Friday, October 16, 2015

Dear President Obama

My organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 81 nations support the plan for world peace.

With the presidential election coming, the issue of whether the United States will participate in the creation of the international government is becoming apparent. The plan has been opened to debate, and many world's leaders are aware of the plan, but the plan is also competing with the existing structure, which many world's leaders rely on for security and support, and are therefore resistant to change, and with the rise of individual world leaders who sees the present circumstances as his or her opportunity to become supreme leader of the planet.

This time of transition is a difficult one, and what makes it even harder is that those who are angry and resisting change and those who see this as their opportunity to create their life on a higher level are fighting for their lives and weaving an illusion, and don't see the benefits of the plan.

It takes those who see the true potential of the plan to continue to work to bring it about. We must stand on the principles of the plan. The games of one-upmanship that the old structure is based upon can no longer be tolerated. The United States must continue to work toward the creation of the plan for the international government--to make it a reality.

Our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal has been opened to debate, and is contingent upon the United States working to create the plan for the international government within the United States. Time is short, with the upcoming presidential election and the announcement that the Chilcot Report will be opened to public scrutiny.

I ask that you work with me and my organization to create the plan for the international government.  

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes