Friday, May 1, 2015

Your Excellency: Goal is Economic Stability

1 May 2015

Your Excellency:

In my letter dated 19 April to the diplomatic community, I talked about the collapse of the existing international paradigm based on power games and the need for a new paradigm, and at this time, there are several options. When the old structure collapsed, several world leaders stood up, believing this was their grand opportunity. But, if the new structure is based on the same old gamesmanship that has existed for millennia, it is not in anyone's interest for it to come.

How can mankind tell what will be accepted? The games that governments play are oppressive to the people, so it is up to the people to decide what will be accepted. As I was told when I questioned whether people would be ready to help to create a global democratic structure, "people know oppression when they see it."

Our Iraq proposal includes a list of 10 benefits that come from joining the proposed international government. It will take time for the nations to see the benefits of the plan, so one step at a time, we are introducing the proposals and opening them to debate, but it is up to the nations to decide how they will affect that nation. Invitations t o join the international government will come from the people, when the people are ready, not from the governments that are jockeying for power on the international level.

How this will play out, our first proposal enables the creation of the international legal system based on Universal Law--to which every person on the planet has been exposed--rather than attempting to force a legal system on another culture or nation. The monies now wasted on war or national defense will go to support the people rather than to draw them into conflict. The first leaders to see the opportunity to enable the people to prosper will be ahead of others in gaining power on the international level, because in the proposed international government, a nation's power won't be based on military might or games of one-upmanship, but on economic stability. While third world nations may believe they are being left out, most third world nations have vast natural resources that, due to the power games, have not benefited the people.

Yours for peace,
Karen Holmes,