Thursday, July 23, 2015

Letter to Mr. Siddiqui, Gandhi Jinnah Peace Research Institute of South Asia.

Our organization received a letter from a man in Pakistan who has started a non profit organization--Pakistan Chapter of the "Gandhi Jinnah Peace Research Institute of South Asia," and he  is standing in protest against corruption in government. This is a response to his letter that can apply to many similar circumstances around the planet. 

Dear Mr. Siddiqui:

After reading your letters, I would like to share with you what I have learned about getting the attention of the powerful elite. I found that they will only listen if you have the masses behind you and you are introducing a plan that benefits everyone. That is why my organization has affiliate membership. You may be able to open a dialogue, but the change comes within a culture when the people are ready for change—because people will no longer tolerate the power games—and someone offers a plan that benefits everyone.

Why am I telling you this? Isn’t this what Gandhi and Jinnah did to enable India to gain its independence? The old structure based on oppression is collapsing, and the new structure that functions on a higher level is rising in popularity.

Once they reach equal levels, the new structure must not succumb to the same power games that the old structure was based upon, or it too becomes oppressive. It is a matter of standing on the principles of fairness and equality.

Open a dialogue amongst your family and friends and within your organization about how you intend to end the corruption within the power elite amongst the people. Come up with a plan that benefits everyone. From my own experience, the people you are trying to convince have no interest in listening to you, I am sorry to say. There is no incentive to change unless squeezed to do so by the creation of something that functions on a higher level. Leave them in the proverbial dust.

Talk to everyone you know about the plan for the international government. I am not sure if we will have a proposal for Pakistan and India, but start with ending the global genocide that started with the preemptive strike on Iraq. Then I recommend you follow through on the topics of debate as the plan for the international government progresses.

The first idea is that there is always a backlash to the power games. If you grab for power, you are coming from a lack of power. Corruption may seem to work for a time, but the games end when played on an innocent person, such as President George W. Bush and the preemptive strike on Saddam Hussein. The fact there were no WMD means that he was innocent of the charges against him. The grab for power ended up with George W. Bush and Tony Blair losing power.

There is no judgment against them because everyone plays the games, but the games don’t work. What does work is having a plan that benefits everyone.

This first idea is that the games are oppressive to the people, and that disputes between nations should be settled in a legitimate and globally recognized international court system rather than the battlefield. The present structure is unfair and isn’t working. The United Nations has proven it cannot end or prevent wars. The international legal system will be based on Universal Law, to which every person on the planet has been exposed. It guarantees the inalienable rights to every person on the planet—to be able to create the life they want without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in their government. These are the rights granted to us by the Creator of us all, and denied to us by corrupt governments. A government that oppresses its people is not fighting the people. It is fighting the entire Universe, and can’t win.

While corrupt governments may seem to have absolute power, true power comes from assuming responsibility, not from oppressive power games, and therefore, the power a government has is derived from the people. Open the dialogue amongst the people how they can assume responsibility for the issues that the people are facing and that the government is not. This is the strength of civil society. A global renaissance functions on a higher level than a global genocide.

Yours for peace,

The World Peace Organization for the One World Government

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Letter to Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon: The Department of the Oceans

This is in regards to the drilling in the Arctic Oceans, a solution that benefits everyone.

In the past, I spoke to you about the proposed international government. Because the oceans affect every person on the planet, one of its departments will be the Department of the Oceans, which will work to keep them pristine.

The oceans must remain sovereign, not only because they affect every part of our lives, but because the Earth functions as a living entity, and to unset the balance past a certain point, can wipe all life off the planet.

The issue of drilling in the Arctic Ocean includes the issue of who owns the oceans, and the land grab for mineral rights seems simple and logical to many people, but not only is the search for oil going on, there is new technology out now that can strip seawater of all its minerals.

The ocean functions like a battery, with electrolytes, and by removing all the electrolytes from a battery makes it non-functional.

My organization has an upcoming project, an Ocean Symposium that draws together experts on the oceans from all over the planet to debate sovereignty issues and technology review for the invention that removes minerals from the oceans. We will host the symposium in Brookings.

We hope you will support the symposium, and work with Senator Wyden and Congressman DeFazio to keep the oceans sovereign.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Your Excellency: Opening Debate on Technology Review

17 July 2015

An open letter to the diplomatic community

Your Excellency:

This month, America celebrates our independence. In the 1770s, England’s King George III was exploiting his colonies so he could continue to fight the French; wars are expensive and oppressive to the people. In just one century, the monies were turned inside the country to enable the people to prosper, and the technology of the day—the steam engine—established the railroad system and travel by steamships, but then World War I came and that technology was used for war.

This week, the Iran nuclear power deal has the capacity to trigger the same pivot to enable the people to prosper, and combined with the creation of the international government, where disputes between nations are settled in a legitimate and globally recognized international court system, there is no need for developing technology to be used for warfare. Innovation in technology can be used to trigger a global renaissance instead.

We are introducing the idea for technology review to ensure that technology will be used to benefit the people. We would like to open this idea to debate, also, so that shared research enables the solutions to problems to be found, and to ensure that cultures that may have previously opposed the introduction of certain technologies to have a voice in their creation. No new technology should be introduced until everyone is basically in agreement for it to come. There is no resistance to the plan when everyone is involved with the creation of it, and every aspect is addressed, including cultural review. This is the value of inclusive debate.

Our technology team will participate in the events at Oxford and Stonehenge, which are part of the planning for the creation of the international court system. The first issue the team will address during this event is technology review.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

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

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Your Excellency: Turn the problems over to the people

4 July 2015

Open letter to the diplomatic community

Your Excellency:

Today our nation celebrates its independence. Our Founding Fathers understood that power games are oppressive to the people, and decided the new government would be “by the people, for the people, and of the people.” As they wrote the Constitution, they guaranteed to every American the inalienable rights granted to us by our Creator, to be able to create the life they want without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in their government.

Today I would like to open an idea to debate, one that allows every person on the planet their inalienable rights, and allows the nations to function on far higher level, also. We are not yet at the point where we can create an international government that guarantees to every person their inalienable rights.

The international government will have three branches—the executive, legislative and judicial—and they will have the authority granted to them by the constitution of the international government to make laws, execute the laws, decide if laws are constitutional, and decide what should be done if the laws are broken.

It will also have eleven or more departments that will act as advisors to the branches. They will be made up of experts in their fields from every nation, autonomous and sovereign, and will offer viable solutions to the problems we are facing as a planet.  They will also advise individual nations and this will be one of the greatest benefits of participation in the international government.

The departments will supersede the existing institutions, taking politics out of the solution. They are the Departments of Commerce, Internal Revenue Service, Treasury, Defense/Facilitators, Corrections, Transportation, Agriculture, Oceans, Interior, Natural Resources, and the Environment. With no need for redundant research, and with combined shared resources, solutions will be found.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,
Copy: Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon)4 July 2015

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