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)