Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Our Proposal to North and South Korea

Your Excellency,

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government, and included in our first eight proposals is one for North and South Korea. We have offered you our proposal and opened it to debate, but before it can come about, everyone must understand that creating the international government is like building the foundation of a very large building, and the contingency for each is that the previous proposal is accepted.

Mankind is evolving, and overcoming one issue at a time. We understand that Kim Jong Un uses his missiles now to defend himself from any sign of aggression. The first issue relates to where true power comes from. Acts of revenge and aggression do not end conflicts. You can’t bring peace by going to war.

We ask that you—and North Korea—turn you attentions to our first proposal—An Exit Strategy for Iraq-- and join the debate on it and the topic of where true power comes from.

The international government will be based on the U.S. Constitution, so disputes between nations will be resolved in an international court rather than the battlefield, just as disputes between states. The monies now wasted on war will go to support the people. North Korea faces a continual humanitarian crisis from lack of food. By supporting this first step, North Korea can solve their own food shortages.

The executive summaries of all our proposals and associated projects and events can be found at

Your for peace,

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

For updates on our progress in creating the World Peace Plan, please go to