Sunday, April 12, 2015

Your Excellency: Exit Strategy for Iraq is the Solution

12 April 2015

Your Excellency:

As the plan for the international government is debated, it offers world leadership the opportunity to function on a higher level as crises develop.

When in a crisis situation, one's perspective narrows to the point where only two options are apparent, and both are untenable. One option is to ignore the crisis and pass it on to future generation. The other is to fall back to the games of one-upmanship and there is always a backlash to the games. What is not apparent during times of crisis is the third option, and that is to do what is in everyone's best interest. Diplomacy generally puts one's own nation first, and that is a normal reaction, but when the other's perspective is not regarded or is put down, there is conflict.

The application of this crisis-solving concept is our proposals. The first is the overview perspective, and that is the United States at this time. We are a nation of immigrants who came here looking for greater rights and opportunities, a solution to an individual crisis.

The first issue is our Exit Strategy for Iraq, and it sets the stage for the creation of an international court system so disputes between nations can be handled with no loss of life. Our proposal offers a path for ending the global genocide that started as a result of the preemptive strike on Iraq. During that crisis, the United Nations has proven that it can't end or prevent wars, and so this is the solution.

All the nations and every individual will benefit by the creation of the international government court system, so it is in everyone's best interest for it to come about. With that in mind, we can offer the planning and work together as a planet to bring it about, step by step. This sets the stage for our next proposal, the U.S. Constitutional amendment proposal that guarantees to every person on the planet his or her inalienable rights, which is what people who have been in a genocide lack.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,