Saturday, March 26, 2016

Dear Presdent Obama, don't drop the flag!

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 83 nations support the plan for the international government.

In the past, I recommended that our government stand on the principles of the international government because to continue on with power games after the idea has been introduced and debated will backlash on us. I also advised that the solution to every crisis is to do what is in everyone's best interest. You cannot continue on playing power games of waging war. You will discover that the plan for the international government solves every problem we are facing as a planet.

In the news, it is becoming apparent that the US military is ramping up the conflict in Iraq, and you are sending in more troops. That will lead to a feud that won't end. You are dealing with a holy war concept and you can't win because any plan you come up with won't solve the problem. It is not your problem to solve.

In regards to the Radovan Karadzic genocide trial, by pointing fingers, it appears that our government is not willing to assume responsibility for ending the genocide that George W. Bush started with his preemptive strike. How can our government address the true definition of a genocide by upholding the false one? Genocides don't occur overnight. We are facing a global conflict that would have been so easy to stop by just standing on the principles of the international government, and standing up to defend Saddam Hussein--addressing the fact that there were no WMD found.

The US government does not have to participate in the creation of the international government. If we don't follow through on it, some other nation that values human rights more that we do will pick up the flag that our nation has dropped.