Thursday, September 10, 2015

Your Excellency: The Migration Issue

9 September 2015

An open letter to the diplomatic community

Your Excellency:

As of today, people in 81 nations support the plan for the proposed international government.

The refugee crisis will continue to grow as governments face the rise of extremism, and innocent people get drawn into the conflict. The solution is the creation of the proposed international government because a nation’s power is based on its population, and if a government is too oppressive, the people will leave and that nation will lose power on the international level.

The legislative branch of the international government will be divided into two houses. The Senate creates legislation based on the rights of the people, and every nation will have equal representation because every culture deserves to be respected. The House of Representatives will address the will of the people, and to be fair, a nation with greater population will have greater representation. It will be in the best interest of a government to support its people.

One of the rights a citizen of the international government will have is to leave a nation if he or she believes he is being oppressed, and so at first, there will be a movement of people searching for a place that offers a higher standard of living, but eventually, because people generally prefer to be surrounded by others of their own culture, the movement will stabilize—when the governments let go of the oppressive power games and their economies also stabilize.

The first issue to address is that disputes between nations will be resolved in an international court system rather than the battlefield, which is part of our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal. It allows the United States, and also England, to withdraw from the conflict in Iraq by doing what is in everyone’s best interest. At the same time, the United States must start to address amending our Constitution to add the layer of government over what already exists.

Our proposals for the first eight nations, and one for the Philippines, can be found on our website at  I ask that when the diplomatic community addresses the refugee issue, that this solution be included in the debate.

Yours for peace,

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