Tuesday, August 4, 2015

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)