Sunday, February 21, 2016

Dear Jeb Bush: Power comes from assuming responsibilty

Would you please pass this on to Jeb Bush? It enables him to overcome this crisis of withdrawing from the campaign.

Governor Bush:

This moment in time must be a low point for you and your entire family, but it is in moments such as this that there is also great opportunity. Being president of the United States is a very powerful position, but power comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage that was done, not from carrying on the family tradition of becoming president of the United States.

The damage I refer to is foreign policy decisions that many US presidents have relied on to gain power and prestige in the world--regime change. It is a power game, and the problem is that there is always a backlash from the games. It just took time for it to hit, and so it seemed like a good plan. The games continued on until an innocent person was toppled. The issue of no WMD is what ended the game of regime change.

It was an act of revenge against Saddam Hussein, and revenge brings together five power games. This is not something new. The symbol for revenge is a five-pointed star, and if you remove the points of the star, you have a pentagon.

Our organization is working to create an international government based on fair and equitable practices, and our first focus is undo the damage that was done in Iraq by the act of revenge that brought in many people. We have a proposal that we have offered to President Obama, called "An Exit Strategy for Iraq." It allows the United States, and your father and brother, and Prime Minister Tony Blair, to gracefully extricate themselves from the conflict, an end to the conflict and everyone to be able to function on a higher level.

Our goal for this proposal is the creation of an international court system so that disputes between nations are resolved in court rather than the battlefield, and the monies now wasted on war will go to support the people instead.

If you are interested in helping on this, I ask that you contact President Obama.

If you are interested in knowing more about the plan, please go to our website at As of today, people in 83 nations support the plan for the international government, including many Muslims, and their names are listed on our website.

Karen Holmes,
The World Peace Organization for the One World Government