Saturday, June 20, 2015

Your Excellency: Defending the Rights of the Individual

20 June 2015

An open letter to the diplomatic community

Your Excellency:

As of today, people in 80 nations support the plan for the international government.

The global focus remains on the expanding global genocide that was started as the result of the preemptive strike on Iraq, a sovereign nation. As much as the international government is  a goal desired to be hastily completed, the plan must prove it can solve the problems, and we, as a planet, are facing the worst-case scenario of a global genocide.

Genocides always have an element of illusion, and the horror comes when the truth coming out   does not overcome the lie. It reaches the point where no one knows who to trust. The first requirement for conflict resolution is that there must be a sense of equality. The perpetrators of the games must be facing the backlashes from their games by reaching their ultimate conclusion, which is the opposite expected result, and the so-called victims must be rising in power because they are standing on the principles, and the problem is that because of the ripples going out, the later ripples reinforce the previous ones, and it comes impossible to unravel the illusion.

The only thing you can trust at that point is Universal Law. At this point in time, every person on the planet has been exposed in some way to that law, and then it becomes a matter of choice whether that person will apply it in their own life. Even then, there are ripples of effects and confusion, because the illusion is so strong.

The understanding of the games, then, becomes important. No one has the right to invade a sovereign nation without provocation, and a preemptive strike goes against this premise. The presumption of innocence until proven guilty is an important principle of the U.S. legal system because you cannot defend yourself from prejudice or ulterior motives, and because our legal system guarantees the inalienable rights of the individual, then defense of individual rights is a federal responsibility.

I would like to open this issue to debate, of how standing up to defend the rights every individual has helps to end genocides, and covert and overt actions that start them.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes
Copy: Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-OR)