Tuesday, November 29, 2016

To the United Nations

I would like to offer a solution to the Middle East crisis, including the Palestinian crisis and the reunification of Cyprus.

First, the rationale for the plan:

The United Nations has assumed responsibility for resolving issues that seem to have no solution. Many of the crises have become a dilemma, with two apparent solutions and both are untenable.
The solution to every dilemma is to do what is in everyone’s best interest, but the UN Charter has five main flaws that make it impossible to do that.

1.       It does treat all nations fairly and equally. The five permanent members of the Security Council the power.
2.       A nation’s power is not based on inalienable rights, but on behavior. This leads nations to have to jump through the proverbial hoop to gain a sense of equality.
3.       A nation may not have a voice in matters of grave concern. The root cause of terrorism is that people “on the bottom” have no voice in matters of grave concern, and must raise their voices to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence.
4.       A nation has no recourse to change what is unfair. Attempts to reform the United Nations have failed.
5.       A nation does not have to be a signatory of the international courts, so disputes between nations are not resolved.

In his farewell speech, Kofi Annan declared that George W. Bush made the United Nations irrelevant. Even with all the great good the UN does, the United Nations has proven it cannot end or prevent wars.

The root cause of the crisis is the power games that nations play to gain power, prestige and strategic locations around the world. There are five main power games that governments play, and they are oppressive to the people. Your organization cannot police the world to make it end the games they are playing.

The plan:

A plan for an international government based on two proven principles—the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature—is being debated, and as of today, people in 85 nations support the plan. It has passed cultural review.

In regards to the United Nations, as it becomes increasingly evident to the general population of the planet that the United Nations cannot end or prevent wars, that to rely on it places mankind on the proverbial slippery slope, the plan for the international government will be rising to takes it place.

I ask that you and the member nations, support the creation of the international government, or at least not to resists its creation. The UN provides vital services throughout the entire planet, and those services must last until they are no longer needed. If it comes to the point where everyone associated with the UN comes to the understanding that whatever you do makes things worse, then I ask that you consider how the proposed international government can solve the problem.

Many of the world leaders are aware of the plan for the international government. President Obama and John Kerry are also aware of the plan, and because the plan is based on the US Constitution, they are better informed about how it will work than others. I ask that you speak to them about this for their perspectives.

Yours 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 http://www.worldpeaceplan.info