Friday, October 23, 2015

Dear President Obama: You can't convince anyone to participate

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

The plan for the international government has been opened to debate, and many people are aware of it and see it as the solution to the crises we are facing. Not all people see the potential for the plan to benefit them. Only those with the widest perspective can understand how this solves their problems, and the rest are strung along a continuum from the widest perspective to the narrowest. Those who function entirely for their own interests won't see the benefits of participation until it reaches them.

This is why those who would like to be the next superpower or emperor of the planet will continue to play power games, and why you won't be able to convince them to participate.

Our proposals are designed to take the widest issues and resolve them first. The Iraq War triggered a global genocide, and the proposal sets the stage for disputes to be resolved in an international court system rather than the battlefield.

Genocides occur on every level, and at this point, there is no accepted definition of the word, other than ethnic cleansing. Character defamation campaigns are genocides and there are family genocides, too. Many people can understand how difficult it is to deal with genocides on a cultural basis.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,