Friday, June 12, 2015

Your Excellency: How to build trust

11 June 2015

Your Excellency:

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

In a recent letter, I offered the root cause of genocides, that they come from the power game of Envy. The perpetrator of the game puts another individual on a pedestal, and it creates a sense of judgment. The first eight nations that we are offering proposals to fell into crisis because of a sense of judgment. Genocides have a sense of illusion. Once the Grand Lie is told, the truth does not overcome the lie. It just reaches the point where no one knows who to trust.

You can defend yourself, but if you attempt to fight, the crisis will get worse. Rather than to attempt to unravel the lie, the solution is to do what is in everyone’s best interest, and to trust Universal Law—to understand that there is always a backlash to the games. The issue of no WMD is important because it implies that Saddam Hussein was attempting to comply with U.N. sanctions, and therefore innocent of the charges against him. The power games continue until an innocent person is “crucified,” and then it collapses the power structure of those who attack him.

As the old structure is collapsing, the new structure must be rising, a plan that enables conflict resolution and benefits everyone. The highest good for all people is to work together to create the international government, starting with addressing the issue of genocides—the global genocide that came as the result of the preemptive strike on Iraq. It offers to everyone what people who have been dragged into a genocide lack—their inalienable rights—their liberty.

As people become aware that the power games now actually result in a loss of power, what must replace the games is something that functions on a higher level, and that is win-win agreements, which build trust and set the stage for future agreements. It is important to understand how the games work because what seems to be a win-win agreement may actually be part of the illusion associated with the genocide and an act of revenge leading to more backlashes, which back you deeper into a proverbial corner.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Copy: Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon)