to Congress to your office in Coos Bay or by mail.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Your Excellency: Participation in the International Government is by invitation.

Recent uprisings are not necessarily the result of protests from the people that the power games the power games are oppressing. They may also be a result of attempts to topple the government as part of the drive to instate the caliphate, and combined to form a global government by one individual.

Ripples of effects have gone out from the Iraq War to draw in every person on the planet in some way. The first ripples separated the people into the same four segments that every movement does. The first people to come in stand on the principles, the second comes in when financially affected, and the third come in when their lives are affected. The final segment function for their own interests, and it is this group that has the capacity to topple governments. With the act of revenge, there is a sense of illusion, and the perpetrators are reacting as the results of lies that have been told, and truths being twisted.

The solution is to work together to establish the plan for the international government. Power games are oppressive to the people, and people know oppression when they see it. The final stage of the genocide is that the people walk away, but even just allowing the plan for the international government to be opened to debate allows people to walk toward something that functions on a higher level.

The proposed international government is based on seven principles that are so agreeable to the people that they will walk away from the old, oppressive paradigm. The principles are Equality, Liberty, Freedom, Compassion, Abundance, Capacity and Tolerance. They help to create a sense of balance.

To stop the cycle of violence, we are declaring that world peace must come from the people, when the people are ready for it to come. There is a lack of trust of governments, and by putting the choice on the people, it empowers them to make the best choice. Rather than the governments agreeing to the plan, the people will invite their governments to participate.

Within the United States, the same crisis is occurring. Our government is based on "government by the people, for the people." The way our nation will address this is through an amendment to our Constitution. While we are doing this--it may take up to seven years--we will continue to address the issues related to Iraq.

Yours for peace,
Karen Holmes,