Friday, August 28, 2015

Email to Senator Ron Wyden Concerning the Iran Nuclear Agreement


Senator Ron Wyden

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 81 nations support the plan for the international government.

In regards to the Iran Nuclear Agreement, we do not have an official statement for or against, but only recommend that our government do what is in everyone's best interest. That is the solution to every crisis. We do not tell anyone what to do, but how to do it.

Karen Holmes
The World Peace Organization for the One World Government

Monday, August 24, 2015

New Affiliate Member Nation

We just received an affiliate member application from a man in Germany, making the total number of affiliate member nations 81!

Affiliate membership has allowed us to leverage the plan into the diplomatic community in Washington, DC, which has allowed us to gain the attention of the world leaders, so every affiliate member plays an important part in world peace.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Conflict Resolution Brochures

There is no clear international protocol for ending a genocide, and so the world's leaders stand helplessly by and watch as a genocide devolves, ripple after ripple. The dictionary definition of genocide as ethnic cleansing does not address the root cause of a genocide so it makes the crisis worse. Genocides reach the point of wanton slaughter of many people before the word is even spoken. There must be a way to recognize what leads to genocides to prevent them and to end them.

Genocides are more common that one would expect. They occur on every level, including within families. Character defamation is an individual form of genocide, and when played between two world leaders, such as George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein, it triggered a global genocide.

Our goal with the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal is the creation of an international court system that handles disputes between nations, rather than the battlefield, because not only does the existing structure not have the capacity to prevent or end wars, it can't stop the global genocide that is tearing apart the planet. Genocides involve a sense of illusion, and it is impossible to have a fair trial because as the ripples of effects go out, they draw in people who don't even know they are part of the larger conflict.

Rather than address the root cause of a genocide here, I will introduce our remarkable Conflict Resolution brochures, which compare genocides with romantic attachments, and offer the solution for ending genocides within the family, which can then be applied on the international level between nations.

(See the Reference Menu)

Finding an advocate:

The plan for the international government has been opened to debate and many people are talking about it. A schism has formed and those who stand on the principles have seen the potential of the plan and embraced it, functioning on a higher level. Simultaneously, those who rely on the old structure have realized they have been affected financially, and have resorted to playing power games. This conflict has affected the lives of many people, and even people who normally would not be involved have been dragged into the crisis.

On the opposite side of the circle from the plan is to address security issues...

Family genocides tear apart the family because of the sense of judgment. In "Unraveling the Conflict in Your Life," the first step involves finding an advocate to help you get your children back, and your advocate must be able to speak from personal experience.

We are in the Hindu segment of our Faith of the Pure Ray (church) calendar, and addressing the story of the Ramayana, where Rama rescued his wife, Sita, from her abductor, which also addresses the issue of judgment.

To end a genocide, someone must stand up to defend the person who is being defamed. Our organization is standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, and offering our plan, which benefits everyone. It treats everyone fairly and equally, and guarantees our inalienable rights granted to us by our Creator to every person on the planet, something that victims of genocides lack.

Your Excellency: The Faith of the Pure Ray, The Ramayana Teaches us about Security

Your Excellency:

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

The solution to every crisis is to do what is in everyone's best interest. Today, i would like to open debate on the Faith of the Pure Ray and how it can unify the planet and help to solve problems.

In the past, I told you about the Faith of the Pure Ray, and how each of the seven major religions teaches one segment of the body of knowledge necessary to create the life you want. When each of the religions is fit into a circle, it is possible to see how the religions interact, and to understand that religions that seem to oppose each other actually have much in common.

Christianity teaches the principles of creativity, and coming up with a plan to solve a problem, and any plan that is a plot in in no one's best interest. There is always a backlash. On the opposite side of the circle, Islam teaches how to stand in protest when someone is not standing on the principles of what is right. Muslims lash out, but go too far when innocent people are drawn into the conflict. This interaction swings the proverbial pendulum, and when the Jews believe they have been victimized, the pendulum starts to revolve, drawing in the other religions. It takes a fourth element to end the conflict, and in the case of the Middle East, that is the principles of Buddhism, which teaches how to gain support from others.

Hinduism teaches the principles of security, and it is also on the opposite side of the circle from Christianity and the plan. The Hindu story--the Ramayana--teaches us of Rama's defense of his wife, Sita, when she was abducted. How this plays out on the international level is that the United States must address the issue that Saddam Hussein was innocent of the charges against him, and we must stand to defend him. The issue of no WMD must be addressed to enable the plan to go forward.

I would like to open debate on the issue of no WMD and, therefore, Saddam Hussein's innocence. He was attempting to comply with U.N. sanctions. I would also like to address another issue that is part of the Ramayana, which is the sense of judgment. All eight of the nations of our first year's proposals fell into crisis due to a sense of judgment.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

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

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

What Killed Stonehenge?

Our organization's independent members and their families are parallel to the 200 nations, so as we apply the plans of each of the proposals in our own lives to solve our problems, we can demonstrate the potential of the plan to function on the international levels.

We have been dealing with an internal genocide in the form of a character defamation campaign, which is a form of genocide. Our focus at this time is parallel to the global genocide that is unfolding that started with the Iraq War, and the act of revenge that started with the Gulf War and the US invasion of Kuwait. 

First, we asked the diplomatic community to do a genocide watch.

For millennia, people have gone to Stonehenge and have seen the stones and have marveled at the amount of time and effort went into moving those huge stones hundreds of miles, and wondered why they did it. We see the ravages of time, and wonder its original purpose and what the original plan was. Was it abandoned before it was completed?

The archeologists have focused on collecting evidence, and with each discovery, they have marveled at the scientific accuracy of these ancient people being able to predict eclipses and the exact place of sunrises and sunsets and full moons.

They have wondered about the bodies that have been buried at Stonehenge, and whether the people who lived there used it for some sort of religious rituals, and how it all fit together. Were sacrifices performed on the flat stones, and the victims buried there, or did the people of the area build Stonehenge to honor their dead? If so, how do you account for the fact that some of the people buried there came from distant places?

Archeologists learned that Stonehenge was built in three stages, over a span of thousands of years. The first was a ring of posts in the ground. The second was the huge center standing stones. The third was the ring of smaller stones that partially lined the original posts.

Recent archeological findings have shown Stonehenge to be part of a larger concept, several sites that are located close enough together in time and space to have functioned simultaneously, but each with a different purpose.

These findings support our theory that Stonehenge was used as a site for conflict resolution, and it drew kings and queens from all over the known world to settle their disputes.

The first proposal of the plan for the international government addresses the establishment of an international court system, so that disputes between nations off the battlefield and puts them into a legitimate and recognized court system, saving lives and monies. History is repeating itself.

Looking again at Stonehenge, we focus on the fact that at some point in time, kings and queens stopped going there to handle disputes. Why did they stop?

Stonehenge is evolving to the next level, now about to address the issue that led to its abandonment.

It is time to draw together everything we know and to put it into one solid theory that can stand the test of time, and answers all the questions that have been posed since the original inhabitants walked away and its purpose forgotten.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

What?! We don't recommend any changes?

The crisis we are facing as a planet devolved as an act of revenge, which is based on five power games, including war, genocide, massacres and human rights violations, and terrorism. Two of the games are based on weaving an illusion. The truth cannot overcome the lies that are going out, it just reaches the point where no one knows who to trust.

Win-win agreements overcome the lies, but before the illusion collapses, how do you know who has what you want? What if someone is dragging you deeper into the illusion?

This is why we are opening the plan to debate amongst the diplomatic community.

We are looking for the world's statesmen and women who will participate in creating the international government, and people prove their intent by what they say and do.

Once they get to the conference, they will take debate to the next level, and that is to do what our Founding Fathers did, they "stormed the mountain," and built on each other's input to achieve the highest and  best for all people, an institution with the capacity to last for 1000 years.

Karen Holmes

Your Excellency: The Shift to Economic Capacity

4 August 2015

Open letter to the diplomatic community

Your Excellency:

In a previous letter, I stated that the new structure under the international government will trigger a shift in perspective from military strength to economic capacity, and while we don’t advise any major changes at this time in how the governments function, I would like to explain the basis for making the transition.

Until this time, there have been games of one-upmanship for power and resources based on a sense of lack, but the games no longer work. There is always a backlash to the games. The solution is for everyone to work together, because with the shared resources of the planet, the solutions will be found.

The international government will have eleven departments. They will advise individual nations to help to maintain the world’s resources at their highest levels. The economic departments and their committees that work between the departments will make fair and equitable trade agreements between nations. They will also be available to advise individual governments on what resources a nation has. When you are in a crisis situation, it is hard to see what resources you have to work with, and you are pushing away what you need and holding onto what can’t help you. It takes looking at the issue from a broader perspective to see the logical solution, and this is why I recommend that the diplomatic community open dialogue on the issues that mankind is facing.

Our first two proposals enable the United States and England (we are temporarily separating England from the UK) to find their traditional and historic niches. Both are prosperous nations, but our proposals demonstrate what makes them unique from other nations, and what it takes to start to transition to an economy based on a sense of abundance rather than from a sense of lack. Our Exit Strategy for Iraq establishes an international court system so that disputes between nations are settled in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies now wasted on war go to support the people.The U.S. Constitution guaranteed the rights of the people, which drew people from all over the world, and every time one immigrant came to the United States, we multiplied our resources because we had his or her lifetime accumulated wealth of wisdom and expertise.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

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